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Toni Kokenis, a sophomore guard on Stanford's basketball team, played with the band at three Stanford football games last fall. (Don Feria/International Sports Images photo  / March 31, 2012)

College basketball | Hinsdale Central grad Toni Kokenis in tune with Stanford

They call it the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band, and that grandiose title is part of the joke its musicians — one must use … Read more ›

Family of A. William Haarlow was honored at the "Hope Through Caring" Award Dinner
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Les Turner ALS Foundation Raised More than $525,000 through the 25th Annual “Hope Through Caring” Award Dinner Dance

On Saturday, March 17, the Les Turner ALS Foundation held its 25th Annual “Hope Through Caring” Award Dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. … Read more ›

Anne Herman, regional director of corporate compliance for Adventist Midwest Health, and Tom Williams, regional vice president and chief administrative officer of Adventist Midwest Health
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Corporate compliance director honored by Adventist Midwest Health

Hinsdale – As regional director of corporate compliance for Adventist Midwest Health, Anne Herman helps staff members comply with government regulations. Think her job is … Read more ›

Mike Iaconelli with two big tournament bass.   Photo by BASS and Rob Russow
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Is it Ike’s turn?

After a year of fishing in a variety of tournaments across the nation, 49 of the best anglers will finally compete in the 2012 Bassmaster … Read more ›

Cyndee Schaffer at taping of Outspoken with Karon
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Local Author Appears on Outspoken with Karon

Award winning local author, Cyndee Schaffer, will appear on Karon Gibson’s cable access TV show, Outspoken with Karon, in April 2012. She is part of … Read more ›

Luke Adams' family has season tickets to Chicago Bears games where he met former Bears player Keith Van Horne. (Submitted photo)

Hinsdale 2nd-grader takes national punt, pass and kick title

Watching her son on national television, D’Ann Adams of Hinsdale was worried about how the 7-year-old was bearing the frigid temperature and wind without a … Read more ›

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An Ordinary Woman Does Extraordinary Things

In the fall of 1971, Mrs. Carol Wiesinger walked through the doors of Our Lady of Peace (OLOP) School, (Darien, Il), an ordinary woman about … Read more ›

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Adventist Midwest Health doctors among Chicago’s best

Hinsdale – Thirteen doctors who treat patients at Adventist Midwest Health’s four suburban Chicago hospitals made the list of “Chicago’s Top Doctors,” featured in the … Read more ›

James Dahan, of Lisle, with his son Kalel, 4, suffers from mild traumatic brain injuries and post traumatic stress disorder. (William DeShazer, Chicago Tribune / December 14, 2011)

Iraq War is over, but effects linger for veterans

It was just after midnight when former Marine Cpl. James Dahan was awakened by a faint noise in the distance. Except for the glare of … Read more ›

Kingswood Celebrates Las Posadas
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Kingswood Academy Celebrates Las Posadas

Kingswood Academy Celebrates Las Posadas On December 4th, Kingswood Academy celebrated the Christmas holiday with a festival called Las Posadas. Las Posadas means “the inns,” … Read more ›