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September 25, 2000

 

 

ORGANIZATIONS

Lincoln area 
YMCA events

[APRIL 5, 2000]  The Lincoln area YMCA has tickets and auction catalogues available for their fourth annual Charter Dinner with a silent and live auction to be held Saturday, April 15, at the Maple Club. Also, the YMCA has scheduled School's Out Fun Days Friday, April 14, through Monday, April 24, at the Lincoln Park District Sports Complex. 

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ORGANIZATIONS

Urinary incontinence treatment program offered
at ALMH

[APRIL 5, 2000]  Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospitalís (ALMH) Rehabilitation Department now offers treatment to individuals suffering from urinary incontinence.

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HOW WE STACK UP

Police beat

[APRIL 5, 2000]  So, what is the crime rate in Logan County? Itís a question you may have pondered but been too afraid to ask. In todayís How We Stack Up we will take a look at how Logan County compares to counties in Illinois of similar size and composition. Charts will stack up on issues of murder, robbery, arson, assault, burglary, motor vehicle, and theft offenses. The information was gleaned from the 1999 Illinois Statistical Abstract. All results are compiled for the year 1998.

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New and improved

[APRIL 5, 2000]  Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home recently added 3,000 square feet to their existing funeral home at 127 S. Logan in Lincoln. On Sunday, April 9, they will hold an open house from 1 to 3 p.m. to showcase the expanded and remodeled facilities. Log on to Lincoln Daily News.com tomorrow for a complete story on the new facility.

 


 

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Announcements --

- Music contest results for West Lincoln-Broadwell students 

- Blood Drive at Sports Complex Wednesday

- Blood Drive in Atlanta Thursday

- Hospital Auxiliary book fair Friday

- Lincoln Area Music Society concerts

- MS fundraising walk Sunday

 

Yesterday's news --

- From rural New Holland to Sapporo, Japan

- Government counting and accounting

- Student photography exhibit opens at Lincoln College