Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Story by Liz Kearney Photos by Hunter D’Antuono
SEG Federal Credit Union hosted Business After Hours, a Laurel Chamber of Commerce networking event Thursday, Aug. 18. The gracious hosts offered a spread that included shrimp and veggie trays.
Flowers were left on a fence at West School this week in honor of Patti Hagfeldt, a popular and passionate teacher who died unexpectedly Aug. 12. Mrs.
Laurel Police Reserve President Derek Hart, Vice Presidents Tammy Harpster and Paul Bickel and LPD Officer and Reserve Coordinator Jeremiah Johnson hope to grow Laurel’s police reserve force. They will be on hand at the force’s Open House on Aug. 25.
Story and photo  by CARLA HUTSON
Some of the folks invested in the ‘Save the Bell’ movement. With Myles Stricker going to college this fall, the momentum will be left to LHS students like Jonathan Gotschall and alumni who remember when the bell was in use. From the left are “Wade” Nolan Spalinger (Class of ’16), Myles Stricker (Class of ’16), Sharon Herman (Class of ’68), Art Armstrong (Class of ’69) and Jonathan Gotschall (Class of 2017).
Runners and walkers of all ages participated in the run.
Laurel Police Reserve President Derek Hart, Vice Presidents Tammy Harpster and Paul Bickel and LPD Officer and Reserve Coordinator Jeremiah Johnson hope to grow Laurel’s police reserve force. They will be on hand at the force’s Open House on Aug. 25.

Sports

Laurel football players practice hard during their second week of two-a-days. The team will go up against Livingston on Sept. 2 for their first game of the season.
By Carla Hutson Outlook staff writer
The Lady Locos are busy honing their skills in preparation for the upcoming season.
By Carla Hutson Outlook staff writer

Obituaries

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Donald K.