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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (April 8, 2020)

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"Egg"cellent holiday food safety tips. Submitted by U of I Extension 237
'A World of Thanks' By Marlene Cutchin of Carpentersville. 151
'Good Omens' by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 275
'I'm gonna shake God's hand' Folk singer John Prine, from Chicago area, dead at 73. Associated Press 885
'It takes a village'. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 537
'Modern Family' cast shares memories as series finale airs Wednesday. Associated Press 866
165 VIPs urge 20 economic powers for billions for COVID-19. EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press 512
2 in custody after shooting:. 631
73 more dead, 1,287 more infected with COVID-19 in Illinois. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 517
A perfect Pavlova for Easter This showstopping dessert is incredibly easy and made with pantry staples. 830
A perfect Pavlova for Easter. Kazmier, By Penny 814
A Willowbrook alumnus is working furiously to find a treatment for COVID-19. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 620
Anderson Animal Shelter needs emergency funds. Submitted by Anderson Animal Shelter 385
Are backyard chickens a good fit for you? Chickens. 390
Area 4-Hers receive Emerald Awards and scholarships. submitted by Elisha Hughes 705
Area courthouses currently hearing most pressing cases. Compiled by Pana News Group Staff 343
Area courts now hearing mostly emergency cases. Susan McGrath Ramsey News-Journal Editor 250
Batavia United Way COVID-19 Fund to benefit relief efforts. Submitted by Batavia United Way 265
Bears have a need at running back but it's not at the top of the list. Hub Arkush harkush@profootballweekly.com 559
Bears have RB need, but it's not at top of list. 564
Bettman says NHL may not be able to complete season:. 2166
Blue Mound Chief looking forward to agreement with Macon. John Broux Pana News Group 313
Bost will host COVID-19 teleconference. Submitted by U.S. REP Mike Bost 213
Boys and Girls Clubs still serving at-risk youths. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 434
Bulls begin interviews for new top executive. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 238
Business owners raise money to assist restaurant workers. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 297
Cardinal Pell welcomes court's dismissal of abuse conviction. ROD McGUIRK Associated Press 1219
CEFS still providing services. submitted by cefs office 166
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73. Michael Warren Associated Press 1277
Celebrating in trying times Holidays' deeper meanings resonate as observances change. 418
Celebrities reveal new sides during virus, but face backlash. Mark Kennedy AP Entertainment Writer 1021
Central A&M spring musical, "The Lion King" on hold. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 496
Change law so M.D.s can help in health crisis. 449
Chester students get next round of remote learning material. Jim Beers Contributing writer 181
Church: Rich history involves 150 of service in Ramsey community St. Joseph's Catholic Church history: Celebrating 150 years. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 1521
Clubhouse Chatter: If you weren't a sports writer, what would you be? 339
COD donates protective equipment. Submitted by COD New Bureau 296
Community Business Relief Program starts in McHenry County. Submitted by McHenry County Community Business Relief Program 737
Companies, officials must fight gouging. Pierson, By Kathy; Aly, Sheikh Hassabn Mostafa; Townsell, Richard; Columnists, Jacki Bakker Guest 589
Congress, White House reach high for next virus bill. LISA MASCARO AP Congressional Correspondent 984
Congressman Bost will host COVID-19 teleconference. Submitted by U.S. REP Mike Bost 214
Cook County launches loan program for suburban small businesses, 1099 workers. Daily Herald report 264
Cooperative selects winners for Youth to Washington Tour. Susan McGrath 322
Cooperative selects winners for Youth to Washington Tour. 318
Cooperative winners of Youth to Washington. 308
Coral Ferry's Pavlova. Recipe 503
Coral Ferry's Pavlova. Recipe 520
Coroners gird for the worst with protective supplies, morgue space. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 515
Correctional officers, police force deserve praise. 371
County's emergency declaration stands through the month. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 401
COVID-19 numbers continue to increase. Staff Report 175
Crunchy is the name of the game in recipe for oven-fried chicken Crunchilicious Oven-Fried Chicken Thighs. Mauer, By Don Recipe 1087
Despite delay, organizers planning for successful BMW Championship. 696
District 200 creates fund to feed families in crisis. Submitted by Melissa Stehlik 203
District 220 board approves project spurred by donation. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 327
Dooley Jr. recalls his father's memorable run as Bears coach. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 991
Doyle Deon Barnhart of Chester. 236
Dry herbs get a bad rap, but they can be flavor powerhouses. Here's how to use them. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 876
Du Quoin mask makers have orders for more than 1,000. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 322
DuPage expecting drop in sales tax revenue due to COVID-19. Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com 335
DuPage Habitat donates personal protective equipment to Amita Health in LaGrange. Submitted by Nina Fuentes 333
ECC named a 2020 Military Friendly School. Submitted by Elgin Community College 389
Edna Pauline 'Johnnie' Wilkins, formerly of Carrier Mills. 258
Egg substitutions for cooking and baking when store shelves are empty. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 1162
Egg substitutions for cooking and baking when the store shelves are empty. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 1162
EGGJAM cafe, Handcrafted Kitchen planned for Mount Prospect. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 290
Elgin Twp., residents donate to food pantry. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 464
Employees: Health insurance will be maintained during furlough. HOLLY KEE hkee@bentoneveningnews.com 233
Essential workers eligible for state child care during pandemic -BYLN- BY BEN ORNER Capitol News Illinois borner@capitolnewsillinois.com. BEN ORNER Capitol News Illinois 355
Everything appeared so normal on those beautiful days we enjoyed last week, as k. 970
Exicure names Walbert as board chairman. 408
Explore a career in agriculture. 361
Farmers market plans move forward. Susan McGrath Staff Writer 204
Feeding the Need: Greater Chicago Domino's[R] Stores to Donate 26,600 Pizzas. Submitted by Domino's 533
Financial hits pile up for colleges as some fight to survive. COLLIN BINKLEY and JEFF AMY Associated Press 1120
First known COVID-19 death reported in southern Illinois Randolph County has 27 cases as of Monday; Jackson County has 14 and Perry County, 0; Franklin still reports just one. SILMG staff report 843
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 233
From the classroom to the front line: COD student joins the fight against COVID-19. Submitted by COD New Bureau 668
Gratitude for Gallatin schools. 165
Gurnee to help cover payroll at Bittersweet Golf Course. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 344
Harrington hasn't lost his love of basketball. 674
Health providers get temporary immunity from civil liability. 754
Heartland Regional Medical Center to begin financial restructuring Will continue caring for patients as parent company; local hospital operations unaffected. SUBMITTED BY HERBY VOSS Director of Marketing/HRMC 371
Herrick Peace Meal menu. 222
Homicide or hospitality? Depends on the order. 624
Hopefully the McLain twins & teammates will run the track this spring. Geary Deniston Contributing Writer 1358
How farmers are using drones. 226
How hospitals are preparing for looming coronavirus surge. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 672
How to clean, when faced with shortage of supplies. 298
How to play it safe with canned foods. 349
How to practice social distancing during a pandemic. 408
Humane housing for safe and comfortable livestock. 486
IESA cancels sports season; IHSA cancels through April. 376
IESA cancels spring sports season; IHSA cancels through April. 334
Illinois faces risk of ratings cut to junk. 357
Illinois has more than 1 million small businesses - some new, some old, some fam. 557
Improve your health at home. submitted by u of I extension 598
In pursuit of a treatment Pursuit: Researcher seeks drug combo that reduces spread, lessens symptoms. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 601
In pursuit of a treatment. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 601
Individuals with disabilities get connected at NWSRA. Brian Selders 505
International Kiwanis, Optimist, Rotary and Lions clubs united in service to community. Submitted by Stephanie Herzfeld 453
Is Joe Biden weaker today than Clinton was in 2016? 783
Is Joe Biden weaker today than Hillary Clinton was in 2016? Byron York 786
James 'Jim' Barker of Johnston City Raymond T. Ellis of Marion Donald E. Phillips, formerly of Du Quoin. 1193
Jennifer Lynn King of Chester. 479
John A. Hoffman, 81, Ramsey native, passes. 223
Joseph: Father to Christ. Larry Daniel 639
Kane County Health helps recruit medical volunteers. Submitted by Kane County Health Department 234
Kaskaskia College offers tutoring anytime and new connect app. Submitted by Cathy Karrick 272
Kosher-for-Passover roses hits all the right notes Great value. Dave McIntyre The Washington Post 397
Lake County forest district stresses distancing rule. Daily Herald report 215
Land acquisitions expand forest preserves. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 381
Land Transactions. 225
Leading in the time of COVID-19. 394
Let's all practice common sense. 513
Letter to Editor: If not God, Why? Editorial 710
Letter to the Editor. Letter to the editor 442
Letter to the editor. Letter to the editor 236
Libertarian, Green parties sue over Illinois election rules. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 735
LLC competition uses TikTok platform. submitted by lake land college 254
Local 3-D printers becoming the front line of the PPE supply chain. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 707
Local animal rescue feeling the effects of COVID-19 crisis. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 307
Local health clinics offer video visits for patients. Submitted by Melissa Rybolt 434
Local minor leaguers hope to break out this season Season: Local minor-leaguers trying to stay ready for their shot at the major leagues. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 869
Local minor leaguers looking to prosper in 2020. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 876
Local virus updates. 235
Local virus updates. 227
Local virus updates. 241
Local virus updates. 232
LOGO: Stir-crazy cooking: How to adapt during the pandemic Headline: Pantry staples make this veggie taco recipe a keeper when supplies run low Tex-Mex Soft Vegetable Tacos Tex-Mex Soft Vegetable Tacos. Lisa Friedman Miner lminer@dailyherald.com 692
Lower level athletes set back by stoppage. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 765
Making the most of what you've got. 477
Making the most of what you've got. Susan Stark sstark@dailyherald.com 498
Man charged with Aurora-area burglary, stolen vehicle possession. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 268
Mariano's launches new virtual cooking classes, Meet Ups for customers. Submitted by Mariano's 253
Mayor issues a ticket warning. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 470
McMahon: Talk to children about abuse. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 360
Meal Village Offers Affordable Program for Delivering Fresh, Nutritious Meals to Local Seniors During Pandemic. 496
Melissa Drone. 317
Memorial Behavioral Health offers free community hotline. submitted by memorial health systems 174
Memorial Field getting a makeover. Jerry Fitzpatrick jfitzpatrick@dailyherald.com 398
Mideastern burial traditions clash with fears of contagion. QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA and SAMYA KULLAB Associated Press 917
Millikin University offering "MacMurray Match" to MacMurray students. submitted by millikin university 349
Mississippi State AD 'disappointed' in Leach's noose tweet. Associated Press 279
Modeling coronavirus: 'Uncertainty is the only certainty'. SETH BORENSTEIN and CARLA K. JOHNSON Associated Press 832
Modern farms are technological marvels. Metro Creative Content 305
Monthly Report - March. 468
More 4-H activities for youth during stay-at-home order extension. 570
Motorcycle racing returns to Du Quoin fairgrounds in July. Submitted by the Illinois Department of Agriculture 206
Movie guide. Movie review 1149
Moweaqua Library suggestions for downloading reading material. submitted by library staff 217
Muslim Charity Packing & Distributing Essential for Locals. ASMA JARAD 213
Naperville sets 3% tax for potential recreational marijuana sales. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 388
Naperville votes for 3% tax on potential recreational pot sales. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 379
Navy boss resigns amid uproar over ship captain. Associated Press 374
New procedures in place at Chester Area Christian Food Pantry. Herald Tribune staff report 235
New services at Ferrell Hospital and clinics for routine care and COVID-19 assessment. Submitted by Lacey Harms, Ferrell Hospital 432
NYC virus deaths exceed 4,000, topping toll for 9/11. Associated Press 397
Oil price plunge nips market rally. Associated Press 436
Online grocery services struggle to meet spike in demand. KELVIN CHAN AP Business Writer 1026
Other communities can emulate the success of Marion United. 440
Owls are a welcome sight in southern Illinois. 594
PAL-Clearbrook holds its fundraiser online. Submitted by Paul Jochim 178
Pantry staples make this veggie taco recipe a keeper. Lisa Friedman Miner lminer@dailyherald.com 236
Parent struggles with public vs. private school. 549
Paws Care volunteer of the month. submitted by Florence Rozmislowicz 323
PCH announces operational changes Hospital: Makes operational changes. 294
PCH announces operational changes PCH announces operational changes PCH: New policies in place. 548
Perks of being a night owl or Insomnia 101. 322
Phyllis Hebert, 86, Taylorville, passes away April 1. 271
Play ball in May? Major League Baseball mulling options. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 646
Play ball in May? MLB mulls options MLB: Players, staff would live in isolation in hotels. 640
Police Blotter. 388
Police Blotter. 502
PPE gouging must be stopped. 550
Practice common sense. 513
Preserving the past. Submitted by Connie Mascillino 506
Prosecutors: Arlington Heights intruders hoped to find $200,000 cash. Barbara Vitello and Christopher Placek bvitello@dailyherald.com cplacek@dailyherald.com 618
Prosecutors: Intruders hoped to find $200K in cash Invasion: Homeowner shot intruder in the stomach. Barbara Vitello and Christopher Placek bvitello@dailyherald.com cplacek@dailyherald.com 604
Prosecutors: Intruders hoped to find $200K in cash. Barbara Vitello and Christopher Placek bvitello@dailyherald.com cplacek@dailyherald.com 604
Randolph County leads deep southern Illinois with 29 COVID-19 cases Region's first death is 90-year-old woman in Carbondale COVID. SILMG staff report 691
Randolph County sheriff's blotter. 256
Recommended read 'Good Omens' by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 275
Refresh Your Memory - Ramsey. 599
Restaurant delivers hot meals to ER staff. Joe Lewnard jlewnard@dailyherald.com 228
Restocking the Cupboards Smithpeters signs scorer/slasher from Bowling Green, Ky. SPYDER DANN mdann@dailyregister.com 397
Retired teachers to offer virtual mentoring to students. SUBMITTED BY NATHAN MIHELICH , Il Retired Teachers Association 288
Richland Community College Offers Online Mental Health Services to All Students. Submitted by RCC 348
Richland Community College to offer food options. submitted by richland college 261
RLC Americorps volunteers step up in time of need. RLC Public Information 250
Robert McGlauchlen, 71, Rosamond dies. 242
Safety tips for parents of young farmers. 379
Sahara Homecare Continues to Hire and Provide Services During COVID-19 Pandemic. Khan, Kulsoom 301
Second Saline County resident tests positive for COVID-19. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 247
Secretary of State has online options. submitted by sec. of state 276
Select Kiddie Academy Locations in Chicago Area Remain Open for Business Amid COVID-19 Pandemic. Kiddie Academy 215
Seven Dwarfs Family Restaurant is giving back to the community. Submitted by JD Paker 296
Singer-songwriter John Prine, native of Chicago area, dies after getting COVID-19. Michael Warren Associated Press 1276
Social distancing for the long haul Local trucker says the pandemic is affecting his job. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 287
Some tips to follow if you are high risk for COVID-19. Metro Creative Content 347
Son recalls his dad's remarkable run as Bears coach Coach: Dooley was considered a cerebral tactician. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 991
South Elgin animal shelter merges with Elburn wildlife center. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 467
Southern Illinois Coaches Association names Ian Reith to All-South Team "Big Country" was also Chester's 2019-20 MVP. Jim Beers Contributing writer 418
Southern Illinois Community Foundation launches 'COVID-19 Relief Fund' to help out. SUBMITTED BY BYRAM FAGER Southern Illinois Community Foundation -CLMN- 336
Southern Illinois LOCAL Media Group wins four IPA awards Awards. SILMG staff report 228
Southern Illinois LOCAL Media Group wins four IPA awards. SILMG staff report 263
Southern Illinois LOCAL Media Group wins four IPA awards. SILMG staff report 227
Spike in deaths brings total to 380 Update: Member of governor's staff has tested positive. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 512
Spike in deaths brings total to 380. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 512
Spring is here, quarantine or not. 881
STCE Junior Mason Peterson Wins Back-To-Back IL State Championships as Captain with Fox Valley Robotics Team Unknown Element 10635. Submitted by Alex Peterson 638
Stericycle completes divestiture of business unit. 164
Still life As number of COVID-19 cases increase locally, life slows down even more. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 164
Stocks close lower; oil declines on deal doubts. Katherine Greifeld and Claire Ballentine Bloomberg 298
Stove-top steaming is hands down our favorite way to hard-cook eggs Classic egg salad Simple Deviled Eggs. Ann Maloney The Washington Post Recipe 1457
Stovetop steaming is hands-down our favorite way to hard-cook eggs. Ann Maloney The Washington Post 623
Students close generation gap with letters, artwork. Patricia Babcock McGraw pbabcock@dailyherald.com 586
Suburban companies stepping up to help meet the nation's demand for ventilators. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 538
Suburban coronavirus cases by county. 370
Suburban family returns for another round on 'Family Feud'. Eileen O. Daday Good News 684
Support small business with 'IL-ove Local' campaign in Lombard. Submitted by Yvonne Invergo 591
Suspect accused in burglary:. 397
Suspect accused in burglary:. 395
Take virus seriously. 513
Taking over the family Passover dinner can mean breaking traditions, and hearts Passover Brisket. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post Recipe 1395
Taking over the family Passover dinner can mean breaking traditions, and hearts. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post 743
The basics of coronaviruses and COVID-19. 412
The benefits of dairy in your diet. 396
The Center of Itasca is giving away Stained Glass Windows? Submitted by the Rev. Bob Butler 367
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 490
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 409
The following information was obtained from the Marion Police Department. Note t. 503
The hour is at hand. 502
The importance of the Easter story remembered. 662
Their Life's Work: How a yoga studio, consignment shop, martial arts club adapt during the pandemic. 557
Their Life's Work: Lake in the Hills martial arts club now posts recorded training sessions. Rick West 263
Their Life's Work: Siblings now must run their yoga studio out of their Elgin and Streamwood homes, online. John Starks 159
Tickets on sale for 2020 Street Machine Nationals in Du Quoin. Courtesy of the Street Machine Nationals 180
Time to play the 'Feud'! 676
Tips for keeping frozen food fresh. submitted by u of I extension 767
Tips for making a cloth mask Cloth: Professor tested different materials, used 4 layers in each. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 497
Tips for making a cloth mask. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 497
Tracking the Sandsquatch. Mason Crist 316
Travel industry taking a real hit, as most of us stay home. Metro creative Content 263
Trump removes watchdog tapped for $2T virus rescue oversight. Tucker, By Eric; Daly, Matthew; Press, Mary Clare Jalonick Associated 719
Trump shakes up press team as White House deals with virus. ZEKE MILLER and JILL COLVIN Associated Presss 707
Trump shuffles press staff:. 202
Trump upends oversight of $2.2 trillion rescue package. Associated Press 499
TumbleBooks offers free online books to Nokomis. submitted by library staff 201
U of I Extension to host gardening webinar series. Submitted by Heather Willis University of Illinois Extension 269
UK's Johnson in ICU, was given oxygen in battling virus. JILL LAWLESS and DANICA KIRKA Associated Press 1074
Understanding Social Security Beware of calls claiming there's a problem with your Social Security number or account. Matt Eisenhauer. Social Security District Manager 202
United: 'We are taking care of our citizens'. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 478
Vernon Township budget OK'd:. 390
Virus update. 353
Walgreens expanding COVID-19 tests using Abbott kits. Richard Klicki rklicki@dailyherald.com 309
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) today a. SUBMITTED BY ERICA SCHROEDER, Spokesperson for Sen. Dick Durbin -CLMN- 273
We can finish Jerad's song. 409
What can fly, but not stand still? 415
What drives the economy worldwide? Agriculture. Metro Creative Content 289
What makes for a good homemade face mask? Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 497
What others are writing about COVID-19. Daily Herald Report 309
What's behind this toilet paper shortage? Marc Fisher The Washington Post 694
What's open and closed among Chester businesses. Submitted by the Chester Chamber of Commerce 634
When leaders are stricken in office, how do nations act? TAMER FAKAHANY Associated Press 711
When should I start fishing? 668
When should I start fishing? 603
White encourages residents to use online services during office closures. submitted by sec. of state 279
Why farmers are dumping milk in latest blow to battered U.S. dairy. Mulvany, Lydia; Patton, Leslie; Bloombrerg, Michael Hirtzer 532
Wisconsin voters wait for hours Election: 5 out of 180 polling places operate in Milwaukee. Scott Bauer and Steve Peoples Associated Press 639
Wisconsin voters wait for hours. Scott Bauer and Steve Peoples Associated Press 639
With help from family, colleagues, Downers Grove coach goes from football to fac. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 472
Work: How suburban businesses are adapting. 557
Z-R teachers parade to lift up students. Norma Tackett Contributing Writer 190
Zach Boog zooms to evenings on WGCI. 412

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