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Timbercrest Veterinary Service is proud to welcome... Lara To our location at 1120 Keokuk St. - Lincoln Dr. Borgenson lS accepting new patients 217-732-5700 2021 24004 St. - Atlanta 21%648-5800 1120 Keokuk St. - Lincoln 21%732-5700 Mon. - Fri. 7:30a - 5p Sat. 8a - Noon r Closed Sunday MPHS in LLCC WYSE Challenge More than 300 students from 19 high schools in the Lincoln Land Community College dis- trict "competed in the World- wide Youth in Science and Engi- neering (WYSE) regional level academic challenge at LLCC- Springfield campus. Students competed as indi- viduals and as teams testing in their choice of two of seven different subjectsbiology, chemistry, computer science, engineering graphics, English, mathematics and physics. The tests are written by teams of college and university faculty and are designed to present a challenge to high school stu- dents. School teams comprise six to 14 students who compete in one of three divisions, which are based on total school enroll- ment. Division 300 comprises schools with a total enrollment of 300 or less. Division 700 schools have enrollments of 301 to 700 students and Divi- sion 1500 schools have 701 to 1,500 students. Teams advancing to sectional competition include: Division 300 - Mt. Pulaski. DIVISION 300 Team Rankings 1. Mt. Pulaski 2. Athens 3. New Berlin 4. Nokomis 5. Pawnee 6. Greenview Mt. Pulaski Individual Rankings Chemistry First - Brian Batchelder. Computer Science First -Andrew Moody. Second - Max Coppinger. Engineering Graphics Third -Max Coppinger. English First-Maggie Olson. Mathematics First - Julia Beccue. Physics First - Blake Collier. Second - Elizabeth Allen. FOR SALE 2 large units oak Thomasville bookcases; 1 unit matching entertainment center, exc cond, reasonable, 792-5660. Ethan Levi Cline son of Mr. & Mrs. Rich Shiers of Mt Pulaski was named :o the Dean's List at Pensacola Christian College for academic achievement during the 2014 fall semester. This was the result of earning a B average or higher. Ethan will graduate in May with his B.A in Pastoral Ministries and a minor in Computer Information Systems. He will go on to pursue his Masters degree in Business Administration. LLCC fall part-time President's and Vice President's lists Lincoln Land Community College has announced its part-time President's and Vice President's lists for the fall 2014 semester. To be eligible for the part-time Vice President's and President's lists, students must be enrolled in six to 11 credit hours. Students named to the President's List (noted with an asterisk) earned a GPA of 4.0. Those on the Vice President's List earned a GPA of 3.50-3.99. Area students honored: Chesmut - David A. Fidler. Elkhart - Richard L. King*. Mt. Pulaski - Jamie L. Jones*, Holly A. McGlothlin, Austin M. Mittelsteadt, and Emily K. Oxby. LLCC fall full-time President's and Vice President's lists Lincoln Land Community College has announced its full-time President's and Vice President's lists for the fall 2014 semes- ter. Full-time students are those enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. Students named to the President's List (noted with an asterisk) earned a GPA of 4.0. Those on the Vice President's List earned a GPA of 3.50-3.99. Area students honored: Chestnut - Tracy R. Johnson. Elkhart - Alexa Meister, Edward E. Rutherford*. Mt. Pulaski -Janson M. Cooper, and Alexander R. Deppe. 4 E p0 to o ol