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Did You Know - Growing number of colleges are slashing tuition and offering degrees in three years. Plumbing Heating A/C Electrical Bassett's Mechanical '" Mt. Pulaski uc. #058-12-1898 Dave Bassett John Wyss 792-5593 Furniture & Mattress Clearance 30-60%0ff 100% New w/warranties Can Deliver Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALfrY MERCHANDISE Shawn Lock & Fred lapp imm4nywmle bBem Call Shawn 414-5413 'i: t r Zion Conformation - L-R Front Aimee Howe and Jessica Max- heimer. Back Kurtis Hoock, Caleb Przykopanski, Samuel Mileham, and Rev. Christopher Decker. THURSDAY, APRIL 12  1:00 PM Logan County, Mt. Pulaski, IL 12 Appliances For Sale Roper gas stove $125, Kenmore chest freezer $125, and Kenmore washer $25, ph 217-737-9215. Did You Know - Indiana man was hospitalized with a blood alcohol level of .552, seven times the legal limit. [ 74+00- Acres Held at the Mt. Pulaski VFW Post 777 106 E. Cooke St., Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 Highly productive cropland 100% tillable .i Prime soils I Named to Dean's List KAI YIN HO, Chestnut, was named to the winter term Augus- tana College Dean's List. Kai Yin is a senior, majoring in biology and anthropology. Students who have eamed this academic honor have maintained a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a four-point scale for courses taken during the term. Editor's Notebook By Mike Lakin Yellow or Brown... is the color of water reported. Citizens described these hues when talk- ing about city water. It's being looked into. Reports totaled three. Reason is believed known and the April flushing will take care of it. 17Y h Celebration Committee (would past tense make that "Celebrated Committee"?) is looking for the light pole banners that were on display last summer around the square. The 17Y h ban- nets were to be auctioned off as fundraiser/memorabilia of the 175th Celebration. No one knows whence they went once they were low- ered from the poles. City already says... "it knows 'not-ting'... 'not-ting ". Speaking of the lost- Mt. Pulaski Rotary is look- ing for its really old (30 + Years) Soapbox Derby Car. Rotary wants the car back.., but.., they are clueless to its continued exis- telfce. An inquiry by your editor hasn't fared well.., couple people recall it being scrapped and the wheels and steering mechanism being salvaged for purposes unknown. If you definitely know the car's whereabouts or demise let your editor know. ONLY 142 DAYS Left Until Illinois State Fair Tram Time Countdown Is On! Tram Volunteer Signup Sheets at Mt. Pulaski City Hall (113 S. Lafayette Hours - Mon. - Fri. 8 to 4) PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS TO CITY HALL Questions? Call one of the numbers listed at City Hall SIGN UP TODAY! Working the Trams benefits our Communities and Schools ThankYou, and Lets Make this a Great VoluntesrTram Yearl Thumda 7 - April 5, 2012