Looking for the

SCHOLARSHIP application?

Click here to 
contact LDN



Today's Top Stories
Sports Talk




A Day in the Life

Hearsay & Hairspray






Business & Ag

Organizations & Events

Good Neighbors

Honors & Awards


Law & Courts


The Arts

  Family Life

  Spiritual Life

  Health & Fitness

  Teaching & Learning



   Book Look

  Movies & Videos



Letters to the Editor

About LDN




the em space

Where They Stand

How We Stack Up

By the Numbers



Happy Ads

Classified Ads



LDN is best viewed with
Internet Explorer 5.0.










Hit Counter

                         posted daily aT NOON

September 25, 2000


A culinary delight

Businesswoman enjoys the basics of life: food, family, friends and fun

[MARCH 28, 2000]  In 1965, Joyce and Mel Kinzie and their two older children came to Lincoln. Because of Mel’s service in the U.S. Army and the corporate policy of the time that called for transferring management employees frequently, they had moved 13 times in 10 years. The "bustling little city" of Lincoln looked like a place to put down roots and stay. It was probably a good decision for the Kinzie family, and it was certainly a good decision for Lincoln.


[complete story]


A mission 
of mercy

The story of a local woman’s compassion for the Pokot people

[MARCH 28, 2000]  In 1997 Barb O’Donohue took a trip which changed her life. She traveled with Lincolnites Dr. Paul and Mary Boatman to the remote African village of Tapandany. While there she caught the vision begun by a 1993 graduate of Lincoln Christian Seminary, the Honorable Samuel L. Poghisio, a member of the Kenyan Parliament.


[complete story]


The joys of owning an older car

[MARCH 28, 2000]  How many miles does your car have on it? When was the last time you had it serviced? Grease and oil are probably as welcome for a car as birthday cake and ice cream for a person. This week’s "em space" celebrates the recent birthday of an older gray car.

[complete story]

Announcements --

- Chester-East Lincoln School honor rolls

- First aid and safety classes offered

- Bed and breakfast start-up workshop Thursday

- Sign up for PONY Baseball League by Saturday

- Tri-Police and Teen Court sponsor dance Saturday



Other news --

- "Merlin's Tour"

- Lincoln High School history

- Contest winners on display

- Bogus bomb brings big response from state and local law enforcement

- Agriculture looms large for Logan County

- For pet's sake

- Courtesy, kindness and charisma

- Wish list—new schools, new perspectives, new ideas