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  • Sports salary shows priorities are off Dec 27, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Bartlett letter to the editor: With the recent passing of my friend, Fred Potter, who was a regular contributor to Your Views, I felt I needed, in his memory, to comment on two stories that were in the Daily Herald in the past couple of weeks. The first concerned the acquisition of Jon Lester by the Cubs. His salary is going to be $155 million over six years.

  • U-46 principal can’t have it both ways Dec 26, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Bartlett letter to the editor: The recent protest at South Elgin High School supported and directed by Principal James Edwards provides more evidence to both the double standard and embedded social engineering being driven by many within U-46. Mr. Edwards’ motivation was for a teachable moment. Well, that should start with a bit of fact, not fiction. In demonstrating, the students marched and yelled “hands up don’t shoot” with their hands up — actions that never took place by Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

  • Hear “Stories from the Elgin National Watch Factory” Jan. 18 Dec 26, 2014 7:35 AM
    Hear “Stories from the Elgin National Watch Factory” Jan. 18

  • Bartlett board to hold planning workshop Dec 26, 2014 6:37 PM
    Bartlett residents can weigh in on the direction of the village during a town hall meeting with the mayor and trustees Saturday, Jan. 10. The planning session will start 9 a.m. at village hall, 228 S. Main St.

  • Master Gardener presents tools and tips for BodySmart Gardening Dec 26, 2014 7:29 PM
    This winter, join University of Illinois Extension to become a “BodySmart” Gardener, and find out how you can prevent aches and strains and make gardening more enjoyable. Presented by award-winning DuPage County Master Gardener Jan Hanson, the “BodySmart Gardening” workshop will focus on techniques to prevent injury while working in the yard.

  • Elgin Theatre Company to present “Leading Ladies” Dec 26, 2014 8:02 PM
    The Elgin Theatre Company will present “Leading Ladies,” a comedy by Ken Ludwig, on Jan. 9-25, at Kimball Street Theater in Elgin. The play, directed by Madeline Franklin, will explore how far would you go for three million dollars.

  • One way Rauner can shake things up Dec 23, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Bartlett letter to the editor: Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner should appoint the new treasurer as the comptroller, if he really wants to shake up Springfield. No excuses.

  • Northwest suburban municipal races come into focus Dec 24, 2014 12:01 AM
    The Northwest suburban municipal elections next spring have come into focus with the close of filing on Monday. Here are the candidates.

  • Gift Wrapping for Patients is Serious Business at Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare System Dec 23, 2014 8:01 AM
    Gift Wrapping for Patients is Serious Business at Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare System

  • Elk Grove Theatre Presents “The Shining” January 13 Dec 23, 2014 7:59 AM
    Elk Grove Theatre Presents “The Shining” January 13

  • Virginia Lake Elementary students illistratue children’s holiday book Dec 22, 2014 7:43 AM
    A Good News Story

  • Catholic Church isn’t the only religion out there Dec 20, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Bartlett letter to the editor: I’ve always been taught that true reporting of the news is done without any bias. You act as if the only important religion is Catholicism. You seem to bend over backward to breathlessly inform of us of “His Holiness” the pope, or the recently installed head of the Catholic Church in Chicago.

  • Enjoy festive train displays at Sun City through Dec. 28 Dec 19, 2014 3:00 PM
    The Model Railroad Club of Sun City Huntley will be running model trains this holiday season through Dec. 28. Each year, the club raffles off three model train sets. This year’s raffle is a Canadian Pacific Passenger Train set that includes engine, cars, track and a transformer.

  • 2 Bartlett High School students hack into Elgin U-46 portal Dec 19, 2014 7:12 PM
    Bartlett police are considering criminal charges against two Bartlett High School students who hacked into an Elgin Area District U-46 online portal and changed student attendance records, officials said Friday. “One account being hacked into is one too many,” said John Heiderscheidt, the district’s coordinator of safety and security. “We’re taking every precaution we can.”

  • Fox Valley police reports Dec 18, 2014 5:31 PM
    Alfonso Estrada Jr. and Edgar A. Torres, both 18 and from Elgin, were charged Monday with armed violence, vehicular invasion, three counts of aggravated battery and mob action, according to court records and a police report.

  • Candidates file for seats on Bartlett village board Dec 18, 2014 4:46 PM
    Two candidates have filed nominating petitions for three available seats on Bartlett’s village board. Longtime Trustee T.L. Arends — first elected in 1991 — is seeking another four-year term on the board in the April 7 election. The other candidate is Raymond Deyne, chair of the village’s plan commission and the Hanover Township Foundation secretary and treasurer.

  • Northwest suburban police blotter Dec 18, 2014 4:47 PM
    Three Mount Prospect residents received separate voice mail messages Nov. 18 claiming they owed money to the IRS. They were told to buy money cards and call back with the card numbers. All three realized the call was a scam and refused to comply.

  • Bartlett art group opens in new downtown storefront Dec 18, 2014 9:08 PM
    A group of artists have moved into a new space in downtown Bartlett, where professionals will create, sell and teach their craft. The nonprofit Arts in Bartlett hopes it will host live music and movie screenings, too. “Every successful downtown has some sort of entertainment venue,” says Cecilia Green, a founding member. “Bartlett doesn’t have that, so we’re hoping to provide that in some small way."

  • Bartlett nurse-to-be, Elgin minister credited with saving truck driver Dec 18, 2014 5:30 AM
    John “Jack” Dempsey learned he beat cancer four days before suffering a massive heart attack behind the wheel of a semi. The 75-year-old truck driver survived, thanks to a Bartlett nursing student who gave CPR and an Elgin minister who worked to free him from the trailer. “I was fighting for him and with him,” says Jenny Golden, who plans to graduate from nursing school in May.

  • Tri-Cities police reports Dec 17, 2014 4:37 PM
    Owen T. Szorc, 24, of St. Charles, was charged Dec. 8 with public drunkenness, according to a St. Charles police report.

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