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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (May 19, 2021)

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'Gently and carefully' It's exciting to consider reopening -- so let's be sure we get there. The Daily Herald Editorial Board 577
'Idol' finalist Grace Kinstler gets a parade in Crystal Lake, sings with student. Cassie Buchman and Sam Lounsberry 1100
'Reading Colors Your World' Marion Carnegie Library gears up for summer reading program. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 157
'Reading Colors Your World'. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 157
'Super excited' for more space. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 508
'Where's our Walter Cronkite now?' Feder: Why journalists still do such vital work Feder: 'And that's the way it is'. 2256
* Are you one of those folks who paces while talking on the phone? Psychologists. 300
* Junior High Honors Day -- 8:30 a.m. at junior high gym. 172
10 shops to open on Batavia's Boardwalk. 318
2 accused of trying to steal Ferraris in Hinsdale. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 352
7 ideas for simple side dishes to round out dinner Sides: Lean on the professionals and choose an artisan loaf for a simple side. Aaron Hutcherson The Washington Post 932
A back look at summer's past, from a kid's perspective. 475
A chicken and orzo soup that's fresh enough for spring, with leeks, peas and asparagus. Ann Maloney The Washington Post 326
A treat for Memorial Day Kazmier: Sandwich is a real treat. 883
A treat for Memorial Day: Start off grilling season right with a barbecue pork chop sandwich. Kazmier, By Penny 1419
A winner at home Home: Kinstler sings with students. Cassie Buchman and Sam Lounsberry Shaw Media 964
A winner at home. Cassie Buchman and Sam Lounsberry Shaw Media 631
About 44% of those eligible for shots are fully vaccinated. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 265
AFSCME holds May Zoom meeting. Submitted by Joyce Shelton 878
After three weeks of protests. a storm of posts on various social media outlets. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 496
After two decades of serving pints, Peggy Kinnane's owners selling Arlington Hts. Daday, By Eileen O. 546
Amanda Johnson certified as care coordinator. Submitted by Memorial Hospital 230
Amish heritage Center open weekends beginning in June. 382
Amish heritage Center to open weekends beginning in June. 382
Andresen remains on E. Dundee board. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 407
Applegate publishes inaugural book about women's wrestling in 2020 Applegate: Book now available on Amazon. Jake Leonard STAFF REPORTER 515
Arts in Bartlett presents 'Rendezvous in the Garden'. Submitted by Arts in Bartlett 203
As bills start to bottleneck in Springfield, what now? Miller:. 765
Authorities say man was asleep at wheel of Tesla on I-94. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 274
Authorities say Palatine man was asleep at wheel of Tesla on I-94. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 274
Authorities: Wood Dale man killed his father. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 423
Back to normal in District 204 in August? Back: District to hire help for academic support, mental health. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 440
Back to normal? District 204 developing back-to-school plans for 2021-22. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 439
Bad blood still boiling. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 457
Bald Knob Cross to host annual Blessing Of The Bikes event. SUBMITTED BY JEFFREY ISBELL Bald Knob Cross of Peace 229
Banner Kitchen & Bath Partners with Highland Park Community Foundation as Corporate Champion; Pledges 5-year Financial Commitment. G. Mandel 594
Baseball: Panthers see solid pitching and hitting in winning week Panthers take two wins. 358
Batavia Chamber names Inspire Scholarship winners. Submitted by Batavia Chamber of Commerce 179
Batavia police: Man threatened construction workers. Daily Herald report 175
Batavia threat reported:. 319
Be mindful of protocol when fishing during bass spawn. Gregor, By Evan 468
Be mindful of the protocol when fishing during bass spawn. 461
BMCF Successful Spring Fundaisers. Palak Coleman 173
Bolingbrook Golf Club selected for inaugural Forme Tour season. Submitted by KemperSports 438
Bote keeps Cubs afloat at home Cubs: Cubs: Contreras, Bryant, Bote each smack 2 hits. 583
Broadway-bound tuner 'Paradise Square' set to premiere in November in Chicago. Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 287
Brower named 2021 'Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member'. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE John A. Logan College 479
Byline Bank Supporting Winnetka Community Through Gift Card Program. Leslie Kaufman 200
Camping newbie? Club has tips. Submitted by Thomas J. Lee 438
Carmel Catholic High School tabs Brill to be new athletic director. Daily Herald report 304
Cary-Grove High School Students Awarded Chamber Scholarships. Cathy Moran 271
CASA to honor former Cub at gala. CASA Lake County 340
Cedar Bluff Church Cemetery. 180
Celebrate cancer survivors at LivingWell Bridge Walk. Submitted by Northwestern Medicine 851
Central A & M Class of 2021 triumphs over pandemic 2021: 'It wasn't easy, but I pulled through,' student says. Taylor Vidmar 711
Challenge accepted Next generation of front-line workers receive nursing pins at JALC ceremonies Nursing:. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE John A. Logan College 571
Challenge accepted Next generation of front-line workers receive nursing pins at JALC ceremonies. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE John A. Logan College 571
Chamber discusses options for Kroger site. Jake Leonard STAFF REPORTER 304
Charles Grodin, 'Midnight Run,' 'Heartbreak Kid,' star, dies. JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer 1160
Chester city council Full-time city workers to get 3% increase in pay. Don Berry Contributing writer 425
Chester Senior meals. 221
Chicago Symphony Orchestra resumes live concerts. Natalia Dagenhart 1238
CHS graduates 84 seniors at 135th commencement Family and friends enjoy modified ceremony in Colbert Gymnasium Commencement. Jim Beers Contributing writer 562
COD student receives national award. Submitted by COD News Bureau 769
COD to host virtual commencement ceremony May 21. Submitted by COD News Bureau 172
College of DuPage Saves More than $142K with Energy Efficiency Improvements. COD News Bureau 468
Colonial Pipeline hit by new computer problem. 387
Concerts, classic cars coming back to park. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 281
Concerts, classic cars returning to Cantigny Park this summer. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 281
Cookies: Make them fancy or plain. Ann Maloney The Washington Post 458
Crystal Lake American Legion to host Vets 4 Veterans' Families event June 26. Submitted by Crystal Lake American Legion Post 171 259
Cubs trade Maybin; Schwarber appreciates snack. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 209
Daddy's girl: History is made as a Cheney tells the truth. 699
David E. Graden, 77, Coalton, dies. 447
DAYTON FREIGHT NAMED REGIONAL CARRIER OF THE YEAR BY FLI TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS. Karlyn Kirchens 298
Deli eyeing former Le Francais site in Wheeling. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 415
Deli eyeing former Le Francais site. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 415
Deputies to step up seat belt enforcement. Submitted by Sheriff David Bartoni 153
Dist. 94 honors 37 State Scholars. Submitted by West Chicago Community High School District 94 181
Diversified Foodservice appoints new director. 160
Doctor of Bible. 164
Dundee Township Rotary awards its millionth dollar in scholarships. Submitted by Colleen Thomas 314
Dundee-Crown to Kiawah Island: The journey of Roger Warren. 778
ECC to host virtual ceremonies for 850 grads this weekend. Submitted by Elgin Community College 232
Elgin couple come up short on 'Pooch Perfect' finale. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com 403
Elgin Public Museum, Lords Park Zoo to offer free summer programs. Submitted by Elgin Public Museum 464
Elmhurst Chamber raising funds for HOF Memorial. Submitted by Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry 336
Expert: Yang too short to have been killer. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 396
Factors to consider before choosing a summer camp. Metro Creative Content 427
Fair organizers going 'Back to Our Roots' with scaled-down event. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 412
Faith is enhanced when priorities are right. 635
Fate of critical nursing home residents' virtual visitation bill now in the House. BOB GALLO 500
Finding the perfect gift for today's graduates. Metro Creative 382
Fireworks permits now available for Macon County. submitted by Macon county clerk 202
Five reasons why summer camp is a good choice for kids. Metro Creative Content 415
For the Second Year in a Row, Illinois American Water Ranks #1 in J.D. Power Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study in Midwest Large Region. Rosemaria DiBenedetto 647
For those with health issues, vaccine worries Worries: Studies on immunocompromised limited. Ariana Eunjung Cha Special To The Washington Post 560
For those with health issues, vaccine worries. Ariana Eunjung Cha Special To The Washington Post 560
Former music teacher entertains UWCC. Submitted by Joe Gasparich 337
Franklin County land transfers. 1481
franklin county sheriff's blotter. 388
From Dundee-Crown to Kiawah Island: The journey of Roger Warren. Ziehm, By Len 785
Fundraisers. 596
Garden Walk Features Hidden Garden Gems. Paula Lubenow 405
Garden Walk Showcases Hidden Garden Gems. Paula Lubenow 597
Geneva Parks earn award for excellence in financial reporting for 10th year. Submitted by Geneva Park District 306
Gerrymandering harmful wherever it's done. 360
Get free legal advice via Zoom Thursday. Submitted by Greg Weider 286
Get in the zone at Northern Kane County Chamber golf outing June 11. Submitted by Pat Szpekowski 300
Girls soccer: Prairie Ridge blanks FVC's No. 1 seed Cary-Grove. Joe Stevenson Shaw Media Illinois 639
GLMV Mayors To Address Business Community. Levin, Carol 211
Global Odyssey, COVID-19 style. Submitted by Woodlands Academy 530
Gobbler success in Missouri. 1017
Goforth retiring at Benet; Lawler to become new AD. Daily Herald report 606
Graduation traditions. Metro Creative 461
Harrisburg rallies past Patriots. Spyder Dann mdann@dailyregister.com 452
Helen Ruth McCain, formerly of Gallatin County. 182
Help your child understand the language of camp. Courtesy of www.understood.org 396
Herrick Board continues plan for mobile home rules Village: Brush will be picked up by village. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 753
Hersey senior wins P.E.O. scholarship. Submitted by Ruth Reynolds, Chapter LG, P.E.O. 207
Hiller's career-best 16 Ks carry Fremd past Prospect. Leusch, By John 600
Hillsboro Area Hospital to host Community Blood Drive Tuesday, June 8. submitted by impact life 203
How closely are the feds watching energy reform bill? Miller. 703
How to celebrate grads despite unique circumstances. Metro Creative 502
How to handle the summer camp questions in the pandemic era. Metro Creative Content 513
How to keep kids engaged over the summer. Metro Creative Content 393
How to practice proper graduation guest etiquette. Metro Creative 399
How to reduce your kid's risk for Lyme disease Lyme. Metro Creative Content 369
Howe, Saints beat rival. Joshua Welge Shaw Media Illinois 723
Huntley tops Jacobs, opens 2-game FVC lead. Alex Kantecki Shaw Media Illinois 622
Illinois 4-H youth invited to Midwest photography challenge. 468
Illinois American Water Completes Water Tank Improvement in Bolingbrook. Rosemaria DiBenedetto 355
Illinois House advances expansion of Firearms Restraining Order Act. Raymon Troncoso Capitol News Illinois 428
Illinois' anti-business environment. Travel narrative 509
Illinois' anti-business environment. Keith Battaglia Guest columnist Travel narrative 604
Imogene McElroy, 93, of Mt. Zion dies. 244
INCOMMERCIAL PROPERTY GROUP ANNOUNCES MULTIPLE NEW HIRES. Amanda Friedlander 416
ISP: missing Harrisburg man was homicide victim Homicide. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 193
ISP: missing Harrisburg man was homicide victim. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 193
Israel-Hamas fighting rages; Palestinians go on strike. Associated Press 1140
It's a longshot, but Arlington Park's survival possible, racing board member say. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 659
James Lewis Shaw of Marion. 541
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit to play in Schaumburg. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 219
Joint Commission awards Gold Seal to Memorial Hospital. Submitted by memorial Hospital 290
Joni Gravatt of Marion. 256
Jr. High Girls Basketball 2021 season wrap-up. Submitted by Bill Eddy 486
Jury deadlocks in manslaughter trial. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 429
Kane County wants public input on redrawing board districts. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 501
Kane residents can weigh in on redrawing districts Redraw:. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 501
Kane residents can weigh in on redrawing districts. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 501
Keep in touch with kids at camp. Metro Creative Content 435
Kenneth E. Fehrenbaker, formerly of Benton. 213
Kingswood Church Memorial Day Service at Knopf Cemetery. Jean Streeter 300
Knotty Pine to feature events for St. Jude Runners. Luke McQuillan Staff Reporter 174
Lady Raiders drop two despite hits, pitching. 430
Lady Redskins get hits, but drop three games last week. 815
Lawmakers gear up for ethics debate Ethics: GOP wants to see more. Peter Hancock capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 685
Lawmakers gear up for ethics debate GOP says Democrats' bill doesn't go far enough Ethics. Peter Hancock capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 685
Lawmakers gear up for ethics debate GOP says Democrats' bill doesn't go far enough. Peter Hancock capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 685
Lawmakers quiz Boeing, FAA about recent issues with planes. Associated Press 272
Lawrence H. Pearson, 94, of Pana, dies. 395
Learn about Midwest's Native American past. Submitted by Elmhurst Public Library 195
Learn about the aerial acrobatics of hummingbirds at June 1 program. Submitted by Aurora Public Library 206
Library to hold one-dose vaccine event. Submitted by Indian Trails Public Library 218
Library's Summer Challenge about more than just books. Submitted by Susan Miura 442
Local chapter of Omicron Delta meets. submitted by omicron delta 388
Long road to majors pays off for Cubs pitcher Nance. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 547
Long road to MLB pays off for Nance. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 487
Make campfires safe and enjoyable. 417
Man arrested in Marengo Circle K robbery, shooting. Sam Lounsberry Shaw Media 302
Marion OKs new office at Civic Center Office. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 315
Mask guidance creates issue for businesses. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 670
Mask mandate rollback a welcome move Masks. SARAH MANSUR Capitol News Illinois 645
Matthews and Brewin' Hope named Volunteer of Quarter. Submitted by Terry Schafer 531
McConnell hits 'pause' on effort to create Jan. 6 panel. Associated Press 333
McHenry County Conservation District celebrates Latino participation at restoration workdays. Submitted by McHenry County Conservation District 229
Medical Explorers finally get hands-on experience they crave Explorers. Submitted by Mariah Bargman, Chester Memorial Hospital 421
Meet rescue dogs, see how you can help at May 22 event. Submitted by Starfish Animal Rescue Team 330
Memories of summer: A kid's perspective. 475
Meridian splits games with Tuscola, drops game to Warrensburg-Latham. 507
Microsoft data center gets green light. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 477
Minor league ball is back. Jake Bartelson Shaw Media 453
Minor league ball is back: Dogs beat Cougars 6-4 in Geneva. Jake Bartelson Shaw Media 874
Moments in Time. The History Channel 269
More controversy in White Sox's loss to Twins. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 457
Most Chicago businesses don't have a plan for bringing workers back to the office, but Buyhive Technologies is here to help. Content Submission 564
Movie guide. Movie review 1109
Mundelein hopes summer cycling event brings 'block party' feeling downtown. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 508
Mundelein to host summer cycling event Event: 'It's like a bike race in a box,' director says. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 498
N.C. prosecutor finds deputies justified in shooting. Associated Press 453
N.Y. attorney: Trump probe exploring criminal conduct. The Washington Post 210
Nancy Michael, 70, formerly of Pana, dies. 322
Naperville Central running well in DVC repeat bid. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 1727
Naperville police to resume 'Chat with the Chief'. Daily Herald report 169
New NCH Women,C[R]s Center opens. AJ Steinbruecker 438
No 'Small' thing. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 499
No person left behind Salute: Run virtual 5K on your own schedule. Kim Becker kbecker@dailyherald.com 1592
No person left behind Salute: Run virtual 5K on your own schedule. Kim Becker kbecker@dailyherald.com 970
No person left behind: How SALUTE, INC. helps military personnel financially, emotionally. Kim Becker kbecker@dailyherald.com 1071
Nokomis Mission sets open house for June 1. 154
O. Bernice Dixon, 101, of Pana, dies. 266
Oakton recognizes 30 nursing graduates at pinning ceremony. Oakton Community College 698
Old World inspiration. Submitted by Village of Barrington 208
Pana Pride meets Pride: events and more. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 458
Pana Township Board awards donations and tables budgets. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 352
PAWS CARE virtual Furry 5K June 5 and 19. Submitted by PAWS Care 209
Peggy Kinnane's owners selling Arlington Hts. pub. Daday, By Eileen O. 530
Peggy Kinnane's owners selling the pub Selling: Owners credited with helping build up downtown. Daday, By Eileen O. 533
Popular actor known for wit, droll delivery. JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer Obituary 663
Portillo's, famous for its Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches and y. Caroline Linden clinden@dailyherald.com 206
Pritzker approves rental assistance Eviction moratorium to end in Aug. Rental:. Tim Kirsininkas Capitol News Illinois 707
Pritzker approves rental assistance; eviction moratorium to end in August Rent. Tim Kirsininkas Capitol News Illinois 707
Pritzker rescinds mask mandate for those fully vaccinated As of Friday, Illinois now in 'bridge' phase of Restore Illinois Masks. Sarah Mansur Capitol News Illinois smansur@capitolnewsillinois.com 443
Questions to ask when deciding on a summer camp for your child. Courtesy of www.understood.org 389
Racing leader: Yes, the track can be saved There's hope it can be sold to another racing entity, he says Saved: Panelist speaks for track, employees, racing. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 647
Racing leader: Yes, the track can be saved There's hope it can be sold to another racing entity, he says. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 647
Randolph County Sheriff's Blotter. 508
Refresh Your Memory. 286
Regional superintendents address Illinois' teacher shortage. RAYMON TRONCOSO Capitol News Illinois rtroncoso@capitolnewsillinois.com 1695
Rep. Bos Resolution Designates Portion of Rt. 137 to Honor Fallen Libertyville Soldier. Rep. Bos 312
Replacement or corrected Social Security cards during the COVID-19 pandemic Social:. Eisenhauer, By Matt 519
Ribfest canceled for second straight year. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 383
Richard Yewell "Dick" Umberger, 83, of Nokomis. 156
Rizzo leaves early, but Bote HR keeps Cubs rolling at home. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 599
Roselle Public Library welcomes author Kwame Alexander for virtual Q&A May 19. Submitted by Jason Kepler 316
Salukis headed to Tempe Regional. WILL BECQUE SIUSalukis.com 247
Science & Arts Academy Olympiad team advances. Submitted by Joanna Zisis 454
Seat open on Roselle Public Library Board. Submitted by Jason Kepler 159
Senate panel endorses 'media literacy' mandate in schools. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 817
Sewing for Missions group completes items for donations. Submitted by Joyce Shelton 377
Shining despite the rain. Quagliano, By Dick 448
Sign Up for SALUTE,C[R]S Virtual Run and In-Person Memorial Day Weekend Event. Jim Mitchell 377
SIU's Jacqueline Nash researches COVID-19's impact on health care Nash. CHRISTI MATHIS SIU News Service 1363
Softball: Lady Panthers pick up 2, drop 2. Submitted by Marty Cloe 349
Southern Illinois Democrats endorse Giannoulias for secretary of state. Submitted by Scott Burnham 720
Sox: Mercedes says everything is fine in the clubhouse. 589
Speedway: Night was finished off with Harris win Macon Speedway celebrates Armed Forces Night. SUBMITTED BY ADAM MACKEY 909
Spiritual Gifts. Larry Daniel 778
Sports in 60 seconds. 528
St. John's College of Nursing celebrates graduates in outdoor ceremony. Submitted by St. John's College of Nursing 162
St. Pat's honors 8th Grade Girls Basketball players St. Pat's: Season recap. Submitted by Sara COleman 1059
State highlights southern Illinois in post-pandemic tourism campaign. Tim Kirsininkas Capitol News Illinois 514
State lawmakers consider lowering trailer license fee. GRACE BARBIC CAPITOL NEWS ILLINOIS 720
State rental assistance program now open. Submitted by Illinois Rental Payment Program 284
Steeleville Area Public Library Summer reading program kicks off in early June. 290
Swearing in of incoming officials, EJ Water agreement approved Coalton: EJ Water agreement approved. Jake Leonard STAFF REPORTER 499
Taylorville to host Community Blood Drive Tuesday, June 1. submitted by central illinois community blood center 203
Ten retail shops to open on Batavia's Boardwalk. 182
The briefs. 803
The briefs. 681
The Cary-Grove Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts the 2021 Miss Cary-Grove Business Scholarship Pageant. Cathy Moran 378
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 266
The following information was obtained from the Marion Police Department. Note t. 664
The Legendary BHS Chuckwagon BBQ Pork-Chop Sandwich. 523
The perfect gifts for today's grads. Metro Creative 340
Those who get vaccinated or test negative can go to Lolla. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 288
Thought of visiting critical parents causes anxiety. 575
Thought of visiting parents causes anxiety. 552
Tips for family camping trips. 511
Tired of cicadas? Recipes for the bold are out there. 867
To err is human; to learn divine. 661
To err is human; to learn from one's mistakes is divine. 696
Treatment, not jail, is best approach to drugs. 330
Trivia Test. Fifi Rodriguez 186
Understanding popular graduation traditions. Metro Creative 461
UWCC hear talk on hope. Submitted by Joe Gasparich 337
V103 on top of ratings again. 262
Virus update. 199
Vitalant to host blood drive at Gurnee Mills May 29. Holly Seese 317
Walking, biking path to open on former Indian Lakes golf course in Bloomingdale. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 340
Warren holds off Stevenson in NSC showdown. Narang, By Bob 425
Washington state enacts sweeping police reform. Associated Press 206
Water Street Studios launches the Kane County Magazine Gallery. Submitted by Water Street Studios 374
Waukegan Park District a finalist for National Gold Medal. Submitted by the Waukegan Park District 366
Wheeling vaccination clinic:. 309
White Sox manager La Russa calls out 'clueless' Mercedes for not respecting game. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 593
Why do grads don caps and gowns? Metro Creative 159
World & nation in 60 seconds. 304
Yearbooks are important momentos. Metro Creative 372

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