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Saturday, April 24, 2010

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The magnificent, new bronze sculpture of a young Abraham Lincoln has officially found its home in front of the Lincoln Center on the campus of Lincoln College. The bronze, created by Andrew Jumonville, is a marvelous, life-size likeness of young Abe. More pictures in today's Top Stories.

Picture by Mike Fak  (Click on picture for larger image.)   

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Friday, April 23:

  • City trims expenses, looks to employees to resolve final $83,000 deficit

  • Office Professionals Luncheon -- Album 1

  • Office Professionals Luncheon -- Album 2

  • Office Professionals Luncheon -- Album 3

  • L.E.A.F club hosts Earth Day at St. John United Church of Christ -- in pictures

  • FFA plant sale continues Sunday -- in pictures

  • Lincoln College unveils bronze sculpture of young Abraham Lincoln today at 4 p.m.

  • Reminder: Nate Stuckey benefit Saturday at LCHS

  • A record-breaking 'Run for Your Life' at LCU

  • Job loss begins to moderate across state but still higher year to year

  • State fire marshal announces small-equipment grants for Lincoln and Middletown fire depts.

  • Educators, unions follow up rally with more pleas

  • GOP senators: Quinn budget cuts only $200 million

  • This day in history

  • Elks Country Club, Naomi-Ruth Circle, Lane Brickey, United Way and Logan County Dept. of Public Health in Close Up

  • Police reports

  • Fire and rescue reports

  • AP news

Thursday, April 22

Wednesday, April 21

Tuesday, April 20

Monday, April 19

Saturday, April 17