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  • Speech Limits Closing The American Mind

    In 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-age student working his way through Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis as a janitor, was declared guilty of racial harassment. Without granting Sampson a hearing, the university administration — acting as prosecutor, judge and jury — convicted him of "openly reading a book related to a historically and racially abhorrent subject."
  • Naperville North grad wins city golf championship

    Recent Naperville North graduate Taylor Arenson was a top-10 finisher in the state girls golf meet last October, but was No. 1 in Naperville last week. Arenson won the Naperville Women's City Golf Championship by firing an even-par 72 at the...

    BMX racer Stancil is No. 7 in world, No. 2 in USA

    BMX racer Stancil is No. 7 in world, No. 2 in USA
    News you can use ... or maybe not. 1) There really are Top 10 rankings for just about anything and everything you can think of. And today, we’re thinking about BMX racing, and where Lake Villa’s Felicia Stancil fits into the world picture in...

    Football | Kaneland grad P.J. Fleck staying put at Western Michigan

    Football | Kaneland grad P.J. Fleck staying put at Western Michigan
    He engineered the best turnaround in program and Mid-American Conference history, taking Western Michigan from 1-11 to 8-4 in his second season. Not surprisingly, P.J. Fleck’s name has since surfaced on lists as a potential candidate for more than...

    New state archivist invites public to explore records

    — When David Carmicheal was growing up in rural Ohio, he asked his father to build him shelves so he could display his historic artifacts, the Civil War bullets and other objects he collected. Today, he has lots of shelves to manage — several...