The year in review

Our community leaders at work and at play

Album 5

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[December 30, 2013]     Send a link to a friend 

Pictures from LDN archives

September  Owner/manager of the Lincoln Culver's restaurant kisses a pig in support of the LCHS FFA.

September  Local businessman Seth Goodman also smooches with the oinker, while Andi Hake, pictured below left, had a very calming effect on the little squealer.


September  Kristi Powell at the dedication ceremonies at Veterans Park in Mount Pulaski.
September  Pictured to the right, representatives of EDP Renewables, of Houston, Texas, developers of the Rail Splitter Wind Farm, came to town to present their second installment of property taxes. People or departments that were a part of bringing the wind farm to Logan County were invited to attend a check presentation. The tax is based on energy produced, and the combined installments total near $400,000 on 29 turbines located in Logan County.

Holding the check are Logan County Treasurer Vicki Dugan, left, and county board member Jan Schumacher. In back, from left, are Mary Kelley, circuit clerk; Brian Bergen, development partnership director; Rosanne Brosamer, assessor; Bob Farmer, county board chairman; John Taylor and Jeff Bishop of EDP Renewables; Will D'Andrea, zoning officer; Adam Renz of EDP; and Bret Aukamp, county highway engineer.



October  Pictured to the left, Capt. Chris Harding of the Lincoln Fire Department poses at the annual firefighter breakfast for local students.



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