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Letter to the Editor: Schneider should be transparent with his tax returns
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Highland Park, Deerfield football teams collaborate on ice bucket challenge
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Driver cited after crash into Highland Park business
An Evanston man was cited for negligent driving Tuesday after he drove his vehicle the night before into a building along Route 41 in Highland Park, police and fire officials said. Emergency crews were called just after 5 p.m. to the K Brothers Tile & Stone company at 3150 Skokie Valley Road for a report of a car that crashed into a building. Upon arriving, first responders found Lino Rodrigues, 41, of Evanston, trapped inside the car.
Aug. 26 4:55 p.m. |
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Letter to the Editor: Schneider should be transparent with his tax returns
Why won’t Brad Schneider be transparent with his tax returns? My concern is not about how much money he or his wife makes or their tax rate, but with his refusal to be transparent. He has a responsibility when called upon to be open and honest with his constituents. His failure to demonstrate accountability to those who elected him is what should worry voters this November. Unfortunately, Schneider is the type of politician who is a tired and sorry example of what we as Americans have come to expect from our elected officials. ­— Richard Williams, Mundelein
Aug. 25 8:48 a.m. |
Highland Park, Deerfield football teams collaborate on ice bucket challenge News
Highland Park, Deerfield football teams collaborate on ice bucket challenge
Highland Park and Deerfield high schools may be fierce rivals on the football field, but when it comes to battling Lou Gehrig’s disease, they are teammates. Giants coaches and players dumped a bucket of ice water over their heads last Thursday following their annual Blue-White scrimmage at Wolters Field after receiving a challenge from the Warriors, who did the “ice bucket challenge” two days earlier.
Aug. 22 4:58 p.m. |

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