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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (August 7, 2019)

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'Red flag' gun laws gain steam Gain: More in GOP joining Senate Democrats in support of red flag laws. 978
'Red flag' gun laws gain steam. 978
109th Fall Festival starts Thursday. 589
13 tips to help you save big during back-to-school shopping this year. 1233
52-year-old Du Quoin man charged in home invasion. 108
8 new principals start at U-46 schools. 533
A cool way to get to know the police. 225
A first-inning run was all it took for Florence to beat the Boomers. 175
A man of the people. 413
A sojourn into history. 356
Accidents. 351
Addison Aurora Bloomingdale Carol Stream Downers Grove Elmhurst Glen Ellyn Glendale Heights Itasca Lisle Lombard Naperville Roselle Villa Park Westmont Wheaton Wood Dale. 1449
After 50 years, reflecting on the first message I preached in Shawneetown Hall. 630
After backlash, New York Times amends headline on Trump's response to shootings. 979
Agency is for abortion, not health care. 110
All aboard 'Hollywood Beach'. 521
All case information was provided by the Marion Police Department. All cases sho. 647
Alma Louise Allen of Marion Laura Helen Bedwell of Brighton Debra Faye Jerrels of Marion Sheila B. Kane, formerly of Marion Shane Penley of Johnston City. 1428
America also needs to pay attention to its 'soft power'. 672
American Duchess docks at Chester. 116
Arlington Heights plans to recruit more minorities to police force. 430
Arlington Heights to recruit more minorities to police force. 430
As much fun in a kitchen as allowed Stark: Contest runs a bit like TV cooking shows. 575
As much fun in a kitchen as allowed. 555
Assumption welcomes St. Jude runners for 14th year. 565
Audition for Youth Symphony of DuPage. 188
August 20 senior living workshop at Extension. 112
August is Immunization Awareness Month. 210
AUTO RACING. 214
Back to School BBQ Bash is looking for more volunteers. 400
Barger waives hearing and arraignment on July 31. 212
Bears' all-pro Mack revved up and ready to go Bears: Mack is back and as hungry as ever. 743
Bird taxidermy classes offered at SIC. 318
Bloomingdale Garden Club discusses how best to use herbs. 228
Blue Mound Library kicks off 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. 499
Blue Mound Masonic to sponsor child ID program August 13. 175
Boiled moose nose requires little culinary talent ... 391
Bolingbrook's Cooke takes 3-shot lead into Illinois Open's final day. Ziehm, By Len 647
British legend Rooney to leave America, MLS. 329
Bud and Cinda Stocks celebrate 50th Anniversary August 10. 233
Bud and Cinda Stocks to celebrate 50th Anniversary on August 10. 233
Buffalo Grove favoring pot sales Pot: Student cites harm to public safety, family friendliness. 530
Buffalo Grove favoring pot sales Pot: Student says sales would hurt public safety, family friendliness. 530
Buffalo Grove likely to allow sale of recreational marijuana. 530
Buffalo Grove Rotary Duck Race fundraiser benefits its charities. 418
Build a Bird feeder wreath Aug. 11. 118
Cake: Allowing all key parts to chill a vital step. 1086
Camera Club show to benefit equine therapy. 172
Cardinal fans: Your Illinois license plates have finally arrived Plates. Griffin, By Jake 488
Cardinal fans: Your Illinois license plates have finally arrived. Griffin, By Jake 488
Cards fans can show pride on plates. 395
Carpentersville park meeting:. 373
Cases conclude. 526
Central A&M Transportation Guidelines for 2019. A, Submitted By DeeAnn Heck Central; Superintendent, M. 874
Chester city council Residents opposed to Dawnview closure told they are too late Council. 534
CHESTER Senior Center menus. Recipe 201
Chris Paul Reed, formerly of Benton. 286
CHS band starts work on 2019 field show, 'The Music of Queen' Flag Team returning for first time in nearly a decade Band. 447
COD's Travel & Tourism Program prepares students for the industry. 464
Community foundation celebrates nonprofit agencies. 722
Complaints filed. 167
Confederate Railroad controversy. 593
Conservation District to host St. Louis Zoo trips on August 13, 20. 146
Cook County Health reminds you to make time for healthy teeth. 226
Cooke up by 3 going into Illinois Open's final day. Ziehm, By Len 617
Cougars shut out for ninth time. 154
County board chairman hosts tourism meeting Tourism:. 436
Crash Champions acquires three businesses. 144
Crime of the Week. 112
Crowned:. 447
Cullerton out as chairman of labor panel. 339
Danielle Brooks: Ask for what you want. 216
Debate over recreational pot sales continues in Des Plaines. 350
Defense says former teacher falsely accused. 225
Des Plaines' top cop to lead fire department during search for the next chief. 246
DeWerff-Tepen Plan Fall Nuptials. 136
Dist. 203 continuing breakfast test at four schools. 451
Dist. 203 continuing breakfast test Breakfast: Dist. 203 to analyze test scores. 451
Dodson charged again, weeks after other cases. 151
Don't expect to see much from Bears' starters in Thursday's preseason opener. 701
Don't expect to see much of the starters. 689
Dowell and Glenda (Moyer) Hibbs celebrate their 50th anniversary. 108
Dressen represents Zeta Theta chapter at national convention. 109
Du Quoin to host Back to School Party on Friday Party:. 341
Eight new principals take the helm at U-46 schools. 533
Eleanor "Ellie" M. Ferre, 96, Decatur, passes away July 28. Obituary 203
Elmhurst Realty office collects teddy bears at kindness event. 315
Emails: Confederate Railroad was booked for 2 months before Pritzker's office knew. 594
Employers can't ask applicants for wage history. 660
Entries sought for Scarecrow Daze Parade. 150
Epilepsy Walk coming to Rent One Park on Aug. 11. 781
Evan M. Higgins, 4, Moweaqua, passes away July 28 in Springfield. 276
Evan M. Higgins, 4, Moweaqua, passes away July 28. 276
EVENT DRIVES HOME SENSE OF COMMUNITY. 225
Ex-teacher is 'falsely accused,' defense says. 450
Extension to hold tree selection, care workshop August 13. 125
Falcon Park open house to showcase facility opportunities. 243
Farm Bureau meeting for Prime Timers August 20. 134
Farm Bureau Prime Timers meeting set for August 20. 134
Farmers markets in the Northwest suburbs. 974
Feder: The Drive revs up to the top of Chicago radio ratings after 18 years. 126
Fermilab Natural Areas to hold Volunteer Work Day. 309
Fermilab Natural Areas to hold Volunteer Work Day. 310
First Fall Festival 5K and 1 mile Fun Run to launch Saturday. 303
Former agent Strzok suing FBI:. 511
Former Fed leaders defend Powell against Trump attacks. 373
Franklin County land transfers Land. 904
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 765
Free children's orthopedic clinic on Aug. 30. 260
Fresh summer tomatoes were made for this panzanella salad. 377
Friends of the Library activities. 202
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 551
Future of Sparta and Pyramid laid out in strategic plans. 401
Gambling telecast will be a first for NFL. 174
Genevieve Barnes Ruot will celebrate 100th birthday on August 17. 251
Golf outing raises $10K for education Golf: Foundation thanks businesses. 372
Governor signs law meant to ease Medicaid backlog. 485
Grilled Eggplant, Zucchini And Poblano Ciabattas With Queso Fresco. Recipe 492
Grilled Eggplant, Zucchini And Poblano Ciabattas With Queso Fresco. Recipe 530
Gurnee library to host session on cutting the cord. 118
Harking Back. 511
Heaven's Kitchen opens in Marion. 593
Heaven's Kitchen opens in Marion. 286
Helen Schwartz, 96, of Coalton, passes August 2 in Nokomis. 178
Herrin House of Hope hosts eighth annual Family Fun Day on Sept. 8. 726
How 'currency war' may weaken U.S. economy. 696
How to make an icebox cake, the coolest (literally!) no-bake dessert. 1086
Hundreds celebrate CLC's anniversary at Community 50 Fest. 405
Icebox cakes Rainbow Sprinkle Icebox Cake Peach Melba Icebox Cake Dark And Stormy Icebox Cake. Recipe 1619
If you hate a dry sandwich, this vegetable-packed, delectably messy ciabatta is for you. 180
Illinois Central Elite-ICE Finishes 10th in the Counrty at 6th Grade Based AAU National Championships in Hampton, VA. 302
Illinois to offer Cardinals license plates beginning in September. Griffin, Jake 477
Illinois to offer Cardinals license plates. Griffin, Jake 423
Introducing the Renovated Riverwalk Cafe. 488
Is Madigan really ready for reform? Jury is out. 739
It's no popularity contest. 560
Ivanka Trump tweets inaccurate info about city, upsets Lightfoot. 437
Ivanka Trump's tweets about city contain inaccurate info, rile Lightfoot. 158
Jackson Co. Health Dept. offers back to school vaccines. 257
JC 'Back to School Bash' a success. 124
JC coach charged with sex assault. 157
JC teacher/coach charged with criminal sexual assault. 157
Jon Lester's ERA took as big a hit as he and the Cubs took Tuesday night at Wrig. 544
Judy Bantner, 71, Pana, passes away Saturday. 168
July 24, 1919 -- 100 Years Ago. 294
Jupiter, fifth from the sun and 300 times larger than Earth. 661
Katie Micenheimer joins U of I Extension staff in Christian County. 271
Kerr speaks on Warriors' off-season, hope for future. 606
Kim: Launches are warning. 553
Kingdom Heirs enjoy day trips. 297
Kintzler on injured list; Strop returns. 535
Kintzler onto injured list, Strop activated. 536
Labor Day Parade float criteria announced. 314
Lakeside Pavilion summer series wraps up with jazz, Motown. 484
Lane closures for roadwork to start Monday in Libertyville. 109
Learn how to help the butterflies at Monarch Fair in Crystal Lake. 244
Lester struggles in lopsided Chicago Cubs loss. 551
Let's put an end to 'revolving door' lobbying. 392
Life and death in America Everywhere we go today, we look, at least faintly, over our shoulders; we shouldn't have to. 535
LIFT - Luxury Indian Fashion Tour and show in Chicago sees huge turnout. 421
Live Music in the Parks. 581
LLCC Academy of Lifelong Learning showcase on Aug. 14. 299
Local Man Honored by American Cancer Society. 344
Lois Fern Davis Ellebrecht, formerly of Thompsonville. 367
Luella Mae Evans, 89, Farina, passes away. 265
Mack revved up and ready to go. 749
Magazine readers rank Meet Chicago Northwest best. 126
Magnificent melons Local melon vendor talks about the trade. 333
MAKING CONTACT. 214
Man accused of hate crime, attacking couple in Streamwood. 268
Man accused of hate crime, attacking couple. 275
Man charged with hate crime, accused of attacking couple in Streamwood. 268
Man dead after Elgin shooting. 230
Man who sold gun to undercover deputy gets 4 years in prison. 264
Marcus Harlan Primmer, 66, Sullivan, passes away. 279
Marian V. (Farrar) Allen, formerly of Carrier Mills. 237
Marion quilter's work chosen for international competition. 231
Marion Square shut down after bomb scare. 340
Mark 'Squirrel' Sumner of Harrisburg. 247
Mark Milhouse new United Methodist pastor. 507
Mark your calendar Wednesday 7 Thursday 8 Friday 9. Calendar 809
Master Gardeners to host botanical trip. 345
Master Gardeners to host botanical trip. 296
Master Naturalists contribute photos to Rend Lake Visitors Center Photos. 459
Matthew G. Goodman joins McHenry County as Assistant State's Attorney in the civil division. 156
McCann opens new location in Indiana. 141
Meet Chicago Northwest nets top bureau award. 205
Meridian Superintendent resigns; investigated by Macon Co. Sheriff Superintendent: Brue resigns, is investigated. 363
Methodist Men donate to Chester school music programs. 116
Millikin campus visit day Aug. 5. 118
Millikin campus visit day August 5. 118
Millikin campus visit day set for August 5. 118
Minnie Miller, 92, Pana, passes away. 223
Moore Family reunion to be July 13. Obituary 325
More Montgomery County 4-H Fair results revealed. 154
Mount Prospect offers parenting course. 212
Movie guide. Movie review 1415
Moweaqua based ACTS Internet Service expanding locally ACTS: Expanding locally. 469
Moweaqua based fiber optics expanding locally Rarick: Expanding. 463
Moweaqua based fiber optics expands locally Rarick: service. 463
Moweaqua Friends of the Library fundraiser. 150
Moweaqua Library Summer Read Finale. 164
Moweaqua Tree Park applications available. 106
Negative images of America take a toll on our 'soft power'. 667
Neighborhood conversation Five questions with ... Rex Duncan of Du Quoin. 474
Nelson retires after memorable run in Green Bay. 542
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 669
Networking. 875
New Chester Grade School principal is veteran Steeleville teacher Principal. 606
New law aims to protect kennel animals. 308
New overdose prevention event coming to Naperville. 510
New package liquor store opens in Carrier Mills. 211
New principals at schools in Tri-Villages. 222
New state law aims to protect animals in kennels from fire. 308
New state law aims to protect kennel animals from fire. 308
New-look Coliseum, hemp, more can be seen at state fair in capital. 703
No Labor Day Parade food drive; open for donations. 309
Nobel laureate Toni Morrison dead at 88. 2150
Northwestern Mutual-Chicago raises $159K for childhood cancer research. 299
Now comes the hard decision: What should Civil War Days be when it returns in 2020? 646
Oak Brook-based, female-owned marketing agency named as a finalist for Agency of the Year. 329
Omicron votes to donate fee for pool grant application. 344
Pair charged after fleeing crash. 158
Palatine Park District hosts Falcon Park open house Aug. 10. 170
Palatine woman celebrates 'rebirthday'. 508
Palatine woman celebrates her 'rebirthday'. 508
Palatine's Falcon Park open house to showcase facility opportunities. 259
Pana to bring Old Tyme Tractor Show, Hammer-In, and Family Fun Freedom Festival to park Saturday Saturday: Family festivals in Kitchell Park. 513
Perseid meteor shower viewing August 10 at Griswold Conservation. 148
Piano Man in Hoffman Estates:. 390
Piano Man performs Thursday in Hoffman Estates. 160
Pinckneyville hospital to benefit from Delta grant. 326
Plan advances for luxury apartments in Elmhurst. Matuch, By Rachel 546
Police blotter. 659
Police call report of bullying a hoax. 204
Police reports. 129
Police: 8-year-old boy's report of bullying at park turned out to be a hoax. 204
Police: Boy's report of being bullied at park in Huntley was a hoax. 204
Popovich, Kerr hope Team USA can be 'unifying' force. 795
Praying for Holiness and the Kingdom. 510
President works to bring us all together. 307
Pritzker calls for federal action on gun violence Action: Only federal government can make meaningful changes to gun laws, Pritzker says. 417
Pritzker calls for federal action on gun violence Violence. 417
Pritzker calls for federal action on gun violence Violence: States can't do as much as federal government can, Pritzker says. 417
Prologis sponsors Woodridge Rotary Club's 20th Mini Triathlon Aug. 11. 342
Public Service. 693
Pygott named new superintendent Pygott: New Meridian superintendent. 330
Randolph County briefs. 617
Randolph County Sheriff's Blotter. 1032
Real estate transactions. 352
Real estate transactions. 105
Recent home and property sales Algonquin Campton Hills Carpentersville East Dundee Elgin Gilberts Huntley Pingree Grove Sleepy Hollow South Elgin St. Charles. 1000
Recent home and property sales Aurora Batavia Campton Hills Elburn Geneva Maple Park North Aurora South Elgin St. Charles Sugar Grove. 1147
Red Bud mayor running for Randolph County board. 276
Redrawn map may set off more change in Indian-ruled Kashmir. 973
Report says state underfunds tobacco cessation program. 616
Revel in variety with two new exhibits. 343
Revel in variety with two new Water Street Studio exhibits. 343
Robert Standley, 66, Shelbyville, passes away. 300
Ross' choice. 107
Rowena May Hill, 96, Nokomis, passes away. 262
SCARF celebrates mentorship program at annual gala. 595
Schaumburg Dance Ensemble 'Nutcracker' auditions begin Aug. 16 Saturday, Aug. 17 Saturday, Aug 24 Sunday, Aug. 25 Friday, Aug. 16 Sunday, Aug. 25. 421
School data breach reported:. 397
Sheriff's deputy charged in crash that killed sisters. 129
Sign up early for Healthy West Chicago 5K Fun Run/Walk for online discount. 295
SILKY SMOOTH SENIORS. 347
SIU women's soccer program prepares to launch this month. 411
SIU women's soccer SIU women's soccer program prepares to launch this month. 412
Six counties in 60 seconds. 294
Skaggs/Everlen charged after crash; warrant arrests. 200
Skip the dry sandwich with ciabatta. 122
Some surprise wine standouts found in cans. Ross, By Mary 605
Some surprise wine standouts found packaged in cans Ross: Find all types of wine now in cans. 635
Sox: Long day ends in split with Tigers. 730
St. Charles begins talks on recreational marijuana sales. 667
St. Charles starts pot discussion Pot: Influence on driving remains a question for police. 667
St. Charles starts pot discussion. 667
St. Francis dental unit August 27. 104
St. John VBS students do service project for pregnancy center. 238
St. Louis Fed chief says more rate cuts may be desirable as Trump's trade war escalates. 335
State fair (in Springfield) features new-look Coliseum, new vendors Fair. 703
Steeleville library has plenty to do this month. 196
STEELEVILLE Senior Center MENUS. 151
Still no cause found for house fire on Rod & Gun Club Road. 165
Streelman needs to leave his mark in New Jersey to qualify for BMW at Medinah. Ziehm, By Len 837
Streelman needs to leave his mark in New Jersey. 809
Summer camp at The HUB excites kids. 172
Summer Tomato Panzanella. Recipe 314
Supreme Court weighs 2nd Amendment showdown. 850
Task force releases reports on Sparta shooting complex and Pyramid State Rec Area. 394
Temmen is FFA Section President. 161
Terry Brooks is the owner of Music in Motion DJ and Karaoke Service. 178
Texas Democrats shun Trump visit; FBI probes Dayton, California attacks. Associated Press 709
The Drive revs up to the top radio ratings after 18 years. 586
The evening they ate everything. 573
The evening they ate everything. 573
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 414
THE HUB OF CONVERSATION Five questions with ... David Fitts of Marion. 186
The importance of God is part of our history. 316

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