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Lincoln, IL

    posted daily aT NOON (CDT)

September 26, 2000

TOP STORIES

Healthy Communities commended for
working together

[JULY 1, 2000]  At the semiannual update meeting of the Healthy Communities Partnership (HCP) on Thursday, Lincoln and Logan County organizations got a pat on the back for their ability to work together to solve problems.

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Beason, a peaceful community, set apart from the sprawling metropolises, reserved for folks who want a quieter afternoon. Recently, though, construction noise has broken the stillness as work began last week on the erection of a new grain bin at East Lincoln Farmers Grain Company Beason Elevator.

A crew of about a dozen started in on the construction. In just a few days, they finished the foundation and the roof for the bin. In the construction of the walls of the bin, the roof will be hoisted off the foundation and rings of metal walling will be added. Brad Schuette, location manager at the Beason elevator, said that the erection is scheduled to take two to three weeks. When complete, the bin will be 70 feet tall, 90 feet in diameter, and hold 416,000 bushels.

 

 

The bin will be the largest bin to date at the Beason Elevator. Smaller bins already at the facility hold 250,000, and larger bins hold 275,000 bushels.

The bin will be used to store soy beans. Storage area for beans at the site previously ran short, prompting the need for the new bin. Thinking of one for the backyard? The total cost for materials and construction: $500,000.



A perfect summer day, sunny skies, warm weather and swimming Lap swimmers enjoy their daily routine at the Lincoln Recreation Center.


BUSINESS & AG NEWS

A new florist opens its doors
Full-service florist, ready to serve you

[JULY 1, 2000]  Perhaps you  haven't noticed  yet, but Lincoln has a new floral shop. Creative Designs and Weddings quietly appeared just next to Lincoln Vacuum Sales and Service at 616 Keokuk.  They have just moved  there from their previous location at 125 N. SangamonThe business was started on March 6 by owners Marsha Miller and Stephen Elkins. The new location offers a busier location  with the Keokuk traffic and the vacuum cleaner store next door.  

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LAW & COURTS
Court reports
[JULY 1, 2000]  Today the Law and Courts page includes a new set of weekly court reports, marriage licenses and dissolutions.  The page also includes 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 the individuals unless convicted and over the age of 21. 

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CLASSIFIEDS
Garage sales listed

[JULY 1, 2000]  Garage Sale Central is our nominee for best deal of the year.  Having a garage sale?  Advertise it FREE on LDN’s Garage Sale Central.  Planning to go garage sale shopping?  Check out the convenient listing of Logan County garage sale on LDN’s Garage Sale Central.  What a deal!  Free advertising for your garage sale. Convenient online listing of local garage sales.  Ain’t life great?

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Previous Poll Topic: The Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (PTELL) was instituted in Logan County in the fall of 1996. Currently, do you feel we should:
Keep the tax cap 42.5% - (23 Votes)
Remove the tax cap 37% - (20 Votes)
Add another tax cap, (the more the merrier) 18.5% - (10 Votes)
Worry about it later 1.8% - (1 Votes)

Total Votes: 54