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Bill Lackey

Bill Lackey has always enjoyed photography and writing, so photojournalism seemed like a great way to combine both for him. He was born and raised in Dayton where he graduated from Northridge High School. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University.

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Urbana University almost closed.
Dr. Christopher Washington, president of Urbana University, pauses outside the new Urbana Univsersity Welcome Center as he talks about the improvements that school has undergone in the past year. Bill Lackey/Staff

Posted: 10 days ago

Dr. Christopher Washington, president of Urbana University, pauses outside the new Urbana Univsersity Welcome Center as he talks about the improvements that school has undergone in the past year. Bill Lackey/Staff
Littleton
The City of Springfield is proposing to sell its interest in the Littletonand Rue Funeral Home property to the funeral home operator. Bill Lackey/Staff

Posted: 23 days ago

The City of Springfield is proposing to sell its interest in the Littletonand Rue Funeral Home property to the funeral home operator. Bill Lackey/Staff
The annual Welding Rodeo is coming to the SCCTC
Three welding students at the Springfield/Clark County CTC work on a sculpture of a giant chicken Friday for the 4th Annual Welding Rodeo competition for juniors and seniors in the welding program at the CTC. The students work in groups to create a metal sculpture and then it's auctioned off for charity. Bill Lackey/Staff

8:06 PM Thursday, Apr. 19, 2018

Three welding students at the Springfield/Clark County CTC work on a sculpture of a giant chicken Friday for the 4th Annual Welding Rodeo competition for juniors and seniors in the welding program at the CTC. The students work in groups to create a metal sculpture and then it's auctioned off for charity. Bill Lackey/Staff
Monroe Street Industrial Complex In The News
The Hursh Container building at the intersection of Monroe Street and Linden Avenue was demolished Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The area, once a thriving industrial complex, had fallen into disrepair and was last in the news in January of 2015 when the Tri-State Pallet company, located next to  Hursh, was destroyed in a five alarm fire.

9:39 PM Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2018

The Hursh Container building at the intersection of Monroe Street and Linden Avenue was demolished Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The area, once a thriving industrial complex, had fallen into disrepair and was last in the news in January of 2015 when the Tri-State Pallet company, located next to Hursh, was destroyed in a five alarm fire.