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Lincolnshire Chipotle introduces new layout, but no quesaritos
Stevenson hires alum Alex Vikartofsky as new head softball coach
Lincolnshire library attracts much-needed new Friends in membership drive
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Concert retrieves music from Holocaust’s silence
‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ to play outdoors at Ryerson Woods
‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ to play outdoors at Ryerson Woods
Buffalo Grove Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce awards scholarships
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Prairie Division schools consider split from North Suburban Conference
Paul Sassone: Let the political ad games begin
Help Squad: Spending money to save money in home maintenance
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Blaser: What would Teddy White say about today’s issues?
Tuesday could be summer’s hottest day yet, but thunderstorms possible
McDonald’s, Yum Brands stop buying meat from Chinese supplier accused of selling expired products
Take the ‘hidden route’ to the Lake County Fair
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Spears restaurant fundraises for GiGi’s Playhouse
Burr Ridge’s Il Mostro finishes strong in Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac
Movie Review: ‘Purge’ sequel binges on dark, dreary mayhem
Quinn signs bill OKing medical marijuana for adults, kids with seizures
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Special Olympics spotlight: Joshua Carpenter
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Wino survival guide: Wine bars and specials in Chicago’s suburbs
Help Squad: Customer seeks refund for WeDeal dinner party
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Movie Review: ‘Sex Tape’ confuses with family-friendly raunch
Movie review: ‘Boyhood’ is growing up for real
Lincolnshire Citizens of the Year re-examine their lives People
Lincolnshire Citizens of the Year re-examine their lives
He is 58, she 54, and together they have accumulated a third lifetime worth of memories from their extracurriculars. They have volunteered at Village Hall, the Spring Lake Sports League before it became the Lincolnshire Sports Association, Stevenson High School Community Foundation, North Shore Unitarian Church in Deerfield and Lincolnshire-Prairie View Elementary District 103.
July 15 3:11 p.m. |
Tremors in the Universe: Attitude and Gratitude From the Community
Tremors in the Universe: Attitude and Gratitude
I’ve been asked a couple of times how I manage to keep such a positive attitude in the midst of a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, to which I often respond, “I have Parkinson’s disease?” Humor is definitely one component for coping, along with denial and sheer stubbornness, but for me it really boils down to the two key elements of Attitude and Gratitude.
July 11 12:01 p.m. |
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