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Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019
published daily from 8am Lincoln, Illinois

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All activities at Mount Pulaski High School have been canceled for today.

Mount Pulaski Homecoming is rescheduled for February 23rd

All SATURDAY activities at Lincoln Community High School have been canceled

The LCHS Girls Basketball Fundraiser Breakfast scheduled for Sunday, January 20th has been rescheduled to Sunday, January 27th

All campuses of Heartland Community College will be closed on Saturday and Sunday (Heartland will also be closed on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.)

City of Lincoln Landscape Waste Facility closed SATURDAY

Land of Lincoln Honor Flight Annual Meeting for January 19th has been canceled - will be rescheduled

Lincoln Family Theater E-Sports Tournament for January 20th has been rescheduled to January 27th

On Friday morning Brad Hauge was sworn in as the new Logan County State's Attorney. The ceremony was conducted by newly sworn Judge Jonathan Wright. Hauge is replacing Wright as the Logan County State's Attorney and will finish out the remainder of Wright's term. Hauge, who has served as the Assistant State's Attorney under Wright was appointed to fill the position by the Logan County Board.

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Posted Saturday at 4:45 p.m.

Statement of conditions from the Logan County EMA

State Routes 121, 136, & 10 have been deemed IMPASSABLE outside the city of Lincoln. All rural roads in the county are also deemed IMPASSABLE with 3 to 5 foot drifts being reported. Some streets in Lincoln have been reported to be ice covered and very slick. Overnight temperatures will be in the single digits with the wind chill well below zero. Please stay off the roads if at all possible. Thank You!


Brad Hauge sworn in as Logan County State's Attorney
Trey Whitetree named LCHS November Student of the Month


Logan County is expecting another Winter Snow Storm to push through the area Friday night into Saturday.  The current predication is that we could see 4-6 inches of snow with the possibility of higher amounts.  The main concern with this system will be the wind.  Winds are expected to increase to 20 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.  Expect drifting and blowing snow and the possibility of whiteout conditions.  This will make travel difficult so we ask the citizens to stay off the roads. Stay Safe!!
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