Daily Archive : Tuesday January 23, 2018




Life & Entertainment


    Keo Soundara of Elgin returns a shot during a pickleball class offered in Elgin that is helping to bridge a cultural gap with Elgin’s Lao population.

    Editorial: Overcoming differences by having fun

    In this editorial, the Daily Herald suggests one way we can overcome our differences is by having fun. Pickleball is doing so for Elgin’s Lao community.


    In today’s environment, even small mistakes devastating for journalism

    Steven and Cokie Roberts: As Donald Trump marks his first year in office, this question is more critical and consequential than ever: How should the media be covering the president?


    Taylor Weyeneth and a need for grownups in the White House

    Columnist Kathleen Parker: If the name Taylor Weyeneth rings a tiny bell in your head, then you might be related to him. Otherwise, the 24-year-old was until a week ago an unknown if powerful member of the Trump administration: deputy chief of staff in the Office of National Drug Control Policy.


    I’m with the president
    A Barrington Hills letter to the editor: Contrary to your editorial page “opinions” of Jan. 11, I enthusiastically support President Trump 100 percent.


    Unequal coverage
    An Elgin letter to the editor: Why was there very little mention of the March for Life held in our country’s capital but much more mention of the women’s march in Chicago and suburbs?


    Simple question
    A Lombard letter to the editor: Three million taxpayer dollars to build a cross country track at the Settlers Hill Landfill?


    One of them’s lying
    A Roselle letter to the editor: On “Face The Nation,” Jan. 14, a Republican senator stated that Sen. Dick Durbin outright lied saying the president did not say the word that cannot be printed.


    Preserve the pollinators
    A Batavia letter to the editor: The Kane County Board will be voting in June on the next step for its $3.88 million Settler Hill cross-country track.

    Sen. Tammy Duckworth and daughter Abigail

    Duckworth to become first U.S. Senator to give birth

    U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, of Hoffman Estates, will become the first U.S. senator to give birth in the chamber’s history.


    Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon
    Today’s Daily Herald Opinion page editorial cartoon


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