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About LDN

Lincoln Daily News.com
601 Keokuk St.
Lincoln, IL 62656

TEL: (217) 732-7443
FAX: (217) 732-9630

Lincoln Daily News publishes daily news about the Lincoln/Logan County area on the Internet at www.lincolndailynews.com. (We are not a print publication.) All subscriptions are free!


The articles published in Lincoln Daily News are the result of research, interviews and news releases submitted. Any opinions expressed are those of the writers.

Our staff:

In the office

Managing editor: Jan Youngquist


Technician, photo editor, graphic designer:
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Text processing: Mary Krallmann

Advertising sales and public relations:

Lucky Eichner:  ads@lincolndailynews.com

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For employment information, contact us.


Our mission:

The mission of Lincoln Daily News is to tell the stories of Logan County in a contemporaneous manner, with lively writing and a predilection for simple truth fairly told. Lincoln Daily News seeks a relationship with the good people of Logan County that is honest, neighborly and never patronizing. Lincoln Daily News presents news within a full context that contributes to understanding. Lincoln Daily News is more interested in the marketplace of ideas than the competition of personalities. Without shrinking from the bold delivery of unvarnished fact, Lincoln Daily News operates from the premise that God's creatures deserve the presumption of right motive. Lincoln Daily News eschews malice and cynicism; it approaches every person with dignity and every subject with equanimity. In short, Lincoln Daily News informs, stimulates and entertains.


Please contact us by phone, fax, mail or e-mail with any information about mistakes, typos or erroneous information. If the error is in an item that is still in the paper, we will correct it online immediately.


Our services:

Lincoln Daily News provides daily news, sports, features and commentary on Lincoln, Logan County and the surrounding area. 

To promote local businesses, we offer display advertisements at very reasonable rates and links to business websites. Call (217) 732-7443 or
e-mail ads@lincolndailynews.com

To submit classified ads, click here.

"Happy ads" are a special feature to enable our readers to celebrate birthdays, graduations, anniversaries and other good news. Call us for details.

Letters to the Editor

The Lincoln Daily News publishes letters to the editor as they are received.
 The letters are not edited in content and do not necessarily reflect 
the views of Lincoln Daily News.

Lincoln Daily News requests that writers responding to controversial issues address the issue and refrain from personal attacks. Thank you!


Please send your letters by e-mail to ldneditor@lincolndailynews.com or by U.S. postal mail to:

Letters to the Editor
Lincoln Daily News
601 Keokuk St.
Lincoln, IL  62656

Letters must include the writer's name, telephone number, mailing address and/or e-mail address (we will not publish address or phone number information). Lincoln Daily News reserves the right to edit letters to reduce their size or to correct obvious errors. Lincoln Daily News reserves the right to reject any letter for any reason. Lincoln Daily News will publish as many acceptable letters as space allows.

Sesquicentennial article 'thumbs up'

To the editor:

I would like to commend your publication for its wonderful article writing and its support and concern for the upcoming sesquicentennial celebration. It's odd how I can read an article that you have published and feel comfortable and pleased about the accuracy of the material and its presentation, but then when I pick up a local newspaper and read news about the same subject and circumstances, I am disgusted with what I've read. I really enjoy your articles and your methods of writing. 

Unfortunately not all news is going to be good, and I don't believe in sugarcoating it if it's not. I do, however, believe that we should focus on finding the positive side of events such Lincoln's sesquicentennial and find ways of overcoming negative issues that arise.


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Somehow when all you can read in the news is about all the problems and lack of cooperation, it can cause a person to loose the drive that they started out with on such a project like the celebration.

Please keep up the wonderful support of our community and its activities. I know it makes me feel better each time I can read an accurate follow-up of current happenings.


Greg Pelc

Rock Solid Sound & Stage Productions

(posted 6-14-03)


[Lincoln Daily News article by Jan Youngquist, posted June 11: "Lincoln Sesquicentennial Committee seeks city approval of celebration plans"]

Thanks from the Lincoln Junior Woman's Club

To the editor:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Lincoln and the following Lincoln businesses for their support during our 2002-2003 fund-raiser year, with the generosity of these downtown businesses like Beans & Such, Coffee with Einstein, Franz Express, Guzzardo's Italian Villa, Kathleen's Hallmark, Merle Norman Cosmetics, MKS Jewelers, Prairie Years, Sports Plus, The Tan House. The community is able to receive discounts from these businesses since they helped our club by purchasing one of our LJWC discount cards.

It's always appreciated when local and visiting citizens purchase lunch and snacks from our annual concession stand located in the Latham Park during the Art & Balloon Festival. This is a unique privilege for our club since we were the original founders that started the Art Fair.


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With the community’s generosity of supporting our fund-raisers, we are able to provide many financial donations, along with many activities also need our (lady) power. We were able to provide for our local schools, hospital, police department programs, children's library, Logan County Fair, LCHS senior awards, parks, Oasis center and too many other projects.
With a grateful heart our club members and myself would like to say "thank you" for supporting Lincoln Junior Woman's Club. Be looking for our next donation to the Scully Park.

Thank you.

Angela Getchel

President 2002-2003

(posted 6-7-03)

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