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Monday, June 05, 2006

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It was a purrr-fect day to be enjoyed by all; dogs, humans and even a few cats congregated around downtown Lincoln on Saturday morning, when Main Street hosted the fifth "Puttin' on the Dog." Participants checked in by the Blue Dog Inn and paraded down to the Logan County Courthouse lawn for numerous morning festivities.

The new adoption agency, Pets Without Parents, had some of their furry friends out for the day. People interested in acquiring a pet or becoming a foster parent can call Shannon at (217) 732-4849 or Stephanie at (217) 735-2868.  [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for larger image

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Saturday, June 3:

  • New ethanol plant in store for San Jose

  • Illinois State Fair announces plan to improve safety and tempo of Twilight Parade

  • Court news

  • Marriages

  • Dissolutions

  • State Rep. Bill Mitchell hosts open house in Lincoln

  • Governor takes bill action

  • State Rep. Bill Mitchell makes Centennial Farm sign presentation to Schutz family 

  • Letter: Response to 'Peace broken on Saturday nights'

  • Milestones: Tibbs-Rigney wedding

  • Lincoln AMVETS Auxiliary report

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  • Home Country: Memorialized moments

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Memorial Day holiday observed