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City officials took a gander to the nation's capital earlier this month to call upon our representatives.  Once there, the local group presented a specific need for infrastructure funds that will aid in local economic development. 
City and county officials gathered in the Logan County Safety Complex Emergency Operating Room last fall to acknowledge all the equipment that U.S. Rep. Ray LaHood has helped law enforcement and first responders to acquire. Following that meeting a reception was held at the sewer plant office.  LaHood helped get funding for the recently completed upgrade there.
Left to right: Terry Storer, ESDA assistant director; Lincoln Police Chief Robert Rawlins; Logan County Sheriff Steve Nichols; U.S. Rep.  LaHood; Dale Voyles, former Logan County Board chairman; Lincoln Fire Chief Bucky Washam; former Lincoln Rural Fire Chief Bob Thomas (now coroner); and at the podium Dan Fulscher, ESDA director.




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Saturday, Feb. 19:

  • Mayor entreats governor's assistance in MII strike

  • SBA launches new faith-based and community initiatives center

  • Four galleries seek work for display

  • Senior Hall of Fame applications now available

  • Mayor candidates' position statements

    • Dale Voyles

    • Tom O'Donohue

  • Marriages and dissolutions

  • Senate week in review: Feb. 14-18

  • Tips when children move between two households

  • Railers won last home game: pictures from game

  • 2005 NABC All-District selections include three Illini

Friday, Feb. 18

Thursday, Feb. 17

Wednesday, Feb. 16

Tuesday, Feb. 15

Monday, Feb. 14