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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (August 26, 2020)

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'Ballots of Power: A Century of Women's Suffrage'. 646
'CSI Phenomenon' and forensics on TV. 406
'My son matters' Shooting: Bullets pierced Blake's spinal column -BYLN- By Mark Guarino, Jaclyn Peiser, Mark Berman and Griff Witte The Washington Post. Guarino, By Mark; Peiser, Jaclyn; Berman, Mark; The, Griff Witte Column 948
'My son matters'. Guarino, By Mark; Peiser, Jaclyn; Berman, Mark; Post, Griff Witte The Washington 950
'The Secrets We Kept' chosen for community to read in Arlington Hts. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 290
'Whatever they need'. Wilson, By Marie 341
* Dorm-room parties are being blamed for a coronavirus outbreak at the Universit. 414
* In 2015, Godzilla was made an official resident of the Shinjuku ward of Tokyo. 309
100 years after 19th Amendment certified, League of Women Voters broadens its go. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 953
100 years of woman suffrage: What difference has it made? 614
20th annual Care4 Breast Cancer 5K goes virtual Oct. 9-18. Submitted by Cathy Patenaude 186
5 benefits to my Social Security. Eisenhauer, By Matt 332
A low-carb birthday celebration? Sugar-free cheesecake takes the cake Mauer: Use high-quality ingredients whether you're cooking sugar-free or not. 494
A low-carb birthday celebration? Try crustless cheesecake. Mauer, By Don Recipe 762
A no doubter: Crawford wants to return, bring another Cup to Chicago. John Dietz jdietz@dailyherald.com 659
A one-person canoe. 612
A reminder from the Montgomery County Health Department. submitted by Jodi Perkins 277
AbbVie, Harvard partner to study viral diseases. Daily Herald Staff 246
Adler Arts Center offers virtual classes. Submitted by Molly Bunder 344
Algonquin to start fall hydrant flushing Sept. 7. Submitted by Village of Algonquin 252
Amazon Channahon facility donates to Northern Illinois Food Bank. Submitted by Karin Shapiro 438
AP FACT CHECK: Trump, GOP distort on health care, vote fraud. Yen, By Hope; Seitz, Amanda; Press, Calvin Woodward Associated 2233
Application period opens for Illinois' COVID-19 mortgage assistance program Grants worth up to $15,000 each do not need to be repaid. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 416
Area health departments deserve praise for efforts against COVID-19. 645
Area players master Highland Woods. McGavin, By Kevin 841
As Glen Ellyn nomination process begins, two emerge in race for village president. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 573
As of Aug. 25, COVID-19 case counts per county, per ZIP code. 553
At-home movie guide. Movie review 1057
Aurora church to screen outdoor family movie Saturday, hold Wed. barbecue. Submitted by Our Savior Lutheran Church 176
Aurora Methodists extend drive-in worship services. Submitted by Flowing Forth United Methodist Church 434
Aurora resident accused of stalking in Kane Co. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 237
Aurora resident accused of stalking in Kane County. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 237
Bank profits slump 70% as virus rakes country. 393
BBQ Bolt Run/Walk in Downers Grove to benefit SEASPAR. Submitted by Dawn Hartman 456
Be a CASA volunteer to help a child in foster care. Submitted by CASA Kane County 269
Big Jim Thompson: A bipartisan dealmaker like none other Miller:. 756
Big week ahead for Streelman. 707
Big week ahead for Wheaton's Streelman. Ziehm, By Len 714
BMW Championship hosts 9-hole charity match. Daily Herald report 187
Boys golf: Area players master Highland Woods. McGavin, By Kevin 848
Brenda Evrley, 59, Pana, passes away August 17. 250
Bridging generations through technology at The Springs in Naperville. Submitted by Ivy Marketing Group 673
Buzz at the Beauty Shop. 284
Cabin fever setting in Funny: Cabin fever. 808
California looks for help in tough wildfire season. Associated Press 278
Carpentersville seeks volunteers to serve on boards and commissions. Submitted by Village of Carpentersville 552
Celebrate National Bike Month in Schaumburg This September. Village of Schaumburg 239
Census count enters the homestretch Census: Why should it be completed? Sharon Barricklow correspondent 539
Chamber pushing legal shield on virus liability. The Washington Post 326
Chatwood, Q's pitching returns a mixed bag in loss to Tigers. Mike McGraw 607
Chester boys golf schedule. 247
Chester District 139 recognizes retirees, service anniversaries. Jim Beers Contributing writer 497
Chester girls golf schedule. 183
Chester Public Library Storytimes, book discussion, YouTube and more. 241
CHS Boys start 2020 golf season 4-1; Lady Jackets begin 2-1 Golf. Jim Beers Contributing writer 813
Clocking the slow crawl of pandemic time Ritter. Geoff Ritter gritter@localsouthernnews.com 732
Cohen critical of his 2019, Bears QBs being too cautious? Sean Hammond Shaw Media 737
Cohen critical of his 2019; QBs being too cautious? Sean Hammond Shaw Media 727
Concerned parents address school board about opening Parents: Address Nokomis school reopening. Ellen Christner correspondent 1119
Consultant recommends route for a Cedar Lake Road realignment. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 437
Contract-for-deed loophole closed City Council eyes adopting International Property Maintenance Code. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Photojournalist 639
Contract-for-deed loophole closed Loophole:. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Photojournalist 639
Council discusses forming COVID recovery grants Council: Help town with COVID recovery. Ellen Christner correspondent 466
Council hears about funds, COVID testing and census Council: COVID testing here. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 768
County treasurer reminds residents of real estate tax due date of September 1 for Macon County. submitted by edw. yoder 161
COVID reports are more than just numbers. 397
COVID-19 case counts per county. 556
COVID-19 cases rise in Williamson County. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 216
COVID-19 doldrums beginning to set in Funny: Covid doldrums. 808
COVID-19 doldrums beginning to set in. 808
Crawford wants to help bring another Stanley Cup to Chicago Hawks: Crawford in no hurry to leave. 654
Cubs' Hoerner trying to become threat to steal. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 304
D214 Community Education fall lineup offers something for everyone. District 214 589
Des Plaines Park District to unveil indoor Prairie Lakes Aquatic Center. Submitted by Des Plaines Park District 401
Discover partners to launch auto fleet payment system. 499
Discover partners to launch auto fleet payment system. 152
Dist. 15 'tech tents' help bilingual families. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 505
Doctor of bible. 188
Dust memorials presented to food bank last week. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 231
Ela Township Board votes to put Road District consolidation on the November 2020 ballot. Ela Township 327
Elizabeth Heffernan graduates U of I with honors. Jim Beers Contributing writer 306
Elmhurst Art Museum offer a myriad outdoor and virtual experiences for all ages. Submitted by Amanda Berrios 1406
Essential Hero Bobblehead Collection for Charity. Mark Scroggie 294
Family and a personal touch RNC: Trump pardons felon, welcomes immigrants. Peoples, By Steve; Price, Michelle L.; Press, Darlene Superville Associated 935
Family and a personal touch. Peoples, By Steve; Price, Michelle L.; Press, Darlene Superville Associated 935
Family and a personal touch. Peoples, By Steve; Price, Michelle L.; Press, Darlene Superville Associated 904
Family and a personal touch. Peoples, By Steve; Price, Michelle L.; Press, Darlene Superville Associated 1049
Farm bureau lunch program deemed a success. Submitted by Gay Bowlin Franklin County Farm Bureau 173
Farm Progress Show goes virtual in 2020; returns to Decatur for 2021. Susan McGrath Editor 318
Feder: WGN America's 'News Nation' gets ready to make primetime history. Robert feder 170
Fire big winners in return to Soldier Field. Associated Press 152
Five reasons to use My Social Security. Eisenhauer, By Matt 353
Flexibility more than a mindset at S. Elgin stretching studio. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com 449
Flexibility more than just a mindset at new South Elgin stretching studio. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com 449
Fox Lake cancels Fish Fest, other upcoming events. Daily Herald report Calendar 161
Francine Norman, RN, BSN, MBA of Illinois Pain Institute/ Barrington Pain and Spine Institute promoted to Practice Administrator. Mary Lucchetti 357
Franklin County land transfers Land. 1239
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 401
Franklin County youth place in virtual 4-H livestock and animal shows. Submitted by Heather Willis University of Illinois Extension 476
Franklin-Williamson reports another 52 cases of COVID-19. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 199
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 377
Get in orders by Sept. 14 for Fall Sustainability Sale. Submitted by The Land Conservancy of McHenry County 345
Giolito complete no-hit masterpiece. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 590
Glenbrook Dist. 225 board takes no action regarding administrator on leave. Herald Report 198
Glendale Heights fire called suspicious Fire: Red Cross has helped 21 residents who were uprooted. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 447
God's Kingdom: Two Realms. 509
GOP lawmakers push for ethics reform to move forward. Rebecca Anzel Capitol News Illinois 513
Gov. Pritzker's team gets it right this time Miller. 768
Guaranteed Rate Field's light towers flickered, knocking the local broadcast off. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 564
Halbrook named Illinois Chamber award recipient. Submitted by Liz Hartog 290
Halbrook named recipient of state chamber award. LIZ Hartog 269
Half ceviche, half shrimp cocktail, this cool, bright dish is thoroughly refreshing. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post Recipe 444
Half ceviche, half shrimp cocktail, this cool, bright dish is thoroughly refreshing. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post 228
Half of high school students vaped or used e-cigs last year. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 807
Harvest milkweed pods and plant garden for Monarch butterflies. Kelly Allsup Horticulture Educator 493
Hoerner trying to become threat to steal. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 599
Homeschooling: The oldest form of education in the world Homeschooling: Oldest education. Submitted by Moe Bruns 981
Honoring 100 years of suffrage Sheila Simon is still encouraging women to jump into politics with both feet Simon:. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 667
Honoring 100 years of suffrage Sheila Simon is still encouraging women to jump into politics with both feet. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 666
How 4 suburban exhibits are telling the suffrage story. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 754
Hundreds of thousands flee coast ahead of Laura. Associated Press 988
Hundreds of thousands ordered to flee coast ahead of Laura. REBECCA SANTANA and JEFF MARTIN Associated Press 1007
Huntley wrapping up Reed Road multi-use bike path project. Submitted by Village of Huntley 170
Husband and wife have a failure to communicate. 585
If you read this column, I feel your pain. Column 508
IHSA Board approves modified postseason for fall sports. Staff Report 541
IHSA IHSA Board approves modified postseason for fall sports. Staff Report 542
IHSA nixes state tournaments. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 765
Illinois Pain Institute is Addressing Opioid Surge During the Pandemic for Those With Spine or Other Painful Conditions. Francine Norman 513
Investigators call Glendale Heights fire suspicious. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 453
Investigators call Glendale Hts. fire suspicious. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 447
ISBE releases data showing second consecutive year of increases in kindergarten readiness Increases in readiness follow historic investments in early childhood. 895
Italian Sausage, Squash And Pasta Skillet. Ann Maloney The Washington Post Recipe 832
JALC is open for business after fire forced closure JALC. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE Director Of College Relations/JALC 560
JCPD arrest suspect in alleged attempted assault near Arrowhead Lake. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 198
Joyce G. Joplin, 88, formerly of Benton, passed away peacefully in her sleep on. 338
Joyce G. Joplin, formerly of Benton. 338
Justice Dept. asked to look at local cases. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 325
Kane opens up grants for local businesses, nonprofits Grants: Applications due by Oct. 2. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 526
Kane opens up grants for local businesses, nonprofits. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 526
Kindergarten center built for kids to 'explore, get messy and discover'. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 448
Kindergarten readiness improves for the second straight year Latest KIDS report shows significant racial, economic disparities. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 668
Kristin Wolter is new Chester High School counselor Wolter. Jim Beers Contributing writer 484
Lake in the Hills man dead, Woodstock man charged with DUI after fatal wreck near Hebron. Jon Styf Shaw Media 218
Lawmakers distribute masks to seniors Masks. MADDISON HARNER Illinois Senate Republican Staff 375
Lawyer: Blake not likely to walk again after police shooting. MIKE HOUSEHOLDER and SCOTT BAUER Associated Press 1100
League of Women Voters of Central Kane County host program on 19th Amendment. Submitted by League of Women Voters of Central Kane County 208
Leagues of Women Voters celebrate the 19th Amendment inviting DuPage and Kane County state legislators. Submitted by Leagues of Women Voters 445
Let's pay homage to the suffragettes. 366
Let's us pay homage to the suffragettes. 366
Libertyville Sunrise Rotary Announces 2020 Wine Tastings Schedule. John Coxon 399
Local 4-H volunteer inducted into 4-H Hall of Fame posthumously. submitted by u of I extension 487
Local female-owned spirit brand stirs up success and establishes seat at industry table. Submitted by Savile Cocktails 343
Local food pantries benefit from TCCU's tri-county food drive. submitted by tccu 312
Local Orthodontist Donates Over 1,000 Masks to Area Schools. Katie-Nell O'Connell 234
Local woman publishes children's book covering pandemic issues. Benton News 172
Locals have adventures out West. 243
Maine South outbreak linked to parties. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 341
Marion girls win triangular Wildcat boys finish third at Green Hills. Staff Report 152
Marklund presents advocacy awards to officials. Submitted by Dawn Lassiter-Brueske 490
Mask a must near server New state rule on restaurants, bars begins today Mask: Republicans protest limits in Will, Kankakee counties. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 490
Mask a must near server New state rule on restaurants, bars begins today. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 490
Melania Trump taking Rose Garden turn to pitch her husband. DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press 1029
Memorial Hospital receives 5-star ranking. Submitted by memorial Hospital of Chester 183
Memories of baseball games and a continuing look at food trends. 857
Middle School Raiders split games this week. 350
Mild squash meets spicy sausage all in this one skillet. Ann Maloney The Washington Post 283
Moments in Time. The History Channel 205
Monday is the perfect day to reflect on God's love for us. 637
Music in Mundy Park. 560
Nak4 Orthodontics Donates Over 1,000 Masks to Area Schools. Katie-Nell O'Connell 234
Nancy (Nan) Novara of Marion. 627
Naperville launches video campaign to promote wearing masks. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 411
National Trust for Historic Preservation names Aurora to history list. Submitted by Aurora Historical Society 378
Neighbors object to outdoor stage at Mundelein bar Stage: Bar rep says some emails full of lies. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 405
Neighbors object to plans for outdoor stage at Mundelein bar. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 415
Networking. 559
New business brings auto work to customers. John Broux 198
New Philharmonic moves first few 2020-21 season concerts online. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 267
New U.S. cases fall as masks gain favor, but testing lags. Associated Press 255
Nokomis football to join spring Cahokia Conference. Colby Applegate correspondent 212
North Suburban YMCA Camp Has Successful Summer With No COVID-19 Cases. Creative Marketing Associates 669
North Suburban YMCA's Drive-In Movie Night Plays to a Sold-Out Crowd. Creative Marketing Associates 319
Now Here's A Tip. JoAnn Derson 268
Older drivers get license extension Older drivers get license extension. Submitted by Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White 428
Older drivers get license extension. Submitted by Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White 428
Pamela Workman, 72, former Moweaqua resident, passes away. 157
Pandemic canning is so popular, stores are running out of jars and other supplies. Emily Heil The Washington Post 1302
Pandemic canning is so popular, stores are running out of jars. Emily Heil The Washington Post 835
Park district OKs deal to buy Grandt's station Deal: Grandt's gives park district all but one property on the block. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 536
Park district OKs deal to buy Grandt's station. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 536
Paving the politcal path for women Sheila Simon passes on a family legacy of leadership Simon. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 667
Paw's Corner COVID Plays Havoc With Puppy's Vaccines. Sam Mazzotta 304
PGA Tour marches on quietly with BMW at Olympia Fields Rozner:. 906
PGA Tour marches on quietly with BMW at Olympia Fields. Barry Rozner brozner@dailyherald.com 910
Pioneer festival marks 37th year; set for September 5-6. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 650
Pioneer festival will mark 37th year Set for September 5-6 Festival: Fun, educational. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 650
Pitching returns mixed bag in loss. 604
Police and Fire Merit Board adds two members Board:. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Photojournalist 702
Police and Fire Merit Board adds two members. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Photojournalist 702
Poll: Many shoring up finances amid downturn Poll: Nearly half of homes hit by a layoff say at least one bill has gone unpaid. JOSH BOAK and EMILY SWANSON Associated Press 863
Pritzker orders stricter mask mandate for bars, restaurants. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 892
PSAV names Erwin as new CEO. 186
Randolph County briefs. 396
Ready for success. Paul Valade pvalade@dailyherald.com 327
Ready for success: 4,000 students receive free school supplies in Aurora. Paul Valade pvalade@dailyherald.com 333
Recent home and property sales Addison Algonquin Aurora Batavia Carol Stream Carpentersville Downers Grove Elburn Elgin Elmhurst Geneva Glen Ellyn Glendale Heights Hampshire Huntley Lisle Lombard Naperville North Aurora Pingree Grove Roselle Sleepy Hollow South Elgin St. Charles Sugar Grove Villa Park West Chicago Westmont Wheaton Winfield Woodridge. 1714
Refresh Your Memory. 1072
Republican Convention take-aways: All Trump, all the time. JONATHAN LEMIRE and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press 1118
Revived Rose City Classic to help raise funds for service dog Classic: Two races held. Submitted by CAthy Jones 475
Richard Hilvety, 85, Macon, passes Sunday after battle with cancer. 307
Rivals sound off on Black Lives Matter, Trump. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 475
RLC chosen for apprenticeship expansion grant Grant. RLC Public Information 580
RNC Day 2: A personal touch from the Trump family. Peoples, By Steve; Price, Michelle L.; Press, Darlene Superville Associated 1049
Ross excited to have Quintana back. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 240
Rotary congratulates African region on becoming wild poliovirus-free. Submitted by Stephanie Herzfeld 489
Sanchez comes back to Sox. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 361
Sandy Brix named 2020 4-H Hall of Fame volunteer. submitted by Yolanda nation 517
Schaumburg approves 149-home subdivision. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 325
Schaumburg police say man fired at them while fleeing. Charles Keeshan ckeeshan@dailyherald.com 166
Sesser woman publishes children's book covering pandemic issues. Benton News 172
Sheila Simon encourages women to jump into politics with both feet. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 397
Shifting defenses helped Hoerner prepare for new assignments. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 270
Shots fired on Interstate 290:. 422
Shots fired on Interstate 290:. 422
Sports in 60 seconds. 401
Spread out and fly a kite. Submitted by Naperville Park District 166
St. Charles Business Alliance Gifts "Be You" Sculpture to the City of St. Charles. Submitted by St. Charles Business Alliance 344
St. Charles mayor orders bars to close at midnight. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 255
St. Charles Trading Inc. brings their modern vision to the food distribution industry once again. Submitted by St. Charles Trading Inc. 530
State opens applications for $2M transportation grants. RAYMON TRONCOSO Capitol News Illinois rtroncoso@capitolnewsillinois.com 449
State Sen. Fine celebrates women's suffrage centennial with virtual tour of Illinois Holocaust Museum's Ginsburg exhibit. Submitted by Office of State Senator Laura Fine 369
State tightens mask rules at restaurants, bars. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 490
Students complete Leadership Greater McHenry County internships. Submitted by Christine Johnson 289
Sturgis Rally sends COVID-19 infections throughout the U.S. STEPHEN GROVES Associated Press 387
Takeaways from GOP convention. 529
Taylor throws no-hitter Monday night. 162
TCCU settles into new location in Pana. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 673
The AP account, 100 years ago, when women finally won the vote. The Associated Press August 1920 1238
The AP account, 100 years ago, when women finally won the vote. The Associated Press August 1920 932
The making of a dove hunt. 832
The Power of Women. Larry Daniel 680
The progress of the League of Women Voters Progress: Membership grows with focus on issues. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 914
The progress of the League of Women Voters. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 914
The vote opened the door, but the fight for equality continues. 307
The vote opened the door, the fight for equality continues. Rita Mayfield 310
Trivia Test. Fifi Rodriguez 164
Turn your garden bounty into vegetable 'fries' Meredith: There's no need to peel tomatoes for sauce if you've got a food processor. Recipe 716
Turn your garden bounty into veggie "fries". Meredith, By Leslie Recipe 1093
U-46 welcomes new administrators. Submitted by Elgin Area School District U-46 1590
Unit 2 projects drop in number of students Students. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 505
USDA Forest Service Eastern Region hiring firefighters throughout northeast and midwest. Submitted by Sue Hirsch, Public Affairs Specialist, Shawnee National Forest 287
USDA stands up new team to better serve farmers and ranchers in Illinois. submitted by usda 329
Vonda Thompson turns 94. Submitted by Linda Thompson 179
Warrant issued for murder suspect. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 152
WGN America's 'News Nation' to air 3 hours every night, starting next week News: Coverage to go beyond politics. 838
What is life? 433
What's it like to have surgery during a pandemic? One Delnor patient shares her story. Submitted by Northwestern Medicine 606
Wheeling Township voter information. Submitted by Vicarious Public Relations 555
Wildcat boys start strong Bassi turns in top time for girls. Staff Report 240
Wildlife Resource Center rescues six baby woodpeckers. Sara Denham MCCD Wildlife Resource Center Manager 380
Witt jet to be moved to Memorial Park in revamped display. colby Applegate correspondent Reprint 358
Women's suffrage So much progress has already been made, but so many glass ceilings still remain to be shattered. 511
Woodlands creates new online academy. Submitted by Woodlands Academy 398
Woodridge Rotary to hold 11th annual Recycling Extravaganza Sept. 12. Submitted by John Kozlowski 429
Words to Remember Big Thoughts in a COVID-19 World. Rev. Kevin D. Kriesel Blue Mound UMC 620
World & nation in 60 seconds. 238
Would you let your child video tape themselves exercising for Gym Class and send it digital back to school? Barrington 220 HS is mandating time lapse videotaping of your child working out for PE class daily. Deena Gallo 409
Your vote is a duty to past and future generations. Laura Fine 271
Your vote is a duty to past and future generations. 268

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