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HAVE AN AWESOME EASTER, READERS!

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Here, have some flowers.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, APRIL-MAY 2014!

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The new issue of Disclosure—April-May 2014—is now on stands in all locations, and, as usual, it’s moving fast. Why? Content.

Township funds missing

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LAWRENCE CO.—Missing funds from a local township have resulted in an investigation that is set to expand into the federal realm.

State’s attorney recovering from heart surgery

Lawrence County State’s Attorney Chris Quick underwent double bypass surgery on April 8; he’s expected to be back in the courtroom in May.

LAWRENCE CO.—Lawrence County’s prosecutor has undergone successful open-heart surgery and as of April 11, is at home recovering.

Lawrenceville artist killed in head-on collision on U.S. 50

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LAWRENCE CO.—Residents of Lawrence and surrounding counties were stunned to learn on Wednesday, April 2, of the death of a prominent local artist in a car crash on U.S. Route 50 north of Lawrenceville.

The Compound Fitness: New MMA training facility in Lawrence County welcomes all fighters

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A young Lawrence County man has turned a propensity to “fight” as a youngster into a profession few can attain.

Lawrenceville man charged with threatening to cut witness’ throat

LAWRENCE CO.— A Lawrenceville man has been charged with Aggravated Battery and Harassment of Witness.

Class A liquor license ordinance approved at Bridgeport April meeting

BRIDGEPORT— Casey’s General Store in Bridgeport will soon be selling beer, wine, liquor, and sub sandwiches after the Bridgeport City Council unanimously passed Ordinance 626 at a regular council meeting April 8.

Nightly NewsCap: A busy news day in the area, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: More gunplay in Carbondale, with one person reportedly injured and another incident in another part of town totally overlooked by mainstream media; White County authorities are still searching for a man who ran from a traffic stop in Crossville; and the lockdown situation as it unfolded in Lawrenceville today.

SCHOOL THREAT IN LAWRENCE MAY HAVE BEEN INSPIRED BY KID WITH PRIOR RECORD OF DOING SAME

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This kid, we’ve confirmed with Lawrenceville law enforcement, is currently in lockup in Franklin County Juvenile Detention, so it’s not him…but his actions may have prompted a couple of ne’er-do-wells to follow the errant activity, thus causing yet another lockdown.

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