September 12, 2013

Volume: 
139
Issue: 
37
Contents: 

In This Week's Issue:

Eight pages of news and events from, and important to, the local community including a meth lab in Newman?

On the front page – Newman City Council meets, Peace Meal Program to remain, Tri-County Titans on the radio, upcoming city-wide garage sales (map on the inside), and high-dose flu vaccine available.

In other news – Constitution Week celebration, WCCC September meeting, Shiloh Athletic Booster kicks off season, Lincoln's Trial and Tribulations free to local students, local DAR invites area to celebration, upcoming SuperWoman Conference at Atwood First Babtist, Newman Rehabilitation and Health Care celebrates 40 years, 2013 NCAA football preview, U of I memorial dedicated to fallen soldier, recognizing a meth lab, energy assistance available, 4-Seasons Horticulture Telenet Series to be presented at Coles County and Moultrie County Extension Offices, Chrisman FMC to close for a week, FAA Construction Celebration coming up, "World of Science" talk to be held Oct. 4th, September health screenings at PCH/FMC, Charleston Speedway action, Douglas County Health Department flu clinic schedule, and Farm Credit hosts "pre-game" safety talks to kick off Farm Safety Week.

Regular columns include Tim Hendershot covering Titans and Junior Titans football, and Raiders golf and volleyball, Health Notes announcing inspection results and presenting National Food Safety Education Month, and the Newman Council of Churches talking about the possibility of war in the Middle East. No Recipe Corner this week.