Students in Terry Inboden's third-grade class at Lincoln Grade School take time to release their painted lady butterflies. The butterfly larvae are supplied to every third grade class in Crawford County in conjunction with the 4-H Butterfly Education Program. Students are able to watch the stages of the butterfly life cycle unfold in their classrooms. (Submitted photo)
Two weekend accidents sent seven area residents to the hospital.
Fences and headstones were damaged Friday afternoon when a Lawrenceville man crashed his car into the west side of the Robinson New Cemetery near the Marathon refinery.
The Robinson Police Department recently made an addition to its force. The department bought a 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck to join its fleet of vehicles last month. Officers have already put the vehicle, which is also able to transport prisoners, to good use during that time.
Everyone got into the act for Robinson High School's boys' tennis team and the result was an easy win.
The Maroons used 10 different players to pick up seven wins, many of them in convincing fashion, on their way to a 7-0 win at Newton April 14.
"There are times in the past where we have played down to the competition, but we stayed focused tonight and played our game," RHS head coach Tom Buchanan said. "Newton is a very young team and we came out and played well."