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Jordan Cooper Earns Eagle Scout Rank Jordan Cooper, son of Jeff and Julie Cooper of Mt. Pulaski, and a member of Troop 122, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. A Court of Honor was held in recognition of Jordan's achieve- ment on Sunday, May 30 at the chapel at Steenbergen Cemetery surrounded by over 100 flags set out during Memorial Day week- end to commemorate the men and women buried in that cemetery who have served in our Armed Forces. Jordan completed his Eagle Scout project last fall for the Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447 by designing and installing a hand- rail for the east side of the Legion building. Jordan is a 2010 graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School. He is a member of the FFA. He has earned his State FFA degree and competed in many FFA judging competitions. Jordan is a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Mt. Pulaski. Jordan started his scouting career in 1998 and became a Boy Scout in March 2003. He was elected into the Order of the Arrow by his peers. He has traveled twice to Cache Lake. Canada, and has completed two treks to Philm- ont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico. Jordan served as trek leader on his last trek to Philm: ont. Jordan is the grandson of John and Janet Cherry and Judy Cooper all of Mt. Pulaski. Daniel W. (6), Abbey (10) and Delia (6) standing in front of pine tree given to their father, Derek Phillips when.he was in (Grandpa Dan thinks) third grade by teacher. Bob Lee as part of Arbor Day stud- ies. DAN PHILLIPS Photo PoliceRep0rt By Mike I CHIEF L to a call about an , There had of blows while sitti desks. Fro ties rose even more One of the at battery charges. OFFICEI call that p] A Mt. Pu pect in th IPOD from lot. Also... of two wall an uninvit residence. theft of $16 All did in and all du tion. When as resident dc advice of c Charges pass, Theft a Motor Ve a Controlb ident is or gamon Co Things Pq Report w Ill take Sha Duct tape wq Come to thir Heineken. Has anybodl mer? You can't re( 6 ,akin fNN FREER responded from the high school )ut of control student. een a classic exchange etween two students... ag in their respective a desk dual the par- to their feet for the classic push and shove. combatants is looking and aggravated assault ! KYLE VEECH took the oved to be involved. .. : aski resident is the sus- theft of a camera and a vehicle in a parking a suspect in the theft ets. Als0... a suspect in ( ed over night in local Also... a suspect in the  in prescription drugs, tt :he course of one night , to excessive intoxica- - :ed for a statement, the clined. Declined.on the unsel. nclude- Criminal Tres- Under $300, Theft from icle, and Possession of d Substance. The res- probation out of San- nty. ;ople in the Police II never say... espeare for 1000, Alex. )n't fix that. k of it, rll have a seen the sideburns trim- = . b$ ).i rl that to the dog. ow and .trust . Rich Logan Vice President of Lending "i've been a banker longer ::,::;t ld like to :is part ofth We better manage ':; their money with state- of-the, art technology, which is new to l "1 like working for an award-winning k. : llropicration by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Illinois Capital Area Chapter. We are committed tothe Illinois National Bank We Make Banking Easy. Choose INB. 217-792-3216. toll free 877-771-2316 www.illinoisnationalban k.com Visit our website for a complete list of branch and ATM locations. Member FDIC Storage Space Av 500 S. Garden St.- MI ailable Pulaski Mt Pulaski . 4th of00luly ScheculeOf.Events 8am Garage Sales begin (unless noted otherwise In the sale description) A Map and Flyer of the garage sales are at Johnson's Food Center, The Farmers Buff's Family Restaurant and City Hall 6pm Children's Parade Children are invited tO bring their bikes, wag( other non-motorized vehicles, clec(rated for I Parade lineu p will be at the NE comer of the Refreshments will be provided afterward available 3ank, ,ns, strollers and ndependence Day. quare. 6:30pm Frasier Park Gates Opel Bring your lawnchairs, picnics and coolers The Concession Stand will be open and selling Popcorn, Candy and Soda  7pm Annual Fireworks After al Live Musical Performance By I : The Vegg,e Band at Frasier Prk '! :'' ': Raindate - July 5 /  /