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  To gain the public interest and support, the president, Congress and the EPA must make the carbon-based energy so expensive that the green technology looks more promising, and that's where we are now. Keep an eye on your energy bills.

Tough limits on coal bad for consumers

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  I miss the times of more political and neighborhood unity. Times when state and federal political leaders made concerted efforts to cooperate, get along with one another and truly work with the common goal of building a strong, prosperous country...

Flag a reminder of unity we should seek

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  If I felt Kane's facility and programs for troubled youth were inferior to those in DuPage, and this move would harm these kids, this discussion would not have gone anywhere.

Deal would benefit youth and taxpayers

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  Blago after the sentencing hearing should immediately go to federal prison to stop the destruction of his family and save what remains of his wealth for his family.

Skip appeal, Rod; take your lumps

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  There were thousands of cars, campers, SUVs, pickup trucks and recreational vehicles headed north into Wisconsin July 1 for the Fourth of July weekend, and any of theses vehicles that needed fuel along the way were warmly welcomed by gasoline and...

Why life is better north of the border

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  Republicans are fond of saying that the United States has a high corporate tax rate, and because of this our corporations operate at a competitive disadvantage in the world marketplace. If you have read this and believed it, you have been made a...

U.S. companies hardly at a disadvantage

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:50 PM

  Casey Anthony will be freed next week after spending nearly three years in jail on accusations she murdered her 2-year-old daughter, a case that captured the nation's attention and divided many over whether a killer had been acquitted.

Casey Anthony to be free next Wednesday

Updated: 7/7/2011 05:23 PM

  In addition to the fresh produce, sweets, meats and cheeses offered each week, the Palatine Farmers Market will feature a bicycle safety check and obstacle course this Saturday courtesy of Mikes Bike Shop.

Palatine market to feature bike checks

Updated: 7/7/2011 08:13 PM

  The village of Schaumburg will be hosting a public participation community workshop for the planning of new bike and walking paths from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, July 25 at the Prairie Center for the Arts, 201 Schaumburg Court in Schaumburg.

Help plan Schaumburg bike paths

Updated: 7/7/2011 08:13 PM

  The Palatine Township board of trustees is accepting resumes from residents of the Palatine Rural Fire Protection District to fill a current fire board vacancy following Tom Donohue's resignation.

Palatine fire district board has vacancy

Updated: 7/7/2011 08:13 PM

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