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Lake County takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Highland Park Property Transfers: Southland Avenue property sells for $855K
Orphans of the Storm Pet Spotlight: Belize the Chihuahua
Girls volleyball season preview notebook
Boys soccer season preview notebook
Health summit details programs, services for Lake County veterans and their families
Park district to extend field use with portable floodlights
Highland Park lifts ban on lawn sprinkling
Six Lake County Sheriff’s officers promoted to sergeant
Mayor, Ravinia CEO team up to take on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Creative writing program aims to lower recidivism at Lake County Jail
Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital Health Tip: Summer safety tips
Jim Moore leaves ‘giant’ mark on Western Golf Association
North Shore gymnasts to compete in Pan American Championships
Police Blotter: Man charged with impersonating police
Deerfield’s Todd Kessler, ex-‘Voice’ contender, releases new single
Crime Briefs: Office burglarized on First Street
Demoliton of Millard Park sewage plant set to begin Sept. 2
Schneider, Dold disclose 2013 tax returns; Schneider criticized for filing separately from wife
Lake Forest Hospital expands cancer care
Your choice: tattoos or tuition
Editorial: Spurn the no-smoking law? That’s no answer
North Shore Sanitary District freezes connection fees for 3 years
Temporary ban on outdoor water use
Restaurant chefs to judge healthy-recipe contest
A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras Sports
A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras
I started to play organized basketball for a Lake Forest recreation league team in the fifth grade. In the seventh grade, my dad started taking me to Lake Forest High School games. The Scouts had a shooting guard named Matt Vogrich. He earned a scholarship to Michigan and became the school’s all-time leading scorer. That’s when I really started to see basketball as part of my future.
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