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LDN - Top Stories
Lincoln Chief of Police Stuart Erlenbush, right, and
Officer Michael Fruge were honored Monday as
each received an Illinois Law Enforcement Medal
of Honor from Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon in a
ceremony at the Abraham Lincoln Motel and
Conference Center in Springfield. Full Story
by Lincoln Police Deputy Chief Mike Geriets
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for larger image.)
NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday at
1:45 a.m. EDT shows a swirl of clouds associated with Tropical Storm Isaac as it moves
slowly in the Gulf of Mexico toward the central Gulf Coast. Landfall is
expected later Tuesday or early Wednesday in Louisiana,
putting New Orleans in the strongest part of the storm.
Isaac could also strengthen into a hurricane before
landfall. A line of clouds stretching from the southeast
through the northeast is associated with a cold front
moving through the area.
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a most unprecedented approach, several area pastors will
join in presenting a September series of sermons titled "Why Church?" The pastors are meeting weekly and sharing in
the writing and planning of each sermon.
These sermons will not be "Why MY church?" but "Why
THE church?" Read more about this in today's TOP
STORIES or the LDN Spiritual Life section below.
Photo by Karen
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Foot care tips to keep boomers moving ...
Irritable bowel syndrome: As many as 1 in 7 have it, but few speak
of it ...
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 News & information for
the seniors in our community
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LDN - Entertainment
In this file
photo from Oct. 15, 2009, the famous 3,300-year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti
display at the "Neues Museum" (New Museum) in Berlin,
Berlin is to honor the centenary of the
discovery of the famed bust of Egypt's Queen Nefertiti -- one of
the city's top tourist attractions -- with an exhibition of works
from the Amarna site where she was found, many of them freshly
The Egyptian Museum said Monday that the show, "In the Light of Amarna," will open Dec. 6
100th anniversary of the day when a German excavator unearthed
the 3,300-year-old limestone bust of Nefertiti, wife of Pharaoh
Akhenaton, at Amarna in southern Egypt.