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March 12, Robert Danosky, assistant fire chief, was off duty and having breakfast at an
area restaurant. As he left, he saw a group
of people outside in panic and calling for help. He went to them and found a man lying on the
ground with no pulse. Danosky performed
CPR while EMTs were en route. The man
survived. Monday evening, Chief Mark Miller
acknowledged Danosky's heroic efforts, while
Danosky himself humbly said he did not act alone,
as the firefighters and paramedics who were on
duty at the scene should also be given much
credit for the survival of the victim.
Photo by Nila
on picture for larger image.)
evening, probationary firefighter Chad Kern was sworn
into full-time permanent status by Mayor Keith Snyder. Kern joined the Lincoln department on July 5 last
year. He began his career at the age of 14 in
Williamsville as a cadet with that fire department. He later joined the department as a volunteer, then went
on to the Mount Pulaski department before coming to
by Nila Smith
before getting down to the business of the city,
Mayor Keith Snyder asked everyone to join him in
a moment of silence for
Edward Malerich, who died
June 21 and whose funeral was this week.
Malerich served as mayor for
the city of Lincoln for 16 years.
Snyder said he recalled
meeting Malerich when as a young man he applied
for a job with the city street department. Snyder said his job interview took place at Malerich's dry cleaners with Ed Malerich and Joe
The black bow was placed over
Malerich's picture in the council chamber by
Alderwoman Jonie Tibbs.
Photo by Nila
(Click on picture for larger image.)
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 ... Avoid becoming 'unscoreable' and maintain your credit history as
you age ... Disability: What you don't know can hurt you ... Tips to help seniors avoid identity thieves ... Consuming more fatty acids may reduce symptoms of dry eye ...
Medicare releases home health compare tool
News & information for
the seniors in our community
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LDN - Entertainment
The start of haute couture week
in Paris is a must on any self-respecting fashionista's
calendar. But day one of the French capital's fall-winter
2012 shows was different: It's what's called a fashion event. Monday was the debut of Christian Dior's new designer Raf Simons
-- the first chance to see into the future of a storied
Louis Cardinals' Jon Jay, left, is safe at third for a stolen base as he avoids
the tag from Colorado Rockies third baseman Jordan Pacheco during the first
inning of a baseball game Monday in St. Louis.