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Monday, August 13, 2007


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Mark Fox, a tree trimmer from Virden and employee of Wright Tree Service, carefully worked high up in the trees to clear branches away from three-phase power lines Monday morning on Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln.

[picture by Jim Youngquist] click on picture for larger image

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Saturday, Aug. 11:

  • Gov. Blagojevich announces recommendations to improve safety at Illinois dams

  • More than $440,000 in Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial grants awarded to Illinois projects
    Funds will help with statewide celebration of 16th president's 200th birthday

  • Blagojevich administration partners with UAW leadership to offer consumer protection training

  • Second drill reaches miners' location

  • Recovery grinds on in Minn. collapse

  • Astronauts prepare for first spacewalk

  • Federal deficit down to $157.3 billion

  • Toll records trip up philanderers

  • Church cancels memorial for gay Navy vet

  • Consumers urged to pick new DVD format

  • Perseid meteor shower peaks this weekend

  • Big Ben's bongs fall silent for repairs

  • Taliban: Koreans' release could come soon

  • Diplomat: Musharraf can't win terror war

  • Brazil says Amazon deforestation down

  • Obama defends foreign policy talk

  • Pants plaintiff goes back to court

  • Wienermobile busted by Chicago cops

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Marriages

  • (No dissolution reports)

  • (No court reports available)

  • Gov. Blagojevich signs law to prohibit convicted sex offenders from working at carnivals, county fairs statewide

  • Governor takes bill action

  • Stocks end mixed after raucous week

  • TechLine: Wet cell phone tips

  • Energy futures rebound on news of storm

  • High-risk mortgages become toxic mess

  • Soybean, wheat prices slide

  • U.K. livestock do not have foot-and-mouth

  • CIEDC staff members attend Head Start conference

  • Home Country: A moment of summer perfection

  • 4 out of 10 kids use car booster seats

  • Army starts new psychiatric program

  • Study: Obese kids are absent more

  • NASCAR's Ken Schrader looks for second Allen Crowe 100 win at Springfield

  • NL roundup: Wagner & Hoffman fail to hold leads

  • AL roundup: ChiSox pitcher closes in on history

  • Fields, Uribe lead White Sox

  • Loney's homer leads Dodgers past Cardinals 2-1

  • Fan who has Bonds' 755th ball selling

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Woods seizes control with 63 at PGA

Friday, Aug. 10

Thursday, Aug. 9

Wednesday, Aug. 8

Tuesday, Aug. 7

Monday, Aug. 6