Winner Victor Lee (right), of Danville, Ky., was presented the $4,444.44 prize check by Lawrenceburg Fire Rescue's Bob Gompf after last year's fifth annual Merrill Downey Memorial run for Modifieds. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

 

Merrill Wayne Downey

(1956-2012)

 

EC senior Matt Kuebel connects for a base hit, something the baseball Trojans found hard to come back en route to their 11-15 finish this spring. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

East Central senior Jack Marro slides into third base safely with a triple in regular season action for the varsity baseball Trojans this spring. EC's lack of offense resulted in a fitful 11-15 season. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

Headed west on High Street in downtown Lawrenceburg, Men's Category 3 amateur cyclists string out midway through their 35-lap race in the third annual Whiskey City Twilight Challenge Friday night.

 

Indianapolis rider Lewis Henrickson of Team Upland Brewing burst free from a bunched peloton late to win Friday's Men's Category 3 35-lap criterium bicycle race in Lawrenceburg's third annual Whiskey City Twilight Challenge event, hosted by Cincinnati's Queen City Wheels club.

 

Lawrenceburg sophomore-to-be Juliana Kemper (left) isolates a New Palestine defender on the wing in last Friday's Trojan Shootout pool play round at East Central High School.

 

East Central's Logan Cox (5) posts up for an easy two in EC's Trojan Shootout first round pool play win over Dixie Heights (Ky.) last Friday at St. Leon. Lady Trojans won the varsity bracket with a 13-1 comeback finish over Jeffersonville Saturday.

 

 By Joe Awad/ The Journal-Press: Sheila Bernard, Verona, N.J., blasted into Lawrenceburg Tuesday, May 16, through Thursday, May 18, to shoot photographs of the Americana structure,

Photo by Sheila Bernard: Vicki Bruggee Dahlan said she is honored her building, 1/2 Price Fireworks, was selected by an award-winning photographer and world traveler to represent Indiana in a project that captures patriotism throughout the nation.

By Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: Tom Harris is supervising summer work for the last time as director of support services at the Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools. This is the next entrance to the middle school that will be completed by the time school starts

While most teachers are staying busy catching up with the latest in education and preparing for the next school year - away from the building - the maintenance staff is working hard on projects around the corporation.

Winner Victor Lee (right), of Danville, Ky., was presented the $4,444.44 prize check by Lawrenceburg Fire Rescue's Bob Gompf after last year's fifth annual Merrill Downey Memorial run for Modifieds. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)
EC senior Matt Kuebel connects for a base hit, something the baseball Trojans found hard to come back en route to their 11-15 finish this spring. (Sandy Mahoney)
Headed west on High Street in downtown Lawrenceburg, Men's Category 3 amateur cyclists string out midway through their 35-lap race in the third annual Whiskey City Twilight Challenge Friday night.
Lawrenceburg sophomore-to-be Juliana Kemper (left) isolates a New Palestine defender on the wing in last Friday's Trojan Shootout pool play round at East Central High School.
 By Joe Awad/ The Journal-Press: Sheila Bernard, Verona, N.J., blasted into Lawrenceburg Tuesday, May 16, through Thursday, May 18, to shoot photographs of the Americana structure,
By Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: Tom Harris is supervising summer work for the last time as director of support services at the Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools. This is the next entrance to the middle school that will be completed by the time school starts

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 By Joe Awad/ The Journal-Press: Sheila Bernard, Verona, N.J., blasted into Lawrenceburg Tuesday, May 16, through Thursday, May 18, to shoot photographs of the Americana structure,

Photo by Sheila Bernard: Vicki Bruggee Dahlan said she is honored her building, 1/2 Price Fireworks, was selected by an award-winning photographer and world traveler to represent Indiana in

Obituaries

Stephen Wayne Craven, 48, of Little Elm, Texas, passed away at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 22, 2017, at his residence.