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Lincoln Farmer's Market Has New Location Plans will accommodate entertainment and larger variety of vendors The Lincoln Farmer's Market has a change in location for the 2010 market season. The Market relocated tQ Scully Park, South of downtown Lincoln. Manager of the market, Susan Wachter, said "The new location will make it much safer for our vendors and customers due to the flat ter- rain. We believe the flat terrain and beauti- ful fountain will make a much better back- drop for entertainment at the market". .The Lincoln Farmer's Market is currently seeking local performerz, of all ages and abilities, to showcase their talents for their peers and family in the park on Saturday mornings. We are also seeking vendors and artists to vend in the park during our season that runs May 1 through October 30. Anyone who is interested in being a vendor, entertainer, or sponsor at the market can contact Susan Wachter at 217-871-0666. WIU Fall 2009 Dean's List Nearly 1,900 undergraduate students enrolled at Western Illinois University were named to the Fall 2009 Dean's List. To receive this award, an undergraduate student in good standing must earn at least a 3.6 grade po!nt average on a scale of 4.0 equals an A in 12 credit hours of graded courses; pass-fail hours are not counted. Area Dean's List recipients are... Jill Breanne Park, sophomore, of Latham, and Erik K. Fricke, freshman, Mt. Pulaski. MTI Won Winter Tournament Purchased Building And Celebrating With Grand Re-0pening Buff's Fancily Restaurant has purchased their building. To thank the community for Jts support and business, the local restaurant is celebrating with a Grand Re-Opening on Thursday, January 21 at 6Pro. Buff's will be serving their new Mexican Spe- cialties with Free" Fresh-made chips and Home- made Salsa. MTI 4th grade, a Lincoln & Mt. Pulaski based travel team, qm UPID'S little HELPERS won the l2 team Winter Tour-  e nament at "The Gym" in ------ Springfield January 11. MTI outscored opponents 106 - 40 N CALLS over the course of the tourna- game. ,, FREE INCOMI meat' defeating Chatham 38 -  23 in the.title Front Row (L to R): Seth Huff, Jack Eimer, Tate Sloan, TEXTS AND PIX ColeK, ockenga Back Row (L to R): Peyton Taylor, Eddie Combs, Josh  Vinson, and Titus Cannon. Far Back: Coaches Joel Only g.s. Cellular" give6 you Free Incoming Vinson and Chuck Sloan. Fresh Sausage Call6, Text6 and Pix 00rom any phone on Will Be Served any network at any time, ,e Kenney Heritage Asso- ciation's annual Pancake and Sausage Day will be Saturday, , " January 30 in the Kenney Com- munity Center. Meals will be served 0:Am - 2. Children six and under eat free. There is - "xpenence twice the bl ample seating for all. Carry- th$5 Valentine'6 Day-- outs available. Seasonal Weight L6 BLISS" Limits on Logan County GET ONE FREE . Highways WHEN YOU BUY ONE During the winter months, soils will freeze and thaw FOR 8--4995 repeatedly. This can cause !  problems for our local road- A,O-IlmtIMme'dlllulR ways. Heavy loads during : 2mtmtum Bt$30t/, these freeze/thaw cycles can cause significant damage. AvailableinWhite/OrangeandBladq6reen, _ Beginning January 20, the seasonal weight limits will be in effect on all Logan County " S, CeHllai, Highways. These roads are marked with 5-sided blue signs and are posted with weight limit signs. Any vehicle in excess of the weight limits needs to have a permit issued by the Logan County Highway Department. Permits are available by visiting our website at, by call- ing the highway department office at (217) 732-3059, or by visiting the office located at 529 S. McLean Street in Lin- coln. There is no charge for the permits. Permits will only be valid on certain days when p oecatur 2235 w. Mound Rd., 217-877-2235 conditions are suitable. Lincoln 616 N Hauling on township roads Chicago ., 217-732-3331 in Logan County during this COMMUNICA11ON$ CALL FOR STORE HOURS. time period will need to be P'J " coordinated with the respec- tive township Road Commis- stoner. ..... Again this year, we are r.i------..--.-_.._,L3___fes,es,,te.yesr,.,.sm, (zubleatoeady, .. feq)aereditappmalrequlred, A$on  ,pl:zmse_j asking for cooperation to help ... , .  =, !, eo, .non8 m mage mm spry an vy. by plan, service and phem. tlss ef service conzt aezta     m  Se AO   r   vm _.m.m:.iy .m .nosez.arm asscomllzmetforfmM:ln rebandaclbsrequlront g,S,Yl Oeb  Hm keep our roads in good condi- 1 ill , rr,Oi;,lm r $/ /.  ,,.    , ,    tion. Words of Wisdom - "There is no pos- sible victory in defense."