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.j~j' " Bob Metz - owner of P & M Communications - sent his drone (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) into the air and took photos of the removal of passenger cars from the Lin- coln Depot. The cars were once part of the Lincoln Depot Restaurant. Once removed from the site, the cars were being trucked to Bensenville for the new owner - Iowa Pacific Railroad. Off to the right of this photo, this guy appears to be using his tablet-iPad to record Bob's UAV. Mt. Pulaski Library Fall Storytime For children in grades Kindergarten - 3 storytime is from 3:15 - 4pm and includes a story -- snack and craft. October 20: Room On The Broom October 27: Little Goblins 10 November 3: Farm Flu November 10: Happiness Is November 17: The Relatives Came November 24: Twas The Night Before Thanksgiving December 1: Cookie For Santa December 8: Russell's Christmas Magic Game-By-Game Honeybears Review By Coach Jamie Anderson At Illiopolis - 7th grade Honeybears tried to come from behind after a slow start against the Sangamon Valley Storm, but came up short as they lost the game 18 - 15. Emma Buenrostro led the Honeybears With 5 points and Chloe Olson added three points. Alexis Wade, Clarissa Turner, and Katelyn Eskew all scored a basket. 8th grade Honeybears went into halftime against the undefeated Storm up 14 - 13, however, the Storm's offense and defense came alive in the second half as they went onto win 29 - 15. Makayla Stewart led the Honeybears with 7 points and Isabella Wade scored 4 points. Reagan Kirk and Olivia Cooper each added a basket. Honeybears hosted Springfield Calvary. 7th grade (3 - 3) lost the match up 26 - 12. Alexis Wade led the Honeybears with 6 points. Katelyn Eskew and Cassidy Hayes each scored a basket. Emma Buenrostro and Xzandria Turner each made a free throw. 8th grade Honeybears (5 - 1) won their game 43 - 11. Olivia Cooper led all scorers with 16 points, including four three pointers. Isabella Wade scored 8 points; Kaylee Wilham scored 7 points; Makayla Stewart scored 6 points; Emma Aylesworth scored 3 points; Reagan Kirk made a basket; and Elaine Aylesworth made a free throw. 8 H t~ R.0RALS By Kathy...available at Salt Creek Attic -,.~,~,~:~,~ .... : .~ :~ .~~:_~ ...~ Two people were killed in a car crash in Mexico because the passen- ger side air bag was replaced with bricks of cocaine. Genetically engineered micro-pigs are being sold as pets in China. Is Solutions Heating & Cooling- Electrical- Lighting Commercial & Residential Mt. Pulaski 3 YUNEEC TYPHOON QSO0 4k "UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE" (UAV) #1 Rated I FAA Regulation Approved 4k Camera - Stills or Videos (4 times higher than HD) 3 Axis (CGO3) Gimbal Camera (115 - degree view / 1,000 + video range) Up to 25 Minutes of Flight Time Retum Home Feature Factory Assembled & Test Flown Minute setup out of the Aluminum Storage - Carrying cas ,i' Ilite - Wireless - Audio/Video 32 Annual Harvest of for World lents Uncoln Christian Church - 204 N. McLean St., Uncoln 7:00 a.m. thru Live Auction at 2:00 7-10 Breakfast - homemade breakfast rolls 10-1 Lunch - homemade vegetable soup & pie 5K run, 1,000s of unique handcrafted items, silent auction, outdoor snack tents and more! All proceeds go to International Disaster Emergency Service A hug to the lonely can mean as much as a meal to the hungry. 616 N Chicago Street - Lincoln 217-732-3331