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  • Community news: Awards recognize native landscaping

    Home gardeners, organizations, businesses and government agencies that include native wildflowers and trees in their landscaping are invited to apply for the "Bringing Nature Home" awards. The program, now in its fifth year, is sponsored by the Friends of Shirley Heinze Land Trust.
  • South Elgin's Ryan Weiss makes right choice with Wright State

    South Elgin's Ryan Weiss makes right choice with Wright State
    South Elgin's Ryan Weiss completed a remarkably rapid ascension to Division I baseball this week when he signed a letter of intent to play at Wright State University. Like much of Weiss' pitching career, the signing Tuesday with Wright State came as a...

    U.S. spends but makes little headway on renewable energy

    A group of British scientists and economists recently launched a drive for a $150 billion Global Apollo Programme (their spelling) for renewable energy. How novel. Why no one has called for an Apollo-type energy program except for … well, except...

    Glenbrook South class of 2015 showed resilience, courage: Wegley

    Glenbrook South class of 2015 showed resilience, courage: Wegley
    "Glenbrook South High School's class of 2015 has demonstrated resilience, courage and sincere care," said GBS principal Brian K. Wegley. "They were the first GBS class to have their own Chromebook computers to use every day and ushered in the new...

    Urban League of NWI helps Gary teen nab college future

    Urban League of NWI helps Gary teen nab college future
    When I first met Li'Yonna McCallum and her mother, Kenya McCallum, I couldn't tell who was who. It's not only that Kenya looks too young to have a daughter who's going to college later this year. It's also that Li'Yonna (pronounced Lee-Yonna) comes...