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2005: The Sept. 21 edition of The Lincoln Journal reported: Lincoln 911 now in its new home; Commission seeks signage to improve ATV rider safety; Local school board seeks to regain control; College-going rate down, but vocational school enrollment up; Federal investigators seek two individuals at DOH garage; Couple claims fraud investigation affecting pursuit of justice; Burton twins coming home soon; Tours of new high school now available; Lair of the Poison Pen by Lee Arnold “Communication is nearly impossible in the age of Communication”; Lincoln PSD’s new general manager tackles district’s problems; Ric MacDowell to receive Jenco award.


Dorothy Marie Shanholtz Black, 70, Hamlin; Mary Bruce Browning, 57, Kiahsville; Matthew Harry Dalton, 43, Harts; Norma Maude Courts Johnston Furchi, 69, West Hamlin; Nora Hager, 85, Spurlockville; Geneva A. Smith, 82, Cross Lanes/Sumerco; Elva Hsale Triplett, 70, Peru, IN/ Pl. View; Virginia Toppings, 80, Little Harts; Bonnie Vanatter, 68, Verdunville; Chad Webb, 29, Sweetland; Charles E. Workman Sr., 78, Tornado; William Harlan Martin Sr., 85, Huntington; Opal Taylor Maynard, 89, Huntington; Roswell D. Swartz Sr., 72, St. Albans; Hilda L. Wells, 70, Ceredo/Hamlin; Charles Wesley Williamson, 70, East Lynn.


Meet Shannon Rena Holley, West Hamlin Elementary; Meet Brandon Tyler Holley, West Hamlin Elementary.


27 land transfers; Four marriage applications; Six Civil Suits; Two Felony Cases; 28 Misdemeanor Cases; Eight Bankruptcies filed.

Compiled by Phyllis Stowers, Lifestyles Editor for The Lincoln Journal.

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