posted daily aT NOON (CDT)
May 01, 2000
trees grow in Lincoln
thanks to high school
29, 2000] Hard
work and some generous contributions are making the city of Lincoln
a greener and pleasanter place.
Putting in the hard work are the 38 members of the National
Honor Society at Lincoln Community High School and their sponsors,
teachers Judy Dopp and Laura Horton, along with the science students
The various kinds of contributions are coming from many
Third graders at
Central School received white pine seedlings to plant in
observance of Arbor Day. The program, sponsored by the Logan County
Soil and Water Conservation District, teaches students how to
plant and care for trees.
DAY IN THE LIFE
shop a new venture
for Mt. Pulaski woman
29, 2000] Pam
Cooper is taking a break from being a farmer’s wife.
Now she’s sitting “On the Other Side of the Fence,” or
to be more precise, on the other side of the counter in her craft
shop of that name at 109 South Kickapoo St.
was just a housewife with two kids.
I did my civic duties by being in school activities and I
stayed home and raised both my sons. Now that my children are out of the house, this gives me
something to do.”
[APRIL 29, 2000] Law
and Courts lists the latest reports from the Lincoln
City Police Department and the Logan County Sheriff's Department.
All citizens listed in the police reports are innocent until proven
guilty by a court of law. The
Lincoln Daily News does not list the names or exact addresses of
individuals, unless convicted and over the age of 21. Listings
police reports, marriage licenses and dissolutions, and weekly court
here for more information]
thanks from the Prime Time Learning Center Students and the Lincoln
Public Library to all of you who volunteered your time.
Prime Time Learning Center is a service of the Lincoln
Public Library District. 732-5732
drive at Lincoln Christian College Tuesday
drive at Sports Complex Wednesday
belts: A lesson in martial arts
Movie review: "End
hit the road; Bible Bowl teams hit the Book
Comparative chart: Per
capita farm income
concerned about speeding on Wyatt Avenue