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There's nothing like a weedy, littered-filled lot or a vacant building to bring down a neighborhood. That is, until a community comes together and finds a creative use for the space, holding its place until a more permanent solution comes along. The idea...
Fifteen outstanding women have been nominated by their communities to be honored at the Spirit of Dakota's 26th Anniversary Celebration and Award Banquet. They are Dr. Connie Allen, Springfield; Prudy Calvin, Watertown; Darcie Decker, Rapid City; Caroline...
Tags: Fine Artists, Watertown, Arts and Culture, Arts, Poetry
HIGHMORE - Bruce Roseland runs cattle here in the heart of the South Dakota grasslands, in the same place where his great-grandfather ranched more than a hundred years ago. But today, when he looks out his kitchen window, the prairie that once reached...
Tags: Conservation, Washington, DC, Wetlands, Ecosystems, Wildflowers
A 22-year-old Roseland man was shot and killed Tuesday night while standing with a group of people on a South Side street, according to Chicago police. The victim was with about four or five other people in the 8700 block of South Marquette Avenue when a...
Tags: South Chicago
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - When Daniel McCune graduated from college three years ago, he was optimistic his good grades would earn him a job as an intelligence analyst with the government. With a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University in...
WSBT-TVThe family of a South Bend toddler is calling for justice, after the little girl died a month after nearly drowning at her former foster family's home. 23-month old Skyler Bullocks died early Saturday morning just after 7 a.m. after suffering severe...
In 1974, when Benjamin Malone taught fourth grade at James R. Doolittle Jr. Elementary on Chicago's South Side, he was my first male teacher and my first real crush. Mr. Malone (which is how I still refer to him) was tall and dark and handsome and wore...
When Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis led her members out on strike this week, she said real school would be closed. "Negotiations have been intense but productive," she said. "However, we have failed to reach an agreement that will prevent a...
I have a “thing” for rocks. They're interesting to find, to collect, and to observe. It matters not if they are big or small; round or flat; black, brown, tan or multicolored. Rocks are interesting to me. And I am not the only person who feels this way....
Tags: Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Poetry, Artists
Tribune reporterTwo people sustained non-life-threatening gunshot wounds in a shooting on the Bishop Ford Freeway early Saturday morning, according to Illinois State Police. They were taken to Roseland Hospital by someone else, police said.They were shot about 2:40 a.m....
A 13-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the leg in the West Pullman neighborhood on the Far South Side after finding a gun this morning. The boy found a handgun this morning in the 12200 block of South State Street and accidentally shot himself in...
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals' Safe Drinking Water Program today issued its most comprehensive water system boil advisory list following Hurricane Isaac. Major storm events like Hurricane Isaac that cause power outages can result in...
Sep 27, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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