NEWS

Today's Top Stories

Sports News
Sports Talk

Athletes in Action

Out and About
Techline

Weather

 

 

PEOPLE

A Day in the Life

Milestones

Obituaries

Diaspora

 

COMMUNITY

Business & Ag

Organizations

Events

Good Neighbors

Honors & Awards

Ombudsman

Law & Courts

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Crosswords  - UPDATED!

Games

 

FEATURES 
 
The Arts

  Family Life

  Spiritual Life

  Health & Fitness

  Teaching & Learning

 

REVIEWS

   Book Look

  Movies & Videos

 

EDITORIAL

Letters to the Editor

About LDN

Corrections

 

COMMENTARY

Still Waters

the em space

Where They Stand

How We Stack Up

By the Numbers

 

ADVERTISEMENT

Happy Ads

Classified Ads
Quick Coupon Clip-Outs


Register your name among the many others with the LDN User Registration!

LDN is best viewed with
Internet Explorer 5.0.

 

Lincoln, IL

    posted daily aT NOON (CDT)

September 15, 2000

HOME AND FAMILY

Baby talk

Benefits of signing with your baby

[AUG. 29, 2000]  Teaching sign language to hearing babies as young as 7 months is a growing trend among new parents. Babies and parents can enjoy the excitement and extraordinary benefits of two-way communication long before the baby can speak. To teach your child to sign is to teach him a second language. As with all skills, time, patience, practice and encouragement are required for success.

[complete story]


ORGANIZATIONS
New vice president of academics
inaugurated at LCC/S convocation

[AUG. 29, 2000]
 
At the 57th annual convocation of Lincoln Christian College and Seminary convocation this morning, President Keith Ray pronounced Dr. Thomas M. Tanner the new vice president of academics. Dr. Tanner began serving in this position July 1.

[complete story]


the em space

Subject to change

[AUG. 29, 2000]  Weather conditions during the festival weekend in Lincoln didn't satisfy everyone all the time, but it's not the first occasion when plans were subject to change. In everyday life, announcements of schedules and prices sometimes mention specifically that they're subject to change without notice. We usually notice changes in weather without being notified, and current technology adds considerable information about weather changes that are likely to come our way. Where I grew up there was a saying to the effect that if you didn't like the weather, you should just wait 15 or 20 minutes and it would change.

[complete story]


ORGANIZATIONS

Looking for Lincoln meeting scheduled

[AUG. 29, 2000]  Looking for Lincoln in Lincoln will have a planning committee meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 30, at 7 p.m. at Union Planters Bank, 303 S. Kickapoo. Help shape your community; come to an LFL meeting planning today for Lincoln's future.

[announcement]


SPORTS NEWS

Clarks' flying feet win balloon fest 5K event

Runners beat the storm

[AUG 29, 2000]  Runners completed the Lincoln Park District's annual 5K run, The Sky's the Limit, on Saturday morning before the sky poured down rain. Stan and Laura Clark were the first male and female finishers.

[complete story]


Athletes in Action


HOME AND FAMILY

Animals for adoption

[click here for pictures and descriptions]


ORGANIZATIONS

Lincoln College seeks members for
community jazz group

[AUG. 29, 2000]  Area musicians who enjoy the sounds of jazz and big band music are asked to attend a meeting on Monday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. at Lincoln College. The purpose of this meeting is to see if there is any interest in forming a community jazz ensemble.

[announcement]


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Thanks for coverage of book sale

[letter]


Law & Courts

Lottery winning numbers

Quick Coupon Clip-Outs

Garage sales

New!  School lunch menus