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The Abraham Lincoln Tourism Bureau of Logan County Search Committee has officially begun the search process to fill the leadership position of Executive Director. Comment?
... board member Jan Schumacher was also present for the discussions, as well as Brian Bergen, executive director of the Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership. The first update was concerning a business incubator. Bergen said the development ... Comment?
T he Logan County Genealogical & Historical Society presented two programs Monday evening, one concerning research into historic homes in Lincoln and the other about the long history of the Marbold Farmstead in Greenview. Comment?
... their $80.000 goal. On hand were State Farm agents Deron Powell, Mt. Pulaski, Tracy Olson, Mason City, Chris Coyne, Lincoln and Katie Young and Justin Cheger from Rick Hamm agency in Lincoln. Comment?
... support of our projects, we are making a difference in Logan County. We hope you will stop by our Shelter at 1801 E. Lincoln Parkway, in Lincoln, to see what you have helped us achieve. The Garage Sale committee for the Humane Society of Logan ... Comment?
The traditional Memorial Day services will be held Monday, May 27 at 10:30 am at the Lincoln American Legion Post 263. Comment?
... Make a check out to "The Salvation Army" 2. Memo: Moore, OK / Disaster Mail it to: The Salvation Army, P.O.Box 52, Lincoln, IL 62656 All monies are sent directly to the disaster site for needed supplies, assistance, and emergency disaster relief. ... Comment?
A s part of the Prairie STAT Heart Program, the second a heart attack patient enters the emergency room doors at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, the clock begins ticking to ensure treatment is received within the critical window of 90-120 minutes. Comment?
... help slow down the reckless drivers using her street. Read more about this in the story below. ednesday morning, Lincoln Alderwomen Kathy Horn, left, and Jonie Tibbs, right, did the honors of placing mulch around a newly planted tree in the Shay ... Comment?
... strengthened our nation. Now we should do it again, in Illinois, with marriage equality. Since the days of Abraham Lincoln, Illinois has stood for the proposition that all citizens should be treated equally under the law. Lincoln himself came to ... Comment?
... in 1999 where he said, "It depends on what your definition of 'is' is," and he cited Illinois' favorite son Abraham Lincoln: Our nation's permanent mission is to form a 'more perfect union' - deepening the meaning of freedom, broadening the reach of ... Comment?
Gahanna Lincoln High School alumna and respected researcher Dr. Amy Dworkin-Dahlma visited Jefferson Elementary School on May 16, hoping to show students that science can be fun. Comment?
T he Main Street Lincoln organization is inviting everyone to make their way downtown to the courthouse square for a day of good, healthy fun on Saturday, June 8. The event is dubbed as the "Cruise into Main Street 5K and Health Expo," and there will be a lot of interesting and fun activities going on the entire day. Comment?
I ntegrity Data in Lincoln has awarded a total of $7,500 in grant funds to not-for-profit organizations in the area. Comment?
The new business is in the strip mall across the road from R.P. Lumber on Woodlawn in Lincoln. Comment?
H ailie Williams, an eighth-grader at Zion Lutheran School in Lincoln, has been selected as Zion's April Student of the Month. Comment?
P lans are underway for a reunion of the LCHS Class of 1968 this summer. But it is not only for the Class of '68. Throughout their years at Lincoln Community High School, the class made friends with, had classes with and crushes on, and laughed and cheered with those in grades ahead of and behind them. Comment?
... This Day in History, Tourism, Out & About, Movies & Videos, Restaurant Menus, Recipes, & Pets riday morning the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce welcomed another business to the community with a ribbon-cut. Uncle Buck's Trading Post has been ... Comment?
T he May Senior of the Month at Lincoln Community High School is Morgan Lacefield of Lincoln. Comment?
Jill Hower of the Zonta Club of Lincoln presented the Young Women in Public Affairs Scholarship to Melissa Anne Studach, a senior, at Pleasant Plains High School on May 14. Comment?