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The gun problem is a God problem
Oct 17, 2015 1:00 AM
A Wilmette letter to the editor: We are missing something in these gun control debates. Having a lot of guns is not a new phenomenon in our country.
Metropolis director hired Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell before they were famous
Sep 22, 2015 5:30 AM
He's worked with just about every Hollywood comedian you've ever heard of, including Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell, and now, Wilmette native Joe Keefe is running the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre in Arlington Heights.
Constitution needs change on pensions
Aug 10, 2015 1:00 AM
A Wilmette letter to the editor: A reader offered his solution for fixing the Illinois pension crisis. My question is: Why is nobody talking about changing the Illinois State Constitution with regard to pensions?
'Grand Budapest' Oscar nominee discovered love of film in suburbs
By Dann Gire
Feb 22, 2015 1:00 AM
Robert Yeoman, a Northbrook and Wilmette native, remembers when he found out he'd been named an Academy Award nominee for the cinematography on Wes Anderson's stylish comedy "The Grand Budapest Hotel." "I was standing in the closet getting dressed and I received a text from a friend in New York congratulating me," he said. "Nothing bothered me that day, I was walking on air for sure!"
Wintrust ATMs get new software, works with your smartphone
By Anna Marie Kukec
Jan 15, 2015 1:37 PM
Rosemont-based Wintrust is adding new software to its fleet of 190 ATMs so that they can communicate with your smartphone. About 29 ATMs so far have the new software that will allow your smartphone to do the so-called cardless cash transaction.
Your 2015 Guide to the Suburbs: It's our best advice, but share yours too
Jan 1, 2015 7:30 AM
Want to make the most of 2015? Daily Herald Editor John Lampinen introduces a special New Year's Day guide to living, working and playing in the suburbs.
High morals expected of public officials
Dec 1, 2014 5:01 AM
A Wilmette letter to the editor: I don't ask my plumber if he is faithful to his wife. But then again, my plumber didn't take an oath of office, and neither did Martin Luther King.
Self-published authors can enter Soon to Be Famous Illinois Author contest
Nov 20, 2014 9:02 PM
Illinois authors who have self-published an adult fiction book may enter the second year of the Soon to be Famous Illinois Author project until Monday, Dec. 15. The Soon to be Famous Illinois Author project is being coordinated in collaboration with the Illinois Library Association and Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS) and is supported by the American Library Association Digital Content Working Group, the Public Library Association (PLA), Illinois Heartland Library System.
NAMI walk raises $1000,00 to help those with mental illness
Submitted by NAMI CCNS
Nov 11, 2014 4:20 PM
More than 600 people came with their dogs to NAMIWalks, a 5K walk sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness--Cook County North Suburban. The walk was on Saturday, Oct. 18., in Blue Star Memorial Woods, Glenview Woods, and Harms Woods in Glenview.
Great harm in giving animals antibiotics
Nov 10, 2014 5:01 AM
A Wilmette letter to the editor: Bacteria's capacity for antibiotic resistance is old news. Alexander Fleming cautioned us about bacterium's capacity to mutate and become resistant to penicillin. He knew the more exposure bacteria had to antibiotics, the less effective these drugs would be.
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