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.
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information about mistakes, typos or erroneous information.
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correct it online immediately. All corrections will be shown
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Lincoln Daily News provides daily news, sports, features and commentary on Lincoln, Logan
County and the surrounding area.
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Managing editor: Jan Youngquist
Copy editor and writer: Mary Krallmann
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like the paper'
stopped by your booth at the fair. It was nice seeing faces behind
the computer screen. I was told to email you. I was told you want
more input from your readers. So here is my input.
am very impressed by how the paper has grown, I have cancelled
taking the Courier (no big loss there) and The Pantagraph.
one thing I am going to miss from not taking The Pantagraph is the
children's section. That was such a joy to read. Will you do
something like that? The drawings were always nice to see. I
think people should take part in our children's lives today. If we
don't; who will?
world today has so many problems and when you sit down and read
the Lincoln Daily News you find a kind of peace. (I am really
enjoying the crossword puzzle. Please add more!)
you be covering the Lincoln Football season and basketball season.
I enjoy those sports so much.
seems like the Courier does not care for our youth as much. That
is such a shame.
up the good work. I like the paper and I like the fact that it is
free and a joy to read. It is a breath of fresh air. I have told
some friends of mine to read you. They live in Texas. They use to
live in Lincoln.
K of C fund drive with Tootsie Roll distribution expects to meet goal
for your interest in our “Tootsie Roll” Drive last weekend.
Knights of Columbus is in the process of wrapping up this year’s
fund drive and expects to meet our local goal of $7,500. Lincoln
Council 1250 Knights of Columbus has been conducting the annual
fund drives for over 30 years, collecting over $200,000 in
donations to assist the mentally handicapped citizen of Lincoln
and Logan County.
recipients of this money are Special Olympics, Logan County
schools’ special education departments, Logan/Mason Rehab
Center, Lincoln Developmental Center, as well as other local
organizations assisting persons with mental retardation and
year the Illinois State Council K of C Charities, Inc. Mental
Retardation/Learning Disabilities Fund helps thousands of
individuals by providing support to qualified organizations [who]
which operate programs on behalf of persons with mental
disabilities. One weekend each year Local K of C councils solicit
funds through the efforts of thousands of volunteers and the
generosity of local businesses and their patrons.
weekend nearly 100 volunteers donned the familiar yellow and red
vests and distributed Tootsie rolls for donations to the fund. In
addition to the Knights of Columbus and its Ladies Auxiliary
members, volunteers included Logan/Mason Rehab Center employees,
Lincoln Girl Scouts, and the LCHS National Honor Society members.
They could be seen at the local Wal-Mart, Burwell Oil Co.,
Kroger, Eagle County Market, Lincoln IGA, and Family Video and at
the intersection of McLean and Broadway Streets.
street corner volunteers collect nearly one-half of our donations,
with the other half coming from local merchants and businesses.
you to all the volunteers and supporting groups.
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Lincoln Daily News
601 Keokuk St.
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