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Participating organizations cartridges and used cell phones help them earn the technology they earn funds by collecting empty printer from the community and sends the need. cartridges and used cell phones from waste products to FundingFactory Community and business sup- their communities and supporters. All in exchange for their choice of tech- porters can also drop off cartridges program materials and services (includ- ing boxes and return shipping for the nology and recreation products, or and cell phones at the following items) are flee for the participants. even cash. locations: Mt Pulaski Grade School FundingFactory has provided over $20 Companies interested in dem- & Mt Pulaski High School. million in funding to schools and groups onstrafing a commitment to edu- To learn more about sup- across the country since its inception in cation and the environment can porting Nit. Pulaski CUD #23, 1997. participate free of charge in the please call Heather ricke at Thank You From Mt. Pulaski Flea Alumai We would like to thank all of the buyers, parents, and students who made this years member auction fundraiser another huge success. We would also like to thank Mike Maske and Glenn Bryson for their assis- tance with the auction. 217 Plumbing - Heating - Cooling Backhoe Service - Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 Vinegar Hill Open will join with the Mt. Pulaski 175th Anniversary and will be held Friday, July 1 with a shotgun start at 8:30 am. The outing will be held in Lhlcoln on the Elks Club golf course and will cost $50 per person. A meal along with prizes will be provided and the outing will be based on a handicap system. When your entry is made we will need to know your approximate score. Siguup sheets are avail- able at DPCM Insurance "office on the square. You can enter by con- tacting either of the co- chairs of the event: Jeff elements 217-792- 5251, dpcmins@fr0ntiemet net. Deron Powell 217-792- 3371, deron,p0well.lj2i@statefa rm.c0m. Did You Know - Energy experts are predicting we could see $5 a gallon gaso- line by Memorial Day. POliceReport By Mike Lakin O If a pickup could stagger, that'sPulaski residents on warrants for con- what this one did. Officer Jason Kuhl- tempt of court, failure to appear. The man observed the pickup driving in the cases were not related. wrong lane. At the railroad crossing at O Chief Lynn Freer made a traffic Washington and McDonald the pickup stop when he docked a motorist going ran into the railroad-crossing pole. Note 52 in a 40 zone. What made this interest- - when one has been drinking and sees ing was the passenger. When the vehicle three poles - the middle one is always came to stop in the Inland Tool park- the real one. ing lot, the passenger went scampering Even though the pickup hit that pole away at impressive velocity and entered hard enough to come to a complete the Inland office. Chief Freer called stop, the pickup backed up and resumed the Inland office and, momentarily, the its travel up Washington. At this point, passenger returned to the traffic stop. with lights and siren, Officer Kuhlman The passenger was wanted on Macon attempted to pull the pickup over. The County. Warrants for failure to appear. pickup continued on for a couple blocks The passenger was arrested. and finally stopped. The driver was given a verbal warning The guy who had been more or on the speeding. less aiming the pickup was surprised O Chief Lynn Freer had a unique visi- to see Officer Kuhlman. When asked tor to the police station. A woman from why he did not stop, the guy replied, Texas walked in and told the Chief she "I'm drunk - I'm drunk". When asked was turning herself in, She was wanted how much alcohol he'd had he replied, on two Felony Warrants. One warrant "1,2,3,4,5,6, - 8;9 beers". When asked was for Logan County and the other if he felt impaired the guy replied not was for Tazwell County. The Texan was at all. Officer Kuhlman allowed the guy taken to the county jail. to lean against his pickup so he would O Chief Lynn Freer conducted a not fall. traffic stop. The driver's record showed Not wanting to take a field sobriety a suspension. When told the reason for test the guy did agree to the portable the stop, the driver said the same thing breath test. He scored .171. Later, the had happened in Mt. Zion. And an guy successfully upped his score to. 192. arrest was made there too. Not breaking He was arrested on a DUI charge and - the driver's chain of bad luck, an arrest leaving the scene of an accident, was made. Citations were for driving O Chief Lynn Freer arrested two Mt. suspended and driving uninsured. For all kinds of people, for all kinds of reasons... Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, Inc. 124 $. 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