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Results are listed in alphabetical order. Times listed indicate when runners crossed the finish line, not their elapsed time. The timing chip is not activated until the runners reach the starting line. Some hometowns were not available. Information...
State Finals At North Central College, Naperville Fri., Nov. 7 quarterfinals Rockford Guilford 3, Warren 0 Wheaton Warrenville South 2, Evanston 0 Neuqua Valley 3, Moline 0 Brother Rice 1, Sandburg 0 Sat., Nov. 8 semifinals Rockford Guilford 1,...
Tribune staff reporterRespect for those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks and concern for the living will go hand in hand at Naper Settlement in Naperville and elsewhere this weekend. The historic settlement will hold its Old Fashioned Circus celebration as scheduled...
Special to the TribuneThe notion of eccentric spinster sisters living in worlds of their own creation occupies an honored place in literature, running from the tragic (the Brontes) to the grotesque (Shirley Jackson's duo in "We Have Always Lived in the Castle") to the farcical...
Tags: Edward Gorey
The 2002 Class AA state softball finals are June 7-8 at EastSide Centre in East Peoria. The Friday, June 7 quarterfinals are at 10 a.m., noon, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. On Saturday, June 8, the semifinals are at 10 a.m. and noon, the third-place game is at 4:30...
Tags: Downers Grove, Roman Catholicism, Nazareth, Chicago, Ridgewood
The State Finals at EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 7 Belleville West 7, Lane 0 Lincoln-Way East 5, Freeport 3, 9 innings Normal Community 1, Fremd 0 Sandburg 1, Oak Park-River Forest 0 Sat., June 8 Lincoln-Way East 3, Belleville West 2 Normal...
Sun Foreign StaffEVIAN, France - As world leaders began to gather for an economic summit that many hoped would heal the diplomatic wounds caused by the war in Iraq, French President Jacques Chirac offered a crooked smile and the briefest of handshakes as he met with...
Tags: Arts, Silvio Berlusconi, Iran, G8, Government
Associated PressCAIRO, Egypt - The Al-Jazeera satellite channel broadcast an audiotape yesterday purportedly by al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, in which he urged Muslims to continue fighting a holy war in Iraq and the Middle East rather than cooperate with peace...
Tags: Al-Qaeda, Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden, Islam, Civil Unrest
The top five teams and the top five runners who are not members of those teams advance to sectionals. CLASS AA REGIONALS ARGO REGIONAL At Bull Frog Lake, Willow Springs, 3 miles Final team standings: 1, Lyons 25. 2, Riverside-Brookfield 82. 3,...
Tags: Oregon, Roman Catholicism, Sandwiches, Nazareth, Christianity
The top five teams and the top five runners who are not members of those teams advance to sectionals. CLASS AA REGIONALS BREMEN REGIONAL At Meadows Forest Preserve, Midlothian (3 miles) Top five teams: 1, Brother Rice 33. 2, Marist 78. 3, Oak Lawn 83....
From Wire ReportsGENEVA - Citing a sudden ebb in the SARS epidemic in Toronto, the World Health Organization lifted yesterday its week-old advisory urging people to delay unnecessary travel to the city because of the highly infectious respiratory illness. But in Asia,...
Tags: Wen Jiabao, Jean Chretien, Health, China, Travel
Special to the TribuneMidwest skiers know a good thing when they see it. The region's resorts have recorded increased skier visits for four years in a row, and last winter saw 16.5 percent more skiers and snowboarders on their slopes (according to the National Ski Areas...
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