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Editorial: A good week for Lake County education
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Letters to the Editor: Waukegan schools boast top-end students, Schneider flip-flops
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Waukegan’s excavator pays for itself with 20th demolition
Talk of the County: If you want to get paid, get educated
Family Friendly: Mundelein’s One World Festival celebrates a variety of cultures
Wes Janeck thankful for chance to return to Lake Forest football
Grayslake stretches its property tax
Stevenson volleyball’s new lineup still learning to play together
Vernon Hills volleyball cuts out ‘fluff’
Yasmeen Johnson’s move to middle helps Mundelein volleyball
Talk of the County: If you want to get paid, get educated
Reader submission: “I’m a highly educated sous chef that works at the Port O’ Call on the military base. I have cooked and catered to hundreds of admirals and have prepared Thanksgiving dinners for 1,500 sailors for the past five years. These fast-food jobs are a stepping stone to help you find a real job with a fair wage. You don’t deserve $15 an hour because I know how to cook and I only make $12.41 an hour.”
Sept. 18 12:32 p.m. |