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Posted by Ron Warnick in Attractions , Preservation , Weather . Tags: Lincoln IL , Railsplitter Covered Wagon , World's Largest Covered Wagon trackback The World's Largest Covered Wagon , aka the Railsplitter Covered Wagon, in Lincoln, Ill., has been repaired in time for tourism season after a severe windstorm damaged it in January.
The Pregnancy Resource Center at 308 N. Union Street in Lincoln will hold a Walk for Life on May 10, 2014 at Lincoln Christian Church.
S alt Creek A.B.A.T.E. is a motorcycle organization in Lincoln that is part of the statewide organization.
L incoln College's 2014 Alumni Reunion will be during the weekend of April 25-26.
T he Lincoln Park District is getting ready for the annual Easter egg hunt this Saturday.
The Lincoln Community High School "Marching Railers" members became stars of their own Disney show on April 16 when they entertained resort guests at the Magic Kingdom Park.
Tuesday morning, the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors helped Vanessa Komnick, owner of Blades Hair and Nail Salon in Lincoln, celebrate her 10th anniversary in the business.
The 2014 Illinois 4-H Horse Contests took place on Saturday, April 12th. Logan County 4-H members, Sarah Starasta, from Lincoln, and Ruth Ruhl, from Mt.
The board was short two members with the resignation of Terry Carlton in December and the recent passing of Bill Martin.
Around 12:30 Sunday afternoon a pressurized carbon dioxide truck delivering C02 for making soft drinks arrived at Thorntons to refill their carbonation tanks.
London, Bucharest, Milan, Luzern, Moscow, Singapore, Tokyo and Mason City. In the past year, the legendary Count Basie Orchestra has toured worldwide, and one of their next stops will be at the historic Arlee Theater in Mason City.
T he Lincoln Liquor Commission met April 7 to consider a request to create a new category of liquor license inside city limits.
T he highly respected Lincoln Heritage Museum reopens in its new location on April 26. Starting at 10 a.m., officials will welcome historians, elected officials, college alumni, friends and others to the central Illinois campus.
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