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Friday, August 31, 2007


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Lincoln Police Cpl. Mark Coons received commendation for his actions during an incident the morning of May 30. A stolen vehicle suspect passed through Lincoln twice near Lincoln Community High School at speeds in excess of 100 mph at a time when students and teachers were en route to school. While the Lincoln Police Department was not involved in the pursuit, Coons took immediate and decisive action that undoubtedly averted tragedy. His actions went beyond the call of duty, Chief Stuart Erlenbush said.  [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for larger image

See story:  Hopedale man attempts to evade police...


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Thursday, Aug. 30:

  • Businessman struggles with state over in-town highway changes
    Businesses would have reduced access

  • Central Illinois law enforcement agencies investigate home improvement scam

  • Panel: Va. Tech could have saved lives

  • Airport screening policy questioned

  • Jewell, falsely tied to '96 blast, dies

  • AAA expects fewer Labor Day drivers

  • A beam weapon for military?

  • How the energy beam weapon feels

  • Teamsters to try to block Mexican trucks

  • Calif. produce firm recalls spinach

  • Taliban may free rest of Korean hostages

  • GAO auditors say Iraq goals not being met

  • Spider web engulfs Texas park trail

  • No wonder that water bill was so high

  • Detective learns hard way about ID theft

  • Brooklyn baby sports 12 fingers, 12 toes

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Governor takes bill action

  • Governor on SB 572: Major corporations that benefit from mass transit should pay for it

  • Priests from Baghdad say Americans are asking wrong questions about Iraq crisis

  • Low-tech business cards still hanging on

  • Legal battle may be ahead for iPhone hackers

  • Bernanke: Looking to help homeowners

  • Microsoft to release Vista fixes in 2008

  • U.S. stock futures pointed lower

  • Wheat prices surge on Chicago Board of Trade

  • Delavan Fall Festival events

  • Zion Lutheran School families prepare for Family Fun Fest on Saturday

  • For Mother Teresa, a profound darkness

  • Red, White & True Mysteries: What do these inventors have in common?

  • Memorial's physician network earns Employer of Choice Award

  • Report urges more attention to asthma

  • Mutterings: 'Meet me in St. Louie'
    By Jeff Mayfield

  • NL roundup: Phillies make up more ground in NL East

  • AL roundup: Indians extend lead in AL Central

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Isner to face Federer at the U.S. Open

  • Most fans don't want Vick back in NFL

  • LeBron scores 26 as U.S. defeats Uruguay

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Tuesday, Aug. 28

Monday, Aug. 27

Saturday, Aug. 25

Friday, Aug. 24