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September 25, 2000
Save Our Schools Committee seeks enforcement
from "preservation police"
29, 2000] The
Save Our Schools Committee, a group of Lincoln residents dedicated to preserving
Central Elementary and Lincoln Junior High Schools, met Tuesday evening to
explore ways to continue efforts to prevent the buildings from being demolished.
Earlier this month the District 27 School Board approved replacing both schools
with new facilities.
Breath of life
close look at the reality of organ donation
can’t help it, it just happens—I breathe. In and out, in and out, it’s as
simple as that. I never thought about it much, actually not at all, until I met
George Welker. At 31, George enjoys
what most would call a good life. He has an established career, a large circle
of family and friends, and an unshakable faith in God. But, like most of us,
George has a wish list. No, it’s not a newer car or a larger house he wants.
He simply wants to be able to breathe. All he needs is a new lung…or two.
Main Street gears up for campaign
29, 2000] Main
Street Lincoln's Partnership Campaign is underway now through April 15th.
Designated by Illinois Main Street in 1994, Main Street Lincoln uses the
four-point approach of Economic Restructuring, Promotion, Organization,
and Design, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Hartem FFA members visit state capital
29, 2000] In
conjunction with National Agriculture Week, four Hartsburg-Emden FFA members,
along with FFA members from throughout Illinois, assisted with National
Agriculture Week activities at the state capital. Natalie Coers, Josh Anderson,
Shane Westen and Anthony Jones helped deliver agriculture commodity baskets and
lunches to legislators. While in Springfield, these members also met with
Representative John Turner and Illinois Director of Agriculture Joe Hampton.
WE STACK UP
29, 2000] Throughout
the years we have heard much about the rising number of teenage pregnancies.
However, according to statistics, that number is beginning to fall. In today’s
"How We Stack Up," we will take a look at how Logan County’s birth
statistics fare with other counties of similar size in Illinois. Click below to
find information on the total number of births, the number of teen births, and
the total number of induced pregnancy terminations or abortions. The information
was generated from the Illinois Department of Public Heath Web site. http://www.idph.state.il.us/health.
Red Cross blood donor update
West Lincoln-Broadwell School honor
Lincoln School honor rolls
and breakfast start-up workshop Thursday
up for PONY Baseball League by Saturday
and Teen Court sponsor dance Saturday
A culinary delight
A mission of mercy
The joys of owning an older car
Lincoln High School history
Contest winners on display
bomb brings big response from state and local law