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                         posted daily aT NOON

September 25, 2000




Election 2000

Huyett, Fricke, county board incumbents get the vote

[MARCH 22, 2000]  In yesterday’s primary election in Logan County, the incumbent lost his bid for another term as state’s attorney, while the five incumbent county board members in the race kept their seats. In addition, a referendum asking for a quarter-of-a-cent tax to support senior citizens’ groups won by a sizable margin.


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ALMH plans open house for new additions

[MARCH 22, 2000]  Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital (ALMH) will celebrate the completion of the first part of its ALMH 2000 building and renovation project with a community-wide open house on Sunday, March 26, from 2 to 4 p.m.

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Ready for the real world

Lincoln Rotary seeking to recognize working youth

[MARCH 22, 2000]  Logan County youth who have started their own businesses, or who achieve above and beyond what their employers expect, are now eligible to compete for a new award recognizing their hard work. The "Ready for the Real World Award" has been initiated by the Lincoln Rotary Club to encourage more young people to demonstrate high work ethics or to use their creativity to seek out new business opportunities. There is a $250 cash award to accompany recognition by the Lincoln Rotary Club.


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Announcements --

- Last call for museum exhibit in Mason City

- American Red Cross classes offered

- PONY Baseball League sign-ups continue through April 1

- National Honor Society seeks donations for Plant-A-Tree Project

- Community Concerts presents Nashville Bluegrass Band Thursday


Other news --

- Area health care providers still serving troubled company's clients

- Get well, live well, be well

- Up, in the middle and down

- One old, one new

- MKS is A-OK

- Guide to the great outdoors

- Stacking up women-owned firms