Index 2000

ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Fender bender  1/13/00 p.10
    Area man pulls woman from icy water  1/27/00 p.7
    Wauconda Fire Department rescues snowmobiler  1/27/00 p.7
    Man hit by Metra train dies  2/10/00 p.10
    An unexpected detour  3/30/00 p.8
    Illegal parking  4/13/00 p.5
    Reaching out  4/13/00 p.9
    Collision  5/4/00 p.5
    Overturned load  5/4/00 p.8
    Dragging the lines  5/18/00 p.11
    Serious, but not deadly  6/1/00 p.5
    Drivers escape injury in two-car crash  7/20/00 p.5
    Free ride  7/20/00 p.7
    He got off time after time  7/20/00 p.9
    When an accident becomes a reckless homicide charge 
        7/20/00 p.9
    Deadly dump truck  7/27/00 p.7
    Teens hailed as heroes  8/31/00 p.5
    Investigation into fatal accident continues  10/12/00 p.12
    Woman charged with reckless homicide  10/26/00 p.12
    Dark passages  11/16/00 p.7
 
ADCO VAN & STORAGE                                          
    Village buys ADCO site for $1 million  12/7/00 p.5
 
ADOPTION                                                    
    Open adoption  5/11/00 p.105
    Groups offer adoption help  5/11/00 p.105
 
ADVANCED TECHNICAL SUPPORT, INC.                            
    Technical company pays early dividends in village  12/21/00
        p.14
 
AGED                                                        
    Durbin tells local seniors about Medicare proposal  2/3/00
        p.10
    Housing help  10/12/00 p.8
    Illinois took 7 years to regulate assisted living  10/12/00
        p.9
    Housing help  10/19/00 p.8
    Old-school Olympians  11/16/00 p.115
    A new beginning  11/16/00 p.145
    Narrowing the gap  12/7/00 p.31
 
AGNOLETTI, JANET                                            
    BACOG names Agnoletti to director post  9/28/00 p.5
 
AL-AZHAR ISLAMIC FOUNDATION                                 
    Islamic group seeks cultural center nod  11/9/00 p.7
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    BHS finds zero tolerance intolerable  6/1/00 p.5
    Underage consumption arrests skyrocketing  7/6/00 p.5
    Hosting parties puts adults at risk  8/31/00 p.5
 
ALDRIDGE, HEATHER                                           
    Three female deputies file lawsuit  7/6/00 p.6
 
ALGONQUIN, ILL.                                             
    Well-wishers pay tribute to closing local landmark  1/20/00
        p.11
    Hero of Barrington Hills' drug, DUI busts retires  9/28/00
        p.11
 
ALLIANCE AGAINST INTOXICATED MOTORISTS                      
    Panel imparts to students tragic impact of alcohol  4/13/00
        p.9
 
ALS (DISEASE)                                               
    Ride with a reason  12/28/00 p.73
 
AMC THEATRES, INC.                                          
    Police continue to investigate abduction attempt  8/3/00 p.5
 
AMERICANS FOR FAIR TAXATION                                 
    Group seeking to abolish IRS, advocating national sales tax
        2/17/00 p.14
 
AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS, INC.                              
    Cell tower suit heads to trial  1/13/00 p.10
    Two counts dismissed from cell tower suit  2/10/00 p.8
    Judge expected to rule Tuesday on cellular phone tower
        lawsuit  2/24/00 p.10
    Lake County judge rules tower can stay  3/9/00 p.8
    Cell tower saga ends, village's appeal denied  8/31/00 p.8
 
ANDERSON, SPENCER                                           
    Broncos' Anderson, Aprati, Conway and LaChapelle net
        all-state lacrosse honors  6/15/00 p.128
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Too many geese are spoiling the Ponds  3/30/00 p.5
    Coyote sighting elicits caution  8/3/00 p.8
    Coyote sightings worry some residents  8/10/00 p.11
    Truly man's best friend  7/6/00 p.89
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    The animal adjuster  2/10/00 p.83
    Wolf dog transported to facility in Tennessee  2/17/00 p.11
    A lifetime of caring  6/15/00 p.97
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    South Barrington board votes on Jung plan  1/27/00 p.6
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
    Barrington annexes 5-acre site  2/17/00 p.6
    Annexation talks break down when officials balk at demands 
        4/27/00 p.9
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Mary and Stanley Yaney [50th anniversary]  4/27/00 p.113
    Lillian and James DeBolt [60th]  6/29/00 p.100
    Lillian and James DeBolt  8/3/00 p.95
    Country Home & Garden Club marks milestone  9/7/00 p.88
 
APRATI, BRETT                                               
    Broncos' Anderson, Aprati, Conway and LaChapelle net
        all-state lacrosse honors  6/15/00 p.128
 
ARIOLA, NOREEN                                              
    Ariola appointed South Barrington clerk  1/20/00 p.6
 
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS PARK DISTRICT                             
    Payton's Hill to be dedicated May 13  5/4/00 p.8
 
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL.                                     
    Painted ponies  7/13/00 p.B4
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Post positions  3/2/00 p.97
    And they're off!  4/20/00 p.101
    Arlington hopes for another comeback  5/11/00 p.123
    Arlington's home for a sizable herd  5/11/00 p.123
    Merchants hope business blooms when track opens  5/11/00
        p.125
    Racing returns  5/18/00 p.7
    Mutuel clerks to vote Monday on proposed contract  5/18/00
        p.7
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    (Cinder)Ellis Island  5/4/00 p.27
    A little on the trashy side  9/28/00 p.27
    Gobble, gobble  11/30/00 p.31
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Immortal images of mere mortals  10/19/00 p.B7
 
ASTRONOMY                                                   
    Miracle in the sky  12/21/00 p.7
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Author offers her advice through "God's Whisper"  7/20/00
        p.14
    Book revisits horror, healing following fatal car accident 
        7/27/00 p.8
    Teachers hope new magazine is just right  7/27/00 p.B3
 
BACHMANN, NANCY-JEANNE                                      
    Local student attends Freedoms Foundation conference 
        5/4/00 p.29
 
BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                 
    Going to the birds  3/16/00 p.7
    Exhibit depicts wildflowers  5/11/00 p.10
 
BARBARA B. ROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                           
    Rose students REACH out to help others  1/13/00 p.29
    Here's the beef!  2/17/00 p.25
    DAR to honor Rose School teachers  2/17/00 p.27
    Mummy dearest  11/23/00 p.27
    Rose students stuff stockings for needy  12/21/00 p.26
 
BARR, FRED                                                  
    Volunteer work pads retiree's life of service  1/20/00 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                         
    Young Post 158 squad forces Hawrysko to be more involved 
        6/15/00 p.127
    Payton's place:  Legion mound  6/29/00 p.105
    Posting experience  8/10/00 p.111
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    The changing face of art  1/13/00 p.B1
    Teachers share space in new exhibit  5/11/00 p.B5
    Run for the Arts raises $20,000  7/13/00 p.12
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Fitzgerald tells group:  "It's good to be home"  1/27/00 p.9
    Chamber honors Marquardt  1/27/00 p.9
    New officers installed at Chamber banquet  2/3/00 p.101
    Four receive Chamber scholarships  4/13/00 p.6
    Beginning a new adventure  10/26/00 p.115
    Beese honored for 32 years of service to area business 
        12/14/00 p.7
    Chamber names Beese's successor  12/28/00 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                        
    New foundation will begin awarding grants this spring 
        1/6/00 p.7
    Foundation getting grant requests  3/9/00 p.6
    Foundation reviews grant applications  4/13/00 p.11
    Community foundation bestows initial grants  5/18/00 p.13
    Break-in will benefit community foundation  10/12/00 p.13
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG backs 53 extension  6/1/00 p.5
    Klein looks ahead as he prepares to leave BACOG  6/15/00
        p.10
    BACOG names Agnoletti to director post  9/28/00 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Never too old  6/1/00 p.94
    BACOA finds a new home  6/8/00 p.12
    Senior lunch program debuts  10/5/00 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Wish List provides help to nonprofits  11/9/00 p.26
    Fifth annual Wish List is released  12/14/00 p.22
 
BARRINGTON AREA EXECUTIVE BREAKFAST CLUB                    
    Sunrise seminars  2/17/00 p.95
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Grant aids library  4/6/00 p.101
    Treasurer's annual report  8/31/00 p.96
    Annual budget  9/28/00 p.107
    Barrington, Ela libraries receive grants  10/12/00 p.6
    Barrington library gets genome grant  12/7/00 p.6
    Friends find new market to sell old library books  12/21/00
        p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    Barrington Area United Way chooses funding recipients 
        3/30/00 p.10
    People who care  8/31/00 p.85
    United Way steps up fund-raising efforts  12/7/00 p.14
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Breakfast Rotarians seek funds for lightning warning system
        3/23/00 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Payton, Terzo help boost Broncos to regional title  10/5/00
        p.117
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (LACROSSE CLUB)                          
    Broncos fall to GBS in lacrosse state-title game  6/8/00
        p.135
    Broncos' Anderson, Aprati, Conway and LaChapelle net
        all-state lacrosse honors  6/15/00 p.128
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Twin forces  1/20/00 p.93
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Broncos swat Saxons to wrap up MSL-West title  5/11/00 p.133
    Broncos net MSL 6-peat  5/18/00 p.119
    Cabrera stands tall at sectional  5/25/00 p.123
    Rallying  6/1/00 p.117
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Broncos, Eitel eye State after runner-up finish at regional
        10/26/00 p.129
 
BARRINGTON CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Barrington oks office building  3/2/00 p.6
 
BARRINGTON CHILDREN'S CHOIR                                 
    Holiday harmonies  12/14/00 p.B7
 
BARRINGTON CITIZENS FOR OPEN SPACE                          
    Group puts in bid for Jewel land  7/13/00 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Countryside tops school priority list  1/13/00 p.5
    District 220 going for $15.4 million  1/20/00  p.5
    Booming construction trade busting District 220's budget 
        1/20/00 p.25
    District 220 board considers making students pay to play 
        1/27/00 p.5
    District 220 may shift middle school boundaries  1/27/00 p.7
    Lamberson may be leaving for Lake Forest  2/3/00 p.5
    Referendum III  2/10/00 p.25
    District 220 discusses impact of referendum  2/24/00 p.5
    Lake Forest Lamberson decision expected soon  2/24/00 p.9
    District ends superintendent buzz  3/2/00 p.5
    Consumables may provide district with new revenue  3/16/00
        p.8
    Referendum III  3/16/00 p.31
    Voters say no to better schools  3/23/00 p.5
    District 220 group awards 12 grants  3/23/00 p.25
    District 220 names new principal  3/30/00 p.6
    220 confronts reprioritization  4/6/00 p.5
    Numbers tell story of referendum's defeat  4/6/00 p.5
    Schools face cuts in building projects  4/20/00 p.5
    Build first, plan later? 220 asks  4/27/00 p.5
    District 220 names two new principals  4/27/00 p.5
    Grandview Drive project gets state funds  5/18/00 p.5
    Board going forward with fall referendum  5/25/00 p.5
    Parents fume over lack of room  6/1/00 p.7
    Soon gone, never forgotten  6/1/00 p.29
    District 220 board, CAC study fall referendum  6/8/00 p.9
    Several new faces will greet District 220 students in the
        fall  6/8/00 p.9
    Middle schools seek funds for computers  6/8/00 p.12
    Foundation grant will move district forward  6/29/00 p.5
    Renovating two schools gets reluctant support  7/13/00 p.5
    District finalizes plan to move kindergartners  7/13/00 p.8
    There's more to language than speaking  7/20/00 p.6
    Focus group:  renovate Roslyn and Countryside  7/20/00 p.12
    School board oks $27 million referendum  8/3/00 p.5
    Critics charge board must change its ways  8/10/00 p.5
    Changes await students as renovations continue  8/24/00 p.27
    District 220 planning information campaign  8/24/00 p.28
    Citizens organizing to pass referendum  8/31/00 p.7
    New computers help district replace obsolete technology 
        8/31/00 p.23
    Plumbing, heat wave plague district's schools  9/7/00 p.5
    School board president resigns  9/14/00 p.5
    CEL working to educate voters about school needs  9/14/00
        p.7
    Hansen elected school board chief  9/21/00 p.5
    District 220 tackles rising costs, enrollment  9/28/00 p.7
    Officials deny trend in March ballot  10/5/00 p.5
    Where would referendum dollars go?  10/12/00 p.5
    Tax levy vote cost district $10 million  10/19/00 p.5
    Low tax rates keep finances lagging  10/26/00 p.5
    Decision day arrives for school referendum  11/2/00 p.5
    Illinois school report cards  11/2/00 p.7
    Community really wants good schools  11/9/00 p.5
    Referendum received support across board  11/9/00 p.5
    Board expects to avoid past mistakes  11/16/00 p.5
    Passing $88 million referendum not the end for school
        officials  11/16/00 p.24
    Changes may delay high school readiness  11/23/00 p.5
    Officials abide by original plan to pay off referendum 
        11/23/00 p.9
    Schools to seek impact fee hike  11/30/00 p.5
    Owner Services determined to keep costs within budget 
        11/30/00 p.10
    Board approves tax levy plans to seek rate hike  12/7/00 p.9
    Support group formed to assist parents of special needs
        children  12/14/00 p.8
    Sunny Hill adopts Character Counts  12/14/00 p.13
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRY HOME & GARDEN CLUB                       
    Country Home & Garden Club marks milestone  9/7/00 p.88
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire board may hire consultant to solve referendum
        questions  1/6/00 p.8
    Local fire districts negotiating ambulance-fire aid
        agreement  1/13/00 p.14
    Fire district board narrows referendum study's scope 
        1/20/00 p.9
    Fire department seeks ways to improve response time 
        3/30/00 p.8
    Fire district will seek tax rate hike  11/30/00 p.10
    Countryside Fire district will seek tax hike in April 
        12/28/00 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Annual Report  2/17/00 p.100
    Fire board delays consultant decision  2/24/00 p.6
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    BETA backs park district referendum  2/24/00 p.6
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Tough one to stomach  2/17/00 p.103
    No crying shame  3/2/00 p.105
    Rich performance  12/21/00 p.105
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Dance the night away  2/3/00 p.109
    Club 150  2/10/00 p.105
    Worth the weight  2/24/00 p.99
    Breaths of frosh air  12/14/00 p.135
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Super soccer  4/27/00 p.135
    Sure shot:  Poulin's poke lifts St. Charles past Fillies in
        state final  6/8/00 p.131
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Brunka, Delcore, Hershman repeat; Fillies 9-peat  11/2/00
        p.127
    Brunka, Delcore, Thalheimer, Hershman lead way at sectional
        11/16/00 p.162
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies net MSL-West title  10/12/00 p.133
    MSL champs get kick out of advancing to regional final 
        10/26/00 p.127
    Fillies get shot at No. 1 PR  11/2/00 p.123
    Staring at State  11/9/00 p.119
    Roth serves Fillies into supersectional  11/9/00 p.122
    Pulsating  11/16/00 p.153
    State's sounds of silence  11/16/00 p.158
    Fillies pull paper-thin win over Downers South in semis 
        11/16/00 p.159
    Spicer leaves 'em speechless  11/16/00 p.161
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    In with the new  2/10/00 p.7
    When disaster strikes  6/8/00 p.123
    New fire station open house tops off fire prevention week 
        9/28/00 p.8
    Hardly horseplay  9/28/00 p.89
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Barrington High students to take ISAT  1/6/00 p.8
    Progress report  1/20/00 p.25
    Barrington High School All-Century Team  1/20/00 p.94
    Honor roll  1/27/00 p.27
    Demolition work to begin in BHS renovation project  2/17/00
        p.8
    Troupe creates connections between issues, coping skills 
        3/30/00 p.25
    Honor roll  4/6/00 p.28
    PTO offers Odyssey to safety  4/13/00 p.9
    Team effort  4/20/00 p.23
    Cuba invites BHS choir to international fest  5/4/00 p.28
    Learning to care  5/11/00 p.33
    Law and order  5/25/00 p.27
    BHS finds zero tolerance intolerable  6/1/00 p.5
    BHS choir performs in Cuba  6/1/00 p.31
    Class of 2000  6/8/00 p.8
    We will all remember  6/8/00 p.31
    Honor roll  6/15/00 p.30
    Class of '75 reunion evokes thoughts of easier-going days 
        7/27/00 p.9
    Honor roll  7/27/00 p.25
    Upheaval has band on the run  8/24/00 p.11
    Programs ease transition to high school  8/24/00 p.25
    High school liaison officer maintains vigilance  8/24/00
        p.29
    Correction to story of 8/24  8/31/00 p.6
    A visit to a small town  10/5/00 p.27
    Students past and present exhibit homecoming spirit 
        10/19/00 p.7
    Making a difference  10/19/00 p.33
    Welch show the way in Broncos' homecoming win  10/19/00
        p.137
    A universal language  10/26/00 p.31
    BHS principal DeYoung accepts new post  11/30/00 p.9
    Spoon River named one of state's best  12/7/00 p.33
    Honor roll  12/7/00 p.110
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    MacArthur farm property under contract  1/6/00 p.5
    New subdivision proposed  1/6/00 p.9
    Six youths charged in area mail thefts  1/20/00 p.12
    Duda identified as MacArthur Farm buyer  2/17/00 p.5
    Police seek clues in theft of sculpture  4/6/00 p.25
    Barrington Hills man faces sex charges  6/8/00 p.7
    Treasurer's report  8/17/00 p.117
    Developer defends MacArthur proposal  10/5/00 p.7
    Duda receives chilly reception at hearing  10/26/00 p.11
    Islamic group seeks cultural center nod  11/9/00 p.7
    Fire causes $125,000 damage  11/9/00 p.13
    Duda plan forwarded to trustees  11/23/00 p.5
    Duda says next step is deannexation  11/30/00 p.5
    Molester gets 12 years in prison  11/30/00 p.8
    Barrington Hills police receive grant  12/21/00 p.6
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    Fund-raiser will benefit The Union  11/23/00 p.9
 
BARRINGTON KIWANIS                                          
    Three decades of caring  7/13/00 p.115
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    District 220 may shift middle school boundaries  1/27/00 p.7
    No bones about it:  kids dig dinosaurs  3/9/00 p.25
    Honor roll  4/6/00 p.32
    Honor roll  5/25/00 p.28
    Honor roll  6/15/00 p.26
    Honor roll  8/3/00 p.24
    Thanks  11/2/00 p.29
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    District 220 may shift middle school boundaries  1/27/00 p.7
    Honor roll  4/6/00 p.31
    BMS--Station Campus team takes second at state meet 
        4/24/00 p.24
    Learning to care  5/11/00 p.33
    Livin' la vida circa 1860  5/18/00 p.27
    Honor roll  5/25/00 p.29
    Honor roll  6/15/00 p.32
    Middle school teacher named C-Span fellow  7/6/00 p.28
    Honor roll  8/3/00 p.22
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Park district referendum decision set for Tuesday  1/13/00
        p.8
    Barrington Park District to ask for tax rate hike  1/20/00
        p.5
    Church, hospital, Park District all eyeing Jewel Tea
        property  1/27/00 p.8
    Park board asking for voters' trust  2/17/00 p.7
    BETA backs park district referendum  2/24/00 p.6
    Voters approve open space measure  3/23/00 p.7
    Park site eyed for teen/senior center  5/4/00 p.5
    Park board mulls community center  5/11/00 p.9
    Park district board wants access to teen/senior center 
        6/8/00 p.14
    Group puts in bid for Jewel land  7/13/00 p.5
    Union concept will serve teens, seniors  9/21/00 p.12
    Park district lauded for its aquatic facilities  11/16/00
        p.21
 
BARRINGTON PUBLIC WORKS                                     
    Village eyes improvements to public works building 
        11/30/00 p.8
 
BARRINGTON SUZUKI SCHOOL                                    
    Suzuki School celebrates 20th anniversary  3/9/00 p.7
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    BSC makes splash at JO State  3/16/00 p.130
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Barrington Township kicks off 150-year celebration  5/11/00
        p.9
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE                
    TAC will review impact of proposed options  9/14/00 p.8
    TAC drops all but four Rt. 59 options from consideration 
        9/21/00 p.9
    Charges of impropriety leveled after TAC cuts all but three
        options  9/28/00 p.5
    TAC agrees it moved too fast  10/5/00 p.5
    Officials insist traffic, triangle not linked  10/12/00 p.5
    Trustees hedge on TAC attendance  10/12/00 p.11
    TAC questions viability of redevelopment plans  10/26/00 p.7
    TAC subcommittee tries to hammer out mission  11/2/00 p.12
    Residents criticize creation of TAC group  11/9/00 p.14
    Officials not sold on Hough Street options  11/16/00 p.11
    Unless they make history, some of village's older buildings
        could be history  11/23/00 p.7
    Traffic subcommittee gets high marks for its efforts 
        12/7/00 p.10
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Church, hospital, Park District all eyeing Jewel Tea
        property  1/27/00 p.8
    Search for church site continues  3/9/00 p.6
    Sifting through the rubble  3/30/00 p.5
    Removing the final remnants  3/30/00 p.10
    BUMC members ok Bartlett Road site  4/13/00 p.5
    Methodists approve church plan  10/26/00 p.10
 
BARRINGTON VENTURE LLC.                                     
    Plan commission oks guest rooms at Garlands  3/23/00 p.8
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH BASEBALL                                   
    BYB eliminates north-south dividing line  1/13/00 p.11
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE                             
    BYDE tabs Gumowski  8/10/00 p.98
    Living dolls  11/23/00 p.93
    Workshop wizard  12/14/00 p.105
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Local agency fights teen alcohol, drug abuse  8/3/00 p.11
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Train talks get off track  1/20/00 p.6
    Village participation urged in downtown development 
        1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    Bell rings in new era for Barrington  1/27/00 p.99
    Panel rejects Jewel Tea proposals  2/10/00 p.5
    Village may adjust utility tax  2/10/00 p.6
    In with the new  2/10/00 p.7
    Developer withdraws petition to renovate Seigle's property 
        2/10/00 p.10
    Board begins downtown TIF talks  2/17/00 p.5
    Barrington annexes 5-acre site  2/17/00 p.6
    Cook County to help fund bypass study  2/17/00 p.6
    Village board adopts downtown TIF district  3/2/00 p.5
    Barrington oks office building  3/2/00 p.6
    Village gets virtual welcome wagon  3/9/00 p.97
    Panel delays decision on church expansion  3/16/00 p.5
    Jewel Pond complies with tree ordinance  3/23/00 p.6
    Plan commission oks guest rooms at Garlands  3/23/00 p.8
    Village lays groundwork for bike path  4/6/00 p.7
    Village wants to blow whistle on new FRA rule  4/20/00 p.5
    Officials bark at train-whistle rules  4/27/00 p.5
    Village says water is safe despite recent lead tests 
        4/27/00 p.9
    Committee grapples with tear-down issue  5/11/00 p.5
    Committee to recommend strict tear-down guidelines  5/25/00
        p.16
    Taking up the fight  6/8/00 p.5
    Alcohol, arrest can't taint relay:  organizers  6/8/00 p.7
    NIPC predicts Barrington population boom  6/15/00 p.5
    Village water supply gets clean bill of health  6/15/00 p.11
    Annual Treasurer's report  6/15/00 p.111
    Crime rate dips, but area thefts are on rise  6/29/00 p.5
    No place like home  6/29/00 p.7
    Liberty March kicks off 4th  6/29/00 p.10
    If this old house could talk [Pond Gate Farm]  6/29/00 p.90
    Water Quality Report  6/29/00 p.96
    Underage consumption arrests skyrocketing  7/6/00 p.5
    Village makes German band feel right at home  7/13/00 p.7
    Barrington officials hope to keep train horns silent 
        7/13/00 p.9
    July 4 parade sets records  7/13/00 p.13
    Area businesses hit the pavement  8/3/00 p.8
    Business community says sidewalk sale successful  8/10/00
        p.13
    Village oks car wash plan  8/17/00 p.13
    Hosting parties puts adults at risk  8/31/00 p.5
    NICOR clears Barrington home  8/31/00 p.9
    Residents rally to save homes  9/14/00 p.8
    TAC will review impact of proposed options  9/14/00 p.8
    Board close to ok'ing measure restricting size of new homes
        9/14/00 p.9
    Commission approves ordinance limiting first-floor business
        use  9/14/00 p.10
    No place like home  9/14/00 p.95
    TAC drops all but four Rt. 59 options from consideration 
        9/21/00 p.9
    Charges of impropriety leveled after TAC cuts all but three
        options  9/28/00 p.5
    TAC agrees it moved too fast  10/5/00 p.5
    Owners say widening Hough will kill downtown business 
        10/5/00 p.8
    Officials insist traffic, triangle not linked  10/12/00 p.5
    Trustees hedge on TAC attendance  10/12/00 p.11
    Break-in will benefit community foundation  10/12/00 p.13
    Village Hall will be dedicated Sunday  10/19/00 p.6
    Limit on home renovation ok'd  10/26/00 p.5
    Bell signals new beginning as village dedicates hall 
        10/26/00 p.7
    Survey says:  traffic is village's number 1 problem 
        11/9/00 p.10
    Residents criticize creation of TAC group  11/9/00 p.14
    Virginia dentist hunts Baby Face  11/9/00 p.20
    Cook Street Plaza  11/9/00 p.107
    Board agrees survey could be misleading  11/16/00 p.9
    Salvation Army, Church Women United schedule Giving Day 
        11/16/00 p.139
    Unless they make history, some of village's older buildings
        could be history  11/23/00 p.7
    Village continues to move toward acquiring property within
        golden triangle  11/23/00 p.7
    Board recognizes value of prayer  11/23/00 p.10
    Giving Day a Barrington tradition  11/23/00 p.21
    Village eyes improvements to public works building 
        11/30/00 p.8
    Village buys ADCO site for $1 million  12/7/00 p.5
    Flu shot shortage creates headaches  12/14/00 p.7
    Hamelberg will seek third term  12/14/00 p.7
    Some fear village's plan to revitalize downtown too late to
        be effective  12/14/00 p.8
    A new year plagued by same old road woes  12/21/00 p.5
    No decision on cemetery's bid for larger storage shed 
        12/21/00 p.8
    Critics claim noise monitoring equipment is an olive branch
        12/28/00 p.8
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    Author delves into greatest mystery of all  4/6/00 p.B3
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Bell rings in new era for Barrington  1/27/00 p.99
    If this old house could talk [Pond Gate Farm]  6/29/00 p.90
 
BARTH, JULIE                                                
    BroncoJacks; Julie Barth and Annette Carlstrom, owners 
        12/14/00 p.24
 
BATTAGLIA, JEFF                                             
    Well-wishers pay tribute to closing local landmark  1/20/00
        p.11
 
BAXTER. CURTIS, REV.                                        
    Presbyterian church picks Baxter to be its new pastor 
        2/10/00 p.9
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    District 52 candidates seek conservative title  3/9/00 p.9
    Beaubien retains voters' faith  3/23/00 p.7
 
BEECHICK, TALIA                                             
    Local kids saying the darndest things  2/24/00 p.7
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Beginning a new adventure  10/26/00 p.115
    Beese honored for 32 years of service to area business 
        12/14/00 p.7
 
BELEC, CHRISTY                                              
    Three female deputies file lawsuit  7/6/00 p.6
 
BENSEN, SCOTT                                               
    Teens hailed as heroes  8/31/00 p.5
 
BLOME, ERIK                                                 
    Immortal images of mere mortals  10/19/00 p.B7
 
BRANT, MARK                                                 
    The magic of Santa  12/28/00 p.83
 
BRIGHT HOPE INTERNATIONAL                                   
    Group offers hope to poor while teaching local youth 
        11/9/00 p.26
 
BRONCOJACKS (RESTAURANT)                                    
    BroncoJacks; Julie Barth and Annette Carlstrom, owners 
        12/14/00 p.24
 
BROWN, HARRY                                                
    Old-school Olympians  11/16/00 p.115
 
BRUNKA, CHRISTY                                             
    Brunka, Delcore, Thalheimer, Hershman lead way at sectional
        11/16/00 p.162
    Brunka, Delcore swim big at State  11/23/00 p.118
 
BUDKE, KEITH                                                
    Budke breathes easy at regional  2/10/00 p.107
    Martin, Budke wrap up championships at Erb  12/21/00 p.108
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Buehler YMCA plans $5.1 million expansion  5/11/00 p.11
 
BURAS, TIMOTHY D.                                           
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
BURKE, NANCY                                                
    Fantastic four  2/3/00 p.29
 
BURKHARDT, BRANDEN                                          
    Teens hailed as heroes  8/31/00 p.5
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Roadwork doesn't curb business  5/11/00 p.8
    Summer jobs scarce locally  6/15/00 p.9
    Fathers, sons share more than familial relationships 
        6/15/00 p.8
    Forging new relationships  6/29/00 p.97
    Easy on the budget  7/20/00 p.89
    Officials say mall will not hurt local retailers  9/21/00
        p.13
    Owners say widening Hough will kill downtown business 
        10/5/00 p.8
    Buyer beware:  simple project becomes nightmare for senior
        couple  12/7/00 p.7
    Mayors fret over sales tax revenue lost to e-commerce 
        4/20/00 p.10
    Starved for success?  11/2/00 p.115
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  3/16/00 p.117
    Wedding Belles LTD.; Marcia McReynolds & Sherry Suson,
        owners  3/23/00 p.101
    Forest Printing; Nick Olker, owner  3/30/00 p.103
    Name change [Teich Packing, Inc.]  4/6/00 p.110
    Schwab opens in downtown Barrington  5/4/00 p.6
    Lea Image Studio; Karen Lea Cline, owner  5/18/00 p.113
    Incredible Technologies, Elaine Hodgson, owner  6/15/00
        p.115
    Rak & Associates, L.L.C.; Pamela Rak, owner  7/27/00 p.91
    Ruck/Pate Architecture; Steve Pate, co-owner  8/3/00 p.103
    Payton Floral Company; Bob Payton, owner  8/10/00 p.103
    ExotiCarShare.com; George Kiebala and Max Gutsmiedl, owners
        8/17/00 p.107
    Ray's Barber Shop; Ray Tourville, owner  9/28/00 p.101
    Scott Global Enterprises, Tanya Scott, owner  10/5/00 p.105
    Eminent Domain; Normand & Melanie Neal; owners  10/12/00
        p.117
    Marquardt of Barrington; Larry Marquardt, owner  10/19/00
        p.123
    Yogawerks, Chad Satlow; owner  11/30/00 p.107
    Ultimate Performance Therapy; Ashley Reece-Podgorski, owner
        12/7/00 p.115
    BroncoJacks; Julie Barth and Annette Carlstrom, owners 
        12/14/00 p.24
    Society's Child; Stuart and Debbie Peek, owners  12/14/00
        p.127
 
BYE, JEAN                                                   
    Three hospice volunteers honored for excellence  5/25/00
        p.110
 
CABRERA, REX                                                
    Cabrera stands tall at sectional  5/25/00 p.123
 
CANCER (DISEASE)                                            
    Helping man to man  4/27/00 p.35
    Surviving cancer  4/27/00 p.40
    Each day is a gift  4/27/00 p.B1
 
CANZONERI, SALVATORE                                        
    Canzoneri murder still on the books  6/15/00 p/14
 
CARBO, ALBERT                                               
    Clutch Carbo  11/2/00 p.123
 
CARDINALLO, FRANCESCA                                       
    Buyer beware:  simple project becomes nightmare for senior
        couple  12/7/00 p.7
 
CARDINALLO, ROCCO                                           
    Buyer beware:  simple project becomes nightmare for senior
        couple  12/7/00 p.7
 
CARLSON, DAVE                                               
    Stepping up  5/11/00 p.131
 
CARLSTROM, ANNETTE                                          
    BroncoJacks; Julie Barth and Annette Carlstrom, owners 
        12/14/00 p.24
 
CARTER, GLORIA                                              
    St. Anne's names preschool director  5/25/00 p.6
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Cary salutes visual and performing arts  8/17/00 p.B3
 
CASAVANT, JENNIFER                                          
    Women embark on a personal journey of hope  7/20/00 p.18
 
CASS, PATRICIA ANN                                          
    Each day is a gift  4/27/00 p.B1
 
CHARLES SCHWAB & CO., INC.                                  
    Schwab opens in downtown Barrington  5/4/00 p.6
 
CHIAVERINA, CHRIS                                           
    Chiaverina elected to lead association  3/9/00 p.26
 
CHICAGO AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY                           
    CATS tunes up regional plans with series of public hearings
        4/6/00 p.10
 
CHICAGO MASTER SINGERS                                      
    Master Singers hit high note in Europe  8/31/00 p.B5
 
CHICAGO SOCKERS (SOCCER CLUB)                               
    Sockin' it to the world  7/13/00 p.123
    Hungry like a Wolff  8/3/00 p.113
 
CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER                                  
    Center provides haven for child abuse victims  4/20/00 p.12
 
CHOI, SCHOLASTICA                                           
    District 220 names two new principals  4/27/00 p.5
 
CHRISTOFALOS, MICHAEL J.                                    
    Dancers owner, employee arrested by county sheriff  2/17/00
        p.18
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Landscape legion  1/13/00 p.81
    Kelsey Crossing proposal presented to plan panel  1/27/00
        p.10
    Builder, conservationists form unusual partnership  7/20/00
        p.12
    Final approval withheld for 44-unit subdivision  8/3/00 p.18
    CFC anxious to begin work on Flint Creek site  9/21/00 p.11
    CFC closes purchase of 65-acre Flint Creek site  10/26/00
        p.13
 
CITIZENS FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEARNING                         
    CEL working to educate voters about school needs  9/14/00
        p.7
 
CLIFT, LAURA                                                
    From McKinley to Clinton, one woman has seen it all 
        7/27/00 p.12
 
CLINE, KAREN LEA                                            
    Lea Image Studio; Karen Lea Cline, owner  5/18/00 p.113
 
CLUB X-SITE                                                 
    Palatine officials are seeking to shut down teen nightclub 
        6/1/00 p.9
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    University site choice is only the beginning  5/18/00 p.18
 
COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                
    District 220 board, CAC study fall referendum  6/8/00 p.9
 
COMMUNITY TASK FORCE ON YOUTH                               
    Event kicks off activities for new youth task force  2/3/00
        p.9
 
COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                          
    $63M bond sale has district headed in right direction 
        12/21/00 p.10
 
CONSTANTIA PACKING, INC.                                    
    Name change [Teich Packing, Inc.]  4/6/00 p.110
 
CONWAY, WHIT                                                
    Broncos' Anderson, Aprati, Conway and LaChapelle net
        all-state lacrosse honors  6/15/00 p.128
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    County bars liquor from some groves  12/28/00 p.6
    Glass containers banned from preserves  12/28/00 p.6
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Delinquent tax list  2/3/00 p.98
    Cook County to help fund bypass study  2/17/00 p.6
    County board supports 53 extension  8/17/00 p.6
    Assessments  9/21/00 p.119
    County head promotes suburban prosperity  9/28/00 p.10
    Up in smoke  11/30/00 p.7
    County purchases excess insurance  12/28/00 p.6
 
COOK STREET PLAZA (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Cook Street Plaza  11/9/00 p.107
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Countryside tops school priority list  1/13/00 p.5
    Priority one  1/27/00 p.25
    District 220 names new principal  3/30/00 p.6
    Focus group:  renovate Roslyn and Countryside  7/20/00 p.12
 
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES                           
    These guardian angels help neglected children  3/23/00 p.89
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane seeks treatment for alcoholism  3/23/00 p.5
    Crane still aiming for powerful committee post  4/6/00 p.11
    Crane completes alcoholism treatment  4/13/00 p.6
    Crane opponent is working hard despite the odds  6/29/00
        p.12
    Crane, Pressl offer ideas on Social Security  10/12/00 p.7
    Crane espouses tax relief, more spending on defense 
        10/12/00 p.7
    Crane wins another term, sets sights on key post  11/9/00
        p.8
    Crane awaits committee nod  12/28/00 p.10
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Baby Jesus figure stolen from VFW Nativity scene  1/13/00
        p.14
    Six youths charged in area mail thefts  1/20/00 p.12
    Dancers owner, employee arrested by county sheriff  2/17/00
        p.18
    Police:  23 teens arrested at party  3/9/00 p.5
    Police seek clues in theft of sculpture  4/6/00 p.25
    Sex offender under investigation  5/11/00 p.20
    Wauconda man faces various sexual charges  5/11/00 p.21
    Visitors to cemeteries warned to use caution  5/25/00 p.15
    Ecstasy poses serious health threat to suburban teenagers 
        6/1/00 p.9
    Palatine officials are seeking to shut down teen nightclub 
        6/1/00 p.9
    Alcohol, arrest can't taint relay:  organizers  6/8/00 p.7
    Barrington Hills man faces sex charges  6/8/00 p.7
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
    Canzoneri murder still on the books  6/15/00 p/14
    Police question man in attacks  6/15/00 p.23
    Underage consumption arrests skyrocketing  7/6/00 p.5
    Police search for man who tried to lure boy  7/27/00 p.22
    Feds charge Inverness resident in fraudulent mortgage
        scheme  8/3/00 p.10
    FBI seeks assault suspect overseas  8/3/00 p.29
    Vandals' destructive spree angers Inverness residents 
        8/10/00 p.7
    Rape, burglaries rock business center  8/24/00 p.5
    Correction to story of 8/24/00  9/7/00 p.6
    Gurnee man charged in burglaries  10/19/00 p.5
    Police search for suspect in automobile hijacking  10/26/00
        p.13
    Molester gets 12 years in prison  11/30/00 p.8
    Hoffman man sentenced for bank robberies  11/30/00 p.8
    Tire slasher could face $10,000 fine, 10 years  12/7/00 p.8
    Dorm room decorations could create havoc on the roadways 
        12/7/00 p.8
    Man ready to see long-lost daughter  12/14/00 p.26
    Tis the season for thieves and other holiday hazards 
        12/14/00 p.31
 
CROHN, NORMAN                                               
    South Barrington touts lifesaving pair  4/20/00 p.6
 
CRONIN, DAN                                                 
    Legislator:  teachers belong in classroom  3/16/00 p.32
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Judge expected to rule Tuesday on cellular phone tower
        lawsuit  2/24/00 p.10
    Assessment roll  3/23/00 p.107
    Delinquencies  11/16/00 p.151
    Assessment roll  12/28/00 p.L1
 
CURRAN, SHARON                                              
    Fantastic four  2/3/00 p.29
 
CYCLING PATHS                                               
    Village lays groundwork for bike path  4/6/00 p.7
 
DANCERS (NIGHT CLUB)                                        
    Dancers owner, employee arrested by county sheriff  2/17/00
        p.18
 
DE BOLT, JAMES                                              
    Lillian and James DeBolt [60th]  6/29/00 p.100
    Lillian and James DeBolt  8/3/00 p.95
 
DE BOLT, LILLIAN                                            
    Lillian and James DeBolt [60th]  6/29/00 p.100
    Lillian and James DeBolt  8/3/00 p.95
 
DE YOUNG, EDWARD                                            
    BHS principal DeYoung accepts new post  11/30/00 p.9
 
DEER GROVE COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE                      
    Cool runnings  2/3/00 p.7
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    Residents brace for impact of Deer Park development 
        6/15/00 p.7
    Mid-October opening set for Deer Park mall  8/17/00 p.11
    Lights, camera but no action on movie complex  9/7/00 p.11
    Officials say mall will not hurt local retailers  9/21/00
        p.13
    Grand opening culminates two years of preparation  10/26/00
        p.8
    Town Center festivities include unzipping, charity gala,
        concert  10/26/00 p.8
    Town Center officials announce schedule of store openings 
        10/26/00 p.9
    Town Center retail sales exceeding expectations  11/16/00
        p.10
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    DP Board oks fund for land swap  1/20/00 p.6
    Village gets $351,000 grant to help Vehe Farm purchase 
        2/24/00 p.8
    Motorola plan gets cold shoulder from Deer Park  6/8/00 p.7
    Residents brace for impact of Deer Park development 
        6/15/00 p.7
    Motorola office campus approved  7/13/00 p.7
    Deer Park trustees need more on Motorola  7/20/00 p.15
    Deer Park residents hang welcome mat for Motorola  8/10/00
        p.9
    Mid-October opening set for Deer Park mall  8/17/00 p.11
    Deer Park oks Motorola office complex  8/24/00 p.5
    Lights, camera but no action on movie complex  9/7/00 p.11
    Ground broken on Motorola site  9/21/00 p.10
    Officials say mall will not hurt local retailers  9/21/00
        p.13
    Tree survey will facilitate restoration of Vehe Farm 
        10/5/00 p.7
    Grand opening culminates two years of preparation  10/26/00
        p.8
    Town Center festivities include unzipping, charity gala,
        concert  10/26/00 p.8
    Town Center officials announce schedule of store openings 
        10/26/00 p.9
    Town Center retail sales exceeding expectations  11/16/00
        p.10
 
DEL RE, GARY                                                
    Lake County sheriff calls suit frivolous  4/27/00 p.12
    Former Kiley Center director at center of Del Re lawsuit 
        5/4/00 p.10
    Tow firms all gave to Del Re  5/11/00 p.21
 
DELCORE, KEELY                                              
    Brunka, Delcore, Thalheimer, Hershman lead way at sectional
        11/16/00 p.162
    Brunka, Delcore swim big at State  11/23/00 p.118
 
DIAMOND, ALAN J.                                            
    Former Kiley Center director at center of Del Re lawsuit 
        5/4/00 p.10
 
DIETZEN, JENNIFER                                           
    Timberlake teen named Miss Junior Barrington  5/11/00 p.13
 
DISHONG, DARYL                                              
    Couple collects 5,000 books for disadvantaged  12/28/00 p.11
 
DISHONG, EILEEN                                             
    Couple collects 5,000 books for disadvantaged  12/28/00 p.11
 
DISTRICT 220 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION                         
    Foundation grant will move district forward  6/29/00 p.5
    District 220 Education Foundation announces nine more PIE
        grants  11/16/00 p.13
 
DOCEKAL, JUDITH                                             
    District 220 names new principal  3/30/00 p.6
 
DONIE BAND (MUSICAL GROUP)                                  
    Village makes German band feel right at home  7/13/00 p.7
 
DROTT, JO ANNE                                              
    Fantastic four  2/3/00 p.29
 
DRUGS AND YOUTH                                             
    Ecstasy poses serious health threat to suburban teenagers 
        6/1/00 p.9
 
DUDA, FRITZ, JR.                                            
    Duda receives chilly reception at hearing  10/26/00 p.11
 
DUDA, FRITZ, SR.                                            
    Duda identified as MacArthur Farm buyer  2/17/00 p.5
 
DURBIN, DICK                                                
    Durbin tells local seniors about Medicare proposal  2/3/00
        p.10
 
EARTH TECH, INC.                                            
    Village eyes improvements to public works building 
        11/30/00 p.8
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Legislator:  teachers belong in classroom  3/16/00 p.32
    Schools chief lists budget priorities  4/6/00 p.8
    Houlihan delays move that would have cost schools millions 
        4/13/00 p.26
    Thirteen area students ready to explore France  4/27/00 p.10
    State school board ponders test change  4/27/00 p.14
    Cutting class  5/25/00 p.9
    Juniors face challenge from PSAE, ACT  8/24/00 p.27
    State board announces plans for virtual school  11/30/00
        p.13
 
EISELE, MARGARET, SISTER                                    
    Lessons of the heart  1/20/00 p.77
 
EITEL, DAVE                                                 
    Broncos, Eitel eye State after runner-up finish at regional
        10/26/00 p.129
 
ELA AREA COMMUNITY PROFILE                                  
    Profile provides area snapshot  5/4/00 p.13
 
ELA AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY                                     
    Profile provides area snapshot  5/4/00 p.13
    Library groundbreaking to take place on Sunday  5/18/00 p.25
    Ela library project to heat up in August  7/6/00 p.18
    Barrington, Ela libraries receive grants  10/12/00 p.6
 
ELA COMMUNITIES FOR SUCCESS                                 
    Community dialogue will focus on government issues  6/8/00
        p.26
    Dialogue lets residents express views  10/5/00 p.9
 
ELA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS                                    
    Ela Festival of Arts gets bigger and better  9/14/00 p.12
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Community dialogue will focus on government issues  6/8/00
        p.26
    Dialogue lets residents express views  10/5/00 p.9
    Assessment roll  11/9/00 p.L1
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Barrington Township GOP endorses Mathias  1/13/00 p.7
    Mathias supporter is challenging Riefenberg nominating
        petitions  1/13/00 p.7
    Park District referendum decision set for Tuesday  1/13/00
        p.8
    District 220 going for $15.4 million  1/20/00  p.5
    Barrington Park District to ask for tax rate hike  1/20/00
        p.5
    Fire District board narrows referendum study's scope 
        1/20/00 p.9
    Candidates trade barbs  1/20/00 p.14
    Mark Riefenberg staying on ballot  1/27/00 p.12
    Riefenberg is optimistic despite dollar disparity  2/10/00
        p.12
    Skinner raises more, but is spending less  2/10/00 p.13
    Referendum III  2/10/00 p.25
    Park board asking for voters' trust  2/17/00 p.7
    District 220 discusses impact of referendum  2/24/00 p.5
    BETA backs Park District referendum  2/24/00 p.6
    Lake County Board seat draws GOP primary  3/2/00 p.11
    15 Democrats vie for MWRD posts  3/2/00 p.13
    Four Dems seek court clerk nod  3/2/00 p.14
    District 52 candidates seek conservative title  3/9/00 p.9
    Taxes, growth, roads hot topics in the 64th district 
        3/9/00 p.10
    Riefenberg criticizes Mathias for supporting Illinois FIRST
        3/9/00 p.10
    The election that wasn't  3/9/00 p.12
    Inverness asks voters to approve home-rule  3/16/00 p.10
    Voters guide  3/16/00 p.11
    Barrington man bucks Republican establishment for
        subcircuit post  3/16/00 p.23
    Referendum III  3/16/00 p.31
    Voters say no to better schools  3/23/00 p.5
    Mathias survives conservative challenge  3/23/00 p.6
    Voters approve open space measure  3/23/00 p.7
    Kurtz ousts Skinner  3/23/00 p.7
    Mountsier fends off Schnure  3/23/00 p.7
    Beaubien retains voters' faith  3/23/00 p.7
    Inverness voters approve home rule  3/23/00 p.20
    Numbers tell story of referendum's defeat  4/6/00 p.5
    Nash readying representative campaign  4/6/00 p.7
    Voter turnout hits all-time record low  4/6/00 p.10
    House contestants exude confidence  4/6/00 p.19
    Board going forward with fall referendum  5/25/00 p.5
    Crane opponent is working hard despite the odds  6/29/00
        p.12
    Critics charge board must change its ways  8/10/00 p.5
    Referendum's goal is to buy more land  8/17/00 p.6
    Citizens organizing to pass referendum  8/31/00 p.7
    CEL working to educate voters about school needs  9/14/00
        p.7
    Officials deny trend in March ballot  10/5/00 p.5
    Where would referendum dollars go?  10/12/00 p.5
    Crane, Pressl offer ideas on Social Security  10/12/00 p.7
    Crane espouses tax relief, more spending on defense 
        10/12/00 p.7
    Two questions will face county voters  10/19/00 p.7
    Non-voters view politics through prism of cynicism 
        10/19/00 p.12
    Decision day arrives for school referendum  11/2/00 p.5
    Pressl thinks Republican complacency may turn tide  11/2/00
        p.8
    Harper officials claim new buildings can be maintained
        without tax hike  11/2/00 p.8
    Candidates discuss growth, open space and education 
        11/2/00 p.9
    Mathias, Nash disagree on right to sue HMOs  11/2/00 p.11
    Voters Guide  11/2/00 p.16
    Community really wants good schools  11/9/00 p.5
    Referendum received support across board  11/9/00 p.5
    Crane wins another term, sets sights on key post  11/9/00
        p.8
    Kurtz's patience pays off big  11/9/00 p.8
    Voters ok Harper expansion  11/9/00 p.9
    Mathias heading back to Springfield  11/9/00 p.9
    Mixed vote creates uncertain future for District 95 schools
        11/9/00 p.11
    Referendum results  11/16/00 p.8
    Friends, foes say reduced cost key to Harper victory 
        11/16/00 p.14
    Kirk credits campaign focus for victory  11/16/00 p.20
    Passing $88 million referendum not the end for school
        officials  11/16/00 p.24
    Electors consider potentially historic choices  11/16/00
        p.26
    Hamelberg will seek third term  12/14/00 p.7
    Several local board seats will be contested in Spring 2001
        election  12/14/00 p.10
 
ELGIN JOLIET AND EASTERN RAILROAD                           
    Parke wants commuter line on EJ&E tracks  7/6/00 p.7
 
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILL.                                     
    Budget  10/19/00 p.B32
 
EMINENT DOMAIN                                              
    Eminent Domain; Normand & Melanie Neal; owners  10/12/00
        p.117
 
ENGLE, DAVE                                                 
    A universal language  10/26/00 p.31
 
ESTES, JIM                                                  
    Workshop wizard  12/14/00 p.105
 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY                                          
    No decision on cemetery's bid for larger storage shed 
        12/21/00 p.8
 
EXOTICARSHARE.COM                                           
    ExotiCarShare.com; George Kiebala and Max Gutsmiedl, owners
        8/17/00 p.107
 
FAST EDDIE'S CAR WASH                                       
    Village oks car wash plan  8/17/00 p.13
 
FAUST, DAVEA                                                
    Surviving cancer  4/27/00 p.40
 
FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION                             
    Village wants to blow whistle on new FRA rule  4/20/00 p.5
    Officials bark at train-whistle rules  4/27/00 p.5
    Message made loud and clear:  no horns here  5/4/00 p.11
 
FILSTEAD, SUSAN                                             
    The quest for a cure  3/9/00 p.83
 
FIRES                                                       
    Sprinklers save new house from fiery end  3/2/00 p.7
    Poodle, pet birds perish in home fire  3/16/00 p.10
    Eight agencies respond to Wauconda brush fire  3/30/00 p.12
    Firefighters torch home for practice  4/6/00 p.9
    Women escape home fire  6/1/00 p.22
    Barn burns, horses saved  7/20/00 p.13
    Fire causes $125,000 damage  11/9/00 p.13
    Garage fire causes $150,000 in damage  12/7/00 p.12
 
FITZGERALD, PETER                                           
    Fitzgerald tells group:  "It's good to be home"  1/27/00 p.9
 
FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM                                        
    Fitzpatrick steps down as president  12/7/00 p.9
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    CFC closes purchase of 65-acre Flint Creek site  10/26/00
        p.13
 
FLINT CREEK SCHOOL                                          
    Park District gains extension on option  3/30/00 p.6
 
FOGLIA YMCA                                                 
    New Foglia YMCA gets rave reviews  5/18/00 p.97
 
FOREST PRINTING                                             
    Forest Printing; Nick Olker, owner  3/30/00 p.103
 
FORREST, NELSON                                             
    Village founder dead at 85  10/19/00 p.10
 
FOUNTAIN CROSSINGS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
    Village will continue to fight Meijer plan  12/14/00 p.5
 
FOURTH LAKE (WETLANDS)                                      
    Forest Preserve District to buy quality wetlands  2/3/00
        p.12
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    Water under the bridge  4/27/00 p.105
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Fox River Grove officials hesitant to back widening of
        Route 22 through town  7/27/00 p.7
 
FOX WATERWAY AGENCY                                         
    Court will decide outcome of FWA's Geo-Tube project 
        6/15/00 p.18
 
FOX, MEGAN                                                  
    Fox Point resident bikes to save little girl's life 
        4/27/00 p.8
 
FREEMAN, ADAM                                               
    Freeman, Kleyn medal at State  3/2/00 p.107
    Freeman fine with runner-up finish at Lake County meet 
        12/21/00 p.107
 
FREEMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT                            
    Budget  11/2/00 p.129
 
FREESE, ROBERT                                              
    District 52 candidates seek conservative title  3/9/00 p.9
    Beaubien retains voters' faith  3/23/00 p.7
 
FREMD HIGH SCHOOL                                           
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
FRIDDELL, ABBIE                                             
    A woman with wings  7/20/00 p.107
 
FRIENDS OF THE BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                      
    Friends find new market to sell old library books  12/21/00
        p.9
 
FRITZ DUDA COMPANY                                          
    Developer defends MacArthur proposal  10/5/00 p.7
    Duda plan forwarded to trustees  11/23/00 p.5
    Duda says next step is deannexation  11/30/00 p.5
 
FULLER, CHARLES I.                                          
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
GARLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Plan commission oks guest rooms at Garlands  3/23/00 p.8
 
GE CAPITAL AUTO FINANCIAL SERVICES                          
    GE Capital cuts 300 employees  12/7/00 p.10
 
GIARDINO, JULIE                                             
    District 220 names two new principals  4/27/00 p.5
 
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                      
    Going on post-holiday diet?  Girl Scouts say think again 
        12/28/00 p.9
 
GK DEVELOPMENT                                              
    Developer withdraws petition to renovate Seigle's property 
        2/10/00 p.10
 
GOLDMAN, KARLA                                              
    Teachers hope new magazine is just right  7/27/00 p.B3
 
GONGOLA, DICK                                               
    Card sharks  2/3/00 p.85
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Baby girl rings in century at Good Shepherd  1/6/00 p.7
    Iftiniuk era begins at Good Shepherd  1/20/00 p.87
    Settlement reached in malpractice suit  4/13/00 p.24
    New outpatient facility gains state approval  4/27/00 p.7
    Charity begins at home  9/14/00 p.81
    Good Shepherd offers flu shots  12/21/00 p.9
    Hospital fire first volley in flu fight  12/28/00 p.10
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER              
    Betting living through health  7/6/00 p.103
    Health center opens in spectacular fashion  7/20/00 p.24
 
GORSKI, KAREN                                               
    Grandmother raises funds to erect memorial statue  5/11/00
        p.14
 
GORSKI, LEON                                                
    Annexation talks break down when officials balk at demands 
        4/27/00 p.9
 
GOSLIN, GREG                                                
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Bureau expects 20 million households will ignore call to
        complete census form  3/23/00 p.10
    Tobacco talks, tax rebates headline Springfield session 
        5/25/00 p.12
    Panel to review gas price hikes  7/13/00 p.18
    State lawmakers get mixed reviews from local mayors 
        9/28/00 p.10
    Several local board seats will be contested in Spring 2001
        election  12/14/00 p.10
 
GRAZIAN, LAWRENCE L.                                        
    Barrington man bucks Republican establishment for
        subcircuit post  3/16/00 p.23
 
GREAT HAVEN BUILDERS                                        
    Barrignton annexes 5-acre site  2/17/00 p.6
 
GREEN, LARRY                                                
    Green named publisher  5/4/00 p.5
 
GREENSPOINT OFFICE PARK                                     
    Hamilton Partners sign six to Greenspoint lease  8/17/00
        p.108
 
GRIFFIN, JANICE                                             
    Fox Point resident bikes to save little girl's life 
        4/27/00 p.8
 
GRODEK, KIM                                                 
    Goal-oriented  4/13/00 p.117
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Mental exercise  3/2/00 p.25
    Grove gears up for 14th annual carnival  9/14/00 p.11
 
GRUBER, CHARLES                                             
    Gruber to head South Barrington police  3/30/00 p.6
 
GUDERIAN, LOIS                                              
    Holiday harmonies  12/14/00 p.B7
 
GUMOWSKI, JESSICA                                           
    BYDE tabs Gumowski  8/10/00 p.98
 
GUTSMIEDL, MAX                                              
    ExotiCarShare.com; George Kiebala and Max Gutsmiedl, owners
        8/17/00 p.107
 
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY                                        
    Habitat for Humanity raises roof on home  4/20/00 p.11
 
HAGNELL, SUSAN, DR.                                         
    Settlement reached in malpractice suit  4/13/00 p.24
 
HAIDER, MARY JO                                             
    One teacher's efforts don't go unrewarded  11/16/00 p.35
 
HAMELBERG, RON                                              
    Hamelberg will seek third term  12/14/00 p.7
 
HAMILTON PARTNERS                                           
    Plans for Route 12 retail center finalized  4/20/00 p.8
    Old agreements could halt new development  7/27/00 p.13
    Hamilton Partners sign six to Greenspoint lease  8/17/00
        p.108
 
HANNEY, CAPRON                                              
    Stealing the spotlight  8/24/00 p.89
 
HANSEN, JANE                                                
    Hansen elected school board chief  9/21/00 p.5
 
HAROLD SQUARE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Cook Street Plaza  11/9/00 p.107
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Vindication?  1/6/00 p.21
    Harper growing, but school will soon run out of room 
        4/6/00 p.27
    Harper officials claim new buildings can be maintained
        without tax hike  11/2/00 p.8
    Harper Foundation seeks funds to outfit theater  11/2/00
        p.B6
    Voters ok Harper expansion  11/9/00 p.9
    Friends, foes say reduced cost key to Harper victory 
        11/16/00 p.14
    Tiniest lives spark huge interest  12/21/00 p.25
 
HARRIS BANK BARRINGTON                                      
    Bomb threat forces evacuation  5/25/00 p.5
 
HAWRYSKO, JIM                                               
    Young Post 158 squad forces Hawrysko to be more involved 
        6/15/00 p.127
 
HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL.                                        
    Mayoral candidate says village must be proactive  11/16/00
        p.25
 
HAYWARD, MICHAEL, DR.                                       
    Orthodontist offers students chance to observe practice 
        12/21/00 p.10
 
HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES PROJECT                               
    Can "Character Counts" prevent another Columbine?  6/8/00
        p.11
 
HENDRICKSON THE CARE OF TREES                               
    Tree survey will facilitate restoration of Vehe Farm 
        10/5/00 p.7
 
HERRMANN, MARY                                              
    District ends superintendent buzz  3/2/00 p.5
 
HERSHMAN, SARA                                              
    Brunka, Delcore, Thalheimer, Hershman lead way at sectional
        11/16/00 p.162
    Cut-and-dried  11/23/00 p.113
 
HIGHLAND PARK, ILL.                                         
    No evidence of profiling policy in Highland Park  5/18/00
        p.22
 
HILLSIDE FARMS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Barrington annexes 5-acre site  2/17/00 p.6
 
HODGSON, ELAINE                                             
    Incredible Technologies, Elaine Hodgson, owner  6/15/00
        p.115
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Hoffman Estates oks convention center  4/13/00 p.109
    Driver sues police over traffic stop  6/15/00 p.5
    Reservations stream in for new convention center  7/20/00
        p.13
    Willow Creek plans anger Hoffman residents  7/27/00 p.11
    Hamilton Partners sign six to Greenspoint lease  8/17/00
        p.108
    A jewel of Stone-gate  8/24/00 p.105
    South Barrington vows to fight 50-acre retail development 
        10/12/00 p.13
    Meijer plans could create rift between villages  10/19/00
        p.13
    Terrestris proposing 24-hour superstore on Barrington Road 
        11/2/00 p.10
    Officials question Meijer development  11/16/00 p.12
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
    Village will continue to fight Meijer plan  12/14/00 p.5
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    WINGS to open house with festivities Friday  5/11/00 p.28
 
HOREL, NATASHA                                              
    Nine-year-old true to form in tae kwon do competition 
        8/3/00 p.9
 
HORIZON FARMS                                               
    Barn burns, horses saved  7/20/00 p.13
 
HORSES                                                      
    Barn burns, horses saved  7/20/00 p.13
    Not just horsing around  8/3/00 p.89
    Owner Smith hopes Cugat is king on Million Day  8/17/00
        p.117
    Hardly horseplay  9/28/00 p.89
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    HNI hosts dinner honoring volunteers  4/13/00 p.10
    Three hospice volunteers honored for excellence  5/25/00
        p.110
    Harris Bank V.P. encourages others to get their feet wet 
        8/10/00 p.10
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Teachers get creamed!  1/13/00 p.7
    Water main break forces students to vacate Hough  5/25/00
        p.11
    Kids find chess not only challenging, but fun too  11/2/00
        p.30
 
HOULIHAN, JAMES                                             
    Houlihan delays move that would have cost schools millions 
        4/13/00 p.26
 
HOWARD, BRADLEY A.                                          
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
HUNT, KEITH                                                 
    Mayoral candidate says village must be proactive  11/16/00
        p.25
 
IFTINIUK, ALAN                                              
    Iftiniuk era begins at Good Shepherd  1/20/00 p.87
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES                    
    Village gets $351,000 grant to help Vehe Farm purchase 
        2/24/00 p.8
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    IDOT set to acquire land for Route 22  7/6/00 p.13
    IDOT examines proposals to lessen area congestion  7/13/00
        p.10
 
ILLINOIS FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE                              
    Group aims to connect fathers, education  10/19/00 p.11
 
ILLINOIS HUMANITIES COUNCIL                                 
    Nelson named recipient of Studs Terkel award  11/30/00 p.12
 
ILLINOIS HUSTLE (BASKETBALL CLUB)                           
    Hustling to Nationals  7/6/00 p.111
    National impact  7/27/00 p.107
    Tinkoff helps Hustle take fifth at AAU Nationals  9/7/00
        p.105
 
ILLINOIS PARK AND RECREATION ASSOCIATION                    
    Park District lauded for its aquatic facilities  11/16/00
        p.21
 
ILLINOIS REAL ESTATE LAWYERS ASSOCIATION                    
    Buyer's advocate  1/27/00 p.105
    Local homeowners falling prey to subprime lenders  3/30/00
        p.9
 
ILLINOIS STATE SNOWBOARDING CHAMPIONSHIPS                   
    Snowboarder tournament a raging success  2/24/00 p.7
 
ILLINOIS VIRTUAL HIGH SCHOOL                                
    State board announces plans for virtual school  11/30/00
        p.13
 
INCREDIBLE TECHNOLOGIES                                     
    Incredible Technologies, Elaine Hodgson, owner  6/15/00
        p.115
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
    Sprinklers save new house from fiery end  3/2/00 p.7
    Police:  23 teens arrested at party  3/9/00 p.5
    Inverness asks voters to approve home-rule  3/16/00 p.10
    Inverness voters approve home rule  3/23/00 p.20
    Women escape home fire  6/1/00 p.22
    Inverness hosts 24th annual celebration  6/29/00 p.11
    Feds charge Inverness resident in fraudulent mortgage
        scheme  8/3/00 p.10
    Vandals' destructive spree angers Inverness residents 
        8/10/00 p.7
    Inverness residents wary of Hough Street traffic options 
        9/7/00 p.10
    Inverness residents voice opposition to Route 59 bypass 
        9/14/00 p.5
    Tire slasher could face $10,000 fine, 10 years  12/7/00 p.8
 
JAMBOLIYAH (BAND)                                           
    We be jammin'  6/8/00 p.103
 
JEWEL TEA COMPANY                                           
    Church, hospital, Park District all eyeing Jewel Tea
        property  1/27/00 p.8
    Panel rejects Jewel Tea proposals  2/10/00 p.5
    Village gets virtual welcome wagon  3/9/00 p.97
    Jewel Pond complies with tree ordinance  3/23/00 p.6
    Group puts in bid for Jewel land  7/13/00 p.5
 
JOHNSON, ROBERT C.                                          
    Johnson named recipient of Marshall scholarship  12/21/00
        p.28
 
JOSHUA TRANSFORMATION CENTER                                
    Homeless shelter reopens thanks to Village Church  11/30/00
        p.9
 
JUNG PROPERTY                                               
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    South Barrington board votes on Jung plan  1/27/00 p.6
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
 
JUST WRITE (MAGAZINE)                                       
    Teachers hope new magazine is just right  7/27/00 p.B3
 
KAINZ, JOE                                                  
    Tower Lakes couple claims their lottery pot of gold 
        5/25/00 p.10
 
KAMEN, DANIEL                                               
    The animal adjuster  2/10/00 p.83
 
KAMRADT, AL                                                 
    Diluting the pool  7/20/00 p.117
 
KARELS FARM                                                 
    Forest Preserve purchases 213-acre Karels Farm site 
        10/19/00 p.11
 
KATZBECK, MARITA                                            
    Women embark on a personal journey of hope  7/20/00 p.18
 
KAUFMAN, LAUREN                                             
    Lovett-Morris, Kaufman on the road to State  10/19/00 p.135
 
KEDZIE, LAURENCE F.                                         
    Wauconda man faces various sexual charges  5/11/00 p.21
 
KELLEY, MAUREEN                                             
    Local woman yields to pageant curiosity  8/10/00 p.12
 
KELSEY CROSSING (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Kelsey Crossing proposal presented to plan panel  1/27/00
        p.10
    Proposal pleasing to planners but vote delayed until Feb.
        24  2/17/00 p.9
    Commission recommends subdivision  3/2/00 p.6
    Plan ideal for Lake Barrington  3/9/00 p.5
 
KEMPER INSURANCE COMPANY                                    
    Kemper land sales could drastically alter landscape  6/1/00
        p.10
 
KENNEDY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                             
    Office development proposal lies motionless before board 
        2/17/00 p.10
    Trustees approve office park on Barrington Road  3/16/00 p.8
 
KENNEDY, KELLY                                              
    New-pro Kennedy has reason to stand tall  2/10/00 p.107
 
KENT, KERRI WYATT                                           
    Author offers her advice through "God's Whisper"  7/20/00
        p.14
 
KICKAPOO FARMS                                              
    Not just horsing around  8/3/00 p.89
 
KIEBALA, GEORGE                                             
    ExotiCarShare.com; George Kiebala and Max Gutsmiedl, owners
        8/17/00 p.107
 
KILDEER, ILL.                                               
    Old agreements could halt new development  7/27/00 p.13
 
KING, LENNY                                                 
    The King swingers  8/10/00 p.B5
 
KIRK, MARK                                                  
    Kirk credits campaign focus for victory  11/16/00 p.20
 
KISANE, SHARON                                              
    South Barrington touts lifesaving pair  4/20/00 p.6
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Anonymous flier distributed objecting to Klehm proposal 
        1/27/00 p.8
    Board approves PUD  3/30/00 p.5
    Klehm development slowly moving forward  7/6/00 p.7
    Klehm site developers request sewer service  7/13/00 p.8
    Development raises more concerns  7/20/00 p.7
    Latest Klehm proposal worries some South Barrington
        officials  8/10/00 p.8
    South Barrington, developer discuss Klehm landscaping 
        8/17/00 p.12
    Consultant proposes change to Klehm plan  8/31/00 p.5
    Klehm developer, village discuss plan alternatives  9/14/00
        p.7
    South Barrington seeks details from developer  9/28/00 p.12
    Plan commission postpones Klehm decision  11/9/00 p.7
    Klehm plan ok'd  11/16/00 p.5
    Residents protest Klehm development  12/21/00 p.5
 
KLEIN, DONALD P.                                            
    Klein looks ahead as he prepares to leave BACOG  6/15/00
        p.10
 
KLEYN, AARON                                                
    Money-player Kleyn will have incentive at State  2/24/00
        p.103
    Freeman, Kleyn medal at State  3/2/00 p.107
 
KNAPIK, ROB                                                 
    Stepping up  5/11/00 p.131
 
KOCH, LAURA                                                 
    Breaths of frosh air  12/14/00 p.135
 
KONDOS, STARR                                               
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  3/16/00 p.117
 
KOSTELEC, GEORGE                                            
    Park board names new president  9/28/00 p.6
 
KUBIK, JOE                                                  
    No quit  1/13/00 p.105
 
KURTZ, ROSEMARY                                             
    Candidates trade barbs  1/20/00 p.14
    Kurtz ousts Skinner  3/23/00 p.7
    Kurtz's patience pays off big  11/9/00 p.8
 
KUSKOWSKI, LEN                                              
    The shoes fit Kuskowski  12/14/00 p.7
 
LA CHAPELLE, BROCK                                          
    Broncos' Anderson, Aprati, Conway and LaChapelle net
        all-state lacrosse honors  6/15/00 p.128
 
LABOTT, CODY                                                
    Settlement reached in malpractice suit  4/13/00 p.24
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    Park District gains extension on option  3/30/00 p.6
    Park board names new president  9/28/00 p.6
 
LAKE BARRINGTON WOODS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    A new beginning  11/16/00 p.145
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    LB panel to hear rezoning request  1/6/00 p.6
    Village joins municipal group  1/6/00 p.6
    LB trustees reject request to help pay for school fence 
        1/13/00 p.10
    Lake Barrington village hall gets defibrillator  1/27/00 p.6
    Kelsey Crossing proposal presented to plan panel  1/27/00
        p.10
    Board endorses Route 53 extension  2/3/00 p.13
    Village staff getting defibrillator  2/3/00 p.13
    Proposal pleasing to planners but vote delayed until Feb.
        24  2/17/00 p.9
    Commission recommends subdivision  3/2/00 p.6
    Plan ideal for Lake Barrington  3/9/00 p.5
    Park District gains extension on option  3/30/00 p.6
    Fire department seeks ways to improve response time 
        3/30/00 p.8
    Builder, conservationists form unusual partnership  7/20/00
        p.12
    Final approval withheld for 44-unit subdivision  8/3/00 p.18
    Rape, burglaries rock business center  8/24/00 p.5
    Correction to story of 8/24/00  9/7/00 p.6
    Lake Barrington oks 44-home subdivision  9/7/00 p.12
    CFC anxious to begin work on Flint Creek site  9/21/00 p.11
    Village will hire lobbyist to lead Route 22 fight  10/5/00
        p.9
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest Preserve District to buy quality wetlands  2/3/00
        p.12
    New land purchase gets nod  3/16/00 p.101
    County rebukes deer activists  3/23/00 p.14
    Study reveals dozens of new insect species  4/13/00 p.14
    Forest Preserve makes two more purchases  7/27/00 p.8
    Forest Preserve will discuss open space referendum Friday 
        8/10/00 p.22
    Referendum's goal is to buy more land  8/17/00 p.6
    Forest Preserve purchases 213-acre Karels Farm site 
        10/19/00 p.11
    Preserve gets grants  11/16/00 p.27
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    County's Route 53 support is waning  1/27/00 p.13
    Lake County GOP is getting greener  3/30/00 p.11
    Affordable housing raises passions  4/13/00 p.25
    Transportation problems get worse as county grows  4/20/00
        p.7
    Lake County sheriff calls suit frivolous  4/27/00 p.12
    Lake County board considers pay hikes  4/27/00 p.13
    Task force to study cheap housing  5/4/00 p.8
    Lake County judges want more courtrooms  5/11/00 p.30
    Lake County Board oks salary hikes  5/18/00 p.10
    Task force proposes transit oriented development  6/1/00
        p.11
    Lake County seeks to regulate growth  6/1/00 p.12
    Three female deputies file lawsuit  7/6/00 p.6
    Coyote sightings worry some residents  8/10/00 p.11
    Lake County quarantine is first salvo in fight to contain
        gypsy moth  8/17/00 p.18
    The moth that roared  8/24/00 p.7
    War on beetles has 2 fronts  8/24/00 p.7
    Two questions will face county voters  10/19/00 p.7
    Tobacco sales to minors will be targeted by Sheriff 
        11/9/00 p.12
    PADS' shelters running out of room  11/23/00 p.8
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
    Sheriff calls inmate work details a success  11/30/00 p.21
    First woman will lead Lake County board  12/7/00 p.11
 
LAKE FOREST, ILL.                                           
    Wolf dog transported to facility in Tennessee  2/17/00 p.11
 
LAKE ZURICH RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                  
    DP Board oks fund for land swap  1/20/00 p.6
 
LAKE ZURICH SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                              
    Proposed land buy worries neighbors  2/17/00 p.14
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Proposed land buy worries neighbors  2/17/00 p.14
    Plans for Route 12 retail center finalized  4/20/00 p.8
    Buehler YMCA plans $5.1 million expansion  5/11/00 p.11
    Alpine Village buzzing, basking in lotto attention  5/18/00
        p.9
    New Foglia YMCA gets rave reviews  5/18/00 p.97
    Route 22 bypass plan draws heat  8/10/00 p.22
    Mixed vote creates uncertain future for District 95 schools
        11/9/00 p.11
    Split referendum vote creates dilemma  11/16/00 p.28
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
 
LAKEWOOD AND BARRINGTON, LLC.                               
    South Barrington vows to fight 50-acre retail development 
        10/12/00 p.13
    Meijer plans could create rift between villages  10/19/00
        p.13
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
 
LAKEWOOD HOMES, INC.                                        
    LB panel to hear rezoning request  1/6/00 p.6
    Kelsey Crossing proposal presented to plan panel  1/27/00
        p.10
    Proposal pleasing to planners but vote delayed until Feb.
        24  2/17/00 p.9
    Builder, conservationists form unusual partnership  7/20/00
        p.12
    Lake Barrington oks 44-home subdivision  9/7/00 p.12
 
LAMBERSON, JONATHAN                                         
    Lamberson may be leaving for Lake Forest  2/3/00 p.5
    Lake Forest Lamberson decision expected soon  2/24/00 p.9
    District ends superintendent buzz  3/2/00 p.5
 
LAMZ, DAN                                                   
    Wauconda Fire Department rescues snowmobiler  1/27/00 p.7
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Village adopts land plan, will seek state subsidy  3/16/00
        p.9
    New land purchase gets nod  3/16/00 p.101
    Forest Preserve will discuss open space referendum Friday 
        8/10/00 p.22
 
LANG, DEB                                                   
    Three hospice volunteers honored for excellence  5/25/00
        p.110
 
LARRAIN, GEORGE                                             
    Not many Georges left  3/23/00 p.9
 
LAW                                                         
    Lake County judges want more courtrooms  5/11/00 p.30
    Gov. Ryan signs bill to aid seniors, disabled  5/18/00 p.11
    Public, legislators, science unite against DUI violators 
        5/18/00 p.14
    Court will decide outcome of FWA's Geo-Tube project 
        6/15/00 p.18
    Gas prices dip after state suspends tax  7/6/00 p.5
    Free ride  7/20/00 p.7
    He got off time after time  7/20/00 p.9
    When an accident becomes a reckless homicide charge 
        7/20/00 p.9
    Point system:  method to monitor drivers  7/20/00 p.10
    Police are frontline vs. moving violations  7/20/00 p.11
    Illinois not among states where road rage is a crime 
        9/7/00 p.9
    Limit on home renovation ok'd  10/26/00 p.5
    Women push for passage of bill to protect fetuses that
        survive abortion  11/2/00 p.10
    Tobacco sales to minors will be targeted by Sheriff 
        11/9/00 p.12
    Up in smoke  11/30/00 p.7
 
LEA IMAGE STUDIO                                            
    Lea Image Studio; Karen Lea Cline, owner  5/18/00 p.113
 
LEE, BOB                                                    
    Ride with a reason  12/28/00 p.73
 
LEE, CAROL                                                  
    A different kind of lesson  10/12/00 p.33
 
LEE, PATRICK                                                
    Local kids saying the darndest things  2/24/00 p.7
 
LESTAGE, DICK                                               
    Virginia dentist hunts Baby Face  11/9/00 p.20
 
LEWIS, MARK A.                                              
    FBI seeks assault suspect overseas  8/3/00 p.29
 
LIBERTY CRAFT BUILDERS                                      
    New subdivision proposed  1/6/00 p.9
 
LINCOLNSHIRE, ILL.                                          
    Lincolnshire holds out against Rt. 22 widening  4/13/00 p.13
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    A life dedicated to service  7/27/00 p.81
 
LONG GROVE, ILL.                                            
    Kemper land sales could drastically alter landscape  6/1/00
        p.10
 
LOVETT, EMILY                                               
    Lovett recognized  9/7/00 p.87
    Lovett-Morris, Kaufman on the road to State  10/19/00 p.135
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    New pipe organ helps church find its voice  2/17/00 p.7
    Organ dedicated  4/6/00 p.101
 
LYJAK, PATTY                                                
    Fantastic four  2/3/00 p.29
 
MACARTHUR FARM                                              
    MacArthur Farm property under contract  1/6/00 p.5
    Duda identified as MacArthur Farm buyer  2/17/00 p.5
    MacArthur Farm sale closed  2/24/00 p.12
    One-acre lots, golf course proposed for MacArthur Farm 
        9/21/00 p.8
    Developer defends MacArthur proposal  10/5/00 p.7
    Duda plan forwarded to trustees  11/23/00 p.5
    Duda says next step is deannexation  11/30/00 p.5
 
MAGIERA, LAUREN                                             
    All good--Magiera working four events  12/21/00 p.108
 
MAGIERA, STACEY                                             
    Gymnasts twist between going club or high school  1/13/00
        p.106
 
MAGNUSON, PAUL B., DR.                                      
    If this old house could talk [Pond Gate Farm]  6/29/00 p.90
 
MARO, ROBERT A.                                             
    Hoffman man sentenced for bank robberies  11/30/00 p.8
 
MARQUARDT OF BARRINGTON                                     
    Marquardt of Barrington; Larry Marquardt, owner  10/19/00
        p.123
 
MARQUARDT, LARRY                                            
    Chamber honors Marquardt  1/27/00 p.9
    Marquardt of Barrington; Larry Marquardt, owner  10/19/00
        p.123
 
MARTIN, JEFF                                                
    Martin's MSL title is revealing  2/3/00 p.112
    Martin, Budke wrap up championships at Erb  12/21/00 p.108
 
MATHIAS, SIDNEY                                             
    Barrington Township GOP endorses Mathias  1/13/00 p.7
    Riefenberg is optimistic despite dollar disparity  2/10/00
        p.12
    Mathias survives conservative challenge  3/23/00 p.6
    Mathias heading back to Springfield  11/9/00 p.9
 
MAXWELL, CHRISTINE                                          
    A White (House) Christmas  12/14/00 p.33
 
MCDONALD, PATRICIA                                          
    Patricia McDonald named director of Wellness Place  2/17/00
        p.12
 
MCKILLEN, KATIE                                             
    Breaths of frosh air  12/14/00 p.135
 
MCMURRY, JEFF                                               
    High school liaison officer maintains vigilance  8/24/00
        p.29
    Correction to story of 8/24  8/31/00 p.6
 
MCREYNOLDS, MARCIA                                          
    Wedding Belles LTD.; Marcia McReynolds & Sherry Suson,
        owners  3/23/00 p.101
 
MEDINA, ALEXANDER                                           
    Investigation into fatal accident continues  10/12/00 p.12
 
MEIJER                                                      
    Meijer plans could create rift between villages  10/19/00
        p.13
    Terrestris proposing 24-hour superstore on Barrington Road 
        11/2/00 p.10
    Officials question Meijer development  11/16/00 p.12
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
    Village will continue to fight Meijer plan  12/14/00 p.5
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE, INC.                             
    Board approves PUD  3/30/00 p.5
    Klehm development slowly moving forward  7/6/00 p.7
    Klehm site developers request sewer service  7/13/00 p.8
    Development raises more concerns  7/20/00 p.7
    Latest Klehm proposal worries some South Barrington
        officials  8/10/00 p.8
    Consultant proposes change to Klehm plan  8/31/00 p.5
    Klehm developer, village discuss plan alternatives  9/14/00
        p.7
    South Barrington seeks details from developer  9/28/00 p.12
    Fire protection, sewer, trees top list of officials'
        concerns  10/19/00 p.7
    Plan commission postpones Klehm decision  11/9/00 p.7
    Klehm plan ok'd  11/16/00 p.5
    Residents protest Klehm development  12/21/00 p.5
 
METCALF, WALTER B. III                                      
    Barrington Hills man faces sex charges  6/8/00 p.7
    Molester gets 12 years in prison  11/30/00 p.8
 
METRA                                                       
    Train talks get off track  1/20/00 p.6
    Man hit by Metra train dies  2/10/00 p.10
    Village wants to blow whistle on new FRA rule  4/20/00 p.5
    Officials bark at train-whistle rules  4/27/00 p.5
    Message made loud and clear:  no horns here  5/4/00 p.11
    Metra's message simple:  look, listen and live  6/8/00 p.10
    Barrington officials hope to keep train horns silent 
        7/13/00 p.9
    Future of Metra depot still uncertain  9/21/00 p.7
 
MEYER, JANET                                                
    Chamber names Beese's successor  12/28/00 p.8
 
MICHAEL JOSEPH FOUNDATION                                   
    Volunteers furnishing hope  2/17/00 p.83
    Correction to story of 2/17/00  2/24/00 p.6
 
MISSION JUAN DIEGO                                          
    Palatine's Mission Juan Diego searching for a new location 
        6/8/00 p.24
 
MISURELLI, J., CORPORAL                                     
    AAIM honors Tower Lakes patrolman  6/29/00 p.6
 
MORRIS, ASHLEY                                              
    Lovett-Morris, Kaufman on the road to State  10/19/00 p.135
 
MORTON ARBORETUM                                            
    Love affair with elms  8/17/00 p.7
 
MOSS, SCOTT D.                                              
    Sex offender under investigation  5/11/00 p.20
 
MOTOROLA, INC.                                              
    SWANCC, Motorola plan recycling event  4/20/00 p.13
    Motorola plan gets cold shoulder from Deer Park  6/8/00 p.7
    Motorola office campus approved  7/13/00 p.7
    Deer Park trustees need more on Motorola  7/20/00 p.15
    Deer Park residents hang welcome mat for Motorola  8/10/00
        p.9
    Deer Park oks Motorola office complex  8/24/00 p.5
    Ground broken on Motorola site  9/21/00 p.10
    Motorola Museum charged with history  9/21/00 p.123
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVE                                            
    Lake County Board seat draws GOP primary  3/2/00 p.11
    Mountsier fends off Schnure  3/23/00 p.7
 
MUNAO, FRANK J., JR.                                        
    Munao announces bid for mayor  12/28/00 p.5
 
MURPHY, LINDA                                               
    A better quality of life  8/10/00 p.85
 
NASH, BARBARA                                               
    Nash readying representative campaign  4/6/00 p.7
 
NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF BARRINGTON                       
    Exhibit depicts wildflowers  5/11/00 p.10
 
NAVAL HOSPITAL GREAT LAKES                                  
    Great Lakes, VA hospital agree to share services  3/23/00
        p.8
 
NEAL, MELANIE                                               
    Eminent Domain; Normand & Melanie Neal; owners  10/12/00
        p.117
 
NEAL, NORMAND                                               
    Eminent Domain; Normand & Melanie Neal; owners  10/12/00
        p.117
 
NELSON, DAVID                                               
    Nelson named recipient of Studs Terkel award  11/30/00 p.12
 
NELSON, GEORGE "BABY FACE"                                  
    Virginia dentist hunts Baby Face  11/9/00 p.20
 
NEMEC, NANCY                                                
    School board president resigns  9/14/00 p.5
 
NERI, THOMAS                                                
    Pioneer Press publisher Thomas Neri steps down  4/20/00 p.8
 
NEVIUS, CRAIG J.                                            
    Scorpion's sting  12/28/00 p.B5
 
NEW GENERATIONS                                             
    New Generations names first executive director  3/23/00 p.95
    Park site eyed for teen/senior center  5/4/00 p.5
    Park board mulls community center  5/11/00 p.9
    Park District board wants access to teen/senior center 
        6/8/00 p.14
 
NICOR                                                       
    NICOR clears Barrington home  8/31/00 p.9
 
NORGE SKI JUMP                                              
    Norge ski tourney draws big turnout  1/20/00 p.5
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    LB trustees reject request to help pay for school fence 
        1/13/00 p.10
    Grandview Drive project gets state funds  5/18/00 p.5
    Parents fume over lack of room  6/1/00 p.7
    Can "Character Counts" prevent another Columbine?  6/8/00
        p.11
    District finalizes plan to move kindergartners  7/13/00 p.8
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Cell tower suit heads to trial  1/13/00 p.10
    North Barrington cell tower foes get their day in Lake
        County court  2/3/00 p.8
    Two counts dismissed from cell tower suit  2/10/00 p.8
    Christian Academy to present proposal to NB village board 
        2/17/00 p.8
    Judge expected to rule Tuesday on cellular phone tower
        lawsuit  2/24/00 p.10
    Cease-fire called in battle over Northwest Christian
        Academy  3/2/00 p.9
    Lake County judge rules tower can stay  3/9/00 p.8
    Too many geese are spoiling the Ponds  3/30/00 p.5
    Annexation talks break down when officials balk at demands 
        4/27/00 p.9
    North Barrington approves budget  4/27/00 p.9
    Grandview Drive project gets state funds  5/18/00 p.5
    North Barrington tackles road issues  5/25/00 p.6
    Electronic gate eyed to close Clover Hill  6/1/00 p.7
    North Barrington oks Route 53 extension  7/6/00 p.12
    Budget  8/10/00 p.100
    Cell tower saga ends, village's appeal denied  8/31/00 p.8
    Commission to hear Wynstone plans  9/7/00 p.6
    Village seeks lobbyist to carry Route 22 fight to
        legislature  10/12/00 p.11
    Village founder dead at 85  10/19/00 p.10
    Lobbyist hired to fight road expansion  11/16/00 p.10
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
    Dorm room decorations could create havoc on the roadways 
        12/7/00 p.8
 
NORTH CHICAGO VA MEDICAL CENTER                             
    Great Lakes, VA hospital agree to share services  3/23/00
        p.8
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    NIPC predicts Barrington population boom  6/15/00 p.5
 
NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY                                      
    Northern Trust breaks ground for new facility  4/13/00 p.5
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE                              
    Church, hospital, Park District all eyeing Jewel Tea
        property  1/27/00 p.8
    Panel rejects Jewel Tea proposals  2/10/00 p.5
    Jewel Pond complies with tree ordinance  3/23/00 p.6
    Group puts in bid for Jewel land  7/13/00 p.5
 
NORTHWEST MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE                              
    Village joins municipal group  1/6/00 p.6
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY                        
    Christian Academy to present proposal to NB village board 
        2/17/00 p.8
    Cease-fire called in battle over Northwest Christian
        Academy  3/2/00 p.9
 
NOYES, JACK                                                 
    A lifetime of caring  6/15/00 p.97
 
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT                                
    Study:  airport emissions increase risk of cancer  8/31/00
        p.9
 
OLKER, NICK                                                 
    Forest Printing; Nick Olker, owner  3/30/00 p.103
 
O'MALLEY, MICHAEL J.                                        
    Friends remember O'Malley as caring, selfless leader 
        9/21/00 p.10
 
ORENDORFF, ALANNA                                           
    Baby girl rings in century at Good Shepherd  1/6/00 p.7
 
OWNER SERVICES GROUP, INC.                                  
    Owner Services determined to keep costs within budget 
        11/30/00 p.10
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                     
    Local fire districts negotiating ambulance-fire aid
        agreement  1/13/00 p.14
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Snowstorm taxes area resources  12/14/00 p.10
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Fowl remarks  3/2/00 p.83
    Palatine officials are seeking to shut down teen nightclub 
        6/1/00 p.9
    Palatine's Mission Juan Diego searching for a new location 
        6/8/00 p.24
    Technical company pays early dividends in village  12/21/00
        p.14
 
PARIS, ALEX                                                 
    Alex's last hope  3/23/00 p.87
    Alex endures  4/27/00 p.30
 
PARKE, TERRY                                                
    Parke wants commuter line on EJ&E tracks  7/6/00 p.7
 
PARKSIDE SENIOR SERVICES                                    
    A new beginning  11/16/00 p.145
 
PASCH, JULIE                                                
    Pasch takes third place in girls' writing contest  11/16/00
        p.40
 
PATE, STEVE                                                 
    Ruck/Pate Architecture; Steve Pate, co-owner  8/3/00 p.103
 
PAYTON FLORAL COMPANY                                       
    Payton Floral Company; Bob Payton, owner  8/10/00 p.103
 
PAYTON, BOB                                                 
    Payton Floral Company; Bob Payton, owner  8/10/00 p.103
 
PAYTON, CONNIE                                              
    Connie Payton continues the fight  3/2/00 p.7
 
PAYTON, GRANT                                               
    Payton's place:  Legion mound  6/29/00 p.105
    Payton, Terzo help boost Broncos to regional title  10/5/00
        p.117
 
PAYTON, WALTER                                              
    Payton's Hill to be dedicated May 13  5/4/00 p.8
    Preserve will bear Payton's name  11/2/00 p.5
 
PEACE IN OUR SCHOOLS                                        
    It can happen anywhere  7/27/00 p.5
 
PEARSON, DIRK                                               
    Pearson's talent is undeniable  9/7/00 p.101
 
PEDERSON, KEN                                               
    Coyote sighting elicits caution  8/3/00 p.8
 
PEEK, DEBBIE                                                
    Society's Child; Stuart and Debbie Peek, owners  12/14/00
        p.127
 
PEEK, STUART                                                
    Society's Child; Stuart and Debbie Peek, owners  12/14/00
        p.127
 
PENNINGTON PONDS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                         
    Too many geese are spoiling the Ponds  3/30/00 p.5
 
PETERSON, JOHN R., REV.                                     
    Former rector at St. Mark's Episcopal Church retiring 
        11/30/00 p.98
 
PIONEER PRESS                                               
    Green named publisher  5/4/00 p.5
 
POAG & MCEWEN COMPANY                                       
    Lights, camera but no action on movie complex  9/7/00 p.11
 
POLICE                                                      
    Police investigate stabbing death  1/6/00 p.5
    In with the new  2/10/00 p.7
    Gruber to head South Barrington police  3/30/00 p.6
    Public's right to know jeopardized by new rules  4/13/00 p.8
    Local departments taking wait and see attitude toward
        changes  4/13/00 p.8
    Lake County sheriff calls suit frivolous  4/27/00 p.12
    Police crack down on underage drinkers  5/4/00 p.6
    No evidence of profiling policy in Highland Park  5/18/00
        p.22
    South Barrington, Allstate, IDOT push seatbelt usage 
        5/25/00 p.15
    Police departments beat bushes for recruits  6/8/00 p.26
    Driver sues police over traffic stop  6/15/00 p.5
    AAIM honors Tower Lakes patrolman  6/29/00 p.6
    Three female deputies file lawsuit  7/6/00 p.6
    Police continue to investigate abduction attempt  8/3/00 p.5
    Hosting parties puts adults at risk  8/31/00 p.5
    Hero of Barrington Hills' drug, DUI busts retires  9/28/00
        p.11
    Police officers aim to serve, protect and revive  11/9/00
        p.20
    Racial profiling described as complicated issue  11/23/00
        p.11
    Sheriff calls inmate work details a success  11/30/00 p.21
    Police cracking down on drunk drivers during holiday season
        12/14/00 p.20
    Barrington Hills police receive grant  12/21/00 p.6
    Police step up efforts during holidays  12/21/00 p.8
 
POLISZCZUK, JOEY                                            
    Speedracer  7/20/00 p.118
 
POLLUTION                                                   
    Study:  airport emissions increase risk of cancer  8/31/00
        p.9
 
POND GATE FARM                                              
    If this old house could talk [Pond Gate Farm]  6/29/00 p.90
 
PORTER, MYRNA                                               
    A better quality of life  8/10/00 p.85
 
PREMIER HOMES, INC.                                         
    LB panel to hear rezoning request  1/6/00 p.6
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Presbyterian church picks Baxter to be its new pastor 
        2/10/00 p.9
    Presbyterian church holds lobster sale  9/28/00 p.13
 
PRESSL, LANCE                                               
    Crane opponent is working hard despite the odds  6/29/00
        p.12
    Crane, Pressl offer ideas on Social Security  10/12/00 p.7
    Pressl thinks Republican complacency may turn tide  11/2/00
        p.8
 
PRIDE, JEFFREY                                              
    Pride's brief life was lesson for all of us  11/16/00 p.9
 
PRINGLE, ASHLEY                                             
    Making a difference  10/19/00 p.33
 
PROJECT HOPE                                                
    Volunteers furnishing hope  2/17/00 p.83
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    PADS' shelters running out of room  11/23/00 p.8
 
PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING                                      
    In with the new  2/10/00 p.7
 
QUEST ACADEMY                                               
    Into immersion  4/27/00 p.27
 
RAK & ASSOCIATES, L.L.C.                                    
    Rak & Associates, L.L.C.; Pamela Rak, owner  7/27/00 p.91
 
RAK, PAMELA                                                 
    Rak & Associates, L.L.C.; Pamela Rak, owner  7/27/00 p.91
 
RATKOVICH, JOHN                                             
    Old-school Olympians  11/16/00 p.115
 
RAY LAKE FARM                                               
    Preserve gets grants  11/16/00 p.27
 
RAY'S BARBER SHOP                                           
    Ray's Barber Shop; Ray Tourville, owner  9/28/00 p.101
 
REAL ESTATE                                                 
    No place like home  9/14/00 p.95
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    MacArthur Farm property under contract  1/6/00 p.5
    New subdivision proposed  1/6/00 p.9
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    South Barrington board votes on Jung plan  1/27/00 p.6
    Anonymous flier distributed objecting to Klehm proposal 
        1/27/00 p.8
    Kelsey Crossing proposal presented to plan panel  1/27/00
        p.10
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
    Panel rejects Jewel Tea proposals  2/10/00 p.5
    Planned Unit Development proposal ignites controversy 
        2/10/00 p.8
    Duda identified as MacArthur Farm buyer  2/17/00 p.5
    Barrington annexes 5-acre site  2/17/00 p.6
    Proposal pleasing to planners but vote delayed until Feb.
        24  2/17/00 p.9
    Office development proposal lies motionless before board 
        2/17/00 p.10
    Proposed land buy worries neighbors  2/17/00 p.14
    Village gets $351,000 grant to help Vehe Farm purchase 
        2/24/00 p.8
    MacArthur farm sale closed  2/24/00 p.12
    Commission recommends subdivision  3/2/00 p.6
    Barrington oks office building  3/2/00 p.6
    Plan ideal for Lake Barrington  3/9/00 p.5
    Trustees approve office park on Barrington Road  3/16/00 p.8
    Jewel Pond complies with tree ordinance  3/23/00 p.6
    Board approves PUD  3/30/00 p.5
    Hoffman Estates oks convention center  4/13/00 p.109
    Kemper land sales could drastically alter landscape  6/1/00
        p.10
    Task force proposes transit oriented development  6/1/00
        p.11
    Lake County seeks to regulate growth  6/1/00 p.12
    Residents brace for impact of Deer Park development 
        6/15/00 p.7
    Klehm development slowly moving forward  7/6/00 p.7
    Group puts in bid for Jewel land  7/13/00 p.5
    Motorola office campus approved  7/13/00 p.7
    Klehm site developers request sewer service  7/13/00 p.8
    Builder, conservationists form unusual partnership  7/20/00
        p.12
    Reservations stream in for new convention center  7/20/00
        p.13
    Deer Park trustees need more on Motorola  7/20/00 p.15
    Development raises more concerns  7/20/00 p.7
    Old agreements could halt new development  7/27/00 p.13
    Final approval withheld for 44-unit subdivision  8/3/00 p.18
    Latest Klehm proposal worries some South Barrington
        officials  8/10/00 p.8
    Deer Park residents hang welcome mat for Motorola  8/10/00
        p.9
    Mid-October opening set for Deer Park mall  8/17/00 p.11
    Wetland issues hold up Willow Creek expansion  8/17/00 p.12
    Deer Park oks Motorola office complex  8/24/00 p.5
    Consultant proposes change to Klehm plan  8/31/00 p.5
    One-acre lots, golf course proposed for MacArthur Farm 
        9/21/00 p.8
    Ground broken on Motorola site  9/21/00 p.10
    CFC anxious to begin work on Flint Creek site  9/21/00 p.11
    Officials say mall will not hurt local retailers  9/21/00
        p.13
    South Barrington seeks details from developer  9/28/00 p.12
    Developer defends MacArthur proposal  10/5/00 p.7
    Officials insist traffic, triangle not linked  10/12/00 p.5
    South Barrington vows to fight 50-acre retail development 
        10/12/00 p.13
    Meijer plans could create rift between villages  10/19/00
        p.13
    Duda receives chilly reception at hearing  10/26/00 p.11
    Terrestris proposing 24-hour superstore on Barrington Road 
        11/2/00 p.10
    Plan commission postpones Klehm decision  11/9/00 p.7
    Cook Street Plaza  11/9/00 p.107
    Klehm plan ok'd  11/16/00 p.5
    Town Center retail sales exceeding expectations  11/16/00
        p.10
    Officials question Meijer development  11/16/00 p.12
    A new beginning  11/16/00 p.145
    Duda plan forwarded to trustees  11/23/00 p.5
    Village continues to move toward acquiring property within
        golden triangle  11/23/00 p.7
    Duda says next step is deannexation  11/30/00 p.5
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
    Village will continue to fight Meijer plan  12/14/00 p.5
    Residents protest Klehm development  12/21/00 p.5
 
REECE-PODGORSKI, ASHLEY                                     
    Ultimate Performance Therapy; Ashley Reece-Podgorski, owner
        12/7/00 p.115
 
REEDS, SUNNY                                                
    Buyer beware:  simple project becomes nightmare for senior
        couple  12/7/00 p.7
 
REICH, KEVIN                                                
    Big kayak attack  9/14/00 p.29
 
REICHART, MICHAEL                                           
    Man ready to see long-lost daughter  12/14/00 p.26
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    Taking up the fight  6/8/00 p.5
    Alcohol, arrest can't taint relay:  organizers  6/8/00 p.7
    Relay for Life raises $250,000  6/15/00 p.13
 
RHABDOMYOSARCOMA (DISEASE)                                  
    Alex's last hope  3/23/00 p.87
    Alex endures  4/27/00 p.30
 
RICHARDS, LINDSAY                                           
    Driving hard  1/27/00 p.113
    Rich performance  12/21/00 p.105
 
RIEFENBERG, MARK                                            
    Mathias supporter is challenging Riefenberg nominating
        petitions  1/13/00 p.7
    Mark Riefenberg staying on ballot  1/27/00 p.12
    Riefenberg is optimistic despite dollar disparity  2/10/00
        p.12
 
RIEKE, LIBBY                                                
    New Generations names first executive director  3/23/00 p.95
 
RIEKE, LOLA                                                 
    Woman of character  8/17/00 p.89
 
RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT                                        
    Well-wishers pay tribute to closing local landmark  1/20/00
        p.11
 
ROADS                                                       
    County's Route 53 support is waning  1/27/00 p.13
    Board endorses Route 53 extension  2/3/00 p.13
    Cook County to help fund bypass study  2/17/00 p.6
    Route 14 travel woes predicted in two years  3/16/00 p.5
    Many detours ahead as roadwork begins  3/30/00 p.7
    Lincolnshire holds out against Rt. 22 widening  4/13/00 p.13
    Church seeks to widen Barrington Road  4/20/00 p.7
    Transportation problems get worse as county grows  4/20/00
        p.7
    Route 53 future questioned in light of Governor's study 
        5/4/00 p.9
    Roadwork doesn't curb business  5/11/00 p.8
    Grandview Drive project gets state funds  5/18/00 p.5
    Route 59 study moving forward  5/18/00 p.5
    Group reveals future of Route 53, alternatives  5/18/00 p.8
    North Barrington tackles road issues  5/25/00 p.6
    BACOG backs 53 extension  6/1/00 p.5
    Electronic gate eyed to close Clover Hill  6/1/00 p.7
    Battle to convert asphalt to greenery gains support  6/8/00
        p.13
    North Barrington oks Route 53 extension  7/6/00 p.12
    IDOT set to acquire land for Route 22  7/6/00 p.13
    IDOT examines proposals to lessen area congestion  7/13/00
        p.10
    Residents mass to oppose Route 22 widening  7/20/00 p.5
    Group says Route 53 extension has support  7/20/00 p.26
    Fox River Grove officials hesitant to back widening of
        Route 22 through town  7/27/00 p.7
    Route 22 bypass plan draws heat  8/10/00 p.22
    County board supports 53 extension  8/17/00 p.6
    Reaction mixed to Route 59 options  8/24/00 p.5
    Road rage  9/7/00 p.5
    More roads may not be answer  9/7/00 p.7
    Insurance companies in a quandary about road rage issue 
        9/7/00 p.7
    Sharing road no easy feat  9/7/00 p.8
    Illinois not among states where road rage is a crime 
        9/7/00 p.9
    Inverness residents wary of Hough Street traffic options 
        9/7/00 p.10
    Teachers warn new drivers of road rage  9/7/00 p.25
    Road rage a concern of older drivers  9/7/00 p.25
    Experts look at causes of road rage  9/7/00 p.81
    Commercials tap into drivers' power trips  9/7/00 p.93
    Are you a Mad Max (or Maxine)?  9/7/00 p.93
    Inverness residents voice opposition to Route 59 bypass 
        9/14/00 p.5
    Residents rally to save homes  9/14/00 p.8
    TAC will review impact of proposed options  9/14/00 p.8
    Route 22 expansion draws residents' ire  9/21/00 p.5
    TAC drops all but four Rt. 59 options from consideration 
        9/21/00 p.9
    Charges of impropriety leveled after TAC cuts all but three
        options  9/28/00 p.5
    Residents organizing to fight Route 22 plan  9/28/00 p.7
    Dispute over unused asphalt rages on in Tower Lakes 
        9/28/00 p.9
    TAC agrees it moved too fast  10/5/00 p.5
    Owners say widening Hough will kill downtown business 
        10/5/00 p.8
    Village will hire lobbyist to lead Route 22 fight  10/5/00
        p.9
    Village seeks lobbyist to carry Route 22 fight to
        legislature  10/12/00 p.11
    Trustees hedge on TA attendance  10/12/00 p.11
    State money made available for Grandview project  10/19/00
        p.13
    IDOT plans $26 million facelift for Route 14  10/19/00 p.14
    TAC questions viability of redevelopment plans  10/26/00 p.7
    TAC subcommittee tries to hammer out mission  11/2/00 p.12
    Residents criticize creation of TAC group  11/9/00 p.14
    Dark passages  11/16/00 p.7
    Lobbyist hired to fight road expansion  11/16/00 p.10
    Officials not sold on Hough Street options  11/16/00 p.11
    Unless they make history, some of village's older buildings
        could be history  11/23/00 p.7
    Villages clash over Route 22 plans  11/30/00 p.11
    Traffic subcommittee gets high marks for its efforts 
        12/7/00 p.10
    A new year plagued by same old road woes  12/21/00 p.5
 
RONAN POTTS, L.L.C.                                         
    Lobbyist hired to fight road expansion  11/16/00 p.10
 
ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY                                        
    Roosevelt University plans to draw younger students 
        4/20/00 p.9
    Portals to the past  12/28/00 p.23
 
ROOT, TOM                                                   
    Big kayak attack  9/14/00 p.29
 
ROSE, WILLIAM                                               
    Crossroads  11/30/00 p.87
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Hail, heavy rains add to Roslyn's woes  5/25/00 p.7
    District finalizes plan to move kindergartners  7/13/00 p.8
    Focus group:  renovate Roslyn and Countryside  7/20/00 p.12
    Roslyn students put their feet to work for charity 
        10/26/00 p.33
    Narrowing the gap  12/7/00 p.31
 
ROTARY CLUB OF BARRINGTON                                   
    Rotary Club celebrates 40th anniversary  9/21/00 p.6
 
ROTH, INGRID                                                
    Roth serves Fillies into supersectional  11/9/00 p.122
 
RUCK/PATE ARCHITECTURE                                      
    Ruck/Pate Architecture; Steve Pate, co-owner  8/3/00 p.103
 
SARANTOPOULOS, JOHN P.                                      
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
SATLOW, CHAD                                                
    Yogawerks, Chad Satlow; owner  11/30/00 p.107
 
SAVANNAH OF LAKE BARRINGTON (LAND SUBDIVISION)              
    Final approval withheld for 44-unit subdivision  8/3/00 p.18
    Lake Barrington oks 44-home subdivision  9/7/00 p.12
    CFC anxious to begin work on Flint Creek site  9/21/00 p.11
    CFC closes purchase of 65-acre Flint Creek site  10/26/00
        p.13
 
SCALES, NORMA J.                                            
    Dancers owner, employee arrested by county sheriff  2/17/00
        p.18
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    WINGS to open house with festivities Friday  5/11/00 p.28
 
SCHMIDT, SUZI                                               
    First woman will lead Lake County Board  12/7/00 p.11
 
SCHNURE, JOHN                                               
    Lake County Board seat draws GOP primary  3/2/00 p.11
    Mountsier fends off Schnure  3/23/00 p.7
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                                          
    Mixed vote creates uncertain future for District 95 schools
        11/9/00 p.11
    Split referendum vote creates dilemma  11/16/00 p.28
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    Illinois school report cards  11/2/00 p.7
 
SCHROEDER, RICHARD                                          
    Middle school teacher named C-Span fellow  7/6/00 p.28
 
SCHUTT, ELZO                                                
    Couple leaves over $2 million to local charities, churches 
        11/23/00 p.8
 
SCHUTT, HELEN                                               
    Couple leaves over $2 million to local charities, churches 
        11/23/00 p.8
 
SCOPELLETI PROPERTY                                         
    Forest Preserve purchases 213-acre Karels Farm site 
        10/19/00 p.11
 
SCOTT GLOBAL ENTERPRISES                                    
    Scott Global Enterprises, Tanya Scott, owner  10/5/00 p.105
 
SCOTT, TANYA                                                
    Scott Global Enterprises, Tanya Scott, owner  10/5/00 p.105
 
SEIGLE'S                                                    
    Developer withdraws petition to renovate Seigle's property 
        2/10/00 p.10
 
SHAH, PRAKASHCHANDRA                                        
    Driver sues police over traffic stop  6/15/00 p.5
 
SHEEL, M. ANNETTE                                           
    Celebration will mark 100th birthday of former teacher 
        8/31/00 p.10
 
SHELL OIL COMPANY                                           
    Route 59 gas station to get makeover  12/28/00 p.9
 
SHELTON, PAULINE                                            
    Three female deputies file lawsuit  7/6/00 p.6
 
SINGLETARY, MIKE                                            
    Singletary delivers hit at Honquest  5/18/00 p.10
 
SKINNER, CALVIN, JR.                                        
    Candidates trade barbs  1/20/00 p.14
    Skinner raises more, but is spending less  2/10/00 p.13
    Kurtz ousts Skinner  3/23/00 p.7
 
SMIT, GARY, DR.                                             
    Barrington groups get lesson in character  6/15/00 p.7
 
SMITH, BETTY                                                
    Owner Smith hopes Cugat is king on Million Day  8/17/00
        p.117
 
SOCIETY'S CHILD                                             
    Society's Child; Stuart and Debbie Peek, owners  12/14/00
        p.127
 
SOFA KING (MUSICAL GROUP)                                   
    Local band gets off couch to entertain at festival  6/29/00
        p.22
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY                  
    SWANCC, Motorola plan recycling event  4/20/00 p.13
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON EXECUTIVE CENTER                           
    Office development proposal lies motionless before board 
        2/17/00 p.10
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Aquatic center debut scheduled for spring  12/7/00 p.13
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Ariola appointed South Barrington clerk  1/20/00 p.6
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    South Barrington board votes on Jung plan  1/27/00 p.6
    Anonymous flier distributed objecting to Klehm proposal 
        1/27/00 p.8
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
    Planned Unit Development proposal ignites controversy 
        2/10/00 p.8
    Office development proposal lies motionless before board 
        2/17/00 p.10
    Attorneys attempting to iron out details for planned unit
        development ordinance  2/24/00 p.8
    Trustees approve office park on Barrington Road  3/16/00 p.8
    Village adopts land plan, will seek state subsidy  3/16/00
        p.9
    Board approves PUD  3/30/00 p.5
    Gruber to head South Barrington police  3/30/00 p.6
    South Barrington touts lifesaving pair  4/20/00 p.6
    Church seeks to widen Barrington Road  4/20/00 p.7
    South Barrington, Allstate, IDOT push seatbelt usage 
        5/25/00 p.15
    Klehm development slowly moving forward  7/6/00 p.7
    Klehm site developers request sewer service  7/13/00 p.8
    Development raises more concerns  7/20/00 p.7
    Police search for man who tried to lure boy  7/27/00 p.22
    Police continue to investigate abduction attempt  8/3/00 p.5
    Latest Klehm proposal worries some South Barrington
        officials  8/10/00 p.8
    South Barrington, developer discuss Klehm landscaping 
        8/17/00 p.12
    Consultant proposes change to Klehm plan  8/31/00 p.5
    Klehm developer, village discuss plan alternatives  9/14/00
        p.7
    South Barrington seeks details from developer  9/28/00 p.12
    South Barrington vows to fight 50-acre retail development 
        10/12/00 p.13
    Fire protection, sewer, trees top list of officials'
        concerns  10/19/00 p.7
    Meijer plans could create rift between villages  10/19/00
        p.13
    Terrestris proposing 24-hour superstore on Barrington Road 
        11/2/00 p.10
    Plan commission postpones Klehm decision  11/9/00 p.7
    Police officers aim to serve, protect and revive  11/9/00
        p.20
    Klehm plan ok'd  11/16/00 p.5
    Officials question Meijer development  11/16/00 p.12
    Hoffman Estates oks Meijer plan  12/7/00 p.5
    Village will continue to fight Meijer plan  12/14/00 p.5
    Residents protest Klehm development  12/21/00 p.5
    Munao announces bid for mayor  12/28/00 p.5
 
SPECIAL OLYMPICS                                            
    Special Olympics spreading throughout the world  12/14/00
        p.33
 
SPICER, ANNIE                                               
    Spicer, Zimmerman connect again with MSL-West honor 
        10/19/00 p.136
    Spicer leaves 'em speechless  11/16/00 p.161
 
SPRINGER, ROBERT N.                                         
    Police nab teens who vandalized buses  6/15/00 p.5
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Resale shop gets reprieve  2/3/00 p.6
    Volunteers furnishing hope  2/17/00 p.83
    St. Anne to open sanctuary for services  3/2/00 p.6
    House of worship  5/4/00 p.10
    Good Samaritans come to the rescue  8/3/00 p.7
    Muller holds out some hope that project can survive  8/3/00
        p.7
    WINGS, Project Hope agree to provide furniture to needy 
        8/10/00 p.7
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Fantastic four  2/3/00 p.29
    St. Anne's names preschool director  5/25/00 p.6
    A different kind of lesson  10/12/00 p.33
 
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                                 
    Former rector at St. Mark's Episcopal Church retiring 
        11/30/00 p.98
 
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL                             
    ABCs, please and may I  11/9/00 p.29
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    Church finds Mexico trip a mission possible  7/13/00 p.11
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    St. Michael's Church unveils expansion plan  2/10/00 p.5
    Residents respond to church's growth plan  2/24/00 p.5
    Panel delays decision on church expansion  3/16/00 p.5
    Compromise may drive wall between church, neighbors 
        3/23/00 p.13
    St. Michael's expansion goes forward  4/27/00 p.7
    Village board oks church expansion  5/11/00 p.5
    St. Michael's sets date to begin construction  7/6/00 p.7
 
STAFFEN, MARK                                               
    Eighth-grader grabs state championship  3/16/00 p.129
 
STARR COUTURE                                               
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  3/16/00 p.117
 
STEC, CHRIS                                                 
    Stec steps down  5/11/00 p.131
 
STEPHENSON, RICHARD J.                                      
    Local businessman honored by Scouts  8/10/00 p.106
 
STEVENSON, ADLAI III                                        
    State commits to fund Stevenson home repairs  4/27/00 p.11
 
STEWARD, PATRICIA                                           
    Three hospice volunteers honored for excellence  5/25/00
        p.110
 
STONEGATE CONFERENCE & BANQUET CENTER                       
    Hoffman Estates oks convention center  4/13/00 p.109
    Reservations stream in for new convention center  7/20/00
        p.13
    A jewel of Stone-gate  8/24/00 p.105
 
STOUTENBURG, JANE                                           
    Mother and daughter share healing powers of penguins 
        2/24/00 p.10
 
STOUTENBURG, KARYN                                          
    Mother and daughter share healing powers of penguins 
        2/24/00 p.10
 
SUNNY HILL SCHOOL                                           
    Sunny Hill adopts Character Counts  12/14/00 p.13
 
SUSAN EIK FILSTEAD STROKE & EPILEPSY FOUNDATION             
    The quest for a cure  3/9/00 p.83
 
SUSON, SHERRY                                               
    Wedding Belles LTD.; Marcia McReynolds & Sherry Suson,
        owners  3/23/00 p.101
 
SWEET, CHARLES W., JR.                                      
    Sweet named to college board  8/17/00 p.13
 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCE                                       
    Board begins downtown TIF talks  2/17/00 p.5
    Village board adopts downtown TIF district  3/2/00 p.5
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Group seeking to abolish IRS, advocating national sales tax
        2/17/00 p.14
    Houlihan delays move that would have cost schools millions 
        4/13/00 p.26
    Mayors fret over sales tax revenue lost to e-commerce 
        4/20/00 p.10
    Want to appeal tax bill?  Here is how  8/24/00 p.12
    Do your homework before appealing property tax  8/24/00 p.13
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    District 220 going for $15.4 million  1/20/00  p.5
    Barrington Park District to ask for tax rate hike  1/20/00
        p.5
    Fire District board narrows referendum study's scope 
        1/20/00 p.9
    Village may adjust utility tax  2/10/00 p.6
    Referendum III  2/10/00 p.25
    Board begins downtown TIF talks  2/17/00 p.5
    Village board adopts downtown TIF district  3/2/00 p.5
    Tax levy vote cost district $10 million  10/19/00 p.5
    Low tax rates keep finances lagging  10/26/00 p.5
    Officials abide by original plan to pay off referendum 
        11/23/00 p.9
    Fire District will seek tax rate hike  11/30/00 p.10
    Board approves tax levy plans to seek rate hike  12/7/00 p.9
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Delinquent tax list  2/3/00 p.98
    New tax rates reflect shift in burden  8/17/00 p.5
    Assessments  9/21/00 p.119
    Board of Review accepting appeals  10/19/00 p.6
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment roll  3/23/00 p.107
    Cell tower saga ends, village's appeal denied  8/31/00 p.8
    Delinquencies  11/16/00 p.151
    Assessment roll  12/28/00 p.L1
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Assessment roll  11/9/00 p.L1
 
TEICH PACKING, INC.                                         
    Name change [Teich Packing, Inc.]  4/6/00 p.110
 
TERRESTRIS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                              
    Inverness oks Jung plan  1/13/00 p.5
    Greg Goslin lobbies SB officials to accept Inverness Jung
        plan  1/20/00 p.8
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    South Barrington board votes on Jung plan  1/27/00 p.6
    South Barrington board oks Jung development agreement 
        2/3/00 p.5
    Terrestris proposing 24-hour superstore on Barrington Road 
        11/2/00 p.10
    Officials question Meijer development  11/16/00 p.12
 
TERZO, JUSTIN                                               
    Payton, Terzo help boost Broncos to regional title  10/5/00
        p.117
 
THALHEIMER, KRISTEN                                         
    Brunka, Delcore, Thalheimer, Hershman lead way at sectional
        11/16/00 p.162
 
THOR (DOG)                                                  
    Hero of Barrington Hills' drug, DUI busts retires  9/28/00
        p.11
 
TOMBERLINE, JIM                                             
    Willow Creek names teaching pastor  4/6/00 p.6
 
TOURVILLE, RAY                                              
    Ray's Barber Shop; Ray Tourville, owner  9/28/00 p.101
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes board defers vote on parking ordinance  2/3/00
        p.12
    Village earns designation as Millennium Community  4/6/00
        p.9
    Tower Lakes couple claims their lottery pot of gold 
        5/25/00 p.10
    Battle to convert asphalt to greenery gains support  6/8/00
        p.13
    Dispute over unused asphalt rages on in Tower Lakes 
        9/28/00 p.9
    Fitzpatrick steps down as president  12/7/00 p.9
    The shoes fit Kuskowski  12/14/00 p.7
 
TRAFFIC                                                     
    Survey says:  traffic is village's number 1 problem 
        11/9/00 p.10
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Train talks get off track  1/20/00 p.6
    CATS tunes up regional plans with series of public hearings
        4/6/00 p.10
    Village wants to blow whistle on new FRA rule  4/20/00 p.5
    Transportation problems get worse as county grows  4/20/00
        p.7
    Officials bark at train-whistle rules  4/27/00 p.5
    Message made loud and clear:  no horns here  5/4/00 p.11
    Metra's message simple:  look, listen, and live  6/8/00 p.10
    CTA service, interchanges top transit issues  7/6/00 p.11
    Barrington officials hope to keep train horns silent 
        7/13/00 p.9
    Future of Metra depot still uncertain  9/21/00 p.7
 
ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE THERAPY                                
    Ultimate Performance Therapy; Ashley Reece-Podgorski, owner
        12/7/00 p.115
 
UNION (TEEN/SENIOR CENTER)                                  
    Park site eyed for teen/senior center  5/4/00 p.5
    Park board mulls community center  5/11/00 p.9
    Park District board wants access to teen/senior center 
        6/8/00 p.14
    Union concept will serve teens, seniors  9/21/00 p.12
 
UNITED STATES CENSUS BUREAU                                 
    Bureau expects 20 million households will ignore call to
        complete census form  3/23/00 p.10
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Six youths charged in area mail thefts  1/20/00 p.12
 
UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY                            
    University site choice is only the beginning  5/18/00 p.18
 
VALKANET, MICHAEL R.                                        
    Gurnee man charged in burglaries  10/19/00 p.5
 
VALTOS, WILLIAM                                             
    Author delves into greatest mystery of all  4/6/00 p.B3
 
VANNI, ROB                                                  
    South Barrington touts lifesaving pair  4/20/00 p.6
 
VANNI, ROBERT                                               
    Area man pulls woman from icy water  1/27/00 p.7
 
VEATH, AUDREY                                               
    Grandmother helps others help themselves  1/20/00 p.7
 
VEHE FARM                                                   
    Village gets $351,000 grant to help Vehe Farm purchase 
        2/24/00 p.8
    Tree survey will facilitate restoration of Vehe Farm 
        10/5/00 p.7
 
VFW POST 7706                                               
    Baby Jesus figure stolen from VFW Nativity scene  1/13/00
        p.14
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Homeless shelter reopens thanks to Village Church  11/30/00
        p.9
 
VINCENTI, RICHARD J.                                        
    Man hit by Metra train dies  2/10/00 p.10
 
VOLTL, ROBERT                                               
    Feds charge Inverness resident in fraudulent mortgage
        scheme  8/3/00 p.10
 
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF GREATER BARRINGTON                      
    Housing project  1/27/00 p.92
 
VOLUNTEERS                                                  
    Pioneer honors stellar volunteers  3/2/00 p.10
    Student Samaritans  4/6/00 p.12
    Volunteerism  4/13/00 p.7
    Teen volunteers lauded  4/20/00 p.15
 
WARE, GEORGE                                                
    Love affair with elms  8/17/00 p.7
 
WARKENTHIEN, ALISON                                         
    Settlement reached in malpractice suit  4/13/00 p.24
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Village says water is safe despite recent lead tests 
        4/27/00 p.9
    Water that's safe to drink  5/11/00 p.7
    Treating water to meet standards a challenge  5/11/00 p.7
    Sealing old wells helps new ones  5/11/00 p.7
    Getting the lead out of your water supply  5/11/00 p.7
    Village water supply gets clean bill of health  6/15/00 p.11
    Water Quality Report  6/29/00 p.96
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Village to give Jung land sewer, water  1/27/00 p.5
    Water, water everywhere, or is it?  5/4/00 p.7
    Lake County using more water than can be replaced  5/4/00
        p.8
 
WAUCONDA FIRE DEPARTMENT                                    
    Firefighters torch home for practice  4/6/00 p.9
    There's no place like living next door to a fire station 
        12/21/00 p.13
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Eight agencies respond to Wauconda brush fire  3/30/00 p.12
    Broncs, barrel racing, bulls highlight 37th annual rodeo 
        7/6/00 p.24
    There's no place like living next door to a fire station 
        12/21/00 p.13
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Breakfast Rotarians seek funds for lightning warning system
        3/23/00 p.10
    It pays to be prepared  4/20/00 p.89
    Hail, heavy rains add to Roslyn's woes  5/25/00 p.7
    ComEd fights outages  5/25/00 p.7
    Conditions were right for strong storm  5/25/00 p.7
    Lightning warning systems already proving their worth 
        9/21/00 p.8
    Winter's initial blast bested  12/14/00 p.5
    Snowstorm taxes area resources  12/14/00 p.10
    Snow fighters take on worst that winter offers  12/14/00
        p.11
    Students enjoy early holiday  12/14/00 p.12
 
WEBB, APRIL A.                                              
    Barrington deputy clerk honored  3/16/00 p.6
 
WEDDING BELLES LTD.                                         
    Wedding Belles LTD.; Marcia McReynolds & Sherry Suson,
        owners  3/23/00 p.101
 
WEIGAND, LISA                                               
    Woman charged with reckless homicide  10/26/00 p.12
 
WELCH, WARD                                                 
    Welch show the way in Broncos' homecoming win  10/19/00
        p.137
 
WELLNESS PLACE                                              
    Patricia McDonald named director of Wellness Place  2/17/00
        p.12
    A better quality of life  8/10/00 p.85
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Wetland issues hold up Willow Creek expansion  8/17/00 p.12
 
WHITMORE, ROGER                                             
    Lake County sheriff calls suit frivolous  4/27/00 p.12
    Former Kiley Center director at center of Del Re lawsuit 
        5/4/00 p.10
    Tow firms all gave to Del Re  5/11/00 p.21
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Willow Creek Church plans to build bigger auditorium 
        2/3/00 p.8
    Willow Creek names teaching pastor  4/6/00 p.6
    Church seeks to widen Barrington Road  4/20/00 p.7
    Willow Creek plans anger Hoffman residents  7/27/00 p.11
    Work proceeds on expansion of Willow Creek parking lot 
        8/3/00 p.10
    Clinton to address Willow Creek summit  8/10/00 p.5
    Reaction to Clinton appearance mixed  8/17/00 p.5
    Clinton, Hybels share spiritual conversation  8/17/00 p.8
    Wetland issues hold up Willow Creek expansion  8/17/00 p.12
 
WILSON, ALAN                                                
    Forging new relationships  6/29/00 p.97
 
WINGS                                                       
    WINGS to open house with festivities Friday  5/11/00 p.28
    WINGS, Project Hope agree to provide furniture to needy 
        8/10/00 p.7
 
WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER                              
    WINGS to open house with festivities Friday  5/11/00 p.28
    WINGS, Project Hope agree to provide furniture to needy 
        8/10/00 p.7
 
WOODRUFF, NANCY                                             
    Book revisits horror, healing following fatal car accident 
        7/27/00 p.8
 
WOODS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    Board approves PUD  3/30/00 p.5
 
WRITE STUFF CONTEST                                         
    Winners  6/8/00 p.B35
 
WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Commission to hear Wynstone plans  9/7/00 p.6
 
YANEY, MARY                                                 
    Mary and Stanley Yaney [50th anniversary]  4/27/00 p.113
 
YANEY, STANLEY                                              
    Mary and Stanley Yaney [50th anniversary]  4/27/00 p.113
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    Top 10 Stories  12/28/00 p.7
 
YOGAWERKS                                                   
    Yogawerks, Chad Satlow; owner  11/30/00 p.107
 
YOUNGSTROM, THOMAS R.                                       
    La Dolce Vita  11/2/00 p.95
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Local agency fights teen alcohol, drug abuse  8/3/00 p.11
 
ZEILLING, WILLIAM F., DR.                                   
    Zwilling touched many lives throughout area  6/29/00 p.18
 
ZELMAN, MARK                                                
    Tiniest lives spark huge interest  12/21/00 p.25
 
ZIMMERMAN, VICKY                                            
    Spicer, Zimmerman connect again with MSL-West honor 
        10/19/00 p.136
 
ZOBERMAN, LILY                                              
    Teachers hope new magazine is just right  7/27/00 p.B3
 
ZONING                                                      
    LB panel to hear rezoning request  1/6/00 p.6
    Committee grapples with tear-down issue  5/11/00 p.5
    Board close to ok'ing measure restricting size of new homes
        9/14/00 p.9
    Commission approves ordinance limiting first-floor business
        use  9/14/00 p.10
    Duda receives chilly reception at hearing  10/26/00 p.11
    Duda plan forwarded to trustees  11/23/00 p.5
    Duda says next step is deannexation  11/30/00 p.5
    No decision on cemetery's bid for larger storage shed 
        12/21/00 p.8
 
ZUNIGA, DARRELL                                             
    Twin forces  1/20/00 p.93
 
ZUNIGA, JARED                                               
    Twin forces  1/20/00 p.93                              

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