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Friday and Saturday the Lincoln street artists
will be at it again, working to add the
finishing touches to both viaduct projects
before the Lincoln Art & Balloon Festival. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come out
and help with the project. You need no
experience or training, only a willingness to
get involved and do something nice for the
community. This viaduct is located on
South College at First Street. The balloon-themed viaduct is located on South Kickapoo near
the waste treatment plant.
from LDN archives
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for larger image.)
Hunter safety course, festival volunteers needed,
'Haunting 101,' evening at Cro'Hurst,
Mount Pulaski Grade School registration,
drive, Moving Forward 5K, Rotary chicken
dinner, District 27 starting date, 'Elephants in Lincoln,' Head
on the people,
places and things that make this community interesting!
hauler Carl Marion of Athens pumps water from his
2,000-gallon water tank on the back of his truck into a
campground well in Petersburg. Across the Midwest
the drought is leaving many rural homes and businesses
that rely on water wells dry.
AP photo by Seth Perlman
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Sampson, owner of Design-It Construction, was out last week
working with his crew on the Oak Hill Tumbling building at 817
Broadway, near downtown Lincoln. The building is getting a
facelift with new siding and a new metal roof. Some of
their supplies will be coming from Budget Building Supplies.
Nice to see local workers using local supplies to improve local
by Karen Hargis
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Find hot flash relief the natural way ...
Waterproof hearing aids ... How women can take control of their
financial future ... Most Americans don't have life insurance, but wish they did
With boomers coming, hospice industry diversifies ...
Longer life spans shifting focus toward dignity, quality of life ... Seniors urged to apply for Circuit Breaker grant by June 30;
Program ends July 1 ... How to ease arthritis
pain ... Springfield Social Security office
moves to new location News & information for
the seniors in our community
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LDN - Entertainment
In this Aug. 8 photo during a
demonstration at LA Dog Works in Los Angeles,
Andrew Rosenthal, owner of the business, watches Trixie, 3, a
pit bull, using an aquatic treadmill meant for dogs in need of
lower impact exercise. The aquatic treadmill is one of three different types
at LA Dog Works, a 24-hour dog care center that
includes boarding, grooming, training, day care, hydrotherapy,
massage therapy and a retail store. Other treadmills used there
are a $3,000 Jog A Dog
and a $40,000 underwater treadmill from a company that is now
Hudson Aquatic Systems.