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September 25, 2000
Day Different for Firefighter
Mark Miller has “the best job on the planet”
26, 2000] For
most of us, it sometimes seems like we live at our
workplace. We may even feel like we eat, sleep and breathe
our jobs. However, when 5 o’clock rolls around, we jump
in our vehicles and head home. But for Fire Inspector Mark
Miller and his colleagues, the day doesn’t end after an
eight-hour shift. They still have 16 more hours to go.
An Itemized List
29, 2000] Have
you seen too much trash on the ground lately? One staff writer did. Here's what
temperature went up, the snow piles went down, the sun came out and what a mess
in sight: trash. Suddenly
the careless discards of recent weeks lay exposed on the ground. Whether dropped
on the spot or windblown from who knows where, they became the most noticeable
items on streets no longer covered with snow. Read
the em space to find out exactly what she
found littering one short block.
29, 2000] Every
fourth year we have a leap year. Today is that special day. Take a look inside
at By the Numbers. Check out the important leap day dates. Where did this
"extra day" come from? What happened historically on this day? Find
Sale Times Announced for March 1 Regional Game
Add to LJHS Summer Band Camp Scholarship Fund
LCHS Honor Rolls Posted
Tree Sale Underway
Pulaski Hosts Fundraiser for Visitors Center
Radio, Semi Trailer Taken
time between February 11 and February 13, 2000, unknown person(s)
forced entry to a 1999 Freightliner semi tractor while it was
parked in a lot between the Wendy’s restaurant and the Burwell
Travel Plaza on Woodlawn Road.
The unknown person(s) broke a window and took a television
and citizen band radio. The
semi tractor was moved and the trailer the tractor was attached to
was taken. The
semi-trailer was loaded with washing compounds.
The semi-trailer was a 1992 box trailer, silver in color
with Heartland Express on the side.
Unit number 6151, the trailer had Iowa license plates on
Anyone with information concerning
this incident or any other crime in the Lincoln/ Logan County area
is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 217-732-3000.
Your information will be kept confidential and you may
remain anonymous if you information leads to the arrest of the
person or person(s) involved. Crime Stoppers will pay you a cash reward up to $1500.00.
Crime Stoppers has an answering machine to answer your
call. This is to
protect you if you wish to remain anonymous since your call cannot
be traced with the machine. You
need to let us know how you can be contacted about the incident or
you must watch to see if the subject has been arrested.
This is so we can make a pay out.