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April 27, 2000

 

TOP STORIES

From State's Attorney Bill Workman

Second robbery 
suspect arrested

[APRIL 27, 2000]  Logan County State’s Attorney Bill Workman has announced that a second suspect has been arrested in the armed robbery of two Kroger employees that occurred on April 13, 1999, at the Logan County Bank, 809 Woodlawn Road in Lincoln.

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A DAY IN THE LIFE
Animal lover handles demanding job
[APRIL 27, 2000]  To say Sheila Farmer loves animals is an understatement. But it takes more than a fondness for four-legged creatures to fulfill the multi-faceted job of being Logan County Animal Control warden.

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SPORTS TALK
Anne Stoltzenburg named Coach of the Year

[APRIL 27, 2000]  Some coaches revel in the joy of coaching on the middle school level.  Others toil away mostly in obscurity.  Right about now Anne Stoltzenburg is probably thinking that it is all worthwhile.  She has just received one of the top awards from the Illinois Elementary School Association.  After chasing her down for the last few weeks, I was finally able to meet with her to bring you the news…

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LAW & COURTS
Volunteers will issue 
parking citations

[APRIL 27, 2000]  The Lincoln Police Department, along with the Center for Independent Living, conducted its first training session April 20 for volunteers who will issue citations for handicapped parking violations. The five volunteers trained will wear an identification name badge while issuing citations.

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Announcements –

- Oasis will sell material for
craft projects

- Concert at Lincoln College

- Baby-sitting clinic offered Saturday

- Volunteers needed to become long-term care ombudsmen  

- Spring Thyme Plant Faire
this weekend

 

Yesterday's news –

- Fourth in LDN’s “Let’s Eat” Series
Bienvenidos amigos

- Abby Gerdts to study acting at Juilliard

- Rules for bicycle riding

- A puzzle about schools

- Rural loan program awards State Bank