LOCAL  NEWS

2008

Action! Courthouse becomes movie set

Photos of WILL-TV PBS [Univ. of IL] at Mt. Pulaski Courthouse


Illinois State Board of Education - Student Assessments

eReport Card Public Site

Prairie State Achievement Exam [PSAE] information

MPHS Score Results & Comparisons

Illinois PSAE 2008 Overall Results


Christmas Holidays in Mount Pulaski

When Mom Made Christmas Cookies - A 2008 Mt. Pulaski Poem

 

Dec 20 Update: Simonson Flooring Building is gone

Dec 17 Flu season gets the jump on Logan County

Dec 16 Not So Jolly: It's a tough job market for teens

Dec 16 It's eagle-watching time in Illinois

Dec 10 Mike Lawrence:  Illinois shamed, embarrassed by Blagojevich - The governor of Illinois, whose budgetary recklessness has led the state to the precipice of fiscal collapse, now stands accused of being a truly evil Knievel

Dec 17 Ag group proposes helping hungry, additional moves to stimulate farm economy

Dec 10 Our Opinion:  Blagojevich must resign now - if five-plus years of utterly inept governance have not made it obvious enough, U.S.Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald's criminal complaint Tuesday did:  It is time for Rod Blagojevich to step down as governor of Illinois

Dec 10 Impeachment is an option, but it's complicated

Dec 10 Blagojevich arrest adds to Illinois' corruption lore

Washington Post:
Dec 9
Illinois Gov. Arrested on Corruption Charges

U.S. attorney says Blagojevich went on a "crime spree," trying to "sell" Obama's vacant Senate seat and shaking down contractors for campaign funds.

Carrie Johnson, Peter Slevin, William Branigin | 1:44

Arrest Muddies Political Waters

The Fix | Arrest's impact reaches into Senate, governor's mansion and national political scene.

Chris Cillizza | 10:59 a.m. ET

Chicago Tribune:
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ec 9 Lt. Gov. Quinn urges Blagojevich to 'step aside'

Federal prosecutors allege he ...

Put 'for sale' sign on appointment of Obama's replacement
Tried to get Tribune editorial board members fired as part of a Cubs deal
Has brought Illinois to 'a truly new low'

More:

Criminal complaint: Blagojevich called Senate seat 'a [expletive] valuable thing'
Tribune editor: Prosecutors asked to delay some stories
Eric Zorn: Charges 'staggering,' even by Illinois standards | Video
Reader reaction: 'It's about time' | More reaction: Other sites, other voices
Timeline: On the trail of corruption
Chicago magazine profile of Blagojevich: Mr. Un-Popularity (February 2008)

Dec 9 Governor, chief of staff arrested in 'political corruption crime spree'

Dec 9 Prosecutor: Crimes would 'make Lincoln roll over'

Dec 9 U.S. attorney: Gov. tried to sell Obama Senate seat - Democratic Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was arrested
today on federal corruption charges related to the selection of President-elect Barack Obama's Senate successor.

Dec 8 Wally Kautz: Mount Pulaski is his home and its people are his family

Dec 3 FBI agents stage sting to snare corrupt Ill. cops

Dec 3 Study flunks 49 states in college affordability

Dec 3 US soldiers re-enlisting because of poor economy

Dec 3 Divorce rate increases in Marine Corps, Army

Dec 1 Mt. Pulaski Community Band to give annual Christmas Concert

Dec 1 Students lie, cheat, steal, but say they're good

Dec 1 Exclusive aerial view of wind farm (pictorial)

Dec 1 What are those interesting lines and circles on the ground to the north of Lincoln?

Dec 1 Doors close at Dana-Thomas House

Nov 28 The GIVING in Thanksgiving: Guzzardo family and employees give back to community

Nov 26 Locals honor LaHood

Nov 20 'Mighty' Lake Fork keeps community center open with community effort

Nov 20 Lady 'Toppers may be season's surprise

Although Mount Pulaski girls are known for their volleyball, the Lady 'Toppers are looking to put its basketball team on the map.

Nov 20 Vinegar Hill marks its 20th Christmas event

Nov 20 Author heads to Vinegar Hill

Nov 18 Districts struggle to keep art, music in schools

Nov 15 Hilltoppers return 'heart' to court

Nov 15 Corn Crop piling up - Elkhart elevator cleared for 6 months of temporary outside storage

Nov 15 Lincoln’s wettest years

Nov 14 State’s unpaid bills hit $4 billion

Nov 11 A front-row seat to the election process

Nov 11 You landed your dream school, but yikes — it’s not cheap!

Nov 11 College How To: Easy help for students set on college

Nov 11 The great Beyond: Finding your ideal college

Each fall, high-school seniors across the country gear up to do what they’ve been preparing for most of their high-school career: apply for college

Emerald ash borer inches closer

By Staff and wire reports

Nov 7 Rahm Emanuel, U.S. Representative, received an honoray doctorate degree from Lincoln College in 2007
        President-elect Barack Obama has named Emanuel his Chief of Staff

Nov 6 Who will replace Obama in Senate?

Nov 6 Farmers race storm front to finish harvest

Nov 5 IL voters nix Constitutional Convention

Nov 5 ‘President Obama’ History, pride and power. For Illinois, all were enhanced Tuesday by the election of Barack Obama, the state’s junior senator, as president of the United States. “It’s going to bring an enormous amount of prestige and power to this state,” said state Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias

Nov 5 Logan County supports McCain, voter turnout settles at about 65%
    Logan County's vote is in and more than 13,000 people had their say.  The numbers how a 65.5 percent voter turnout - about the same as '04

Oct 30 Cover up tattoos, some employees told - or lose your job

Oct 29 Logan jobless rate climbs - but our county may be catching a break

Oct 27 Prairie State Achievement Exams - Illinois test scores show split results - elementary school kids doing better

Oct 27 'Tis the season for ragweed's potent pollen

Oct 24 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum offers half-price admission

Oct 24 Lincoln College meets with disgruntled neighbors

Oct 23 Wind-aided fire destroys 2 homes & 2cars in Elkhart - 1 fireman injured

          Fire - Lincoln Daily News
          Fire - Bloomington Pantagraph - Both homes likely 'total losses' in wind-fueled fire

Oct 23 Southern Illinois prison staff concerned about next round of Pontiac transfers

Oct 20 Armyworms attacking pastures, wheat in Texas

Oct 20 Corn, soybeans look good, prices don’t

Oct 20 A. Lincoln (Oct 16. 1858)  Rally  - Rally Re-enactment held on Oct. 16, 2008

Oct 18 State Free of Soybean Rust in '08

Oct 18  Appellate Court declines to halt Pontiac inmate transfers

Oct 18  Route 66 Heritage Project to unveil tourism development plans

Oct 18  Shutting down parks could force state to pay back federal funds

Oct 16  Area churches help feed needy families

Oct 16 New Technology Keeping Farmers  ahead  of the game

Oct 14 McCain has lost control of his forces

Oct 14 As Economy Sinks, Officials Fear [More & More] Violent Solutions - many people already doing so!

Oct 10 A. Lincoln (Oct 16. 1858)  Rally Planning Finalized - Rally Re-enactment will be Oct. 16, 2008

Oct 9 Lawmakers' attempt to save state sites might go nowhere - Some diverted monies could be off-limits

Oct 8 Lincoln Museum changes name -- ‘Lincoln Heritage’ moniker to reflect mission of collection
Oct 7
Financial turmoil hits grain prices
Sept 26 Local fans remember Yankee and Shea

Sept 22 The Associated Press: Report: Kids misplaced in algebra

Report: Kids misplaced in algebra. — More kids than ever are taking algebra in eighth grade but not necessarily ...

Sept 22 Lawmakers return today; focus likely to be on Senate - In a state known for the black eyes of corruption and scandal, ethics reform doesn’t come easily.

Sept 22 183rd’s last F-16 leaving this week - Hangar to get $6 million makeover for unit’s new mission

Sept 18 Pat Quinn pushes to keep state parks open - Lieutenant governor starts online petition drive

Sept 18 Teachers: Book is relevant - Lincoln Community High School and some local parents embroiled over school reading material

Sept 18 Governor is Stranger to Targeted Parks

Sept 16 Flood threat eases for 2 rivers, but dense fog hassles motorists

Sept 15 Area gets heavy drenching

Sept 13 Historic Barn Tours

Annual Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival Photos

Sept 12 "NOW HE BELONGS TO THE AGES" - A Presentation of Abraham Lincoln’s Life, Death and Funeral.

Sept 10 Lincoln Funeral Exhibit Adds More Features
Official hours for public viewing of the free exhibit on Saturday are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. - however, the
Lincoln Illinois Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home “will be open until the last person goes through.”

Sept 3 Attendance lags at historic sites - Tourism down even before state forced cutbacks

Sept 2 State to lay off 450, close parks, historic sites - DCFS losing most of the jobs; Dana-Thomas House to close

Aug 25 Seniors must file returns by Oct. 15 to get rebate

Aug 25 Illinois speakers kick off Democratic National Convention

Aug 25 Midwest Tech embraces change - New courses, campuses help school attract students

Aug 23 The year starts early for teachers preparing classrooms

Aug 23 Discovering South Dakota

Aug 23 Experts use ‘Dark Knight’ to measure society’s ideas of good vs. evil

Aug 23 Green thumbs overcome bad dirt and too much shade

Aug 22 Measles outbreaks may be linked to vaccine fears

photos Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Lawn Ceremony - Aug. 22, 2008

Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church - USA Military Remembrance Day

"RUN FOR THE FALLEN"

Aug 20 A son of illegal immigrants, U.S. wrestler hoists his flag

Aug 18 Wind farm work to begin on Tazewell Co. turbines

Aug 11 Mt. Pulaski girl’s pin to be sold at Branson park

Aug 11
Two with ties to Mt. Pulaski school know how to call hubbies

Aug 9
59 years of seed sales

Aug 9
"witness tree" to the Battle of Gettysburg falls - 3 remain

Aug 5
Turning green to get some green: Recycling facilities are busy

Aug 5 Closed Abe site annoys tourists - 114 visitors unaware New Salem shuts down

Aug 4 Scramblers steal show

Aug 4 Local talent takes to the stage - Audrey Maske wins 1st place at Logan County Fair in vocal competition

Aug 2 Did someone say GIS?  - GIS “integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information

July 30 Soggy start
 

Organization says historic sites budget cuts will cost plenty


Cuts rob icing off plans for Abe’s birthday

By By Pete Sherman

Local volunteers negate historic site budget cuts

By Nancy Rollings Saul

July 22 Mt. Pulaski Storm Photos

July 22 Storm dumps rain, hail

July 22 St. Louis-area firefighter dies in apparent ambush
July 21
Ash borer moves toward Springfield Area

July 21st Storm Hits Mt. Pulaski and vicinity

     

 

July 21 Logan County makes Ag disaster list

July 21 Ash killer creeping into central Illinois

July 19 Fund created to aid Brinkerhoff Home

July 18 ‘Futile effort’

July 16 Wind farm flies in Logan Co. ...

         ... but ill winds are blowing in Tazewell County

            Tazewell snarled in internal wind farm feud

            Bureau Co. to fine wind farm

            El Paso wind project on hold

July 14 Heavy rains saturate Logan County

July 14  Cooking up kindness

July 12 Camp COCO: A place to boost kids’ spirits

July 12 Soaked again - parts of Mt. Pulaski area gets over 5"

July 12 Flash flood warning in effect for parts of Logan County
Nearly 6" in parts of city of Mt. Pulaski & Vicinity

 

July 12 Woman who left scene of injury accident sentenced to 90 days in jail

July 12 New Decatur teachers to have more mentoring help as they begin their careers

July 12
B-17 Flying Fortress a flight down memory lane for World War II veteran

July 15 Youth substance abuse campaign targets parents

July 15 Critics claim budget cuts are too deep

 

 

 

 

 
































 

 



 

 

July 11 Blagojevich cuts historic sites budget in half

July 11 Mt. Pulaski plans trimming, cleaning

July 7 No poor sports: Teach young athletes to have a good attitude

July 7 What makes a patriot?

July 7 ‘Brain fitness’ market booming|
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July 6 Ball Brothers in Concert

July 4
Traditions, fun and solemn, mark July Fourth

July 3 THE GOOD OLD DAYS

July 3 Ball Brothers visit Mt. Pulaski

July 3 Oasis senior center in downtown Lincoln is offering income-eligible
        shoppers age 60 and older free coupons they can use to buy fruits and

      vegetables from the Lincoln Farmer's Market

July 3 Farmers market switches to evening hours

July 3 Wind farm clears panel

July 1 Floods fail to dampen crop outlook

June 30
Artist unearths his Fifties Abe print

June 30 183rd Fighter Wing assigned two non-flying missions

June 23 Lincoln College to host groundbreaking for gymnasium and museum on Wednesday

 

July  4th

 
VFW Southern Fried Chicken Dinner  VFW HALL - South Side of Square

11:30 -1:30

Mt. Pulaski City-Wide Garage Sales                                            Dawn to Dusk
Mt. Pulaski City Fire Works                                          Frazier Park     

June 29 photosVintage Fashion Show Photos

All TVs must go digital by 2009


 

 

 

June 21 Chestnut Fire Dept 50th ANNIVERSARY

June 20 Flood’s worst seems over

June 20
Logan Co. has high incidence of poisonous radon

June 20 Hearings on wind farm continue, will stretch late into next week

June 19
Thru the Garden Gate

June 20
Lincoln's Hampton Inn opens for business

June 18
Flood Blog: Closed bridges force motorists to take other routes

June 18
County approves enterprise zone extension for Monsanto

une 18
What types of friends do you have?

Rev. Peter Cartwright Re-enactment - Mt. Pulaski Methodist Church
5 pm - Sat., June 14, 2008

- - - was friend & political foe of Abraham Lincoln - - -

June 11 Missing woman's death investigated; foul play suspected

June 11
January-May third wettest weather since 1895

June 11
Walter Williams: Thought experiment - Are Americans pro-slavery?

June 11 Flooded Sangamon receding in some parts, rising at others

June 11
Flooding pushes corn prices to record highs

June 11 Madigan circulating impeachment 'talking points'

June 10 Britt:  Cartoon on the AFSCME 'crocodile' shedding tears and eating up taxpayers

June 10 Kathleen Parker:  Go ahead and smile, now's the time (political opinion)

June 9 Britt: Cartoon on Gov. Blagojevich and impeachment

June 8
A lesson in American history: 'Lee and Grant' exhibit at St. Louis museum

June 7 Zone expansion good business

June 7 Black cutworms on the move in the Corn Belt

June 7 Illinois rolls in pork

June 7 Mt. Pulaski HS Grad Makes Consulting Magazine Annual Year's Top 25

June 6 Flooded Farmers play waiting game

June 6  Weather spotters keep eye on the Storms

June 6 Bomke: Blagojevich shows interest in former LDC site

June 5  Lincoln-Logan County Chamber of commerce hires new Executive Director

June 5  Governor concedes dropping the ball on Lincoln Estates

June 5 Score 2 for Wind Farm - Tazwell & Logan Counties

June 4 Three more storms roar through area

June 3
City (Lincoln) breaks on policy, agrees to hire new police officer

June 3 The body found in Salt Creek last week has been positively identified as Billy Ray Eskew

June 3
Too hot to handle

June 1
Our Opinion: City ("Springfield") must strive to live up to Lincoln’s vision

June 1 Remembering the riot - In August 1908, violence erupted in Springfield after a white woman alleged (later admitted it was fabricated) a black man had sexually assaulted her

June 1 Tornado victims clean up - Friday’s storm had a destructive 10 minutes near Waverly

May 31 Collier ends 39-year run

May 31 Weather slams Illinois


                          Photo by Rob Siebert - May 30, 2008                            Photo by Erich Maxheimer

May 27 Illinois National Bank Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - May 29, 2008

Mt. Pulaski  MEMORIAL  DAY  CEREMONIES - May 26, '08

Lincoln Courier Report on Mt. Pulaski Memorial Services - May 27, '08

Major Wendell Lowry, III US Army - Memorial Day Speech
[click here to view the speech]


"Dear Lord, Lest I continue My complacent way . . . "
[click here for Eleanor Roosevelt's War-time Prayer]

Memorial salute at Steenbergen

 

 

 


 

May 27  Atlanta’s Hoblit Seed gets new owner

May 23 Filled up, fed up

May 23
Brothers in arms

May 23 
Atlanta's Hoblit Seed Company Gets New owner

May 16 Appraiser: Wind farm won’t cut property values

May 15 Brian Clements - local resident, now a rookie Lincoln Cop

May 15 New: Jobless claims up in sign of further weakness

May 15  Authorities looking for missing 18-year-old

May 12  Care costs rise as veteran population declines

May 12 Who's happier -- older or younger?

May 11 United ending flights to D.C from Springfield's Abraham Lincoln Airport

May 10 Wind farm plans advance

May 9 42 Illinois counties designated as heritage area

May 9
Logan County lands in federal heritage territory

May 8
Retooled FutureGen plans unveiled

        - Energy Department begins comment period on revisions

May 8 State representatives reject recommendation for pay hike - but pay checks could be
        getting higher, anyway!


May 8
House passes measure to let police carry guns on college campuses

May 8 Tour offers access to Lindsay Home servant’s quarters, renovated sites

May 7
Fight shapes up over Pontiac prison closing

May 7 Wind farm hearings will draw crowds

May 7 New point of view for Chick Lanphier's telescope
        - Observatory to be dedicated near Pleasant Plains

May 7 Ash killer traps going up in area

May 5  Medical Service Returns to Mt. Pulaski

May 4
Teen fatalities decline in Illinois

Apr 30
Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area in Illinois
Apr 29  Springfield Lake water has traces of drugs

Apr 29 Logan County Extension copes with funds crisis
           Office cuts staff hours, looks at fees for workshops

Apr 29 Mercury fails to make deep plunge - "tomatoes dogged a bullet"

Apr 26
Gas prices change plans for vacations


ABATE tour - April 27, '08

Apr 26 Wet weather keeps farmers out of fields
         Just 1% of Illinois corn planted compared to 9% last year

Apr 25 With funding promises unfulfilled, SWCDs begin closing doors

Apr 25 Lincoln Courier Building for Sale - History of the Courier

Elderhostel Tour - Lunch & Courthouse Presentation - April 23, '08

Apr 23 In Chicago, fears of a long, bloody summer

Apr 23 First-quarter home sales dive 19%

Apr 23
NBA star Iguodala remembers his teacher

Apr 23
Students battle bullying

Williamsville pupils take their campaign on the read


Apr 23
Cargill/Pillsbury plant sold

Unknown if buyer will recycle structures or develop site

Apr 21 Chatham, sanitary district pay lobbyists $2,000 a month
Price is part of $5M per yearspent by local governments

Apr 20 Crop prices race with costs
Expenses eat into possibly good profits

Apr 18 Earthquake rattles Central Illinois, but no major damage reported

Apr 18 Midwest gets wake-up jolt

Apr 18 What Does the Future Hold for Illiopolis's Formosa?

Apr 18 EARTHQUAKE IN S. ILLINOIS - 4:30 AM - APRIL 18, 2008
NO DAMAGE IN MT. PULASKI & VICINITY, IT APPEARS -
BUT MANY OF US WERE AWAKENED BY IT!
~epicenter 6 mi north of Mount Carmel, IL - 220 mi south of Mt. Pulaski and 130 mi E. of STL~

Apr 10 Senate approves Durbin's Lincoln Heritage Legislation

Apr 10 Wind may be farmers’ new crop
 Proposal to build 25,000-acre wind farm southwest of Taylorville

Apr 9 IHSA settles feud with press

Apr 8
Wind farm will rebuild rural roads
County ironing out details with wind energy company


Apr 3
Tazewell forges ahead on wind farm
Hearings continue despite temporary halt in Logan County


Apr 2
Wind farm opponents air concerns, comments
Tazewell zoning panel hears from group that halted Logan meetings

Mar 29 Prices for food staples hit highest mark in 20 years, experts say

Mar 29 Farmers’ decisions on corn could be key for consumers

Mar 29
Farmers enjoy economic upturn - Rising input costs loom on horizon

Mar 29
Abe, Route 66 share cover of visitor’s guide

Mar 28 Lake Fork gears up for its annual crowd

Mar 26
Action! Courthouse becomes movie set

Photos of WILL-TV PBS [Univ. of IL] at Mt. Pulaski Courthouse
March 24 - 27

Mar 24 Smile for the speed-enforcement camera
Van’s technology will catch speeders in work zones


Mar 24 How to lower the pain at the pump

Mar 22 Area schools make grade
Financially speaking, most are on the state’s honor roll

Mar 22 Danner Trust to fund Mill windows

Mar 17 Son of Former Pulaskian Plans to be a Commercial Pilot

Mar 17 Nurse believes in the healing qualities of herbs

Mar 17 100 mpg car could be worth $10 million
Local team working to design one

Mar 14 Pork farmers face lean times

Mar 12 MPGS State 7-2A Champs!
Class 2A 8th Grade in State Action this weekend

Mar 12  1 in 4 teen girls have STD

Mar 7 Commander Warns of al-Qaida Threat to US

Mar 7 Painting of Lincoln speech will be kept under wraps

Mar 6 Wettest February Ends 3rd-Wettest Winter

Mar 6  Springfield's Westminster celebrates
architect as well as 100th anniversary


Mar 5 Prepare,prepare,prepare

Agency gears up for storm season

Mar 5 Getting ready for the worst
Published Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Mar 4 Cost of water leak at Capitol at least $150,000

Mar 2 Lincoln's Thinking - University Letters Offers Insight Into
President Lincoln & his Civil War Tribulations

Feb 28 Students in stitches with gifts -
            Mt. Pulaski Lutheran school children make lap quilts

Feb 27 Had enough of winter? Season has soaked, socked the area

Feb 27 New U.S. Submarines Trade Nukes for SEALs

Feb 23 Hollywood Abuzz With Oscar Preparations

Feb 22 New Logan visitor’s guide to be available next month

Feb 22 Flu bug begins to bite - Health Dept. still offers vaccinations

Feb 22 Hot Tri-Valley team eliminates Hilltoppers at Delavan Regional

Feb 22 Another 4-5" of the white stuff hits Mt. Pulaski

  this front moved through --- 11am  - 2pm  today
       But so far, the freezing rain (purple) hit the poor folks south and east of us!

Feb 22 (Feb 17)  Presidential Library Says it Has the Last Ax Lincoln Used

Feb 20

Feb 20  

Feb 20 Total Lunar Eclipse

Feb 19 Pontiac assessment finds more flood damage

Feb 19 Watseka fights against floods, FEMA

Feb 18 2 in Logan Co. wreck show improvement

Feb 17 University shooter's girlfriend: 'I couldn't believe it'

Feb 17 4 Killed, 2 others injured in crash near Middletown

Feb 16 Man's quick action probably saved 2 young men's lives

Feb 16 Study: MRAP refusal led to Marine deaths

Feb 15 Foreclosure’ becomes familiar word - Local homeowners get snared in nationwide housing crisis

Feb 14 Little Athletes, Big Injuries

Feb 13 Douglass reunited with Lincoln on stage for president’s birthday

Feb 12 Main St. gets funds for Abe project IL. Bi-Centennial panel awards group $56,000

Feb 12 Courthouse Replica "Bank" Give-away draws a crowd on Abe's Birthday

Feb 11 4th Annual Abraham Lincoln Logan County Banquet - Awards - Speaker

 A. Lincoln Presidental Ball   Governor's Mansion, Feb. 9, 2008

Feb 11 County Celebrations Salute Lincoln

Feb 6 One of last 2 WWI vets in US dies

3rd Annual Catholic Church TRIVIA Night Feb. 9, 7 pm

1854 Cast Iron Tombstone Re-enactment Mt. Pulaski Courthouse - Feb. 10, 2 pm

4th Annual Logan County Abraham Lincoln Birthday Banquet - Feb. 10, 5 pm

Feb 4 Springfield's 1908 Race Riot

Feb 4 Flu season hits Central Illinois hard

Feb 4 Fog creating travel problems around state


Feb 4 Courthouse Replicas to be Distributed Feb. 10 and Feb. 12 at the Courthouse

Feb 4 Widespread Dense Fog Across Central Illinois

Feb 4 New Main Street leader lists goals

Feb 4 Former Springfieldian poised to nab an Oscar - ‘Juno’ co-produced by Lanphier graduate

Feb 4 Mass ends diocesan stage of Sheen's path to sainthood

V.F.W. Annual Pancake-Sausage Breakfast SUPER BOWL

Feb 1 WHITE OUT     7-plus inches of snow falls here [10" in Mt. Pulaski]

Feb 1 Treacherous weather blankets bulk of nation’s midsection

Jan 29 - WEATHER RECORD!

Jan 25 Mt Pulaski Zion Lutheran purchases Elkhart Grade School - Dedication is on March 9, 2008

Jan 25 Cold takes toll on firefighters - Two go to hospital after battling flames in sub-zero weather

Jan 24 Hospitals to get wound facilities - Centers to offer latest techniques

Jan 24 Transit vote may have killed construction funds

Jan 19 New Images of Lincoln Inaugural Found

Jan 19 The Abraham Lincoln Blog

PHYSICIAN NEEDED IN MT. PULASKI

Jan 19 Mis-labled photos of Abe’s 2nd Inauguration turn up in archives

Jan 18 Photos found of Lincoln's second inauguration

Jan 18 Photos of Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address

Jan 12 County Clerk Announces Voter Registration Period Extended

Jan 12 INB completes takeover of Mount Pulaski bank, branch

Jan 10 Phone on, mind off, task force is told

Jan 9 WTVP makes final pitch to its creditors

Jan 6 "A Winter's Tail" - Parade Magazine Photo submitted by Erich Maxheimer of Chestnut

Jan 2 USC Trojans vs. U of I Fighting Illinois Football  "Searching for Answers"

Jan 2 Old teeth may help modern problems  -  Area mammoth may show how animals adapt

Jan 1 Alice Armstrong: Cultural attitudes stack the odds against teachers

Jan 1 Pipe Hype: Anticipation high for Sangamon portion of natural gas pipeline


Outrage: The 1908 Springfield Race Riot