The year in review

Out and about with our staff photographers

Album 1

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[December 28, 2013]     Send a link to a friend 

Lincoln Daily News is fortunate in that we have staff who enjoy getting out in the community and documenting the day-to-day happenings in Logan County with photos.

Some of the photos to follow were taken at organized events, and others were just people or things we saw as we traversed the streets and roads of Lincoln and Logan County.

But regardless of how the photos came to be, they represent a moment in time in our community and help to once again draw attention to how active and involved our citizens are.

Pictures by Curt Fox, Karen Hargis, Nila Smith and Jan Youngquist

Lincoln Statue Committee

Ken and Marcia Greenslate at the Lincoln Park District's Easter egg hunt


Roy Logan at the park district's Easter egg hunt

This is Elliott, a banded rufus who came to stay with Steve and Marge Aper.
At the 2013 Master Gardener workshop day

No, Lincoln was not being invaded by Transformers, but close. Officially called a pumper truck, the vehicle with the large, dangling arm is what is used by professionals to pour concrete in areas where a regular concrete truck cannot go.

Dave Schonauer, Lincoln area manager for Illinois American Water, speaks to a group of city officials and representatives as he holds a photo of the original 1898 building of the Lincoln Water, Light and Power Co.

Christine Campbell gets help from grandson George Jacaway IV and a buddy in sowing seeds around the base of the sign for Creekside, the new Lincoln College Outdoor Center for Environmental Education.

Montgomery Insurance is located in the restored former Emden Bank building.




Third-grade students at Mount Pulaski Grade School presented the Mount Pulaski Courthouse Foundation with a fabulous check for over $11,000.

Landon Bell wrote: "My girlfriend, Tara Shane, and I started it. We got a bit of help along the way from Wyatt Phillis, Sara Shane, and Lizzie Jaegle. We spent about 18-20 hours completing it over two and a half days."

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