3COM                                                        
    3Com unveils $257 million plan  9/25/97 p.111
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Girl killed in crash  1/9/97 p.5
    Driver in crash gets DUI charge  1/16/97 p.6
    Woman in hospital after crash  2/20/97 p.8
    SB police, medical examiner continue fatal accident probe 
        2/20/97 p.9
    Two women hurt in crash  3/13/97 p.9
    Airbag used to free woman's arm  3/13/97 p.9
    Resident arrested after crash  4/3/97 p.13
    Inverness man still missing  4/10/97 p.13
    Wisconsin pilot walks away from crash in Deer Grove 
        5/22/97 p.8
    Girl's death saddens community  7/24/97 p.5
    Lightning sparks fire  7/24/97 p.12
    Roselli leaves hospital  8/7/97 p.8
    Teen injured in traffic accidents  9/4/97 p.5
    South Barrington intersection has two crashes on same day 
        9/4/97 p.8
    Driver in fatal accident is issued traffic ticket  9/4/97
        p.14
    Bank fund established to help Brooks T. Mann  9/18/97 p.5
    Man pleads to misdemeanor in truck spill  10/2/97 p.11
    Three injured in Inverness as driver dozes at the wheel 
        10/2/97 p.12
    Driver survives crash with commuter train  10/30/97 p.5
    Alsip man is injured in construction accident  11/6/97 p.21
    Woman gives birth after crash  11/13/97 p.5
    Injured teen making slow progress  12/04/97 p.13
 
AILABOUNI, SAID R., REV.                                    
    Local pastor taking international post  10/2/97 p.7
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Fighter plane buzzes Roslyn Road area  7/17/97 p.5
    U.S. Air Force investigating incident  8/14/97 p.6
 
ALEXANDER STILLMAN NATURE CENTER                            
    Winter wonderland  3/6/97 p.94
 
ALL-AMERICAN GYMNASTICS                                     
    Checks are cashed, but gym still closed  3/13/97 p.14
    All-American Gymnastics reopens  3/27/97 p.10
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    Allstate not interested in sewer  3/6/97 p.9
 
AMC REALTY, INC.                                            
    Scurto discloses company's bid for AMC cement project 
        2/27/97 p.10
    Allstate not interested in sewer  3/6/97 p.9
    AMC movie theaters moving along  9/18/97 p.6
    SB board approves AMC's theater plan  11/27/97 p.13
 
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY                               
    American Can site to be sold  2/6/97 p.14
    Mixed-use sought for American Can site  5/1/97 p.5
    Hotel, senior housing eyed for American Can property 
        7/17/97 p.10
    Developers to preview plan  7/24/97 p.10
    Senior housing plan unveiled  7/31/97 p.5
    Senior housing plan studied  8/21/97 p.26
    Senior housing plans studied  10/9/97 p.5
    Commissioner may bow out of hearings  10/23/97 p.6
    Panel studies senior housing plan  11/6/97 p.6
    Hearing process begins for senior living project  11/13/97
        p.8
    Doubts raised about senior housing plan  11/20/97 p.8
    Density, height reduced in senior housing plan  12/4/97 p.5
    Library, developer get on same page  12/25/97 p.5
 
AMERICAN WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE ASSOCIATION                   
    New defense strategy  9/4/97 p.83
 
AMERICANS FOR RESPONSIBLE MEDIA                             
    Media monitors  11/27/97 p.109
 
AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS                                    
    Village to get $300,000 from Ameritech  8/14/97 p.6
 
AMIN, PARTH                                                 
    Student philosopher studies the science of human nature 
        6/12/97 p.33
 
AMOCO OIL COMPANY                                           
    Bank is symbol of downtown's rebirth  1/16/97 p.5
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Inverness becomes a winter haven for geese  2/6/97 p.7
    Dispute may lead village to regulate cats  6/19/97 p.5
    Deer population up in North Barrington  7/3/97 p.6
    My dog can do that  7/31/97 p.85
    Owner responsibility is aim of cat ordinance  8/14/97 p.5
    Canine's canines can get corrected  8/28/97 p.119
    Creature count  9/18/97 p.95
    Beaver builds swimming pool  12/25/97 p.6
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Animal rescue policy amended  1/2/97 p.8
    When their racing days are over greyhound group finds dogs
        a home  1/16/97 p.75
    Board getting in middle of neighbors' cat fight  6/26/97 p.8
    Group offers $50,000 to end annual rodeo  6/26/97 p.12
    Village staff saves baby ducks  7/10/97 p.10
    No arrests are made at Wauconda's rodeo  7/17/97 p.9
    Circus, protesters coming back to Wauconda  9/11/97 p.7
    BG woman pleads guilty to drowning her pet cat  11/13/97
        p.32
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    BH annexes 20-acre site  1/30/97 p.12
    Roslyn Road annexation hearing set  5/1/97 p.6
    SB seek sanitary district annexation  9/4/97 p.6
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Mr. & Mrs. Blanchard Condill  7/3/97 p.94
    Helen and Jim Hawthorne  8/21/97 p.98
    Mildred and Albert Chabrian's 50th wedding anniversary 
        10/9/97 p.106
    Ginny and Larry Baker  12/11/97 p.121
 
ANTHONY, CHARMAINE                                          
    Wings of hope  11/27/97 p.124
 
APTAKISIC-TRIPP DISTRICT 102                                
    Board nixes Jefferson Charter School plan  2/6/97 p.38
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Live racing bets coming in second to simulcast wagers 
        8/7/97 p.24
    Arlington International trots out harness plans  8/28/97
        p.31
    Track scratches 1998  9/11/97 p.10
    Racetrack closing sparks blame debate  9/11/97 p.11
    All bets are off  9/18/97 p.113
    Last call to post  10/9/97 p.8
 
ARLINGTON PLATING COMPANY                                   
    Federal EPA fines local plating firm  11/27/97 p.127
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Visitors say oui to Barrington  4/17/97 p.31
    Scary stories  10/23/97 p.36
    Scary stories  10/30/97 p.35
 
ART                                                         
    Artwork gets removed from courthouse walls  5/29/97 p.10
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Good impressions  6/5/97 p.B3
    Artist finding direction making weather vanes  9/11/97 p.12
 
ASHIDA, NAOKA                                               
    Three injured in Inverness as driver dozes at the wheel 
        10/2/97 p.12
 
ATKINSON, KAREN                                             
    New United Way director named  2/20/97 p.6
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Solid bond  5/8/97 p.B3
    Brief advice  5/15/97 p.89
    The "ize" have it  6/5/97 p.97
    Author relates horrors of post-war life  7/24/97 p.11
    Priest shares sweet truths in "Chocolate"  7/24/97 p.B3
    Hot dog  7/24/97 p.85
    Blooming book  8/28/97 p.97
 
BAKER, GINNY                                                
    Ginny and Larry Baker  12/11/97 p.121
 
BAKER, LARRY                                                
    Ginny and Larry Baker  12/11/97 p.121
 
BAKERS LAKE                                                 
    How Baker's Lake received its name  4/3/97 p.98
    Fire destroys Barrington landmark  10/16/97 p.7
 
BALA, MARK                                                  
    SB teen raises funds for India orphans  5/1/97 p.11
    SB teen helps children in Madras, India  9/4/97 p.11
 
BARKER, DEAN                                                
    Inverness man still missing  4/10/97 p.13
 
BARKER, TERESA                                              
    Moms, daughters bond through books  5/15/97 p.B3
 
BARN OF BARRINGTON (RESTAURANT)                             
    Good man at the keyboard  8/14/97 p.85
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                         
    American Legion to honor past, present post leaders 
        3/20/97 p.110
    Post 158 wins invite minus fanfare  7/10/97 p.111
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    BAAC's art fair to feature local artist's natural look 
        6/12/97 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA BOARD OF REALTORS                           
    Survey:  schools affecting home sales  3/20/97 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber of Commerce picks officers for 1997  2/6/97 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG director Don Klein to retire within three years 
        11/27/97 p.7
    BACOG is Barrington's character witness  12/04/97 p.18
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Sweet sixteen:  Hall of Fame gets new inductees  5/29/97 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    BADC seeks to revive District 220 caucuses  2/6/97 p.8
    New community calendar is online  9/11/97 p.6
    Board:  village won't lose bicycle path grant money 
        12/04/97 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    BAHS officials pushing to preserve village hall  8/7/97 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                      
    League donates books to library  6/12/97 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Library board has vacancy  2/6/97 p.6
    Library makes best sellers available  3/27/97 p.6
    Library thanks 100 volunteers  5/22/97 p.21
    Library gets laser printers  5/29/97 p.6
    League donates books to library  6/12/97 p.6
    Teacher leaves library $60,000  7/10/97 p.12
    Sculpture garden moving ahead  7/24/97 p.96
    Library's new garden starts to blossom  8/28/97 p.7
    Budget  9/18/97 p.120
    Treasurer's Report  10/9/97 p.122
    Gift of music  12/11/97 p.111
    Library, developer get on same page  12/25/97 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR HALL OF FAME                         
    Sweet sixteen:  Hall of Fame gets new inductees  5/29/97 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA SOCCER ASSOCIATION                          
    It was a boot time  9/4/97 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    New United Way director named  2/20/97 p.6
 
BARRINGTON BANK & TRUST                                     
    Bank is symbol of downtown's rebirth  1/16/97 p.5
 
BARRINGTON BEARS (BASEBALL CLUB)                            
    The national past time had a Barrington home  7/3/97 p.92
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Group gives teens a voice  5/15/97 p.9
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Doing it all  6/5/97 p.109
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Trophy fails to tickle Broncos  1/2/97 p.95
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Pohlman's 2 TDs give Broncos winning North season  10/30/97
        p.136
    Playoff fever  11/6/97 p.113
    Knight, Knight  11/13/97 p.133
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Gymnasts ring up North title  5/1/97 p.111
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Broncos again skate to state title  3/20/97 p.132
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Swimmers show their colors at MSL meet  2/20/97 p.106
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Broncos net MSL 3-peat  5/22/97 p.112
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Bronco's invitational title at Grant ends drought  5/8/97
        p.117
 
BARRINGTON CHILDREN'S CHOIR                                 
    Barrington choir enjoys England tour  9/11/97 p.18
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Ex-District 220 supervisor gets $196,000  1/2/97 p.5
    School panel continues deliberations  1/2/97 p.6
    Need for replacing NBS questioned  1/16/97 p.5
    School District 220 gets $2.3 million  1/16/97 p.14
    Referendum decision nears  1/23/97 p.5
    District 220 puts a referendum on April ballot  1/30/97 p.5
    District 220 board rejects charter school proposal  1/30/97
        p.10
    District 220 loses tax judgment  2/6/97 p.5
    BADC seeks to revive District 220 caucuses  2/6/97 p.8
    SEDOL shift sits well with parents  2/6/97 p.34
    District 220 didn't lose Mercury investment  2/13/97 p.6
    Referendum sum triggers changes in building plans  2/13/97
        p.28
    School referendum drive losing some momentum  2/13/97 p.8
    Referendum panel is formed  2/20/97 p.12
    Third round of tax fight won by school district 220 
        2/27/97 p.10
    New lawsuit rises from school tax dispute  3/13/97 p.5
    CAPE crusading for school referendum  3/13/97 p.7
    Survey:  schools affecting home sales  3/20/97 p.5
    District 220 finds new site for South Barrington school 
        3/20/97 p.5
    Formula calculates effect of referendum on tax bill 
        3/20/97 p.10
    Fifth annual speech tournament is best, largest to date 
        3/27/97 p.29
    District 220 board going forward with tax fight  3/27/97
        p.30
    Voters OK bond issue  4/3/97 p.5
    District 220 caucus delegates picked  4/10/97 p.5
    Referendum had broad support  4/10/97 p.7
    Hipsky ready to launch District 220 Foundation  4/10/97 p.9
    Incumbents seek caucus endorsement  4/17/97 p.6
    New schools may lack adequate gym space  4/24/97 p.8
    Caucus set to start nomination process  5/1/97 p.7
    Early estimates of March '98 referendum near $50 million 
        5/1/97 p.9
    Work begins on new schools  5/1/97 p.9
    Citizens Advisory Committee reconvenes for Referendum 2 
        5/8/97 p.10
    Decision on new school chief to be made soon  5/15/97 p.5
    District 220 finds new leader  5/22/97 p.5
    Caucus interviews to start next week  5/22/97 p.18
    Lamberson accepts superintendent post  5/29/97 p.5
    Caucus makes endorsements  6/5/97 p.5
    Givot saying board overreacted during budget discussions 
        6/12/97 p.5
    Judge upholds District 220 tax-base increase ruling 
        6/19/97 p.8
    Debate rages over school site  6/19/97 p.5
    Principals:  Small schools better  6/26/97 p.9
    Officials defend proposed school site  6/26/97 p.5
    Cop chosen for middle schools  6/26/97 p.6
    Wamberg confident school site can be cleaned up  7/3/97 p.5
    SB panel starts review of plan for new school  7/17/97 p.13
    Plan commission studies District 220's school plan  7/24/97
        p.8
    Village cannot veto school site decision  7/24/97 p.8
    Zero-tolerance policy questioned  7/31/97 p.6
    District 220 ends fiscal year with budget surplus  7/31/97
        p.5
    Setback request could be setback for school plans  7/31/97
        p.8
    Board lists conditions for school  8/21/97 p.5
    Ten candidates to run for District 220 board  8/21/97 p.5
    School district hires business manager  8/21/97 p.6
    School construction could start this fall  8/28/97 p.5
    Two more file for District 220 election  8/28/97 p.9
    New law adds to District 220's costs  8/28/97 p.9
    Lamberson gift gets District 220 foundation started  9/4/97
        p.7
    District 220 doesn't need a third middle school  9/4/97 p.8
    BETA members challenge Hansen election petitions  9/4/97
        p.13
    Election petition controversy grows  9/11/97 p.5
    Hansen petition heard  9/18/97 p.8
    Lamberson:  New schools will be ready for next fall 
        9/18/97 p.10
    Muench appeals Hansen decision  9/25/97 p.5
    New schools' design criticized  10/2/97 p.5
    Candidate waiting for judge's decision  10/2/97 p.5
    District 220 budget approved  10/2/97 p.6
    Political punches  10/9/97 p.5
    Plumbing, roofing bids for schools come in high  10/9/97
        p.16
    Candidates spar at forum  10/9/97 p.17
    New schools' fate may be decided tomorrow  10/16/97 p.5
    Heated competition for school board  10/16/97 p.8
    In their own words  10/23/97 p.8
    Debate isn't just money talk  10/23/97 p.10
    Internet site creating controversy for Givot  10/23/97 p.10
    Boards buys land, oks plan  10/23/97 p.5
    Nordquist endorses Hansen  10/23/97 p.6
    Muench appeals ruling  10/23/97 p.13
    School referendum deadline draws near  10/30/97 p.5
    District 220 receives clean audit  10/30/97 p.6
    Appeals court keeps Hanson [sic] on ballot  10/30/97 p.7
    Nordquist files formal complaint against Roeser  10/30/97
        p.7
    In their own words  10/30/97 p.10
    Voters back caucus candidates  11/6/97 p.5
    School redistricting process to begin  11/6/97 p.6
    Lamberson taking train rides to talk with district
        residents  11/6/97 p.11
    School district priorities set  11/13/97 p.5
    New school board elects officers  11/13/97 p.6
    Vets go to schools  11/13/97 p.7
    Park district may help pay for school gym  11/20/97 p.5
    Board mulls options for grade school redistricting 
        11/20/97 p.5
    Superintendent Lamberson offers his views on issues facing
        School District 220  11/20/97 p.24
    Redistricting won't affect most District 220 students 
        11/27/97 p.5
    District 220 election complaints proceed  11/27/97 p.6
    School District 220 ready to issue property tax levy 
        11/27/97 p.8
    Past redistrictings have been painful  12/04/97 p.9
    State school bill could help Unit District 220  12/04/97
        p.10
    Addition of new school may cause community division 
        12/11/97 p.5
    Correction to story of 12/04/97  12/11/97 p.6
    CAC, staff present differing high school renovation plans 
        12/11/97 p.8
    Groundbreaking for new school set  12/11/97 p.12
    Board unveils redistricting plan  12/25/97 p.7
    District 220 school rehabs could cost $68.5 million 
        12/25/97 p.8
    Getting something out of giving  12/25/97 p.25
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire station construction back on track  1/2/97 p.5
    Animal rescue policy amended  1/2/97 p.8
    Tax levy approved  1/2/97 p.8
    Firefighters at new station arrive in only one minute 
        6/26/97 p.9
    New fire station gets rave reviews  7/3/97 p.7
    Fire district passes sprinkler ordinance  8/14/97 p.8
    Vision quest  11/27/97 p.101
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Annual Report  2/27/97 p.86
    Annual budget  11/27/97 p.117
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    District 220 loses tax judgment  2/6/97 p.5
    Givot saying board overreacted during budget discussions 
        6/12/97 p.5
    BETA members challenge Hansen election petitions  9/4/97
        p.13
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Murdock named all-tourney as Fillies take 5th at McAuley 
        1/2/97 p.96
    Experienced BG team ends Fillies' postseason run  3/6/97
        p.120
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Fillies floor MSL with 141.575 tally  2/6/97 p.121
    Gymnasts roll at Meadows  12/11/97 p.141
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Sweet sweep  5/8/97 p.118
    Fillies chase down Vikes, North title  5/22/97 p.111
    Webb's slam lifts Fillies to MSL crown  5/29/97 p.108
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM TEAM)                              
    JV swimmers capture MSL  10/30/97 p.140
    Undaunted  11/20/97 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Fillies net three doubles titles, second consecutive MSL
        crown  10/16/97 p.130
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Automatic aid deal signed  1/9/97 p.16
    Panel:  put police, fire departments on Route 14  6/19/97
        p.9
    Firefighters at new station arrive in only one minute 
        6/26/97 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    BHS grad having a blast as a movie model maker  1/2/97 p.10
    Going full circle  1/2/97 p.23
    Making the connection  1/23/97 p.25
    Millers making their marks  1/30/97 p.98
    Pirate's pleasures  3/6/97 p.7
    Banner day:  BHS flag team hosts regional tournament 
        3/13/97 p.29
    Contest causes complications  3/13/97 p.34
    Ice dreams:  girls in hockey league of their own  3/13/97
        p.94
    Correction to story of 3/13/97  3/20/97 p.6
    Copping an attitude:  new club gives students insight into
        police work  3/20/97 p.33
    Honor roll  3/20/97 p.34
    BHS pom squad takes third in state  3/20/97 p.7
    BHS Orchesis show set  4/10/97 p.11
    Gym-dandy coach  4/10/97 p.115
    BHS student achievements on display Tuesday night  4/17/97
        p.9
    BHS choirs hit right notes  4/24/97 p.6
    Making merry  4/24/97 p.27
    Memoirs are made of this  5/1/97 p.27
    Something worth singing about  5/8/97 p.22
    Honor roll  5/22/97 p.31
    Donation is a positive sign for Barrington High School 
        5/29/97 p.10
    Class of 1997  6/12/97 p.7
    Student philosopher studies the science of human nature 
        6/12/97 p.33
    Class of 1997  6/26/97 p.28
    Plan commission not sold on BHS sign  7/10/97 p.9
    News flash:  BHS gets sign permit  7/31/97 p.11
    Funds still needed for BHS sign  8/7/97 p.6
    National test proves BHS students have merit  8/14/97 p.7
    Learning parking lot redesign is first lesson for BHS
        students  8/28/97 p.8
    Police warn students about dangers in traffic  9/11/97 p.5
    BHS art teacher is recovering from illness  10/2/97 p.7
    BHS students are rallying to aid injured classmate  10/2/97
        p.8
    Homecoming hoedown  10/9/97 p.7
    High school sweethearts  10/23/97 p.101
    Salem witch hunt is subject of play  11/6/97 p.7
    Ryan picks BHS grad as running mate  11/13/97 p.11
    Student's choreography featured  11/20/97 p.5
    Registration drive nets 20 new voters at BHS  11/20/97 p.27
    Injured teen making slow progress  12/04/97 p.13
    Making the A list  12/04/97 p.35
    Madrigal music enjoys a renaissance  12/11/97 p.27
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Fire station construction back on track  1/2/97 p.5
    Fire destroys Barrington Hills home  1/2/97 p.7
    Another challenger enters BH village president race 
        1/23/97 p.8
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
    BH board nixes road referendum  1/30/97 p.6
    BH annexes 20-acre site  1/30/97 p.12
    BH robbery suspect acquitted  2/20/97 p.12
    BH residents call for traffic relief  3/6/97 p.5
    Feds blooming after finding rare flower  3/13/97 p.5
    BH candidates talking traffic  3/13/97 p.12
    BH residents polled on gated-street idea  3/13/97 p.13
    Duresa challenges three incumbents  3/20/97 p.9
    Fossler, Kuechmann run for two-year trustee seat  3/20/97
        p.9
    BH officer files EEOC complaint  4/3/97 p.12
    Kempe wins again  4/3/97 p.8
    Fossler, wins by five votes  4/3/97 p.8
    Antenna revenue boosts road improvements  5/29/97 p.7
    New fire station almost finished  6/5/97 p.9
    BH board votes to keep Timoch as DARE officer  6/5/97 p.10
    BH polo matches set  6/12/97 p.12
    Weaving a web (site)  6/19/97 p.89
    Barrington Hills has a polo party  6/26/97 p.7
    Firefighters at new station arrive in only one minute 
        6/26/97 p.9
    New fire station gets rave reviews  7/3/97 p.7
    IRS closes Dickinson Day Care  7/10/97 p.5
    BH fire causes $12,000 damage  7/10/97 p.6
    Devilish prank leads to 5 arrests  7/17/97 p.5
    No horsing around  7/17/97 p.8
    Teens receive punishment for roles in devilish prank 
        7/31/97 p.10
    New BH village hall entrance open  10/30/97 p.6
    Treasurer's report  10/30/97 p.122
    BH cops seek burglary suspect  11/6/97 p.8
    Cops arrest teens with molotov cocktails  11/13/97 p.5
    Barrington Hills teen is among nation's best  11/13/97 p.10
    State almost finished with Barrington Hills roadwork 
        11/13/97 p.10
    Hunting class stresses sportsmanship, safety  11/27/97 p.7
    Barrington Hills considers outdoor lighting ordinance 
        12/04/97 p.13
    BH cultivates agreement with nursery  12/11/97 p.6
    BH board to review rule of its roads  12/25/97 p.14
    BH man is running for state senate seat  12/25/97 p.22
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    Metro champs  7/17/97 p.107
    Hurricanes hike win streak to 23 games  7/24/97 p.112
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    Geshwender named president of BJWC  8/28/97 p.107
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    No barriers:  students are shown how disabilities can be
        overcome  2/6/97 p.33
    Prairie School gets rezoned, permit  2/13/97 p.6
    Problem-based learning  2/27/97 p.25
    Honor roll  3/6/97 p.29
    Prairie students put on play  3/13/97 p.7
    Prairie Campus honored for design  4/17/97 p.14
    Prairie math teacher to spend year in Turkey  6/19/97 p.7
    Learning by the book  7/3/97 p.23
    Honor roll  7/10/97 p.26
    Honor roll  7/17/97 p.24
    New wing may open after school starts  12/11/97 p.6
    Honor roll  12/11/97 p.28
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Picture this  1/9/97 p.25
    Students state their cases  1/30/97 p.24
    Golden spirit:  actress provides students with profile in
        courage  3/6/97 p.27
    Honor roll  3/6/97 p.29
    Station students protesting dress code  4/10/97 p.5
    Bomb threat at school was hoax  4/10/97 p.6
    Station scores in Scholastic Bowl  4/17/97 p.14
    Station team is fifth-best in state meet  4/24/97 p.13
    Station to stage Oliver  5/15/97 p.11
    Honor roll  7/10/97 p.27
    Honor roll  12/11/97 p.29
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Four seeking park board's two seats  1/9/97 p.6
    Garry named to state park district post  1/9/97 p.7
    Park district dives ahead with leisure pool plans  4/24/97
        p.8
    Pool plan makes waves  5/1/97 p.10
    Creamer:  Pool plan may drown district in debt  5/8/97 p.10
    Park seeks pool estimate  5/22/97 p.7
    Two proposed antennas may bring revenue to park district 
        5/22/97 p.8
    Park District is unlikely to have new pool by '98  6/26/97
        p.8
    Divers to conduct dye tests on pool today  7/3/97 p.7
    Tests indicate pools aren't holding water  7/10/97 p.10
    Study:  pools can't be saved  7/17/97 p.13
    Board seeks to open new pool July 4, 1998  7/24/97 p.10
    Few give input on pool plan  7/31/97 p.9
    Creamer:  club should help pay for an eight-lane pool 
        8/7/97 p.8
    Smaller pool plan still has something for everybody 
        8/14/97 p.9
    Park improvements almost complete  8/21/97 p.6
    Barrington park board hires pool architect  8/28/97 p.9
    Richard E. Miller Park to be dedicated  9/11/97 p.6
    Board passes $3.2 million pool plan  9/18/97 p.5
    Plan commission endorses park district's pool plan 
        10/16/97 p.7
    Pool plan making a splash with the Barrington board 
        11/6/97 p.8
    Park district may help pay for school gym  11/20/97 p.5
    Pool groundbreaking ceremony set  11/20/97 p.6
    Falling to pieces  12/11/97 p.13
 
BARRINGTON SPORTSPLEX                                       
    Giant sports mall proposed  5/29/97 p.5
    Sportsplex may neighbor theater  9/25/97 p.5
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Creamer:  club should help pay for an eight-lane pool 
        8/7/97 p.8
    Delcore breaks BSC record at Junior Olympic state meet 
        8/7/97 p.112
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Treasurer's report  5/15/97 p.114
    Scavenger sale schedule  6/19/97 p.104
    Real property assessments  10/16/97 p.125
    Siebel to leave county board, seek Circuit Court judgeship 
        11/27/97 p.10
    Delinquencies  12/11/97 p.127
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN STATION                                    
    Village budget includes train station renovation  4/24/97
        p.9
    Village to add $700,000 to Metra station project  6/12/97
        p.8
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Church sees Sharpe off  10/23/97 p.7
 
BARRINGTON VENTURE LLC                                      
    American Can site to be sold  2/6/97 p.14
    Mixed-use sought for American Can site  5/1/97 p.5
    Hotel, senior housing eyed for American Can property 
        7/17/97 p.10
    Developers to preview plan  7/24/97 p.10
    Senior housing plan unveiled  7/31/97 p.5
    Senior housing plan studied  8/21/97 p.26
    Senior housing plans studied  10/9/97 p.5
    Commissioner may bow out of hearings  10/23/97 p.6
    Panel studies senior housing plan  11/06/97 p.6
    Hearing process begins for senior living project  11/13/97
        p.8
    Doubts raised about senior housing plan  11/20/97 p.8
    Density, height reduced in senior housing plan  12/04/97 p.5
    Library, developer get on same page  12/25/97 p.5
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH BASEBALL                                   
    BYB hopes to score with helmet auction  4/10/97 p.9
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    BYS receives $4,999 grant  3/13/97 p.112
    Group gives teens a voice  5/15/97 p.9
    Barrington Youth Service celebrating its 25th year  8/21/97
        p.8
    Funding sought for teen government organization  11/6/97 p.7
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    End of the Szymanski era  1/2/97 p.73
    Ex-officer files federal lawsuit against village  1/9/97 p.5
    New condos eyed for Hough Street  1/9/97 p.16
    Automatic aid deal signed  1/9/97 p.16
    Village holds banner design contest  1/23/97 p.6
    Changes at village hall reflect changes in village  1/23/97
        p.85
    Changes you can bank on  1/23/97 p.99
    Chestnut may go to St. Anne  1/30/97 p.12
    More debate ahead on helmet law  1/30/97 p.12
    Financing downtown facelift is discussed  2/6/97 p.9
    American Can site to be sold  2/6/97 p.14
    Resident settles suit with village, Metra  2/13/97 p.7
    Village seeks to improve troublesome street corner  2/13/97
        p.10
    Village seeks antenna sites  2/13/97 p.12
    Antenna may go on top of post office  2/20/97 p.6
    Vote on bike helmet law expected soon  2/20/97 p.7
    Developer may scrap Hough condo project  2/20/97 p.8
    Barrington passes bike helmet law  2/27/97 p.5
    Area road projects won't slow traffic  2/27/97 p.12
    Critics react to helmet law  3/6/97 p.12
    Community to debate old village hall's fate  3/13/97 p.8
    GE Capital, 700 jobs, staying in village  3/27/97 p.5
    Nicholson quits manager post  4/3/97 p.7
    Residents seek to derail museum's train exhibit  4/10/97 p.8
    Village may court teen peer juries  4/10/97 p.12
    Recycling rate raised  4/10/97 p.12
    Village gets grant  4/10/97 p.13
    Antique mall proposed at Seigle's site  4/17/97 p.5
    Plan panel recommends mall approval  4/24/97 p.5
    Village budget includes train station renovation  4/24/97
        p.9
    Neighbors' fear of flooding prompts Roslyn Road fight 
        4/24/97 p.9
    Mixed-use sought for American Can site  5/1/97 p.5
    Board oks train exhibit  5/1/97 p.5
    Path proposed to link Miller, Langendorf parks  5/1/97 p.8
    Municipal referendum picture still unclear  5/8/97 p.7
    Tenants begin lining up for Market Center mall  5/8/97 p.8
    Marketing Barrington  5/8/97 p.107
    Market Center gets Village Board ok  5/15/97 p.6
    Village ok's condos at BFI creekside site  5/15/97 p.8
    Village won't forget meaning of holiday  5/22/97 p.5
    Memorial moments  5/29/97 p.7
    Villages [sic] takes EJ&E stand  5/29/97 p.9
    Correction to story of 5/29/97  6/5/97 p.6
    Village to add $700,000 to Metra station project  6/12/97
        p.8
    Cops give "tickets" to helmet wearers  6/12/97 p.10
    Have a say in Barrington's future  6/19/97 p.6
    Evergreen Cemetery zoning becomes subject of debate 
        6/19/97 p.8
    Panel:  put police, fire departments on Route 14  6/19/97
        p.9
    Judge trims charges from lawsuit filed against village 
        6/26/97 p.5
    Board getting in middle of neighbors' cat fight  6/26/97 p.8
    PrimeCo seeks tower site  7/3/97 p.10
    Village keeps site options open  7/10/97 p.5
    Sex offender moves to Barrington  7/10/97 p. 6
    Barrington celebrates July 4th  7/10/97 p.7
    Plan commission not sold on BHS sign  7/10/97 p.9
    Village staff saves baby ducks  7/10/97 p.10
    Fighter plane buzzes Roslyn Road area  7/17/97 p.5
    Hotel, senior housing eyed for American Can property 
        7/17/97 p.10
    Panel:  move or demolish village hall  7/17/97 p.11
    Plan commission studies District 220's school plan  7/24/97
        p.8
    Village cannot veto school site decision  7/24/97 p.8
    Developers to preview plan  7/24/97 p.10
    Senior housing plan unveiled  7/31/97 p.5
    BAHS officials pushing to preserve village hall  8/7/97 p.10
    Board opposes private streets  8/7/97 p.14
    Village to get $1 million from state  8/14/97 p.5
    Owner responsibility is aim of cat ordinance  8/14/97 p.5
    U.S. Air Force investigating incident  8/14/97 p.6
    Libertarian doesn't have PULL with village board  8/14/97
        p.8
    Klehm development talk cancelled  8/21/97 p.6
    Children rewarded for bicycle safety  8/21/97 p.11
    Senior housing plan studied  8/21/97 p.26
    Intersection safety to be reviewed  8/21/97 p.26
    Businesses seek second-story sales  8/21/97 p.28
    Downtown parking to be analyzed  8/21/97 p.28
    Village hall referendum put on ballot  8/28/97 p.5
    Village rejects PrimeCo plan  8/28/97 p.23
    Fire chief proposes sprinkler law  9/11/97 p.8
    Firm hired to update plan  9/11/97 p.8
    Metra station renovation project getting start soon 
        9/18/97 p.8
    Village to spread word on referendum  9/25/97 p.9
    Senior housing plans studied  10/9/97 p.5
    Village referendum push begins  10/16/97 p.5
    Commissioner may bow out of hearings  10/23/97 p.6
    Officials answer referendum questions  10/23/97 p.12
    Annual treasurer's report  10/23/97 p.120
    Officials:  Inverness pays fair share for cop coverage 
        10/30/97 p.11
    Voters ok $9.99 million village bond issue  11/6/97 p.5
    Panel studies senior housing plan  11/6/97 p.6
    Hearing process begins for senior living project  11/13/97
        p.8
    Lessons from the past  11/13/97 p.99
    Doubts raised about senior housing plan  11/20/97 p.8
    Village board set to vote on sprinkler ordinance  11/27/97
        p.9
    Clarification of sprinkler ordinance  12/04/97 p.6
    Board:  village won't lose bicycle path grant money 
        12/04/97 p.8
    Proposed property tax increase  12/04/97 p.135
    Barrington oks home sprinkler law  12/11/97 p.5
    Townhouses proposed for site at Dundee and Grove  12/11/97
        p.9
    Board oks PrimeCo antenna  12/11/97 p.12
    Architect hired for police, fire facility  12/11/97 p.12
    About 300 families are helped  12/25/97 p.5
    Barrington takes part in peer jury program  12/25/97 p.20
 
BASH, FLORA                                                 
    Flora Bash remembered as vital force for the arts  12/04/97
        p.8
 
BATES, DANNY                                                
    Bates pleads guilty  5/15/97 p.14
 
BAZOS CLEANERS                                              
    Bazos Cleaners; Kim and Jason Uncha, owners  4/24/97 p.103
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Protesters picket office of state rep Beaubien  3/6/97 p.9
    Beaubien to run again  11/6/97 p.9
 
BEEBE, ADAM                                                 
    Area teen gets movie tryout  11/20/97 p.13
 
BEEHAN, SHARON LEE                                          
    Driver survives crash with commuter train  10/30/97 p.5
 
BEESE, LORENA                                               
    Beese make major scientific discovery  4/17/97 p.6
 
BENSON, RAYMOND                                             
    Solid bond  5/8/97 p.B3
 
BERGMAN, SUSAN                                              
    Subjects matter  1/30/97 p.77
 
BEVERLY INN                                                 
    Out with the old, inn with the new  8/28/97 p.30
 
BICYCLING                                                   
    Helmet law is amended  3/13/97 p.5
    Barrington businessman is lobbyist for bike issues  4/10/97
        p.10
    Deerfield following Barrington's lead  6/12/97 p.10
    Children rewarded for bicycle safety  8/21/97 p.11
    Board:  village won't lose bicycle path grant money 
        12/04/97 p.8
 
BILLINGSLEY, HOBIE                                          
    Lessons from a legend  1/9/97 p.97
 
BILOXI GRILL (RESTAURANT)                                   
    New owners are exited about southern twist  1/16/97 p.89
    The spirit of giving  12/11/97 p.120
 
BILTMORE MANOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Development raising Flint Creek concerns  1/2/97 p.9
    Biltmore Manor gets conditional ok  1/30/97 p.12
    Tree cutting alarms neighbors  4/24/97 p.5
    NB tree controversy continues  5/1/97 p.6
 
BLESSINGS                                                   
    Blessings; Pat Boho, owner  2/6/97 p.89
 
BLOTTIAUX, JAMES                                            
    Cops arrest man for 1965 murders  12/25/97 p.21
 
BOHO, PAT                                                   
    Blessings; Pat Boho, owner  2/6/97 p.89
 
BOLDT METRONICS INTERNATIONAL                               
    Boldt Metronics International; Mel Boldt, owner  9/4/97 p.97
 
BOLDT, MEL                                                  
    Boldt Metronics International; Mel Boldt, owner  9/4/97 p.97
 
BOLSER, CHARLES, REV.                                       
    Viator's visionary  1/30/97 p.23
 
BOPP, MARK A.                                               
    Man arrested after being mooned by teens 9/25/97 p.8
 
BORNHOFF, WILLIAM                                           
    Bornhoff recognized for volunteer efforts  1/2/97 p.80
 
BORST, TOM                                                  
    Resident settles suit with village, Metra  2/13/97 p.7
 
BOULAY, RALPH                                               
    Final crossing  6/19/97 p.25
 
BRAITHWAITE, BILL                                           
    Tower suit may need new lawyer  2/20/97 p.12
 
BRAITHWAITE, J. WILLIAMS                                    
    Braithwaite wins service award  6/19/97 p.14
 
BROWN, LINDA                                                
    Resident is finalist for teacher award  3/6/97 p.6
 
BROWN, MEL                                                  
    Master ski teacher  2/13/97 p.91
 
BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES, INC.                            
    New condos eyed for Hough Street  1/9/97 p.16
    Village ok's condos at BFI creekside site  5/15/97 p.8
    Energy field  11/27/97 p.125
    Bye, bye BFI  12/11/97 p.7
 
BROWN'S CHICKEN AND PASTA RESTAURANT                        
    Brown's task force checks new prints  1/16/97 p.22
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Gaalaas bids farewell to Buehler  1/23/97 p.84
 
BUFFALO GROVE, ILL.                                         
    BG woman pleads guilty to drowning her pet cat  11/13/97
        p.32
 
BUNDA, JOHN                                                 
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
 
BURGESS, NANCY                                              
    Blooming book  8/28/97 p.97
 
BURNSIDE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                               
    New condos eyed for Hough Street  1/9/97 p.16
    Developer may scrap Hough condo project  2/20/97 p.8
    Village ok's condos at BFI creekside site  5/15/97 p.8
 
BURROUGHS, HARRY                                            
    Commissioner may bow out of hearings  10/23/97 p.6
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Disabled workers get the job done  1/9/97 p.89
    Changes you can bank on  1/23/97 p.99
    Malls are proving beneficial to Huntley and Vernon Hills 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Plants, jobs heading out of country  2/6/97 p.113
    Millennium monster waits in wings  2/13/97 p.109
    Lifetime jobs no longer a reality  4/10/97 p.107
    Antique mall proposed at Seigle's site  4/17/97 p.5
    Marketing Barrington  5/8/97 p.107
    Numbers game [telephone area codes]  7/31/97 p.101
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Classic Collection; Jerrie Jacobs-Grobman, owner  1/30/97
        p.89
    Blessings; Pat Boho, owner  2/6/97 p.89
    O'Grady's Brewery & Pub; Dan, Arthur and Dave O'Grady,
        owners  2/20/97 p.97
    Custom Cup; John Russell, owner  2/27/97 p.97
    K-9 Poop Patrol; Brian Gielicz, owner  4/17/97 p.125
    Bazos Cleaners; Kim and Jason Uncha, owners  4/24/97 p.103
    Meadow Lane Products, Inc.; Mary Kopidlansky, owner  5/1/97
        p.103
    Custom Classics; Bryan Reehoff and Mike Simms, owners 
        5/15/97 p.101
    Stirlen-Piper & Davenport Funeral Home; Jack and Lisa
        Davenport, owners  6/12/97 p.111
    Wild Onion Brewing Company; Patrick, Mike and John Kainz,
        owners  6/19/97 p.103
    Sisters Too, Inc.; Ginny Sweeney and Mary Anne Warton,
        owners  6/26/97 p.99
    Boldt Metronics International; Mel Boldt, owner  9/4/97 p.97
    3Com unveils $257 million plan  9/25/97 p.111
    Syd Simon Day Spa; Cathy Ramstadt, owner  12/04/97 p.149
 
BUTERA, PAUL                                                
    Resident organizes newspaper protest  7/24/97 p.13
 
BYERS, STEVEN                                               
    Protected islands  10/2/97 p.94
 
CAMPBELL, GREG                                              
    Cop plans to sue rodeo protesters  5/15/97 p.12
    Rodeo protester plans to appeal  5/29/97 p.13
    Protester ordered to steer clear of Wauconda rodeo  7/3/97
        p.13
 
CANTIERI, TONY                                              
    Heagerty, Cantieri join TL board  4/3/97 p.9
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Cary board ok's business zoning for Fox River site  1/2/97
        p.14
    A house built for a count  5/1/97 p.96
    Village of Cary joins condemnation suit  10/2/97 p.29
 
CASTRO, GUILLERMO                                           
    Cops nab sexual assault suspect  12/25/97 p.9
 
CATLOW THEATER                                              
    Catlow parking problem needs solution  2/27/97 p.6
    Catlow celebrates 70th anniversary  5/22/97 p.6
 
CENTURY DEVELOPMENT GROUP                                   
    Lawyer:  remains removed before permit was granted  3/20/97
        p.8
    Monument proposed for burial site  3/27/97 p.7
 
CHABRIAN, ALBERT E.                                         
    Mildred and Albert Chabrian's 50th wedding anniversary 
        10/9/97 p.106
 
CHABRIAN, MILDRED M.                                        
    Mildred and Albert Chabrian's 50th wedding anniversary 
        10/9/97 p.106
 
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY               
    Resident settles suit with village, Metra  2/13/97 p.7
 
CHICAGO ANIMAL RIGHTS COALITION                             
    Circus, protesters coming back to Wauconda  9/11/97 p.7
 
CHICAGO AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY                           
    Route 53 and EJ&E plans cause CATS controversy  4/10/97 p.24
 
CHICAGO CARDINALS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                           
    Gone but not forgotten  8/14/97 p.110
 
CHICAGO HIGHLANDS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                        
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
 
CIRAN, DUSAN                                                
    Good impressions  6/5/97 p.B3
 
CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                 
    Referendum panel is formed  2/20/97 p.12
    Citizens Advisory Committee reconvenes for Referendum 2 
        5/8/97 p.10
    CAC, staff present differing high school renovation plans 
        12/11/97 p.8
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    CFC honors volunteers  2/6/97 p.6
    Money may be gone, but there's still land to buy  8/7/97 p.
        5
    CFC efforts have paid off for prairie  8/7/97 p.7
 
CLASSIC COLLECTION                                          
    Classic Collection; Jerrie Jacobs-Grobman, owner  1/30/97
        p.89
 
CLAYTON, VERNA                                              
    Barrington man challenges incumbent Verna Clayton  11/6/97
        p.9
    Clayton announces political retirement  11/20/97 p.12
    Lake County board member may seek to succeed Clayton 
        11/27/97 p.13
 
CLEVELAND BALLET DANCING WHEELS                             
    No barriers:  students are shown how disabilities can be
        overcome  2/6/97 p.33
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    Program may form nucleus for 4-year county university 
        1/2/97 p.25
    CLC to buy land for $7.1 million  10/2/97 p.34
 
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                               
    Coast clear for District 300 candidates  9/25/97 p.7
 
COMPREHENSIVE AFFORDABLE PLAN FOR EDUCATION                 
    CAPE crusading for school referendum  3/13/97 p.7
    Survey:  schools affecting home sales  3/20/97 p.5
 
CONDILL, BLANCHARD                                          
    Mr. & Mrs. Blanchard Condill  7/3/97 p.94
 
CONDILL, FERN                                               
    Mr. & Mrs. Blanchard Condill  7/3/97 p.94
 
CONTRERAS, OSCAR                                            
    In full swing  7/24/97 p.111
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest plan calls for more project monitoring  1/23/97 p.11
    County eases ban on forest restoration  2/20/97 p.11
    County appoints restoration panel  4/10/97 p.22
 
COOK COUNTY THIRD DISTRICT COURT                            
    Artwork gets removed from courthouse walls  5/29/97 p.10
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Cook County treasurer to hold scavenger sale  6/19/97 p.105
    Scavenger sale schedule  6/19/97 p.104
    Siebel to leave county board, seek Circuit Court judgeship 
        11/27/97 p.10
    Skokie democrat to challenge John Stroger for president
        post  11/27/97 p.10
    Delinquencies  12/11/97 p.127
 
COOKE, ROBERT                                               
    Two dead after 16-hour standoff  9/18/97 p.7
    Friends unaware of marijuana  9/25/97 p.12
 
CORBETT, PAUL                                               
    It happened here  8/28/97 p.22
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Storied life:  Author seeks to demystify book publishing 
        2/13/97 p.27
    Stranger danger reported  9/4/97 p.22
    Traditional wisdom  10/16/97 p.31
 
COWHEY, BONNIE                                              
    Volunteer is honored by Sparrow  7/24/97 p.14
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Bird views eyed  5/15/97 p.7
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane hosts open house at new office on Route 14  3/27/97
        p.9
    Senator Durbin's nephew may challenge Crane  7/10/97 p.21
    McSweeney may challenge Crane  12/11/97 p.12
    Pundits:  McSweeney needs major money to beat Phil Crane 
        12/25/97 p.23
 
CREAMER, FRANK                                              
    Creamer:  Pool plan may drown district in debt  5/8/97 p.10
    Creamer:  club should help pay for an eight-lane pool 
        8/7/97 p.8
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Student jailed on drug charge  1/2/97 p.8
    Tail light signals cops in pot bust  1/9/97 p.13
    Teacher cleared in battery case  1/16/97 p.6
    Driver in crash gets DUI charge  1/16/97 p.6
    Brown's task force checks new prints  1/16/97 p.22
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
    Man with a gun robs pharmacy  1/23/97 p.14
    Sides square off in court in Lichtman estate fight  1/30/97
        p.5
    Police still searching for armed robber  1/30/97 p.6
    Ruling pending on Lichtman case  2/6/97 p.6
    Davis indicted for homicide  2/6/97 p.12
    Judge puts niece back on Lichtman board  2/20/97 p.5
    Shotkoski family unhappy, resigned to plea bargain  2/20/97
        p.9
    Dish-washing woman gets charged with trespassing  2/20/97
        p.10
    BH robbery suspect acquitted  2/20/97 p.12
    Child abduction suspect sought  2/27/97 p.6
    Tower Lakes woman robbed  3/6/97 p.9
    Schaumburg woman is carjacking victim  3/13/97 p.24
    Barrington man receives a seven-year prison term  3/27/97
        p.10
    Deer Park site subject of bribery probe  3/27/97 p.11
    Cabbie carjacked at forest preserve  4/3/97 p.13
    Resident arrested after crash  4/3/97 p.13
    Woman is arrested for the 145th time  4/17/97 p.9
    Bates pleads guilty  5/15/97 p.14
    Driver in fatal BH crash gets 10 months in prison  5/15/97
        p.22
    Village official shot  6/5/97 p.5
    Hines recovering at home  6/12/97 p.14
    Alarm reported stolen from car in Inverness  6/26/97 p.14
    Sex offender moves to Barrington  7/10/97 p. 6
    Devilish prank leads to 5 arrests  7/17/97 p.5
    Teens receive punishment for roles in devilish prank 
        7/31/97 p.10
    Inverness street is hit by vandals  8/28/97 p. 7
    It happened here  8/28/97 p.22
    Thieves crack store's safe  9/4/97 p.10
    Driver in fatal accident is issued traffic ticket  9/4/97
        p.14
    Girl, 17, reports harassment by man impersonating cop 
        9/11/97 p.9
    Two dead after 16-hour standoff  9/18/97 p.7
    Car theft suspects nabbed  9/18/97 p.24
    Man arrested after being mooned by teens 9/25/97 p.8
    Barrington kids among 19 arrested  9/25/97 p.9
    Friends unaware of marijuana  9/25/97 p.12
    Man pleads to misdemeanor in truck spill  10/2/97 p.11
    Cary man is charged with selling steroids  10/2/97 p.12
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
    BH cops seek burglary suspect  11/6/97 p.8
    Cops arrest teens with molotov cocktails  11/13/97 p.5
    Man found not guilty of battery  11/13/97 p.23
    Reward is offered for information on vandals  11/13/97 p.23
    BG woman pleads guilty to drowning her pet cat  11/13/97
        p.32
    Bond is $300 million for suspect arrested in big cocaine
        bust  11/27/97 p.24
    Limo found in ditch, police arrest driver  12/4/97 p.23
    Cops catch suspected car thief  12/4/97 p.32
    Murder suspects charged  12/4/97 p.33
    Cops nab sexual assault suspect  12/25/97 p.9
    Barrington takes part in peer jury program  12/25/97 p.20
    Cops arrest man for 1965 murders  12/25/97 p.21
 
CUBA MARSH                                                  
    Denture discovery prompts Cuba Marsh police search  4/10/97
        p.8
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Cuba Township candidates slated  1/9/97 p.6
    Assessment  3/20/97 p.119
    Cuba Township trustee retires after 22 years  5/22/97 p.7
    Township asks forest district for land to build soccer
        field  8/21/97 p.8
    Assessment  11/13/97 p.117
 
CUSTOM CLASSICS                                             
    Custom Classics; Bryan Reehoff and Mike Simms, owners 
        5/15/97 p.101
 
CUSTOM CUP
    Custom Cup; John Russell, owner  2/27/97 p.97
 
CUSTOM SOURCES                                              
    Builder eyes Starkist property  12/11/97 p.13
 
DANCERS (NIGHTCLUB)                                         
    Sign drops town name  5/22/97 p.22
 
DAVENPORT, JACK                                             
    Stirlen-Piper & Davenport Funeral Home; Jack and Lisa
        Davenport, owners  6/12/97 p.111
 
DAVENPORT, LISA                                             
    Stirlen-Piper & Davenport Funeral Home; Jack and Lisa
        Davenport, owners  6/12/97 p.111
 
DAVIS, BENJAMIN C.                                          
    Girl killed in crash  1/9/97 p.5
    Driver in crash gets DUI charge  1/16/97 p.6
    Davis indicted for homicide  2/6/97 p.12
    Driver in fatal BH crash gets 10 months in prison  5/15/97
        p.22
 
DE JESU, LAUREN                                             
    Lovett, VonderHaar, DeJesu win LB seats  4/3/97 p.10
 
DE MAU MAU [GANG]                                           
    It happened here  8/28/97 p.22
 
DEER GROVE FOREST PRESERVE                                  
    Wisconsin pilot walks away from crash in Deer Grove 
        5/22/97 p.8
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park president stepping down  1/9/97 p.6
    Deer Park site subject of bribery probe  3/27/97 p.11
    County pitching mound septic system to village  5/8/97 p.9
    LZ board is reviewing Deer Park cop service  7/24/97 p.7
    Villages nearing agreement on police-services contract 
        7/31/97 p.7
    Deer Park won't be getting Lake Zurich cop coverage  8/7/97
        p.9
    Deer Park development talk creating concern  10/23/97 p.5
    Deer Park moves village offices  12/25/97 p.6
 
DEERFIELD, ILL.                                             
    Deerfield following Barrington's lead  6/12/97 p.10
 
DEL RE, GARY                                                
    Del Re to face challenger in Lake County sheriff race 
        12/11/97 p.23
 
DELCORE, KEELY                                              
    Delcore breaks BSC record at Junior Olympic state meet 
        8/7/97 p.112
 
DI JOHN, JOSEPH                                             
    Retiring Pace director to get pension, salary  11/20/97 p.14
 
DICK, ROBERT                                                
    Court decision frustrates couple  2/13/97 p.7
 
DICKINSON DAY CARE CENTER                                   
    IRS closes Dickinson Day Care  7/10/97 p.5
 
DIECKHOFF, TERRY                                            
    Gym-dandy coach  4/10/97 p.115
 
DOYLE, ERIN                                                 
    Dandy Doyle  5/15/97 p.111
 
DRAUT, DYLAN E.                                             
    Resident arrested after crash  4/3/97 p.13
 
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION                             
    BH board votes to keep Timoch as DARE officer  6/5/97 p.10
    DARE run may net $2,000  10/16/97 p.10
 
DUNCAN, CRAIG                                               
    Local doctor accepts smiles as payment  8/21/97 p.89
 
DURBIN, DANIEL                                              
    Senator Durbin's nephew may challenge Crane  7/10/97 p.21
 
DURESA, BONNIE                                              
    Duresa challenges three incumbents  3/20/97 p.9
 
EADY, KATHY                                                 
    Lake in the Hills boy is year's first baby  1/9/97 p.7
 
EARTH WISDOM LABYRINTH                                      
    Labyrinth rocks get relocated  5/8/97 p.7
 
EAST PARK                                                   
    Richard E. Miller Park to be dedicated  9/11/97 p.6
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    IGAPs tackle the tricky task of judging students' writing 
        1/9/97 p.26
    Charter school's roots are deep in different ideology 
        1/16/97 p.28
    Plan spells out charter school's curriculum  1/16/97 p.29
    Charter school's roots are deep in different ideology 
        1/16/97 p.28
    Plan spells out charter school's curriculum  1/16/97 p.29
    District 220 board rejects charter school proposal  1/30/97
        p.10
    Board nixes Jefferson Charter School plan  2/6/97 p.38
    Fitzgerald sponsors bill to boost charter schools  3/13/97
        p.33
    Charter schools are joke under current law  3/20/97 p.35
    Changing tax system is no small measure  4/17/97 p.11
    Scaled-down charter school proposed for three districts 
        5/8/97 p.25
    Principals:  Small schools better  6/26/97 p.9
    Charter school gets rejected once again  6/26/97 p.26
    Officials exploring charter-school idea  9/4/97 p.13
    Bill makes changes for teachers' tenure, charter school
        rules  12/04/97 p.28
 
EICHELMAN, SCOTT                                            
    Race for their lives  4/10/97 p.93
 
ELA AREA YMCA                                               
    Ela "Y" construction may start in August  6/26/97 p.12
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Delinquencies  11/13/97 p.A7
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Four seeking park board's two seats  1/9/97 p.6
    Cuba Township candidates slated  1/9/97 p.6
    Larrain announces his election decision  1/9/97 p.8
    Larson to village politics  1/9/97 p.10
    Trustee Graft seeks president's post  1/9/97 p.16
    Fuller won't be seeking fifth term as president  1/16/97 p.8
    Payne to challenge Larrain  1/16/97 p.8
    Siok challenges Graft for village president  1/23/97 p.8
    District 220 puts a referendum on April ballot  1/30/97 p.5
    Siok candidacy challenged  2/6/97 p.6
    Tom Siok drops out of president's race  2/13/97 p.5
    School referendum drive losing some momentum  2/13/97 p.8
    Water storage steams TL village trustee race  2/13/97 p.9
    Referendum sum triggers changes in building plans  2/13/97
        p.28
    Graft plans changes for South Barrington  3/6/97 p.8
    Race over, but not hearings  3/6/97 p.8
    CAPE crusading for school referendum  3/13/97 p.7
    BH candidates talking traffic  3/13/97 p.12
    Mall is not village's only issue  3/13/97 p.19
    New faces enter village board race  3/13/97 p.19
    Gilbert, Pierburg seek park district post  3/20/97 p.7
    Duresa challenges three incumbents  3/20/97 p.9
    Fossler, Kuechmann run for two-year trustee seat  3/20/97
        p.9
    Formula calculates effect of referendum on tax bill 
        3/20/97 p.10
    Kolar running as a write-in  3/20/97 p.14
    Payne:  election is mall referendum  3/27/97 p.5
    Candidate clarifies development issue  3/27/97 p.6
    Six candidates competing for three seats  3/27/97 p.7
    Siok's name stays on ballot  3/27/97 p.13
    Voter's guide  3/27/97 p.22
    Voters OK bond issue  4/3/97 p.5
    Voters choose experience in North Barrington  4/3/97 p.5
    Kempe wins again  4/3/97 p.8
    Fossler wins by five votes  4/3/97 p.8
    As expected, Graft wins in South Barrington race  4/3/97 p.9
    Gilbert wins SB parks post  4/3/97 p.9
    Heagerty, Cantieri join TL board  4/3/97 p.9
    Lovett, VonderHaar, DeJesu win LB seats  4/3/97 p.10
    Referendum had broad support  4/10/97 p.7
    NB trustee race gets recount  4/17/97 p.6
    Recount doesn't change results  4/24/97 p.6
    Election change could save $6 million  5/22/97 p.26
    Senator Durbin's nephew may challenge Crane  7/10/97 p.21
    The money trail  8/14/97 p.11
    Ten candidates to run for District 220 board  8/21/97 p.5
    The money trail  8/21/97 p.12
    Activist against domestic abuse runs for sheriff  8/21/97
        p.30
    Village hall referendum put on ballot  8/28/97 p.5
    Correction to story of 8/21/97  8/28/97 p.6
    Two more file for District 220 election  8/28/97 p.9
    The money trail  8/28/97 p.10
    Five file for Harper board  9/4/97 p.10
    BETA members challenge Hansen election petitions  9/4/97
        p.13
    Election petition controversy grows  9/11/97 p.5
    Hansen petition heard  9/18/97 p.8
    Muench appeals Hansen decision  9/25/97 p.5
    Coast clear for District 300 candidates  9/25/97 p.7
    Village to spread word on referendum  9/25/97 p.9
    Candidate waiting for judge's decision  10/2/97 p.5
    Five competing for MCC board  10/2/97 p.35
    Political punches  10/9/97 p.5
    Candidates spar at forum  10/9/97 p.17
    Village referendum push begins  10/16/97 p.5
    New schools' fate may be decided tomorrow  10/16/97 p.5
    Heated competition for school board  10/16/97 p.8
    Fitzgerald to announce bid for U.S. Senate seat  10/16/97
        p.28
    Nordquist endorses Hansen  10/23/97 p.6
    In their own words  10/23/97 p.8
    Debate isn't just money talk  10/23/97 p.10
    Internet site creating controversy for Givot  10/23/97 p.10
    Officials answer referendum questions  10/23/97 p.12
    Muench appeals ruling  10/23/97 p.13
    School referendum deadline draws near  10/30/97 p.5
    Appeals court keeps Hanson [sic] on ballot  10/30/97 p.7
    Nordquist files formal complaint against Roeser  10/30/97
        p.7
    Voter's guide  10/30/97 p.8
    In their own words  10/30/97 p.10
    Skinner faces opponent in Republican primary  10/30/97 p.34
    Voters back caucus candidates  11/6/97 p.5
    Voters ok $9.99 million village bond issue  11/6/97 p.5
    Beaubien to run again  11/6/97 p.9
    Barrington man challenges incumbent Verna Clayton  11/6/97
        p.9
    Harper race may have hinged on unions  11/6/97 p.10
    Henry wins another term  11/6/97 p.10
    Low voter turnout reported  11/6/97 p.12
    Ryan picks BHS grad as running mate  11/13/97 p.11
    Skokie democrat to challenge John Stroger for president
        post  11/27/97 p.10
    Democrats unveil Lake County slate  11/27/97 p.12
    Lake County board member may seek to succeed Clayton 
        11/27/97 p.13
    Referendum looming for forest district  11/27/97 p.28
    Two join 51st district race  12/04/97 p.14
    McSweeney may challenge Crane  12/11/97 p.12
    Del Re to face challenger in Lake County sheriff race 
        12/11/97 p.23
    Wheeling assessor joins Cook County board race  12/11/97
        p.24
    Manzullo going for fourth term  12/11/97 p.26
    BH man is running for state senate seat  12/25/97 p.22
    Pundits:  McSweeney needs major money to beat Phil Crane 
        12/25/97 p.23
 
ELGIN JOLIET & EASTERN RAILWAY                              
    Villages [sic] takes EJ&E stand  5/29/97 p.9
    Correction to story of 5/29/97  6/5/97 p.6
 
ENCORE DINNER THEATRE                                       
    Dinner theater plan is off, but new site being sought 
        9/18/97 p.28
 
ENGLE, DAVID                                                
    BHS art teacher is recovering from illness  10/2/97 p.7
 
ENGLISH, OTIS                                               
    Murder suspects charged  12/04/97 p.33
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                             
    Federal EPA fines local plating firm  11/27/97 p.127
 
ERA ABBOTT REAL ESTATE, INC.                                
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
    Realtor found negligent, couple awarded $143,000  5/8/97 p.5
 
ESH PHARMACY                                                
    Man with a gun robs pharmacy  1/23/97 p.14
    Police still searching for armed robber  1/30/97 p.6
 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY                                          
    Evergreen Cemetery zoning becomes subject of debate 
        6/19/97 p.8
    Cemetery's tree cutting triggers policy dispute  7/31/97
        p.10
 
FAUST, JOHN                                                 
    Stage presence  7/31/97 p.B1
 
FEIT, MIKE                                                  
    Feit is no dud in Firecracker title  7/3/97 p.109
 
FIRES                                                       
    Fire destroys Barrington Hills home  1/2/97 p.7
    Lightning ignites Inverness house  5/8/97 p.13
    Smoke detector alerts woman to fire in home  6/5/97 p.8
    LB house fire does $27,000 damage  6/5/97 p.8
    Clothing catching on fire started Capri Drive blaze 
        6/12/97 p.24
    BH fire causes $12,000 damage  7/10/97 p.6
    Good Samaritan helps save couple  9/4/97 p.20
    South Barrington fire causes minor damage  9/11/97 p.6
    Fire destroys car  9/25/97 p.7
    Suspicious fire burns abandoned building  10/9/97 p.16
    Fire destroys Barrington landmark  10/16/97 p.7
    Fire department has a busy Friday  11/27/97 p.5
 
FITZGERALD, KELLY                                           
    Murder suspects charged  12/04/97 p.33
 
FITZGERALD, PETER                                           
    Fitzgerald sponsors bill to boost charter schools  3/13/97
        p.33
    Charter schools are joke under current law  3/20/97 p.35
    Fitzgerald to announce bid for U.S. Senate seat  10/16/97
        p.28
 
FIX & BITCH CLUB                                            
    Fixing it up right  3/20/97 p.97
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    Development raising Flint Creek concerns  1/2/97 p.9
    Lake County to spend $30,000 for Flint Creek project design
        2/20/97 p.11
    Village gets grant  4/10/97 p.13
    Stream lining  5/1/97 p.5
    LZ honored for Flint Creek project  7/10/97 p.6
 
FLINT CREEK FARM (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                  
    Artifacts reveal area's ancient secrets  1/30/97 p.7
    Site attracts notice  1/30/97 p.7
    Panel passes plat despite protests  1/30/97 p.7
    Indian chief makes plea for preserving burial site  3/6/97
        p.5
    Lawyer:  remains removed before permit was granted  3/20/97
        p.8
    Monument proposed for burial site  3/27/97 p.7
    Battle to save ancient Indian burial site ends  5/15/97 p.10
    Appeal filed in attempt to stop LB development  7/10/97 p.9
    Flint Creek Farm plans move forward  12/11/97 p.6
 
FLOOD, STEPHANIE                                            
    Girl recovering after surgery to remove brain tumor 
        8/21/97 p.7
 
FLYING DOCTORS OF AMERICA                                   
    Local doctor accepts smiles as payment  8/21/97 p.89
 
FOSSLER, FRANCINE                                           
    Fossler, Kuechmann run for two-year trustee seat  3/20/97
        p.9
    Fossler, wins by five votes  4/3/97 p.8
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Lake Barrington sewer project helping Fox River Grove's
        fund  8/21/97 p.8
 
FREY, BLANCHE                                               
    Fighting friend  6/26/97 p.89
 
FRIENDS OF HOME OF THE SPARROW                              
    Volunteer is honored by Sparrow  7/24/97 p.14
 
FRIENDSHIP AND FUN DAY CAMP                                 
    Girls know how to have fun  7/24/97 p.7
 
FULLER, WARREN                                              
    Fuller won't be seeking fifth term as president  1/16/97 p.8
    Village marks end of Fuller era  3/20/97 p.11
 
GAALAAS, SCOTT                                              
    Gaalaas bids farewell to Buehler  1/23/97 p.84
 
GARRY, CHRISTINE                                            
    Garry named to state park district post  1/9/97 p.7
 
GE CAPITAL AUTO FINANCIAL SERVICES                          
    GE Capital, 700 jobs, staying in village  3/27/97 p.5
 
GEISS, CONNIE                                               
    Two women hurt in crash  3/13/97 p.9
 
GENOVESE, THOMAS A.                                         
    Barrington man receives a seven-year prison term  3/27/97
        p.10
 
GENTILE, JOE                                                
    Gentile to meet with the pope  9/18/97 p.10
 
GENTRY RIDGE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    Village of Cary joins condemnation suit  10/2/97 p.29
 
GESHWENDER, SUE                                             
    Geshwender named president of BJWC  8/28/97 p.107
 
GIELICZ, BRIAN                                              
    K-9 Poop Patrol; Brian Gielicz, owner  4/17/97 p.125
 
GILBERT, PAULA                                              
    Gilbert, Pierburg seek park district post  3/20/97 p.7
    Gilbert wins SB parks post  4/3/97 p.9
 
GIRLS WITH ATTITUDES (HOCKEY CLUB)                          
    Spirited skaters  6/12/97 p.124
 
GIVOT, STEVE                                                
    Givot saying board overreacted during budget discussions 
        6/12/97 p.5
    Internet site creating controversy for Givot  10/23/97 p.10
 
GLAZOV, SHEILA                                              
    Making decisions, meeting challenges  2/20/97 p.85
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Court decision frustrates couple  2/13/97 p.7
 
GOEBBERT'S PUMPKIN FARM                                     
    Baboon bites girl  10/9/97 p.20
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    1996 baby recap  1/9/97 p.7
    GSH opens new ICU  4/24/97 p.91
    GSH sponsors man in charity bike ride  6/5/97 p.7
    Two large local farms are put on the market  9/18/97 p.9
 
GOODMAN, KENNETH                                            
    Good man at the keyboard  8/14/97 p.85
 
GOTT, LISA                                                  
    New era begins  9/18/97 p.29
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Moseley-Braun meets with Jewish men here  2/27/97 p.8
    Crane discusses budget, welfare and trade deficit  2/27/97
        p.8
    Legislators say Edgar's plan wouldn't help area taxpayers 
        6/12/97 p.22
    Education reform wasn't only issue before legislature 
        6/12/97 p.23
    Porter, Crane back IRS reforms  11/13/97 p.18
    Panel:  Impact fees won't get passed in Springfield 
        11/20/97 p.9
    Campaign finance reform dies in Senate committee  11/20/97
        p.10
    Campaign financing reform may have unintended effects 
        11/20/97 p.10
    Clayton announces political retirement  11/20/97 p.12
    Dems differ on finance reform  12/04/97 p.11
 
GRAFT, PATRICIA                                             
    Trustee Graft seeks president's post  1/9/97 p.16
    Siok challenges Graft for village president  1/23/97 p.8
    As expected, Graft wins in South Barrington race  4/3/97 p.9
    Graft sworn in as SB president  4/17/97 p.14
 
GRAMM, LARRY                                                
    Deer Park site subject of bribery probe  3/27/97 p.11
 
GRANDE, PHIL                                                
    Barber gets all shook up over Elvis  8/14/97 p.7
 
GRASSY LAKE/FLINT CREEK FOREST PRESERVE                     
    Panel is seeking action on forest preserve plan  1/30/97 p.8
    Lake County to spend $30,000 for Flint Creek project design
        2/20/97 p.11
    Stream lining  5/1/97 p.5
    Money may be gone, but there's still land to buy  8/7/97 p.
        5
 
GRAY, ROLAND                                                
    Murder suspects charged  12/04/97 p.33
 
GREAT LAKES NAVAL BASE                                      
    Sailors enjoy a Barrington thanksgiving  12/04/97 p.7
 
GREENERY (RESTAURANT)                                       
    Greenery gathering  12/11/97 p.105
 
GRIFFIN, COURTNEY                                           
    Fighting a killer  10/30/97 p.103
 
GRIGSBY PRAIRIE                                             
    CFC efforts have paid off for prairie  8/7/97 p.7
 
GRINNELL, CLINTON                                           
    Del Re to face challenger in Lake County sheriff race 
        12/11/97 p.23
 
GROBMAN, JERRIE JACOBS                                      
    Classic Collection; Jerrie Jacobs-Grobman, owner  1/30/97
        p.89
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    She's seen it all  4/10/97 p.29
    Classroom environment  5/15/97 p.28
    Carnival rides on  9/11/97 p.7
    Vision quest  11/27/97 p.101
 
GUMMA, FRANK                                                
    Gumma to fill SB Board vacancy  5/15/97 p.5
 
HANSEN, JANE                                                
    BETA members challenge Hansen election petitions  9/4/97
        p.13
    Election petition controversy grows  9/11/97 p.5
    Hansen petition heard  9/18/97 p.8
    Muench appeals Hansen decision  9/25/97 p.5
    Candidate waiting for judge's decision  10/2/97 p.5
    Political punches  10/9/97 p.5
    Nordquist endorses Hansen  10/23/97 p.6
    Muench appeals ruling  10/23/97 p.13
    Appeals court keeps Hanson [sic] on ballot  10/30/97 p.7
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Ley picked as Harper's new trustee  2/6/97 p.37
    Cash woes may sack Harper football  3/13/97 p.35
    The stages of a play  3/20/97 p.B3
    Board president talks about Harper's future  4/17/97 p.33
    Labor Board orders new union election at Harper College 
        6/26/97 p.27
    Harper president to leave next year  7/3/97 p.24
    Harper is tackling issue of football team's future  7/3/97
        p.24
    Time to move on  7/24/97 p.26
    Five file for Harper board  9/4/97 p.10
    Harper book prices drawing complaints  9/11/97 p.30
    Harper race may have hinged on unions  11/6/97 p.10
    Art school  11/13/97 p.35
    Harper picks finalists for fill president's post  12/04/97
        p.49
    Harper football team is in for another year  12/04/97 p.49
    Forums help search for Harper president  12/11/97 p.30
    Pay scale proposal irks Harper union  12/25/97 p.11
    Referendum is planned for Harper  12/25/97 p.27
    Legislature sets stage for theater at Harper  12/25/97 p.28
 
HARPER, JANICE                                              
    Former police officer gets $52,500 payment  5/8/97 p.8
 
HARRIS, MARY                                                
    Labyrinth rocks get relocated  5/8/97 p.7
 
HARRIS, NEAL                                                
    Labyrinth rocks get relocated  5/8/97 p.7
 
HAT TRICK DEVELOPMENT                                       
    Sportsplex may neighbor theater  9/25/97 p.5
 
HAUBRICH, JOE                                               
    Local trainer undeterred by cold, dark and snow  3/13/97
        p.10
 
HAWTHORNE, HELEN                                            
    Helen and Jim Hawthorne  8/21/97 p.98
 
HAWTHORNE, JIM                                              
    Helen and Jim Hawthorne  8/21/97 p.98
 
HAYES, SUZANNE LYNN                                         
    Dish-washing woman gets charged with trespassing  2/20/97
        p.10
 
HEAD START                                                  
    Head Start agency seeks home  9/11/97 p.9
 
HEAGARTY, FRED                                              
    Heagerty, Cantieri join TL board  4/3/97 p.9
 
HEALTHIER COMMUNITY PROJECT OF THE BARRINGTON AREA          
    Panel:  Barrington area's health is improving  10/9/97 p.7
 
HEGEMEYER, DANIEL                                           
    SB police, medical examiner continue fatal accident probe 
        2/20/97 p.9
 
HEIFER PROJECT INTERNATIONAL                                
    Resident making blanket statement to fight hunger  10/16/97
        p.11
 
HENDEE, CRAIG                                               
    Lessons from a legend  1/9/97 p.97
 
HENRY, BONNIE                                               
    Henry wins another term  11/6/97 p.10
 
HERTZ, JOHN                                                 
    A house built for a count  5/1/97 p.96
 
HIGGASON, SHEILA                                            
    Judge puts niece back on Lichtman board  2/20/97 p.5
 
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 214                                    
    District 214 bars teachers from prayer at the pole  4/3/97
        p.31
    Faculty enters District 214 pray-at-the-pole debate 
        4/17/97 p.36
 
HINDI, STEVE                                                
    Cop plans to sue rodeo protesters  5/15/97 p.12
 
HINES, THOMAS                                               
    Village official shot  6/5/97 p.5
    Hines recovering at home  6/12/97 p.14
 
HIPSKY, JOHN                                                
    Hipsky ready to launch District 220 foundation  4/10/97 p.9
    Lamberson gift gets District 220 foundation started  9/4/97
        p.7
 
HIRSCH, DAVID                                               
    Local father shows initiative  5/8/97 p.97
    Initiative pays off for BH dad  6/5/97 p.7
    Group's founder is making dates to promote fatherhood
        awareness  12/11/97 p.10
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Enrollment boom may force NIU expansion  1/2/97 p.24
    Avlon plan calls for hotel, offices  5/8/97 p.13
    Hoffman trustees want tollway ramp expanded  6/12/97 p.8
    Villages could cooperate to widen road  7/10/97 p.9
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Local church unveils breathtaking crucifix  9/25/97 p.10
 
HOME ECONOMIST                                              
    Thieves crack store's safe  9/4/97 p.10
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    McHenry neighbors accustomed to Sparrow  1/30/97 p.20
    Sparrow gets blessing from Palatine's board  1/30/97 p.21
    State grant helps Sparrow to build another new nest 
        7/24/97 p.14
    Sparrow gets bank donation  8/21/97 p.96
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    Sparrow gets blessing from Palatine's board  1/30/97 p.21
    A place for the homeless  6/12/97 p.95
    State grant helps Sparrow to build another new nest 
        7/24/97 p.14
    Sparrow gets bank donation  8/21/97 p.96
 
HOMETOWN BARBER SHOP                                        
    Barber gets all shook up over Elvis  8/14/97 p.7
 
HOMMERSON, PETER                                            
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
 
HOPE NOW CENTER                                             
    A place for the homeless  6/12/97 p.95
 
HORSES                                                      
    County opens horse stables  4/17/97 p.18
    Barrington Hills has a polo party  6/26/97 p.7
    No horsing around  7/17/97 p.8
    Recycled material available for use in equestrian arenas
        8/7/97 p.27
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Children find courage in face of pain  8/7/97 p.85
    Duck race raises $50,000 for HNI  9/18/97 p.11
 
HOTTEN, SUE                                                 
    Earning her wings  12/11/97 p.133
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Hough market helps kids with gift giving  12/25/97 p.26
 
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF PARK DISTRICTS                      
    Garry named to state park district post  1/9/97 p.7
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES                    
    Hunting class stresses sportsmanship, safety  11/27/97 p.7
 
ILLINOIS FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE                              
    Local father shows initiative  5/8/97 p.97
    Initiative pays off for BH dad  6/5/97 p.7
    Group's founder is making dates to promote fatherhood
        awareness  12/11/97 p.10
 
ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION                        
    Protected islands  10/2/97 p.94
 
INDIAN RIDGE ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                     
    Neighbors protest subdivision plan  5/15/97 p.10
 
INTILE, MICHAEL L, JR.                                      
    BH cops seek burglary suspect  11/6/97 p.8
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness becomes a winter haven for geese  2/6/97 p.7
    Condemnation sought in police station site  3/13/97 p.8
    Inverness man still missing  4/10/97 p.13
    Lightning ignites Inverness house  5/8/97 p.13
    Inverness officials rethinking village police station
        strategy  6/19/97 p.9
    Alarm reported stolen from car in Inverness  6/26/97 p.14
    Inverness street is hit by vandals  8/28/97 p.7
    Three injured in Inverness as driver dozes at the wheel 
        10/2/97 p.12
    Maggie Rogers Park nears completion  10/9/97 p.6
    Officials:  Inverness pays fair share for cop coverage 
        10/30/97 p.11
    Inverness mulling townhouse proposal  10/30/97 p.33
    Condemnation suit takes a back seat to townhouse plan 
        11/6/97 p.14
 
ITALIAN-AMERICAN POLITICAL COALITION                        
    Looking for clout  7/3/97 p.9
    Group enlists many prominent local businessmen  7/3/97 p.9
 
IVANCIC, RAY                                                
    Two join 51st district race  12/04/97 p.14
 
JACK'S CHANNELS                                             
    Cary board ok's business zoning for Fox River site  1/2/97
        p.14
 
JACOBS, JEFF                                                
    Jacobs, Juarez work their way to 2nds at MSL meet  2/6/97
        p.123
 
JACOBSEN, WAYNE                                             
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
    Realtor found negligent, couple awarded $143,000  5/8/97 p.5
 
JACOBS-GROBMAN, JERRIE                                      
    Classic Collection; Jerrie Jacobs-Grobman, owner  1/30/97
        p.89
 
JAMES INVESTMENT COMPANY                                    
    Density sinks James Company's Klehm plan  1/9/97 p.5
    Trustees say 600 houses too dense for Klehm site  1/16/97
        p.9
    Two developers eye Klehm property  8/14/97 p.6
 
JANURA, KELLY                                               
    Janura's progress worthy of cheers  11/6/97 p.114
 
JAYNE, GEORGE                                               
    Cops arrest man for 1965 murders  12/25/97 p.21
 
JAYNE, SILAS                                                
    Cops arrest man for 1965 murders  12/25/97 p.21
 
JEFFREYS, GAIL                                              
    BG woman pleads guilty to drowning her pet cat  11/13/97
        p.32
 
JEFFRIES COMPANIES                                          
    Avlon plan calls for hotel, offices  5/8/97 p.13
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Catlow parking problem needs solution  2/27/97 p.6
    Limits placed on Jewel parking  8/7/97 p.14
 
JFK HEALTH WORLD                                            
    Worth smiling about  2/20/97 p.7
    Residents seek to derail museum's train exhibit  4/10/97 p.8
    Board oks train exhibit  5/1/97 p.5
    Safety Town is up and running  6/19/97 p.11
    Getting on track  9/11/97 p.7
    All aboard  11/20/97 p.7
 
JOHNSON, CAROL A.                                           
    Two dead after 16-hour standoff  9/18/97 p.7
    Friends unaware of marijuana  9/25/97 p.12
 
JOHNSON, DIANA                                              
    Hot dog  7/24/97 p.85
 
JOHNSON, JACK                                               
    Village board marriages cause little controversy  2/13/97
        p.9
 
JOHNSON, LEE                                                
    Village board marriages cause little controversy  2/13/97
        p.9
 
JONATHAS, RICH                                              
    Disabled workers get the job done  1/9/97 p.89
 
JUAREZ, VICTOR                                              
    Jacobs, Juarez work their way to 2nds at MSL meet  2/6/97
        p.123
    Odd couple:  unlikely duo of Maher & Juarez going to State 
        2/20/97 p.105
 
JURCIK, IGOR                                                
    Inverness man still missing  4/10/97 p.13
 
K-9 POOP PATROL                                             
    K-9 Poop Patrol; Brian Gielicz, owner  4/17/97 p.125
 
KAINZ, JOHN                                                 
    Wild Onion Brewing Company; Patrick, Mike and John Kainz,
        owners  6/19/97 p.103
 
KAINZ, MIKE                                                 
    Wild Onion Brewing Company; Patrick, Mike and John Kainz,
        owners  6/19/97 p.103
 
KAINZ, PATRICK                                              
    Wild Onion Brewing Company; Patrick, Mike and John Kainz,
        owners  6/19/97 p.103
 
KALEIDOSCOPE GALLERY AND SCHOOL OF ART                      
    Mural set for Village Green  5/15/97 p.5
 
KAPUR, SASHIL                                               
    National test proves BHS students have merit  8/14/97 p.7
 
KAYE, JOHN                                                  
    Libertarian doesn't have PULL with village board  8/14/97
        p.8
 
KEMPE, JIM                                                  
    Kempe wins again  4/3/97 p.8
 
KENNEDY, KELLY                                              
    Exterminators prove to be pests at national volleyball meet
        7/3/97 p.109
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Density sinks James Company's Klehm plan  1/9/97 p.5
    Trustees say 600 houses too dense for Klehm site  1/16/97
        p.9
    Klehm golf course plan nixed  7/17/97 p.10
    Two developers eye Klehm property  8/14/97 p.6
    Klehm development talk cancelled  8/21/97 p.6
    Developer has contract to buy Klehm property  12/25/97 p.9
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    BACOG director Don Klein to retire within three years 
        11/27/97 p.7
 
KNAPIK, WILL                                                
    Will's way  3/6/97 p.118
 
KOELLING, CATHERINE                                         
    New owners are exited about southern twist  1/16/97 p.89
 
KOELLING, DAVID                                             
    New owners are exited about southern twist  1/16/97 p.89
 
KOENIG, TIFFANY                                             
    Young skater gets taste of big time  12/25/97 p.73
 
KOLAR, MARK                                                 
    Kolar running as a write-in  3/20/97 p.14
 
KOPACKA, DARCIE                                             
    Ex-District 220 supervisor gets $196,000  1/2/97 p.5
 
KOPIDLANSKY, MARY                                           
    Meadow Lane Products, Inc.; Mary Kopidlansky, owner  5/1/97
        p.103
 
KOSTICK, DIANE                                              
    Learning by the book  7/3/97 p.23
 
KRAMER, FREDERICK                                           
    Kramer's legacy recalled  8/28/97 p.9
 
KRUG, PARKER                                                
    Brothers put on "Miles for Mairin"  8/21/97 p.7
 
KRUG, RYAN                                                  
    Brothers put on "Miles for Mairin"  8/21/97 p.7
 
KUECHMANN, JOHN                                             
    Fossler, Kuechmann run for two-year trustee seat  3/20/97
        p.9
 
KURTZ, ROSEMARY                                             
    Skinner faces opponent in Republican primary  10/30/97 p.34
 
LA RUE, ART                                                 
    Cop chosen for middle schools  6/26/97 p.6
 
LADJANSZKI, GABOR                                           
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
 
LAGESCHULTE, BETH                                           
    Sailors enjoy a Barrington thanksgiving  12/04/97 p.7
 
LAGESCHULTE, PHIL                                           
    Sailors enjoy a Barrington thanksgiving  12/04/97 p.7
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    Panel mulls shared park facilities  7/24/97 p.6
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK                             
    Owners clean up Pepper Lake area  1/9/97 p.10
    Well-drilling work at industrial park is meeting delays 
        1/16/97 p.7
    Village sued over water tower  2/6/97 p.5
    Tax bills rock industrial park  5/8/97 p.5
    Improved communication sought in industrial park  6/5/97 p.9
    Reassessment wouldn't change high tax bills in industrial
        park  10/2/97 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON WATER SPORTS CENTER                         
    Watersports Center looks to expand  8/21/97 p.6
    Sports center may expand  9/11/97 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Larson to village politics  1/9/97 p.10
    Well-drilling work at industrial park is meeting delays 
        1/16/97 p.7
    Village employees get salary increase  1/23/97 p.6
    Artifacts reveal area's ancient secrets  1/30/97 p.7
    Site attracts notice  1/30/97 p.7
    Panel passes plat despite protests  1/30/97 p.7
    Village sued over water tower  2/6/97 p.5
    Tower suit may need new lawyer  2/20/97 p.12
    Indian chief makes plea for preserving burial site  3/6/97
        p.5
    Lawyer:  remains removed before permit was granted  3/20/97
        p.8
    Monument proposed for burial site  3/27/97 p.7
    Six candidates competing for three seats  3/27/97 p.7
    Lovett, VonderHaar, DeJesu win LB seats  4/3/97 p.10
    Search turns into a rescue practice  4/17/97 p.5
    County:  labyrinth violates zoning law  4/17/97 p.8
    Lake Barrington buys land  4/17/97 p.8
    Wilbor picked for LB board  5/1/97 p.13
    Tax bills rock industrial park  5/8/97 p.5
    Labyrinth rocks get relocated  5/8/97 p.7
    Battle to save ancient Indian burial site ends  5/15/97 p.10
    Larson is honored for years of service  5/15/97 p.10
    Neighbors protest subdivision plan  5/15/97 p.10
    LB house fire does $27,000 damage  6/5/97 p.8
    Improved communication sought in industrial park  6/5/97 p.9
    Sales tax code errors cost village  6/12/97 p.5
    Appeal filed in attempt to stop LB development  7/10/97 p.9
    Cutting-edge law aims to keep village's timber  8/7/97 p.9
    Village ok's cop contract  8/7/97 p.9
    Lake Barrington sewer project helping Fox River Grove's
        fund  8/21/97 p.8
    Village board passes sprinkler ordinance  9/4/97 p.5
    Homeowners drop water tower lawsuit  9/4/97 p.6
    Industrial park bond deal could lead to lower taxes  9/4/97
        p.9
    Contractor hired to demolish house  9/11/97 p.8
    Sports center may expand  9/11/97 p.8
    Two large local farms are put on the market  9/18/97 p.9
    LB officials weigh sewer, water options  9/25/97 p.7
    Reassessment wouldn't change high tax bills in industrial
        park  10/2/97 p.8
    Flint Creek Farm plans move forward  12/11/97 p.6
    Builder eyes Starkist property  12/11/97 p.13
 
LAKE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION                 
    Lake County puts economic eggs in private basket  10/16/97
        p.30
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Panel is seeking action on forest preserve plan  1/30/97 p.8
    Lake County to spend $30,000 for Flint Creek project design
        2/20/97 p.11
    County opens horse stables  4/17/97 p.18
    Forest preserve seeks to buy 533 acres  7/24/97 p.24
    Money may be gone, but there's still land to buy  8/7/97 p.
        5
    Township asks forest district for land to build soccer
        field  8/21/97 p.8
    Forest referendum may go on '99 ballot  10/2/97 p.28
    Referendum looming for forest district  11/27/97 p.28
 
LAKE COUNTY GRASSY LAKE FOREST PRESERVE                     
    Stream lining  5/1/97 p.5
 
LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM                                          
    Vintage vehicles  4/17/97 p.103
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    County shelves Yorkhouse project  2/6/97 p.12
    County:  labyrinth violates zoning law  4/17/97 p.8
    County pitching mound septic system to village  5/8/97 p.9
    Most farmers just waiting to sell land  5/22/97 p.10
    Affordable housing is goal of Lake County commission 
        7/10/97 p.105
    County is seeking simplified planning, development codes 
        7/24/97 p.24
    Growth will outpace road work, study says  9/25/97 p.26
    Panel proposes new wetland standards  10/2/97 p.26
    Lake County puts economic eggs in private basket  10/16/97
        p.30
    Magalis retires after 33 years at county post  11/13/97 p.27
 
LAKE IN THE HILLS, ILL.                                     
    Lake in the Hills may offer activity for [skate]board teens
        4/17/97 p.7
 
LAKE ZURICH RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                  
    Automatic aid deal signed  1/9/97 p.16
    New LZ station already has improved response times  6/26/97
        p.9
    Fire department has a busy Friday  11/27/97 p.5
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Automatic aid deal signed  1/9/97 p.16
    Lake Zurich board gets ready to join mall fight  1/16/97
        p.10
    LZ board opposes mall  1/23/97 p.10
    New LZ station already has improved response times  6/26/97
        p.9
    LZ honored for Flint Creek project  7/10/97 p.6
    LZ board is reviewing Deer Park cop service  7/24/97 p.7
    Deer Park won't be getting Lake Zurich cop coverage  8/7/97
        p.9
    Out with the old, inn with the new  8/28/97 p.30
    Fire department has a busy Friday  11/27/97 p.5
 
LAMBERSON, JONATHAN                                         
    District 220 finds new leader  5/22/97 p.5
    Lamberson accepts superintendent post  5/29/97 p.5
    Lamberson gift gets District 220 foundation started  9/4/97
        p.7
    Lamberson:  New schools will be ready for next fall 
        9/18/97 p.10
    Lamberson taking train rides to talk with district
        residents  11/6/97 p.11
    Superintendent Lamberson offers his views on issues facing
        School District 220  11/20/97 p.24
 
LAMBERTY, JAMES                                             
    Man pleads to misdemeanor in truck spill  10/2/97 p.11
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Path proposed to link Miller, Langendorf parks  5/1/97 p.8
 
LARRAIN, GEORGE                                             
    Larrain announces his election decision  1/9/97 p.8
    Payne to challenge Larrain  1/16/97 p.8
    Voters choose experience in North Barrington  4/3/97 p.5
    Mall rep quizzes Larrain  8/7/97 p.6
    Mall rep says discussion with Larrain was routine  8/21/97
        p.32
 
LARRAIN, VIRGINIA                                           
    Virginia Larrain passes away  3/6/97 p.6
 
LARSON, JOANNE                                              
    Larson to village politics  1/9/97 p.10
    Larson is honored for years of service  5/15/97 p.10
 
LAW                                                         
    More debate ahead on helmet law  1/30/97 p.12
    Vote on bike helmet law expected soon  2/20/97 p.7
    Barrington passes bike helmet law  2/27/97 p.5
    Protesters picket office of state rep Beaubien  3/6/97 p.9
    Critics react to helmet law  3/6/97 p.12
    Adults not covered by state's bike bill  3/6/97 p.13
    Helmet law is amended  3/13/97 p.5
    Law would ban exclusive sale of information  5/22/97 p.24
    Election change could save $6 million  5/22/97 p.26
    Deerfield following Barrington's lead  6/12/97 p.10
    Education reform wasn't only issue before legislature 
        6/12/97 p.23
    Title IX:  25 years  8/21/97 p.117
    Village board passes sprinkler ordinance  9/4/97 p.5
    Official explains effect of welfare reform laws  12/25/97
        p.10
 
LAZ, MEDARD, REV.                                           
    Priest shares sweet truths in "Chocolate"  7/24/97 p.B3
 
LEONA FARM                                                  
    A house built for a count  5/1/97 p.96
 
LEY, ROLAND                                                 
    Ley picked as Harper's new trustee  2/6/97 p.37
 
LICHTMAN, KAY                                               
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
    Sides square off in court in Lichtman estate fight  1/30/97
        p.5
    Ruling pending on Lichtman case  2/6/97 p.6
    Judge puts niece back on Lichtman board  2/20/97 p.5
    Lichtman property sold  7/31/97 p.6
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
 
LICHTMAN, MARVIN                                            
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
    Sides square off in court in Lichtman estate fight  1/30/97
        p.5
    Ruling pending on Lichtman case  2/6/97 p.6
    Judge puts niece back on Lichtman board  2/20/97 p.5
    Lichtman property sold  7/31/97 p.6
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
 
LOKOTKIN, VLADIMIR                                          
    Bond is $300 million for suspect arrested in big cocaine
        bust  11/27/97 p.24
 
LOVE, BOB                                                   
    Message of Love  11/6/97 p.25
 
LOVETT, RICK                                                
    Lovett, VonderHaar, DeJesu win LB seats  4/3/97 p.10
 
LUBECKY, THOMAS                                             
    Deer Park site subject of bribery probe  3/27/97 p.11
 
LUBY, IRENE                                                 
    Woman is arrested for the 145th time  4/17/97 p.9
 
LUCE, BECKY                                                 
    Teen shopping show to have local focus  2/6/97 p.7
 
LUCKMAN, CRISTIN                                            
    BHS grad Luckman scores in national debate tournament 
        7/3/97 p.28
 
LUTHER, MARJORIE                                            
    Teacher leaves library $60,000  7/10/97 p.12
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Local pastor taking international post  10/2/97 p.7
 
MAC ARTHUR FARM                                             
    Two large local farms are put on the market  9/18/97 p.9
 
MAC GREGOR, MIKE                                            
    Mohr, MacGregor lift Broncos past Hersey  2/6/97 p.122
 
MAEYER, CARISSA                                             
    Driver in crash gets DUI charge  1/16/97 p.6
 
MAGALIS, DWIGHT                                             
    Magalis retires after 33 years at county post  11/13/97 p.27
    Retiring county administrator reflects on career  11/27/97
        p.26
 
MAGGIE ROGERS PARK                                          
    Maggie Rogers Park nears completion  10/9/97 p.6
 
MAHER, PAT                                                  
    Odd couple:  unlikely duo of Maher & Juarez going to State 
        2/20/97 p.105
 
MAHY, MARGARET                                              
    Storied life:  Author seeks to demystify book publishing 
        2/13/97 p.27
 
MAINSTREET ART CENTRE                                       
    Centre of attraction  12/11/97 p.B3
 
MANN, BROOKS T.                                             
    Teen injured in traffic accidents  9/4/97 p.5
    Bank fund established to help Brooks T. Mann  9/18/97 p.5
    BHS students are rallying to aid injured classmate  10/2/97
        p.8
    Injured teen making slow progress  12/04/97 p.13
 
MANZULLO, DON                                               
    Manzullo going for fourth term  12/11/97 p.26
 
MARKET CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                             
    Antique mall proposed at Seigle's site  4/17/97 p.5
    Plan panel recommends mall approval  4/24/97 p.5
    Tenants begin lining up for Market Center mall  5/8/97 p.8
    Market Center gets Village Board ok  5/15/97 p.6
    Work on Market Center set to begin next week  7/17/97 p.10
 
MARQUETTE, JEFF                                             
    Officials rally to defend retiring Barrington chief 
        1/16/97 p.7
 
MARSELLA, ALEXIS                                            
    Young model all smiles about cup appearance  11/27/97 p.122
 
MARTIN, ASHLEY                                              
    Deuces are wild  10/30/97 p.135
 
MARTIN, KARLYN                                              
    Deuces are wild  10/30/97 p.135
 
MC AULEY, MEGHAN                                            
    Barrington girl scores in Loyola competition  4/17/97 p.32
 
MC CALEB, SEAN                                              
    Barrington businessman is lobbyist for bike issues  4/10/97
        p.10
 
MC CAUGHN, PATRICK T.                                       
    BH robbery suspect acquitted  2/20/97 p.12
 
MC DONNELL, PETER                                           
    Candidate clarifies development issue  3/27/97 p.6
 
MC DONOUGH, KATIE                                           
    Fillies' McDonough grows into her role  2/6/97 p.122
 
MC GRANN, MELISSA                                           
    Teen is recognized for her quick thinking  11/13/97 p.7
 
MC GUIRE, MICHAEL                                           
    Club house  12/25/97 p.85
 
MC HENRY COUNTY COLLEGE                                     
    Five competing for MCC board  10/2/97 p.35
 
MC HENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                       
    Groups speak against suburban sprawl  10/16/97 p.29
 
MC HENRY, ILL.                                              
    McHenry neighbors accustomed to Sparrow  1/30/97 p.20
    County board passes $91.8 million budget  11/27/97 p.11
 
MC SWEENEY, DAVID                                           
    McSweeney may challenge Crane  12/11/97 p.12
    Pundits:  McSweeney needs major money to beat Phil Crane 
        12/25/97 p.23
 
MEADOW LANE PRODUCTS, INC.                                  
    Meadow Lane Products, Inc.; Mary Kopidlansky, owner  5/1/97
        p.103
 
MEADOWVIEW, INC.                                            
    County opens horse stables  4/17/97 p.18
 
MELLON, SARAH                                               
    Barrington Hills teen is among nation's best  11/13/97 p.10
 
MERCER, MICHAEL                                             
    Brief advice  5/15/97 p.89
 
MERS RESTAURANT                                             
    Fond farewell:  Mers family sells eatery to Barrington
        restaurateurs  1/16/97 p.89
 
MERS, BOB                                                   
    Fond farewell:  Mers family sells eatery to Barrington
        restaurateurs  1/16/97 p.89
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE                                   
    Developer has contract to buy Klehm property  12/25/97 p.9
 
MESSNER, CHE                                                
    Murder suspects charged  12/04/97 p.33
 
METROPOLITAN PLANNING COUNCIL                               
    Conference stresses school control, quality  4/17/97 p.11
 
MEYER, CARISSA                                              
    Girl killed in crash  1/9/97 p.5
    Davis indicted for homicide  2/6/97 p.12
 
MICKLEWRIGHT, JERRY                                         
    Praying for a purchase  9/11/97 p.93
 
MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Union Pacific will not drop Midlands suit  1/9/97 p.14
    Village's Midlands troubles not over  1/23/97 p.5
 
MIDWEST ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH SERVICES                     
    Artifacts reveal area's ancient secrets  1/30/97 p.7
    Site attracts notice  1/30/97 p.7
    Panel passes plat despite protests  1/30/97 p.7
 
MIDWEST GREYHOUND ADOPTION                                  
    When their racing days are over greyhound group finds dogs
        a home  1/16/97 p.75
 
MILLER PARK                                                 
    Path proposed to link Miller, Langendorf parks  5/1/97 p.8
    Park improvements almost complete  8/21/97 p.6
    Richard E. Miller Park to be dedicated  9/11/97 p.6
 
MILLER, BRETT                                               
    Millers making their marks  1/30/97 p.98
 
MILLER, BRIAN                                               
    Millers making their marks  1/30/97 p.98
 
MILLER, RICHARD E.                                          
    Richard E. Miller Park to be dedicated  9/11/97 p.6
 
MIZANIN, MATT                                               
    High school sweethearts  10/23/97 p.101
 
MNICHOWICZ, KAREN                                           
    Woman gives birth after crash  11/13/97 p.5
 
MODROWSKI, PAUL                                             
    Modrowski's car towed away  5/8/97 p.6
 
MOHR, DODD                                                  
    Prairie math teacher to spend year in Turkey  6/19/97 p.7
 
MOHR, PAT                                                   
    Mohr's season giving fans a reason to listen up  1/16/97
        p.99
    Mohr, MacGregor lift Broncos past Hersey  2/6/97 p.122
 
MONAHAN LAKE                                                
    Forest preserve seeks to buy 533 acres  7/24/97 p.24
 
MORRIS, CAROLYN                                             
    Activist against domestic abuse runs for sheriff  8/21/97
        p.30
 
MOSTARDO, TONY                                              
    Good conduct  6/12/97 p.B3
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVE                                            
    Mountsier not supporting mall  3/6/97 p.6
 
MUENCH, JEANETTE                                            
    Muench appeals Hansen decision  9/25/97 p.5
    Muench appeals ruling  10/23/97 p.13
 
MUHR, GREG                                                  
    Teaching pro  8/14/97 p.109
 
MULLEN, JOHN                                                
    Cuba Township trustee retires after 22 years  5/22/97 p.7
 
MURDOCK, COURTNEY                                           
    Murdock named all-tourney as Fillies take 5th at McAuley 
        1/2/97 p.96
 
MURPHY, DONALD                                              
    Artist finding direction making weather vanes  9/11/97 p.12
 
NATURE CONSERVANCY                                          
    Feds blooming after finding rare flower  3/13/97 p.5
 
NATURE PRESERVES                                            
    Northern Illinois home to most preserves  10/2/97 p.96
 
NEBEN, MIKE                                                 
    Three new trustees ready to join board  1/30/97 p.9
 
NEIGHBORS OPPOSING POLE ENCROACHMENT                        
    Neighbors say NOPE to tower  8/7/97 p.5
 
NEMZ, JOHN                                                  
    Man found not guilty of battery  11/13/97 p.23
 
NESTRUD, TOM                                                
    Another challenger enters BH village president race 
        1/23/97 p.8
 
NICHOLAS, EARL H.                                           
    Teacher cleared in battery case  1/16/97 p.6
 
NICHOLSON, PAUL                                             
    Nicholson quits manager post  4/3/97 p.7
    Former village manager finds new job  5/22/97 p.6
 
NIEMINSKI, STAN                                             
    Three new trustees ready to join board  1/30/97 p.9
 
NORDQUIST, JEFF                                             
    Nordquist endorses Hansen  10/23/97 p.6
    Nordquist files formal complaint against Roeser  10/30/97
        p.7
 
NORGE SKI JUMP                                              
    Norge Club ready to host its 92nd annual ski jump  1/16/97
        p.7
    I'm flying  1/23/97 p.5
    Norge Ski Jump hosts summer championship  9/18/97 p.26
 
NORTH BARRINGTON COLLECTION                                 
    Plan panel begins it deliberations on mall  1/9/97 p.8
    Mall foes taking fight before village board  1/16/97 p.10
    Lake Zurich board gets ready to join mall fight  1/16/97
        p.10
    LZ board opposes mall  1/23/97 p.10
    Wynstone owners group remains neutral on mall  1/23/97 p.10
    North Barrington pans mall survey  1/30/97 p.6
    Sewer, sales tax and traffic top trustees' Taubman talk 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Malls are proving beneficial to Huntley and Vernon Hills 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Fire Department prepared for mall  2/6/97 p.11
    Public gets last chance to speak on mall  2/13/97 p.5
    Critics line up to blast mall  2/20/97 p.5
    Board votes to reject mall  2/27/97 p.7
    What happens next?  2/27/97 p.7
    Kolar:  Board made emotional decision  2/27/97 p.7
    Mountsier not supporting mall  3/6/97 p.6
    Developer calls mall report inaccurate  4/10/97 p.6
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Need for replacing NBS questioned  1/16/97 p.5
    Referendum decision nears  1/23/97 p.5
    Room to grow  9/11/97 p.27
    New direction  10/9/97 p.31
    North Barrington school to break ground  10/30/97 p.6
    Message of Love  11/6/97 p.25
    No more nit-picking at NBS  12/25/97 p.8
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Development raising Flint Creek concerns  1/2/97 p.9
    Larrain announces his election decision  1/9/97 p.8
    Plan panel begins it deliberations on mall  1/9/97 p.8
    Payne to challenge Larrain  1/16/97 p.8
    Mall foes taking fight before village board  1/16/97 p.10
    Lake Zurich board gets ready to join mall fight  1/16/97
        p.10
    LZ board opposes mall  1/23/97 p.10
    Wynstone owners group remains neutral on mall  1/23/97 p.10
    North Barrington plans mall survey  1/30/97 p.6
    Biltmore Manor gets conditional ok  1/30/97 p.12
    Sewer, sales tax and traffic top trustees' Taubman talk 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Malls are proving beneficial to Huntley and Vernon Hills 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Fire Department prepared for mall  2/6/97 p.11
    Resident warns board to ready for wider routes  2/6/97 p.28
    Public gets last chance to speak on mall  2/13/97 p.5
    Critics line up to blast mall  2/20/97 p.5
    Board votes to reject mall  2/27/97 p.7
    What happens next?  2/27/97 p.7
    Kolar:  Board made emotional decision  2/27/97 p.7
    Mall is not village's only issue  3/13/97 p.19
    New faces enter village board race  3/13/97 p.19
    Kolar running as a write-in  3/20/97 p.14
    Payne:  election is mall referendum  3/27/97 p.5
    Candidate clarifies development issue  3/27/97 p.6
    North Barrington budget projects $81,500 shortfall  3/27/97
        p.8
    Voters choose experience in North Barrington  4/3/97 p.5
    Developer calls mall report inaccurate  4/10/97 p.6
    NB trustee race gets recount  4/17/97 p.6
    Tree cutting alarms neighbors  4/24/97 p.5
    Recount doesn't change results  4/24/97 p.6
    NB tree controversy continues  5/1/97 p.6
    County pitching mound septic system to village  5/8/97 p.9
    NB to hear mound system proposal  5/15/97 p.6
    Village official shot  6/5/97 p.5
    Hines recovering at home  6/12/97 p.14
    Panel votes against tower  6/19/97 p.10
    Deer population up in North Barrington  7/3/97 p.6
    NB board attempts to draft a cellular tower ordinance 
        7/3/97 p.10
    Board approves tower ordinance  7/24/97 p.12
    Neighbors say NOPE to tower  8/7/97 p.5
    Mall rep quizzes Larrain  8/7/97 p.6
    NB residents rescued after night in the wild  8/7/97 p.11
    Village to get $300,000 from Ameritech  8/14/97 p.6
    Mall rep says discussion with Larrain was routine  8/21/97
        p.32
    North Barrington school to break ground  10/30/97 p.6
    Reward is offered for information on vandals  11/13/97 p.23
    Fire department has a busy Friday  11/27/97 p.5
 
NORTH SUBURBAN LIBRARY SYSTEM                               
    Little-known libraries  12/11/97 p.114
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS GAS COMPANY                               
    Notice to precede NIGas rate hikes  10/2/97 p.29
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY                                
    Enrollment boom may force NIU expansion  1/2/97 p.24
 
NORTHWAY, BARBARA                                           
    Ex-officer files federal lawsuit against village  1/9/97 p.5
    Judge trims charges from lawsuit filed against village 
        6/26/97 p.5
 
NORTHWEST 2001                                              
    Conference stresses school control, quality  4/17/97 p.11
 
NORTHWEST CULTURAL COUNCIL                                  
    Cultural wellness  4/3/97 p.107
 
NORTHWEST VEGETARIANS                                       
    Food for thought  5/1/97 p.89
 
O'GRADY, ARTHUR                                             
    O'Grady's Brewery & Pub; Dan, Arthur and Dave O'Grady,
        owners  2/20/97 p.97
 
O'GRADY, DAN                                                
    O'Grady's Brewery & Pub; Dan, Arthur and Dave O'Grady,
        owners  2/20/97 p.97
 
O'GRADY, DAVE                                               
    O'Grady's Brewery & Pub; Dan, Arthur and Dave O'Grady,
        owners  2/20/97 p.97
 
O'GRADY'S BREWERY & PUB                                     
    O'Grady's Brewery & Pub; Dan, Arthur and Dave O'Grady,
        owners  2/20/97 p.97
 
OLSEN, LIZ                                                  
    Lessons from a legend  1/9/97 p.97
    Olsen captures 4 golds in Canada  3/13/97 p.125
    Olsen, 200 free relay establish meet records at Lake County
        10/2/97 p.122
    Olsen obliterates diving mark at MSL  11/6/97 p.114
    Art of diving  11/27/97 p.133
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                     
    Rural fire district delays lot buy  7/17/97 p.13
    Rural fire district seeks to buy land  8/21/97 p.34
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Brown's task force checks new prints  1/16/97 p.22
    Sparrow gets blessing from Palatine's board  1/30/97 p.21
    Rural fire district delays lot buy  7/17/97 p.13
 
PALUMBO, ALEX                                               
    BHS grad having a blast as a movie model maker  1/2/97 p.10
 
PARADOWICZ, RICH                                            
    Retirement reflections  7/10/97 p.85
 
PARIS, ALEXANDRIA                                           
    Taking its toll  11/20/97 p.93
 
PARK FOODS                                                  
    Park Foods' 55-acre site being sold  7/3/97 p.5
 
PARMA, SAM                                                  
    South Barrington policeman saves deer  6/19/97 p.6
 
PATTERSON, VAURICE                                          
    Tail light signals cops in pot bust  1/9/97 p.13
 
PAWLOWSKI, SCOTT                                            
    Scott Pawlowski's progress astounds parents, therapist 
        3/20/97 p.12
 
PAYNE, BRIGHID                                              
    NB residents rescued after night in the wild  8/7/97 p.11
 
PAYNE, CINDY                                                
    NB residents rescued after night in the wild  8/7/97 p.11
 
PAYNE, SCOTT                                                
    Payne to challenge Larrain  1/16/97 p.8
    Payne:  election is mall referendum  3/27/97 p.5
 
PEGASUS--THE CHILDREN'S AIRLIFT                             
    Pegasus flies to the rescue again  7/17/97 p.91
 
PEOPLE UNITED BY THEIR LOVE OF LIBERTY                      
    Libertarian doesn't have PULL with village board  8/14/97
        p.8
 
PEPPER LAKE                                                 
    Owners clean up Pepper Lake area  1/9/97 p.10
 
PETERSEN, JOHN                                              
    Mall rep says discussion with Larrain was routine  8/21/97
        p.32
 
PETERSON, JIM                                               
    Deer Park president stepping down  1/9/97 p.6
 
PHILIP, JAMES                                               
    Philip offers ideas for school reform  8/21/97 p.9
 
PIERBURG, HUGH                                              
    Gilbert, Pierburg seek park district post  3/20/97 p.7
 
PLANNED DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION                          
    Two developers eye Klehm property  8/14/97 p.6
 
POHLMAN, DAN                                                
    Dan the man  10/2/97 p.119
    Pohlman's 2 TDs give Broncos winning North season  10/30/97
        p.136
 
POLICE                                                      
    Ex-officer files federal lawsuit against village  1/9/97 p.5
    Officials rally to defend retiring Barrington chief 
        1/16/97 p.7
    One year after murders, police still hunt suspect  1/23/97
        p.9
    Condemnation sought in police station site  3/13/97 p.8
    Computer aids department  3/27/97 p.93
    BH officer files EEOC complaint  4/3/97 p.12
    Suspicious men spotted at ATM  4/3/97 p. 13
    Denture discovery prompts Cuba Marsh police search  4/10/97
        p.8
    Former police officer gets $52,500 payment  5/8/97 p.8
    BH board votes to keep Timoch as DARE officer  6/5/97 p.10
    Cops give "tickets" to helmet wearers  6/12/97 p.10
    South Barrington policeman saves deer  6/19/97 p.6
    Panel:  put police, fire departments on Route 14  6/19/97
        p.9
    Inverness officials rethinking village police station
        strategy  6/19/97 p.9
    Weaving a web (site)  6/19/97 p.89
    Judge trims charges from lawsuit filed against village 
        6/26/97 p.5
    Cop chosen for middle schools  6/26/97 p.6
    HALO will provide guardian angels for SB subdivisions 
        7/17/97 p.21
    LZ board is reviewing Deer Park cop service  7/24/97 p.7
    Villages nearing agreement on police-services contract 
        7/31/97 p.7
    Deer Park won't be getting Lake Zurich cop coverage  8/7/97
        p.9
    Police officers are sworn in, and promoted  8/21/97 p.32
    Police warn students about dangers in traffic  9/11/97 p.5
    Chief Eccles quits Tower Lakes post  10/16/97 p.14
    Officials:  Inverness pays fair share for cop coverage 
        10/30/97 p.11
 
POLITICS                                                    
    Group enlists many prominent local businessmen  7/3/97 p.9
 
POLO BUILDERS                                               
    New 55-acre subdivision proposed  1/9/97 p.6
 
PORNOGRAPHY                                                 
    Protesters picket office of state rep Beaubien  3/6/97 p.9
 
PRIMECO PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS                             
    Antenna may go on top of post office  2/20/97 p.6
    PrimeCo seeks tower site  7/3/97 p.10
    Village rejects PrimeCo plan  8/28/97 p.23
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    Willow Creek joins PADS network  1/23/97 p.7
 
RAMSTADT, CATHY                                             
    Syd Simon Day Spa; Cathy Ramstadt, owner  12/04/97 p.149
 
REAL ESTATE                                                 
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
    Realtor found negligent, couple awarded $143,000  5/8/97 p.5
    Most farmers just waiting to sell land  5/22/97 p.10
    Praying for a purchase  9/11/97 p.93
    Two large local farms are put on the market  9/18/97 p.9
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    American Can site to be sold  2/6/97 p.14
    Developer may scrap Hough condo project  2/20/97 p.8
    Mixed-use sought for American Can site  5/1/97 p.5
    Avlon plan calls for hotel, offices  5/8/97 p.13
    Hotel, senior housing eyed for American Can property 
        7/17/97 p.10
    Developers to preview plan  7/24/97 p.10
    Senior housing plan unveiled  7/31/97 p.5
    Senior housing plan studied  8/21/97 p.26
    Senior housing plans studied  10/9/97 p.5
    Commissioner may bow out of hearings  10/23/97 p.6
    Panel studies senior housing plan  11/6/97 p.6
    Hearing process begins for senior living project  11/13/97
        p.8
    Doubts raised about senior housing plan  11/20/97 p.8
    Density, height reduced in senior housing plan  12/4/97 p.5
    Townhouses proposed for site at Dundee and Grove  12/11/97
        p.9
    Library, developer get on same page  12/25/97 p.5
 
REEHOFF, BRYAN                                              
    Custom Classics; Bryan Reehoff and Mike Simms, owners 
        5/15/97 p.101
 
REYER, JAMES                                                
    Lawyer:  remains removed before permit was granted  3/20/97
        p.8
    Appeal filed in attempt to stop LB development  7/10/97 p.9
 
REYNOLDS, BILL                                              
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
    Realtor found negligent, couple awarded $143,000  5/8/97 p.5
 
REYNOLDS, ELLEN                                             
    Realtor disclosure trial under way in Waukegan  5/1/97 p.8
    Realtor found negligent, couple awarded $143,000  5/8/97 p.5
 
RICHARD E. MILLER PARK                                      
    Path proposed to link Miller, Langendorf parks  5/1/97 p.8
    Park improvements almost complete  8/21/97 p.6
    Richard E. Miller Park to be dedicated  9/11/97 p.6
 
RIEFENBERG, MARK                                            
    Barrington man challenges incumbent Verna Clayton  11/6/97
        p.9
 
RILEY, JIM                                                  
    Bank executive accepts Willow Creek position  5/22/97 p.20
 
RIVERA, DAVID                                               
    Cops catch suspected car thief  12/04/97 p.32
 
ROADS                                                       
    Panel agrees to standards for Route 53  1/2/97 p.7
    BH board nixes road referendum  1/30/97 p.6
    Chestnut may go to St. Anne  1/30/97 p.12
    County shelves Yorkhouse project  2/6/97 p.12
    Resident warns board to ready for wider routes  2/6/97 p.28
    Village seeks to improve troublesome street corner  2/13/97
        p.10
    Developers eye Route 14 sites  2/13/97 p.12
    Less is more this construction season  2/27/97 p.9
    Area road projects won't slow traffic  2/27/97 p.12
    BH residents call for traffic relief  3/6/97 p.5
    Group seeks input on roads plan  3/6/97 p.6
    BH residents polled on gated-street idea  3/13/97 p.13
    Safer intersection sought  4/3/97 p.10
    Route 53 and EJ&E plans cause CATS controversy  4/10/97 p.24
    Neighbors' fear of flooding prompts Roslyn Road fight 
        4/24/97 p.9
    Roslyn Road annexation hearing set  5/1/97 p.6
    Antenna revenue boosts road improvements  5/29/97 p.7
    Road warrior  5/29/97 p.85
    Hoffman trustees want tollway ramp expanded  6/12/97 p.8
    Kelsey-River-Miller redesign near  6/19/97 p.6
    Villages could cooperate to widen road  7/10/97 p.9
    Village to get $1 million from state  8/14/97 p.5
    IDOT gathers input on Route 59  8/14/97 p.8
    Intersection safety to be reviewed  8/21/97 p.26
    Growth will outpace road work, study says  9/25/97 p.26
    State almost finished with Barrington Hills roadwork 
        11/13/97 p.10
    Study:  Route 53 extension would add people, few jobs 
        11/20/97 p.14
    New street is complete  12/11/97 p.13
    BH board to review rule of its roads  12/25/97 p.14
 
ROCKLIN, MATT                                               
    Karate kid  7/3/97 p.113
 
ROESER, TOM                                                 
    Nordquist files formal complaint against Roeser  10/30/97
        p.7
 
ROHDE, BEVERLY                                              
    Fighter plane buzzes Roslyn Road area  7/17/97 p.5
 
RON BEESE PARK                                              
    Classroom environment  5/15/97 p.28
    It was a boot time  9/4/97 p.7
 
ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY                                        
    Roosevelt unveils expansion plans  4/3/97 p.30
 
ROSARY COLLEGE                                              
    Rosary College changing its name to Dominican U.  1/2/97
        p.24
 
ROSELLI, KEVIN                                              
    Girl's death saddens community  7/24/97 p.5
    Roselli leaves hospital  8/7/97 p.8
 
ROSEN, KATHRYNNE ANN                                        
    Battle gal  10/16/97 p.B5
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Sticking with it:  chopstick lesson provides insight 
        2/20/97 p.25
    Getting their kicks  6/5/97 p.23
    Final crossing  6/19/97 p.25
    How to cook a turkey  11/20/97 p.29
    How to cook a turkey  11/27/97 p.105
 
ROSS, KAYLA                                                 
    High school sweethearts  10/23/97 p.101
 
ROUND LAKE, ILL.                                            
    Hazardous household waste facility to be built  8/21/97 p.31
 
RUDE, CHERYL LYNN                                           
    Cops arrest man for 1965 murders  12/25/97 p.21
 
RUSSELL, JOHN                                               
    Custom Cup; John Russell, owner  2/27/97 p.97
 
RYAN, GEORGE                                                
    Ryan picks BHS grad as running mate  11/13/97 p.11
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    Safety Town is up and running  6/19/97 p.11
 
SALVI, MIKE                                                 
    Two join 51st district race  12/04/97 p.14
 
SAUBER, MATTHEW J.                                          
    Devilish prank leads to 5 arrests  7/17/97 p.5
 
SAYRE, JESS                                                 
    Sayre keeps Broncos in race  2/20/97 p.107
 
SCHAGER, PATRICIA                                           
    Single parent accepts degree with 13 of 14 kids looking on 
        6/5/97 p.11
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    Cemetery discovery puzzles police  5/29/97 p.6
 
SCHLOBOHM, PRISCILLA                                        
    She's seen it all  4/10/97 p.29
 
SCHMALZ, DARIN                                              
    New Dodger Schmalz getting cultured  6/12/97 p.122
 
SCHMIDT, BOB                                                
    Area teen shreds the competition  4/3/97 p.11
 
SCHMIDTKE, KLAUS                                            
    Limo found in ditch, police arrest driver  12/04/97 p.23
 
SCHMITZ, JOHN                                               
    Good Samaritan helps save couple  9/4/97 p.20
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                                          
    Henry wins another term  11/6/97 p.10
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    Charter school's roots are deep in different ideology 
        1/16/97 p.28
    Plan spells out charter school's curriculum  1/16/97 p.29
    District 220 board rejects charter school proposal  1/30/97
        p.10
    Board nixes Jefferson Charter School plan  2/6/97 p.38
    Fitzgerald sponsors bill to boost charter schools  3/13/97
        p.33
    Charter schools are joke under current law  3/20/97 p.35
    Scaled-down charter school proposed for three districts 
        5/8/97 p.25
    Charter school gets rejected once again  6/26/97 p.26
    Officials exploring charter-school idea  9/4/97 p.13
    Lessons from the past  11/13/97 p.99
    Bill makes changes for teachers' tenure, charter school
        rules  12/04/97 p.28
 
SCURTO CEMENT CONSTRUCTION LTD.                             
    Scurto discloses company's bid for AMC cement project 
        2/27/97 p.10
 
SEAMAN, BARBARA                                             
    Barrington librarian starting new chapter  4/17/97 p.10
 
SEIGLE'S                                                    
    Antique mall proposed at Seigle's site  4/17/97 p.5
    Plan panel recommends mall approval  4/24/97 p.5
 
SHARP, PAUL H.                                              
    Student jailed on drug charge  1/2/97 p.8
 
SHARPE, SIBYL                                               
    Church sees Sharpe off  10/23/97 p.7
 
SHERMAN HOSPITAL                                            
    Sherman officials consider medical center expansion 
        5/22/97 p.9
    Sherman Hospital drops plans to expand offices  7/24/97 p.7
 
SHERRY, DAN                                                 
    My dog can do that  7/31/97 p.85
 
SHERRY, MARCIA                                              
    My dog can do that  7/31/97 p.85
 
SHIFLETT, JAMES A., REV.                                    
    Shiflett welcomed at St. Paul United  4/3/97 p.102
 
SHIRLEY, THOMAS                                             
    A place for the homeless  6/12/97 p.95
 
SHOTKOSKI, FELICIA                                          
    Shotkoski family unhappy, resigned to plea bargain  2/20/97
        p.9
 
SIEBEL, RICHARD                                             
    Siebel to leave county board, seek Circuit Court judgeship 
        11/27/97 p.10
 
SIMMS, MIKE                                                 
    Custom Classics; Bryan Reehoff and Mike Simms, owners 
        5/15/97 p.101
 
SIOK, TOM                                                   
    Siok challenges Graft for village president  1/23/97 p.8
    Siok candidacy challenged  2/6/97 p.6
    Tom Siok drops out of president's race  2/13/97 p.5
    Graft plans changes for South Barrington  3/6/97 p.8
    Race over, but not hearings  3/6/97 p.8
    Siok's name stays on ballot  3/27/97 p.13
 
SISTERS TOO, INC.                                           
    Sisters Too, Inc.; Ginny Sweeney and Mary Anne Warton,
        owners  6/26/97 p.99
 
SKINNER, CALVIN, JR.                                        
    Skinner:  State's school plan equals $19 million tax hike 
        2/13/97 p.8
    Skinner faces opponent in Republican primary  10/30/97 p.34
 
SMARINSKY, LINDSAY                                          
    Car accident fails to foil state-bound Smarinsky  2/20/97
        p.106
 
SMITH, RHONDA                                               
    Two women hurt in crash  3/13/97 p.9
 
SOBTI, ARUN                                                 
    Three new trustees ready to join board  1/30/97 p.9
 
SOKOL, KAREN L.                                             
    Airbag used to free woman's arm  3/13/97 p.9
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    Hazardous household waste facility to be built  8/21/97 p.31
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY                  
    Waste agency to take construction debris  10/2/97 p.12
 
SOTO, JOSE                                                  
    Alsip man is injured in construction accident  11/6/97 p.21
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    South Barrington's board considering administrators  2/6/97
        p.8
    Gilbert, Pierburg seek park district post  3/20/97 p.7
    South Barrington Park District hires executive director 
        3/27/97 p.12
    Gilbert wins SB parks post  4/3/97 p.9
    Village, park district to discuss ice rink plan  10/23/97
        p.7
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Board:  residents will not pay for proposed sewer  1/2/97
        p.9
    Density sinks James Company's Klehm plan  1/9/97 p.5
    New 55-acre subdivision proposed  1/9/97 p.6
    Union Pacific will not drop Midlands suit  1/9/97 p.14
    Trustee Graft seeks president's post  1/9/97 p.16
    Fuller won't be seeking fifth term as president  1/16/97 p.8
    Trustees say 600 houses too dense for Klehm site  1/16/97
        p.9
    Village's Midlands troubles not over  1/23/97 p.5
    Siok challenges Graft for village president  1/23/97 p.8
    Three new trustees ready to join board  1/30/97 p.9
    Siok candidacy challenged  2/6/97 p.6
    South Barrington's board considering administrators  2/6/97
        p.8
    Village sewer hearing set  2/20/97 p.8
    SB police, medical examiner continue fatal accident probe 
        2/20/97 p.9
    SB board defining administrator job  2/20/97 p.12
    Scurto discloses company's bid for AMC cement project 
        2/27/97 p.10
    South Barrington board reviews budget  3/6/97 p.6
    Graft plans changes for South Barrington  3/6/97 p.8
    Race over, but not hearings  3/6/97 p.8
    Allstate not interested in sewer  3/6/97 p.9
    Village marks end of Fuller era  3/20/97 p.11
    Siok's name stays on ballot  3/27/97 p.13
    As expected, Graft wins in South Barrington race  4/3/97 p.9
    Suspicious men spotted at ATM  4/3/97 p.13
    Graft sworn in as SB president  4/17/97 p.14
    SB teen raises funds for India orphans  5/1/97 p.11
    Avlon plan calls for hotel, offices  5/8/97 p.13
    Gumma to fill SB Board vacancy  5/15/97 p.5
    Sewer capacity issue linked to vision of village's future 
        5/15/97 p.8
    The "ize" have it  6/5/97 p.97
    South Barrington girl wins Loyola contest  6/12/97 p.34
    Debate rages over school site  6/19/97 p.5
    South Barrington policeman saves deer  6/19/97 p.6
    Officials defend proposed school site  6/26/97 p.5
    Wamberg confident school site can be cleaned up  7/3/97 p.5
    Villages could cooperate to widen road  7/10/97 p.9
    SB panel starts review of plan for new school  7/17/97 p.13
    HALO will provide guardian angels for SB subdivisions 
        7/17/97 p.21
    Klehm golf course plan nixed  7/17/97 p.10
    Setback request could be setback for school plans  7/31/97
        p.8
    SB swim team is having fun in the summer sun  7/31/97 p.9
    Two developers eye Klehm property  8/14/97 p.6
    Board lists conditions for school  8/21/97 p.5
    School construction could start this fall  8/28/97 p.5
    Kramer's legacy recalled  8/28/97 p.9
    SB seeks sanitary district annexation  9/4/97 p.6
    South Barrington intersection has two crashes on same day 
        9/4/97 p.8
    SB teen helps children in Madras, India  9/4/97 p.11
    Mailbox bill is getting forwarded  9/4/97 p.12
    AMC movie theaters moving along  9/18/97 p.6
    SB sewer project gets put on hold  9/18/97 p.12
    Residents' memories requested for project  9/18/97 p.12
    Sportsplex may neighbor theater  9/25/97 p.5
    Sewer plan moving again  10/2/97 p.10
    Village, park district to discuss ice rink plan  10/23/97
        p.7
    Village making history  10/30/97 p.6
    South Barrington will sell bonds for sewer project 
        11/27/97 p.8
    SB board approves AMC's theater plan  11/27/97 p.13
    Cops catch suspected car thief  12/04/97 p.32
    Beaver builds swimming pool  12/25/97 p.6
    Developer has contract to buy Klehm property  12/25/97 p.9
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF LAKE COUNTY                   
    SEDOL shift sits well with parents  2/6/97 p.34
 
SPICER, BETSY                                               
    Above and beyond  5/8/97 p.117
    Spicer sprints to 4th in 800 at State  5/29/97 p.108
 
SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY (DISEASE)                           
    Fighting a killer  10/30/97 p.103
 
SPORTS                                                      
    Title IX:  25 years  8/21/97 p.117
 
SPRUNNER PARK                                               
    The national past time had a Barrington home  7/3/97 p.92
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    St. Anne adjusts street-closing plan  1/16/97 p.11
    Clarification to story of 1/16/97  1/23/97 p.6
    Chestnut may go to St. Anne  1/30/97 p.12
    St. Anne expansion plans moving along  4/3/97 p.6
    St. Anne project provides hope to those who need it 
        7/10/97 p.8
    St. Anne expansion plans almost ready  7/17/97 p.6
    Better than hoped for  7/17/97 p.7
    St. Anne plan reaching new heights  12/11/97 p.7
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Pen pal picnic  5/22/97 p.29
    New era begins  9/18/97 p.29
 
ST. JOHN CHURCH                                             
    Cemetery discovery puzzles police  5/29/97 p.6
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    St. Matthew team aids Lutherans in Mexico  11/20/97 p.11
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Shiflett welcomed at St. Paul United  4/3/97 p.102
 
ST. VIATOR HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Viator's visionary  1/30/97 p.23
 
STAY TOONED GALLERY                                         
    Gallery selling original Disney art  7/31/97 p.7
 
STEPHAN, DELORES                                            
    Wheeling assessor joins Cook County board race  12/11/97
        p.24
 
STETTLER, VICKY                                             
    Student's choreography featured  11/20/97 p.5
 
STIRLEN-PIPER & DAVENPORT FUNERAL HOME                      
    Stirlen-Piper & Davenport Funeral Home; Jack and Lisa
        Davenport, owners  6/12/97 p.111
 
STOLMAN, DAVID                                              
    Lake County board member may seek to succeed Clayton 
        11/27/97 p.13
 
STROUT, JOYCE                                               
    The "ize" have it  6/5/97 p.97
 
SUBURBAN BANK                                               
    Village keeps site options open  7/10/97 p.5
 
SUTKER, CALVIN                                              
    Skokie democrat to challenge John Stroger for president
        post  11/27/97 p.10
 
SWEENEY, GINNY                                              
    Sisters Too, Inc.; Ginny Sweeney and Mary Anne Warton,
        owners  6/26/97 p.99
 
SYD SIMONS DAY SPA                                          
    Syd Simon Day Spa; Cathy Ramstadt, owner  12/04/97 p.149
 
SZPUNAR, MEREDITH                                           
    South Barrington girl wins Loyola contest  6/12/97 p.34
 
SZYMANSKI, PAT                                              
    End of the Szymanski era  1/2/97 p.73
 
SZYMANSKI, RON                                              
    Court decision frustrates couple  2/13/97 p.7
 
TAUBMAN COMPANY                                             
    Plan panel begins it deliberations on mall  1/9/97 p.8
    Mall foes taking fight before village board  1/16/97 p.10
    Lake Zurich board gets ready to join mall fight  1/16/97
        p.10
    LZ board opposes mall  1/23/97 p.10
    Wynstone owners group remains neutral on mall  1/23/97 p.10
    North Barrington pans mall survey  1/30/97 p.6
    Sewer, sales tax and traffic top trustees' Taubman talk 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Malls are proving beneficial to Huntley and Vernon Hills 
        2/6/97 p.10
    Fire Department prepared for mall  2/6/97 p.11
    Public gets last chance to speak on mall  2/13/97 p.5
    Critics line up to blast mall  2/20/97 p.5
    Board votes to reject mall  2/27/97 p.7
    What happens next?  2/27/97 p.7
    Kolar:  Board made emotional decision  2/27/97 p.7
    Mountsier not supporting mall  3/6/97 p.6
    Developer calls mall report inaccurate  4/10/97 p.6
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Tax levy approved  1/2/97 p.8
    Skinner:  State's school plan equals $19 million tax hike 
        2/13/97 p.8
    Tax balancing plan presented  2/27/97 p.8
    Third round of tax fight won by School District 220 
        2/27/97 p.10
    New lawsuit rises from school tax dispute  3/13/97 p.5
    Formula calculates effect of referendum on tax bill 
        3/20/97 p.10
    Changing tax system is no small measure  4/17/97 p.11
    Early estimates of March '98 referendum near $50 million 
        5/1/97 p.9
    Sales tax code errors cost village  6/12/97 p.5
    Legislators say Edgar's plan wouldn't help area taxpayers 
        6/12/97 p.22
    Judge upholds District 220 tax-base increase ruling 
        6/19/97 p.8
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Real property assessments  10/16/97 p.125
    Delinquencies  12/11/97 p.127
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    School District 220 ready to issue property tax levy 
        11/27/97 p.8
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Cook County treasurer to hold scavenger sale  6/19/97 p.105
    Scavenger sale schedule  6/19/97 p.104
    Delinquencies  12/11/97 p.127
    Tax delinquency sale to begin January 12  12/25/97 p.86
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment  3/20/97 p.119
    Assessment  11/13/97 p.117
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Delinquencies  11/13/97 p.A7
 
TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                             
    Tax bills rock industrial park  5/8/97 p.5
    Reassessment wouldn't change high tax bills in industrial
        park  10/2/97 p.8
 
TAXATION--VERNON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                             
    Drainage district  11/13/97 p.A1
 
TEGEL, PAUL                                                 
    A house built for a count  5/1/97 p.96
 
TEGEL, VIRGINIA                                             
    A house built for a count  5/1/97 p.96
 
TEITEL, DAVID                                               
    Three men are charged in Lichtman art theft  10/30/97 p.7
 
THOMAS JEFFERSON CHARTER SCHOOL                             
    Charter school's roots are deep in different ideology 
        1/16/97 p.28
    Plan spells out charter school's curriculum  1/16/97 p.29
    District 220 board rejects charter school proposal  1/30/97
        p.10
    Board nixes Jefferson Charter School plan  2/6/97 p.38
    Fitzgerald sponsors bill to boost charter schools  3/13/97
        p.33
    Charter schools are joke under current law  3/20/97 p.35
    Scaled-down charter school proposed for three districts 
        5/8/97 p.25
    Charter school gets rejected once again  6/26/97 p.26
    Officials exploring charter-school idea  9/4/97 p.13
    Bill makes changes for teachers' tenure, charter school
        rules  12/04/97 p.28
 
THOMPSON, PAUL                                              
    Harper president to leave next year  7/3/97 p.24
    Time to move on  7/24/97 p.26
 
THORNHILL, SANDRA                                           
    Woman in hospital after crash  2/20/97 p.8
 
THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB                                    
    Improvements eyed for Thunderbird clubhouse  11/20/97 p.7
 
TIEDJE, TIMOTHY                                             
    Road warrior  5/29/97 p.85
 
TIMOCH, JANINE                                              
    BH officer files EEOC complaint  4/3/97 p.12
    BH board votes to keep Timoch as DARE officer  6/5/97 p.10
 
TORKKO, DENNIS E.                                           
    Torkko to be honored at Arthritis Foundation gala  10/2/97
        p.110
 
TOURVILLE, RAY                                              
    Barrington man spreads word about rare disease  5/1/97 p.7
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes well plan may hold water  1/23/97 p.7
    Tower Lakes test well may cost near $50,000  2/6/97 p.8
    Water storage steams TL village trustee race  2/13/97 p.9
    Village board marriages cause little controversy  2/13/97
        p.9
    Tower Lakes woman robbed  3/6/97 p.9
    Tower Lakes well-drilling project waits for approval from
        state EPA  3/27/97 p.9
    Heagerty, Cantieri join TL board  4/3/97 p.9
    Tower Lakes gets permit from IEPA  4/24/97 p.25
    Lakefront residents question rezoning  5/8/97 p.14
    TL water tests yield positive results  7/24/97 p.6
    Tower Lakes may double water bill base rate  9/18/97 p.7
    Chief Eccles quits Tower Lakes post  10/16/97 p.14
    Financial report  10/30/97 p.124
 
TOWNE, JUSTIN                                               
    Boy Scout holding clothing drive  9/18/97 p.8
 
TRAFFIC                                                     
    Police warn students about dangers in traffic  9/11/97 p.5
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Route 53 and EJ&E plans cause CATS controversy  4/10/97 p.24
    Villages [sic] takes EJ&E stand  5/29/97 p.9
    Correction to story of 5/29/97  6/5/97 p.6
    Village to add $700,000 to Metra station project  6/12/97
        p.8
 
TROIANI, MARYANN                                            
    Brief advice  5/15/97 p.89
 
UARCO, INC.                                                 
    Ohio-based company buying Uarco  12/04/97 p.5
 
UNCHA, JASON                                                
    Bazos Cleaners; Kim and Jason Uncha, owners  4/24/97 p.103
 
UNCHA, KIM                                                  
    Bazos Cleaners; Kim and Jason Uncha, owners  4/24/97 p.103
 
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD                                      
    Union Pacific will not drop Midlands suit  1/9/97 p.14
    Village's Midlands troubles not over  1/23/97 p.5
 
UNITED HOMES                                                
    Village of Cary joins condemnation suit  10/2/97 p.29
 
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE                                       
    Strikers picket at UPS facility  8/7/97 p.20
    Barrington copes during UPS strike  8/7/97 p.21
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Antenna may go on top of post office  2/20/97 p.6
    Retirement reflections  7/10/97 p.85
 
VAN DIEN, JOHN                                              
    Cop plans to sue rodeo protesters  5/15/97 p.12
 
VEATH, AUDREY                                               
    Resident making blanket statement to fight hunger  10/16/97
        p.11
 
VERNON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                       
    Drainage district  11/13/97 p.A1
 
VERSCHOOR, CURTIS                                           
    Dollars and sense  11/20/97 p.105
 
VILLAGE GREEN                                               
    Mural set for Village Green  5/15/97 p.5
 
VILLAGE LIQUORS                                             
    Store seeking lottery winner  5/15/97 p.13
 
VINECE, BETHEA                                              
    Father presents local debutante  6/5/97 p.30
 
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF GREATER BARRINGTON                      
    Umbrella volunteer group formed for Barrington area 
        10/2/97 p.9
 
VONDERHAAR, JEAN                                            
    Lovett, VonderHaar, DeJesu win LB seats  4/3/97 p.10
 
WAGON WHEEL STARLETS (ICE SKATING CLUB)                     
    Local ice skaters to represent U.S. at Milan tourney 
        2/6/97 p.103
    Barrington skaters help Junior Starlets capture 3-peat in
        New York  3/27/97 p.126
 
WAHRER, DANIEL                                              
    Deer Park site subject of bribery probe  3/27/97 p.11
 
WALLNER, MAIRIN                                             
    Girl's death saddens community  7/24/97 p.5
    Scholarship founded in Mairin Wallner's name  7/31/97 p.14
    Brothers put on "Miles for Mairin"  8/21/97 p.7
    Driver in fatal accident is issued traffic ticket  9/4/97
        p.14
 
WALTER, ELIZABETH                                           
    Author relates horrors of post-war life  7/24/97 p.11
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Wamberg confident school site can be cleaned up  7/3/97 p.5
 
WARING, DAVID                                               
    Barrington man says China wants Hong Kong stable  7/10/97
        p.13
 
WARTON, MARY ANNE                                           
    Sisters Too, Inc.; Ginny Sweeney and Mary Anne Warton,
        owners  6/26/97 p.99
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Village gets grant  4/10/97 p.13
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Well-drilling work at industrial park is meeting delays 
        1/16/97 p.7
    Tower Lakes well plan may hold water  1/23/97 p.7
    Tower Lakes test well may cost near $50,000  2/6/97 p.8
    Water storage steams TL village trustee race  2/13/97 p.9
    Tower Lakes well-drilling project waits for approval from
        state EPA  3/27/97 p.9
    Tower Lakes gets permit from IEPA  4/24/97 p.25
    Industrial park bond deal could lead to lower taxes  9/4/97
        p.9
    Tower Lakes may double water bill base rate  9/18/97 p.7
    LB officials weigh sewer, water options  9/25/97 p.7
    Sewer plan moving again  10/2/97 p.10
 
WAUCONDA FIRE DEPARTMENT                                    
    Fire Department prepared for mall  2/6/97 p.11
 
WAUCONDA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Forest preserve seeks to buy 533 acres  7/24/97 p.24
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Fond farewell:  Mers family sells eatery to Barrington
        restaurateurs  1/16/97 p.89
    Cop plans to sue rodeo protesters  5/15/97 p.12
    Rodeo protester plans to appeal  5/29/97 p.13
    Group offers $50,000 to end annual rodeo  6/26/97 p.12
    Protester ordered to steer clear of Wauconda rodeo  7/3/97
        p.13
    No arrests are made at Wauconda's rodeo  7/17/97 p.9
    Circus, protesters coming back to Wauconda  9/11/97 p.7
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Storm dumps 3.7 inches of rain on area  2/27/97 p.5
    Wind whips down trees, power lines  4/10/97 p.6
 
WEBB, KRISTI                                                
    Webb's slam lifts Fillies to MSL crown  5/29/97 p.108
 
WELLNESS CENTER                                             
    Cultural wellness  4/3/97 p.107
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Panel proposes new wetland standards  10/2/97 p.26
 
WHEELING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 21                      
    District 21 scrambles to find bus drivers  12/04/97 p.48
 
WHITE, BILL                                                 
    Murder suspects charged  12/04/97 p.33
 
WILBOR, TOM                                                 
    Wilbor picked for LB board  5/1/97 p.13
 
WILD ONION BREWING COMPANY                                  
    Wild Onion Brewing Company; Patrick, Mike and John Kainz,
        owners  6/19/97 p.103
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Willow Creek joins PADS network  1/23/97 p.7
    Willow Creek speaker disputes Darwin dogma  4/24/97 p.7
    Bank executive accepts Willow Creek position  5/22/97 p.20
 
WOLLAR, BURNELL                                             
    Attending to details  7/3/97 p.87
 
WOOD, CORINNE                                               
    Ryan picks BHS grad as running mate  11/13/97 p.11
 
WORLD SECURITY BUREAU                                       
    Keeping guard  6/5/97 p.89
 
WRITE STUFF [WRITING CONTEST]                               
    Winning essays  4/3/97 p.B32
 
WU, DAVID                                                   
    National test proves BHS students have merit  8/14/97 p.7
 
WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Wynstone owners group remains neutral on mall  1/23/97 p.10
 
YOUNG WRITERS CONTEST                                       
    Winners  8/7/97 p.28
    Winners  8/14/97 p.28
    Winners  9/4/97 p.24
    Winners  9/25/97 p.28
 
YOUNG, BILLY                                                
    Sister gives brother gift of life  4/17/97 p.7
    Siblings doing fine after kidney transplant  6/19/97 p.7
 
YOUNG, DOUG                                                 
    GSH sponsors man in charity bike ride  6/5/97 p.7
 
YOUNG, KELLY                                                
    Sister gives brother gift of life  4/17/97 p.7
    Siblings doing fine after kidney transplant  6/19/97 p.7
 
YOUNGSTROM, T.R.                                            
    T.R. Youngstrom's zest for life remembered  9/18/97 p.32
 
ZAREMBA, MATT                                               
    Passing grade  3/6/97 p.117
 
ZIDEK, LYNN                                                 
    Decoys fit the bill for art collector  4/24/97 p.7
 
ZONING                                                      
    Cary board ok's business zoning for Fox River site  1/2/97
        p.14
    Prairie School gets rezoned, permit  2/13/97 p.6
    County:  labyrinth violates zoning law  4/17/97 p.8
    Lakefront residents question rezoning  5/8/97 p.14
    Have a say in Barrington's future  6/19/97 p.6
    Evergreen Cemetery zoning becomes subject of debate 
        6/19/97 p.8
    Appeal filed in attempt to stop LB development  7/10/97 p.9
    Firm hired to update plan  9/11/97 p.8
    Inverness mulling townhouse proposal  10/30/97 p.33

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