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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (August 18, 2021)

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'Dark cloud' hangs over win Gregor: Lamb 'praying' for Bassitt. 596
'They needed to be there' Constable: Widow recalls day Marines told her of husband's death. 930
'They needed to be there'. 930
'They needed to be there,' widow says of husband killed in 2010 in Afghanistan. 930
'This industry will never be the same without Arlington Park': Illinois horsemen. Christopher Placek 835
* The opposite of paranoia is pronoia. A person suffering from pronoia feels tha. 300
16 inductees to be named to Hall of Honor at Batavia High School Sept. 23. Submitted by Batavia Unit District 101 387
3-ingredient blueberry muffins are a true delight 3-Ingredient Blueberry Muffins. Olga Massov The Washington Post Recipe 1451
A fantastical look at 'less' and 'fewer'. 580
Afghanistan developments. 355
AFSCME Retirees group met in virtual setting August 9. SUBMITTED BY JOYCE SHELTON 514
After the storm: Repair and care for damaged trees. Submitted by U of I Extension Service 1285
Allman follows in family footsteps. Narang, By Bobby 503
Altrusa Club installs new officers. Submitted by Pat Szpekowski 285
Ambitious new program designed to make students more job-ready upon graduation Trades. Renee Trappe 978
Antioch Deerfield Fox Lake Grayslake Gurnee Hainesville Hawthorn Woods Highland Park Highwood Ingleside Island Lake Kildeer Lake Bluff Lake Forest Lake Villa Lake Zurich Lakemoor Libertyville Lincolnshire Lindenhurst Mundelein Round Lake Round Lake Beach Round Lake Park Vernon Hills Volo Wauconda Waukegan. 1958
August bluegills: Get 'em while it's hot. 663
Aurora Batavia Big Rock Carpentersville Elburn Elgin Geneva Gilberts Hampshire Huntley Maple Park North Aurora Pingree Grove South Elgin St. Charles Sugar Grove West Dundee. 1223
Aurora man faces additional charges stemming from Naperville unrest last summer. Lauren Rohr 191
Aurora man faces additional charges stemming from unrest last summer. Lauren Rohr 191
Aurora man faces additional charges. Lauren Rohr 191
Bartlett centenarian makes artistic debut in solo exhibit. Submitted by Kathy Wolf 505
Bears aren't the right team for rookie QB Fields to step in and win. Mike McGraw 644
Bears' depth at safety may be best in the league. 695
Bell, preschool building dedicated to longtime youth education director Rosemary Kesse. Submitted by Laura Schraw 662
Bingo! Blue Mound Fall Festival a winner as it celebrates colorful community. 193
Boomers rally to beat Joliet. Daily Herald news services 266
Canopy Home Watch Plus of Buffalo Grove earns third-year accreditation from the NHWA. Jack Luber 254
Carpenter continues cutting her times at Jacobs. John Lemon 477
Central A&M updates year begins. SUBMITTED BY CHARLIE BROWN 204
Cheatham races to Macon Speedway's HART Micro checkers. ADAM MACKEY TRACK ENTERPRISES 555
Chester city council City gas superintendent resigns; Helmers celebrates 20 years Council. Don Berry Contributing writer 527
Chicago reinstitutes indoor mask requirement; Pritzker won't follow suit for state. Jake Griffin 627
Chicago requiring indoor masks; state? Jake Griffin 583
Chicago requiring indoor masks; state? Masks: Retailers organization says workers shouldn't be the enforcers. Jake Griffin 583
Circus troupe set to thrill Volo Museum visitors Aug. 28-29. Cynthia Wolf 417
City Council plans for treatment plant upgrade Council: Block of East 1st Street to close. MilliE Meyerholz Correspondent 767
Climate change is real and it requires all of us to act. 413
Coalton reports $38,880 in ARPA funds in August. JAKE LEONARD STAFF REPORTER 733
Cook County property tax gap 'just doesn't make any sense' Commercial owners are being hit the hardest. Jake Griffin 702
Cook County property tax gap 'just doesn't make any sense' Commercial owners being hit hardest. Jake Griffin 702
County board will oversee distribution of federal funds Vick and Diederich in agreement that law enforcement should be funded FUNDS:. HOLLY KEE 426
County board will oversee distribution of federal funds Vick and Diederich in agreement that law enforcement should be funded. HOLLY KEE 426
County stymies St. Charles development proposal over traffic safety concerns Corner: County would prefer a low-traffic development. James Fuller 425
County stymies St. Charles development proposal over traffic safety concerns. James Fuller 425
COVID-19 cases rise dramatically Vaccination boosters recommended for some COVID:. HOLLY KEE 164
COVID-19 cases rise dramatically Vaccination boosters recommended for some. HOLLY KEE 164
Cubs call up Hermosillo; Sampson will start Wednesday. Mike McGraw 250
Deerfield man diagnosed with West Nile. Daily Herald report 235
Depth key to Huskies' success. Narang, By Bobby 1039
Detmers fans six during six-inning appearance vs. Astros. PANA NEWS GROUP COMPILATION 656
Developer sees plan as 'gateway into Wheeling'. Russell Lissau 368
Dinner with Sitting Bull? Submitted by Cultural Historians of Northern Illinois 205
Do you have the gift of intercession? 762
Doctor of Bible. 168
Dollar General considering development of former Kroger building Dollar: Store details unknown. JAKE LEONARD STAFF REPORTER 490
Donate Blood at Schaumburg’s Community Blood Drive August 24. Village of Schaumburg 187
DuPage County wins distinguished budget award. Submitted by DuPage County 229
DuPagePads looks to buy, convert Downers Grove hotel to house homeless. Katlyn Smith 579
Elk Grove Township Youth Services Responds to Pandemic After-Effects. Vicarious Public Relations 521
Exploring for new experiences. 562
Extension to offer two-day Certified Food Protection Managers class. CASSIE O'CONNELL U OF I EXTENSION 279
Factory production rebounds at fastest pace in 4 months. 431
Faith Lutheran Church to host benefit golf outing Sept. 25. Submitted by Sarah Chang 392
Family of man shot by Rittenhouse files lawsuit against Kenosha police. Associated Press 575
Family reunion: Culbersons reunite after 17-year gap. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 280
Fed's Powell: There's no returning to pre-pandemic economy Economy: 'This is an extraordinary time'. Associated Press 512
Feder: NBC 5 promotes Alicia Roman to top weekday morning weather job. Robert FEder 256
Flag-Hoisting ceremony in Glendale heights marks Pakistan's Independence Day. Syed Ullah 446
Forest & Found Thrift Invites You to Celebrate Dog Days of Summer on Friday, August 27. Rosemary Troxel 181
Former deputy chief admits guilt in ticket scheme. Doug T. Graham 257
Former Vernon Hills deputy chief admits guilt in ticket scheme. Doug T. Graham 283
Fostering Youth Talent, a regional talent competition for ages 7-18, is acceptin. Submitted by the Foster Family Resource Center of SI 390
Four stars: superior. Three: good. Two: average. One: poor. D (drugs), L (langua. 536
Franklin County land transfers. 986
franklin county sheriff's blotter. 1083
Free hands-on event to spread education on monarch butterflies. LAURA CRIDER U OF I EXTENSION 225
Gallatin County 4-Hers win big awards at Illinois State Fair. 255
Gardening tips for fall. Aubmitted by U of I Extension Service 268
Gardening tips for fall: Webinar to cover trees, tools, more. Aubmitted by U of I Extension Service 298
Get a kick - or not - out of blue cheese-stuffed Buffalo burgers Kazmier: Carrots add moisture. Recipe 975
Get a kick - or not - out of blue cheese-stuffed Buffalo burgers. Kazmier, By Penny Recipe 981
Get ready to dance, eat at Blues, Brews & BBQ festival. Submitted by Cynthia Wolf 630
Getting nostalgic for the State Fair. 854
Getting nostalgic for the state fair. 854
Glenbard Parent Series explores 'Loving, Affirming and Supporting All Children to Thrive'. Peg Mannion Glenbard District 87 381
Good Samaritan emergency dept. earns Lantern Award for efficiency, patient care. Submitted by Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital 368
Growing and giving Daday: 9,300 families have visited pantry. 648
Hale Street residents in Palatine continue waiting for solutions on flooding. Elena Ferrarin 612
Health department: 3% of Randolph residents eligible for booster shot. Herald Tribune staff report 449
Hendricks keeps Reds in check, Cubs end 12-game skid. MITCH STACY AP Sports Writer 236
Hendricks snaps Cubs' losing streak. MITCH STACY AP Sports Writer 236
Here and There. 181
Hermosillo called up, Sampson to start. Mike McGraw 242
Herrick's water main break reveals chemical cost increase. MILLIE Meyerholz Correspondent 392
Highland Park's Edward Polen Receives Chicago Paint & Coatings Association's Lifetime Achievement Award. David Brimm 317
Homeless advocates want to buy hotel Hotel: Model said to help disrupt homelessness cycle. Katlyn Smith 579
Horse owners, trainers plead for track or help Horses: Group leader says he'll 'fight till the bitter end'. Christopher Placek 744
Horse owners, trainers plead for track or help. Christopher Placek 744
How to deal with noisy fellow restaurant patrons. 562
Huntley Rotary installs new board. Submitted by Karen Hutchings 153
Illinois doctors want you to stay safe outdoors and be aware of ticks. 233
Illinois has a new state microbe. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 262
Illinois high school students partner with CHADD on a nationwide campaign for ADHD awareness. CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) 639
Interns complete leadership program in McHenry County. Submitted by Christine Johnson 277
Inverness Golf Club Announces New Addition. Jim Mitchell 329
It's not exactly a secret garden, but tucked away in the southwest corner of the. Eileen O. Daday Good News 654
Jewish Genealogical Society webinar looks at family surnames. Submitted by Martin Fischer 384
John Joseph West, 86, Pana, passes at home. 280
Johnson invites residents to ask questions, get assistance at upcoming Vernon Hills Farmers Markets. Office of State Senator Adriane Johnson 224
Johnson will start at QB, Porter's out for season NU:. Mike McGraw 554
Judge mulls rulings key to Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy. RANDALL CHASE Associated Press 235
June Mundell, 67, formerly of Pana, passes away August 6. 312
Kane County Repertory Theatre stages 'Romeo & Juliet' outdoors. Submitted by Lynne Kornecki 238
Kay Koeper Sorensen honored with Lifetime Achievement Award from the Anderson Arts Center. Rena Lee 389
Kermit Frailey, Chrisman, DVM, native of Ramsey, dies August 5. 753
Knights atop MSL, but don't count out Barrington, others. Miazga, By Mike 623
Kopech begins to 'embrace' new role. Scot Gregor 558
Kopech starting to 'embrace' relief role with White Sox. Scot Gregor 371
Lake Forest Art Pop Gallery Adds Life to Downtown. Stacy Vermylen 460
Lake Villa Resident AJ Johnson Takes Oath as Court Appointed Special Advocate. Deborah Rashman 387
Lakes Community High School Celebrates Its AP Capstone Diploma Recipients. Stephanie Savell 588
Land Transactions. 306
League of Women Voters celebrates 100 years. Submitted by Linda Elsik 218
Letter to the editor Illinois doctors want you to stay safe outdoors and be aware of ticks. 233
Letter to the Editor Summer Meal program a success in third year. 183
Linda Alexander, 73, Pana, passes August 10. 192
LLC to host virtual Court Reporting Technology info session. MERCURY BOWEN LAKE LAND COLLEGE 332
Local Musicians To Perform At Da Vinci Waldorf School in Wauconda on Aug. 14. Morgan Branson 463
Local students attend STEM academy. Submitted by Kane County 367
Malnati's to open 2nd Aurora location. Scott C. Morgan 329
Meridian school board votes no masks. Compiled by Pana News Group Staff 186
Moments in Time. The History Channel 314
Montgomery County 4-H Shooting Sports to meet September 12. ELISHA HUGHES U OF I EXTENSION 186
Montgomery County population falls 6 percent. JAKE LEONARD STAFF REPORTER 257
More opportunities to register for fall 2021 semester at LLCC. Submitted by LLCC 208
Movie guide. Movie review 946
Naperville recognized as a Better Business Town. 182
Nation’s Premier Collegiate Honor Society Inducts Keith Paul Lyman Into Membership. Brenda Baumann 418
NBC 5 promotes Roman as Avalos retires. 303
Negovetich, Grant, Grayslake Cent. lead the way in Lake Co. Miazga, By Mike 667
New artist featured at Wheaton library gallery. Submitted by Tracey Armenakis 238
New books available at South Macon Library. SUBMITTED BY SOUTH MACON LIBRARY DISTRICT 246
New Census categories leave impression of white flight. 749
New patio, fire pit coming to Lake Zurich's Sunset Pavilion Expand: Village officials praise revenue-generating pavilion. Doug T. Graham 459
New patio, fire pit coming to Lake Zurich's Sunset Pavilion. Doug T. Graham 459
New suburban telephone area code 464 approved. 181
Northbrook's Hardy earns PGA Tour card. 672
Northbrook's Nick Hardy earns PGA Tour card. Ziehm, By Len 679
Northwestern names Johnson starting QB, loses top RB to injury. Mike McGraw 566
Now Here's A Tip. JoAnn Derson 269
Oakton student-athletes, teams earn NJCAA academic honors. Submitted by Oakton Community College 446
Older kittens have advantages over younger counterparts. Mary Hayashi 462
Oliver "Ollie" F. Dubre, 93, former Pana band director, passes Aug. 14. 351
Omicron Delta met August 10 for monthly meeting at City Hall. SUBMITTED BY JILL QUATTLANDER 346
Palatine residents await flooding solutions Wait: Village needs agency approvals, manager says. Elena Ferrarin 601
Palatine residents await flooding solutions. Elena Ferrarin 601
Pana Pride discusses ongoing fundraisers for skate park, demolition. Ashley Bauer Staff Writer 151
Panagakis takes over as Wheeling football coach. Quagliano, By Dick 427
Pandemic picture worsens in Illinois COVID. Harrisburg Register staff report 256
Parents BULLYING at Bartlett High games. 198
Park district reaches fundraising goal for pool project. JAKE LEONARD STAFF REPORTER 295
Peach Crumble Pie. Recipe 721
Police blotter. 695
Police blotter. 882
Police search for 3 men after Aurora gunfire. Padar, By Kayleigh 289
Police search for three men after Aurora gunfire. Padar, By Kayleigh 289
Preacher Feature: Confessions of a Preacher. Larry Daniel 783
Pritzker noncommittal on eviction moratorium amid COVID-19 surge Evictions. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 420
Pritzker noncommittal on eviction moratorium amid COVID-19 surge. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 419
Pritzker noncommittal on eviction moratorium ICU hospitalizations up 290 percent since July 11, vaccination pace also quickens. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 721
Pritzker signs bills to aid seniors, veterans State Fair provides venue for multiple bill signings Bills. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 843
Prospect primed for more success. Miazga, By Mike 513
Put grilled eggplant with yogurt and tomatoes on repeat Afghani-Style Grilled Eggplant With Tomato Sauce, Yogurt and Herbs. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post Recipe 778
Q: Last eve I sat down for a quick bite at a nearby casual restaurant. It had be. 562
Quigley hits six 3-pointers, Parker hurts ankle in Sky loss. Associated Press 189
Quigley scores 27 in Sky's home loss to Dallas. Associated Press 196
Randolph County Sheriff's blotter. 726
Rangers go runner up at IHSA Showcase. Staff Report 226
Ray "Bud" Hays, 81, Moweaqua, passes. 227
Recent home and property sales Barrington Bartlett Buffalo Grove Deer Park Hanover Park Lake Barrington Long Grove North Barrington Roselle. 620
Recent home and property sales For complete listings, visit Addison Bensenville Bloomingdale Carol Stream Glendale Heights Itasca Lisle Lombard Naperville Roselle Villa Park Warrenville West Chicago Westmont Wheaton Willowbrook Wood Dale Woodridge. 1350
Rep. Bos School Supplies Drive Seeks Donations to Support Local Students. Rep. Bos 159
Retail sales slide as virus cases surge. JOSEPH PISANI AP Retail Writer 244
Richardson Farm hosts first sunflower fest starting Aug. 21-22. Cynthia Wolf 481
Ripon College honors Abigail Williams Budzynski. Jaye Alderson 173
Robyn Schiffman joins College of DuPage as new Dean of Liberal Arts. Submitted by COD News Bureau 410
Ruff, South Elgin looking for a repeat. John Lemon 1617
Run the MainStreet Libertyville Twilight Shuffle 5K. Submitted by Jennifer Johnson 401
Saline County 4-Hers triumph at Horse and Pony Show. 444
Sauteed mushrooms with chile-garlic sauce make an umami-packed dish Mushrooms With Chiles, Limes and Mint. Ann Maloney The Washington Post Recipe 937
Schafer named PBT Volunteer of Quarter. Submitted by Terry Schafer 300
Schaumburg allocates $4.9 million in federal relief. Eric Peterson 366
School board considers new grade school School: FY22 budget hearing set for Sept. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor 626
School board votes masks optional, gets warning from ISBE School: Consequences. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor 742
Second Costco in Naperville:. 410
Seminole Sports' inaugural softball All-Star Weekend a huge success. Submitted by Owen Whetstone 236
Sen. McConchie, Rep. Bos to Host Kids' Health & Safety Fair. Rep. Bos 246
Several suburban theaters are going to require you show proof of vaccination or a negative test. Barbara Vitello 335
Shelby Extension Foundation announces scholarship winners. Submitted by Yolanda Nation 162
Shepherd of the Prairie prayer shawl and quilt ministries give back. Submitted by Pat Szpekowski 598
Sign up now for the Swedish Days Bicycle Ride. Carrie Halle 244
SIU's Craft Shop offers an array of arts, crafts opportunities this fall. CHRISTI MATHIS SIU News Service 763
SIU's Small Business Development Center offers help to businesses hurt by pandemic. Christi Mathis SIU University Communications 336
Society's webinar looks at Jewish surnames. Submitted by Martin Fischer 319
Some crazy new contests are happening at 2021 Du Quoin State Fair. staff report 287
Some Dist. 303 parents continue to rally against mask mandate. Eric Schelkopf Shaw Media 352
South Elgin to cap off summer with all-day music festival Saturday. Rick West 361
Sox catcher Grandal to continue rehab at Class AAA Charlotte. Scot Gregor 190
Sox win, but 'dark cloud' of Oakland pitcher's injury hangs over game. Scot Gregor 602
Sports in 60 seconds. 170
St. Charles votes to reduce scale on gas station plans. Kevin Schmit 296
St. Matthew School begins 60th year Aug. 18. Submitted by St. Matthew Parish School 356
Stars to Attend World Premiere of The Road Dance, by Lake Forest-based Producers. Sheridan Road Productions 561
Storm complicates Haiti recovery effort. The Washington Post 392
Thanks to 'Heart's Desire,' dad sees firefighter son retire. Submitted by Diane D'Antonio, Manager of Market Development 456
The fight for 'fair maps' We can't install permanent change until 2030, but there's work we can build on. 618
The history of the Salvation Army doughnut. 868
The Think Tank Education, LLC, acquires What’s Your Sine, LLC. Jim Mitchell 533
The tragic march of 2021: Will the year ever end well? 670
This easy peach crumble pie recipe spotlights one of summer's coveted fruits. G. Daniela Galarza The Washington Post 481
Thresherman's Show returns to Pinckneyville Show. staff report 363
Thresherman's Show returns to Pinckneyville. staff report 363
Tolerant Taliban? Women skeptical of vows; U.S. says it'll be watching Skeptical: Kabul calm as refugee flights resume. Seir, By Ahmad; Faiez, Rahim; Gannon, Kathy; Press, Joseph Krauss Associated 724
Tolerant Taliban? Women skeptical of vows; U.S. says it'll be watching. Seir, By Ahmad; Faiez, Rahim; Gannon, Kathy; Press, Joseph Krauss Associated 724
Tour District 63's Early Learning Center. Submitted by Janet Spector Bishop, East Maine School District 63 -CLMN- 462
Trinity Services, Inc. wins Gold Stevie[R] Award in Organization of the Year category of 2021 International Business Awards[R]. Services, Trinity 664
Trivia Test. Fifi Rodriguez 182
U-46 welcomes new district and school leaders for the 2021-22 school year. Submitted by Elgin Area School District U-46 3081
Uncertainty looms for Afghan women despite Taliban outreach. ZEINA KARAM and AYA BATRAWY Associated Press 899
Understanding Social Security Social Security online learning tools. Submitted By Niki Alverado, Social Security District Manager 221
Up & Coming. 1084
Vernon Hills 5th grader to represent Illinois at National American Miss Pageant. Lucy Wascow 348
Vernon Hills is all about consistency. Miazga, By Mike 523
Vernon Hills is weighing how to spend relief money. Mick Zawislak 406
Vince Neil to perform all the hits at VetFest 2021 on Oswego's newest stage. Submitted by Ryan Pollock 750
Virus update. 369
Walker James Borum of Carterville. 190
Waubonsee offers new pathways, resources for students. 608
West Chicago Food Festival Returns on August 28, 2021. Rosemary Mackey 276
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade, well that's what Ella did. Submitted by Ashley Christian 189
Why the Bears should wait on starting Fields McGraw: Bears don't have a championship-ready supporting cast. 627
Why you shouldn't be washing your fruits and vegetables with soap. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 395
Winter energy assistance appointments now being scheduled at Hanover Township. Hanover Township 266
World & nation in 60 seconds. 386
Your Views. 430

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