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Tuesday, November 14, 2000


TOP STORIES

Bates wonít run again
for District 27 board

[NOV. 14, 2000]  Lincoln attorney William Bates, current president of the board of Elementary School District 27, has announced that he does not intend to run for another term at the April 2001 election. "Itís time for new blood. I donít want to monopolize the market," he said.

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'Did my vote get counted?'

[NOV. 14, 2000]  Has the thought crossed your mind, "How would I feel if my vote had been cast in Florida or one of those areas where so many spoiled ballots were thrown out ó where I wasnít sure if my vote was counted." With this in mind, Lincoln Daily News contacted Sally Litterly, Logan County clerk and recorder, and asked a few simple questions. Litterly happily reported the following:

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COLUMN: the em space

The waiting game

[NOV. 14, 2000]  During an election year before I was eligible to vote, I saw a political cartoon that Iíve remembered ever since. The picture could summarize many elections, but I suppose I enjoyed it initially because the message was easy to understand.

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Volunteer Plumbers needed! Habitat House completion date reset to mid January

Click here for more info and pictures from the local Habitat for Humanity project


SPORTS NEWS

Girls basketball: Mount Pulaski 65, Maroa-Forsyth 42

[NOV. 14, 2000]  Mount Pulaskiís ladies basketball team traveled to Maroa yesterday afternoon to compete against Maroa-Forsyth. Maroa-Forsyth won 65-42, leading at the end of each quarter.

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TECHLINE

Coping with copious spam

By Jim Youngquist

[NOV. 14, 2000]  There are few people denying that email is one of the great inventions of the 20th century. It allows any average user with a computer or an internet appliance and a low-cost internet connection to communicate across town or across continents and oceans with any other internet user almost instantaneously. You can email a single message to multiple people at one time, carbon copy it to hundreds if you like, and everyone likes the price tag.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

LDN reader would like to see ISU sports coverage

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LAW & COURTS

Court reports
[NOV. 14, 2000]  The Law and Courts page includes a new set of weekly court reports, marriage licenses and dissolutions. In court reports, the Lincoln Daily News does not list the names of the individuals unless convicted and age 18 or older.

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ORGANIZATIONS

Bulbs planted for spring beauty in Mason City

[NOV. 14, 2000]  Saturday, Nov. 11, with fair but cool weather conditions, seven brave Garden Angels and two Angel husbands helped to get 600 spring bulbs into the ground before the snow comes. Mason City Rotary Club donated the flowering bulbs and sought two clubs to do the plantings.

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