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Lincoln, IL

    posted daily aT NOON (CDT)

September 26, 2000

TOP STORIES

Alderman Stephan Mesner announces his candidacy
for mayor of Lincoln

[JULY 10, 2000]  In a press release received Friday by the Lincoln Daily News, Alderman Stephan Mesner announced his intended run for the mayoral position in Lincoln. His statement appears on the Top Stories page.

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BUSINESS & AG NEWS
Crops
progress in
Logan County

[JULY 10, 2000]  The growing season of the year 2000 has been typical of the last 20 years or so – widely varied moisture and temperature has been the norm. What started out as a dry and warm spring quickly turned to a dry and cool spring. Then came heat, and finally moisture. Then moisture really came – so much moisture that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has officially cancelled the drought watch and associated predictions for Illinois.

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Click here to check out Athletes in Action!


A DAY IN THE LIFE...
Part 2

Music is part of life
in the Hannah home

[JULY 10, 2000]  Last week, the first section of this article said that Helen Hannah has been interested in music "from the time I can remember." Duncan Hannah, her husband of 50 years, discovered his talent for woodworking, and in particular for making stringed instruments, after he married Helen. Most of the several dozen musical instruments Duncan has made "from scratch" are violins, but he has also made violas and dulcimers and is working on a cello. Repair work also keeps him busy, particularly for the Lincoln school districts. 

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SPORTS NEWS
New coach for Lincoln College Lady Lynx softball

 

[JULY 10, 2000]  Lincoln College has announced that Jennifer Ciaccio has taken the position of head coach for the Lady Lynx softball program.

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ORGANIZATIONS
Computer volunteers needed at
Bartmann Health Care Center

[JULY 10, 2000]  If you know how to turn on a computer and use a mouse, you have skills that you can share with residents at Bartmann Health Care Center.

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LAW & COURTS
Police reports
[JULY 10, 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 include weekly court reports, marriage licenses and dissolutions.


Announcements –  

- Lincoln Community Theatre presentations of "The Seven Year Itch" continue Tuesday

Saturday's news –

- Exploring Peoria (Part 2)

- Logan County Bank hosts
ag insights breakfast

- Congratulations to Bartmann’s Employee of
the Month

- Union members at the Logan County Health Department will stage an informational picket