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Two Lawrence County elementary schools celebrated Constitution Week with parades on their campuses last week. Speake Elementary students marched on Thursday, Sept. 17, and Moulton Elementary students followed suit at their own campus on Friday.

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United Way of Lawrence County is holding its annual Day of Caring on Saturday, Oct. 3, but like so many other organizations and gatherings, the event is not untouched by COVID-19.

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Alabama’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in August was 5.6%, down from 7.9% in July as the state continues a decline from the COVID-caused April spike to nearly 14%.

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“I like driving, it’s just enjoyable to me”, said Johnny Riggs who won two awards at the Alabama Statewide Bus and Paratransit Roadeo recently. He placed third overall in the small bus division and won the Closest to the Cone cash prize at the event.

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There are some instruments that are too large to handle easily. The piano was usually a stationary instrument until the electronic keyboard came along. Drums and other large instruments took time to set up and the big bass had to be handled carefully so as not to damage an expensive piece of…

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The Cattleman’s Rodeo that usually takes place in early June will now take place this Friday and Saturday starting at 8 p.m.

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One inmate and five workers in the Lawrence, Morgan and Limestone county jails have tested positive for COVID-19 since March, officials said, and they credited tight restrictions and adherence to state health guidelines for avoiding higher infection rates.

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The Lawrence County School System is projected to continue the positive budget trends the system has seen in the past two years, reporting an estimated surplus of $6.1 million in its general fund at the end of fiscal 2021 despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A new boat launch was recently installed at Moulton City Lake to accommodate fisherman following the closure of a former access point at the city’s water treatment facility.

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Projects are moving forward for several Lawrence County industries and businesses, which could mean more job opportunities in the area, according to Industrial Development Board President and CEO Tabitha Pace.

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The last day to respond to the 2020 Census is just over two weeks away. With billions of dollars in federal funding and at least one congressional seat at stake, state and local leaders continue to push for a boost in census responses by the Sept. 30 deadline.

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The Lawrence County Revenue office inside the county’s Judicial and Administrative Center is temporarily closed after precautions are being taken due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Revenue Commissioner Brad Henderson announced on social media Tuesday.

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Alabama residents have just a few weeks to complete the 2020 Census with a Sept. 30 deadline fast approaching.  

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Moulton Mayor Roger Weatherwax and Lawrence County Schools Superintendent Jon Bret Smith prepared for their involvement in this year’s annual Constitution Week as they met with the Stephens Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Tuesday.

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Those who delight in seeing new additions to the Moulton Lions Club Mural on Court Street were likely thrilled to see the community project’s latest addition last week.

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Lawrence County's new Emergency Management Agency director plans to emphasize the importance of volunteer fire departments and use the latest technology to ensure residents are prepared for inclement weather and other emergencies.

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Alabama’s Safer at Home order, including the statewide mask mandate, has been extended until Oct. 2, Gov. Kay Ivey announced in a press conference on Thursday.