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  • EXCHANGE: Nursing schools seek cure for educator shortage

    With her advanced degrees, Amanda Hopkins could make a lot more money as a practicing nurse rather than as an assistant professor of nursing at Illinois Wesleyan University. But Hopkins, in her second year at IWU, says, "For right now, this fits for me ....
  • Three from area share IBCA Coach of the Year honor in girls basketball

    Three from area share IBCA Coach of the Year honor in girls basketball
    Followers of high school girls basketball in Lake County know that Class 3A was where things were happening in 2014-2015. And clearly, the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association agreed, as it selected the coaches of the area's three best 3A teams as...
  • District 220 hires three new administrators for 2015-16

    The District 220 Board of Education recently welcomed three new administrators, set to begin in fall of 2015 at Barrington High School and at Lines and Sunny Hill elementary schools. Ken Hyllberg, Health McFaul and Leticia Valadez, who were officially...
  • Five candidates seek four seats in La Grange District 102

    Financial challenges and improving communication are the top concerns among five candidates seeking four seats on the La Grange Elementary School District 102 Board in the April 7 election. Candidates said they are alarmed by two proposals in...
  • Deerfield sergeant honored by village board

    Deerfield sergeant honored by village board
    As Deerfield Police Sgt. Oliver Cachola became more and more immersed in the culture the United States, his adopted homeland, the greater his desire to serve his fellow citizens became. Cachola was recognized for that service when he received Deerfield'...
  • Peoria, Normal will continue to host state basketball finals

    The boys state basketball finals will remain in Peoria and the girls tournaments will stay in Normal at least through 2020. The Journal Star reports that (http://bit.ly/1OmNW51 ) the Illinois High School Association board of directors voted renewed five-...
  • Boys basketball notes: Peoria gets five-year extension as state tournament host

    PEORIA — Maintaining the status quo made the city of Peoria a winner Saturday. The Illinois High School Association Board of Directors unanimously voted to keep the boys basketball state tournament at Carver Arena inside the Peoria Civic Center for...
  • Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board

    Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board
    With three seats up for election April 7 on the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board, six candidates have divided themselves into two slates. "Experience matters" is the slogan of one slate. The other promotes itself as "the conservative slate."...
  • Bartlett High students shaved to raise money for cancer research

    Bartlett High students shaved to raise money for cancer research
    When Kendall Rudolph of Bartlett was two, she lost her hair from chemotherapy treating her lymphoblastic leukemia. Recently, the sophomore at Bartlett High School chose to have her long locks and full head of healthy hair shaved, to raise money for The...
  • Grant grad Sean Wells wins Division II men's track title

    Grant grad Sean Wells wins Division II men's track title
    Several talented track athletes have graduated from Grant in recent years, and one of them just won an NCAA Division II national championship for the indoor season. Sean Wells, a junior at Grand Valley State in Michigan, won the 60-meter hurdles in...
  • Pi Day scholarships a memorial to Tinley Park woman

    Pi Day scholarships a memorial to Tinley Park woman
    For years before her recent death from complications from treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma, Lee Ann Murray had been looking forward to celebrating Pi Day on Saturday. The 24-year-old Tinley Park native was fascinated with pi, which is an infinite number...