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$hawn Lock & Fred lipp InsuredQuality Wod(l, Free EsUmates Call Shawn 414-5413 Your TV Head( uarters Looking For A Particular Model TV? Give Us An Opportunity To Get You A Price! Full Line Of HDTVs From... ) H ITACH I O LG SHARP TOSHIBA We Are Logan County's Authorized Dealer for Dish Network And DirectTV We're The "Local Guys and Perform Our Own Installs & Service We Offer The Best Pre-Paid Wireless Service in Logan County...  pageptus jliCrbl Why Choose P&M? Locally Owned & Locally Operated We Have Been Serving Logan County for 28 Years We Have Service For All Products We Sell "In" or "Out" of Warranty Should You Need Assistance. We Won't Hand You An 800# To Call Should You Need Service Culligan Water Products - Wit - / 2235 W Mound Rd Decatur, IL 62526 217-877-2235 616 N Chicago St Lincoln, IL 62656 217-732-3331 Named to Dean's List HALEY BOWLES of Mt Pulaski has been named to the Dean's List for academic achieve- ment during the fall 2011 session at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. Haley has earned a 4.0 average (All A-s) and is study- ing Dental Hygiene. Students named to the list earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and com- pleted at least 12 degree credit hours during the fall session. POliceReport By Mike Lakin Really?. - Lincoln resident got all the way to Mt. Pulaski before being stopped. Not only suspended, but out and about with an active warrant for arrest. First off Chief Freer asked for her license. The Lincolnite explained, "1 took care of all that. Mason County told me I didn't have to come to court as long as I paid the ticket. And the state was supposed to reinstate my license." One should not go motoring - as they say - until one's ducks are all in a row. Arrested. Then came round two. The arrest was also covering that little problem of an outstanding arrest warrant. Those ducks were just all over the pond. Weren't they. Chairs For Sale Four-country style, Amish made, captain oak kitchen chairs and two regular chairs, stained walnut. Excel- lent condition. Call 792-5363. Did You Know - British TV magician Paul Dan- iels accidentally sawed off his finger. g ] T --- Have power when the power goes out with our Guardian Standby Generators When the power goes out... and it will... You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators for automatic back-up power Permanent Fully Automatic 2417 Protection Better Than Portables Dave Bassett - John Wyss[ Mr. Pulaski lic. #058-12,1898 I I 792-55931 POlice Report By Mike Lakin A Lincolnite made it to Mt. Pulaski before Officer Todd Bauer made the traffic stop. When told that she was stopped for driving suspended, she replied, "1 knew I was expired, but I didn't know I was suspended." Surprise! Arrest was for driving suspended. The newspaper received this in the mail. Your editor admits it took a few seconds to realize why it was sent. After I opened the letter I looked for a note. I turned it over, looking for a note. Then I took a close look at the photo. There's an "ah-ha moment" here. BP Convenience Store Stung By Mike Lakin Mayor Jim Fuhrer and Chief Lynn Freer reported on an Illinois State Liquor Commission sting in Mt. Pulaski. The BP convenience store sold liquor to a minor during the sting. The state handed down a five- day suspension for liquor sales at the store. The state also fined the store $2,500. Mayor Fuhrer told the City Council he fined the store $250 as the city's fine. This was the second time the store had been "stung" by the state. Chief Freer said he would have an ID training session with BP employees. Did You Know - School buses in Florida may soon pick up revenue for schools by displaying on board ads, Odd Fellow Heritage Apartments Affordable Housing for qualified people Buffalo - WgliamsviRe Iopolis For information call: 217-364-4828 or 2a7-341-6453 Mt. Pulaski Times Are You Registered to Vote March 20th? Have you moved? Changed your address? Recently married? Changed your name? Turned 18, or will be by March 20, 2012? You may register at any of these locations with two forms of iden- tificution, one with your current address: The Office of the County Clerk, The Driver's License Facility when receiving services, Local Libraries, Precinct Com- mitteemen, Hartsburg-Emden High School, Mount Pulaski High School, Lincoln Commu- nity High School, Olympia High School, Lincoln Christian Uni- versity Representative, Lincoln College Representative, Logan County Farm Bureau, and Gen- eral Deputy Registrars. Sally J. Litterly- Logan County Clerk Did You Know - Research says that Google users tum over about $5,000 worth of personal information each year. better water, pure and simple; Water Softeners Iron Filters Bottled Water Joel & Deanna Jacobs Eddie Combs 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln 735-4450 Thursday - February 9, 2012