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September 13, 2000


TOP STORIES

Council hears reports on bird problems, leaf-burning issues

[SEPT. 13, 2000]  Problems caused by flocks of birds and piles of autumn leaves came up for discussion at Tuesday night’s work session of the Lincoln City Council. A solution seems to be in hand for the Mayfair residents who have been plagued by huge flocks of grackles, but the problem of the piles of fallen leaves that will face some residents in October remains on the agenda.

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GOOD NEIGHBORS

Miller remembers high school days in New Holland

[SEPT. 13, 2000]  Don Miller remembers a lot about the former New Holland Community High School. He spent a total of 32 years there, four as a student and the other 28 as an ag teacher. "I probably spent a longer time in that building than anyone else," he says. He will be one of many area residents with ties to New Holland who will be attending the village’s 125th anniversary celebration the weekend of Sept. 29 and 30 and Oct. 1.

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What's up? It's a new page

[SEPT. 13, 2000]  The newest page on the site for Lincolndailynews.com is called "What's Up With That?" See for yourself.

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SPORTS NEWS

LC and Parkland soccer teams tie

[SEPT. 13, 2000]  Lincoln College’s Lady Lynx played Parkland College of Champaign’s lady’s soccer team to a scoreless tie.

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BOOK LOOK

"Remarkable Women Of The Twentieth Century"

[SEPT. 13, 2000]  More than any other time in history, the 20th century has witnessed the emergence of women as a force for societal and cultural change. In their book "Remarkable Women Of The Twentieth Century," authors Kristen Golden and Barbara Findlen chose 100 of the most important women and have chronicled their many achievements and contributions. In the introduction the authors write that "in the major events of the twentieth century, as well as in everyday life, the contributions of women are profound — and too often unsung." The selection of these women is by the authors’ own admission neither exhaustive nor exclusive. It is, however, a representation of the unprecedented contributions of women and their influence on our world.

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