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Friday, March 30, 2007

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Lincoln Rural Fire Chief Dean Kukuck joins rural fire protection trustees Everett Kennett, Lynn Haseley and Jerrie Pharis (standing in for Robert Pharis) in first shovel at the groundbreaking of the new fire department headquarters.

The new location on Lincoln Parkway, just north of Woodlawn Road/Route 10, will improve response times.  The move to larger quarters will allow local equipment to come under one roof, make pullout and return to the station quicker and safer, and improve coordination with joint paramedic calls.

Construction is expected to take about eight months and will begin as soon as final design plans return.  The plans went in for a few adjustments but are expected back next week, Kukuck said.  

See prior article: Referendum on ballot to build new Lincoln Rural Fire Department building   [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for larger image


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Thursday, March 29:

  • Springlike weather brings first tornado of the Logan County season

  • New passport rules require advance planning for travel

  • Conference to examine future impact of biofuels industry on food and feed supplies

  • Gov. Blagojevich proclaims March as Nutrition Month; urges parents, schools and communities to promote better nutrition

  • Illinois matches a record low for tuberculosis cases

  • Summer internship opportunities available at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

  • Parent Institute column: School attendance

  • Invention Mysteries: Who invented the modern baseball glove?

  • Lincoln Christian softball vs. Robert Morris

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Saturday, March 24

Friday, March 23