Record-breaking Lawrenceburg RB Austin Bowling breaks through the line for positive yardage for the Indiana South All-Stars in Friday's 21-14 loss to the North at Indy North Central. (LHS Athletics)

 

Austin Bowling

(LHS Athletics)

 

A noise complaint made about a Downtown Lawrenceburg business last Friday night, led to a discussion about possible changes to the city’s noise ordinance when council members met Monday, July 17.

Joe Awad/The Register: Tournament fishermen take to Tanners Creek Saturday, July 15.

Bass tournaments are a big deal in Lawrenceburg and Dearborn County these days, and David Schneider, who organizes them on Tanners Creek, is certain the city will continue to hook enthusiastic anglers from throughout the nation eager to drop their cash here.

When students return to Sunman Elementary School next month they will see a new principal roaming the halls and the offices.

The Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Board hired Pamela Chambers as Sunman’s next principal.

Do you and a team of your closest friends and/or co-workers have what it takes to pull Lawrenceburg Fire Department’s largest ladder truck?

South Ripley High School standout Megan Cole, 16, of Versailles, was the women's 5K Run champion in Saturday's Trojan Trot 5K SIRC-it event at St. Leon.

 

Hamilton Badin graduate Sam Krabacher, 18, headed for Ohio Northern University on a cross country and track scholarship this fall, won Saturday's 11th annual Trojan Trot 5K Run in a time of 17:24.

 

Record-breaking Lawrenceburg RB Austin Bowling breaks through the line for positive yardage for the Indiana South All-Stars in Friday's 21-14 loss to the North at Indy North Central. (LHS Athletics)
Joe Awad/The Register: Tournament fishermen take to Tanners Creek Saturday, July 15.
South Ripley High School standout Megan Cole, 16, of Versailles, was the women's 5K Run champion in Saturday's Trojan Trot 5K SIRC-it event at St. Leon.

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A noise complaint made about a Downtown Lawrenceburg business last Friday night, led to a discussion about possible changes to the city’s noise ordinance when council members met Monday, July 17.

Obituaries

Fredia F. (Shelton) Curlin, 82, Vevay, died Monday, July 17, 2017. Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, Vevay, is in charge of arrangements.