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Tribune staff reporterPupils knew their vocabulary words but lacked sophisticated reading skills. They could answer questions about science experiments but were stumped on topics such as geology and astronomy. They could add, subtract, calculate fractions and interpret a bar...
Tribune staff reporterWant to get started vegetable gardening but feel you need to know more? Here's where to turn. Web sites *"Watch Your Garden Grow" (urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies): The basics of vegetable gardening, from the University of Illinois Extension. Go to...
Want to get started vegetable gardening but feel you need to know more? Here's where to turn. Web sites •"Watch Your Garden Grow" (urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies): The basics of vegetable gardening, from the University of Illinois Extension. Go to...
Tribune staff reporterJust as plants turn brown and shut down, just as frost hits and the heating season starts, it's time to plant spring flowers. Huh? says the new gardener.But it's true. October is when we start planting spring bulbs -- those onion-looking things that...
Special to the TribuneA little-known fact: L. Frank Baum may have crafted his classic "The Wizard of Oz" as an allegory about the moneyed elites of the East and West Coasts who enslave the laborers of farm and factory in the heartland. But the children (and their parents) who...
Many plants are easy to share -- maybe too easy. A friend may have mint, lily-of-the-valley or violets to spare because they are aggressive spreaders. Such plants can cause headaches and backaches unless you place them where they can't crowd out...
Tribune Staff WritersAs early as 1991, Tony Berlin, an employee in the Illinois secretary of state's office, said he observed rampant cheating at the McCook driver's license facility and reported it to officials working for then Secretary of State George Ryan. Berlin said he...
Tribune staff reporterIn J.R.R. Tolkein's "The Two Towers," two hobbits get lost in an ancient forest and discover beings called Ents, who have lived in the woods so long, caring for trees, that they have almost turned into trees themselves. Ultimately, the Ents go to war to...
Tribune staff reportersOver the last 40 years, small groups of devout Muslim men have gathered in homes in U.S. cities to pray, memorize the Koran and discuss events of the day. But they also addressed their ultimate goal, one so controversial that it is a key reason they have...
Tags: Terrorism, Society, Qur'an, Palestine, Arts and Culture
If you see a mistake, please send us an e-mail Thursday, Oct. 3 schedule All games 3:30 p.m. unless noted Chicago Public Big Shoulders Hyde Park vs. Schurz at Lane Chicago Public Second City Sullivan vs. Orr, 7:30 p.m. at Hanson Tilden vs. Washington, 7:...
Source: Illinois High School AssociationCLASS AA Sectionals 5:30 p.m., Tue., Feb. 25 At Hersey Conant 33, Libertyville 26 Wheeling 32, Grant 31 Conant 33, Wheeling 25 At Morton (Ill.) Mahomet-Seymour 38, La Salle-Peru 28 Bloomington 40, East Peoria 6 Mahomet-Seymour 32, Bloomington 29 At...
Tags: Naperville, Harvard, Zion, Education, Oregon
State finals At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 9 Augusta Southeastern d. St. Joseph-Ogden 15-4, 15-6 Breese Mater Dei d. Huntley 15-5, 17-15 Quincy Notre Dame d. Byron 15-13, 15-9 Mt. Pulaski d. Benton 15-8, 15-6 Sat., Nov. 10...
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