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Monday, April 03, 2006

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Monday: Wind advisory

(Saturday's LDN postings below)


Daylight-saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday.
"Spring forward" one hour.

Hartsburg-Emden High School students share with younger students the facts about the effects of smoking .

Fifth- and sixth-graders from throughout Logan County attended the  annual Children's Health Fair on Friday. Students moved from station to station set up at the Lincoln Recreation Center. Numerous groups and a variety of professionals from fitness to law enforcement gave interactive presentations.  [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for larger image.

 Law & Courts                                Week of March 27, 2006








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Friday, March 31:

  • Wind advisory

  • Community Health Fair

  • Used tire collection

  • Health department to celebrate 35th anniversary

  • Ag Day for kids

  • Logan County Farm Bureau celebrates Ag Education Day with fourth-graders

  • Less can be better

  • Women's Business Development Center celebrates two decades of advancement among women entrepreneurs in Illinois
    Mrs. Blagojevich addresses over 300 women at the celebration, discusses her personal experiences as a business owner and highlights state resources available to businesswomen

  • Letter: Opposed to Illinois supporting stem cell research

  • Check the weekend calendar for many events: Community Health Fair, Easter egg hunt, spring concert and more.

  • Blood drive to help restock local hospitals

  • Learning column: Bossy grandson

  • Lincoln College softball vs. Spoon River

Thursday, March 30

Wednesday, March 29

Tuesday, March 28

Monday, March 27

Saturday, March 25