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Bilingual reading trail opens in Ryerson Woods News
Bilingual reading trail opens in Ryerson Woods
Children’s story time has moved beyond the walls of libraries and bookstores to the great outdoors — in Ryerson Woods Forest Preserve. A path marked by seven panels containing a complete children’s book with illustrations opened Sept. 5 at the Brushwood Center in the forest preserve in Riverwoods. The story is told in both Spanish and English along the half-mile trail, called “Trail Tales / Caminando con Cuentos.”
Sept. 8 11:50 a.m. |
Kirk on Syria: ‘Two wars are enough’
Facing the possibility of a vote authorizing American airstrikes in Syria when they return to Washington Sept. 8, local lawmakers are giving serious thought to what they consider a complex problem. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Highland Park) and Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) both think President Barack Obama should get Congressional approval before the country gets too deeply involved in Syria. Kirk takes a stronger stance, however.
Aug. 28 8:30 a.m. |
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