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  • Bill Raines

Lawrence County Zephyr Celebrates One Year

LAWRENCE COUNTY - NOVEMBER 15, 2022 - The Lawrence County Zephyr celebrated one year of providing news coverage to Lawrence County, Indiana.


In the first year, the Lawrence County Zephyr published over 3,000 news stories.


Here is our year in review as Lawrence County Zephyr celebrates one year of news coverage.


Be sure to go to the Lawrence County Zephyr Facebook page and tell us how we did for the year.



Williams, Indiana


Indian Creek Volunteer Fire Department makes a rescue on Salt Creek in 2022


Mitchell gets a new Mayor


Greg Day will be Lawrence County's new Sheriff in 2023




Indiana Supreme Court comes to Mitchell, Indiana


Bedford Police Department to get a new station by the fall of 2023


Men's Warming Shelter finds a new home


A long budget process for the Lawrence County Council in 2022


Mitchell Police Officers celebrate at the Terry Cole Field with a new turf field


Retailers find their way to Bedford


Lack of ambulance coverage in Lawrence County has over 45 minute response times for emergencies


Lawrence County Health Department gets slashed amid a pandemic and when the health of Lawrence County residents health concerns is increasing



Playful Pathways Open House


Lincoln Principal Brad Webb kisses a pig


Bedford City Hall returns to brick


75th Mitchell Persimmon Festival


St. Vincent Dunn Hospital will be closing in December 2022


BNL Unified Track are champs


Mitchell Bluejackets first game on the new turf


Sentencing hearing of Oolitic accident victims shows forgiveness


Popcorn Christian Church Sheep Roast and Celebrates 150 years


Bedford Fire Department responds to Chase Bank


These are just some of the 3,000 news stories the Lawrence County Zephyr covered over the last year.


Anyone wishing to support local journalism donations are being excepted by mailing them to Post Office Box 1333 Bedford, Indiana 47421. Thank you for one year of service.






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