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7 Pastors, Kevin and Sharon Treptow will be leaving for a trip to the Holy Land, February 23 March 5. A member through of Sharon's church presented the Treptows with this trip to  Israel. The Christmas issue of the paper brought back memories for Jean Anderson (Regional Superintendent of Schools). Jean and her husband, Michael, . enjoyed the information about the Interurban. Jean's mom's first teaching job was in , Latham, and she used to talk about catching the Interurban on a Sunday aRernoon to travel to Latham, where she rented a room in someone's home, and then again on Friday after- noon or evening, when she rode back to Lincoln. Jean said it *' really brought back memories ofthose stories. Who is this young man? Now a local business owner, he had - as a youngster- a pet raccoon. Eventually he had to return it to "the wild". The raccoon had a bad habit. He'd bite at grand- ma's heels. By the way. That's Mike McCrea. At Botanica. The Sewage part of your City Water Bill will be up $4 starting in February. That's when the previously approved $4 tem- porary surcharge is added on. The surcharge will pay for the $300,000 relocation of the sewage line from Spring Street and the new Elkhart Road lift station. The surcharge will be lifted once the $300,000 is paid off. At Horsefeathers in Elkhart Delicious Home Cooking at its Best! Offering Scrumptious Lunches Tuesday - Sunday 11-2:30 Daily Specials - Seasonal Dishes Now Open Saturday Nights 5 to 9Pm Saturday Nights Choice of 3 dishes. Bring your own wine! Resemtions & Credit Card. Accepted Horsefeathers Antique & Gift Shop 10Am to 4Pro & Sun. 5 to 9Pm 104 Governor Oglesby s( 947-2100 Mt. Pulaski's Police Department took delivery on the 2010 Chevrolet patrol car. Most equipment from the retired Ford was retrofitted to the new patrol car. Newer radio equipment for the car was installed pursuant to the county changeover of its radio system. Times Photo Thank You We wish to thank everyone for the calls, cards, and memo- rials to the Mt. Pulaski EMS on the passing of Mary Coons. Phyllis & Ralph Beccue Jeff Beccue & Family Jeannie Beccue & Family Our Weather 2010 The official National Weather Service rainfall (melted snow) for the Mt. Pulaski Observa- tion Location for January 1.46". Total snow for January 6.5". Rain-Melted Snow 1-7.24" 1-24.59" 1-8.04" 1-25.06" 1-21 .11" 1-26.11" 1-22.17" 1-28.14" TOTAL 1.46" Snow 1-7 3.2" 1-26 1.3" 1-8 1" 1-28 1" TOTAL 6.5 Glaze on 1-21. Fog on 1-16, 1-17, 18, 1-19, 1-20, & 1-21. Fall 2009 Dean's List The following students were named to the Dean's List at Mil- likin University for fall 2009... Lisa M Miller, Tabor School of Business, Elkhart. Christopher M Pelikan, Col- lege of Arts & Sciences, Latham. Erin Caley, College of Profes- sional Study, Mt. Pulaski. Rummage Sale The HSLC Annual Rummage Sale is Saturday, March 13 at the Lincoln Woman's Club from 7 until Noon. As you start to clean out closets, garages, under beds, etc this winter, remember that all those unwanted items could be someone else's treasure. Save them for HSLC. Drop offwill be Friday, March 12 from 4 until 8. Curtis Oil Fast Stop & Hayes Auto Supply Are Helping Jerry's Kids Buy a at either location and enter your name for a $40 Gift Certificate No Purchase Necessary Shamrocks are on sale through March 8, 2010 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 Fully Automatic ,g 24/7 Protection d' Permanently Installed ' Better Than Portables Now Installing Geothermal Heating & Cooling Geothermal heating & cooling uses the relatively con- stant temperature of the earth to heat & cool homes and businesses with 40% to 70% less energy. Geothermal heat pumps use electricity to simply move heat from the earth into buildings. A geothermal heat pump can move up to 4 units of heat for every unit of electricity needed to power the system, resulting in an equivalence of over 400% efficiency. Good News! The government revised Federal Tax Credits for homeowners who install geothermal heat pumps. The tax credit is up to 30% of the total cost of installation for home owners. Dave Bassett- John Wyss 105 E. Jefferson St. - North Side of Square Mt. Pulaski lic. #0518-1898 792-5593