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Sporting a sign that read, "No Jail for Pot," these four men appeared on the steps of the Logan County courthouse in relationship to the two recent cases tried in Logan County that involved marijuana. They consider themselves to be supporting the people who were convicted and sentenced recently here in LC.


From left to right in this picture: Adam Fleck Decatur; Adam Volle
Springfield; Rev. Joe Johnson East Peoria; Richard Rawlings Illinois Marijuana Party

[picture by Butch King]  click on picture for larger image.

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Friday, Feb. 11:

  • WL-B Wolverines state champs!

  • Effingham and region receive critical Opportunity Returns investment
    Backing for HN Automotive ups long-term viability

  • Gov. Blagojevich blasts President Bush's proposed budget for threatening health and stability of Illinois' heartland
    Governor urges Bush to fund programs that will spur economic growth and improve quality of life in rural Illinois

  • How to celebrate Lincoln's 196th birthday, Saturday, Feb. 12

  • Workshop opens the doors of live theater
    Inexperienced high schoolers to seniors invited for fun day

  • ZLS spelling bee winners

  • Area students on St. Ambrose University dean's list

  • Habitat for Humanity orientation

  • West Lincoln-Broadwell breaks tournament records capturing first at state

    • Pictures from the WL-B game

  • Illinois vs. Wisconsin game notes

  • Illinois State vs. Northern Iowa game notes

  • Naismith Trophy names midseason candidates
    Three players from top-ranked Illinois make list

  • Big Ten and CBS Sports announce wild card selection for men's basketball

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