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How Many? A reader asked as to the height of the Mt Pulaski water tower. It's 90-feet. It was then noticed that it would take roughly 5 1A water towers, stacked on top of each other to approximate the height (491 feet at the apex of a single blade as it tums) of one of the proposed wind tur- bines. The opposition is still active, not knowing if the issue has actually been "laid to rest". Microsoft says that pens will be extinct in the next decade. A bill in Indiana would allow dead people to vote. Maxine Downing enjoyed talking with "Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln" 90 th Birthday Celebration Join family and friends to cel- ebrate Jeane Connolley's birth- day, Saturday, February 28, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church between 2 and 4 PM. Cards and bivday blessings may be sent to 317 North Vine St., Mount Pulaski, IL 62548. No gifts, please. School Board Meeting Moved The School Board will meet Monday February 16 in the high school cafeteria. The public meeting starts at 7pm. Mt Pulaski Library during the Lincoln's Birthday observation at the courthouse Feb. , 7. Times Photo  l"OU Supper Mt Pulaski Post Office Latham Firefighters will be Change in holding a Chili & Vegetable Daily Hours Soup Supper with desserts and It has been determined that Benefit Brunch for Alan 'M" , Kilgore Hosted by Chestnut Fire & EMS The benefit is 10am-2pm Sunday February 15 at the Chestnut Family Restaurant. Menu: Fried chicken with all the fixings and a breakfast buffet with open donations to help offset medical costs. New Hours Effective 3/9/15 drinks Saturday, March 7 from I, Alan is battling Stage 4 Lung 3 to 7 PM. Cost is by dona- effective 03/09/2015, the Mt ovr;n'00 Cancer and is unable to work tion. There will also be a 50-50 Pulaski Post Office will change drawing. Proceeds will be used the retail hours of service each Story Time due to treatments. towards the purchase of fire- weekday. -. Current Hours Children in grades K- 3 rd M-F: 7:30-11:00 are invited to story time from and 1:30-4:00 3:15 - 4 pm staxting Tuesday SAT: 7:45-9:45 March 3 for stories - snacks - lew Hours Effec crafts. M-F: 8:15-11:00 Story times are every Tuesday and 12:00-3:15 from March 3 through April 21. i ...i:..:.:..=:.:: SAT: 8:15-10:15 Salt 00reek Attic fighting Small Tools. Unique Handcrafted Treasures Florals - Country Decor Antiques & So Much More Silk Florals Speak Wonders 00ce,00a 1 FREE 2-year warranty FREE "Test Drives" for 30 days FREE lifetime servicing FREE screenings & . consultations START ItEARING WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN Don Dearth, Tech MISSING... CALL OR Joyce Dearth 80 HA,S, STOP IN TODAY. Seasonal Bouquets Holidays Weddings Receptions Anniversary Thank You Graduation Bereavement nut Fire Department. He is also a long time member of the 10th Illinois Volunteer Cavalry Regi- ment (NFP). Alan has often been there to help others in need and now he and his family are in need of your support. CARVING By Larry Wilham... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. Researchers say they have found 637 types of bacteria living in the New York City subway system. 106 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski Tues-Fri 10-4 & Sat 9-1 792 5117 II1 I,,.t Io o I-.4 ol