Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Lawrenceburg grant proposal writer Judy McAdams has scored a million bucks for the city in less than two years. On the wall is a whiteboard on which she keeps track of her efforts and progress.
Nearly two years and more than a million dollars later, it appears Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun punched the right ticket when he insisted after he took office in January 2016 the city needed a grant proposal writer.
Garden club member Margaret Drury shares a moment with the first-place award-winning residential entry family. From left: Drury, Corinne Hollander, 6, Emily Hollander, William Hollander, 8, and neighbor Lillian Kuhlman, 9.
If you like what you’re seeing of the Fall in Love With Aurora decorations now, just wait till next year when the whole city is involved in the competition.
Submitted photo October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Morgan Tedesco, a Safe Passage Prevention and Youth Services coordinator and South Dearborn graduate, hung the DV banner at the tunnel entrance at Walnut Street in Lawrenceburg.
Domestic Violence is an alarming and pervasive problem in our country, and not just in metro areas, but small rural communities too.
South Dearborn QB Adam Dixon (7) runs out of bounds after scrambling for positive yardage in Friday's 22-21 Class 3A sectional win at Aurora.
  SD’s Dalton Guthrie (18) straight-arms a Scottsburg defender for extra yardage in the Knights’ 22-21 last-minute thriller for a 22-21 Class 4A sectional playoff win Friday.  
Tigers’ Hunter Privett (43) kneels in the end zone after scoring the Tigers’ go-ahead touchdown in the second half of Friday’s 33-14 sectional win over Brownstown. (Rachel Acasio)
  Lawrenceburg’s Gavin Yoon (3) hauls in a 39-yard pass to set up the Tigers’ goahead touchdown in the second half of Friday’s 33-14 Class 3A Sectional 31 victory. (Rachel Acasio)  
Nathan Lloyd (36) grabs one of 3 East Central interceptions in Friday’s 48-6 4A sectional win at Edgewood. (Sandy Mahoney)
  East Central nose tackle Keegan Gindling (50) makes the stop on Edgewood QB Schuyler Curtis (8) as a Mustang rival gets upended in Friday’s 48-6 Class 4A sectional road win. (Sandy Mahoney)  
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Lawrenceburg grant proposal writer Judy McAdams has scored a million bucks for the city in less than two years. On the wall is a whiteboard on which she keeps track of her efforts and progress.
Garden club member Margaret Drury shares a moment with the first-place award-winning residential entry family. From left: Drury, Corinne Hollander, 6, Emily Hollander, William Hollander, 8, and neighbor Lillian Kuhlman, 9.
Submitted photo October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Morgan Tedesco, a Safe Passage Prevention and Youth Services coordinator and South Dearborn graduate, hung the DV banner at the tunnel entrance at Walnut Street in Lawrenceburg.
South Dearborn QB Adam Dixon (7) runs out of bounds after scrambling for positive yardage in Friday's 22-21 Class 3A sectional win at Aurora.
Tigers’ Hunter Privett (43) kneels in the end zone after scoring the Tigers’ go-ahead touchdown in the second half of Friday’s 33-14 sectional win over Brownstown. (Rachel Acasio)
Nathan Lloyd (36) grabs one of 3 East Central interceptions in Friday’s 48-6 4A sectional win at Edgewood. (Sandy Mahoney)

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Joe Awad/The Journal-Press Lawrenceburg grant proposal writer Judy McAdams has scored a million bucks for the city in less than two years. On the wall is a whiteboard on which she keeps track of her efforts and progress.

Nearly two years and more than a million dollars later, it appears Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun punched the right ticket when he insisted after he took office in January 2016 the city needed a

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Madie Jean Weatherbee Phillips, 99, Deputy, Ind., died Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre, Hanover, is in charge of arrangements.