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q- 96% of all smartphones operate on Apple's lOS or Google's Android operating systems. Study - People that often experience intense anger over minor annoyances increase the risk of having a heart attack by eight times. From 11am- 1pro The Scouts Appreciate Your Support! Mount Pulaski Grade School March Students of the Month 6th Grade: Drew Martin, son of Doug and Erin Martin of Mt. Pulaski. Historical Society monthly meeting 8th Judicial Circuit Trail The Mount Pulaski Historical Society will hold their monthly meeting at 6:30 PM Monday, March 30 at the Mount Pulaski Museum. 6 7th Grade: " ' [; : Olivia Cooper, :!:;j l daughter of Chad and Janette HOMEOWNERS Cooper of Mt. Pulaski. J Guest speaker for the Chuck McCue in evening grew up I Prepare for the unexpected-{rozen pipes from the brutal winter, atreeon i is ChuckMcCueofSpringfield. Elkhart and graduated from I your home from the recent storm, or damage to your roof from hail 1  Chuck's topic for the evening Mt. Pulaski High School. I Homeowners Insurance from Pekin Insurance  wilt be the peace of mind ! !11 will be the Lincoln 8  Judicial After twenty years in the U.S. 1 once disaster strlkes. Contact your local Pekin lnsurance Agent today to fir 1  Circuit markers that outlined Air Force, he returned to Mt. 1 out how this coverage'will meet your needs, budget, and lifestyle, Should 1  the route of the 8  Judicial Cir- Pulaski with his wife Valery. 1 you need to file a ctaim, you will get our VlP daim service that puts you and 1 ) cuitTrail. The public is invited. For the last twelve years he your home first! I The Lincoln's 8th Circuit has been an analyst and con- Marker project sprang from'a sultant with Wells Fargo Home ' "lDownin;, Przykopanski, Clemen00, I#,,1 Logan County historical site Mortgage, and for the last ! & May insurance Agency, i. [ survey in 2007. While inves, eleven years has been a volun- tigating a monument on the teer docent at the Mt. Pulaski fa 792 52511 Logan-Tazwell county line, CourtHouseStateHistoricsite. 109 S, La yette-Mt' Pulaski - Chuck discovered it was one Although he and Valery have of dozens of markers laid out since moved to Springfield, they ! . L" | 8th Grade: in the 1920s by the Daughters have strong family connections  I  t  I   I dMauagghge oAnfdrso d of theAmericanRevolutionto with Mt. Pulaski and continue ' Carol mark the route of the original to take an active interest in the AUTO I HOME [ BUSINESS l L}FE I HEALTH Anderson of Mt. Pulaski. 8th Circuit Trail. Logan County communityand its history. was centrally located on the circuit, so the trail crossed the county line in several places, and with three existing historic courthouse sites (Postville, Mt. Pulaski, and Lincoln) from Lin- coln's time on the 8th Judicial " Circuit, Logan County has had more of the markers than other counties on the route. The markers piqued Chuck's inter- i est, and using the research of , = Lincoln scholar and historian Guy Fraker, Chuck and his " O brother Bob tracked down every existing trace of the original o markers they could find. ca