will be writing Railer football pregame analyses as well as reports
on the games themselves.
Justin works at Lincoln College and has
extensive experience writing sports. We hope you look forward to
reading Justin in the coming months as much as we do presenting his
Justin is a local young man with strong ties to the local sports
community, and he has a love for sports that comes through in
everything he writes.
So for all you Railer football fans out there, keep online with
the Lincoln Daily News for coverage of your favorite football team:
the Lincoln Railers.
to Elizabeth Carter. The 21-year-old took first place in the
Fleischmann's Bake for the Cure Contest at the Illinois State Fair.
Her recipe, as well as many other Cake Classic recipes from the
Logan County Fair, are on our recipe page at
Grab Your Fork.
Saturday the final drawing of the season for the fresh market basket
was held at the Original Farmers' Market in Latham Park. The
winner of the basket was Jean Gala of Lincoln.
The vendors who participated in at least one of the weekly
giveaways were Floyd and Sandy Davis, the cookie lady; market
managers Doug Fink and Vickie Hum, with canned preserves and fresh
produce; Kyle Haning, with locally grown produce; Steve Koller, with
locally grown produce; Natalie Morris, the bread lady; Richard
Smith, the tomato man; and Anna Stanfield, with plants and herbs.
The produce market in Latham Park will have extended hours at the
art fair on Saturday. The market will open at 7 a.m. and run through
2 in the afternoon.
The market will be located on the west side of the park and can
be accessed by taking the southwest corner sidewalk to the grass
walkway about halfway between the corner and the gazebo.