ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Three treated for CO poisoning  1/19/95 p.6
    Three-car accident (picture)  1/26/95 p.9
    Local man injured in business accident  2/2/95 p.11
    Traffic fatality shows signs of some underage drinking
        (picture)  4/13/95 p.5
    Drugs, alcohol involved in fatal crash  4/27/95 p.30
    Crash injures Palatine teen  5/4/95 p.12
    Reckless driving conviction logged  5/4/95 p.13
    Man flees from scene of accident (picture)  5/11/95 p.5
    Van crashes through restaurant window  5/11/95 p.12
    Event to honor Lizzy Faul  6/1/95 p.6
    Hill-hopping cases mount  6/1/95 p.12
    No foul play suspected in Barrington teen's death  6/29/95
        p.16
    Motorcyclist killed in crash  7/20/95 p.6
    Shell shocked:  strange twist in terrapin tale ties score
        at cars, turtle: 1-1  7/20/95 p.8
    Heat may be responsible for 90-year-olds death  8/3/95 p.5
    House struck by lightning  8/24/95 p.6
    Crash yields felony DUI charge  8/24/95 p.9
    Barrington man dies during triathlon  8/31/95 p.7
    Triathletes vow to keep competing  8/31/95 p.13
    Two men die in crash  9/7/95 p.8
    Local man killed in crash  9/14/95 p.5
    Car drives through Route 14 business  10/5/95 p.5
    Oh, my God!:  Witnesses describe tragedy unfolding [school
        bus-train accident]  10/26/95 p.5
    Man dies in Barrington Hills accident  10/26/95 p.6
    Tragedy brings togetherness [school bus-train accident] 
        10/26/95 p.8
    Friends mourn loss  11/2/95 p.5
    Signal function is investigated  11/2/95 p.6
    Officials to test signals at 154 intersections  11/2/95 p.7
    Tribute to Tiffany [poem]  11/2/95 p.9
    Former BHS student remembered as a kind, personable, neat
        kid  11/2/95 p.9
    BACOG towns get ribbons  11/2/95 p.10
    BHS reaches out to Cary-Grove  11/2/95 p.10
    Baskets raise money for memorial  11/9/95 p.6
    Legal actions arising from accident begin  11/9/95 p.7
    Child playing with matches starts fire at parish center 
        11/9/95 p.10
    Investigators at odds over signal problem  11/9/95 p.16
    Coroner says alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/16/95 p.11
    Tiffany baskets no longer for sale  11/23/95 p.6
    Bosnia mission all part of the job  12/14/95 p.10
    Boy's return home marked with joy  12/21/95 p.25
 
ADAMS, SCOTT                                                
    The two-dimensional life of Scott Adams (picture)  3/23/95
        p.B3
 
ADOPTION                                                    
    Friends support Does to very end  4/27/95 p.5
    Does try one last legal move  5/4/95 p.26
    Custody battle chronology  5/4/95 p.27
    Doctor says boy's scars could run deep (picture)  5/4/95
        p.28
    Voices carry at "Richard" rally (picture)  5/25/95 p.13
    Tag day planned for "Richard"  6/1/95 p.6
    Battle lines drawn over visitation rights  6/22/95 p.20
 
ADVOCATE HEALTH CARE                                        
    Hospital merger creates Advocate  1/26/95 p.5
 
AGNELLO, CARLO                                              
    Agnello's practice pays off in win  12/14/95 p.129
 
AITKEN, THOMAS                                              
    New trustee  4/27/95 p.30
 
ALBERTZ, WILLIAM A.                                         
    Police officer dies while awaiting transplant  11/9/95 p.21
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Zero-tolerance call sounded at meeting  6/22/95 p.13
    Dozens of BHS graduates arrested  8/17/95 p.5
    Feds raid ID dealers in northwest Indiana  10/12/95 p.9
 
ALEX, SHANNA                                                
    Crash injures Palatine teen  5/4/95 p.12
 
ALEXANDER STILLMAN NATURE CENTER                            
    Exposed cable forces Stillman closing  10/19/95 p.6
 
ALEXANDER, KIRSTEN                                          
    Alexander, Doetzel back to their old scoring ways (picture)
        5/11/95 p.145
 
ALGONQUIN TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                    
    Local township official spars with state group  1/5/95 p.14
 
ALGONQUIN, ILL.                                             
    Bridge over the River Fox  10/5/95 p.7
    Treasurer's report  10/26/95 p.C12
 
ALL STAR SPECIALTIES                                        
    INS deports employees of landscaping company  8/17/95 p.13
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    Motorola-Allstate deal in village's hands  4/20/95 p.6
    Panel has hang-ups with Motorola  5/25/95 p.6
    Motorola-Allstate deal folds  6/8/95 p.6
    Allstate unable to meet Motorola move-in plans  6/15/95 p.13
    State in good hands  9/28/95 p.6
 
AMERICAN LEGION POST 158 (BASEBALL CLUB)                    
    Russian baseball team schedules Barrington visit  3/2/95
        p.18
    Legion team dumps Vernon in the dome  6/22/95 p.126
    Legion Classic scours world for top teams  6/22/95 p.129
    Post 158 works way into final 4  7/20/95 p.117
    Post 158 earns deserved rest  8/3/95 p.113
    Barrington baseball diamonds sparkle  8/10/95 p.27
    Elite seven making final curtain call  8/10/95 p.111
    Barrington grabs its state title  8/17/95 p.105
    Post 158 goes down proudly  8/24/95 p.111
 
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY                               
    School District makes offer on American Can site [map] 
        3/16/95 p.7
 
AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS, INC.                              
    Ameritech gives cable TV a ring  6/8/95 p.109
    Ameritech head likes his calls  8/10/95 p.89
    Ameritech kicks off area code campaign [map]  11/23/95 p.10
 
ANIMAL RESCUE SERVICE                                       
    Angels to animals:  rescue service heals neglected animals,
        finds them a family (picture)  1/5/95 p.16
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Lion and tiger combined, oh my! (picture)  1/26/95 p.117
    Animal League elects president  3/2/95 p.16
    Raccoon population suffering outbreak of canine distemper 
        3/16/95 p.17
    Seven lucky ducklings birthed in new Jewel/Osco parking lot
        (picture)  5/25/95 p.9
    Down on the farm:  potbelly pigs return from rural retreat
        in the hills  7/6/95 p.10
    Public works hustles to clear away roadkill  7/27/95 p.16
    Bacteria bloom kills fish in Inverness lake  8/10/95 p.7
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Geese attacked in Inverness  3/23/95 p.8
    Police called to squirrel electrocution  3/30/95 p.6
    Animal rights group rats on Gillette tests (picture) 
        5/18/95 p.126
    Group cries foul in death of steer  6/1/95 p.29
    Eyewitness:  steer died, but blame misdirected  6/8/95 p.5
    Protests prod police spurring three arrests  7/13/95 p.9
    Shell shocked:  strange twist in terrapin tale ties score
        at cars, turtle: 1-1  7/20/95 p.8
    Student answers plea from Guatemalan zoo  7/20/95 p.10
    Charge dropped against one rodeo demonstrator  7/27/95 p.10
    Deer dies after rescue on icy Hawthorne Lake  11/23/95 p.7
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Pact leads to larger Lake Zurich  1/19/95 p.6
    Commission recommends annexation  4/6/95 p.6
    North Barrington annexation sought  5/25/95 p.6
    Midlands trial reduced to brief arguments  7/13/95 p.10
    Last punch is thrown in Midlands case  8/10/95 p.5
    Village annexes 27 lots in Timber Creek area  8/31/95 p.14
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    World War II veterans eye 50th anniversary  5/4/95 p.16
    Commemoration activities set for 50th anniversary  5/11/95
        p.11
    Couple clocking in at 55 years together (picture)  5/25/95
        p.29
    Gaskills celebrate 50th  (picture)  6/22/95 p.34
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dunk [50 years]  8/24/95 p.32
    Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hull [50th]  10/5/95 p.40
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marx [60th]  10/12/95 p.36
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Odds against race track posting profitable season  6/22/95
        p.9
 
ARNDT, LAURA                                                
    Arndt animals good subjects for art (picture)  5/4/95 p.33
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Blue-ribbon school gears up for fun(d)-raisers  2/16/95
        p.113
    Paris match:  French students make 17th Barrington visit
        (picture)  3/30/95 p.113
    Downs but not out:  Special Olympics athletes introduced at
        Lines (picture)  5/18/95 p.133
 
ART                                                         
    Kenyon-Oppenheimer; Joel Oppenheimer, owner  7/13/95 p.97
    Modern art to be used for ancient message  7/27/95 p.13
    Artcenter future painted in shades of gray  7/27/95 p.B3
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Never stumped:  Chainsaw artist sees more than firewood in
        logs (picture)  3/2/95 p.20
    Arndt animals good subjects for art (picture)  5/4/95 p.33
    Chabrian awarded for watercolor work  8/24/95 p.36
    Artist's work enters its own dimension  9/21/95 p.31
 
ARTS OF NATIVE AMERICA                                      
    Arts of Native America; Elizabeth Uioth, owner  7/6/95 p.73
 
ATER, BARBARA                                               
    Administrator's replacement arrives  3/16/95 p.9
 
AUCHTER, EDITH                                              
    Independent Auchter re-elected in close race  11/9/95 p.8
 
AUSTIN, TONY                                                
    Austin's return inspires gymnasts  3/30/95 p.126
    Austin makes a shining debut at conference meet  5/4/95
        p.134
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    "Race car" making a parade pit stop  6/29/95 p.7
 
AYERS, TIM                                                  
    Pastor drawn to humor (picture)  2/16/95 p.19
 
AZNAVOORIAN, ANAHID                                         
    BHS graduate selected as presidential scholar  6/29/95 p.22
 
BAIRD & WARNER REAL ESTATE                                  
    Family firm celebrates 140th birthday  7/20/95 p.93
 
BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                 
    Fowl weather friends:  herons and egrets spring back to
        local lakes (picture)  4/6/95 p.34
    Search for round barn ends at Baker's Lake  6/22/95 p.11
 
BARCO COMPANY                                               
    Company could purchase the Barco building  11/2/95 p.10
 
BARRINGTON APARTMENTS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    Apartments get approved  10/26/95 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Herbal experience:  Brother-in-law inspires BAAC Art Fair
        poster  6/8/95 p.33
    Young Writers Contest  6/22/95 p.121
    Young Writers Contest  6/29/95 p.115
    Collier collars Council's Best, Choice awards  7/6/95 p.83
    Young Writers Contest  7/6/95 p.87
    Young Writers Contest  7/13/95 p.114
    Young Writers Contest  7/20/95 p.113
    The big parade:  BAAC's musical a family affair  7/27/95
        p.31
    Young Writers Contest  7/27/95 p.111
    Young Writers Contest  8/3/95 p.109
    Young Writers Contest  8/10/95 p.107
    Young Writers Contest  8/17/95 p.101
    Young Writers Contest  8/24/95 p.105
    Young Writers Contest  8/31/95 p.97
    Young Writers Contest  9/7/95 p.119
    Young Writers Contest  9/14/95 p.110
    Young Writers Contest  9/28/95 p.100
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber of Commerce officers installed  2/16/95 p.97
    Gary Hines bestowed with Award of Merit (picture)  3/16/95
        p.105
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Intergovernmental council celebrates 25th anniversary 
        4/27/95 p.9
    BACOG towns get ribbons  11/2/95 p.10
    Local forces join toll plaza opposition  11/16/95 p.10
    Area leaders look to protect borders after Midlands case 
        12/28/95 p.16
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Campaign kicks off in newsletter  3/2/95 p.5
    BACOA chief seeks to define mission (picture)  4/27/95 p.33
    BACOA, park district mending fences  5/11/95 p.7
    Pro golf instructor to help Aging Council get into swing 
        6/8/95 p.13
    Park district, BACOA strike new agreement  7/20/95 p.21
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Mountsier chosen as winner of Community Service Award
        (picture)  5/25/95 p.30
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Friends field first BAHS Service Award  7/13/95 p.30
    Historic Haven:  Main Street campus to host historic
        comeback  8/17/95 p.7
    Mary Dunbar Mission  9/14/95 p.29
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    No doubting Thomas best with books (picture)  3/23/95 p.7
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Euske murder an open-and-shut case  5/11/95 p.5
    Library plans propose more parking spaces  6/1/95 p.12
    Library offers CD-ROM checkout  6/1/95 p.14
    New magnifier at Barrington Library  6/29/95 p.6
    Library's design wins award  7/13/95 p.6
    Library panel pondering plans for an outdoor reading garden
        7/13/95 p.8
    Library trustee, Evans, retires after 14 years  7/13/95 p.11
    Friends field first BAHS Service Award  7/13/95 p.30
    Treasurer's annual report  7/20/95 p.96
    Parking lot expansion ok'd for public library  7/27/95 p.11
    Budget  8/31/95 p.103
    Slime time  9/21/95 p.5
    New library trustee sought  9/21/95 p.6
    Home, sweet home (page)  10/12/95 p.90
    Operatic offering  10/19/95 p.93
    Minner named to library board  11/30/95 p.6
    Books headed to Good Shepherd Manor  12/21/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA SOCCER ASSOCIATION                          
    League champs (picture)  4/6/95 p.130
    Park district, BASA forging new deal  12/14/95 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    Campaign kicks off in newsletter  3/2/95 p.5
    United Way distributes $8,000 to local agencies  10/26/95
        p.32
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Broncos go overtime to dethrone Bison (picture)  4/27/95
        p.128
    Broncos book another 20 wins (picture)  5/11/95 p.141
    Johnson drives Broncos to title  6/1/95 p.126
    Broncos steamrolling to state  6/8/95 p.135
    Morris mows down Broncos  6/15/95 p.125
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Broncos waste chances at Jacobs (picture)  1/5/95 p.95
    Bronco's dream game buries Fremd (picture)  2/9/95 p.124
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Flag Day:  Barrington overcomes penalties to dust off
        Mustangs  9/21/95 p.111
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Hockey team sweeps to Hoosier tourney crown  2/16/95 p.120
    Hockey team stuns New Trier  2/23/95 p.107
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Broncos earn North award  10/19/95 p.115
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Broncos dive off to 2-0 start in North Division  1/12/95
        p.108
    Fremd delivers burn to Broncos in Mid-Suburban North finale
        (picture)  2/2/95 p.123
    DeYoung delights Bronco swimmers  2/16/95 p.119
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Bhargava provides spark for Bronco tennis squad  5/4/95
        p.131
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Grapplers Miller, Moreno and Nicol advance to sectional
        (picture)  2/9/95 p.128
 
BARRINGTON CLUB (TENNIS CLUB)                               
    South Barrington park candidates focus on tennis club
        expansion  3/9/95 p.18
    Barrington Club expansion project finally under way  5/4/95
        p.14
    Correction to figure given for excavation contract on
        5/4/95  5/11/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATES OF THE ART INSTITUTE        
    Local Art Institute associates elect board members,
        officers  9/7/95 p.35
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    BETA back to battle school tax inequities  1/5/95 p.5
    District 220 reviews referendum options  1/12/95 p.5
    School bond referendum split into two questions  1/19/95 p.5
    School vote placed on hold  1/26/95 p.5
    Condo plans surprise officials  1/26/95 p.7
    District 220 accepts land donation  2/9/95 p.6
    School board continues to research referendum  2/16/95 p.9
    Access road deal nearly falls through  2/23/95 p.17
    Court rules against Hoffman Estates  3/2/95 p.10
    School votes viewed by District 220 officials  3/9/95 p.20
    Property plans:  planners give donation deal a thumbs down 
        3/16/95 p.7
    Rose's school site proposal defined  3/16/95 p.7
    School District makes offer on American Can site [map] 
        3/16/95 p.7
    Bird's-eye view:  OWL pays visit to area classrooms
        (picture)  3/16/95 p.124
    Residential plan eyed for Ameritech parcel  4/6/95 p.11
    District 220 looks to save money with innovative building
        method  4/13/95 p.16
    Growing pains hit DARE (picture)  4/13/95 p.119
    District 220 draws architect for high school  4/20/95 p.10
    Voters nix rate hikes, but ok bond issues  4/20/95 p.11
    Information exchange policy put to first test  5/4/95 p.12
    School referendum discussions still prompting more
        questions  5/18/95 p.10
    Students just say no...while some of the parents just say
        sniff  5/18/95 p.7
    Classroom computer costs calculated  6/1/95 p.5
    Report lists technology goals  6/1/95 p.5
    First police officer selected for BHS beat  6/8/95 p.16
    Punishment equity sought at high school  6/15/95 p.11
    School district, teachers ok three-year contract  6/15/95
        p.12
    Superintendent snuffing out idea for drug-sniffing dogs 
        6/15/95 p.12
    Counselor, not cop, ok'd for high school  6/22/95 p.8
    Date set, details still to come for school bond referendum 
        6/22/95 p.8
    High school policeman ok'd by village board  6/29/95 p.13
    Commissioners advise against school-site plan  7/6/95 p.9
    Upgrade costs detailed for elementary schools  8/17/95 p.12
    Private eye may look at residency of ineligible District
        220 students  8/17/95 p.8
    School District overhaul:  bond vote calls for upgrades,
        new schools  8/31/95 p.5
    School site deliberation expected  9/14/95 p.10
    School district hires detectives  9/21/95 p.6
    School site ok'd  9/21/95 p.10
    Overcrowding cramps District 220's style  10/12/95 p.105
    School referendum programs scheduled  10/19/95 p.6
    Mayland steps down as president  10/19/95 p.8
    Scary stories  10/19/95 p.107
    Correction to story of 10/19 [Mayland resignation] 
        10/26/95 p.6
    District 220 hopefuls tout their experience  11/2/95 p.11
    Referendums rejected  11/9/95 p.5
    Report cards show standards kept up  11/9/95 p.119
    Review of referendum results begins  11/16/95 p.7
    District 220 board elects new officers  11/16/95 p.13
    Tax collection snafu increases tax bills  11/23/95 p.5
    Administrator's contract ok'd  11/23/95 p.5
    Board vote tonight could decide Vorlop's fate  11/30/95 p.5
    School drug bust prompts strong action  12/7/95 p.5
    School board gives Vorlop three-year job extension  12/7/95
        p.9
    School busing policy clarified  12/14/95 p.6
    School district to borrow $7 million  12/14/95 p.6
    Money talks in District 220  12/21/95 p.5
    Second referendum could come in spring  12/28/95 p.7
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRY BISTRO (RESTAURANT)                      
    Liquor license ok'd  1/12/95 p.16
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Countryside fire district prepares for new station  4/6/95
        p.12
    Gooch appointed to rural fire board  4/13/95 p.14
    New station plans put on hold  5/18/95 p.5
    Trustees smoking out new fire station costs  5/25/95 p.5
    Temporary paramedic post sought  6/15/95 p.5
    Fire district board debates ignite  6/15/95 p.5
    Democrats ok GOP's fire board pick  7/13/95 p.5
    Fire district interviewing consultants  7/13/95 p.6
    Fire contract cancellation call issued  7/20/95 p.7
    How Barrington Inc. contracts work  7/20/95 p.7
    Closed fire district meeting flirts with open meeting law 
        7/20/95 p.7
    District, firefighters agree on contract plan  8/10/95 p.5
    Fire board trustees vote to dilute their own clout  8/10/95
        p.14
    Consultant likes site for proposed substation  9/21/95 p.9
    Villages, Countryside drafting agreements for new fire
        station  10/19/95 p.7
    Fire District board ok's long-term pact  11/16/95 p.8
    Second station  12/21/95 p.16
    Levy approved  12/21/95 p.16
    Settlement debated  12/21/95 p.16
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Treasurer's report  4/20/95 p.118
    Budget  11/30/95 p.110
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    BETA back to battle school tax inequities  1/5/95 p.5
    Commerce discussion develops disagreement  9/28/95 p.5
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Feit brings personality to Fillies (picture)  4/6/95 p.126
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies make some noise in the hood to take fourth  1/5/95
        p.97
    Fillies sit in North driver's seat (picture)  1/12/95 p.106
    North title goes down to final night (picture)  2/2/95 p.125
    Fillies capture North title (picture)  2/9/95 p.123
    MSL champs keep on rolling (picture)  2/16/95 p.118
    Fillies make return visit to finals (picture)  2/23/95 p.106
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Nersesian's return gives Fillies reason to dance (picture) 
        1/12/95 p.107
    Lenhard, Fillies brace for sectional (picture)  2/2/95 p.122
    Fillies bend at sectional, settle for fifth (picture) 
        2/9/95 p.125
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Fillies unhappy with third place at own tourney (picture) 
        4/27/95 p.127
    Alexander, Doetzel back to their old scoring ways (picture)
        5/11/95 p.145
    Fillies happy to share North Division title with Palatine
        (picture)  5/18/95 p.138
    IHSA sides with Fillies, but Hawks advance  6/1/95 p.126
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Little angels:  Fillies fly past Fremd to sectional crown 
        11/16/95 p.121
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Second state title is doubly nice  10/26/95 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Bad luck finds Fillies at MSL  5/11/95 p.144
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Fire prevention officer requested  2/9/95 p.11
    Line of duty (picture)  2/16/95 p.5
    Shades of red [re-painting ambulance]  4/27/95 p.24
    Firefighters hang up hoses after more than two decades
        (picture)  5/11/95 p.16
    Precise paint price  6/1/95 p.14
    Temporary paramedic post sought  6/15/95 p.5
    Fire station plans fire up objections  8/17/95 p.8
    New transmission for tanker truck  9/21/95 p.6
    Fire prompts policy change  9/21/95 p.8
    Department all fired up about safety inspections  9/21/95
        p.12
    Fire District board ok's long-term pact  11/16/95 p.8
    Two new firefighters sworn in  11/30/95 p.6
    Chief proposes sprinkler requirements  12/21/95 p.5
    Fire contract expected soon  12/21/95 p.10
    Correction to story of 12/21/95  12/28/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Hot & Cold:  fund-raising hits target for air conditioning 
        1/5/95 p.91
    BHS graduation set for Willow Creek  2/2/95 p.6
    School won't discipline party attendees  2/9/95 p.5
    Computer comrades:  Russians welcomed for Foreign Language
        Week (picture)  2/23/95 p.101
    Foreign festival (picture)  3/2/95 p.125
    Second quarter honors listed  3/2/95 p.126
    Russians visit establishes lasting ties  3/2/95 p.128
    Registration drive signs BHS voters  3/9/95 p.21
    Nine more inducted into Barrington Hall (picture)  3/9/95
        p.153
    Correction to honor roll list on 3/2/95  3/16/95 p.6
    High school students tackle Black Death exercise  4/6/95
        p.121
    Cops may get BHS beat  4/13/95 p.16
    High school nailed with repair costs  4/20/95 p.10
    BHS students to appear in video  5/4/95 p.6
    Students give vision of political future (picture)  5/4/95
        p.125
    Barrington High School honor roll  5/4/95 p.126
    Athletes' vacation restrictions questioned  5/11/95 p.9
    BHS marching band needs new uniforms  5/11/95 p.21
    Bridging the gap:  students, seniors pair up at the prom 
        5/25/95 p.123
    Honor Society to sponsor blood drive this weekend  6/1/95
        p.13
    High school students in "honorable" company  6/1/95 p.122
    Honor Society inductees  6/1/95 p.122
    First police officer selected for BHS beat  6/8/95 p.16
    Caps off to the class of '95  6/15/95 p.7
    Class of '95  6/15/95 p.122
    Bugle boys (picture)  6/22/95 p.7
    Zero-tolerance call sounded at meeting  6/22/95 p.13
    High school policeman ok'd by village board  6/29/95 p.13
    Brown is coaches' choice as BHS Athlete of the Year 
        6/29/95 p.122
    Fourth quarter honors  7/27/95 p.100
    Broncos, Mustangs saddle up for BHS homecoming match-up 
        9/14/95 p.14
    Students line up for new food service  9/14/95 p.109
    Journey with the Stars [homecoming]  9/21/95 p.7
    Volunteer spirit to get credit where credit due  9/21/95
        p.11
    Police liaison at BHS helps crack two cases  10/5/95 p.13
    Crowding creates big mess at Barrington High School 
        10/26/95 p.10
    BHS reaches out to Cary-Grove  11/2/95 p.10
    Go figure:  BHS fixes represent almost half of bond issue 
        11/2/95 p.120
    Student response [blood drive]  11/9/95 p.119
    Sewer backup closes BHS  11/16/95 p.8
    Sewer problem fixed at BHS  11/30/95 p.6
    BHS students help the homeless  12/21/95 p.6
    High drama:  student play wins praise, hits the road 
        12/21/95 p.105
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    I-90 exit at Rte. 59 not village's concern  2/2/95 p.11
    CFC prairie project gets grant  3/2/95 p.6
    Barrington Hills buying property  3/30/95 p.6
    New station plans put on hold  5/18/95 p.5
    Body-burying routine disturbs local police  5/18/95 p.8
    Trustees smoking out new fire station costs  5/25/95 p.5
    Barrington Hills considers Helm Road closure  5/25/95 p.5
    Hill-hopping cases mount  6/1/95 p.12
    Doctor found dead in Barrington Hills  6/22/95 p.13
    Down on the farm:  potbelly pigs return from rural retreat
        in the hills  7/6/95 p.10
    Barrington Hills loses dedicated public servant  7/13/95 p.8
    Barrington Hills boards shuffle lineups  7/27/95 p.6
    House struck by lightning  8/24/95 p.6
    Barrington Hills committee to explore lurking land sales 
        8/31/95 p.5
    Helm Road speed limit lowered  8/31/95 p.6
    Troubled subdivsion plan gains support  9/28/95 p.7
    Marijuana and machete found in woods  10/5/95 p.6
    Bridge over the River Fox  10/5/95 p.7
    Villages, Countryside drafting agreements for new fire
        station  10/19/95 p.7
    Barrington Hills estate to be sold at auction  10/26/95 p.11
    Treasurer's report  10/26/95 p.100
    Barrington Hills estate auctioned for $4 million  11/9/95
        p.9
    Police officer dies while awaiting transplant  11/9/95 p.21
    Coroner says alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/16/95 p.11
    Huge losses suffered in blaze  12/14/95 p.7
 
BARRINGTON HORSE SHOW                                       
    Barrington Horse Show  7/13/95 p.25
    Jumping through the heat  7/27/95 p.7
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    'Canes net another national berth  7/13/95 p.117
    Prezell posts five wins at Rockford ASA National  8/17/95
        p.106
 
BARRINGTON ICE ARENA                                        
    Barrington Ice Arena evacuated  12/7/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON METRA STATION                                    
    Station plans  6/1/95 p.14
    Depot work  9/21/95 p.13
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL - PRAIRIE CAMPUS                   
    Station vs. Prairie:  student game show broadcasted on
        cable (picture)  2/9/95 p.119
    Second quarter honors  2/23/95 p.102
    Textbook case:  Goldilocks takes the stand at Prairie
        Campus (picture)  3/9/95 p.147
    Honor roll  5/25/95 p.124
    Honor roll  8/3/95 p.31
    Tour of duty ends at Prairie Campus  11/16/95 p.117
    For the want of a prairie  11/30/95 p.119
    First quarter honors listed  12/7/95 p.128
    Prairie project  12/28/95 p.83
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL - STATION CAMPUS                   
    Harold's Carol:  Square provides well-rounded education
        (picture)  1/19/95 p.109
    Station vs. Prairie:  student game show broadcasted on
        cable (picture)  2/9/95 p.119
    Station Campus students prepare for Martian voyage  2/23/95
        p.11
    Second quarter honors  2/23/95 p.103
    Story of survival (picture)  4/20/95 p.109
    Historians turn Station campus into battlefield (picture) 
        5/18/95 p.33
    Honor roll  5/25/95 p.124
    Honor roll  8/3/95 p.31
    School drug bust prompts strong action  12/7/95 p.5
    First quarter honors listed  12/7/95 p.124
 
BARRINGTON MOTOR LODGE                                      
    Motor Lodge becomes a Days Inn  12/14/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON MOTOR WERKS                                      
    Man abandons his Rolls Royce  11/9/95 p.6
    [Asked to attend Village board meeting to discuss possible
        code violations]  11/30/95 p.13
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Campaign kicks off in newsletter  3/2/95 p.5
    Seniors speak-out forum set for Park Board candidates 
        3/9/95 p.5
    Park commissioner resigns  4/20/95 p.6
    BACOA, park district mending fences  5/11/95 p.7
    New park district commissioner named  5/128/95 p.6
    Park district offers T-bird discount  7/20/95 p.6
    Park district, BACOA strike new agreement  7/20/95 p.21
    Park district, businesses revive vollyball program  8/3/95
        p.11
    Barrington volleyball courts earn highest ranking in state 
        8/31/95 p.8
    McDonald's seeks window of opportunity  10/19/95 p.14
    Park district passes reduced levy  11/30/95 p.6
    Correction to story on November 30th  12/7/95 p.6
    Park board looking to approve bonds  12/7/95 p.9
    Park board ok's bonds  12/14/95 p.5
    Park district, BASA forging new deal  12/14/95 p.5
 
BARRINGTON SADDLERY                                         
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  8/24/95 p.85
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Swim club posts record effort at state JO meet  3/16/95
        p.132
    Bishop swims to a Junior championship  4/6/95 p.129
    Gold-medalist Grass leads strong swim club effort  8/10/95
        p.112
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Township board seeks new trustee  1/5/95 p.6
    Treasurer's report  4/20/95 p.118
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY                           
    Bus Business:  BTC already practicing random testing
        (picture)  1/12/95 p.101
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Barrington church piping in new music  6/1/95 p.27
    Church razes Cook Street homes  11/16/95 p.5
 
BARRINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB                                     
    Women's Club elects new officers for '95-96 (picture) 
        6/8/95 p.114
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERIVCE                                    
    BYS announces new building purchase  6/15/95 p.38
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Teamsters courting public works  1/12/95 p.7
    Code violation cases drags on in Barrington  1/12/95 p.11
    Barrington, police officers reach three-year accord 
        1/26/95 p.8
    Village of Barrington picked for CFC conservation award 
        2/9/95 p.11
    Public Works votes to join Teamsters  2/16/95 p.5
    Countryside coyotes back in Barrington (picture)  3/2/95 p.7
    Bat solution raised for mosquito problem  3/2/95 p.7
    Village Hall open house invites public discussion  3/2/95
        p.9
    Village Hall bond issue scheduled  3/9/95 p.7
    Prosecutor picked  3/9/95 p.8
    Depot details stall expansion project  3/9/95 p.11
    Chase speeds through downtown (picture)  3/16/95 p.5
    Apologies follow Village Hall tour  3/16/95 p.11
    Commerce Commission ruling calls for new Barrington-area
        numbers [map]  3/23/95 p.7
    Beavers cause flood of worries  3/23/95 p.8
    Yorkhouse Road plan drives opponents west  3/23/95 p.9
    Old friend to open its new doors next month (picture) 
        3/30/95 p.9
    Village hall video set to sell bond vote  3/30/95 p.12
    Slip on icy walkway brings negligence suit  4/6/95 p.13
    Barrington area set to celebrate Earth Day XXV  4/13/95 p.7
    Video approach to bond sale to get another looking over 
        4/13/95 p.9
    Old friends meet at new Jewel (picture)  4/20/95 p.5
    New store a village tax boon  4/20/95 p.5
    Voters vexed by village video?  4/20/95 p.9
    Trustees sworn in  4/27/95 p.24
    Shades of red [re-painting ambulance]  4/27/95 p.24
    Revenue shortfalls expected  4/27/95 p.31
    Committee presents possible sites for municipal facilities 
        5/4/95 p.11
    World War II projectile found  5/4/95 p.16
    Homeowners blow whistle on train exhibit  5/11/95 p.14
    Barrington named WWII community  5/25/95 p.6
    Memorable warriors:  local Memorial Day events set for this
        week  5/25/95 p.7
    Trustees not all aboard for train exhibit plans  5/25/95 p.8
    Parade-goers greet Memorial Day sun (picture)  6/1/95 p.7
    Village Hall plans down to five  6/22/95 p.5
    Development director resigns  6/29/95  p.6
    Fun-filled events set for Fourth of July festival  6/29/95
        p.7
    Site, architect selected for Village Hall  6/29/95 p.10
    Village Hall target site still empty after all these years 
        6/29/95 p.11
    High school policeman ok'd by village board  6/29/95 p.13
    Target property not for sale  7/6/95 p.5
    Rain does not dampen spirits  7/6/95 p.7
    Villages seeking new cop-shop site  7/6/95 p.11
    Tardy Lakeview improvements irk trustees  7/6/95 p.14
    L-design reshapes Harold Square  7/20/95 p.5
    Searing heat knocks out Barrington area power  7/20/95 p.14
    Domestic violence issue raised  7/27/95 p.5
    Village Hall plans move along  7/27/95 p.6
    Heat wave triggers plan for emergency response  7/27/95 p.12
    Public works hustles to clear away roadkill  7/27/95 p.16
    Plan not perfect, but panel pleased  8/3/95 p.7
    Tree City lumbering ahead without ordinance on books 
        8/3/95 p.9
    Trustees divided dollars issues  8/24/95 p.5
    Taxpayer cost projections unveiled  8/24/95 p.5
    Contest would find the Barrington look  8/24/95 p.5
    Pay raise [village manager]  8/24/95 p.12
    Municipal facilities bond issue:  $8.7 million  8/31/95 p.7
    Barrington department left looking for planners  8/31/95
        p.11
    Parental responsibility laws reviewed  9/14/95 p.7
    Costs unveiled for municipal facilities bonds  9/14/95 p.24
    Village rejects new ethics law  9/21/95 p.5
    Housing court  9/21/95 p.13
    Commerce discussion develops disagreement  9/28/95 p.5
    Nicholson receives prestigious award  9/28/95 p.6
    Responsibility law sent back  10/12/95 p.5
    Shopping survey offering suggested improvements  10/12/95
        p.11
    Village workshop set for Sunday  10/19/95 p.6
    Residents polled on Village Hall design  10/19/95 p.7
    Villages, Countryside drafting agreements for new fire
        station  10/19/95 p.7
    Street-closure plan unsettling for board  10/19/95 p.11
    Treasurer's report  10/19/95 p.110
    Village planners vacate positions  10/26/95 p.7
    More village staff resign  11/2/95 p.10
    Referendums rejected  11/9/95 p.5
    Officials ponder solution to Village Hall dilemma  11/9/95
        p.5
    Employees preparing to vacate Village Hall  11/16/95 p.5
    Residents go neo-classical on Village Hall design  11/16/95
        p.5
    Village care of streets sought  11/16/95 p.14
    Parental responsibility law ok'd in Barrington  11/23/95 p.9
    Community Development Department to be phased out under
        restructuring  11/23/95 p.9
    Committee faces future of frustrating uncertainty  11/30/95
        p.9
    Downtown vision crucial to business  12/7/95 p.10
    Seven re-appointed to committees  12/14/95 p.6
    Sprinkler law rains on new dentist's practice  12/14/95 p.9
    Computer survey may detail shopping habits  12/14/95 p.11
    Chief proposes sprinkler requirements  12/21/95 p.5
    Spreading the joy  12/21/95 p.7
    Mountain bike course may pedal new life into park  12/21/95
        p.9
    Fire contract expected soon  12/21/95 p.10
    New handicapped spaces planned  12/21/95 p.10
    Levy can't keep village out of red  12/21/95 p.11
    Road improvement plan scaled down  12/21/95 p.11
    Retail rebirth:  Barrington's business news isn't all bad 
        12/21/95 p.91
    Correction to story of 12/21/95  12/28/95 p.6
 
BARRINGTON, INC.                                            
    Fire contract cancellation call issued  7/20/95 p.7
    How Barrington Inc. contracts work  7/20/95 p.7
 
BASKIN ROBBINS (RESTAURANT)                                 
    Wallet with $184 returned to owner  4/13/95 p.6
 
BATAILLE ACADEMIE OF THE DANSE                              
    Keeping on her toes (picture)  1/19/95 p.19
    Dancers headed for Magic Kingdom  10/5/95 p.6
 
BATEMAN, JAMES                                              
    Prosecutor picked  3/9/95 p.8
 
BEAD WORLD                                                  
    Bead World; Bobby Pafralides, owner (picture)  1/26/95 p.97
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Beaubien plays through conflict  1/5/95 p.7
    Colleagues react with caution  1/5/95 p.7
    Jordan golf investigation par for course  1/5/95 p.7
    Yorkhouse Road plan drives opponents west  3/23/95 p.9
    Beaubien critic, Roberts, announces  9/14/95 p.9
    Beaubien promotes candidacy for District 52 representative 
        10/12/95 p.5
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Beese receives prestigious award  11/30/95 p.6
 
BEESE, LORENA                                               
    Curing remorse:  BHS graduate excelling at DNA research 
        7/20/95 p.33
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Lake Zurich no longer apple of orchard's eye  3/30/95 p.14
    Bell's Orchard may close next year  4/20/95 p.5
 
BENTLEY, REBECCA                                            
    Local girl honored for bravery  5/25/95 p.6
 
BERO, STEPHEN                                               
    Operatic offering  10/19/95 p.93
 
BEY, BILLY                                                  
    Bey burns up Legion hot corner  7/6/95 p.91
 
BHARGAVA, SAURAB                                            
    Bhargava provides spark for Bronco tennis squad  5/4/95
        p.131
 
BILOCERKOWYCZ, LINDA                                        
    New clerk  9/28/95 p.16
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Biltmore fence re-ignites controversy  10/26/95 p.6
 
BISHOP, BILL                                                
    Bishop spells trouble for sectional meet swimmers  2/23/95
        p.107
    Bishop checks in with 500 title (picture)  3/2/95 p.130
    Bishop swims to a Junior championship  4/6/95 p.129
    State rematch goes to Bishop  12/14/95 p.132
 
BOKA, BEN                                                   
    Boka tries minor league grooming for chance at bigs 
        3/30/95 p.120
 
BOLTON-ROST, NANCY                                          
    Domestic violence issue raised  7/27/95 p.5
 
BONNER FARM                                                 
    District plans model farm, trail in Lindenhurst  2/2/95
        p.120
 
BONNER, HOWARD "SHORTY"                                     
    District plans model farm, trail in Lindenhurst  2/2/95
        p.120
 
BOONIE AWARDS                                               
    1994 Boonie Awards (picture)  1/5/95 p.B3
    Local actors in spotlight with 1995 Boonie Awards  12/28/95
        p.B5
 
BORST, TOM                                                  
    Slip on icy walkway brings negligence suit  4/6/95 p.13
 
BREHMER, JOHN                                               
    Skinner faces March primary battle  12/21/95 p.24
 
BRIDLEWOOD FARM (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Court rules against Hoffman Estates  3/2/95 p.10
 
BROWN'S CHICKEN AND PASTA RESTAURANT                        
    Ehlenfeldt daughters faces [sic] lawsuit over Brown's
        Chicken rent (picture)  2/9/95 p.19
 
BROWN, AARON                                                
    Brown endures the long route to capture medal 3/23/95 p.117
    Brown is coaches' choice as BHS Athlete of the Year 
        6/29/95 p.122
 
BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES                                  
    BFI landfill plan draws attention from neighbors  4/27/95
        p.16
    South Barrington trustees give approval to BFI plan 
        7/27/95 p.24
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Healing waters (picture)  6/1/95 p.33
 
BURGER KING (RESTAURANT)                                    
    McDonald's seeks window of opportunity  10/19/95 p.14
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Questions remain on commute mandate (picture)  2/9/95 p.101
    Illinois Rep. moves to make commute plan optional  2/9/95
        p.101
    Like Grandma used to make:  Italian gravy appears on local
        store shelves (picture)  3/30/95 p.97
    Board ok's law for home businesses  5/18/95 p.12
    The new phone books are here! (picture)  5/18/95 p.107
    Cigar smoking rises from the ashes  6/22/95 p.97
    That's the ticket:  cheap theaters reel in budget conscious
        movie-goers  6/29/95 p.93
    Golf courses survive weather woes  10/5/95 p.89
    Company could purchase the Barco building  11/2/95 p.10
    Retail rebirth:  Barrington's business news isn't all bad 
        12/21/95 p.91
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Bead World; Bobby Pafralides, owner (picture)  1/26/95 p.97
    Mail Boxes, Etc.; Terry McGovern, owner  2/2/95 p.97
    Pack N' Mail; Terry and Sun Ko, owners  2/2/95 p.97
    Cook Street Station; Sharon Schmidt, owner (picture) 
        2/23/95 p.85
    Illusions Replica Jewelry; Cindy and Otto Obrest, owners
        (picture)  4/27/95 p.101
    Pug's Boxing Gym; Gary and Lisa Dobry, owners (picture) 
        5/11/95 p.111
    Chicago Indoor Garden Supply; David Ittel, owner  6/15/95
        p.105
    Arts of Native America; Elizabeth Uioth, owner  7/6/95 p.73
    Kenyon-Oppenheimer; Joel Oppenheimer, owner  7/13/95 p.97
    Performance Training Network; Bob Gajda and Gino Migliore,
        owners  8/17/95 p.85
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  8/24/95 p.85
    The Children's Spoon; Paula Person, owner  8/31/95 p.27
    NBD opens  9/21/95 p.13
    Tracks Hobbies; Steve Cannon, owner  9/28/95 p.85
    Starnet, Inc.; Russ Intravartolo, owner  10/26/95 p.89
    Interiors II, Susan Reese and Lee Youngstrom, owners 
        11/16/95 p.97
    Huff & Puff Industries, Ltd.  12/7/95 p.7
    The Magic and Illusions of Higa; Bob and Susan Higa, owners
        12/14/95 p.34
 
CAFFEY, FEDELL                                              
    Couple charged with triple murder 11/23/95 p.8
 
CALICO CORNERS                                              
    Car drives through Route 14 business  10/5/95 p.5
 
CALIENTO, TONY                                              
    Canteen closed temporarily  11/9/95 p.10
 
CAMPISE, ANTHONY                                            
    Police shoot son during family quarrel  9/7/95 p.5
 
CANNON, STEVE                                               
    Tracks Hobbies, Steve Cannon, owner  9/28/95 p.85
 
CANTEEN (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Canteen closed temporarily  11/9/95 p.10
 
CARLINI, PAULA CAFFERATA                                    
    Like Grandma used to make:  Italian gravy appears on local
        store shelves (picture)  3/30/95 p.97
 
CARNE, ALAN                                                 
    Wheel Winners:  Teacher-student team keep Vanna flipping
        letters (picture)  2/2/95 p.117
 
CARRIAGE TRAIL (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Access road deal nearly falls through  2/23/95 p.17
    New subdivision gets final ok  5/4/95 p.6
 
CARRIVEAU, CARA                                             
    Radio personality jockeys into news slot (picture)  5/4/95
        p.101
 
CARY-GROVE HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Oh, my God!:  Witnesses describe tragedy unfolding [school
        bus-train accident]  10/26/95 p.5
    BHS reaches out to Cary-Grove  11/2/95 p.10
 
CATCHPENNY                                                  
    Pink ladies continue to soar  12/28/95 p.21
 
CELLULAR ONE-CHICAGO                                        
    Cellular One may call back  4/13/95 p.6
    Cell One rings up panel's endorsement  7/20/95 p.6
    Antennae ok'd  8/17/95 p.22
 
CHABRIAN, DEBORAH L.                                        
    Chabrian awarded for watercolor work  8/24/95 p.36
 
CHABRIAN, MILDRED                                           
    Project scouting out World War II memories (picture) 
        6/1/95 p.10
 
CHESSIE'S (RESTAURANT)                                      
    Chessie's planning Palatine location  1/19/95 p.106
 
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY               
    Slip on icy walkway brings negligence suit  4/6/95 p.13
 
CHICAGO ANIMAL RIGHTS COALITION                             
    Group cries foul in death of steer  6/1/95 p.29
    Eyewitness:  steer died, but blame misdirected  6/8/95 p.5
 
CHICAGO BEARS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                               
    Bears land option for Hoffman Estates site  5/4/95 p.7
    Neighbors fear arrival of Bears  5/11/95 p.10
 
CHICAGO INDOOR GARDEN SUPPLY                                
    Chicago Indoor Garden Supply; David Ittel, owner  6/15/95
        p.105
 
CHILDREN'S HOME AND AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS                 
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
CHILDREN'S SPOON                                            
    The Children's Spoon; Paula Person, owner  8/31/95 p.27
 
CHORAL DYNAMICS                                             
    Dynamic group gives songs a golden touch (picture)  1/19/95
        p.B11
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Township to aid Flint Creek cleanup  1/26/95 p.6
    Village of Barrington picked for CFC conservation award 
        2/9/95 p.11
    CFC prairie project gets grant  3/2/95 p.6
    Conservation group adds to Flint Creek Savanna  10/5/95 p.8
 
CLARKE, WALTER, JR.                                         
    Village president Clarke dies at his North Barrington home 
        7/6/95 p.5
    Board mulls options for Clarke tribute  7/27/95 p.5
    Walter Clarke memorial decision made  8/31/95 p.6
 
CLAYTON, VERNA L.                                           
    Clayton announces decision not to run  8/3/95 p.9
 
CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED          
    Forty years st Clearbrook (picture)  3/30/95 p.30
 
COALITION FOR UNITY                                         
    Group plans to counter KKK rally  5/25/95 p.16
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    Flexibility key to college's appeal  10/19/95 p.31
 
COLLIER, GAIL                                               
    Collier collars Council's Best, Choice awards  7/6/95 p.83
 
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                              
    Helping hands:  small gesture means a lot  12/7/95 p.127
 
CONCERNED CITIZENS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON                      
    Citizens group readies legal action  1/19/95 p.14
 
CONRAD, ALAN                                                
    Park commissioner resigns  4/20/95 p.6
 
CONTEMPORARY ARTCENTER                                      
    Artcenter future painted in shades of gray  7/27/95 p.B3
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    County officials say they can't stop Klan rally  5/18/95
        p.13
 
COOK STREET STATION (RESTAURANT)                            
    Cook Street Station; Sharon Schmidt, owner (picture) 
        2/23/95 p.85
 
COOKE, HENRY, JR.                                           
    WWII vetern recounts shining moment  11/23/95 p.25
 
COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS                          
    Garden clubs planning month of sales, events (picture) 
        5/11/95 p.29
 
COUNTRYSIDE HOMES CORPORATION                               
    Condo plans surprise officials  1/26/95 p.7
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Students moved inside after mobile classroom malfunction 
        3/9/95 p.11
    The marriage of Miss Fitz (picture)  5/18/95 p.9
    Readopoly:  reading craze comes to Countryside  6/1/95 p.121
    Classroom in the sky  6/22/95 p. 33
 
COWHEY, CHRISTINE                                           
    Lifeguards whistle for firefighters  7/20/95 p.13
 
COYOTES                                                     
    Countryside coyotes back in Barrington (picture)  3/2/95 p.7
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Bird is the word:  observers flock to Crabtree for
        Migratory Bird Day  5/25/95 p.33
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane paints pretty picture of "Contract"  2/2/95 p.7
    Crane pushing for more trade accords  8/24/95 p.11
    Crane's meeting sparks lively discussion  9/7/95 p.10
    Crane will run; challenger ducks  12/7/95 p.11
    Grayslake man challenges Crane  12/14/95 p.12
    Tax group honors Crane  12/21/95 p.6
 
CRAWFORD, BOB                                               
    From City Hall to Hall of Fame (picture)  4/6/95 p.7
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Beaubien plays through conflict  1/5/95 p.7
    Selection starts for double-jury in murder trial  1/12/95
        p.7
    Man sentenced for indecent exposure  1/19/95 p.6
    Defendants accuse each other  1/19/95 p.7
    Drunken driver gets 4-year prison term  1/19/95 p.11
    Testimony implicates murder defendants  1/26/95 p.10
    Witnesses describe murder suspects' months in Florida 
        2/2/95 p.9
    School won't discipline party attendees  2/9/95 p.5
    Murder suspect announces desire to take the stand in his
        own defense  2/9/95 p.5
    Report of rape disturbs normal calm at Harper  2/9/95 p.7
    One innocent verdict in murder (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Classmates, teachers remember Faraci as student [map]
        (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Book portrayed as blueprint for murder  2/16/95 p.7
    Local police lose evidence in headless corpse case  2/16/95
        p.8
    Jury finds Modrowski guilty  2/23/95 p.7
    Parents trace son's death to his desire to be "cool"
        (picture)  2/23/95 p.7
    Fawcett murder verdict take attorneys by surprise  2/23/95
        p.8
    Angry customer charged with arson at Gay Paree (picture) 
        3/2/95 p.5
    Police investigate blasts from pipe bomb incidents  3/9/95
        p.20
    Chase speeds through downtown (picture)  3/16/95 p.5
    Geese attacked in Inverness  3/23/95 p.8
    Broncos' "Shot" gunned down (picture)  3/30/95 p.5
    Police called to squirrel electrocution  3/30/95 p.6
    Deer Park man fined  4/6/95 p.11
    Deliberations on death:  arguments in Modrowski trial
        become lethal (picture)  4/27/95 p.7
    Modrowski meets criteria  4/27/95 p.8
    Man charged with bomb threat, arson  4/27/95 p.11
    Drugs, alcohol involved in fatal crash  4/27/95 p.30
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Suspect dies  5/4/95 p.7
    Modrowski gets life  5/4/95 p.8
    Jurors satisfied with life sentence  5/4/95 p.8
    Murderer's troubled youth revealed during hearing  5/4/95
        p.9
    Reckless driving conviction logged  5/4/95 p.13
    Euske murder an open-and-shut case  5/11/95 p.5
    Body-burying routine disturbs local police  5/18/95 p.8
    Tavern patron robbed at gunpoint  5/18/95 p.29
    FBI examining phone records  5/18/95 p.32
    Crime lab survey asking if DNA lab would be useful  6/1/95
        p.28
    Modrowski files appeal  6/15/95 p.5
    Inverness mailboxes destroyed  6/22/95 p.14
    Maid charged with jewel thefts  6/29/95 p.13
    Mailbox destruction ongoing in Inverness  7/6/95 p.12
    Smoke bomb forces evacuation of Jewel  8/10/95 p.5
    Dozens of BHS graduates arrested  8/17/95 p.5
    Inverness garbage scofflaws to be fined  8/17/95 p.6
    Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Modrowski, Faraci 
        8/17/95 p.9
    INS deports employees of landscaping company  8/17/95 p.13
    Crash yields felony DUI charge  8/24/95 p.9
    Postal worker charged with targeting friends  8/31/95 p.24
    Police shoot son during family quarrel  9/7/95 p.5
    Shooting suspect's mental state investigated  9/7/95 p.14
    New juvenile facility a response to voters  9/7/95 p.21
    Inverness crime statistics climb  9/14/95 p.5
    Underage drinkers sentenced with fines, community service 
        9/14/95 p.8
    Motor Werks Mercedez lifted while police handling another
        Mercedez theft report  9/14/95 p.14
    Chicagoan arrested in credit card fraud case  9/14/95 p.20
    Correction to story of 9/14/95  9/21/95 p.6
    Cases against 20 teens dismissed  9/28/95 p.5
    Correction to story of 9/21/95  9/28/95 p.6
    Garvey Equestrian Center trial scheduled to begin next
        month  9/28/95 p.9
    Investors dislike receivership concept  10/5/95 p.5
    Marijuana and machete found in woods  10/5/95 p.6
    Trustee helps nab alleged speeder  10/5/95 p.6
    Vehicle missing from Metra lot  11/23/95 p.6
    Couple charged with triple murder 11/23/95 p.8
    Reward offered for bomb information  12/7/95 p.6
    Boot headaches can mount with unpaid fines  12/7/95 p.12
    Fawcett's killer may face more charges  12/14/95 p.16
    Grinch hits St. Anne; robs money for charity  12/21/95 p.5
    Fatal crash nets driver probation  12/28/95 p.5
    Youth recieves sentence in alcohol case  12/28/95 p.6
 
CROKE, KEVIN                                                
    First police officer selected for BHS beat  6/8/95 p.16
    Counselor, not cop, ok'd for high school  6/22/95 p.8
 
CUBA MARSH (WETLANDS)                                       
    Cuba Marsh preseerve grand opening set  10/12/95 p.6
    Cuba Marsh preserve opening next week  10/19/95 p.9
    Open burns finished at Cuba Marsh  12/7/95 p.6
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Township to aid Flint Creek cleanup  1/26/95 p.6
    Grant ok'd for flooding  1/26/95 p.7
    Town hall scheduled for July completion (picture)  4/27/95
        p.10
    Government cooperation stretches tax dollars  8/10/95 p.9
    Delinquent tax rolls  11/16/95 p.114
    Assessment roll  12/7/95 p.101
 
CUCCO, JESSICA                                              
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
CULT AWARENESS NETWORK                                      
    Cult Awareness Network files for bankruptcy  10/26/95 p.5
 
CYCLING PATHS                                               
    Mountain bike course may pedal new life into park  12/21/95
        p.9
 
DABOLL, PETER                                               
    Local man wins "Shoot the Puck" contest  4/13/95 p.28
 
DALBKE, ALEX                                                
    Infant dies while in babysitter's care  2/9/95 p.9
 
DARCH, KAREN                                                
    Three candidates file in Barrington  1/19/95 p.6
    Trustees sworn in  4/27/95 p.24
 
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION                        
    Local DAR chapter elects new officers  6/8/95 p.37
 
DE BOER COMMITTEE FOR CHILDREN'S RIGHTS                     
    Residents rally around family in fight to keep Baby Richard
        (picture)  2/9/95 p.14
    New lives:  "Richard", families face altered worlds
        (picture)  4/27/95 p.5
    DeBoer Committee changes name  5/11/95 p.6
 
DE CAMP, KENNETH                                            
    Shell shocked:  strange twist in terrapin tale ties score
        at cars, turtle: 1-1  7/20/95 p.8
 
DE LAPP, JOSEPH                                             
    Bosnia mission all part of the job  12/14/95 p.10
 
DE YOUNG, PETE                                              
    DeYoung delights Bronco swimmers  2/16/95 p.119
 
DEER                                                        
    Deer dies after rescue on icy Hawthorne Lake  11/23/95 p.7
 
DEER CROSSING II (LAND SUBDIVISION)                         
    Court rules against Hoffman Estates  3/2/95 p.10
 
DEER GROVE FOREST PRESERVE                                  
    Model pilots:  remote-control flyers flock to Deer Grove 
        8/24/95 p.27
    Going Native:  restoration plan taking root  12/7/95 p.30
    Where mountain bikes, hikers meet  12/7/95 p.31
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park to discuss donations  2/23/95 p.14
    Deer Park man fined  4/6/95 p.11
    Appropriation ordinance  5/4/95 p.120
    Park plans cause ripple of discontent  10/12/95 p.10
 
DEMME, JOSEPH P.                                            
    Deer Park man fined  4/6/95 p.11
 
DESTREE, ELLE                                               
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
DIENES, JUNE                                                
    Women's Club elects new officers for '95-96 (picture) 
        6/8/95 p.114
 
DOBRY, GARY                                                 
    Pug's Boxing Gym; Gary and Lisa Dobry, owners (picture) 
        5/11/95 p.111
 
DOBRY, LISA                                                 
    Pug's Boxing Gym; Gary and Lisa Dobry, owners (picture) 
        5/11/95 p.111
 
DOCKSIDE RESTAURANT AND BAR                                 
    Dockside Restaurant slated for demolition  6/29/95 p.14
 
DOETZEL, KIM                                                
    Alexander, Doetzel back to their old scoring ways (picture)
        5/11/95 p.145
 
DOG TRACKS (RESTAURANT)                                     
    Dog Tracks raises funds for bombing victims  5/18/95 p.16
 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE                                           
    Domestic violence issue raised  7/27/95 p.5
 
DONOVAN, MICHAEL E.                                         
    Local resident avoids Japan earthquake  1/26/95 p.6
 
DROST, MICHAEL                                              
    Down on the farm:  potbelly pigs return from rural retreat
        in the hills  7/6/95 p.10
 
DROST, ROBERT                                               
    Down on the farm:  potbelly pigs return from rural retreat
        in the hills  7/6/95 p.10
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    Students just say no...while some of the parents just say
        sniff  5/18/95 p.7
    Aerosol spray tagged as latest teen high  6/1/95 p.9
    Zero-tolerance call sounded at meeting  6/22/95 p.13
    School drug bust prompts strong action  12/7/95 p.5
 
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION                             
    DARE officer honored  2/2/95 p.6
    Growing pains hit DARE (picture)  4/13/95 p.119
 
DUCHOSSOIS, RICHARD                                         
    Duchossois offers old horses shelter  1/26/95 p.8
 
DUGAN, JAMES                                                
    Chamber of Commerce officers installed  2/16/95 p.97
 
DUNK, ROBERT                                                
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dunk [50 years]  8/24/95 p.32
 
DUNN, TIM                                                   
    Three candidates file in Barrington  1/19/95 p.6
    Trustees sworn in  4/27/95 p.24
 
E.F. WICHMAN HORSESHOER & BLACKSMITH                        
    Even at turn of the century shop was a place to meet 
        8/17/95 p.7
 
EARTHQUAKES                                                 
    What's shakin'?:  It could be Illinois  6/29/95 p.31
 
EBERHARDT, CORY                                             
    Local women help keep "Wizard" on ice  9/21/95 p.B1
 
ECCLES, JIM                                                 
    New Tower Lakes police chief named  3/23/95 p.8
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    PTA sounds alarm on violence, kids (picture)  5/11/95 p.135
    Weaving culture into curriculum (picture)  5/25/95 p.101
 
EHLENFELDT, DANA                                            
    Ehlenfeldt daughters faces [sic] lawsuit over Brown's
        Chicken rent (picture)  2/9/95 p.19
 
EHLENFELDT, JENNIFER                                        
    Ehlenfeldt daughters faces [sic] lawsuit over Brown's
        Chicken rent (picture)  2/9/95 p.19
 
EHLENFELDT, JOY                                             
    Ehlenfeldt daughters faces [sic] lawsuit over Brown's
        Chicken rent (picture)  2/9/95 p.19
 
EISERMAN, KATIE                                             
    Eiserman displays killer instinct  11/23/95 p.112
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Ela Township explores opening a new YMCA  1/12/95 p.9
    Ela Township assessment role corrections  3/16/95 p.99
    Assessment roll  12/28/95 p.E1
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Three candidates file in Barrington  1/19/95 p.6
    Resident announces candidacy  1/19/95 p.6
    Local election ballots take shape  1/26/95 p.9
    South Barrington Park election set  2/2/95 p.6
    Correction to story of 1/26/95 p.9
    Park board candidates will want additional programs in
        Inverness  2/23/95 p.9
    Campaign kicks off in newsletter  3/2/95 p.5
    Seniors speak-out forum set for Park Board candidates 
        3/9/95 p.5
    Parks, police pop up in election campaigns p.20
    Lake Barrington candidates differ on priorities  3/16/95
        p.25
    Candidates call for commercial growth  3/23/95 p.10
    South Barrington police become campaign issue  3/23/95 p.11
    South Barrington candidates seek Hoffman Estates pact 
        3/23/95 p.11
    If elected, Fisk would resign  3/30/95 p.5
    Barrington area voter's guide (picture)  3/30/95 p.20
    Barrington area election results  4/6/95 p.5
    Knapik, Garry win commissioner seats (picture)  4/6/95 p.5
    North Barrington elects incumbent, newcomers  4/6/95 p.8
    Lake Barrington voter turnout low  4/6/95 p.8
    Concerned Citizens sweep trustee seats  4/6/95 p.9
    Pierce picked for park board  4/6/95 p.9
    Tower Lakes trustee turnover to continue  4/6/95 p.10
    Incumbents lose most local races  4/13/95 p.11
    School District overhaul:  bond vote calls for upgrades,
        new schools  8/31/95 p.5
    Municipal facilities bond issue:  $8.7 million  8/31/95 p.7
    Six candidates will vie for three Harper seats  8/31/95 p.16
    Beaubien critic, Roberts, announces  9/14/95 p.9
    Costs unveiled for municipal facilities bonds  9/14/95 p.24
    Information blitz set for village's bond vote  10/5/95 p.11
    Salvi joins U.S. Senate race  10/5/95 p.14
    Beaubien promotes candidacy for District 52 representative 
        10/12/95 p.5
    School referendum programs scheduled  10/19/95 p.6
    Village workshop set for Sunday  10/19/95 p.6
    Mountsier enters race for Lake County board  10/19/95 p.7
    Two candidates announce bids for District 51 seat  10/19/95
        p.8
    Hamelberg withdraws from Springfield bid  10/26/95 p.7
    Voter Information Guide [special section]  10/26/95
    District 220 hopefuls tout their experience  11/2/95 p.11
    PioneerOnline to list election results  11/2/95 p.11
    Go figure:  BHS fixes represent almost half of bond issue 
        11/2/95 p.120
    Referendums rejected  11/9/95 p.5
    Election results  11/9/95 p.5
    Independent Auchter re-elected in close race  11/9/95 p.8
    Lake Zurich fire district referendum approved  11/9/95 p.8
    Residents go neo-classical on Village Hall design  11/16/95
        p.5
    Low voter turnout prompts consolidation idea  11/23/95 p.14
    Crane will run; challenger ducks  12/7/95 p.11
    Grayslake man challenges Crane  12/14/95 p.12
    County ballot set  12/21/95 p.13
    Barrington Hills man enters Senate race  12/21/95 p.14
    Skinner faces March primary battle  12/21/95 p.24
 
ELECTRONIC PUTTING CHALLENGE                                
    Need to putt better was mother of this invention  7/27/95
        p.22
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Opposition softens for latest EJ&E plan  10/5/95 p.9
 
ELIASIK, JOHN                                               
    One of a kind:  Harper football thrives during Eliasik's 25
        years  11/23/95 p.114
 
ESPERIAN, KALLEN                                            
    BHS grad hits high note on opera stage  10/26/95 p.29
 
EUSKE, VIRGINIA                                             
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Suspect dies  5/4/95 p.7
    Euske murder an open-and-shut case  5/11/95 p.5
 
EVANS, DEBRA                                                
    Couple charged with triple murder 11/23/95 p.8
 
EVANS, EVAN                                                 
    Library trustee, Evans, retires after 14 years  7/13/95 p.11
 
EVANS, RALPH                                                
    Tower Lakes seeks new police chief  2/23/95 p.5
 
FABER, ROSE                                                 
    Home, sweet home (page)  10/12/95 p.90
 
FARACI, ROBERT                                              
    Selection starts for double-jury in murder trial  1/12/95
        p.7
    Defendants accuse each other  1/19/95 p.7
    Testimony implicates murder defendants  1/26/95 p.10
    Witnesses describe murder suspects' months in Florida 
        2/2/95 p.9
    Murder suspect announces desire to take the stand in his
        own defense  2/9/95 p.5
    One innocent verdict in murder (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Classmates, teachers remember Faraci as student [map]
        (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Local police lose evidence in headless corpse case  2/16/95
        p.8
    Fawcett murder verdict takes attorneys by surprise  2/23/95
        p.8
    Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Modrowski, Faraci 
        8/17/95 p.9
 
FAUL, ELIZABETH                                             
    Event to honor Lizzy Faul  6/1/95 p.6
 
FAWCETT, DEAN                                               
    Selection starts for double-jury in murder trial  1/12/95
        p.7
    Defendants accuse each other  1/19/95 p.7
    Testimony implicates murder defendants  1/26/95 p.10
    Witnesses describe murder suspects' months in Florida 
        2/2/95 p.9
    Murder suspect announces desire to take the stand in his
        own defense  2/9/95 p.5
    One innocent verdict in murder (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Local police lose evidence in headless corpse case  2/16/95
        p.8
    Fawcett murder verdict takes attorneys by surprise  2/23/95
        p.8
    Jury finds Modrowski guilty  2/23/95 p.7
    Parents trace son's death to his deisre to be "cool"
        (picture)  2/23/95 p.7
    Deliberations on death:  arguments in Modrowski trial
        become lethal (picture)  4/27/95 p.7
    Modrowski meets criteria  4/27/95 p.8
    Modrowski gets life  5/4/95 p.8
    Jurors satisfied with life sentence  5/4/95 p.8
    Murderer's troubled youth revealed during hearing  5/4/95
        p.9
    Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Modrowski, Faraci 
        8/17/95 p.9
    Fawcett's killer may face more charges  12/14/95 p.16
 
FEIT, AMY                                                   
    Feit brings personality to Fillies (picture)  4/6/95 p.126
 
FIGG, ROGER                                                 
    Lion and tiger combined, oh my! (picture)  1/26/95 p.117
 
FIGHTER PILOTS USA                                          
    The fight stuff  9/21/95 p.89
 
FINANCIAL CONCEPTS LTD.                                     
    Investors dislike receivership concept  10/5/95 p.5
 
FIRES                                                       
    Angry customer charged with arson at Gay Paree (picture) 
        3/2/95 p.5
    Lifeguards whistle for firefighters  7/20/95 p.13
    Damage pegged at $750,000 in Inverness blaze  9/14/95 p.12
    Fire prompts policy change  9/21/95 p.8
    Fire fatality  9/28/95 p.5
    Antique car garage burns in NB blaze  10/5/95 p.8
    Huge losses suffered in blaze  12/14/95 p.7
 
FISHER, CHRISTINE                                           
    Keeping on her toes (picture)  1/19/95 p.19
 
FISK, RICHARD                                               
    If elected, Fisk would resign  3/30/95 p.5
 
FITTON, RUSSELL                                             
    Sprinkler law rains on new dentist's practice  12/14/95 p.9
 
FLAUTER, ALLIE                                              
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
FLINT CREEK SAVANNA (WETLANDS)                              
    Township to aid Flint Creek cleanup  1/26/95 p.6
    Flint Creek project expanded  2/16/95 p.6
    Beavers cause flood of worries  3/23/95 p.8
    Village, groups to work on Flint Creek watershed  3/30/95
        p.8
    Conservation group adds to Flint Creek Savanna  10/5/95 p.8
 
FOX HOLLOW (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    New subdivision  9/21/95 p.13
 
FOX HUNT FARMS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Troubled subdivsion plan gains support  9/28/95 p.7
    Barrington Hills estate to be sold at auction  10/26/95 p.11
    Barrington Hills estate auctioned for $4 million  11/9/95
        p.9
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    Marina dredging under way  2/2/95 p.5
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Village, Good Shepherd strike sewer agreement  9/28/95 p.9
    Oh, my God!:  Witnesses describe tragedy unfolding [school
        bus-train accident]  10/26/95 p.5
    Friends mourn loss  11/2/95 p.5
    Signal function is investigated  11/2/95 p.6
 
FOX RIVER LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE                       
    Fox River Preserve reviewed for development  1/5/95 p.5
    Fox River Preserve plans taking shape (picture)  1/26/95 p.7
    Friends of a Feather:  Fox River feud fought over trailer
        park  8/24/95 p.7
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS, ILL.                              
    Condo plans surprise officials  1/26/95 p.7
    Marina dredging under way  2/2/95 p.5
    Work stopped at Port Barrington (picture)  2/9/95 p.7
    Port Barrington slips up on pier  2/16/95 p.5
    Borders outlined for Port property  2/23/95 p.9
 
FRANZ, LYDIA                                                
    Realtor recalls code-cracking detail in WWII  9/7/95 p.12
 
FREESE, NANCY                                               
    New park district commissioner named  5/128/95 p.6
 
FROELKE, KIM                                                
    Animal League elects president  3/2/95 p.16
 
GAGEN, ANDREW C.                                            
    Angry customer charged with arson at Gay Paree (picture) 
        3/2/95 p.5
 
GAJDA, BOB                                                  
    Performance Training Network; Bob Gajda and Gino Migliore,
        owners  8/17/95 p.85
 
GAMBLING                                                    
    Riverboat campaign contributions flow  5/18/95 p.26
    Springfield holds the key to riverboat tax bonanza  8/31/95
        p.9
 
GARDEN CLUBS OF ILLINOIS                                    
    Garden Clubs of Illinois selects Morris as it development
        chairman  5/25/95 p.37
 
GARRY, CHRISTINE                                            
    Knapik, Garry win commissioner seats (picture)  4/6/95 p.5
 
GARVEY EQUESTRIAN CENTER                                    
    Garvey Equestrian Center trial scheduled to begin next
        month  9/28/95 p.9
 
GARVEY, JOHN                                                
    Garvey Equestrian Center trial scheduled to begin next
        month  9/28/95 p.9
 
GASKILL, PAUL B.                                            
    Gaskills celebrate 50th  (picture)  6/22/95 p.34
 
GAY PAREE (NIGHTCLUB)                                       
    Angry customer charged with arson at Gay Paree (picture) 
        3/2/95 p.5
 
GILLETTE COMPANY                                            
    Animal rights group rats on Gillette tests (picture) 
        5/18/95 p.126
 
GILLETTE, PAUL                                              
    Gillette steps down as Bronco's head coach (picture) 
        3/2/95 p.131
 
GIRL SCOUTS-ILLINOIS CROSSROADS COUNCIL                     
    Girl Scouts Crossroads Council honors achievements of 10
        women  6/8/95 p.36
 
GLEN GEARY BRAE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Commission recommends annexation  4/6/95 p.6
 
GLOVER, JAMES                                               
    Motorcyclist killed in crash  7/20/95 p.6
 
GOEBBERT'S PUMPKIN FARM                                     
    PumpkinFest helps feed the hungry  11/16/95 p.6
 
GOLF                                                        
    Need to putt better was mother of this invention  7/27/95
        p.22
 
GOOCH, THOMAS                                               
    ZBA chairman fends off re-appointment in disgust  3/30/95
        p.7
    Lawyer censured by state's high court  4/13/95 p.5
    Gooch appointed to rural fire board  4/13/95 p.14
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    EHS, Good Shepherd honor most valuable assets:  people 
        1/12/95 p.85
    Hospital merger creates Advocate  1/26/95 p.5
    Baby business continues to boom at AHC's Good Shepherd
        Hospital  2/2/95 p.32
    Hospital achieves Level II trauma status  2/2/95 p.114
    Good Shepherd Hospital honors volunteers with service
        awards  2/23/95 p.24
    Auxiliary of Good Shepherd Hospital president re-elected to
        second term  2/23/95 p.29
    Good Shepherd plans offices, oncology unit  3/16/95 p.5
    Umasking feelings:  therapeutic value found in arts, crafts
        (picture)  3/23/95 p.25
    Hospital given ok for office building  4/13/95 p.8
    Hospital honors volunteers  4/13/95 p.113
    Good Shepherd Hospital honors volunteers  5/4/95 p.118
    Work begins on new hospital center  6/8/95 p.6
    Hospital honors volunteers  8/24/95 p.28
    Class helps teens be better baby sitters  8/31/95 p.81
    Drainage problems begin ponding between Good Shpeherd,
        village  9/21/95 p.10
    Village, Good Shepherd strike sewer agreement  9/28/95 p.9
    Hospital adds parking spaces  10/5/95 p.11
    Crash puts Good Shepherd ER staff to test  11/2/95 p.5
    Hospital agreement [with Lake Barrington regarding
        drainage]  11/30/95 p.27
 
GOOD SHEPHERD MANOR                                         
    Seniors look to bright side during CO scare  11/30/95 p.5
 
GOODMAN, FRANCIS                                            
    Barrington Hills loses dedicated public servant  7/13/95 p.8
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Contract's first 100 days deemed productive  4/13/95 p.10
    Legislators ok bypass plans  6/1/95 p.5
    GOP legislators happy with effectiveness in '95  6/15/95 p.8
    GOP continues its fight against motor voter law  7/20/95 p.9
    State set to review affirmative action  8/3/95 p.8
    Crane pushing for more trade accords  8/24/95 p.11
    Springfield holds the key to riverboat tax bonanza  8/31/95
        p.9
 
GOVERNOR'S PARK NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER           
    Governing the Park:  Nursing home criticized for staffing
        shortage (picture)  1/26/95 p.14
    Out-of-court settlement follows negligence lawsuit
        (picture)  1/26/95 p.15
    Complaints at Governor's Park ruled invalid by state agency
        3/16/95 p.9
    Adminstrator's replacement arrives  3/16/95 p.9
    Governor's Park changes ownership  6/15/95 p.6
 
GRAFT, PAT                                                  
    Resident announces candidacy 1/19/95 p.6
 
GRAMS, WILLIAM                                              
    Inverness offers contract to Grams (picture)  3/30/95 p.13
 
GRASS, VANESSA                                              
    Gold-medalist Grass leads strong swim club effort  8/10/95
        p.112
 
GREATER BARRINGTON AREA SPORTSPLEX                          
    Large sports complex proposed for Pepper Road industrial
        park  9/7/95 p.5
 
GREENERY (RESTAURANT)                                       
    Volunteers deliver, thankfully  11/30/95 p.7
 
GRIGSBY PRAIRIE (WETLANDS)                                  
    CFC prairie project gets grant  3/2/95 p.6
 
GRIMM, MICHAEL                                              
    Mikey:  Field of Dreams' own "Shoeless Joe" (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.10
    Drunken driver gets 4-year prison term  1/19/95 p.11
 
GROSS-MOORE, SHIRLEY                                        
    Chamber of Commerce officers installed  2/16/95 p.97
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove Street Carnival celebrates sixth year  9/21/95 p.14
    Life is a (Grove) carnival  9/28/95 p.99
    Grove Avenue School holds book fair  11/9/95 p.119
 
GRUVER, BRADLEY                                             
    Traffic fatality shows signs of some underage drinking
        (picture)  4/13/95 p.5
 
GUICHARD WINE INTERNATIONAL                                 
    Liquor license [to Guichard Wine International]  11/30/95
        p.27
 
GUSTAFSON, SHARON                                           
    Auxiliary of Good Shepherd Hospital president re-elected to
        second term  2/23/95 p.29
 
GUZMAN, RAFAEL                                              
    Boy's return home marked with joy  12/21/95 p.25
 
H.J. HEINZ COMPANY                                          
    Heinz considers options with Quaker Oats land  4/13/95 p.13
 
HAMELBERG, RONALD                                           
    Two candidates announce bids for District 51 seat  10/19/95
        p.8
    Hamelberg withdraws from Springfield bid  10/26/95 p.7
 
HAMILTON, CLIFFORD                                          
    Heat may be responsible for 90-year-olds death  8/3/95 p.5
 
HAMMER, SCOTT                                               
    Local attorney Hammers home the blues  11/30/95 p.B3
 
HANIFL, KERRY                                               
    Double-duty is a way of life for Hanifl (picture)  1/5/95
        p.96
 
HANSEN, JANE                                                
    Three candidates file in Barrington  1/19/95 p.6
 
HANSON, PALMER "BILL"                                       
    Tower Lakes village president decides not to seek
        re-election  1/5/95 p.9
 
HARALDSON, NANCY                                            
    Sky's no limit:  all flights awesome to area aviator 
        8/3/95 p.29
 
HAROLD SQUARE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Harold's Carol:  Square provides well-rounded education
        (picture)  1/19/95 p.109
    L-design reshapes Harold Square  7/20/95 p.5
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Report of rape disturbs normal calm at Harper  2/9/95 p.7
    Harper to name buidlings after its contributors  3/9/95
        p.144
    Wearable art (picture)  4/27/95 p.120
    Harper board interviews six applicants to replace Norwood 
        8/10/95 p.26
    Six candidates will vie for three Harper seats  8/31/95 p.16
    Harper board details plans for arts center  10/5/95 p.15
    One of a kind:  Harper football thrives during Eliasik's 25
        years  11/23/95 p.114
 
HAUTER, JANET                                               
    Pregnancy center picks new director  8/10/95 p.12
 
HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL.                                        
    North Barrington reviewing Hawthorn Woods accord  3/2/95
        p.11
 
HEAR MY VOICE                                               
    DeBoer Committee changes name  5/11/95 p.6
    Voices carry at "Richard" rally (picture)  5/25/95 p.13
 
HEMPHILL, BARRY                                             
    Hemphill's residency called into question  6/8/95 p.16
    Village president resigns  7/13/95 p.5
 
HIGA, BOB                                                   
    The Magic and Illusions of Higa; Bob and Susan Higa, owners
        12/14/95 p.34
 
HIGA, SUSAN                                                 
    The Magic and Illusions of Higa; Bob and Susan Higa, owners
        12/14/95 p.34
 
HILL, JANICE                                                
    Development director resigns  6/29/95 p.6
 
HILLS, MICHELE                                              
    Hills resigns  8/24/95 p.12
 
HINDI, STEVE                                                
    Rodeo foes protest dismissal of charges, threaten civil
        action  8/24/95 p.14
 
HINES, GARY                                                 
    Gary Hines bestowed with Award of Merit (picture)  3/16/95
        p.105
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES MEDICAL CENTER                              
    Midwives trend born-again  9/14/95 p.93
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Higgins corridor ok'd for sewers  2/2/95 p.5
    Village, property owner continue to swap offers  2/16/95
        p.16
    South Barrington, Union Pacific running out of
        counterproposals  2/23/95 p.5
    Court rules against Hoffman Estates  3/2/95 p.10
    South Barrington candidates seek Hoffman Estates pact 
        3/23/95 p.11
    Residential plan eyed for Ameritech parcel  4/6/95 p.11
    Growing pains hit DARE (picture)  4/13/95 p.119
    Businesses eager for Bears  4/20/95 p.14
    BFI landfill plan draws attention from neighbors  4/27/95
        p.16
    Bears land option for Hoffman Estates site  5/4/95 p.7
    Neighbors fear arrival of Bears  5/11/95 p.10
    Officials try to ease fears of gas operation  5/11/95 p.23
    Midlands trial reduced to brief arguments  7/13/95 p.10
    Midlands ruling due from judge Aug. 11  8/3/95 p.5
    Last punch is thrown in Midlands case  8/10/95 p.5
    Judge delays decision on Midlands case again  8/24/95 p.9
    Midlands decision delayed again  9/7/95 p.11
    Midlands ruling delayed third time  9/21/95 p.5
    Street dedication honors "Shot", former Broncos baseball
        player  9/28/95 p.7
    Midlands decision moved back - again  10/12/95 p.6
    Decision delayed again  11/30/95 p.13
    Judge says Midlands can move  12/7/95 p.5
    Midlands appeal vote due tonight  12/14/95 p.13
    Village board decides to appeal Midlands case  12/21/95 p.8
 
HOGG, DOROTHY                                               
    Dorothy Hogg honored with volunteer award (picture) 
        1/12/95 p.21
 
HOKANSON, J. BARRY                                          
    Planning director brings county co-op approach  2/23/95 p.89
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Modern art to be used for ancient message  7/27/95 p.13
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    Home of the Sparrow given grant  1/19/95 p.26
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    More people are using local homeless shelters (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.7
 
HORSES                                                      
    Barrington Horse Show  7/13/95 p.25
 
HOWARD, GERRY                                               
    Artist's work enters its own dimension  9/21/95 p.31
 
HUEBNER, JEFF                                               
    Teacher launches campaign to unseat incumbent Crane 
        11/30/95 p.8
    Crane will run; challenger ducks  12/7/95 p.11
 
HUFF & PUFF INDUSTRIES, LTD.                                
    Train Lady chugs to dreamy stops  12/7/95 p.7
 
HUFF, DONALD                                                
    Grayslake man challenges Crane  12/14/95 p.12
 
HULL, BARBARA                                               
    Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hull [50th]  10/5/95 p.40
 
HULL, JOHN                                                  
    Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hull [50th]  10/5/95 p.40
 
HUNDLEY, TODD                                               
    Wilson, Hundley know they'll be back (picture)  3/30/95
        p.121
 
HYDE, KATHERINE                                             
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
ILLINOIS CITIZENS FOR BETTER CARE                           
    Group questions regulatory oversight  1/26/95 p.15
 
ILLINOIS COMMERCE COMMISSION                                
    Call for geographic split gaining support at ICC  3/9/95
        p.14
    Commerce Commission ruling calls for new Barrington-area
        numbers [map]  3/23/95 p.7
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    Officials to test signals at 154 intersections  11/2/95 p.7
    Signal tweaked at Eastern & Route 14  11/9/95 p.7
    Investigators at odds over signal problem  11/9/95 p.16
 
ILLUSIONS REPLICA JEWELRY                                   
    Illusions Replica Jewelry; Cindy and Otto Obrest, owners
        (picture)  4/27/95 p.101
 
INTERIORS II                                                
    Interiors II, Susan Reese and Lee Youngstrom, owners 
        11/16/95 p.97
 
INTRAVARTOLO, RUSS                                          
    Starnet, Inc.; Russ Intravartolo, owner  10/26/95 p.89
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness raises minimum for size of residential lots 
        1/5/95 p.11
    No green light for tripod intersection plan  1/12/95 p.14
    Passarelli is leaving board after 20 years (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.16
    Inverness seeks money to cover police contract  1/26/95
        p.112
    Inverness could someday control rural fire district  2/2/95
        p.18
    Mayor delays veto on nursing home  2/16/95 p.11
    Park board candidates will want additional programs in
        Inverness  2/23/95 p.9
    Trustees not concerned with Rosewood staffing  3/9/95 p.9
    Inverness suggests splitting road plan into two phases
        [map]  3/9/95 p.18
    Police investigate blasts from pipe bomb incidents  3/9/95
        p.20
    Geese attacked in Inverness  3/23/95 p.8
    Inverness offers contract to Grams (picture)  3/30/95 p.13
    Inverness takes new direction in addresses  4/6/95 p.13
    Inverness mailboxes destroyed  6/22/95 p.14
    Villages seeking new cop-shop site  7/6/95 p.11
    Mailbox destruction ongoing in Inverness  7/6/95 p.12
    Inverness updating comprehensive plan  7/20/95 p.6
    Bacteria bloom kills fish in Inverness lake  8/10/95 p.7
    Inverness garbage scofflaws to be fined  8/17/95 p.6
    Tougher enforcement eyed for developers violations  8/17/95
        p.11
    Inverness crime statistics climb  9/14/95 p.5
    Damage pegged at $750,000 in Inverness blaze  9/14/95 p.12
    Man proposes to pump up park  9/14/95 p.20
    Fire official questions Inverness police plan  11/9/95 p.12
    Police committee proposal rejected  11/16/95 p.12
    Road improvement plan scaled down  12/21/95 p.11
 
ITTEL, DAVID                                                
    Chicago Indoor Garden Supply; David Ittel, owner  6/15/95
        p.105
 
JACOBS, ED                                                  
    South Barrington Park election set  2/2/95 p.6
 
JAKACKI, CORRINE                                            
    Quake shakes up BHS grad  2/2/95 p.7
 
JANSSEN, JOHN R., JR.                                       
    Local man killed in crash  9/14/95 p.5
 
JAYNE, DANIEL                                               
    Garvey Equestrian Center trial scheduled to begin next
        month  9/28/95 p.9
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Center on schedule  1/12/95 p.16
    Jewel reconstruction project nearing its spring conclusion 
        3/9/95 p.9
    Old friend to open its new doors next month (picture) 
        3/30/95 p.9
    It's finally open  4/13/95 p.6
    Old friends meet at new Jewel (picture)  4/20/95 p.5
    New store a village tax boon  4/20/95 p.5
    Seven lucky ducklings birthed in new Jewel/Osco parking lot
        (picture)  5/25/95 p.9
    Smoke bomb forces evacuation of Jewel  8/10/95 p.5
    Mary Dunbar Mission  9/14/95 p.29
    Changes to liquor law may serve customers  12/7/95 p.14
    Sunday sales [of liquor]  12/7/95 p.14
    Check-out lanes open for liquor sales  12/14/95 p.6
 
JFK HEALTH WORLD MUSEUM                                     
    Homeowners blow whistle on train exhibit  5/11/95 p.14
    Trustees not all aboard for train exhibit plans  5/25/95 p.8
    Museum's train exhibit de-railed in Barrington  6/29/95 p.5
    JFK Health World set to open next week  10/19/95 p.5
    New exhibit at JFK Health World  12/21/95 p.6
    Train safety on museum's track  12/28/95 p.7
 
JOHNSON, JERMAINE                                           
    Johnson drives Broncos to title  6/1/95 p.126
 
JONES, BRANDON L.                                           
    Man dies in Barrington Hills accident  10/26/95 p.6
    Coroner says alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/16/95 p.11
 
JONES, JUDITH B.                                            
    Art on the hoof  10/5/95 p.30
 
JOVAN'S (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Correction to story of 12/21/95  12/28/95 p.6
 
JUAREZ, VICTOR                                              
    Juarez collects medals while gaining experience  12/21/95
        p.112
 
KALEBIC, JILL                                               
    Kalebic brings home gold from Lake County (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.115
    Kalebic's return brightens holidays  12/21/95 p.113
 
KAMRADT, LINDSEY                                            
    Kamradt battles way into lineup (picture)  1/19/95 p.114
 
KANE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Bridge over the River Fox  10/5/95 p.7
 
KELLEY, DAR                                                 
    Distinguised veteran, Dar Kelley, dies at age 75 (picture) 
        3/23/95 p.18
 
KEMPER NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANIES                         
    Kemper to host summit for business, education  2/16/95 p.106
 
KENYON-OPPENHEIMER                                          
    Kenyon-Oppenheimer; Joel Oppenheimer, owner  7/13/95 p.97
 
KILTON, LARY J., DR.                                        
    Doctor found dead in Barrington Hills  6/22/95 p.13
    Doctor's death ruled a suicide  11/9/95 p.6
 
KIM, SAMUEL                                                 
    Need to putt better was mother of this invention  7/27/95
        p.22
 
KIMBALL HILL, INC.                                          
    North Barrington deals setback to Kimball Hill  1/12/95 p.10
    North Barrington development KO'd  1/26/95 p.6
 
KNAPIK, BILL                                                
    Knapik, Garry win commissioner seats (picture)  4/6/95 p.5
 
KO, SUN                                                     
    Pack N' Mail; Terry and Sun Ko, owners  2/2/95 p.97
 
KO, TERRY                                                   
    Pack N' Mail; Terry and Sun Ko, owners  2/2/95 p.97
 
KOTZ, CHARLOTTE                                             
    Out-of-court settlement follows negligence lawsuit
        (picture)  1/26/95 p.15
 
KOTZ, RAYMOND                                               
    Out-of-court settlement follows negligence lawsuit
        (picture)  1/26/95 p.15
 
KRANZ, JOHN                                                 
    Firefighters hang up hoses after more than two decades
        (picture)  5/11/95 p.16
 
KRONSTEDT, JANET                                            
    Tiffany baskets no longer for sale  11/23/95 p.6
 
KRUPKA, CAROL                                               
    Krupka captures win in Cricket competition  6/22/95 p.114
 
KRYSTOFF, SANDRA J.                                         
    Maid charged with jewel thefts  6/29/95 p.13
 
KU KLUX KLAN                                                
    Ku Klux Klan plans rallies  5/11/95 p.13
    County officials say they can't stop Klan rally  5/18/95
        p.13
    Group plans to counter KKK rally  5/25/95 p.16
    Splinter KKK group hands out leaflets  5/25/95 p.16
    Groups' views vary on response to KKK  6/1/95 p.9
    Police keep peace at KKK rally (picture)  6/8/95 p.7
    Responses range from prayer to rage (picture)  6/8/95 p.7
    Courthouse rally draws 50 Klan sympathizers  6/8/95 p.24
    County says insurance needed for Klan rally  6/22/95 p.16
    Which Ku Klux Klan is which?  6/22/95 p.16
 
KUBIK, DAVE                                                 
    Kubik, Shah battle to finish  6/1/95 p.127
 
KURZEJA, WAYNE                                              
    Barrington Hills man enters Senate race  12/21/95 p.14
 
KYLE, JUDITH                                                
    Van crashes through restaurant window  5/11/95 p.12
 
LADRA, BILL                                                 
    Adminstrator's replacement arrives  3/16/95 p.9
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    Call for new park board members  12/7/95 p.6
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK                             
    Lake Barrington sewer plans line up more vows of litigation
        5/25/95 p.24
    Plea headed for U.S. Supreme Court  10/19/95 p.5
 
LAKE BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                               
    Budget  9/21/95 p.110
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Lake Barrington Shores nearing total build-out  10/5/95 p.13
 
LAKE BARRINGTON WATER SPORTS CENTER                         
    Planes plopped in Pepper to create divers' delights 
        8/10/95 p.7
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Schleifer legacy grows with donated oak trees  1/5/95 p.88
    Marina dredging under way  2/2/95 p.5
    Work stopped at Port Barrington (picture)  2/9/95 p.7
    Port Barrington slips up on pier  2/16/95 p.5
    Car dealership granted special use permit  2/16/95 p.18
    Lake Barrington supports legislative efforts  3/9/95 p.7
    Lake Barrington candidates differ on priorities  3/16/95
        p.25
    ZBA chairman fends off reappointment in disgust  3/30/95 p.7
    Lake Barrington voter turnout low  4/6/95 p.8
    Village flag stolen  4/27/95 p.26
    Property tax increase  4/27/95 p.26
    Sign to be revised  4/27/95 p.26
    Park ruling pending  4/24/95 p.26
    Lake Barrington appointments made  5/4/95 p.6
    Sewer, water court rulings overturned  5/11/95 p.7
    Lake Barrington sewer plans line up more vows of litigation
        5/25/95 p.24
    Hemphill's residency called into question  6/8/95 p.16
    Tirathlon proposed for Lake Barrington  6/22/95 p.5
    Commission ok's retirement facility  6/29/95 p.5
    Village president resigns  7/13/95 p.5
    Triathlon gets off to false start  7/27/95 p.10
    Hills resigns  8/24/95 p.12
    One Classic Place [approved]  8/24/95 p.12
    Large sports complex proposed for Pepper Road industrial
        park  9/7/95 p.5
    Drainage problems begin ponding between Good Shpeherd,
        village  9/21/95 p.10
    New clerk  9/28/95 p.16
    New addresses  9/28/95 p.16
    Water tower  11/30/95 p.16
    Park approved  11/30/95 p.16
    Liquor license [to Guichard Wine International]  11/30/95
        p.27
    Hospital agreement [with Lake Barrington regarding
        drainage]  11/30/95 p.27
    Money donated  11/30/95 p.27
    Lake Barrington board says shed owner violated codes 
        12/14/95 p.8
 
LAKE COUNTY CONSERVATION ALLIANCE                           
    Environmental group lists recipients of fame, shame 
        3/23/95 p.13
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    District plans model farm, trail in Lindenhurst  2/2/95
        p.120
    Forest preserve programs recognized by association  4/6/95
        p.32
    New trails top preserve's plan for construction  4/13/95
        p.12
    Open burns finished at Cuba Marsh  12/7/95 p.6
 
LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM                                          
    It's a grand old, old flag  6/29/95 p.B3
    Museum officials see accreditation as excellent start 
        8/24/95 p.87
 
LAKE COUNTY RIVERBOAT PROJECT                               
    Springfield holds the key to riverboat tax bonanza  8/31/95
        p.9
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Fox River Preserve reviewed for development  1/5/95 p.5
    Lake County investments deemed safe  1/12/95 p.90
    Lake County debates cop grant  1/26/95 p.11
    Suburban counties council taps Depke for second term 
        2/16/95 p.10
    Planning director brings county co-op approach  2/23/95 p.89
    Supreme Court won't hear gas tax cases  4/6/95 p.14
    Lake County ok's recycling facility  5/4/95 p.24
    Lake County a haven for sport fishing (picture)  5/11/95
        p.33
    County cops add pedals for a new street-beat look  7/6/95
        p.13
    Fired county clerk workers hire attorney  8/19/95 p.13
    Fired workers get new county jobs  9/7/95 p.8
    New juvenile facility a response to voters  9/7/95 p.21
 
LAKE ZURICH FIRE DEPARTMENT                                 
    Fire fighting goes hi-tech  2/9/95 p.6
 
LAKE ZURICH RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                  
    Fire district devises new referendum game plan  8/17/95 p.9
    Lake Zurich fire district referendum approved  11/9/95 p.8
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Pact leads to larger Lake Zurich  1/19/95 p.6
    Village, groups to work on Flint Creek watershed  3/30/95
        p.8
    Lake Zurich no longer apple of orchard's eye  3/30/95 p.14
 
LAKEVIEW (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Tardy Lakeview improvements irk trustees  7/6/95 p.14
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Barrington Hills committee to explore lurking land sales 
        8/31/95 p.5
 
LARRAIN, GEORGE                                             
    North Barrington taps Larrain to fill Clarke's presidential
        post  7/20/95 p.5
 
LAW                                                         
    Jordan golf investigation par for course  1/5/95 p.7
    Repeal of law would narrow options for injured workers 
        2/2/95 p.8
    Snowmobile regulations differ throughout village  2/9/95 p.9
    Congress reconsidering two-staple paper ban  6/29/95 p.24
    Fear of fraud drives defiance of Motor Voter  8/10/95 p.13
    Salvi-sponsored bill targets drug dealers  8/17/95 p.11
    Responsibility law sent back  10/12/95 p.5
    Feds raid ID dealers in northwest Indiana  10/12/95 p.9
    Electronic frontier:  legislators scurrying to regulate the
        Internet  10/19/95 p.89
    Parental responsibility law ok'd in Barrington  11/23/95 p.9
    Boot headaches can mount with unpaid fines  12/7/95 p.12
    Sprinkler law rains on new dentist's practice  12/14/95 p.9
 
LE COMPTE, BENJAMIN III                                     
    Barrington Hills estate auctioned for $4 million  11/9/95
        p.9
 
LEADBETTER, DAVID                                           
    Pro golf instructor to help Aging Council get into swing 
        6/8/95 p.13
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                                      
    GOP continues its fight against motor voter law  7/20/95 p.9
 
LEARNING TREE                                               
    Matchmaker turns patch-maker  9/21/95 p.107
 
LEE, CATHERINE                                              
    Local resident doesn't hit wall in China  9/28/95 p.25
    Lee's move could pave the way to Washington  11/30/95 p.8
 
LENHARD, BRANDI                                             
    Lenhard, Fillies brace for sectional (picture)  2/2/95 p.122
 
LEROY, ROBERT OTTO                                          
    Story of survival (picture)  4/20/95 p.109
 
LERUM, NORDAHL                                              
    Oklahoma City tragedy elicits local sympathy  4/27/95 p.11
    Dog Tracks raises funds for bombing victims  5/18/95 p.16
 
LEXINGTON HOMES, INC.                                       
    Residential plan eyed for Ameritech parcel  4/6/95 p.11
 
LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF ILLINOIS                               
    Libertarians learn to laugh at selves  4/27/95 p.14
 
LIM, CHONG                                                  
    Trooper killed on tollway  6/8/95 p.6
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Liquor license ok'd  1/12/95 p.16
    Changes to liquor law may serve customers  12/7/95 p.14
    Sunday sales [of liquor]  12/7/95 p.14
 
LITTLE GARDEN CLUB OF BARRINGTON                            
    Highway's adoptive cleaners sweep up 12 bags of trash 
        8/3/95 p.7
 
LONERGAN, TIMOTHY                                           
    Chief back on the job  4/6/95 p.6
 
LONG, LAURA                                                 
    Class act:  BHS valedictorian has made the grades  6/15/95
        p.121
 
LONG, THOMAS                                                
    Democrats ok GOP's fire board pick  7/13/95 p.5
 
LUNDGRAN, BARRY W.                                          
    Man charged with bomb threat, arson  4/27/95 p.11
 
LUSSOW, BILLY                                               
    Lussow leads Loyola to gold  4/13/95 p.128
 
MAC'S SNOW REMOVAL                                          
    [zoning] variation denied  11/30/95 p.16
    Lake Barrington board says shed owner violated codes 
        12/14/95 p.8
 
MAGGIE ROGERS MEMORIAL PARK                                 
    Man proposes to pump up park  9/14/95 p.20
 
MAGIC AND ILLUSIONS OF HIGA                                 
    The Magic and Illusions of Higa; Bob and Susan Higa, owners
        12/14/95 p.34
 
MAGRO, NICOLE                                               
    Magro delivers a consistent effort as the Fillies' captain 
        12/21/95 p.111
 
MAHER, PAT                                                  
    Maher can't fret about injuries  11/30/95 p.123
 
MAIL BOXES, ETC.                                            
    Mail Boxes, Etc.; Terry McGovern, owner  2/2/95 p.97
 
MANARIK, ROBIN                                              
    First [child] of the year (picture)  1/5/94 p.9
 
MANZULLO, DON                                               
    Illinois Rep. moves to make commute plan optional  2/9/95
        p.101
 
MARKHAM, JIM                                                
    Local man injured in business accident  2/2/95 p.11
 
MARX, FRED                                                  
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marx [60th]  10/12/95 p.36
 
MAWDSLEY, JOHN E.                                           
    Barrington man dies during triathlon  8/31/95 p.7
    Triathletes vow to keep competing  8/31/95 p.13
    Routine investigation under way in man's death during
        triathlon  9/28/95 p.8
 
MAYLAND, KAY G.                                             
    Mayland steps down as president  10/19/95 p.8
    Correction to story of 10/19 [Mayland resignation] 
        10/26/95 p.6
 
MC CASLIN, FRANK                                            
    [zoning] variation denied  11/30/95 p.16
    Lake Barrington board says shed owner violated codes 
        12/14/95 p.8
 
MC CLOUD AQUATIC SERVICES                                   
    Bacteria bloom kills fish in Inverness lake  8/10/95 p.7
 
MC GOVERN, TERRY                                            
    Mail Boxes, Etc.; Terry McGovern, owner  2/2/95 p.97
 
MC HENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                       
    County says insurance needed for Klan rally  6/22/95 p.16
 
MC SWEENEY, KAREN                                           
    Reckless driving conviction logged  5/4/95 p.13
 
MC VEY, STEPHEN                                             
    Chase speeds through downtown (picture)  3/16/95 p.5
 
MCDONALD'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    McDonald's seeks window of opportunity  10/19/95 p.14
 
MESSIAH LUTHERN CHURCH                                      
    Congregation to settle in at new church  2/2/95 p.16
 
MICHELIN, MARK                                              
    Sevens come up luck for diver Michelin  1/19/95 p.116
 
MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Village decision due on Midlands  1/12/95 p.5
    Midlands issue ballot bound  1/19/95 p.5
    Citizens group readies legal action  1/19/95 p.14
    Higgins corridor ok'd for sewers  2/2/95 p.5
    Midlands owners offer village another option  2/9/95 p.8
    Village, property owner continue to swap offers  2/16/95
        p.16
    South Barrington, Union Pacific running out of
        counterproposals  2/23/95 p.5
    Midlands property negotiations falter  3/9/95 p.5
    South Barrington candidates seek Hoffman Estates pact 
        3/23/95 p.11
    Midlands trial reaches midway point  6/15/95 p.10
    Planner's testimony is key to South Barrrington's fate 
        6/29/95 p.9
    Village's land uses put on trial  7/6/95 p.7
    Midlands trial reduced to brief arguments  7/13/95 p.10
    Midlands ruling due from judge Aug. 11  8/3/95 p.5
    Last punch is thrown in Midlands case  8/10/95 p.5
    Judge delays decision on Midlands case again  8/24/95 p.9
    Midlands decision delayed again  9/7/95 p.11
    Midlands ruling delayed third time  9/21/95 p.5
    Midlands decision moved back - again  10/12/95 p.6
    Decision delayed again  11/30/95 p.13
    Judge says Midlands can move  12/7/95 p.5
    Midlands appeal vote due tonight  12/14/95 p.13
    Village board decides to appeal Midlands case  12/21/95 p.8
    Area leaders look to protect borders after Midlands case 
        12/28/95 p.16
 
MIGLIORE, GINO                                              
    Performance Training Network; Bob Gajda and Gino Migliore,
        owners  8/17/95 p.85
 
MILLER PARK                                                 
    Mountain bike course may pedal new life into park  12/21/95
        p.9
 
MILLER, GEORGE                                              
    Local township official spars with state group  1/5/95 p.14
 
MILLER, MIKE                                                
    Grapplers Miller, Moreno and Nicol advance to sectional
        (picture)  2/9/95 p.128
 
MILLER, ROGER P.                                            
    Barrington resident is honored for his entrepreneurial
        prowess  1/19/95 p.34
 
MINNER, DONALD F.                                           
    Minner named to library board  11/30/95 p.6
 
MODROWSKI, PAUL                                             
    Selection starts for double-jury in murder trial  1/12/95
        p.7
    Defendants accuse each other  1/19/95 p.7
    Testimony implicates murder defendants  1/26/95 p.10
    Witnesses describe murder suspects' months in Florida 
        2/2/95 p.9
    One innocent verdict in murder (picture)  2/16/95 p.7
    Local police lose evidence in headless corpse case  2/16/95
        p.8
    Jury finds Modrowski guilty  2/23/95 p.7
    Deliberations on death:  arguments in Modrowski trial
        become lethal (picture)  4/27/95 p.7
    Modrowski meets criteria  4/27/95 p.8
    Modrowski gets life  5/4/95 p.8
    Jurors satisfied with life sentence  5/4/95 p.8
    Murderer's troubled youth revealed during hearing  5/4/95
        p.9
    Modrowski files appeal  6/15/95 p.5
    Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Modrowski, Faraci 
        8/17/95 p.9
    Fawcett's killer may face more charges  12/14/95 p.16
 
MOELLER, WALLY                                              
    Red Bull infantryman recalls European theater  7/27/95 p.20
 
MOHR, JEFF                                                  
    Never stumped:  Chainsaw artist sees more than firewood in
        logs (picture)  3/2/95 p.20
 
MORENO, DIMAS                                               
    Moreno posts three wins at MSL meet  2/2/95 p.126
    Grapplers Miller, Moreno and Nicol advance to sectional
        (picture)  2/9/95 p.128
 
MORRIS, MARGUERITE                                          
    Garden Clubs of Illinois selects Morris as its development
        chairman  5/25/95 p.37
 
MOSCOW RED DEVILS (BASEBALL CLUB)                           
    Legion Classic scours world for top teams  6/22/95 p.129
    Russian invasion leaves mark  6/29/95 p.119
 
MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON                                   
    Motor Werks Mercedes lifted while police handling another
        Mercedes theft report  9/14/95 p.14
 
MOTOROLA, INC.                                              
    Motorola considers South Barrington site  2/2/95 p.14
    Motorola-Allstate deal in village's hands  4/20/95 p.6
    Panel has hang-ups with Motorola  5/25/95 p.6
    Allstate unable to meet Motorola move-in plans  6/15/95 p.13
    Motorola-Allstate deal folds  6/8/95 p.6
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVE                                            
    Mountsier chosen as winner of Community Service Award
        (picture)  5/25/95 p.30
    Mountsier enters race for Lake County board  10/19/95 p.7
 
MULLHALL, RAYMOND                                           
    Traffic fatality shows signs of some underage drinking
        (picture)  4/13/95 p.5
    Drugs, alcohol involved in fatal crash  4/27/95 p.30
    Fatal crash nets driver probation  12/28/95 p.5
 
NATURE CENTERS                                              
    Wild side  4/20/95 p.7
 
NBD INVESTMENT CENTER                                       
    NBD leases book store site  7/20/95 p.16
    NBD opens  9/21/95 p.13
 
NEIMER, NOELLE                                              
    Lifeguards whistle for firefighters  7/20/95 p.13
 
NERSESIAN, LIZ                                              
    Nersesian's return gives Fillies reason to dance (picture) 
        1/12/95 p.107
 
NEVIUS, CRAIG                                               
    Local writer's "Scorpion" poised to strike  8/10/95 p.B3
 
NICHOLSON, PAUL                                             
    Pay raise [village manager]  8/24/95 p.12
    Nicholson receives prestigious award  9/28/95 p.6
 
NICOL, SEAN                                                 
    Grapplers Miller, Moreno and Nicol advance to sectional
        (picture)  2/9/95 p.128
 
NINETY-NINES, INTERNATIONAL WOMEN PILOTS                    
    Female pilots' club climbs new heights  8/10/95 p.29
 
NORGE SKI JUMP                                              
    Ready for 90th winter jump (picture)  1/12/95 p.17
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Repairs create stink at school  2/16/95 p.6
    North Barrington School showing its age  10/5/95 p.111
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    North Barrington deals setback to Kimball Hill  1/12/95 p.10
    North Barrington development KO'd  1/26/95 p.6
    Village seeks new parks, improvements  2/16/95 p.14
    North Barrington gets police grant  3/2/95 p.6
    North Barrington reviewing Hawthorn Woods accord  3/2/95
        p.11
    If elected, Fisk would resign  3/30/95 p.5
    North Barrington elects incumbent, newcomers  4/6/95 p.8
    North Barrington annexation sought  5/25/95 p.6
    Budget  6/29/95 p.122
    Village president Clarke dies at his North Barrington home 
        7/6/95 p.5
    North Barrington trustee resigning  7/6/95 p.8
    North Barrington taps Larrain to fill Clarke's presidential
        post  7/20/95 p.5
    Board mulls options for Clarke tribute  7/27/95 p.5
    Walter Clarke memorial decision made  8/31/95 p.6
    Village wants census to take new residents into account 
        8/31/95 p.11
    Village annexes 27 lots in Timber Creek area  8/31/95 p.14
    Another appointed trustee joins board in North Barrington 
        9/14/95 p.11
    Antique car garage burn in NB blaze  10/5/95 p.8
    Biltmore fence reignites controversy  10/26/95 p.6
 
NORTHWEST 2001                                              
    In survey, local leaders say traffic is top problem 
        11/30/95 p.11
 
NORTHWEST ANIMAL LEAGUE                                     
    Animal League elects president  3/2/95 p.16
    Group cries foul in death of steer  6/1/95 p.29
    Eyewitness:  steer died, but blame misdirected  6/8/95 p.5
    Protests prod police spurring three arrests  7/13/95 p.9
 
NORTHWEST MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE                              
    Towns joins to unplug area code overlay plan  3/2/95 p.8
    Call for geographic split gaining support at ICC  3/9/95
        p.14
 
NORWOOD, MOLLY                                              
    Harper board interviews six applicants to replace Norwood 
        8/10/95 p.26
 
NOVY, EMIL, JR.                                             
    Firefighters hang up hoses after more than two decades
        (picture)  5/11/95 p.16
 
NOYES, JACK                                                 
    Practice makes perfect franchise  7/27/95 p.89
 
NURSING HOMES                                               
    Group questions regulatory oversight  1/26/95 p.15
 
OBREST, CINDY                                               
    Illusions Replica Jewelry; Cindy and Otto Obrest, owners
        (picture)  4/27/95 p.101
 
OBREST, OTTO                                                
    Illusions Replica Jewelry; Cindy and Otto Obrest, owners
        (picture)  4/27/95 p.101
 
OLSEN, LIZ                                                  
    Olsen's third lifts Fillies at State  11/23/95 p.111
 
ONE CLASSIC PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Commission ok's retirement facility  6/29/95 p.5
    Senior housing plan up for approval  8/3/95 p.6
    One Classic Place [approved]  8/24/95 p.12
    Classic open house scheduled  10/12/95 p.6
 
OPPENHEIMER, JOEL                                           
    Kenyon-Oppenheimer; Joel Oppenheimer, owner  7/13/95 p.97
 
PAFRALIDES, BOBBY                                           
    Bead World; Bobby Pafralides, owner (picture)  1/26/95 p.97
 
PAK N' MAIL                                                 
    Pak N' Mail; Terry and Sun Ko, owners  2/2/95 p.97
 
PALATINE FIRE DEPARTMENT                                    
    Fire prompts policy change  9/21/95 p.8
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                     
    Inverness could someday control rural fire district  2/2/95
        p.18
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    No green light for tripod intersection plan  1/12/95 p.14
    Inverness could someday control rural fire district  2/2/95
        p.18
 
PALMQUIST, JOYCE                                            
    BACOA chief seeks to define mission (picture)  4/27/95 p.33
 
PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION                                  
    PTA sounds alarm on violence, kids (picture)  5/11/95 p.135
 
PARK BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                   
    Village care of streets sought  11/16/95 p.14
 
PARMA, SAM                                                  
    DARE officer honored  2/2/95 p.6
 
PARSONS, SHANNON                                            
    Student answers plea from Guatemalan zoo  7/20/95 p.10
 
PASSARELLI, BETSY                                           
    Passarelli is leaving board after 20 years (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.16
 
PATLA, ANN                                                  
    Patla appointed to state post  3/23/95 p.6
 
PAULSEN, DAVE                                               
    FBI examining phone records  5/18/95 p.32
 
PEAK, CHRISTINE                                             
    Weaving culture into curriculum (picture)  5/25/95 p.101
 
PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TREATMENT OF ANIMALS                 
    Animal rights group rats on Gillette tests (picture) 
        5/18/95 p.126
 
PEPPER LAKE                                                 
    Planes plopped in Pepper to create divers' delights 
        8/10/95 p.7
 
PERFORMANCE TRAINING NETWORK                                
    Performance Training Network; Bob Gajda and Gino Migliore,
        owners  8/17/95 p.85
 
PERSON, PAULA                                               
    The Children's Spoon; Paula Person, owner  8/31/95 p.27
 
PET PRACTICE                                                
    Practice makes perfect franchise  7/27/95 p.89
 
PETERS, SUE                                                 
    Giving her all:  woman dedicated to caring for others 
        12/21/95 p.27
 
PHALEN, LANE                                                
    Literary tour  11/16/95 p.31
 
PIERCE, LORI                                                
    South Barrington Park election set  2/2/95 p.6
    Pierce picked for park board  4/6/95 p.9
 
PIONEER PRESS                                               
    Pioneer headquarters moves from Wilmette to Glenview 
        1/19/95 p.9
 
PLAINESMAN GUN SHOP                                         
    Stolen guns turn up across the country  1/12/95 p.7
 
PLANE VIEW PUMPKIN FARM                                     
    Developer buys pumpkin patch  3/30/95 p.7
    Pumpkin platted  5/25/95 p.12
    Panel passes pumpkin plat  11/2/95 p.123
 
POLICE                                                      
    Barrington, police officers reach three-year accord 
        1/26/95 p.8
    Lake County debates cop grant  1/26/95 p.11
    Inverness seeks money to cover police contract  1/26/95
        p.112
    Latest list targets 69 cars eligible for Denver Boot 
        2/9/95 p.10
    Local police lose evidence in headless corpse case  2/16/95
        p.8
    Line of duty (picture)  2/16/95 p.5
    Tower Lakes seeks new police chief  2/23/95 p.5
    North Barrington gets police grant  3/2/95 p.6
    Del Re wants deputies with college experience  3/16/95 p.24
    New Tower Lakes police chief named  3/23/95 p.8
    South Barrington police become campaign issue  3/23/95 p.11
    Police called to squirrel electrocution  3/30/95 p.6
    Chief back on the job  4/6/95 p.6
    New police officer pending  4/6/95 p.6
    Cops may get BHS beat  4/13/95 p.16
    Growing pains hit DARE (picture)  4/13/95 p.119
    Police crack down on underage drinking party  4/27/95 p.16
    Information exchange policy put to first test  5/4/95 p.12
    QUADCOM costs  5/25/95 p.12
    Police want crackdown on door-to-door solicitors  6/1/95 p.8
    Hill-hopping cases mount  6/1/95 p.12
    Crime lab survey asking if DNA lab would be useful  6/1/95
        p.28
    Trooper killed on tollway  6/8/95 p.6
    Police keep peace at KKK rally (picture)  6/8/95 p.7
    First police officer selected for BHS beat  6/8/95 p.16
    Villages seeking new cop-shop site  7/6/95 p.11
    County cops add pedals for a new street-beat look  7/6/95
        p.13
    Police distributing gang booklet  8/3/95 p.6
    Officers honored  9/28/95 p.16
    Fire official questions Inverness police plan  11/9/95 p.12
    Police officer dies while awaiting transplant  11/9/95 p.21
    Police committee proposal rejected  11/16/95 p.12
    South Barrington tax to fund added cops  11/30/95 p.12
    Reward offered for bomb information  12/7/95 p.6
    Police sponsor youth outing  12/21/95 p.6
    South Barrington officer hospitalized  12/28/95 p.6
 
POLIZZI, KATHLEEN                                           
    Libertarian delivers two-bit tax protest  9/14/95 p.22
 
PORT BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                   
    Marina dredging under way  2/2/95 p.5
    Work stopped at Port Barrington (picture)  2/9/95 p.7
    Port Barrington slips up on pier  2/16/95 p.5
    Greenway plan urged for Port Barringotn site  2/16/95 p.10
    Borders outlined for Port property  2/23/95 p.9
 
POWERS, BETH                                                
    Power play:  Motorola executive steps up to new career 
        11/30/95 p.97
 
POWERS, FORREST F.                                          
    No foul play suspected in Barrington teen's death  6/29/95
        p.16
 
POZATEK, MARION                                             
    Classroom in the sky  6/22/95 p. 33
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Savoring laboring  9/7/95 p.7
 
PRESERVES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    New subdivision proposed  3/16/95 p.6
 
PREWITT, RANDI                                              
    Good Show!:  Girls' backyard production raises money for
        charity  8/17/95 p.29
 
PREZELL, LINDSEY                                            
    Prezell posts five wins at Rockford ASA National  8/17/95
        p.106
 
PRIMO PIZZA AND PASTA (RESTAURANT)                          
    Pizza restaurant gives slice to DARE  9/28/95 p.14
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    More people are using local homeless shelters (picture) 
        1/19/95 p.7
 
PUG'S BOXING GYM                                            
    Pug's Boxing Gym; Gary and Lisa Dobry, owners (picture) 
        5/11/95 p.111
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Quaker Oats sells pet foods division  2/9/95 p.9
    Heinz considers options with Quaker Oats land  4/13/95 p.13
 
RATHMANN, KIMBERLY J.                                       
    Sisters race for breathing room  8/24/95 p.110
 
RATHMANN, KRISTINA                                          
    Sisters race for breathing room  8/24/95 p.110
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Tougher enforcement eyed for developer's violations 
        8/17/95 p.11
 
RECYCLING (WASTES, ETC.)                                    
    Waste agency delays vote a second time  3/30/95 p.11
    Lake County ok's recycling facility  5/4/95 p.24
 
REESE, SUSAN                                                
    Interiors II, Susan Reese and Lee Youngstrom, owners 
        11/16/95 p.97
 
REYNOLDS, ELLEN                                             
    Home, smelly home (picture)  6/8/95 p.5
 
RICHTER, CHASE                                              
    Youngsters trip on WWI relic while touring out in the field
        6/8/95 p.9
 
RIDGEWAY ENTERPRISES, INC.                                  
    District 220 accepts land donation  2/9/95 p.6
    Founding father's land offer scheduled for public hearing 
        2/16/95 p.9
 
RIECK, HELEN                                                
    Couple clocking in at 55 years together (picture)  5/25/95
        p.29
 
RIECK, HENRY                                                
    Couple clocking in at 55 years together (picture)  5/25/95
        p.29
 
ROADS                                                       
    No green light for tripod intersection plan  1/12/95 p.14
    I-90 exit at Rte. 59 not village's concern  2/2/95 p.11
    Two options offered for route 53 toll plazas  2/2/95 p.104
    History in path of 53 [map]  3/9/95 p.10
    Inverness suggests splitting road plan into two phases
        [map]  3/9/95 p.18
    Yorkhouse Road plan drives opponents west  3/23/95 p.9
    Stoplight up at Penny Road-Route 59  4/6/95 p.6
    Lake County construction forecast calls for more Lake-Cook
        mess  4/6/95 p.14
    As spring arrives, so does road work [map]  4/20/95 p.20
    There's no detour from road projects [map]  4/20/95 p.21
    Builders considered Route 53 extension dead  5/18/95 p.28
    Barrington Hills considers Helm Road closure  5/25/95 p.5
    Area prepares for I-290 work  5/25/95 p.114
    Legislators ok bypass plans  6/1/95 p.5
    Road repavement funds rerouted for bridge repair  6/1/95
        p.11
    Road problems  6/1/95 p.14
    Temporary paramedic post sought  6/15/95 p.5
    Another study sought for Route 53  6/22/95 p.26
    Barrington Road closure set for July 10  7/6/95 p.6
    Tis the season:  Northwest suburban construction woes
        continue  7/13/95 p.7
    Barrington Road work on schedule  7/27/95 p.6
    Highway's adoptive cleaners sweep up 12 bags of trash 
        8/3/95 p.7
    Barrington Road reopens  8/10/95 p.6
    Helm Road speed limit lowered  8/31/95 p.6
    New addresses  9/28/95 p.16
    Bridge over the River Fox  10/5/95 p.7
    Village care of streets sought  11/16/95 p.14
    In survey, local leaders say traffic is top problem 
        11/30/95 p.11
    Main St. parking  11/30/95 p.13
    St. Anne School kids will lose play streets  12/14/95 p.8
    Road improvement plan scaled down  12/21/95 p.11
 
ROBERTS, ALAN                                               
    Beaubien critic, Roberts, announces  9/14/95 p.9
 
ROCHE, TIMOTHY                                              
    Drunken driver gets 4-year prison term  1/19/95 p.11
 
ROESER, JACK                                                
    Fox Point resident victorious in Chicago-to-Mackinac race 
        7/20/95 p.13
    Mackinac winner reflects on slow race  8/3/95 p.12
 
ROGERS, ANDREW                                              
    Youngsters trip on WWI relic while touring out in the field
        6/8/95 p.9
 
ROLLING MEADOWS, ILL.                                       
    Ku Klux Klan plans rallies  5/11/95 p.13
 
ROSE, R. TOWNLEY, JR.                                       
    Trustee helps nab alleged speeder  10/5/95 p.6
 
ROSE, WILLIAM                                               
    District 220 accepts land donation  2/9/95 p.6
    Founding father's land offer scheduled for public hearing 
        2/16/95 p.9
    Property plans:  planners give donation deal a thumbs down 
        3/16/95 p.7
    Rose's school site proposal defined  3/16/95 p.7
    Commissioners advise against school-site plan  7/6/95 p.9
    Village board ok's Rose rezoning plan  7/27/95 p.8
    School site deliberation expected  9/14/95 p.10
    School site ok'd  9/21/95 p.10
 
ROSEMONT CAVALIERS DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS                     
    Bugle boys (picture)  6/22/95 p.7
 
ROSEWOOD OF INVERNESS                                       
    Mayor delays veto on nursing home  2/16/95 p.11
    Trustees not concerned with Rosewood staffing  3/9/95 p.9
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Access road deal nearly falls through  2/23/95 p.17
    Tapestry talk:  history lesson becomes quite a project 
        6/8/95 p.131
 
ROST, NANCY BOLTON                                          
    Domestic violence issue raised  7/27/95 p.5
 
ROTH, ALICE                                                 
    Roth earns top Realtor honors from association (picture) 
        4/6/95 p.101
 
SALVI, AL                                                   
    Salvi to announce senate bid Friday  9/28/95 p.10
    Salvi joins U.S. Senate race  10/5/95 p.14
 
SALVI, MIKE                                                 
    Two candidates announce bids for District 51 seat  10/19/95
        p.8
 
SANITARY LANDFILLS                                          
    Landfill may generate power  3/16/95 p.6
    Mundhank Landfill opposition loses gas  6/8/95 p.11
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    Friends support Does to very end  4/27/95 p.5
 
SCHLEIFER, CARL                                             
    Schleifer legacy grows with donated oak trees  1/5/95 p.88
 
SCHLEIFER, LUCILE SEILER                                    
    Schleifer legacy grows with donated oak trees  1/5/95 p.88
 
SCHMIDT, SHARON                                             
    Cook Street Station; Sharon Schmidt, owner (picture) 
        2/23/95 p.85
 
SCHNEIDER, TIFFANY                                          
    Tribute to Tiffany [poem]  11/2/95 p.9
    Former BHS student remembered as a kind, personable, neat
        kid  11/2/95 p.9
    Baskets raise money for memorial  11/9/95 p.6
    Tiffany baskets no longer for sale  11/23/95 p.6
 
SCHUELER, ED                                                
    Decorated WWII veteran honored again (picture)  6/8/95 p.10
 
SCIFO, JENNIFER                                             
    Project scouting out World War II memories (picture) 
        6/1/95 p.10
 
SERGIO'S PIZZA (RESTAURANT)                                 
    Van crashes through restaurant window  5/11/95 p.12
 
SHAH, AAKASH                                                
    Kubik, Shah battle to finish  6/1/95 p.127
 
SHOTKOSKI, DAVID                                            
    Broncos' "Shot" gunned down (picture)  3/30/95 p.5
    Let's play ball:  "Shot" jumped at Braves replacement offer
        (picture)  3/30/95 p.120
    Street dedication honors "Shot", former Broncos baseball
        player  9/28/95 p.7
 
SHOTKOSKI, FELICIA                                          
    Shotkoski's widow asks for respect  4/6/95 p.127
 
SIEGLE'S                                                    
    Village retail anchor, Siegle's, announces year-end closing
        10/12/95 p.8
 
SILETS, ELAINE                                              
    Train Lady chugs to dreamy stops  12/7/95 p.7
 
SKIBA, KENNETH                                              
    Chamber of Commerce officers installed  2/16/95 p.97
 
SKINNER, CAL, JR.                                           
    Skinner faces March primary battle  12/21/95 p.24
 
SMILEY, AMANDA                                              
    Smiley is having fun in the water again  11/9/95 p.123
 
SMITH, BRADY                                                
    Smith tackles by the sack-full  12/28/95 p.87
 
SMITH, NICOLE                                               
    Correction to honor roll list on 3/2/95  3/16/95 p.6
 
SNELTON, STEVEN                                             
    Man proposes to pump up park  9/14/95 p.20
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF HUMAN DIGNITY               
    Pregnancy center picks new director  8/10/95 p.12
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    Waste agency delays vote a second time  3/30/95 p.11
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    South Barrington Park election set  2/2/95 p.6
    South Barrington park candidates focus on tennis club
        expansion  3/9/95 p.18
    New costs won't bust park district budget  8/10/95 p.7
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Village decision due on Midlands  1/12/95 p.5
    Midlands issue ballot bound  1/19/95 p.5
    Citizens group readies legal action  1/19/95 p.14
    Higgins corridor ok'd for sewers  2/2/95 p.5
    South Barrington bond issue in limbo  2/2/95 p.10
    Motorola considers South Barrington site  2/2/95 p.14
    District 220 accepts land donation  2/9/95 p.6
    Midlands owners offer village another option  2/9/95 p.8
    Founding father's land offer scheduled for public hearing 
        2/16/95 p.9
    Village, property owner continue to swap offers  2/16/95
        p.16
    South Barrington, Union Pacific running out of
        counterproposals  2/23/95 p.5
    Midlands property negotiations falter  3/9/95 p.5
    New subdivision proposed  3/16/95 p.6
    Property plans:  planners give donation deal a thumbs down 
        3/16/95 p.7
    Rose's school site proposal defined  3/16/95 p.7
    Raccoon population suffering outbreak of canine distemper 
        3/16/95 p.17
    Candidates call for commercial growth  3/23/95 p.10
    South Barrington police become campaign issue  3/23/95 p.11
    South Barrington candidates seek Hoffman Estates pact 
        3/23/95 p.11
    Developer buys pumpkin patch  3/30/95 p.7
    Concerned Citizens sweep trustee seats  4/6/95 p.9
    Pierce picked for park board  4/6/95 p.9
    Cellular One may call back  4/13/95 p.6
    Growing pains hit DARE (picture)  4/13/95 p.119
    Motorola-Allstate deal in village's hands  4/20/95 p.6
    Police crack down on underage drinking party  4/27/95 p.16
    BFI landfill plan draws attention from neighbors  4/27/95
        p.16
    Engineering contract ok'd for sewer project  5/4/95 p.14
    Correction to figure given for excavation contract on
        5/4/95  5/11/95 p.6
    Officials try to ease fears of gas operation  5/11/95 p.23
    Panel has hang-ups with Motorola  5/25/95 p.6
    Board ok's two-thirds of sewer plan contracts  5/25/95 p.12
    Pumpkin platted  5/25/95 p.12
    QUADCOM costs  5/25/95 p.12
    Mundhank Landfill opposition loses gas  6/8/95 p.11
    Midlands trial reaches midway point  6/15/95 p.10
    Planner's testimony is key to South Barrrington's fate 
        6/29/95 p.9
    Village's land uses put on trial  7/6/95 p.7
    Commissioners advise against school-site plan  7/6/95 p.9
    Midlands trial reduced to brief arguments  7/13/95 p.10
    Cell One rings up panel's endorsement  7/20/95 p.6
    Village board ok's Rose rezoning plan  7/27/95 p.8
    South Barrington commission sounds call for new member 
        7/27/95 p.11
    South Barrington trustees give approval to BFI plan 
        7/27/95 p.24
    Midlands ruling due from judge Aug. 11  8/3/95 p.5
    Last punch is thrown in Midlands case  8/10/95 p.5
    Ethics law debate stirs split on village board  8/17/95 p.16
    Antennae ok'd  8/17/95 p.22
    Sewer route set  8/17/95 p.22
    Judge delays decision on Midlands case again  8/24/95 p.9
    Closed meeting cancelled after legal advice profered 
        9/7/95 p.11
    Midlands decision delayed again  9/7/95 p.11
    School site deliberation expected  9/14/95 p.10
    Midlands ruling delayed third time  9/21/95 p.5
    School site ok'd  9/21/95 p.10
    Village board approves budget  9/28/95 p.6
    Midlands decision moved back - again  10/12/95 p.6
    Village's master plan under review  10/12/95 p.7
    South Barrington sewer project is delayed by about one year
        10/26/95 p.9
    Panel passes pumpkin plat  11/2/95 p.123
    South Barrington tax to fund added cops  11/30/95 p.12
    Decision delayed again  11/30/95 p.13
    Judge says Midlands can move  12/7/95 p.5
    Midlands appeal vote due tonight  12/14/95 p.13
    Village board decides to appeal Midlands case  12/21/95 p.8
 
SPARKS, MICHAEL                                             
    Barrington Hills estate to be sold at auction  10/26/95 p.11
    Barrington Hills estate auctioned for $4 million  11/9/95
        p.9
 
SPENCER, KEN                                                
    Plane crash leads to widow's lawsuit  1/5/95 p.11
 
SPENCER, ROBERTA                                            
    Plane crash leads to widow's lawsuit  1/5/95 p.11
 
SPICER, MEGAN                                               
    Motivation carried Spicer to medal  6/15/95 p.129
 
ST. ANDREWS ACRES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                        
    Barrington Hills buying property  3/30/95 p.6
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    St. Anne Church seeks road closures  6/22/95 p.10
    Child playing with matches starts fire at parish center 
        11/9/95 p.10
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Liability concerns raised about use of play streets  9/7/95
        p.9
    Street-closure plan unsettling for board  10/19/95 p.11
    St. Anne School kids will lose play streets  12/14/95 p.8
    A reservation with jolly ol' Saint Nick  12/14/95 p.125
    Grinch hits St. Anne; robs money for charity  12/21/95 p.5
 
STARLETS (ICE SKATING CLUB)                                 
    Local skaters place 8th at international competition 
        1/12/95 p.109
    Starlets skate to first sectional title  3/2/95 p.134
    Starlets skate to first national championship  4/13/95 p.126
 
STARNET, INC.                                               
    Starnet, Inc.; Russ Intravartolo, owner  10/26/95 p.89
 
STEPHENSON, RICHARD                                         
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  8/24/95 p.85
 
STOUTENBURG, KAREN                                          
    Pre-teen queen:  local 11-year old to compete nationally 
        11/30/95 p.33
    Correction to story on November 30th  12/7/95 p.6
 
SUBURBS                                                     
    In survey, local leaders say traffic is top problem 
        11/30/95 p.11
 
SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME                                
    Infant dies while in babysitter's care  2/9/95 p.9
 
SUMMERVILLE, JEANIE                                         
    Midwives trend born-again  9/14/95 p.93
 
SUYDAM, SAVANNA                                             
    Happy birthday to them  10/5/95 p.7
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Legislators:  tax cap is what the people wanted  2/2/95 p.10
    Tax collection snafu increases tax bills  11/23/95 p.5
 
TAXATION -- BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                       
    Assessment  8/31/95 p.E1
 
TAXATION -- BARRINGTON, ILL.                                
    BETA back to battle school tax inequities  1/5/95 p.5
    District 220 reviews referendum options  1/12/95 p.5
    School bond referendum split into two questions  1/19/95 p.5
    School vote placed on hold  1/26/95 p.5
    Municipal facilities bond issue:  $8.7 million  8/31/95 p.7
    School District overhaul:  bond vote calls for upgrades,
        new schools  8/31/95 p.5
    Correction to story on November 30th  12/7/95 p.6
    Park board ok's bonds  12/14/95 p.5
    Levy can't keep village out of red  12/21/95 p.11
    Levy approved  12/21/95 p.16
 
TAXATION -- COOK COUNTY, ILL.                               
    2-year delinquent tax list  6/29/95 p.112
    New Cook tax law to be challenging  7/20/95 p.11
 
TAXATION -- CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                             
    Government cooperation stretches tax dollars  8/10/95 p.9
    Deliquent tax rolls  11/16/95 p.114
    Assessment roll  12/7/95 p.101
 
TAXATION -- ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                              
    Ela Township assessment roll corrections  3/16/95 p.99
    Assessment roll  12/28/95 p.E1
 
TEAM ILLINOIS (HOCKEY CLUB)                                 
    Local skaters help claim international title  2/16/95 p.119
 
TERRESTRIS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                              
    Court rules against Hoffman Estates  3/2/95 p.10
 
THOMAS, DORSEY S.                                           
    Postal worker charged with targeting friends  8/31/95 p.24
    Shooting suspect's mental state investigated  9/7/95 p.14
 
THOMAS, ELIZABETH                                           
    Happy birthday to them  10/5/95 p.7
 
THOMAS, MARIE                                               
    No doubting Thomas best with books (picture)  3/23/95 p.7
 
THOMPSON, ART                                               
    Duchossois offers old horses shelter  1/26/95 p.8
 
TIMBER CREEK (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    North Barrington annexation sought  5/25/95 p.6
    Village annexes 27 lots in Timber Creek area  8/31/95 p.14
 
TISDALE, CRAIG                                              
    Angels to animals:  rescue service heals neglected animals,
        finds them a family (picture)  1/5/95 p.16
 
TOWER LAKES WATER COMPANY                                   
    Tower Lakes ordinances ok water line purchases  1/19/95 p.8
    Water company purchased in Tower Lakes  2/2/95 p.16
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes village president decides not to seek
        re-election  1/5/95 p.9
    Village Hall given heave-ho (picture)  1/12/95 p.7
    Tower Lakes ordinances ok water line purchases  1/19/95 p.8
    Village considers its first park site  2/2/95 p.14
    Water company purchased in Tower Lakes  2/2/95 p.16
    Tower Lakes seeks new police chief  2/23/95 p.5
    Village considers grant request  2/23/95 p.16
    Tower Lakes named Tree City  3/9/95 p.6
    Tower Lakes ok's $200,000 park plan  3/23/95 p.5
    New Tower Lakes police chief named  3/23/95 p.8
    Matching funds available for Tower Lakes park grant 
        3/30/95 p.11
    Commission recommends annexation  4/6/95 p.6
    Tower Lakes trustee turnover to continue  4/6/95 p.10
    Bike bridge nixed  4/27/95 p.30
    New trustee  4/27/95 p.30
    Board ok's law for home businesses  5/18/95 p.12
    Park plans pushing petitioners to object  5/25/95 p.11
    Water system meeting on tap 6/1/95 p.6
    Scope of water plan fixes causes residents to gulp  6/8/95
        p.8
    Solution towers over village's water problems  8/17/95 p.10
    Village to publish stickerless drivers  8/24/95 p.6
    Cost estimates tallied for fixes to water system  8/24/95
        p.10
    Main event [water system upgrade]  11/9/95 p.5
    Water storage site picked  11/16/95 p.9
    [zoning] variation denied  11/30/95 p.16
    Water tower  11/30/95 p.16
    Police sponsor youth outing  12/21/95 p.6
    Pipe leak prompts village boil order  12/21/95 p.10
 
TRACKS HOBBIES                                              
    Tracks Hobbies, Steve Cannon, owner  9/28/95 p.85
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Rail task force considers adding north-south route  4/13/95
        p.27
    Depot work  9/21/95 p.13
    Sound off unlikely ar rail crossings  9/28/95 p.11
    Opposition softens for latest EJ&E plan  10/5/95 p.9
    Officials to test signals at 154 intersections  11/2/95 p.7
    Signal tweaked at Eastern & Route 14  11/9/95 p.7
    Investigators at odds over signal problem  11/9/95 p.16
 
TRAXLER, GERRY                                              
    Dynamic group gives songs a golden touch (picture)  1/19/95
        p.B11
 
TRUDGEON, MARK G.                                           
    Man sentenced for indecent exposure  1/19/95 p.6
 
TRUJILLO, PEDRO GARCIA                                      
    Man flees from scene of accident (picture)  5/11/95 p.5
 
TUGGLE, BEN                                                 
    Federal supervisor still game despite government shut down 
        11/16/95 p.8
 
12 OAKS AT BARRINGTON HILLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)              
    Troubled subdivision plan gains support  9/28/95 p.7
 
UIOTH, ELIZABETH                                            
    Arts of Native America; Elizabeth Uioth, owner  7/6/95 p.73
 
UNION PACIFIC REALTY COMPANY                                
    South Barrington, Union Pacific running out of
        counterproposals  2/23/95 p.5
 
UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE                     
    Federal supervisor still game despite government shut down 
        11/16/95 p.8
 
UPLAND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                       
    Midlands trial reaches midway point  6/15/95 p.10
 
VEGA, SHEILA                                                
    North Barrington trustee resigning  7/6/95 p.8
 
VORLOP, FREDERIC                                            
    Board vote tonight could decide Vorlop's fate  11/30/95 p.5
    School board gives Vorlop three-year job extension  12/7/95
        p.9
 
WAGNER FEN (WETLANDS)                                       
    Wagner Fen get state protection  5/18/95 p.6
 
WAGNER, ARLEEN                                              
    Rodeo foes protest dismissal of charges, threaten civil
        action  8/24/95 p.14
 
WALLNER OLDSMOBILE                                          
    Car dealership granted special use permit  2/16/95 p.18
 
WAMBACH, JAMES                                              
    Wambach travels scenic route to Sox camp  3/30/95 p.121
 
WAMBERG, TOM                                                
    "Race car" making a parade pit stop  6/29/95 p.7
 
WANE, EDWIN KEITH                                           
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Suspect dies  5/4/95 p.7
    Wane's [sic] visits old haunts before his death  5/11/95 p.5
    Correction to spelling of name on 5/4/95  5/11/95 p.6
 
WASRD, LEVERN                                               
    Couple charged with triple murder 11/23/95 p.8
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Home, smelly home (picture)  6/8/95 p.5
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Higgins corridor ok'd for sewers  2/2/95 p.5
    Scope of water plan fixes causes residents to gulp  6/8/95
        p.8
    Solution towers over village's water problems  8/17/95 p.10
    Cost estimates tallied for fixes to water system  8/24/95
        p.10
    Pipe leak prompts village boil order  12/21/95 p.10
 
WATER, MITCH                                                
    World War II veterans banquet set  8/3/95 p.6
 
WAUCONDA RODEO                                              
    Protests prod police spurring three arrests  7/13/95 p.9
    Charge dropped against one rodeo demonstrator  7/27/95 p.10
    Rodeo foes protest dismissal of charges, threaten civil
        action  8/24/95 p.14
 
WAYNE, EDWIN KEITH                                          
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Suspect dies  5/4/95 p.7
    Euske murder an open-and-shut case  5/11/95 p.5
    Wane's [sic] visits old haunts before his death  5/11/95 p.5
    Correction to spelling of name on 5/4/95  5/11/95 p.6
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Searing heat knocks out Barrington area power  7/20/95 p.14
    Heat wave triggers plan for emergency response  7/27/95 p.12
    Heat may be responsible for 90-year-olds death  8/3/95 p.5
    Mosquito blitzkrieg follows wet weather  9/14/95 p.7
 
WEINERT, PETER                                              
    Buoyant builder:  floating through history with miniature
        ships (picture)  2/9/95 p.21
 
WENDT, RAY                                                  
    Firefighters hang up hoses after more than two decades
        (picture)  5/11/95 p.16
 
WESTIES (BOOK)                                              
    Book portrayed as blueprint for murder  2/16/95 p.7
 
WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)                                      
    Prizes are awarded by Whetstone editors  1/26/95 p.38
 
WHITE, HOOPER                                               
    White to receive award for lifetime achievement  2/2/95 p.33
 
WHITE, LAURA                                                
    Local women help keep "Wizard" on ice  9/21/95 p.B1
 
WHITLEY, DOUG                                               
    Ameritech head likes his calls  8/10/95 p.89
 
WICKSTROM, TIM                                              
    Chamber of Commerce officers installed  2/16/95 p.97
 
WILLIAMS, JAQCUELINE A.                                     
    Couple charged with triple murder 11/23/95 p.8
 
WILLIAMS, MATTHEW                                           
    Youth receives sentence in alcohol case  12/28/95 p.6
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    BHS graduation set for Willow Creek  2/2/95 p.6
    Offering made to Oklahoma City  6/15/95 p.31
 
WILSON, DAN                                                 
    Wilson, Hundley know they'll be back (picture)  3/30/95
        p.121
 
WONDER, STEVIE                                              
    Local Realtors wonder where Stevie will choose to reside 
        8/17/95 p.5
 
WORLD BIRD SANCTUARY                                        
    Bird's-eye view:  OWL pays visit to area classrooms
        (picture)  3/16/95 p.124
 
WORLD OF EDUCATION                                          
    Weaving culture into curriculum (picture)  5/25/95 p.101
 
WORLD WAR II 50TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION COMMITTEE       
    World War II veterans eye 50th anniversary  5/4/95 p.16
    Commemoration activities set for 50th anniversary  5/11/95
        p.11
    Project scouting out World War II memories (picture) 
        6/1/95 p.10
    World War II KIAs to receive tribute  6/29/95 p.8
    World War II veterans banquet set  8/3/95 p.6
    Watercolor painting used as memorial fund-raiser  8/24/95
        p.8
    Realtor recalls code-cracking detail in WWII  9/7/95 p.12
    Tour of duty ends at Prairie Campus  11/16/95 p.117
 
YANKEE DOODLE INN                                           
    Murder suspect caught [map]  5/4/95 p.7
    Tavern patron robbed at gunpoint  5/18/95 p.29
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    Year in review  12/28/95 p.10
    Top ten stories  12/28/95 p.8
 
YEGGY, GERRY                                                
    Administrator's contract ok'd  11/23/95 p.5
 
YENGLIN, DAVE                                               
    Wallet with $184 returned to owner  4/13/95 p.6
 
YOUNG WRITERS CONTEST                                       
    Young Writers Contest  7/13/95 p.114
    Young Writers Contest  7/20/95 p.113
    Young Writers Contest  7/27/95 p.111
    Young Writers Contest  8/3/95 p.109
    Young Writers Contest  8/10/95 p.107
    Young Writers Contest  8/17/95 p.101
    Young Writers Contest  8/24/95 p.105
    Young Writers Contest  8/31/95 p.97
    Young Writers Contest  9/7/95 p.119
    Young Writers Contest  9/14/95 p.110
    Young Writers Contest  9/28/95 p.100
 
YOUNGSTROM, LEE                                             
    Interiors II, Susan Reese and Lee Youngstrom, owners 
        11/16/95 p.97
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Aerosol spray tagged as latest teen high  6/1/95 p.9
 
YVETTE'S ESPRESSO BAR (RESTAURANT)                          
    Yvette's is forced into name change  3/23/95 p.5
 
ZONING                                                      
    ZBA chairman fends off reappointment in disgust  3/30/95 p.7
    Homeowners seeking new zoning restrictions  6/1/95 p.11
 
ZYDLO, STANLEY                                              
    Local doctor offers insights to writers at NBC series "ER"
        (picture)  1/12/95 p.94

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