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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (September 12, 2018)

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$5.8M contract OK'd for new fire station Contract: New Station 16 is coming next. 568
$5.8M contract OK'd for new fire station Contract: New Station 16 is next. 568
$5.8M contract OK'd for new fire station. 568
'America will never, ever submit to tyranny'. 654
'I left New York with a new sense of purpose': Schaumburg firefighter recalls af. 532
'I think you buried the lede': Stephen Colbert asks Bob Woodward about the final line of his book. 546
'It's costing us a great deal of money'. 479
'Open Mosque Day' offered Sept. 8. 130
'Runnin' Rangers' impressive in Mr. A Classic. 321
14 years for man in Lombard burglary, identity theft scheme. 270
15 years for man who assaulted, abused girls. 323
3 allergens that may trigger asthma attacks. 455
4-H members earn $15,000 in scholarships. 134
4-H Shooting sport club offers archery, air rifle and outdoor skills training. 151
4-H Shooting Sports Fall Classic held at Brittany Park. 206
7 healthy, kid-approved lunchbox ideas. 709
9 winners at Inland contest Awards:. 268
A bright future for St. Emily School. 125
A dish that makes spiralizing worth it. 680
ACFW Invites Writers to "The Art of Imagery" Workshop. 196
Adopting a new attitude Meridian teachers adopt football players -BYLN- By Sheila Moore, correspondent. 361
After serving suspension, Castillo gets back to work with White Sox. 491
Agency wants anti-lock brakes on all new U.S. road motorcycles Brakes:. 435
Analysis: The news media isn't disclosing Trump's non-disclosure agreements. Should it? 1262
AP Interview: Iran nuclear chief hopes deal will survive. 1013
Arlington Hts. man accused of entering 4 unlocked cars. 144
Artist Reception at GreenFields of Geneva. 179
As Lawlor's absence continues, Calabresa named interim chair of Lake County Boar. 456
As Trump fumes over leaks, Woodward pushes back on criticism. 890
Association of Pakistani Americans of Bolingbrook celebrates 27th anniversary of flag hoisting ceremony at the Taste of Pakistan Independence Day Celebration. 1018
Assumption Community Rummage Sales Sept. 21, 22. 102
AUTO RACING. 131
Autopsy shows Elgin victim was shot multiple times. 184
Autumn is a prime time to tend lawns and gardens. 457
Back in Time: Ghosts from Our Past -- Westside Cemetery Walk. 249
Basement remodeling tips. 526
Bears just might have an MVP candidate on offense. 729
Bears just might have MVP candidate on offense as well Arkush: Howard could be an MVP. 722
Bengals aim to cut down on defensive penalties vs. Ravens. 523
Benton golfers avenge season's only loss. 187
Beta Sigma Phi Omicron Delta #6941. 265
Betty Lou Langston of Chester. 273
Blue Mound council discusses many topics. 1427
Books and enrichment. 661
Bowling Pistol City League Legion Bowl. 203
Boys cross country. 1798
Breaking bread, building bridges. 585
Bridge moves forward with vote Bridge: Sanchez cast lone 'no' vote. 537
Bridge moves forward with vote. 537
Bus accident in south India kills at least 55 people. 347
CAM Volleyball. 490
Campton Township Prairie Fest 2018. 247
CARL. 191
Carmel tops St. Viator. 596
Cases close. 247
Cases Filed. 534
Cauliflower casserole a triumph by giving off that great pizza vibe. 539
Cauliflower casserole gives off that great pizza vibe. Mauer, By Don Recipe 910
Celebrate Chocolate Milkshake Day with new recipes. 780
Central A&M Cross Country results. 179
Chicago Ballet Conservatory and Elgin Symphony Orchestra Collaborate for "The Nutcracker". 180
Christian County Senior Citizen Center News. 113
City Clerk Lynch sends letter of resignation Witt: Council decides against fall trash cleanup. Leonard, By Jake 825
Class 8A. 3095
Closing the school preparedness gap Report is concerning but must be considered in broad context of educational goals. 446
college Basketball Salukis sign Sekou Dembele. 310
College of DuPage to Commemorate Constitution Day 2018. 206
Comedy Night Fundraiser for Refuge For Women. 159
Considering an energy audit? Get informed. 424
Constitution, not Kavanaugh, is the problem for his critics. 669
Coping with fewer hours of daylight. 495
Council accepts resignation of HUB fitness coordinator. 175
County CEO program helps students along their journey CEO: They call it 'going to work'. 366
Cubs 'on' their game in win. 574
Cubs still planning on D.C. makeup game depsite hurricane. 649
Cubs win on night to remember at Wrigley Rozner: Cubs win on night to remember at Wrigley Field. 815
Cubs win on night to remember at Wrigley. 821
Cubs' plans still have them headed to D.C. 648
CUMMINGS. 121
CUMMINS. 291
Daily Herald takes nine awards in Inland contest. 268
Dallas chief concerned over pepper-spray projectile use. 587
Dan Livesay, formerly of Du Quoin. 316
Data shows risk of meningitis higher among college students. 643
Davis Votes to provide more financial aid counseling. 398
Deloris June Hall of Galatia. 276
Deloris June Hall of Galatia. 276
Des Plaines. 630
Dist. 139 board bars parent from grounds over fight at game. 345
Doing the conference shuffle. 897
Don't have time to walk and meditate? Try them together. 402
Donald R. Adams, 83, Taylorville, passes away. 165
Dorothy Hicks, 96, Pana, passes away on Sept. 2. 205
Dundee Township Lions Hosting Annual Community Breakfast For Heritage Fest. 144
Dundee-Crown edges LZ. 505
Early bird fee for Lions 5K Race ends Sept. 1. 219
Ecologist to lead foraging walk at College of DuPage. 312
Educational Foundation, Vogler Ford team up for fundraising event. 342
Elgin restaurant featuring custom-made pizzas opening soon on Randall Road. 384
Elizabeth Smart is outraged that one of her kidnappers will be freed. 307
Enjoy Student-Made Culinary Delights for Lunch, Dinner and at the Market. 432
Enrollment declines 12 percent at SIUC. 293
ERICKSON. 275
Esco E. Watkins of Eldorado. Obituary 144
ESCO E. Watkins of Eldorado. Obituary 143
Ex-Batavia football champ injured in fall from balcony. 251
Exhibit at Wellness Center features Lake in the Hills artist. 279
Factors to consider when choosing and applying mulch. 364
Fairfield rolls past CZR in game called off at intermission. 119
Fall Catch-and-Release Fly fishing season opens October 6 at select sites. 354
Farmers get relief from trucking regulations. 507
Feed the Hungry in Montgomery County. 136
Fields of flags become places of healing. 598
Filing Period for Meridian CUSD #15 School Board Candidates. 136
Fire district plan raises concern in Barrington 220. 543
Fire district plan raises concerns in District 220. 508
Fire district station proposal raises concern at Barrington District 220. 553
Focus on history highlights Simon Institute fall 2018 lineup. 288
Football. 1324
Football: Skins lose to Alton Nokomis loses to Explorers Friday night in Alton. Lyons, By Greg 1195
For better indoor health, keep your dust collection to a minimum -BYLN- Submitted by the Villas of Holly Brook and Reflections Memory Care. 511
For Rosh Hashanah, traditional sweets -- and fond memories of Greece. 1543
Fort Armstrong and Rock Island Arsenal have defended nation since 1816 Arsenal:. 984
Fort Armstrong and Rock Island Arsenal have defended nation since 1816. 983
Fort Armstrong, Rock Island Arsenal have defended nation since 1816 Fort:. 981
Fort Armstrong, Rock Island Arsenal have defended nation since 1816. 983
Four simple ways to tune up your nutrition and live healthier longer. 943
Fox Valley Philharmonic to hold auditions Saturday. 496
Franklin County land transfers. 855
Franklin County Sheriff's blotter. 568
From the community's past. 143
Fundraiser launched to expand food pantry. 768
Fundraiser launched to expand Wayne Township food pantry. 707
Fundraisers. 511
GADBERRY. 173
GARRITY. 126
Gary Scruggs of Du Quoin. 242
Gary Scruggs of Du Quoin. 243
Gay man, ex-single mom highlight N.H primary wins. 484
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois presents new mobile shop -- Juliette's Closet. 349
Girls golf: Stevenson breaks record. 118
Girls volleyball: Carmel downs St. Viator. 240
Girls volleyball: Fox Valley roundup. 383
GM welcomes Blue Mound Leader to Pana News family of newspapers -BYLN-. 341
GOHL. 207
Golf outings. 770
Governor declares 2018 harvest emergency Farmers, crop haulers won't have to wait to more successfully compete with neighboring states -BYLN- submitted by elizabeth tomev governor's office. 836
GRADY. 177
Green Oaks apartment plan sparks opposition. 423
Green options available for home siding projects. 494
Gruden's big return falls flat in Oakland. 641
Guest view Combating the opioid crisis in Southern Illinois. Hesseltine, Submitted By Scott; Grove-Paul, Linda; Inc., Centerstone 598
Guest view Combatting the opioid crisis in Southern Illinois. Hesseltine, Submitted By Scott; Grove-Paul, Linda; Inc., Centerstone 607
Guns and 3-D printers. 474
Gurnee police issue 49 citations, make one arrest during traffic campaign. 113
Halloween returns to Carbondale Longstanding tradition makes its way back to the Strip for 2018. 1035
HANNES. 160
Happy Trails Fishing Derby will reel in some family fun. 162
Harking Back. 514
Harrisburg approves 40-year deal for water Water:. 561
Hawks advance to semifinals of IESA softball regional. 191
Hazel Margaret Lampley of Benton. 357
High school fair in Elgin:. 365
High school students attend LLCC Agriculture Career Expo. 302
HORVATH. 182
Hospital cafeteria to have new look Hospital: Cafeteria changes -BYLN- By John Broux, Pana News Group editor. 411
Hospital cafeteria to have new look. Broux, By John 418
How a Naperville group is helping teens cope with stress. 521
How Potluck for Peace builds bridges between people of different faiths. Daday, By Eileen O. 592
How to build your home bar. 463
Hunger Action Month returns for 10th year. 546
Illinois bicentennial Illinois is a leader in aerospace and aviation technology Aerospace. 707
Illinois State Police to conduct patrols. 182
Improve indoor air quality in advance of winter. 482
In the world of true Champagne, it's all about following the rules Ross: Know amount of air wine can take. 669
In the world of true Champagne, it's all about following the rules. Ross, By Mary 698
Incentive for Taylor Motor, TIF amendments OK'd by Council Council:. 525
Interim leader formally takes office Interim: Lawlor still collecting full salary, benefits. 444
Iran nuclear chief hopes deal will survive. 969
Is it enough? 147
Jackets ride storm out in 43-6 win. 695
James Michael Drain, 71, of Decatur, passes away. 431
Jarred Lawrence, 21, of Pana charged in numerous burglaries. 257
Job Seekers Invited to Attend Northbrook-Area Job Fair on September 27. 295
Join 'The Bridge's' Color Run for a Day of Family Fun. 426
Join in clean energy conversation on Thursday in McHenry County -BYLN- Submitted by Environmental Defenders of McHenry County. 304
Join the Arbor Day Foundation now and Receive 10 Free Trees. 295
Joyce Ann Graves of Omaha. 391
Kaburov helps Hersey to win. 606
Kane County Board lays groundwork for tolls on Longmeadow Parkway. 547
Kane lays groundwork for Longmeadow Parkway tolls. 537
Karan Martin of Marion. 234
Kathleen Weekly, 79, Sandwich, a Pana native, dies Thursday. 377
Keeping housemates harmonious Solo: Communication is key when sharing a kitchen, stove, fridge with roommates. Recipe 725
Keeps housemates in harmony. 847
Kelly Miller Bros. Circus returns to Itasca. Circus review 484
Kelly, Bost go back and forth over debate plans Debate. 303
Kelly, Bost go back and forth over debate plans. 303
Keselowski's winning streak pumps life into NASCAR playoffs. 813
Key to finding fairway could be in grip pressure. 548
Keya Pate named branch manager II at First Mid. 187
Kiehna to attend White House conference. Conference news 212
Lady Redskins see action this week. Sowarsh, By Maddie 745
Lake Barrington industrial building sold for $2.65M. 251
Lake County Farm Stroll features CLC campus land. 418
Lake Zurich Students Represent at All-State Theatre Production of In the Heights. 378
Lancer soccer drops nailbiter to Metro-East to close out Labor Day. 308
Land Transactions. 298
Learn about improvements for bike trails at club meeting. Bicycle, Submitted By Fox Valley; Club, Ski 205
Learn about Living Waters mission at Sept. 30 meeting. 271
Lecture to focus on connection between prayer and health. 361
Let the School Bell Ring - Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. 429
LINDELL. 243
Litchfield Tourism launches new website. Website overview 322
Local briefs. 499
LOCAL CHURCH ACTIVITIES. 192
Longtime Lake County administrator is leaving for a new job in Florida. 423
Luella Griffiths, 101, passes away. 130
Lunch Menu for Meridian Elementary. 145
Make the most of your home improvement dollars. 466
Marion city department purchasing limits raised. 352
Marion Police Blotter. 218
Marion spikers sweep Salem. 122
Mark your calendar Things to do in DuPage County Wednesday 12 Thursday 13 Friday 14 Saturday 15. Calendar 819
Mayor welcomes community volunteer. 196
Meadows police get AEDs:. 394
Meth possession. 140
Michael Strahan says he likely would kneel during anthem if he were still playing. 933
Midwestern Propane truck aids humane society. 133
Millikin University welcomes former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar Sept. 17. 566
Monarch butterfly program is Sept. 22. 149
Monarch butterfly program Sept. 22. 152
Montgomery County team wins Demo Derby feature. 486
Moonves' downfall shows power -- and limits -- of #MeToo. 856
Moose Lodge to host blood drive. 137
More prison for Peru terrorist:. 554
Movie guide. Movie review 1759
Moweaqua Ambulance Board meets. 211
Moweaqua Lions Club Calendar winners. 126
Moweaqua Public Library News. 431
Music & Arts opens Schaumburg location. 103
Naperville mayor stresses importance of teaching, reflecting. 476
Natural ways to fight fall allergies. 479
Neighborhood conversation Five questions with ... Betty Eastman of Du Quoin. 212
Neighborhood conversation Five questions with ... Blair Partain of Harrisburg. 201
New changes to some 4-H projects. 555
New Haven thrilled to receive historical plat map. 349
New pain management clinic added at Pinckneyville hospital. 297
New recommendations after last year's deadly flu season. 434
Next SI Opry set for this weekend. 186
Nichols Library to close from September 18 u September 21, all three library buildings closed September 21. 159
No Queen of Hearts winner, but there will be one next week. 487
Nokomis chamber discusses downtown decor at meeting Chamber: Group talks about ribbon-cuttings. 528
Nokomis Woman's Club to host Arts & Crafts show. 157
Nominating Packets available in Shelby County for local school board candidates. 257
North Stars win without their 'A' game. 552
North West Housing Partnership offers 'Aging in Place' program. 545
Northwestern's Fitzgerald rails against run pass option rules. 584
Not all omega-3s are created equal: Myths vs. facts. 627
Notice. 1391
NOVELLO. 219
Oakton club makes a difference at Cleveland-area shelter. 532
Opening celebration for Pickleball Courts at Nike Sports Complex Sept. 22. 317
Owner just cleaning up Washington Street property. 176
OXFORD, Miss. -- No Missouri Valley Football Conference team has ever beaten an S. 824
Palatine's Allstate Insurance Agent Tony Gambino Puts Community First. 484
Palatine, Conant end in tie. Garofola, By Mike 580
Pana soccer plays two, split games. 305
Panthers earn second place at Shelbyville Invite. 206
Panthers up record to 3-0 in mud fest Friday. 374
PARENZAN. 134
Pastor installed at St. Joseph Parish Parishes in Christopher and Sesser will become chapels. 270
Peace Meal Senior Menu for September. 199
Pension fund hike leads to budget cuts Council:. 470
PEO Chapter awards program continuing education grant. 254
Perry County court report. 510
Petitions available for South Macon Public Library District Trustee. 106
Pinckneyville hospital CEO seated on state board. 239
Pistol's safety catch may have stopped a 12-year-old from shooting his teacher in the face, report says. 536
Police Blotter. 426
Police Officer Memorial and Tree Park Dedication Scheduled for October 14. 167
Police searching for man who exposed himself to 11-year-old. 163
Politicians, hands off the Justice Department. 442
Politicians, hands off the Justice Department. 442
Pope to meet U.S. bishops Thursday over abuse scandal. 926
Prince of Peace UMC in Elk Grove Hosts Fundraiser on September 30 at Belvedere Banquets. 334
Prisco Center welcomes all to its grand reopening Sept. 13. 157
PROCLAMATION. 239
Protect your home (and more) from winter's freeze. 448
Public Service Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 856
Push underway to lengthen Grand Canyon tourist season. 637
Queen of Hearts is still a no-show Drawing: 'It's really helped put McHenry on the map'. 742
Queen of Hearts is still a no-show Drawing: 'It's really helped put McHenry on the map'. 475
Queen of Hearts is still a no-show. 475
Quintana, Cubs 'on' their game. 567
R. Richard Prudhomme, 89, Moweaqua, passes away. 238
Rain keeps the earth dry? 386
Rams take care of business. 493
Randolph Co. program aims to prepare kids, parents for school. 648
Rangers Panthers score late, keeping Rangers winless. 585

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