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Stevenson makes big plays in ‘fun’ win over Libertyville
VIDEO: Inside The Huddle’s Playoff Pairings Show
2014 IHSA state football brackets
Pacholski helps Libertyville soccer hold off Mundelein for regional title
Carmel’s Brienne Minor claims individual state crown
Carmel’s Brienne Minor rallies to win state tennis singles title
Beth Long’s weekly recruiting roundup
Park City’s Charlie Brown proud of his candyless Halloween tradition
Talk of the County: Teachers strike has ruined students’ school year
PM&L presents Agatha Christie’s ‘Mouse Trap’ Oct. 31
Political Briefs: Endorsements
Group to make 54 apartments available to homeless veterans
Warren stings rival Zion-Benton
Progress reported, but Waukegan teachers strike continues through Monday
Antioch church play presents Methodism’s founding brothers
Taxes, fiscal reform lead debate in 61st District race
Chicagoing: Plan a great trip to Chicago
Sunday prep hoops is best entertainment money can’t buy
Class for special-needs skaters begins Saturday
Community Digest: Autism fundraiser, road closures and more
Abuse survivor teaches students about hope after ‘Living with Rage’
Five things to do around Lake County
Man who shot neighbor gets six-month jail sentence
Teeing Off: Talking golf with IHSA state champion Hinsdale Central
Editorial: Booming Libertyville wisely seeks a picture of its future
Pet of the Week: Take a peek at Peeky’s personality
Lake County Ari Briskman deputy honored for life-saving heroics Government
Lake County Ari Briskman deputy honored for life-saving heroics
On July 8, 2014 Deputy Briskman responded to an unresponsive one year old boy in unincorporated Lake Villa. When Deputy Briskman arrived he had difficulty communicating with the child’s parents because of a language barrier. Deputy Briskman administered CPR and the child coughed becoming responsive. The child was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville where it was determined he suffered a febrile seizure caused by a high fever.
Oct. 13 9:48 a.m. |
Lake County People in Uniform
Army Pvt. Shauna Horst, daughter of Dennis and Pamela Horst of Round Lake, and sister of Krystal Donaldson of Antioch; and Army Pvt. Jacobie Hunt, son of Anthony Hood of North Chicago; graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Oct. 13 6:30 a.m. |

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