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September 25, 2000
24, 2000] Much
of the “hoopla” that normally surrounds Earth Day seemed to be
missing this year. Kenny
Schwab, Logan County solid waste coordinator, said that falling the
Saturday before Easter would probably take away from the day.
There were still articles, ads and programs, but the way the
calendar worked out this year just made Earth Day a passing event.
The idea of focusing on good stewardship of our natural
resources is not lost, however.
24, 2000] The
Postville Courthouse State Historic Site on Fifth Street in Lincoln
has been closed for a major project that will rehabilitate all
portions of the reconstructed 1840’s building. “The
building is 50 years old. It
needs plumbing, wiring, a new furnace, a new roof and the
replacement of some doors and windows,” Richard Schachtsiek, site
manager of Postville and the Mount Pulaski Courthouse, told the Lincoln
are trying to get ahead of the situation before problems arise.”
history of Atlanta, Ill.
24, 2000] Over
the last three years there has been a resurgence of local history
publishing in Logan County. The
latest addition to this body of local authorship comes from Logan
County natives Norma Price Adams and her brother Paul A. Adams.
“Twelve Momentous Years In The Other Atlanta, 1853 – 1865” is
a well-researched and beautifully illustrated book on the founding
and early history of this rural farming community.
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24, 2000] Lincoln
Daily News is about to celebrate its three-month birthday,
and we want our readers to join the party.
You see, an online newspaper offers wonderful opportunities
for interaction. So get ready to join the fun and start interacting
with our community’s daily online newspaper.
“Relay for Life”
24, 2000] Many
community members joined together recently to raise money and
awareness for cancer research. Today's By the Numbers offers a
glance at the many people who participated in the effort.
Police Reports, received from both the Lincoln City Police and the
Logan County Sheriff's Department, include arrests and allegations
of criminal activities. Please note that all citizens are innocent
until proven guilty. Weekly Court Reports cover legal matters
decided in the court of law.
here to view Law & Courts]
Seniors group meets Tuesday
Blood donor update
for summer teen volunteers
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