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September 25, 2000

 

 

TOP STORIES

Building projects expand Lincoln College campus

[APRIL 7, 2000]  Lincoln College has begun a three-step building project that will bring the campus a new dormitory, a new classroom and office building, and an addition to the present Johnston Center, headquarters for the performing arts.  Construction has started at all three sites.

 

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MOVIE REVIEWS

“Chill Factor”

Starring: Cuba Gooding Jr., Skeet Ulrich, Peter Firth

[APRIL 7, 2000]  If you miss the first seven minutes of this movie, you won’t understand the plot, the characters won’t make sense and you won’t have as good a time! “Chill Factor” is a roller coaster, and you can get in the car if you want to.

 

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

World Health Day
American Red Cross needs 
blood donors regularly

[APRIL 7, 2000]  Today is World Health Day. The objective of World Health Day is to raise global awareness of a specific health theme and to highlight a priority area of concern for the World Health Organization. The priority area of World Health Day 2000 is blood safety, and the theme is “Safe Blood Starts With Me – Safe Blood Saves Lives.”

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Severe weather expected

[APRIL 7, 2000]  Watch for severe weather to arrive between noon and 2 p.m. today. Reports call for possible thunderstorms throughout Central Illinois. Thunderstorms are accompanied typically by high winds and hail. Weather conditions may yield potential tornado activity. Severe weather is expected southeast of I-55 around 2 p.m., moving toward the Indiana border by 7 p.m.

 


     

Announcements --

- Hospital Auxiliary book fair Friday

- LAMS chorale and orchestra concerts

- Sunday breakfast to benefit Junior Legion Baseball

- MS fundraising walk Sunday

 

Yesterday's news --

- Philosophy lays foundation for funeral home renovation

- Coach reflects on the past; offers insight

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