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Monday,  Sept.  14, 2020
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On Saturday morning, the Lincoln D.A.R.E program unveiled their latest tools in the quest to encourage area youth to avoid substance abuse. The new Drunk Buster carts and impairment goggles will give youth and adults an understanding of how the senses are altered when impaired.

The purchase of the new equipment was made possible in part by support from Joe Ryan Country Financial in Lincoln. On Saturday, Ryan took a seat on the cart with Lincoln Fire Chief Bob Dunovsky and Lincoln D.A.R.E. Officer Christy Fruge' stepping in for a photo.

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On Saturday morning,  local running enthusiast Abby (Coers) Miller, wearing the maroon tank top, ran the Boston Marathon in Dewitt and Logan Counties. The marathon had to be canceled this year, but was held in a virtual mode. Miller has run in the world-famous marathon on multiple occasions and was not about to miss out this year because of a virus. She began her race in Clinton and finished in Lincoln in order to get her requisite 26.2 miles.

LDN spoke with Miller after she finished her run and will share that conversation with readers in its Tuesday edition.

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Local generosity aids Lincoln D.A.R.E. in new tools for the fight on substance abuse

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New Holland Zion Lutheran Church Pastor Rev. Charles Olander to retire September 20th


  • Sunday, September 13, 2020
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    11,322 tested - 10,943 negative- 379 positive - 292 recovered - ONE death

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