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i i Next Race is the 50s and 60s Sunoco Late Model Race Inaugural Vintage Race and a August 12 Honoring wristband from 5/20/12 PUll now u-] u-] z cancellation for admission. randstand- $10, children 12 and under Grandstand- $15 - children 12 and unde veew!m paying aault free with paying adult ass z.b Pit Pass- $30 Hot Laps at t): u Haclng at/:uu Racing Starts at 7:00 ncoln S :)eedw Logan County Fairgrounds We S Insurance for all your needs Your professional Pek;n Insurance Agent understands that families come first. That's why he or she works hard so there are no holes in your insurance coverage. From auto accidents to home disasters to that very memorable first day of college, you will have peace of mind w;th insurance from your Pekin Insurance Agent. Putting you and your family first with ;nsurance coverage for your home, auto, life, health, or business and at competitive rates that will {;t your-ind;v;duN budget needs. Going Beyond the expectecf'~ for you ! Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, Inc. 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski lke .xpect.d.Q INSURANCE 6 The Board accepted Brooke Ciac- cio's letter of resignation as Assistant volleyball coach at the high school and junior high. The Board employed Kayla Wilhelm for the High School English teacher for the 2012-2013 school term. The Board employed Kayla Wil- helm as the Cheerleading coach for the 2012-2013 school term. Superintendant Todd Harem i a. thanked everyone for a smooth tran- sition. He also thanked Phil Shel- ton, Cathy Shull, Linda Blue, Terry Morgan, Gene Newton, and the ,o School Board members for the extra attention and help. The painting of the high-school JULY 18 MAYOR Fuhrer ordered the end of bulk water sales. gym ceiling and beams has been" The orderdeclaredthewateremer- completed. The new bleachers have gency to be a Stage 2 City Water Con- been installed. Superintendant Hamm servation Emergency. reported the metal that was collected Thepaper received the following from the bleachers totaled 25,000 "As a rural resident I understand pounds, turned in for recycling, and the emergency faced by the City of resulted in a $1,600 profit. Mt. Pulaski. I figured Stage 1 already The Board approved a 6-month dealt with having people stop water- Advanced Fuel Purchase contract inglawns, washing cars, not filling with AG- LAND FS at the price ofpools, and closing the car wash. Then $3.15 a gallon. Superint ndant Todd Hamm stated I was told Stage I was completely vol- that they are looking at changing the untary water restrictions. So, people in town can still water lawns, wash school logo on the letterhead paper, cars, fill pools, and the car wash is Different examples are being collected for consideration at this time. open. BUT l eople who need water President Doug Martin on behalf of the School Board welcomed Super- intendant Todd Hamm to our school district and was looking forward to working with him this school year. Summarized from minutes of Anna Beckers, Board Recording Secretary MT. PULASKI GRADE SCHOOL REGISTRATION Dates Wednesday, August 15 8 am- 3:30 pm Thursday, August 16 8 am - 6 pm Friday, August 17 8 am - 3:30 pm Fees Kindergarten - Grade 5 $45 Grades 6, 7, 8 / $55 To save time, all' forms may be downloaded from the school's website at LOGAN COUNTY DEMOCRATS meet 10 am Saturday, August 11 at the Owl's Roost Coffee Bar and Book Store, 427 Pulaski St Lincoln. All Logan County Democrats are wel- come to attend. because their wells went dry have been shut-off so people in town can either water their lawns and wash their cars or not. Yes sir, we are all in this together, except when we're not. , A RuralNeighbor- Looking for Water" The paper received the following "I (the writer) was at the parking lot near the Dairy Bar when Officer (Kyle) Veech was verbally attacked by the woman per your police report (July 19 paper). Officer Veech showed restraint and professionalism well beyond the call of duty. He is truly a credit to our police department. The woman, on the other hand, could use about a year of anger man- agement counseling and she owes 'the swear jar' about $10,000." Still Shocked Resident By M ike Lakin OThe driver admitted to Chief Lynn Freer he was aware of the revocation but had no other way. to get to work. Arrested, the driver had multiple sus- pensions for insurance violations and driving under the influence with the revocation active in July of 2011.