Some of our favorite photos of the year

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[December 28, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

Pictures by LDN photographers unless otherwise noted

Feb. 1 -- The bridge at Kickapoo Creek Park is now completed. Tuesday afternoon several cars were parked near the bridge, indicating that many are already taking advantage of the mild winter and exploring what lies on the other side.

Feb. 2 -- The Lincoln Christian University women's basketball team claimed a 52-39 victory Tuesday night over St. Louis College of Pharmacy in the Laughlin Center.

Photo by Lincoln Christian University


Feb. 3 -- Wednesday morning, volunteers gathered at the Zion Lutheran School cafeteria in Lincoln to spend the day stuffing casings with fresh whole-hog sausage in preparation for Saturday’s annual pancake and sausage breakfast. The meat came from the generosity of five local farmers who donated 15 hogs that were processed at the Atlanta Locker.

Feb. 10 -- Thursday morning a good group turned out for a news conference by the Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership when Logan 2.0, the Grow Lincoln & Logan County Initiative, was introduced. Among those in attendance were representatives from the city, county, chamber of commerce and tourism bureau.

Feb. 10 -- Thursday morning the Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership introduced the leadership team that will head the next step of the Logan County Master Plan -- implementation of goals. This stage of the plan will be known as Logan 2.0, the Grow Lincoln & Logan County Initiative. Members of the leadership team are, from left, David Lanterman, Kristi Powell, Crystal Alley and Mark Houpt.

Feb. 11 -- Roy Logan puts the finishing touches on a valentine trellis that will be featured at the Sunday afternoon valentine dance at the Lincoln Park District Ballroom. The dance will be an opportunity for dads and daughters, moms and sons, and others to dress in their best and enjoy some terrific music, food and fun. This is for children 3 to 12 years old.

Picture provided by the Lincoln Park District


Feb. 14 -- The Humane Society of Logan County offers hot soup on a cold day.
Pictured from left, Sue Jones, Natalie Miller, Adrienne Hahn and HSLC director Ellen Burbage work behind the sweatshirt table.


Feb. 15 -- This beautiful flag is artwork by West Lincoln-Broadwell students and has been given to American Legion Post 263 in Lincoln. The blue backdrop for our nation's 50 stars and the red stripes are handprints of children in kindergarten through fourth grade, and every student in the school signed the flag. The Legion will have the flag mounted and covered with Plexiglas so that it can be on display in their hall for years to come.


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