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Len Lichvar should be mindful of what he has wished for. For many years, I have listened to and watched as you and other like- minded groups and individuals have opposed much in our area and state. It seems that much of what provides fuel to the...
Tags: Business, Boats, Conservation, Finance, Mark Twain
Will you be a hero to a child who needs one? To the editor: How do you contribute? How many of you make a conscious effort each day to make a positive contribution to our society? How many go out of your way to show kindness to and concern for the...
In the weeks since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued 2 proposed regulations to implement the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FMSA), the agency has reported 10 food recall notices, 8 of them for undeclared ingredients and two for...
Here's a question for you: Is there a single example of consumer prices going down and market competition increasing after deregulation of a U.S. industry? I'm serious. The phone industry? The cable industry? Regulatory oversight for both was eased...
WASHINGTON (AP) — This is what "Forward" looks like. Fast forward, even. President Barack Obama's campaign slogan is springing to life in a surge of executive directives and agency rule-making that touch many of the affairs of government. They are...
Special to the TribuneWarrenville officials are calling on Naperville Community Unit School District 203 to end an 8-year-old lawsuit against the city, schools and other governmenet bodies, saying it has cost taxpayers too much money. The Warrenville City Council voted...
Tags: Naperville, Litigation, Wheaton, Justice System, Laws
Turn around was fair play, indeed, in this rivalry game between Edison High and Fountain Valley. When the teams met in the opening round of the Sunset League boys' basketball race, Fountain Valley scored the final 13 points of the Jan. 16 game to pull...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Basketball, Students, Sports
REDFIELD — Redfield-Doland survived a four-point third quarter and outlasted Warner to grab a 50-47 double overtime victory in non-conference boys’ basketball action Tuesday night. Redfield-Doland led by five at the half, but then fell...
Tags: Basketball, Sports
Staff WriterA decade of litigation and appeals in the Quantification Settlement Agreement coordinated cases may enter a new chapter soon, one of cooperation and teamwork. The Imperial Irrigation District is seeking a stay of Sacramento Superior Court Judge Lloyd...
Tags: Litigation, Trials, Renovation
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — From tradition to talent to depth, there's no comparing the basketball programs at Virginia Tech and North Carolina. But for two-plus hours Saturday afternoon, the Hokies and Tar Heels looked as similar as John and Jim Harbaugh....
PolitiCalLooking at possibly tightening the state’s gun and ammunition laws, California lawmakers will hold a special hearing in Sacramento next week to review the state’s firearms policies and its history of gun violence....
L.A. NOWAt least eight California school districts have misappropriated millions in funding intended to pay for meals for low-income students — the biggest culprit being the Los Angeles Unified School District, according to a state Senate watchdog group....
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