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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (June 23, 2021)

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#MauldinandMe Selfie Contest & Giveaway. Chloe Kiser 248
'Got Your Back'. 430
'Harold Hamgravy' is 2021 addition to Popeye Character Trail. Jim Beers Contributing writer 437
'Phase Fun' has begun at Mundelein Park District. Park, Submitted By The Mundelein; District, Recreation 439
'The only thing that really matters': How a Naperville couple shielded their son from the storm. Lauren Rohr 203
* On May 19, 1996, Kermit the Frog gave the commencement speech at Southampton C. 299
10th annual Blues, Brews & BBQ boasts all-star lineup Aug. 20-22 in McHenry. Submitted by Cynthia Wolf 593
2021 CHS Scholarships In lieu of traditional Awards Night, CHS holds small group events. Herald Tribune staff report 308
3 charged in attack on Aurora police officer during traffic stop. Padar, By Kayleigh 363
4-H youth gear up for Franklin County Fair. Submitted by Heather Willis U of I Extension 470
A family affair First owner's granddaughter aims to bring Domas grocery store building back to life Domas: Throneburg hopes building can help revitalize downtown. Taylor Vidmar Correspondent 819
AFSCME retirees will resume meetings with 'Christmas in July'. JIM BEERS Contributing writer 270
Ag Appreciation Dinner set for July 22. 362
Alexis McDowell joins U of I extension staff in Christian county. submitted by Cassie O'Connell 205
Alluring alliums are endlessly enchanting and, yes, edible. Meredith, By Leslie Recipe 1058
Amateurs take center stage this week in local golf. Ziehm, By Len 734
Andrea Kroenlein, 51, Moweaqua, passes away. 419
Antioch wants to hear from residents about downtown improvements. Mick Zawislak 456
Antioch wants your opinion on downtown's future Downtown: Trustee says public's input is important Downtown: Trustee says public's input is important. Mick Zawislak 446
Aptar enters exclusive negotiations to buy Voluntis. 188
As a physical education teacher at Metea Valley High School in Aurora, Meredith. 191
Auditor runner-up says DuPage clerk's estimated cost for a recount is 'outrageou. Susan Sarkauskas 375
Aurora's Dominican Literacy Center honors 28 graduates. Submitted by Al Benson 493
Ayton soars for last second alley-oop, Suns take 2-0 lead. Associated Press 591
Batavia Mothers' Club Foundation events support local organizations. Submitted by Batavia Mothers' Club Foundation 221
Bears ink deal with Rivers Casino Rivers: Team says deal has 'no tie-ins' to other Bears programs. Christopher Placek 477
Bears ink deal with Rivers Casino. Christopher Placek 477
Bears' new partnership shows interest in Arlington Park is real. Hub Arkush 692
Bears:. 678
Big Hollow holds pre-k screening June 30. Submitted by Big Hollow District 38 201
Black fraternities, sororities focus on day of service for Juneteenth. Submitted by City of Aurora 216
Blood drive set for Pana hospital July 1. 178
BrassWorks celebrates America at Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church. Pat Szpekowski 167
Bryant, Cubs finally bust out of hitting funk Cubs: For the first time in a while, team finally strung together hits in the sixth. 630
Bryant, Cubs snap out of hitting funk, roll past Cleveland. Mike McGraw 644
Buzz at the Beauty Shop. 407
By the numbers: The fury of the tornado in Naperville, Woodridge. Katlyn Smith 395
Center for Enriched Living to host Virtual Chefs' Night. Submitted by Jenny Kustra-Quinn 566
Chester city council Residents say Harrison Street continues to deteriorate. Don Berry Contributing writer 420
Chester Senior meals. 211
Chicago Master Singers to hold auditions. Submitted by Sharon Starr 268
City Council continuation from last week. Ellen Christner Correspondent 217
City of Pana flushing fire hydrants around town now through July 2. Submitted by Brian Blodgett Pana Superintendent of Water 844
Cleanup expected to stretch for weeks. Jake Griffin 451
COD social media strategist receives Rising Star Award. Submitted by COD News Bureau 333
Community Gambling Forum Set for June 17 at Genesee Theater in Waukegan. Michael Beightol 158
Concerts, classic cars, outdoor flicks on tap this summer in Wood Dale. Trey Arline 293
Concerts, outdoor flicks on tap this summer in Wood Dale. Trey Arline 152
COVID vaccines offered this week by Montgomery County Health. 161
Cubs say first night of pitcher inspections went smoothly. Mike McGraw 530
Cubs say first night of pitcher inspections went smoothly. Mike McGraw 328
Dad, what would you want your kids to say about you? 473
Daisy Hill, 81, Pana, passes June 18. 256
Days after submitting Arlington Park bid, Bears ink deal with Churchill's Rivers. Christopher Placek 490
Deadline to apply for Elmhurst Ward 5 Aldermanic seat is June 30. Submitted by City of Elmhurst 168
Devastation caused by tornadoes, but also by hedge fund. 772
Doctor of Bible. 180
Douglas Dorando takes the reins as Lake County Bar Foundation president. Submitted by Greg Weider 302
DuPage County launches annual budget survey. DuPage County 167
DuPage Medical Group urologist offers 6 common urinary health symptoms for men. Dr. Craig Smith DuPage Medical Group urologist 636
Elin Hilderbrand to retire from writing beach reads in 2024. ALICIA RANCILIO Associated Press 484
Eric Fischer Memorial Ride raises money for NSYMCA programs. Submitted by Creative Marketing Associates 423
Faith-based child welfare controversy may be reignited in Illinois Child:. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 967
Faith-based child welfare controversy may be reignited in Illinois Welfare. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 967
Feder: Phil Rosenthal exits Tribune for 'thrilling, terrifying' future. Robert Feder 158
FOID bill heads to Pritzker; strengthens enforcement for revoked cards. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 868
Franklin County land transfers. 736
franklin county sheriff's blotter. 473
Fundraisers. 658
Gallatin County Land Transactions. 374
God, church and state: The government shouldn't endorse Christianity, nor should it impede it. 508
Gurnee police honor pair of top employees. Doug T. Graham 349
Habs one win from Final. Associated Press 486
Hanover Park woman dies 2 days after shooting that killed boyfriend. Tom Schuba Chicago Sun-Times 420
Hard work and dedication pay off for Goreville's Cole Rushing. HOLLY KEE 568
Harper College paralegal studies students awarded Honorable Timothy C. Evans Scholarships. Harper College News Bureau 738
Helen Marie Dueker, 85, Shelbyville, passes. 234
Helping men live longer, healthier lives. SUBMITTED BY AMY SPILLER Heartland Regional Medical Center 622
HEParks fishing programs continue to grow through donations. Hoffman Estates Park District 321
Hoffman dance company shines bright at competition. Submitted by Hoffman Estates Park District 318
Hoffman Estates hires attorney to pursue legal claim to undeveloped 20-acre site. Eric Peterson 342
Homecoming activities Homecoming: Family fun. JENNIFER HUELSON NOKOMIS HOMECOMING ASSOCIATION 454
How to Practice Healthy Nutrition and Exercise Habits During the Summer. Domjan, Irina 657
If you can't beat them, bully them into joining you. 674
Illinois now averaging fewest daily COVID inoculations since January. Jake Griffin 346
In-person SIU workshop shows businesses how to become vendors. CHRISTI MATHIS SIU News Service 250
Industrial park plan unveiled for Pheasant Run golf course site. Kevin Schmit 352
Is husband happy not working, or just down on his luck? 577
Jade Nappier tops MHS career with a state title. SUBMITTED BY DARREN LINDSEY Marion High Schhol 245
John Culumber Memorial Golf Classic will tee off July 10. SUBMITTED BY SHELBY COUNTY FARM BUREAU 158
Joseph R. Hale, formerly of Ridgway. 244
June 21-25 virtual fundraiser evokes life lessons for one Maryville alumna. Maryville Communications Department 283
June blood drive nets 58 usable units. Herald Tribune staff report 347
Kane Co. judge announces retirement. Daily Herald report 210
Kaskaskia to host traditional Fourth of July event Kaskaskia. Submitted by the Liberty Bell of the West DAR chapter 442
Kathrine L. Bowman, 94, Ramsey, passes. 224
Kids, teens and family. 528
Lake Land College IT Design programs see changes, expansion. submitted by mercury bowen 425
Lake Land College to host Camp Invention. Submitted by Mercury Bowen 192
Lake Land updates IT design programs. submitted by mercury bowen 310
Large yard not required to support pollinators. Submitted by U of I Extension Service 505
Leaders lament 'hate and lies' over flag controversy. Steve Zalusky 322
Leading by example Teacher: Lessons are adapted to meet students' needs. Lauren Rohr 1294
Leading by example Teacher: Lessons are adapted to what her students need. Lauren Rohr 1588
Leading by example Teacher: Lessons are adapted to what her students need. Lauren Rohr 1294
LLC to host court reporting class. submitted by mercury bowen 503
LLC to host Invention children's camp. Submitted by Mercury Bowen 169
Local Girl Scouts honored by cookie sales. Submitted by the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois 223
Longtime Des Plaines resident nominated to fill 8th Ward seat. Russell Lissau 287
Longtime St. Charles alderman steps down. Eric Schelkopf Shaw Media 302
MainStreet Libertyville's Lunch in the Park returns on June 25. Submitted by Jennifer Johnson 208
Maintenance, staffing delay Hanover Park aquatic center opening. Alexa Jurado 377
Making A Dream Become Reality. Spyder Dann 812
Marian J. Weber, 96, Pana, passes. 178
Marion Garden Club holds June meeting at Heartland Christian. SUBMITTED BY LINDA MINNIS Marion Garden Club 507
Mary "Pat" Tillman, 87, Assumption, passes away. 253
Mary Downs Thompson, 99, Pana native, passes June 16 in Texas. 310
MCCD's 'Webby Wednesdays' explore local wildlife, landscapes. Submitted by McHenry County Conservation District 353
McDowell joins U of I Extension staff. submitted by Cassie O'Connell 196
McGuire approved as next St. Charles city administrator. Eric Schelkopf Shaw Media 267
Michael J. Rayhill, 79, Pana native, passes. 243
Movie guide. Movie review 970
Nicor outages continue after storms. Marni Pyke 319
No Senate debate on elections measure. Mike DeBonis The Washington Post 415
Nokomis to enter agreement with Montgomery County on police radios. Ellen Christner Correspondent 283
NY primaries: GOP pick; Dems must wait. Associated Press 178
Officials examining why no sirens in Elk Grove, Mt. Prospect. Eric Peterson 280
Once again, much more was said than done by Illinois lawmakers Eddy. ROGER EDDY 699
Once again, much more was said than done by Illinois lawmakers Guest:. ROGER EDDY 699
One Chance Encounter at the Addison Public Library Reignites Artist’s Creative Spark. Glimco, Emily 1132
Palatine council OKs plan for 8th new car dealership. Elena Ferrarin 422
Palatine Oktoberfest to return with 'all hands on deck'. Elena Ferrarin 234
Palatine Oktoberfest will be back with 'all hands on deck'. Elena Ferrarin 346
Pana High School Boys' Basketball Record Book. Submitted by Adam Metzger 311
Pancakes not on your diet? Here's a tasty workaround for that Mauer: Calorie count stays low with these products. 553
Pancakes not on your diet? Here's a tasty workaround for that. Mauer, By Don 560
Parker and Sky win sixth straight, rout Liberty. Associated Press 300
PHS Class of 1956 holds reunion May 28. Submitted by Millie Meyerholz 182
Police blotter. 309
Police Blotter. 468
Popeye Picnic canceled Feud intensifies between mayor and Picnic committee Picnic. Renee Trappe and Don Berry 670
Pork chops and peaches meld -- savory with sweet in this speedy skillet dinner. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post 309
Powell says inflation temporary, will 'wane'. 362
Preacher feature: The God of All Comfort. Larry Daniel 678
Princeton Review names Lake Forest College as top value. Submitted by Linda Blaser 309
Pritzker Military Museum & Library Bestows Its Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement in Military Writing to Author Margaret MacMillan. Chloe Kiser 738
Professor J. Franklin Sharp awards Sharp Family scholarships. Herald tribune staff report 491
Rabid bat found in Johnsburg home. Submitted by McHenry County Department of Health 284
Racing board chairman wants meeting with Churchill Downs. Christopher Placek 594
Ray Haley, Larkin's first AD and football coach, dies at 92. John Radtke High School Sports Editor -CLMN- Obituary 575
Ray Haley, who was Larkin's first AD and football coach, dies at 92. John Radtke High School Sports Editor -CLMN- Obituary 563
Recovery begins for residents in tornado's path Tornado: Recovery begins in Naperville, Woodridge. Lauren Rohr and Scott C. Morgan 1025
Recovery begins for residents in tornado's path. Lauren Rohr and Scott C. Morgan 1025
Recovery begins in Naperville neighborhood ravaged by tornado. Lauren Rohr 239
Red Hat Club tours Nokomis Implement. 307
Refresh Your Memory. 426
Rep. Bos Calls on Pritzker to Stop Running State by Executive Order with Phase 5 Full Reopening. Rep. Bos 343
Rizzo gets day off; Adam hopes for quick recovery. Mike McGraw 352
Road skid hits 5 games. Scot Gregor 608
Rosenthal exits Tribune for 'thrilling, terrifying' future. 561
Rubato Music Studio is thriving one year after opening! Kim Gogolewski 193
Runner-up in county auditor race calls estimated recount cost 'outrageous'. Susan Sarkauskas 363
Saluki football team enjoys work day in Chester Jordan Berner introduces players to his hometown Salukis. Jim beers Contributing writer 699
Scapes, allium blossoms are enchanting and, yes, edible Meredith: Make an easy salad dressing with a bit of the pesto and chive vinegar. Recipe 1053
Schaumburg greenlights Septemberfest despite high cost. Eric Peterson 348
Schaumburg greenlights Septemberfest despite unusually high cost. Eric Peterson 355
School board approves budget, gets update on summer projects School: New hires approved. Susan McGrath Pana news Group Editor 640
School board approves budget, hires counselor. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor 320
School board petitioned to add Track and Field, approves budget School: Budget approved. Ellen Christner Correspondent 812
Sesser Homecoming draws big crowds. Ceasar Maragni Contributing Writer 175
Sheriff steps up enforcement efforts for July 4. Submitted by Sheriff David Bartoni 256
Skeleton Key Brewery ravaged in Woodridge, but a special memento survived the tornado. Scott C. Morgan 209
Some parents raise concerns about continuing mask mandate in schools. Ben Szalinski Shaw Media 846
Some used vehicles selling over original price Vehicles: Production has been backed up. TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer 532
South Elgin, ComEd agree to water meter deal. 163
Southport Skating Club Member Honored as U.S. Figure Skating Top 100 Contributor. U.S. Figure Skating 222
Sports in 60 seconds. 259
St. Charles History Museum celebrates new acquisitions. Submitted by Stephen Gibson 381
St. Joseph's Food Pantry receives award for service to area families. Submitted by St. Joseph Catholic Church 224
Statewide Black Male Commission launched on Juneteenth. Submitted by City of Aurora 506
Store-bought gnocchi is fine, but you deserve better. That's where these soft, p. Aaron Hutcherson The Washington Post 513
Students' physical, emotional health and wellness drives Metea Valley PE teacher. Lauren Rohr 1505
Stupid mistakes need to stop. 776
Stupid mistakes, late-night budget votes really need to stop. 776
Sugar Grove retailer elected to serve on Ace Hardware board. 347
Sugar Grove retailer named to Ace Hardware board. 167
Sunday's storm, by the numbers Numbers: Tornado traveled 16.1 miles. Katlyn Smith 384
Sunday's storm, by the numbers. Katlyn Smith 384
Tee Off With GLMV! Ultimate Day of Golf & Networking. Levin, Carol 343
Terry G. Helm, 72, Decatur, passes away on June 20. 189
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 338
The suburbs in 60 seconds. 228
The suburbs in 60 seconds. 353
The suburbs in 60 seconds. 461
The suburbs in 60 seconds. 261
The Village at Victory Lakes Earns High Marks in Five-Star Quality Rating. The Village at Victory Lakes 331
These juicy, smoky mushroom kebabs will make the most of your summer grilling. Joe Yonan The Washington Post Travel narrative 291
Time has shown foreign aid benefits us, too. 208
Top-heavy field for Olympic golf still missing some stars. DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer 315
Tornado relief: Volunteers, nonprofits in it for the 'long haul'. Katlyn Smith 759
Triple digit fishing tips. 697
Two-day session ends with major legislation, but no energy bill Negotiations continue as lawmakers expect to return later in the summer. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 828
Understanding Social Security Choose a representative payee before you actually need one. Submitted by Niki Alvarado, Social Security District Manager 257
Understanding Social Security Choose a representative payee before you need one. Submitted by Niki Alvarado, Social Security District Manager 257
Using the poison pen on Father's Day. 708
Using the poison pen on Father's Day. 842
Vaccinated Illinoisans entered into $10M lottery Lottery. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 956
Vaccinated Illinoisans entered into $10M lottery. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 955
Vietnam War-era love letters recovered after Woodridge tornado. Scott C. Morgan 190
Village courts police candidate, approves road maintenance. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor 242
Volunteers, nonprofits in it for the 'long haul' Aid: How food pantry, Islamic Center, Red Cross are helping. Katlyn Smith 759
Volunteers, nonprofits in it for the 'long haul'. Katlyn Smith 759
Waubonsee honors Kane County Health. Submitted by Waubonsee Community College 268
Waubonsee names Distinguished Alumnus Award recipient. Submitted by Waubonsee Community College 268
Wauconda Park District Representative Participates in Statewide Training. Bobbie Jo Hill 187
Wheaton Municipal Band concert features musicians as conductors. Submitted by Gail Sonkin 321
Wheeling Restaurant Row businesses awarded municipal grants totaling $73,576. Russell Lissau 310
When God has a job for you to do. 585
Whirlwind, exhausting -- looking back at a most unusual high school season. John Lemon 744
White Sox come out flat, fall to Pirates for fifth straight loss. Scot Gregor 608
Who said you can age gracefully? 550
Why some suburban police departments are changing the roles of police dogs. Katie Smith Shaw Media 917
Wine & Dine for Animal Education and Rescue July 31. Janice Greenberg 184
With Engel down again, Sox facing serious lack of depth Sox: There are now five outfielders on the IL. 498
With Engel down again, White Sox have 5 outfielders on IL. Scot Gregor 515
World & nation in 60 seconds. 154
Yeske earns national tumbling title. 154
Your kitchen sink needs a little TLC. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 1171
Your star-spangled Fourth of July quiz! 740
Your Views. 347

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