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and best wishes to Deb DeJarnette. After 40 years Deb will be
retiring from the Lincoln Public Library. She started on Aug.
21, 1971, and says the biggest change during her career is
computers and e-books. But she says there will always be a place
for conventional books and the interaction of a reader with the
story, especially with children.
Deb plans to spend time being a
grandmother in Texas with her daughter Marni, who is expecting.
Deb says she will miss many of the people who visit the library
and wishes she could take many of them with her.
Pictured from left: Jaime Fish,
Rick Kramp, Deb and Jude Harms.
Picture by Mike
Fak (Click on picture for larger image.)
Martinez, 12, left, and Jada Walker, 10, dance like Egyptians during a
Tut-inspired performance by Red Door Productions before a giant Santa hat was
put on top of the 25-foot, 7-ton replica of the ancient god Anubis, which was at
the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and was transported to Post Oak Boulevard in
Houston on Monday for the
the bins of
ready for the
winter, out of
friends of St.
Church of Christ
brought in bags
and boxes of
food and staples
to be shared
with others in
year by mission
co-chairs Verdeen Ingram
has been a tradition
at St. John
for many, many
decorated by Marita Schneider
in a harvest
theme, Bear Pack
111 of St. John
UCC, under the
food items to be
shared. When the
taken down, 38 boxes of
the Community Action
Food Bank to
year for some of
the citizens of
on picture for
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men look at a replica of the painting "Flagellation of Christ" prior to
the official restitution ceremony between Indiana University and the
Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation at the Charlottenburg
Palace in Berlin on Monday. Created by a Cologne master,
the painting dates to the late 15th century and originally formed part
of a wing of an altarpiece. It was one of more than a dozen paintings
that disappeared from the Berlin museum during the summer of 1945,
looted by Russian and British soldiers. The IU Art Museum acquired the
painting in 1985 as a gift from Herman B Wells, former longtime IU
officials said Wells purchased the work in good faith from a London art
gallery in 1967. Due to conservation and security reasons, the
original painting was not shown at the ceremony.
New England Patriots' Julian Edelman (11) returns a
punt 72 yards for a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs during
the third quarter of an NFL game in Foxborough, Mass., on
Monday. Chasing for the Chiefs are Cameron Sheffield (55) and
Jeremy Horne (11). The Patriots won the game 34-3.