Lincoln Daily News.com
601 Keokuk Street
Lincoln, IL 62656
Lincoln Daily News publishes daily news about the Lincoln/Logan County area on
the Internet at www.lincolndailynews.com.
(We are not a print publication). All subscriptions are free!
The mission of Lincoln Daily News is to tell the stories of Logan County in a contemporaneous manner, with lively writing and a predilection for simple truth fairly told.
Lincoln Daily News seeks a relationship with the good people of Logan County that is honest,
neighborly and never patronizing.
Lincoln Daily News presents news within a full context that contributes to understanding.
Lincoln Daily News is more interested in the marketplace of ideas than the competition of personalities. Without shrinking from the bold delivery of unvarnished fact,
Lincoln Daily News operates from the premise that God's creatures deserve the presumption of right motive.
Lincoln Daily News eschews malice and cynicism; it approaches every person with dignity and every subject with equanimity. In short,
Lincoln Daily News informs, stimulates and entertains.
The articles published in
Lincoln Daily News are the result of
research and interviews. Any opinions expressed are those of
Please contact us by phone, fax, mail or e-mail with any
information about mistakes, typos or erroneous information.
If the error is in an item which is still in the paper, we will
correct it online immediately. All corrections will be shown
on the "Corrections" page.
Lincoln Daily News provides daily news, sports, features and commentary on Lincoln, Logan County, and the surrounding area.
To promote local businesses, we offer display advertisements at very
reasonable rates, and links to business websites.
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Copy Editor and Writer: Mary Krallmann
Resident Clicks on to Lincoln Daily News
more or less grew up in Lincoln. Been down here in Florida almost
16 years; still miss being up there. Since my daughter-in-law
e-mailed the address, I click on to daily news about three times a
week. I really enjoy reading the happenings. Keep up the good
work. I would like to see what high school basketball is doing
this year. Thank you for the write-ups and Lincoln Daily News.
from Washington-Monroe School
We would like to
extend our thanks to several people who made our recent "Jump
Rope for Heart" event at Washington-Monroe Elementary School
such a success. First and foremost are the jumpers, the students
who collected pledges for the American Heart Association and
jumped nearly non-stop at the event. Second, we thank our parent
volunteers: Bev Wunderlin, Joni Hundreiser and Amy Gordon who
helped with check-in, counting money, and even jumped a few times!
Other volunteer "rope-twirlers" were our principal,
Becky Cecil, and Washington-Monroe alum Gregg Alexander who spoke
to the students about goal-setting and keeping a healthy heart.
Next, our school families and the community are thanked for the
very generous contributions that we received.
This year's event,
the third for Washington-Monroe, raised over $1200 for the
American Heart Association, surpassing our goal of $1000. We are
very proud of the effort put forth by our students.
We also must thank
the folks at Lincoln Daily News (.com). The students were
so excited to see the media at their event and to know that they
were contributing to a newsworthy cause. The following school day,
students accessed lincolndailynews.com via individual
computers in our computer lab. Seeing the pride on their faces, to
not only read about something they had done, but to also see
pictures, was indescribable! How incredibly appropriate that it
happened during District #27's week of focusing on the character
trait "Self - Esteem." Again, thank you to Natalie
Jeckel, Sam Redding, and the others at lincolndailynews.com for
letting the students at Washington-Monroe feel so important, and
for letting those in the community know about one POSITIVE event
that has happened at a local school. There are great things
happening every day within all our schools. We're thrilled someone
in the media took the time to notice.
Thanks to all,
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