NEWS  2011

 

McGwire opens up about steroid admission

Story Highlights

Mark McGwire is in a better place now that he's come clean about his past

McGwire is the rare player to admit using steroids and not just other substances

McGwire still believes that steroids had nothing to do with his performance



Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/tom_verducci/01/11/verducci.mcgwire.steroids/index.html?cnn=yes#ixzz0cOrhRPRA
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McGwire opens up about steroid admission

Story Highlights

Mark McGwire is in a better place now that he's come clean about his past

McGwire is the rare player to admit using steroids and not just other substances

McGwire still believes that steroids had nothing to do with his performance



Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/tom_verducci/01/11/verducci.mcgwire.steroids/index.html?cnn=yes#ixzz0cOrhRPRA
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McGwire opens up about steroid admission

Story Highlights

Mark McGwire is in a better place now that he's come clean about his past

McGwire is the rare player to admit using steroids and not just other substances

McGwire still believes that steroids had nothing to do with his performance



Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/tom_verducci/01/11/verducci.mcgwire.steroids/index.html?cnn=yes#ixzz0cOrhRPRA
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McGwire opens up about steroid admission

Story Highlights

Mark McGwire is in a better place now that he's come clean about his past

McGwire is the rare player to admit using steroids and not just other substances

McGwire still believes that steroids had nothing to do with his performance



Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/tom_verducci/01/11/verducci.mcgwire.steroids/index.html?cnn=yes#ixzz0cOrhRPRA
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  Mt. Pulaski VFW Post 777 on 25th annual Christmas giving to veterans at Vonderlieth
  Dec 24 Scrapbook tells how Rudolph went down in history
  Dec 23 Understanding Iran: U.S. athlete reveals his inside story
  Dec 23 Atheists and church groups are squaring off in California about how the atheists have won most of a public park's display space that had been used for a Nativity scene. "There's a very militant atheist movement that's trying to drive out vestiges of the truth. They're trying to deny the truth that this nation is founded on Christian principles."
  Dec 22 Three Mount Pulaski High School students have been named Illinois State Scholars for 2012-13
  Dec 21 Farm Bureau committees donate to county food pantry
  Dec 21 Drought may have killed a half-billion trees, Texas Forest Service says
  Dec 20 Mt. Pulaski Community Christmas Cantata
  Dec 19 Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Christmas Program
 

Dec 18 (Lincoln Courier article: Oct 19) Farmers make up for soggy 2009

  Dec 18 Former child maid from Egypt becomes US citizen
  Dec 18 Despite rancor, General Assembly achieved much in 2011
  Dec 18 Hearing in Gee murder case canceled
  Dec 18 Sj-R: New Madrid fault study to prep for potential quake
  Dec 18 The Mississippi River Ran Backward
  Dec 18 New Madrid cut loose 200 years ago - quake today could prove deadly hundreds of miles from epicenter
  Dec 18 For Missouri students, no debate on cellphone use
  Dec 14 Paul Beaver - Lincoln College History Emeritus - announces new book:  The Last Farm Boy - to be released in a few days
       Lincoln Daily-News On-line - [Dec. 14th article]
       Lincoln Courier - [Dec 14th article]
  Dec 9 Erich Maxheimer - awarded Univ. of Illinois Air Force ROTC Scholarship
 
 
 


(3) 1860's Buildings Razed Due to Neglect

GOING  . . .

               . . . GOING . . .

                                  . . . GONE ! ! !

Lincoln Daily News: Nov 7
Article: Powell State Farm Agency survives a rough week
Photos:  Inside & outside of caved-in buildings

 

 
Mt. Pulaski Red History Books are here!
 

Nov 17 LDN:Study: Illinois ranks high in taxes on poor families
Nov 15 SJ-R: Numbers of 'poorest of poor' climbing
Nov 14 LDN:  Elkhart dedicates 'Heritage Corner'
Nov 15 Lincoln Courier: Christmas on Vinegar Hill to take place in Mount Pulaski (23rd Annual)
Nov 15 Lincoln Courier: Shelley Letterle wins breast cancer awareness basket

  Nov 14 SR-J : Avoid these fitness myths
Nov 14 SR-J : State facilities remain in jeopardy despite COGFA vote
Nov 13 SR-J : Looking good at 75: Lincoln Memorial Garden & Nature Center
Nov 12 New York Times:: On Campus, a Law Enforcement System to Itself
Nov 11 Caterpillar to build new North America plant -
add jobs in Decatur and Peoria
Lincoln Daily News: Nov 7
Article: Powell State Farm Agency survives a rough week
Photos:  Inside & outside of caved-in buildings
 






 

              
  




Nov. 11, 2011                                                          Nov. 12, 2011

 

Nov. 11  Photos:  Mt. Pulaski vs. Spirngfield Lutheran
Nov. 11 Mount Pulaski moves into 1A volleyball title match
Nov 12
SJ-R: 1A State Volleyball Tournament: Mount Pulaski tops Lutheran
Nov 12
Lincoln Courier: CLASS 1A VOLLEYBALL: Hard-hitting Hilltoppers -Offensive attack sends Mount Pulaski to Class 1A state championship match

 

SJ-R (Nov 11) 1A State Volleyball: Hilltoppers rely on stellar junior class

SJ-R (Nov 11) 1A State Volleyball: Lutheran depends on Quigg and Roat

 

Nov 6 Zakaria:
Part 1: Fix education, restore social mobility -data shows that its much easier to climb the socio-economic ladder in many parts of Europe than USA
Part 2:  Fix education, restore social mobility

NY City teacher earns only $23,000 / yr

Assoc Press: Poorest poor in US hits new record: 1 in 15 people

  Nov 4 Sue Beaver, former Mt. Pulaskian, is The Courier's Citizen of the Month
  Nov 3 The Courier CLASS 1A VOLLEYBALL: Hilltoppers defeat Titans again -
On the verge of elimination, Mount Pulaski outside hitter Erika Leever stepped into the spotlight and carried the Hilltoppers to a sectional championship
 

Nov 1 Hilltoppers head into sectional final  As Mount Pulaski controlled the ball, Broadlands Heritage didn’t.  The Hilltoppers (23-15 overall) advanced to the title match of the  IHSA Class 1A Volleyball Mount Pulaski Sectional Tournament after sweeping the Hawks 25-21, 25-8 on Tuesday
Nov 2 Decatur Herald & Review Mount Pulaski rolls into rematch

 

Oct 31 Decatur Herald & Review
 Mt. Pulaski helps create home for veterans in need in Decatur

Oct. 31 Meet your neighbor - Michael McCrea - Owner of Mt. Pulaski Botanica

Oct. 31 County schools fall short of federal test guidelines

Oct. 31 Lincoln Daily News  St. Thomas Aquinas celebrates 150 yrs.

Oct. 31 Lincoln Daily News  Celebration Photos

Oct 31 Lincoln Courier Bishop helps church toast its 150th year

Oct 28 Lincoln Courier St. Thomas Aquinas Celebrates 150 Years

 

Oc t 29 SJ-R 35-year-old Lincoln murders cleared by inmate's deathbed confession

Oc t 29 Lincoln Courier: a Monster from Logan County has died in Prison - admitted to more murders

St. Thomas Aquinas 150th Anniversary Celebration ~ public Invited ~

Oct 28 Lincoln Courier St. Thomas Aquinas Celebrates 150 Years

Oct 26 Study says Generation X is balanced and happy -once labeled
 "slackers," detached and melancholic (not now true)

 Oct 22 Mt. Pulaski Rotary dedicates new tree at Veteran's Memorial in MP Cemetery

Oct 18 U.S. deportations reach historic levels

Oct 18 Mount Pulaski Rotary to celebrate 75th birthday

Oct 17 Spielberg's Lincoln movie added to local vet's long list of credits

Daniel Day-Lewis to Play Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg-Directed Biopic

  Oct 17 Spielberg's Lincoln movie added to local vet's long list of credits
 

Oct 11 Mayor urges residents to 'write and rally' for Logan Correctional Center

Oct 6 Steve Jobs Dies: Apple Chief Innovated Personal Computer, Created iPad, iPod, iPhone
Oct 5 The Scully Family -- Farming the Prairie' - Nov. 4
Oct 4  Lincoln man indicted by feds for fraud in grain elevator ops
Oct 3 Teachers learn about clouds, iPads & apps

 

 

 

Oct 1  In this undated photo, the crew of the Kodiak-based Coast Guard Cutter Munro monitors the Bangun Perkasa, a stateless fishing vessel suspected of illegal large-scale high-seas drift net fishing

 

in Alaska. When Coast Guard crews boarded the ship Friday about 2,600 miles southwest of Kodiak, they found 30 tons of squid and 30 shark carcasses aboard. Workers tried to dump more than 10 miles of net, but it was retrieved.

AP photo provided by the United States Coast Guard

 

 


USS Spruance DDG 111

Sept 28 1,500 Prisoners may be housed in gyms if Logan Co. facility is closed
Sept 28 SJ-R: Our Opinion: Begin pension fix by closing loophole - "a huge slap in the face to taxpayers"
Sept 28  Impact of Prison closings would run deep

  Sept 23 State begins Asian carp anti-hunger program
  Sept 22 Cline convicted of child's murder
Sept 21 Closing remarks in Cline trial presented 2 different scenarios
 

9/11 Remembrance Gathering

 

  LDN 9-11 Remembrance Gathering

Video:  The 9/11 Memorial opens in New York City ten years after the attack on the World Trade Center

Mt. Pulaski Remembrance Gathering   2 pm - Sunday, Sept 11, 2011

Sept 12 Lincoln Daily News On-Line

 Sept 12
  LDN Album 1    
LDN Album 2     LDN Album 3     LDN Album 4

LDN Pie Makers, Cupcake Bakers & Custom Wheels come to Vinegar Hill

Sept 13 Lincoln Courier:  Four generations of the Willard Remmert family

Sept 13 Lincoln Courier: Mount Pulaski Fall Festival Parade Grand Marshals

Sept 8 Lincoln Courier: Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival

 
"Remember Me"
  Sept 8 Lincoln Courier - Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival
 

Sept 7 Hoerbert, Irwin and Stoll in state fair dairy competition

Aug 21 Springfield Iles Elem gets IB Accreditation - only downstate IB school

  Sept 7 August: Drought arrives in Illinois
 

Sept 7 Lincoln VFW: New name, new community mission

Sept 7 Local Students receive 4-H Scholarships
Sept 2 Drought drags on - area now under severe drought conditions
 

  Sept 1 Early harvest begins, but yields are all over the map
Sept 1 8 county veterans to take Honor Flight Sept. 13
 

Aug 31 NOMADS spend the day in Lincoln
Aug 28 Bin Laden's key deputy seen as very hard to replace for al Qaeda
Aug 24 LDN On-Line: Mount Pulaski hail damage extensive
Aug 24 LDN On-Line:: NWS completes hail report: Mt. Pulaski wins for bigges

  Aug 24 LDN On-Line: Lincoln, Mt. Pulaski total 5,450 lbs. in Stamp-Out-Hunger Campaign
 

  

LIN DAILY-NEWS on-line:
 Aug 2011 Balloon Festival & Chalk Art

LIN COURIER:
 Balloon Festival & Chalk Art

 

Aug 23 Lincoln Elks ending seasonal food service early - looking for options
Aug 23 Springfield's Capital College Prep Academy

 
  Aug 21 Springfield Iles Elem gets IB Accreditation - only downstate IB school
 

LincolnDailyNews:  2011 ILLINOIS STATE FAIR

 

  Aug 13 Hail Damage in Mt. Pulaski
Aug 15 Lin. Courier: Durbin Visits Logan County Democrats
Aug 15
Lin. Courier:  Hail Batters Mt. Pulaski
Aug 15 Lincoln DailyNews Senator Richard Durbin Visits Lincoln

 

Aug 12 Progress for Logan County Public Transportation system

Aug 12 USA Chinook Crash Victims
Aug 12
Volunteers prepare the long line of foodstuffs at last night's mobile food pantry

  Aug 11 US Sen. Richard Durbin to visit Logan County Democrats Saturday

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL)  -  Visits Mt. Pulaski June 3, 2005

  Aug 4 Regional superintendents: We'll stay without pay for a little longer
  Aug 4 Elkhart to take tax hit from change at Viper Mine
  Aug 4 Robert and Jo Ellen Maske: their labor of love at the fair
Aug 210 habits of highly organized people
Aug 1
Community colleges step in to fill 'skills gap'
      Logan County Fair . . . Aug 2 - 7, 2011
  Aug 2 LDN numbers keep growing, including Facebook totals
  Aug 2  10 habits of highly organized people
Aug 1
Community colleges step in to fill 'skills gap'
July 30
Replica of Wright brothers 1910 plane crashes in Ohio, killing 2
 

July 30 Replica of Wright brothers 1910 plane crashes in Ohio, killing 2
July 21 Why one good teacher has decided to quit
July 21
Feds probe school's 'neutrality,' bullying
July 20 
Mt. Pulaski Community Band Concert - July 20th
Photos & Program

 
Margaret's Funeral
  July 20 Attorneys: Beason murder suspect's rights violated
 
  July 19 Abe the Bruiser? Abe “The Animal” Lincoln?
  July 19 Defy your age: What truly helps you stay younger inside and out
 

July 14175th Anniversary Year [1836 - 2011]

July 14 Photos & highlights of 2011

 

June 29 Decatur Army PFC. Scott Rector recounts harrowing clashes with the Taliban in Afghanistan - says troops are making a difference

 

June 28 Decatur-Herald Mt. Pulaski's 175th Bash extends over July 4th Weekend

  Springfield Clinic - Opening in Mt. Pulaski - June 21st - 2011

June 28 Lincoln Courier:  Head Home to the Hill 

  June 28 LinDailyNews On-line:  Mt. Pulaski Horseshows (1912-1936) were extravagant - so will be Mt. Pulaski's 175th Celebration
                                                        this 4th of July weekend
 
  June 27
Sunday, June 26th Bloomington Pantagraph article on Mt. Pulaski 175th:
 
 
 June 27On-line, one may see the Maxheimer's Ice Cream story at: 
                 
http://www.lincolncourier.com/features/x977391677/Staying-cool
  June 27
" Meet Your Neighbor"  Cheryl McCue article at: 
        
http://www.lincolncourier.com/features/x2108619399/Meet-your-neighbor
 

June 27 Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was convicted on 17 of 20 public corruption charges.
The jury acquitted him on one count and was hung on two others. FULL STORY

 

175th Article & Photos of "Slice of Life" in Mt. Pulaski
Mon., June 6th Issue of SJ-R:  
SJ-R Article              SJ-R Photos

6/23 Illinois Times Article

6/24 LDN Article

 
Mt. Pulaski's Sumthin' Different          1960's Band at the 175th Celebration
  June 24 Huge celebration in Mount Pulaski for 175th on July 4 weekend
 

June 22 LinCourier: Oh, the tales it would tell - Old bench holds many memories (retired barber, Loren Holmes, of Mt. Pulaski)

 

June 22 LDN: Mount Pulaski has storied musical history

  June 22 LDN: Logan County Board decides on wind farm, public transportation, board pay and precincts
  June 21 Lincoln Daily News On-Line:  Tritium leaks found at many nuke sites
  June 20 Inside the Logan County Courthouse dome
           
 Lincoln Daily-News On-Line ... Album 1
                  Lincoln Daily-News On-Line ... Album 2
 
 

June 17 Ag tours to be offered in MP - Derek Martin, along with Todd Farris, who represents the Elkhart Grain Company - Tom Harris of Herrin Fertilizer in Mount Pulaski - Austin Ehle, representing Becks Seed Corn - Dustin Cross of Cross Brothers Implements

 
  June 13 Fred Lipp of Mt. Pulaski - muzzle-loading gun demonstration & gun shoot at the Mt. Pulaski 175th celebration (Sat., July 2nd)
 

June 11 Anyone for horseshoes? MP horseshoe player seeks participants for tournament

 
 
           
Veteran's Memorial in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery
May 31 Lincoln Daily News: Multiple events bring Mount Pulaski
community together to honor veterans
                
  May 30 Saudi prince- Keep U.S. hooked on oil
  May 28 Mt. Pulaski in Springfield's Illinois Times Summer Guide
 

Lin Daily News: Famous Houses in Needlepoint
Lin Courier:  Salute to the Presidents

 
  May 28 Man spends 27 years wrongly imprisoned writing songs
  May 25 Oprah bids farewell in final show
  May 24 Miss Illinois 2010 Visits MPHS to Deliver a Safe-Driving Message & Some Heartbreaking Stories
  May 19 Logan County Board passes 1% sales tax for schools
 

May 17 Lincoln Courier - Hilltopper Drew Houser tosses no-hitter

May 17 Lincoln Daily News On-line - Houser throws no-hitter (West & Dittus were two others)

  May 17     Nominations are now in (click here for names)
  May 17 Viper Coal Mine in Elkhart Sold
  May 14 Hannah Allen Senior-of-the-Year at Mount Pulaski High School
  May 14 2nd annual development partnership fundraiser enjoys large turnout

             Development Partnership - Photo Album

  May 12 Ex-KU official Ben Kirtland sentenced  -$2 million ticket-scalping scandal at University of Kansas
  May 11 Mt. Pulaski 175th Anniversary RedBook History Committee gathers to finalized the manuscript & photos
  May 10 Lincoln Courier article - Mt. Pulaski Business in Women's homemade quilt drawing for student scholarships
 

Mar. 8 High-speed rail meeting answers concerns for Logan County leaders
Part 1 (Mar. 7)      Part 2 (Mar. 8)

  May 7 Lincoln Courier Photos of Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Annual PromWalk
 

May 7 Lincoln Daily News On-Line: The Mount Pulaski High School had their prom grand march this weekend. There were many great pictures of local youngsters dressed in their finest as they paraded before hundreds on the Mount Pulaski square.  More pictures of the prom grand march can be found at  www.mtpulaskiil.com.

 

May 5 Springfield Clinic to have satellite office in Mount Pulaski - June 1st

 

May 2  Zion Lutheran Mount Pulaski Spring Musical

Students at Zion Lutheran Mount Pulaski ventured on the Holy Highway with their trusty GPS which stood for Gods Plan for Salvation
 
  May 2  Illinois Audubon Society in Elkhart for dinner-talk and awards
 
  Apr 29 Pro Wrestling Epic Mt. Pulaski Am. Legion Hall April 29 (Fri.) - 2011
  Apr 26 Mount Pulaski 175th activities-deadlines for ticketed events published
 
  Apr 25 LDN: No deaths in St. Louis tornado called a miracle
 

Apr 25 Ahhhhh... the good old days! - A personal account by Annabelle Boyd

 

2011 Annual Mt. Pulaski JC's Easter Egg Roll on Vonderlieth Living Center Lawn

  Apr 22 Potential jurors already think Blagojevich guilty
  Apr 21 Blagojevich's second corruption trial
  Apr 20 Cubs threw 1918 World Series?
  Apr 20 Pensions to be paid without borrowing for 1st time in 2 years
  Apr 20 Illinois treasurer offers support for short-term borrowing
  Apr 18 High-Speed Rail Working its Way Through Lincoln

           Rail News Event (Mar. 7)      Rail News Event (Mar. 8)

 
  Apr 14 Teachers at Center of Overhaul - Legislation has widespread support as "teachers, administrators, education reform groups and key lawmakers have agreed on a sweeping package of changes in how Illinois teachers are hired, fired, negotiate contracts and move from job to job."
  Mar 29 Mt. Pulaski History Books still on Sale - Lincoln Daily News On-Line
  Mar 28 Civil War statue committee prepared for April 9 dedication
 
  Mar 25 Nine area young adults are awarded agricultural scholarships from the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce Ag Scholarship program

                          Lincoln Daily News - on line        Lincoln Courier

  Mar 22 Looking for Lincoln partnership event - Mar 20 at Lincoln College "Lincoln Center"
  Mar 22 Anna Simpson Celebrates 100 Years of Blessings - by Jo Hilliard, Director of Vonderlieth Living Center
  Mar 15 Mt. Pulaski High School FFA Alumni Labor Auction
 
  Mar 14  Safety System Adds to Cost of Rail Upgrade -
                 Price tag for overhaul of line between St. Louis & Chicago is four times more than 2003 study predicted
  Mar 14 Last Supper Carving
 
Mar 7 Casimir Pulaski festive Birthday Party a SMASH HIT
  Mar 7 Looking for Lincoln, Main Street partnership event scheduled for March 20
 
 
Mar 5 Casimir Pulaski festive Birthday Party a SMASH HIT
 
 

Feb 28 Last American WWI Vet Dies (related to Mt. Pulaski Buckles)

  Feb 27 Tractors Come Out at Mt. Pulaski - by Jean Ann Miller
Photo by Jean Ann Miller of Lincoln Courier
  Feb 26 "From Cornfields to Airfields" - Oscar Kocher of Christian Village has had remarkable life
 
 

Feb 18 The Courier's Citizen of the Month: Keller grew up learning lessons in giving - His community spirit touches many beyond boundaries of college campus

 

Feb 17 Illinois population up 3.3 percent in 2010 census

Illinois remains 5th-largest state in nation

 
  Feb 16 2010 Census data show biggest growth in bedroom communities around Springfield - rural villages and towns losing population due to jobs
 

Feb 15 Egypt's military plans for constitutional referendum - The county's Interior Ministry is trying to connect with the public through Facebook -- which some credit with helping topple a regime of almost 30 years. - The ministry created a Facebook page in attempt to bring back "good relations with the public and improve the image of Egyptian police," according to a statement carried by state media.  The unprecedented changes in the most populous Arab nation have been watched closely throughout the Middle East and North Africa, where more unrest has unfolded in places like Iran, Bahrain, Algeria and Yemen.

 

Feb. 12th Performances at Mt. Pulaski Courthouse remember Lincoln

 
 
 

Feb. 12th - Abraham Lincoln Birthday at the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse

Feb. 12th - Abe’s birthday to be toasted

 

Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Feb. 12th Activities

 
Abraham Lincoln's Farewell Address Sesquicentennial  11 Feb., 2011
 
 
  Feb. 7 Recharging our Outlooks and our Patriotism   7 pm:  Speaker at First Christian Church
 
  Feb 2 Kepler space telescope spots five Earth-sized planets in our galaxy
    Feb 1 Snow Album
 
 
  Jan 29  Local Dems have their night at the Lincoln Knights
  Jan 27 Iowa football players battling muscle disorder - following grueling offseason workouts that left them with extreme soreness and discolored urine
  Jan 27 Florida Lawmaker wants teachers to grade parents - to allow parents to be graded on their involvement in their kid's education
  Jan 26 Terrorists look to unprotected parts of airports
 
 
  Jan 22 Inside a brain injury recovery
  Jan 21 Lincoln Daily News ... On-Line (LDN) Las Vegas Nite at Mt. Pulaski Vonderlieth Living Center
  Jan 18 New dental clinic for Logan County coming together fast
  Jan 18 High fuel, food prices expected to keep going up
  Jan 18 Grocery stocks squeezed - stores absorbing much of rise in commodity prices - perhaps the trucking industry needs subsidizing like our rail & airline system did years ago?
  Jan 18 There must be a way to fight future Glock shock
  Jan 17 Young King inspired by time in Conn., work on farm
 
 
 
  Jan 13  How many rounds of ammo are enough?
  Jan 13  We must enact, then enforce, senisble gun laws - we must recognize the obvious distinction between rifles, shotguns and target pistols used 
                for sport on the one hand, and semi-automatic handguns [& rifles] designed for killing people on the other
  Jan 13  Guns and the great American craziness
  Jan 13  Weight of words in focus after Arizona shooting
 


Pulaskians Paying Homage to the Old Year & Cheering in the New Year

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  Jan 3 Mt. Pulaski Kicks Off 175th Anniversary Celebration

 Jan 3 Mt. Pulaski Poses for 2011     Jan 4 Hilltopper Happy New Year

 

Jan 3  Mt. Pulaski Kicks Off 175th Anniversary Celebration

  Jan 3 Mt. Pulaski Poses for 2011
 
  Jan 3 New consequences for Illinois speeders
  New Year's Eve Kick-off ... Dec. 31st
   

 


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