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Wednesday, July 11, 2007


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Stormy skies covered Lincoln for a brief time on Tuesday evening. The cool front that pushed through produced plenty of lightning and thunder, some rain, and brought pleasant temperatures that will be around for a few days.  [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for larger image



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Tuesday, July 10:

  • Chamber forms energy co-op to help members save money

  • 'Relay Fever -- Keeping Hope Alive' comes to Minier

  • Gov. Blagojevich, victims' families, advocates urge lawmakers in Springfield to take action against assault weapons

  • Official: Iraq government missed all targets

  • Lawmakers scold Lockheed, Grumman

  • Thousands of golf balls stolen in Kansas

  • Mud pit draws crowds at Redneck Games

  • Cherry pit spit champ reigns anew

  • 2 billion Chinese mice overrun lake area

  • Wrecking ball snaps loose, wreaks havoc

  • This day in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Gov. Blagojevich congratulates Illinois Senate for passing resolution affirming its commitment to shoring up state's decades-old pension debt

  • 44th District weekly update

  • Progress? Illinois budget numbers are finally being discussed

  • Neva Specketer joins ME Realty

  • Google buys Postini for $625 million

  • Buffett delivers stock gift to charities

  • Sprint Nextel defends cutting customers

  • Tomato diseases
    By John Fulton

  • Weekly Outlook: Hogs

  • Soybeans rise, grains fall

  • Logan County Habitat for Humanity farm stand opens

  • School supply applicants sought
    Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and CIEDC Community Action plan drive

  • Historical society welcomes genealogical family histories

  • Judge: Christ justice icon will stay up in court lobby

  • Unhealthy truckers try to shape up

  • Anti-smoking pill may help curb drinking

  • Obese survive heart attacks better

  • Tourists unearth dinosaur bones in Wyoming

  • Mutterings: Summer report cards
    By Jeff Mayfield

  • Lady Lynx basketball player honored

  • Steroids testing in high school sports

  • Major League Baseball:

    • NL looks to break All-Star losing streak

    • Haren, Peavy to start in All-Star game

    • Bonds makes All-Star splash

    • MLB to launch video archive site

    • Team standings

    • Tuesday schedule

Monday, July 9

Saturday, July 7

Friday, July 6

Thursday, July 5

Wednesday, July 4: Independence Day holiday