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April 28, 2000

Oasis sells materials for craft projects

John Sutton, Jean Mellott and Betty Wilson examine some of the craft materials for sale today and tomorrow at Oasis Senior Center.  The sale in the craft room (the last door on Kickapoo Street) will be open until 4 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to noon tomorrow.

Ann LaForge, craft chairman for Oasis, and Dean Baker, Oasis president, aren’t quite sure what this wooden item found at the craft materials sale was originally designed to do, but Baker decided he could find a use for it.


TOP STORIES
Brown's belts: 
A lesson 
in martial arts

[APRIL 28, 2000]  Scott Brown is a man with two black belts. He earned his first black belt as a Tae Kwon Do student and the other when he became a Logan County sheriff’s deputy six years ago. Brown is also a man who wears many hats. He is the owner, operator and master instructor, or Kwan Jang Nim in Korean, at Lincoln Tae Kwon Do, as well as a single father and a mentor to his students.

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MOVIE REVIEWS
"End of Days"
Starring: Arnold Schwartzenegger, Kevin Pollak, Gabriel Byrne, Rod Steiger, Robin Tunney
2 hours, 3 minutes
Rated R
1999
A Peter Hyams Film
Universal and Beacon Pictures
Written by Andrew W. Marlowe

[APRIL 28, 2000]  I love apocalyptic films.  Let me define apocalyptic for you:  the main feature is that it deals with the "end times."  There are two wholly American genres of apocalyptic films.  The first is the portrayal of the end times after a full-scale global nuclear war (à la "Roadwarrior" and "Terminator").  The second is the quasi-Christian portrayal of the coming of the anti-Christ and the destruction/salvation of mankind.  "End of Days" falls into this latter category.

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ORGANIZATIONS
Choirs hit the road; Bible Bowl teams 
hit the Book

[APRIL 28, 2000]  The junior high and senior high choirs of Lincoln Christian Church are hitting the road this summer to spread the Word of God through music. And to help raise money for their tour, the choirs are offering a pancake and sausage breakfast from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the Fellowship Center at Lincoln Christian Church, 204 N. McLean St. Tickets to the breakfast cost $3.50 for adults and $2.50 for students 12 and under.

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How We Stack Up
[APRIL 28, 2000]  This week's How We Stack Up compares the farm income per capita with surrounding counties. Check out how your county stacks up with the rest.

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ORGANIZATIONS
4-H 
contest results 
[APRIL 28, 2000]  Logan County 4-H recently held its annual Oral Communications Contest.  State Fair delegates selected included Kelly Dowling (Original Works), Lincoln; Emily Bakken (Illustrated Speech), Lincoln; Abrigail Sasse (Original Works), Beason; and Amanda Davison (Illustrated Speech), Beason. Selected as State Fair alternates were Andrew Fulton (Illustrated Speech), Lincoln; and Natalie Coers (Illustrated Speech), Emden. Emily Bakken was selected as the top oral communicator and received a plaque sponsored by Logan County 4-H Foundation. For more details, click here. 

OMBUDSMAN

Residents concerned about speeding on 
Wyatt Avenue

[APRIL 28, 2000]  Lincoln Daily News offers an ombudsman service for readers who report specific community complaints, concerns and problems. The most recent report came from Wyatt Avenue residents who said, in part, “The problem we have is that a lot of people drive very fast on this street. We have cars that will almost run over us as we attempt to slow down and enter our drive.” See our Ombudsman page today for a response, with input from the local police department.

 


     

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 –

- Second robbery suspect arrested

- Animal lover handles demanding job

- Anne Stoltzenburg named Coach of the Year

- Volunteers will issue parking citations