Laurel High team wins Envirothon
The Green Giants team from Laurel High School had the top score at this year’s Lawrence County Envirothon. The students were among six teams from Wilmington and Laurel high schools who competed in the May 7 event at Cascade Park.
Photo Gallery, Story: Laurel senior county’s new dairy princess
The two candidates cross their fingers and the crowd goes silent, awaiting the verdict. And the 2013-2014 Lawrence County Dairy Princess is — Rhonda Mitcheltree!
Rockin’ Recess: Laurel youngsters earn a morning of music, health education
Hands clapping. Arms waving. Crowd chanting. That was the scene at Laurel Elementary School yesterday morning. Laurel beat out four other school districts in the UPMC For Kids and Radio Disney-sponsored “Attendance Counts” competition.
WPIAL Baseball Playoffs: Beaver pitcher shuts down Laurel bats
Once again, Austin was awesome for the Beaver High baseball team. This time, it was Austin Logan who pitched a gem and led the Bobcats past Laurel, 6-0, in a WPIAL Class AA quarterfinal clash at historic Pullman Park.
Laurel students salute fallen officer
Nearly 700 Laurel students joined community members to line Route 108 as William McCarthy headed to his final resting place.
Laurel not anticipating tax hike
The Laurel School Board has introduced a $17.4 million budget that requires no tax increase. The $17,488,091 spending plan for the 2013-14 school year is $947,945 higher than the current year’s budget.
Laurel names principal
The Laurel School Board named Daniel Svirbly as junior/senior high school principal. His appointment begins with the 2013-14 school year. He will receive a salary of $90,000.
High School Baseball: Ritchie propels Laurel into WPIAL playoffs
Brandon Ritchie proved to be Neshannock’s worst nightmare yesterday. Whether Ritchie was coming at them from the mound or at the plate, there simply was no escaping it for the Lancers.
Children’s author tells Laurel kindergartners to ‘believe in yourself’
Students at Laurel Elementary School had been preparing for a visit from Charles R. Smith Jr. for weeks. Tuesday afternoon they watched in the school’s music room as the young author’s stories came to life.
Laurel awards window contract
The Laurel School Board awarded a contract to a Pittsburgh firm to replace windows at the junior/senior high school. Gurtner Construction submitted a bid of $439,800. The district did not receive any other bids.
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