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  A Gurner letter to the editor: It’s far more likely a gun will be used accidentally than in self-defense.

Proliferation of guns will bring more accidents

Updated: 2/8/2016 06:44 PM

  A Northbrook letter to the editor: I cannot understand how moving my money from a 401(k) where my money is at risk in the financial markets to a no-risk annuity with guaranteed income would not be in my best interest?

Finance rule defies personal interests

Updated: 2/8/2016 06:44 PM

  A Barrington Hills letter to the editor: Islam, Judaism and Christianity all believe in the god of Abraham. None of these three religions dispute the God that Abraham worshipped.

Letter rewrites religious history

Updated: 2/8/2016 06:44 PM

  Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon

Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon

Updated: 2/8/2016 01:53 PM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: Win or lose, Trump has brought the language and sensibilities of cable TV to presidential politics.

Adding obscenity to Trump’s dishonest populism

Updated: 2/8/2016 11:47 AM

  Columnist Kathleen Parker: So what’s the big fuss about Clinton’s speaking fees, which are negotiated by her speaking agency? There seem to be two “problems,” at least if you’re Bernie Sanders.

Hillary’s golden tongue

Updated: 2/8/2016 11:45 AM

  Q. This fall, my father left my mother at home while he went to spend the winter with friends in Florida (she still works and he does not). He did not tell my mother of his intentions until the week before he left, and it was hurtful to her that he...

It’s up to adult daughter to change family’s communication style

Updated: 2/8/2016 09:16 AM

  Daily Herald columnist Dave Heun is glad smoking is no longer allowed in restaurants and bars. But he says the cigarette butts thrown on the street and in plant pots by Saturday night smokers detract from the enjoyment of a Sunday morning stroll...

Cigarette butts await Sunday morning strollers in downtown Geneva

Updated: 2/8/2016 02:45 PM

  Batavia native and IMSA graduate Dane Christianson never thought he’d be an entrepreneur, but the X-CUBE puzzle he invented has led to the development of his own company, Moving Parts. The puzzle is sold online and at toy and game stores.

IMSA grad creates, markets award-winning 3D puzzle

Updated: 2/8/2016 02:29 PM

  Dundee-Crown High School in Carpentersville will host a College and Career Fair from 9:10 to 11:45 a.m. Friday, Feb. 12.

Dundee-Crown High School to host college and career fair

Updated: 2/8/2016 02:22 PM

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