ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Parents, bus company agree to settle lawsuit  1/8/04 p.8
    Go-to officer killed in snowmobile crash  2/5/04 p.8
    Man escapes rollover with scrapes  4/1/04 p.5
    Passenger hurt when car flips  4/8/04 p.11
    Recent crash victims have been lucky to walk away  4/22/04
        p.10
    Three killed in crashes  6/10/04 p.12
    Medical problem may have played role in fatal crash 
        7/15/04 p.8
    Woman drowns after suffering aneurysm  7/22/04 p.14
    Fatal crash remains under investigation  8/12/04 p.12
 
AEROTEC LLC                                                 
    Graham gets 21 months, $5,000 fine for mail fraud  7/1/04
        p.10
 
AGED                                                        
    Seniors avoiding drug-discount maze  6/10/04 p.7
    Discount cards may prove costly  6/10/04 p.7
 
ALBERTS, GENE ANN                                           
    Gene Ann's; Gene Ann Alberts, owner  10/28/04 p.111
 
ALD (DISEASE)                                               
    Boy, 8, battles rare nerve disease  1/29/04 p.11
 
ALDEN FOUNDATION                                            
    Panel approves senior housing plan  4/1/04 p.5
 
ALEXIAN BROTHERS HEALTH SYSTEM FOUNDATION                   
    Moser leading Power to Heal  12/2/04 p.12
 
ALGONQUIN TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                    
    Pulling out all the stops  12/2/04 p.11
 
ALS (DISEASE)                                               
    Baseball team helping fight ALS  4/29/04 p.8
 
ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS                                        
    Getting a second chance  2/12/04 p.7
 
AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS                      
    Injured hockey player's parents seek damages  7/15/04 p.9
 
AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                                    
    Veterans create flag drop box  7/1/04 p.6
    Post 158 puts in pitch for playoffs  7/1/04 p.124
    Post 158 advances to District 10 final four  7/22/04 p.123
    Post 158 maintains momentum  7/29/04 p.117
    Scary injury puts Barrington loss in perspective  8/5/04
        p.131
    One of a kind  8/12/04 p.123
    Research reveals 32 locals died in Civil War  11/18/04 p.5
 
ANDERSON, ANDRE                                             
    Record turnout for reigning MSL champ  3/25/04 p.120
    County title gives Broncos confidence  5/13/04 p.129
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Sheriff's K-9 dog dies  7/8/04 p.19
    Witness now, the sport of kings  9/23/04 p.95
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Village trying to get accurate deer count  3/25/04 p.14
    Animal will power  4/15/04 p.91
    Residents fighting horse slaughtering  5/27/04 p.14
    Be trained to rescue animals  6/10/04 p.6
    Animal lover keeps herd happy  6/24/04 p.7
    Epona's Hand; Carol Bieniek, owner  7/22/04 p.109
    Changing medicine  9/16/04 p.99
    Wynstone gets ok to bow hunt deer  11/25/04 p.9
    Thinning deer heard fuels emotions  12/2/04 p.5
    Trustees fighting for deer  12/9/04 p.5
    Steps to avoid coyote trouble  12/23/04 p.90
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Deer Park fighting Palatine plan to construct strip mall 
        4/1/04 p.10
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Career center celebrates its first decade  8/19/04 p.6
    Church group celebrating 135 years  9/9/04 p.6
    Couple [Zarosi] marks 50 years  9/30/04 p.95
    Couple [Maurais] celebrates 60 years  10/7/04 p.105
 
ARIOLA, NOREEN                                              
    Move forces Ariola from South Barrington board  12/2/04 p.8
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Building on strength  5/13/04 p.7
 
ARMSTRONG, JOHN                                             
    District 220 teachers honored  11/4/04 p.6
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Student bodies  2/5/04 p.23
    Kindergartners have chance to learn second language 
        5/20/04 p.10
    Some parents concerned how program will impact school 
        5/20/04 p.10
    Math made simple  11/18/04 p.27
 
ASCHENBRENNER, JOSEPH                                       
    Sight for Swaziland  1/8/04 p.11
 
AUCHTER, EDITH                                              
    Auchter honored for community service  5/20/04 p.6
 
AUSSIE PET MOBILE                                           
    Aussie Pet Mobile; Tim & Sarah Hermeling, owners  12/2/04
        p.107
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    War poems appear after 30 years  1/8/04 p.B6
 
BABITSKY, ALEX                                              
    North Star Jewelry; Vladimir Shifrin and Alex Babitsky,
        owners  10/7/04 p.111
 
BAID, KONRAD                                                
    Man escapes rollover with scrapes  4/1/04 p.5
 
BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                 
    Prairie coming back to life  8/26/04 p.7
 
BARANOWSKI, KAREN                                           
    Cancer survivor forms team of walkers to raise awareness 
        10/14/04 p.26
 
BARBARA B. ROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                           
    Family science  2/12/04 p.23
    Rose kids putting mark on auction  3/4/04 p.25
 
BARBARA B. ROSE SCHOOL                                      
    Nothing like a good story  10/28/04 p.27
 
BARCROFT, VICTOR                                            
    Suit targets TIF district  9/23/04 p.14
 
BARN OF BARRINGTON (RESTAURANT)                             
    Barn's beauty stuns new owners  12/9/04 p.113
 
BARRINGTON  AREA ARTS COUNCIL                               
    Art project bridges generation gap  3/25/04 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    BAAC moves to new location  3/4/04 p.6
    BAAC celebrating 25 years of honoring young writers 
        5/13/04 p.10
    BAAC awards scholarship  9/2/04 p.91
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Partners in progress  1/29/04 p.7
    Chamber presenting community expo  8/26/04 p.6
    Business, buyers coming together  9/9/04 p.10
    Chamber hosting first taste'fest  10/21/04 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                        
    Foundation to award $30,000  2/19/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG elects new officers  7/1/04 p.6
    Barrington, Cuba townships joining BACOG  8/5/04 p.7
    Townships officially join BACOG  8/26/04 p.6
    Towns unsure how to meet housing law  9/23/04 p.7
    Area leaders will discuss combating teen drug use  12/2/04
        p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Seventh BACOA garden walk set  6/10/04 p.10
    BACOA relocating to The Garlands  7/15/04 p.6
    Council on aging finally has own home  8/5/04 p.11
    BACOA will get $50,000 if it can raise same amount  9/2/04
        p.29
    Local company is lending seniors a helping hand  11/4/04
        p.103
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Heart center needs donors to secure grant  10/14/04 p.30
    Nonprofit groups invited to submit holiday wish list 
        11/18/04 p.14
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Judge continues hearing on Jewel Tea building  1/8/04 p.9
    Heating and beating are blacksmith's skills  11/11/04 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Cultural crafts  1/22/04 p.8
    Good PR  2/12/04 p.102
    Library has eye on Pepper land  5/13/04 p.11
    Help plant Children's Garden  5/27/04 p.6
    Library officials want input on expansion  5/27/04 p.6
    Garden varieties  6/24/04 p.B4
    When overdue notices aren't enough  7/8/04 p.11
    Barrington library earns national honor  7/29/04 p.6
    Treasurer's annual report  8/19/04 p.C24
    Library asking residents for money to add space  8/26/04 p.8
    Library can't expand without adding funds  10/14/04 p.5
    Rejection of library expansion a surprise  11/4/04 p.9
    Village gains land chunk coveted by library  12/9/04 p.5
    Sax appeal  12/9/04 p.B3
    Library tackling space concerns  12/16/04 p.6
    Library gets weed and feed grant  12/23/04 p.6
    Pepper not interested in selling library land  12/30/04 p.14
 
BARRINGTON AREA PROFESSIONAL WOMEN                          
    Woman of the Year  1/29/04 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    Caring capacity attracts new United Way director  4/1/04 p.9
    United Way helps BYS  10/14/04 p.13
    Area United Way seeking record fund-raising goal  10/21/04
        p.10
 
BARRINGTON BANK & TRUST                                     
    Bank:  Expansion will help downtown  2/5/04 p.7
    Panel reviewing BroncoJack's plan  4/22/04 p.8
    Bank can't raze home to create parking lot  6/3/04 p.9
    Bank expansion earns village board's blessing  7/22/04 p.10
    Bank showing support for troops  8/5/04 p.6
    Bank getting drive-through  9/16/04 p.14
    Making room for the bank  10/21/04 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Australian adventure  3/4/04 p.85
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Baseball team helping fight ALS  4/29/04 p.8
    Marshall draws notice with win in title game  5/27/04 p.122
    Regional tale extends two days  6/3/04 p.115
    Hit playoff show comes to close  6/10/04 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Tomlinson belonged to Golden Age of Broncos basketball 
        1/29/04 p.101
    Short and bittersweet  1/29/04 p.101
    Stick it to 'em  3/11/04 p.121
    Sobszewski gives basketball team scouting punch  7/1/04
        p.124
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (DIVING CLUB)                            
    Board silly  3/4/04 p.105
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Barrington  9/2/04 p.115
    Cougars make sure Broncos share  10/28/04 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Swimmers put wraps on perfect West season  2/5/04 p.105
    Matt's the man  2/19/04 p.105
    Vikings end Broncos' reign of West swimming  12/23/04 p.106
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Netters regain conference crown  5/20/04 p.123
    Tennis team returns to sectional glory of old  5/27/04 p.121
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Track teams smash records  4/22/04 p.125
    County title gives Broncos confidence  5/13/04 p.129
    Reed ready to lead Bronco herd to State  5/27/04 p.123
    Medals galore fill Broncos' suitcases following State 
        6/3/04 p.117
    Laugual gives teammates big life at Lakewood  10/28/04 p.125
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Broncos' season goes down to sectional wire  6/3/04 p.119
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Ciepley keys Broncos' climb to 5th at MSL meet  2/5/04 p.109
    Wrestlers compete like champs  12/16/04 p.121
 
BARRINGTON CAREER CENTER                                    
    Career center celebrates its first decade  8/19/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COMMERCE CENTER                                  
    Board oks office complex  5/13/04 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Fund balance merits debated  1/1/04 p.8
    In-house day care woos BHS staff  1/1/04 p.10
    New principal, administrator named  1/15/04 p.10
    You're invited:  fun and learning for all  1/22/04 p.8
    State superintendent:  we do a superb job  1/29/04 p.5
    Dual language being studied in District 220  2/5/04 p.13
    Schools grow short on space  2/12/04 p.5
    Getting a second chance  2/12/04 p.7
    Putting school vendors on a diet  2/19/04 p.7
    Group against putting school near wetland  2/26/04 p.9
    District 220 reviewing ideas for new buildings  2/26/04 p.9
    District 220 fees seeing slight hike  3/4/04 p.5
    Parents to learn about dual language  3/4/04 p.6
    Facing a new challenge  3/11/04 p.5
    Kids have a hoot saluting Dr. Seuss  3/11/04 p.29
    Township opposes possible school site  3/18/04 p.12
    Survey will help District 220 set funding course  4/1/04 p.7
    District 220 knows darker financial future ahead  4/1/04 p.8
    District 220 seeking community feedback  4/8/04 p.6
    District 220 leaning toward fall referendums  4/15/04 p.11
    Village joins fight against school site  4/29/04 p.9
    Stadium repairs could be part of referendum  4/29/04 p.9
    District 220 wins awards  5/6/04 p.30
    Suing for the right to know  5/13/04 p.5
    District 220 day care opens to public  5/13/04 p.6
    Well worth the effort  5/13/04 p.23
    Running out of room  5/20/04 p.5
    New policy will help District 220's cash flow  5/20/04 p.9
    No shots, no admittance on first day  5/27/04 p.9
    District 220 may delay referendum vote  5/27/04 p.11
    CFC, BETA oppose District 220 land plans  6/3/04 p.6
    District 220 still considering fall tax referendum  6/17/04
        p.12
    District and classified staff reach deal  6/24/04 p.6
    School in construction season  7/8/04 p.5
    Schools requesting tax hike  7/15/04 p.5
    New parcel targeted for school  7/15/04 p.7
    Summer school helps teach amazing things  7/22/04 p.9
    District 220 getting closer to land buy  8/12/04 p.5
    Office complex or school?  8/19/04 p.5
    District 220 welcomes adults back to school  8/19/04 p.9
    Construction work still under way in District 220  8/19/04
        p.9
    District 220 resumes classes without a hitch  8/26/04 p.9
    District 220 suing to acquire land  9/9/04 p.5
    Land use proposals underwhelm panel  9/16/04 p.10
    District 220 alumni being drawn home  9/30/04 p.5
    District 220 presents possible spending cuts  9/30/04 p.8
    Group pushing District 220 referendum  10/14/04 p.11
    Enrollment spike gains speed  10/21/04 p.5
    BRUSA pursues District 220 records in court  10/21/04 p.6
    Talon make [sic] new pitch to plan commission  10/21/04 p.12
    Preliminary test scores impressive  10/28/04 p.5
    School district not benefiting from tax objection payment 
        10/28/04 p.8
    Deciding cuts next for District 220  11/4/04 p.5
    District 220 teachers honored  11/4/04 p.6
    District 220 thinks residents not educated enough about its
        needs  11/11/04 p.10
    District 220 oks building repairs  11/18/04 p.8
    Ruling on documents to come next month  11/25/04 p.6
    District 220 holding off on adding schools  11/25/04 p.10
    Panel opposes office building project  11/25/04 p.11
    No new schools coming until at least 2008  12/9/04 p.7
    District 220 approves levy hike for 2004  12/16/04 p.6
    Most District 220 scores above average  12/16/04 p.7
    District 220 unsure why test scores improved so much 
        12/23/04 p.8
    School district must release some documents about land
        acquisition  12/23/04 p.10
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire officials hot over possible sale of Cumnor facility 
        1/1/04 p.13
    Lake Barrington fire station opening  2/26/04 p.6
    Owner:  My land is not for sale  3/4/04 p.11
    Fire district targeting new site  3/11/04 p.5
    Former ComEd center will become third fire station  3/18/04
        p.9
    Fire station needs special use ok  4/22/04 p.5
    Special use approved for new fire station  4/29/04 p.7
    Fire district, village at odds over pact  5/6/04 p.5
    New station will get all its firefighters  6/10/04 p.14
    Village, fire district stop bickering, start negotiating 
        6/24/04 p.10
    Fire district wants more cost certainty  8/5/04 p.13
    Fire district continues negotiations  8/19/04 p.18
    Labor costs dividing village, fire district  9/30/04 p.11
    Village and fire district need true partnership  11/25/04
        p.10
    Fire district prepared to split from village  12/9/04 p.11
    New fire station up and running  12/16/04 p.5
    Village hopes deal can be reached with fire district 
        12/16/04 p.12
    Village will consider joint fire authority idea  12/23/04
        p.12
    Fire districts exploring partnership  12/30/04 p.11
 
BARRINGTON COURIER-REVIEW                                   
    Courier has new office  4/29/04 p.8
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    CFC, BETA oppose District 220 land plans  6/3/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON EXTERMINATORS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                  
    Exterminators 2nd at nationals  8/26/04 p.118
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Miller makes most of makeshift  9/30/04 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Sutter nets 2 in playoff opener 5/27/04 p.123
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Fillies leave good impression Downstate  5/6/04 p.113
    Fillies seniors go out with flourish  5/27/04 p.121
    Fillies' regional day turns into night  6/3/04 p.117
    It's party time  6/10/04 p.121
    Gotta hand it to 'em  6/17/04 p.129
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Freshman breaks school 100 breaststroke record  9/16/04
        p.124
    Full boat  11/18/04 p.123
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Fillies find perfection at MSL meet  10/14/04 p.123
    Chugging along to 3rd at State  10/28/04 p.121
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Fastest Filly  5/6/04 p.111
    Fillies salute their unsung heros [sic]  5/13/04 p.127
    Fillies dance after sectional title  5/20/04 p.121
    Chills and thrills  5/27/04 p.119
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies come together for Prairie Ridge crown  9/16/04 p.123
    Second grows tiresome  10/21/04 p.123
    Title dreams bucked  11/11/04 p.135
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES U-19 (HOCKEY CLUB)                       
    Fillies hockey team excited about new ice  11/25/04 p.125
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    New station will get all its firefighters  6/10/04 p.14
 
BARRINGTON FLOWER SHOP                                      
    Barrington Flower Shop; Glen Egeland, owner  3/11/04 p.109
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Theater students taking another downstate trip with Harvey 
        1/1/04 p.5
    In-house day care woos BHS staff  1/1/04 p.10
    Program helps students on college tests  1/15/04 p.7
    When secondhand is first-rate  1/15/04 p.23
    Lessons in dance  1/22/04 p.23
    Students taste a different world  1/29/04 p.27
    State scholars  2/5/04 p/26
    A celebration of cultures  2/26/04 p.23
    Sobering data  3/11/04 p.7
    Swim coach still being probed  4/8/04 p.5
    Reinforcing the dangers of drugs  4/8/04 p.23
    Swimmers master their domain  4/8/04 p.107
    Delcore to face gearing, grand jury  4/15/04 p.6
    Reality is many kids live positively  4/15/04 p.23
    A fascinating experience  4/29/04 p.27
    Keeping it clean  4/29/04p.113
    Barrington prepares for recruiting parade  4/29/04 p.114
    Being true to life  5/6/04 p.5
    Spring Storm hits stage today  5/6/04 p.9
    Students bringing garden to life  5/6/04 p.27
    Students named to BHS honor roll  6/3/04 p.23
    Class of 2004's impact lauded  6/10/04 p.5
    Class of 2004  6/10/04 p.24
    Major-league teams draft three former Broncos  6/10/04 p.123
    Third quarter honors  6/17/04 p.18
    Mastering the game  7/1/04 p.7
    Quarterback Club fund-raiser tees off with round of golf 
        7/29/04 p.8
    Fourth Quarter honors  8/5/04 p.34
    Haunted homecoming brings out spirit  10/7/04 p.5
    Students make sure food pantries stay full  10/21/04 p.9
    Reunited 50 years later  10/28/04 p.103
    BHS tackling The Miracle Worker  11/4/04 p.11
    Portable planetarium brings the sky inside  11/4/04 p.27
    Softball player scores with equipment drive for school 
        11/11/04 p.8
    The fighting fillies join fight against breast cancer 
        11/11/04 p.34
    National honors  11/25/04 p.28
    Documenting a life of poverty  12/9/04 p.35
 
BARRINGTON HILLS CONSERVATION TRUST                         
    Conservation Trust project wins award  5/6/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON HILLS POLO CLUB                                  
    Get schooled in polo  4/15/04 p.12
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Police pension fund question may end up on March ballot 
        1/8/04 p.9
    Voters urged to answer police pension question  2/26/04 p.11
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
    Barrington Hills oks police pension fund  3/18/04 p.11
    Police department earns national accreditation  4/1/04 p.14
    Conservation Trust project wins award  5/6/04 p.6
    Spraying slated to halt spread of gypsy moth  5/6/04 p.26
    Measure toughens penalty for drivers guilty of hill hopping
        5/13/04 p.8
    Cops hosting open house  5/20/04 p.6
    Smoothing out the bumps  5/20/04 p.7
    Three killed in crashes  6/10/04 p.12
    Property damage spree may result in felonies  6/17/04 p.10
    Graham gets 21 months, $5,000 fine for mail fraud  7/1/04
        p.10
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Residents fighting Plum Tree widening  7/15/04 p.8
    Medical problem may have played role in fatal crash 
        7/15/04 p.8
    Village proceeding with road repairs  8/5/04 p.14
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
    Officer devoted three decades to Barrington Hills  8/19/04
        p.12
    Treasurer's report  8/19/04 p.113
    Old friends show mettle at age appropriate Olympics  9/2/04
        p.5
    Conservationists tackling huge restoration project  9/16/04
        p.8
 
BARRINGTON HORIZON SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY                  
    Panel approves senior housing plan  4/1/04 p.5
    Board oks senior housing project  4/15/04 p.5
    $4.8 million awarded for senior housing  12/2/04 p.5
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    Infielders responding well to more chances  7/15/04 p.125
    Hurricanes sweep Illinois Thunder  7/22/04 p.123
    Hurricanes wrapping up summer on a roll  7/29/04 p.117
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Lions Club provides kids with gift of sight  10/7/04 p.11
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Navy reservist praises district administrators  1/22/04 p.9
    Fossil finder  2/19/04 p.23
    Honor roll named  3/25/04 p.23
    Kids stomaching healthy eating  4/22/04 p.23
    Environmental honor  4/22/04 p.26
    Creating a positive atmosphere  4/29/04 p.5
    Whooping cough strikes schools  5/27/04 p.5
    Camp calms incoming sixth-graders' fears  8/19/04 p.8
    Go figure  10/7/04 p.23
    Kids giving disabled gift of reading  11/11/04 p.31
    Sharing their stories [veterans]  11/11/04 p.103
    Students backing project making science accessible  12/2/04
        p.10
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Better than sitting in class  5/20/04 p.23
    The satisfaction of giving  12/2/04 p.23
    Honor roll  1/22/04 p.24
    New principal picked to lead Station Campus  3/18/04 p.14
    A lesson in positive thinking  3/18/04 p.27
    Honor roll  3/25/04 p.24
    Students going all out to perform 42nd Street  4/15/04 p.9
    Whooping cough strikes schools  5/27/04 p.5
    Go figure  10/7/04 p.23
    Enthusiastic fans impress author  10/14/04 p.27
    Station raising curtain on Cheaper by the Dozen  11/11/04
        p.9
    Sharing their stories [veterans]  11/11/04 p.103
    Station campus honor roll announced  12/23/04 p.25
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Judge continues hearing on Jewel Tea building  1/8/04 p.9
    Jewel Tea project back on track  1/22/04 p.5
    Back to court for the Jewel Tea controversy  2/5/04 p.7
    Tea supporters get more time  2/12/04 p.9
    Wrecking ball back in action  2/19/04 p.5
    Open space advocates worried about grant cuts  3/11/04 p.9
    Dogs taught who's boss  4/8/04 p.7
    Man charged with sexual assault  7/1/04 p.11
    Survey backs vision for Jewel Tea  8/12/04 p.5
    Saving open space funding greeted with relief  9/2/04 p.11
    Additional meeting will detail Jewel Tea park plan 
        10/21/04 p.8
    Park District arts & crafts show set  10/28/04 p.6
    People's park reflects public's input  12/9/04 p.7
 
BARRINGTON PUBLIC WORKS                                     
    Top of the profession  11/11/04 p.36
 
BARRINGTON RESIDENTS UNITED FOR SCHOOL ALTERNATIVES         
    BRUSA pursues District 220 records in court  10/21/04 p.6
    Ruling on documents to come next month  11/25/04 p.6
    School district must release some documents about land
        acquisition  12/23/04 p.10
 
BARRINGTON SUZUKI STRINGS                                   
    Stop the music  4/8/04 p.8
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Swim coach still being probed  4/8/04 p.5
    Club records tumble at state championship  8/5/04 p.132
    Records tumble at Gold meet  11/4/04 p.118
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Village opposes development  2/12/04 p.6
    Barrington, Cuba townships joining BACOG  8/5/04 p.7
    Townships officially join BACOG  8/26/04 p.6
    Students make sure food pantries stay full  10/21/04 p.9
    Barrington Township hosting assessment appeal seminar 
        11/25/04 p.14
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY                           
    Parents, bus company agree to settle lawsuit  1/8/04 p.8
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Church group celebrating 135 years  9/9/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 7706               
    Veterans create flag drop box  7/1/04 p.6
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Woman's Club still strong at 90  3/11/04 p.8
    Woman's Club awards grants  7/22/04 p.26
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL                      
    Record number of kids playing ball  4/29/04 p.7
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Residents raise money for youth services  1/1/04 p.6
    Target Corp. recognizes Barrington Youth Services  1/15/04
        p.82
    Barrington's own family of man  9/2/04 p.B3
    United Way helps BYS  10/14/04 p.13
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Fire officials hot over possible sale of Cumnor facility 
        1/1/04 p.13
    Jeweler:  downtown luster has dulled  1/8/04 p.5
    Cook Plaza nearly over the hump  1/15/04 p.5
    Dairy Queen with a twist welcomed back into town  1/15/04
        p.8
    Reagle appoints attorney despite setback in court  1/22/04
        p.7
    Cook Street correction  1/22/04 p.7
    Trustees:  utility taxes good for downtown  1/29/04 p.5
    Bank:  Expansion will help downtown  2/5/04 p.7
    This year's Relay for Life already at the starting line 
        2/5/04 p.9
    Officials seeking more players in loan program  2/12/04 p.5
    Village opposes development  2/12/04 p.6
    New train whistle rules may cause more noise  2/12/04 p.10
    Grants approved for store improvements  2/26/04 p.6
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Judge wants Reagle, board to compromise  3/4/04 p.12
    Commuter parking deck considered  3/11/04 p.6
    Penelope's drawn to Deer Park  3/11/04 p.10
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
    Judge may rule on Reagle suit today  3/18/04 p.10
    Hearing on Reagle suit rescheduled  3/25/04 p.9
    Panel approves senior housing plan  4/1/04 p.5
    Board oks senior housing project  4/15/04 p.5
    Ruling on Reagle suit likely coming in June  4/15/04 p.11
    Panel reviewing BroncoJack's plan  4/22/04 p.8
    Cook Street Plaza earns final ok  4/29/04 p.11
    Fire district, village at odds over pact  5/6/04 p.5
    Reagle won't slow down Cook Street project  5/6/04 p.7
    Board oks office complex  5/13/04 p.5
    Barrington taking new look at historic district guidelines 
        5/20/04 p.8
    Pizzeria owner protests village helping competitor  5/27/04
        p.8
    Most of Barrington area stays above flood waters  5/27/04
        p.9
    This year's Memorial Day parade more significant   5/27/04
        p.9
    Taking stance on war makes some skittish  5/27/04 p.10
    Cemeteries host Memorial Day ceremonies  5/27/04 p.99
    Working on a solution  6/3/04 p.5
    New trees must go:  railroad officials say  6/3/04 p.10
    Board still trying to settle Reagle's suit  6/10/04 p.11
    New station will get all its firefighters  6/10/04 p.14
    Ruling on Reagle's suit has both sides claiming victory 
        6/17/04 p.8
    Ethics complaint dismissed  6/24/04 p.8
    Fourth of July fest will salute military  6/24/04 p.9
    Village, fire district stop bickering, start negotiating 
        6/24/04 p.10
    Eatery still working out parking issue  6/24/04 p.12
    Treasurer's report  6/24/04 p.114
    Patriotic float built for the troops  7/1/04 p.5
    Micro Brew Fest debuts July 10  7/1/04 p.8
    Board gives businesses financial helping hand  7/1/04 p.9
    Cloud still hangs over village attorney's post  7/1/04 p.11
    Reagle, board will be back in court  7/8/04 p.5
    Fourth of July events bring people home  7/8/04 p.7
    Reagle rejects board's legal deal  7/22/04 p.5
    Restaurant cooks up interest in plaza  7/22/04 p.5
    Sizzling sales planned for Sidewalk Days  7/22/04 p.7
    Serious offenses rare in Barrington  7/22/04 p.12
    Classic car owners enjoy cruise back in time  7/29/04 p.5
    Village may put cap on number of banks  7/29/04 p.12
    More than business at sidewalk sale  8/5/04 p.5
    Fire district wants more cost certainty  8/5/04 p.13
    CVS pharmacy eyeing move into Barrington  8/5/04 p.18
    Telecommunications tax extended another 16 years  8/12/04
        p.8
    Reagle suit back in court  8/12/04 p.12
    Reagle looks to reduce bills by firing lawyers  8/19/04 p.10
    Fire district continues negotiations  8/19/04 p.18
    Board will search for attorney  8/26/04 p.5
    Easier recycling highlights garbage pact  8/26/04 p.11
    Officials awaiting ruling on lawyers  9/9/04 p.9
    Peace march likely to draw 1,000  9/16/04 p.5
    Remembering the fallen  9/23/04 p.5
    Reagle, board still split over attorney  9/23/04 p.13
    Suit targets TIF district  9/23/04 p.14
    No end to the bickering  9/30/04 p.5
    District 220 alumni being drawn home  9/30/04 p.5
    Start of plaza construction even has developers stunned 
        9/30/04 p.9
    Labor costs dividing village, fire district  9/30/04 p.11
    Schmidt says village needs a leader  10/7/04 p.5
    Oil spill knots up traffic  10/7/04 p.10
    Trustees accuse Reagle of obstructing projects  10/14/04
        p.14
    Rally intended to support troops, not war  10/21/04 p.7
    Survey will ask public to prioritize its needs  10/28/04 p.5
    A show of thanks  10/28/04 p.7
    Disgruntled Reagle issues yet another doomed veto  10/28/04
        p.10
    Creek restoration still has some opposition  11/11/04 p.10
    Benefits of TIF use starting to show  11/11/04 p.113
    Cook Street Plaza project will proceed  11/18/04 p.6
    Proposed condo plan too big  11/18/04 p.9
    CVS drive-through gets green light  11/18/04 p.11
    Giving Day needs volunteers  11/25/04 p.9
    Village and fire district need true partnership  11/25/04
        p.10
    How do you cook a turkey?  Bake it at 5 degrees or so 
        11/25/04 p.24
    Many brave rain to welcome Santa Claus  12/2/04 p.5
    Area leaders will discuss combating teen drug use  12/2/04
        p.9
    Village gains land chunk coveted by library  12/9/04 p.5
    Fire district prepared to split from village  12/9/04 p.11
    Reagle eyeing re-election bid  12/16/04 p.5
    Village hopes deal can be reached with fire district 
        12/16/04 p.12
    Agencies will address drug problem together  12/16/04 p.14
    Reagle's lawsuit tossed  12/23/04 p.5
    Barrington in giving mood  12/23/04 p.7
    Most merchants enjoying holiday season  12/23/04 p.11
    Village will consider joint fire authority idea  12/23/04
        p.12
    Classic decorating scheme wins contest  12/30/04 p.5
    Fire districts exploring partnership  12/30/04 p.11
 
BARRY, GERRY                                                
    Research reveals 32 locals died in Civil War  11/18/04 p.5
 
BARTON, BARBARA                                             
    Barton reflects on tenure as Harper College trustee 
        7/15/04 p.24
 
BASSI, SUZANNE                                              
    Bassi survives tough campaign  3/18/04 p.5
 
BATAILLE, LEONA                                             
    Sunday memorial for Bataille  5/20/04 p.6
 
BAUMAN, DOUG                                                
    Biltmore Country Club golf pro smashes club record  8/12/04
        p.125
 
BEAN, MELISSA                                               
    Bean seeking rematch with Republican Crane  3/4/04 p.8
    It's Crane vs. Bean in November  3/18/04 p.5
    Crane, Bean square off at forum  8/19/04 p.109
    Crane, Bean differ on national sales tax  9/30/04 p.14
    8th District rematch  10/7/04 p.7
    Final push  10/21/04 p.7
    Bean slams Crane on environmental record  10/28/04 p.9
    New era  11/4/04 p.5
    GOP already plans to oust Bean  11/11/04 p.11
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Democrat challenging Beaubien  5/20/04 p.6
    Beaubien calls budget a Republican victory  7/29/04 p.10
    Feigen faces uphill battle against incumbent Beaubien 
        10/7/04 p.8
    Beaubien set to resume Illinois budget battle  11/4/04 p.8
 
BEHAN, MARTY                                                
    Snake Alley Customs; Marty Behan, owner  12/16/04 p.113
 
BERGMAN, HAROLD                                             
    Last of the hay barbers  9/30/04 p.7
 
BICYCLING PATHS                                             
    Opinions sought on bike path plan  3/25/04 p.5
    Officials reconsidering bike paths on Cuba Road  5/6/04 p.9
 
BIENIEK, CAROLE                                             
    Epona's Hand; Carol Bieniek, owner  7/22/04 p.109
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Country club awards Hudson scholarships  1/29/04 p.28
    Biltmore Country Club golf pro smashes club record  8/12/04
        p.125
 
BLAKE, CHRIS                                                
    Where grass is greener  7/29/04 p.115
 
BOAND, JOSHUA                                               
    Boand convicted in drug death  2/26/04 p.5
    Boand gets 20 years for role in drug-induced homicide 
        4/8/04 p.10
 
BODY & SOL SALON                                            
    Body & Sol Salon; Jayne Hayes, owner  4/15/04 p.101
 
BOGUE, BRIAN                                                
    Suspect in Michal's heist may have been nabbed  2/26/04 p.14
 
BONNER HERITAGE FARM                                        
    Bonner Farm to open Oct. 10  9/30/04 p.103
 
BRADFORD-WHITE, MARY                                        
    Resident joins national land trust team  11/11/04 p.6
 
BRADY, MAUREEN                                              
    With a trace  2/26/04 p.89
 
BRAITHWAITE, DYLLIS                                         
    Finns' Fabrics by Dyllis; Dyllis Braithwaite, owner  5/6/04
        p.101
 
BREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Harper extends Breuder's contract  12/30/04 p.9
 
BRONCOJACK'S (RESTAURANT)                                   
    BroncoJack's open, staying in town  3/4/04 p.6
    Panel reviewing BroncoJack's plan  4/22/04 p.8
    Working on a solution  6/3/04 p.5
    Eatery still working out parking issue  6/24/04 p.12
 
BROWN, DOROTHY                                              
    Clerk candidates eye ethics and office upgrades  10/14/04
        p.7
 
BURKE, EMMETT                                               
    Go-to officer killed in snowmobile crash  2/5/04 p.8
 
BURNS, NICK                                                 
    Major-league teams draft three former Broncos  6/10/04 p.123
 
BURSON, DARRELL                                             
    Never too old to fall in love  4/15/04 p.7
 
BUSH, ROBERT                                                
    Reagle appoints attorney despite setback in court  1/22/04
        p.7
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Jeweler:  downtown luster has dulled  1/8/04 p.5
    How sweet it was?  1/15/04 p.8
    Dairy Queen with a twist welcomed back into town  1/15/04
        p.8
    Local newspapers launch Chicago area job web site  1/15/04
        p.21
    When sweet goes sour  1/29/04 p.6
    Bank:  Expansion will help downtown  2/5/04 p.7
    Officials seeking more players in loan program  2/12/04 p.5
    Communicating with customers  2/12/04 p.101
    Communities look for tourism boost  2/19/04 p.14
    International education  5/27/04 p.108
    Village may put cap on number of banks  7/29/04 p.12
    CVS pharmacy eyeing move into Barrington  8/5/04 p.18
    Chamber presenting community expo  8/26/04 p.6
    Pizzeria owner protests village helping competitor  5/27/04
        p.8
    Most merchants enjoying holiday season  12/23/04 p.11
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Hager's Country Market; Tom Hager, owner  1/8/04 p.83
    The Canteen; Sam Roumeliotis, owner  1/15/04 p.89
    Huntington Learning Center; Dave & Chris Tilles; owners 
        1/29/04 p.91
    Michal's Fine Jewelry; Nate Casement, owner  2/5/04 p.95
    Egg Harbor Café; Mike & Aimee Farrell, owners  2/19/04 p.95
    Full Circle Pilates Studio; Sandy McKeown, owner  2/26/04
        p.99
    El:  Environmental Language, Jill Salisbury, owner  3/4/04
        p.95
    Penelope's drawn to Deer Park  3/11/04 p.10
    Barrington Flower Shop; Glen Egeland, owner  3/11/04 p.109
    Willow Creek Alpacas; Steve Hoffman, owner  3/18/04 p.7
    Lundy's Dollhouses and Miniatures; Pat and Mike Lundy,
        owners  3/18/04 p.113
    Kids in Action; Gary Griffin, owner  3/25/04 p.105
    School of art moving April 19  4/1/04 p.6
    KaleidoScoops Ice Cream & More; Raj Patel, owner  4/1/04
        p.97
    Workshop of Barrington; Mike Scholl, owner  4/8/04 p.95
    Body & Sol Salon; Jayne Hayes, owner  4/15/04 p.101
    Nails, Etc.; Patty Meyers, owner  4/29/04 p.101
    Finns' Fabrics by Dyllis; Dyllis Braithwaite, owner  5/6/04
        p.101
    Diamond Seafood; Carol and Patrick Hannagan, owners 
        5/13/04 p.117
    Shabby & Chic Décor; Rodica Nelson, owner  5/20/04 p.109
    Correction to story of 5/20/04 [Shabby & Chic Décor} 
        6/3/04 p.6
    Fibregrafix Services; Layne Smerdon, owner  6/10/04 p.109
    Freddy Connect Golf; Fred Connect, owner  6/17/04 p.121
    My Best Foot Forward; Noelle Cellini, owner  6/24/04 p.109
    Jennifer Michael's Hair Studio; Jennifer & Michael
        Casavant, owners  7/1/04 p.109
    The Mail Room; Toni Fruscella, owner  7/15/04 p.115
    Epona's Hand; Carol Bieniek, owner  7/22/04 p.109
    Computer Tutor; Pat Childers, owner  7/29/04 p.105
    Bracelets spread message of hope  8/5/04 p.7
    Cricket Classics; Connie Riefke and Patricia Cohen, owners 
        8/12/04 p.109
    Finishing Touches Studio; Gail Kueker, owner  8/19/04 p.105
    Curse Breaker Inc.; Allan and Pattie Stejskal, owners 
        8/26/04 p.101
    Pewter Por Favor; Terri Meyer, owner  9/2/04 p.103
    Geeks on Call; Bob Nash and James Fu owners  9/16/04 p.111
    Honquest Fine Furnishings; Richard Honquest, owner  9/23/04
        p.111
    Proforma Century Promotions; George & Peggy Curran, owners 
        9/30/04 p.97
    North Star Jewelry; Vladimir Shifrin and Alex Babitsky,
        owners  10/7/04 p.111
    Theme II Grills & Things; Yoon Shin & Mijin Cho, owners 
        10/14/04 p.109
    Facilispace, Sandy and Michael Steven, owners  10/21/04
        p.109
    Gene Ann's; Gene Ann Alberts, owner  10/28/04 p.111
    David F. Schultz Associates; David F. Schultz, owner 
        11/25/04 p.115
    Aussie Pet Mobile; Tim & Sarah Hermeling, owners  12/2/04
        p.107
    Barn's beauty stuns new owners  12/9/04 p.113
    Snake Alley Customs; Marty Behan, owner  12/16/04 p.113
    Syclo, Richard Padula, owner  12/23/04 p.91
 
BUTCHER, KURT                                               
    Pioneer Press photo chief remembered  8/5/04 p.26
 
BYSTER, MIKE                                                
    Go figure  10/7/04 p.23
 
CALIENTO, BEVERLY                                           
    Correction to article of 1/15/04  1/22/04 p.6
 
CAMP SIXTH GRADE                                            
    Camp calms incoming sixth-graders' fears  8/19/04 p.8
 
CANTEEN (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Correction to article of 1/15/04  1/22/04 p.6
 
CAPACCIO, NICK                                              
    Patriotic float built for the troops  7/1/04 p.5
 
CARLSTROM, ANNETTE                                          
    Panel reviewing BroncoJack's plan  4/22/04 p.8
 
CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL                                          
    Honor roll  4/15/04 p.24
 
CARTONCRAFT, INC.                                           
    Retail center could replace CartonCraft headquarters 
        3/18/04 p.9
 
CASAVANT, JENNIFER                                          
    Jennifer Michael's Hair Studio; Jennifer & Michael
        Casavant, owners  7/1/04 p.109
 
CASAVANT, MICHAEL                                           
    Jennifer Michael's Hair Studio; Jennifer & Michael
        Casavant, owners  7/1/04 p.109
 
CASEMENT, NATE                                              
    Michal's Fine Jewelry; Nate Casement, owner  2/5/04 p.95
 
CELLINI, NOELLE                                             
    My Best Foot Forward; Noelle Cellini, owner  6/24/04 p.109
 
CENTURY 16 DEER PARK                                        
    Century 16 theater is state-of-the-art  7/8/04 p.B3
 
CHAPDELAINE, KIMBERLY                                       
    Bracelets spread message of hope  8/5/04 p.7
 
CHARACTER COUNTS IN THE BARRINGTON AREA                     
    Character Counts honors pillars of the community  11/11/04
        p.34
 
CHICAGO BOTANIC GARDEN                                      
    Local landscaper brings tree transplanting to a new level 
        8/26/04 p.106
 
CHICAGO CUBS (BASEBALL CLUB)                                
    Could next year be here?  3/25/04 p.97
 
CHICAGOLAND WOMEN'S EXPO                                    
    1st-ever Women's Expo a female-friendly event  2/19/04 p.18
 
CHILDERS, PAT                                               
    Computer Tutor; Pat Childers, owner  7/29/04 p.105
 
CHO, MIJIN                                                  
    Theme II Grills & Things; Yoon Shin & Mijin Cho, owners 
        10/14/04 p.109
 
CHURCH WOMEN UNITED OF THE BARRINGTON AREA                  
    Semla named Valiant Woman  6/24/04 p.113
 
CIEPLEY, CHRIS                                              
    Ciepley keys Broncos' climb to 5th at MSL meet  2/5/04 p.109
 
CIOTTI, ERIK                                                
    Late comeback puts Ciotti in the money  8/12/04 p.124
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Group honors many for supporting conservation  3/4/04 p.28
    Open space advocates worried about grant cuts  3/11/04 p.9
    CFC, BETA oppose District 220 land plans  6/3/04 p.6
    Conservationists tackling huge restoration project  9/16/04
        p.8
    CFC leader's work honored  12/9/04 p.22
 
CLARK CONSULTING                                            
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
 
CLEAN PLATE CLUB RESTAURANT GROUP                           
    Restaurant chain sponsors effort to aid ill boy's family 
        5/6/04 p.26
 
COFFELT, SALLY D.                                           
    Coffelt, Nelson face off for second time  10/7/04 p.28
 
COHEN, PATRICIA                                             
    Cricket Classics; Connie Riefke and Patricia Cohen, owners 
        8/12/04 p.109
 
COLBERT, ROBERT                                             
    Passenger hurt when car flips  4/8/04 p.11
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    Search begins for CLC head after Naff  3/25/04 p.28
 
COMPUTER TUTOR                                              
    Computer Tutor; Pat Childers, owner  7/29/04 p.105
 
CONNECT, FRED                                               
    Freddy Connect Golf; Fred Connect, owner  6/17/04 p.121
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Go-to officer killed in snowmobile crash  2/5/04 p.8
    New panel suggested to address trail woes  6/3/04 p.12
    Prairie coming back to life  8/26/04 p.7
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Board cools to lease tax  1/22/04 p.12
    Tax board warns of late fall bills  1/29/04 p.14
    Voters split between GOP, Dems  3/25/04 p.27
    Annual tax sale  3/25/04 p.96
    Hamelberg being honored by county  4/8/04 p.6
    Skoien hopes to strengthen Cook County GOP  4/22/04 p.11
    Orr's office verifying residency of voters  6/17/04 p.14
    County warns of pertussis  7/15/04 p.14
    Crime drops in area, state  7/22/04 p.12
    Tax hikes hit Cook residents hard  10/14/04 p.5
    School district not benefiting from tax objection payment 
        10/28/04 p.8
    Recorder's Office reaches technological milestone  10/28/04
        p.12
 
COOK STREET PLAZA (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Cook Plaza nearly over the hump  1/15/04 p.5
    Cook Street correction  1/22/04 p.7
    Cook Street Plaza earns final ok  4/29/04 p.11
    Reagle won't slow down Cook Street project  5/6/04 p.7
    Restaurant cooks up interest in plaza  7/22/04 p.5
    Start of plaza construction even has developers stunned 
        9/30/04 p.9
    Cook Street Plaza project will proceed  11/18/04 p.6
 
COONEY, RORY                                                
    Making music is his ministry  11/25/04 p.7
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Talking writing  2/12/04 p.5
    Students get lesson in bartering  6/10/04 p.23
    They're going to start smiling  11/25/04 p.27
    News from Iraq  12/16/04 p.27
 
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA)                    
    For the sake of a child  9/2/04 p.89
 
COWBOY DREAMS                                               
    Walk or run for Cowboy Dreams  4/15/04 p.9
    Grant gives Cowboy Dreams a boost  12/16/04 p.101
 
COX, JOHN                                                   
    Political hirings rise as issue in Recorder of Deeds
        contest  10/14/04 p.7
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Teen working to benefit nature center visitors  9/2/04 p.18
 
CRANE, ANATOLE                                              
    Volunteer discovers different little Italy  1/8/04 p.10
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Incumbent Crane seeks another term  3/4/04 p.7
    It's Crane vs. Bean in November  3/18/04 p.5
    Crane, Bean square off at forum  8/19/04 p.109
    Crane, Bean differ on national sales tax  9/30/04 p.14
    8th District rematch  10/7/04 p.7
    Final push  10/21/04 p.7
    Bean slams Crane on environmental record  10/28/04 p.9
    New era  11/4/04 p.5
    GOP already plans to oust Bean  11/11/04 p.11
 
CREATIVE LEARNING MONTESSORI SCHOOL                         
    Sewing is no just for girls  4/1/04 p.23
 
CREATIVE SCRAPBOOKS                                         
    Uplifting contest raises creativity bar  5/6/04 p.8
 
CRICKET CLASSICS                                            
    Cricket Classics; Connie Riefke and Patricia Cohen, owners 
        8/12/04 p.109
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Boand convicted in drug death  2/26/04 p.5
    Man charged with assaulting officer  2/26/04 p.13
    Suspect in Michal's heist may have been nabbed  2/26/04 p.14
    Increase in fraud cases mirror national trend  3/25/04 p.9
    Swim coach still being probed  4/8/04 p.5
    Boand gets 20 years for role in drug-induced homicide 
        4/8/04 p.10
    Delcore to face gearing, grand jury  4/15/04 p.6
    Delcore indicted on 10 counts of pornography  5/6/04 p.14
    Coach pleads not guilty to pornography  5/13/04 p.8
    Algonquin Road bank robbed  6/3/04 p.8
    Property damage spree may result in felonies  6/17/04 p.10
    Graham gets 21 months, $5,000 fine for mail fraud  7/1/04
        p.10
    Man charged with sexual assault  7/1/04 p.11
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Crime drops in area, state  7/22/04 p.12
    Serious offenses rare in Barrington  7/22/04 p.12
    Psychologist under fire  7/29/04 p.5
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
    Party supports Sullivan after driving plea  8/12/04 p.18
    Husband insists neglect did not cause wife's death  9/2/04
        p.8
    Cops say burglary suspect wanted beer  9/23/04 p.11
    Delcore trial delayed until January  10/14/04 p.6
    Rep. Sullivan seeks to regain license  10/28/04 p.11
 
CUBA MARSH                                                  
    Opinions sought on bike path plan  3/25/04 p.5
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Township opposes possible school site  3/18/04 p.12
    Assessment changes  3/18/04 p.119
    Opinions sought on bike path plan  3/25/04 p.5
    Officials reconsidering bike paths on Cuba Road  5/6/04 p.9
    Foersterling leaving Cuba assessor's post  7/29/04 p.12
    Barrington, Cuba townships joining BACOG  8/5/04 p.7
    Area food pantries surviving summer  8/5/04 p.18
    Townships officially join BACOG  8/26/04 p.6
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Students make sure food pantries stay full  10/21/04 p.9
    Quadrennial assessment roll  10/21/04 p.L2
    Delinquencies  10/28/04 p.108
    Township wants tombstone vandalism at White buried 
        11/18/04 p.9
    Pulling out all the stops  12/2/04 p.11
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
CUMMINGS, MARIE                                             
    Sharing technology  8/5/04 p.107
 
CUMMINGS, SCOTT                                             
    Sharing technology  8/5/04 p.107
 
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN                                            
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
 
CURRAN, GEORGE                                              
    Proforma Century Promotions; George & Peggy Curran, owners 
        9/30/04 p.97
 
CURRAN, PEGGY                                               
    Proforma Century Promotions; George & Peggy Curran, owners 
        9/30/04 p.97
 
CURSE BREAKER INC.                                          
    Curse Breaker Inc.; Allan and Pattie Stejskal, owners 
        8/26/04 p.101
 
CUTTING HALL                                                
    Patrons alarmed by misconstrued closing  3/25/04 p.B7
 
CVS PHARMACY                                                
    CVS pharmacy eyeing move into Barrington  8/5/04 p.18
    CVS drive-through gets green light  11/18/04 p.11
 
CZAPSKI, ROGER                                              
    Fatal crash remains under investigation  8/12/04 p.12
 
DAHLSTROM, DAVID                                            
    Classic decorating scheme wins contest  12/30/04 p.5
 
DAHLSTROM. MARIA                                            
    Classic decorating scheme wins contest  12/30/04 p.5
 
DAIRY QUEEN (RESTAURANT)                                    
    Dairy Queen with a twist welcomed back into town  1/15/04
        p.8
 
DARCH, KAREN                                                
    Darch will run for mayor  5/27/04 p.12
 
DAVID F. SCHULTZ ASSOCIATES                                 
    David F. Schultz Associates; David F. Schultz, owner 
        11/25/04 p.115
 
DAVISON, CALEB                                              
    Settler finally gets his tombstone back  11/11/04 p.5
 
DE VRIES, SOPHIA                                            
    Tower Lakes appoints trustee  9/9/04 p.8
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    Century 16 theater is state-of-the-art  7/8/04 p.B3
    Shopping dollars help schools  7/29/04 p.6
    New theater a star for Town Center  9/9/04 p.101
    New stores complete center's second phase  11/11/04 p.14
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Karl to leave village post  1/1/04 p.5
    Zoning chair joins Deer Park board  3/25/04 p.13
    Deer Park fighting Palatine plan to construct strip mall 
        4/1/04 p.10
    Vehe restoration earns award  12/9/04 p.10
 
DELCORE, JOSHUA                                             
    Swim coach still being probed  4/8/04 p.5
    Delcore to face gearing, grand jury  4/15/04 p.6
    Delcore indicted on 10 counts of pornography  5/6/04 p.14
    Coach pleads not guilty to pornography  5/13/04 p.8
    Delcore trial delayed until January  10/14/04 p.6
 
DEPAUL UNIVERSITY                                           
    International education  5/27/04 p.108
 
DEVINE, RICHARD                                             
    Devine seeks re-election against stealth opponent  10/14/04
        p.7
 
DEWITT, DANIEL                                              
    Psychologist under fire  7/29/04 p.5
 
DIAMOND SEAFOOD                                             
    Diamond Seafood; Carol and Patrick Hannagan, owners 
        5/13/04 p.117
 
DILLON, ARTHUR, REV.                                        
    The most priestly priest  3/4/04 p.5
    Hundreds celebrate life, legacy of Father Dillon  3/11/04
        p.9
 
DISTRICT 220 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION                         
    Star golfer headlining foundation fund-raiser  6/3/04 p.8
    Golf challenge a hit for Educational Foundation  6/17/04 p.9
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    More kids saying yes to drugs  11/11/04 p.5
 
DRUGS AND YOUTH                                             
    More kids saying yes to drugs  11/11/04 p.5
    Area leaders will discuss combating teen drug use  12/2/04
        p.9
    Agencies will address drug problem together  12/16/04 p.14
 
DURBIN, DICK                                                
    Durbin urges changes to federal Patriot Act  8/19/04 p.110
 
DURTY NELLIE'S                                              
    Good-bye old Nellie's  1/29/04 p.B5
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    State superintendent:  we do a superb job  1/29/04 p.5
    Beefed-up background check sought  2/12/04 p.11
    Facing a new challenge  3/11/04 p.5
    Vote gives push for amendment to constitution  3/25/04 p.7
    Merit Scholarship Corporation names college recipients 
        7/22/04 p.27
    State drops writing, social science tests  8/5/04 p.8
    ACT scores rise again  8/26/04 p.14
    Firing up the crowd  9/9/04 p.91
    University Center could open next fall  9/16/04 p.115
    Schools may benefit from county's new impact fees  11/25/04
        p.8
    Teachers' early retirement benefit may face revision 
        12/16/04 p.10
    Teachers named in Who's Who  12/16/04 p.28
 
EGELAND, GLEN                                               
    Barrington Flower Shop; Glen Egeland, owner  3/11/04 p.109
 
EGG HARBOR CAFé (RESTAURANT)                                
    Egg Harbor Café; Mike & Aimee Farrell, owners  2/19/04 p.95
 
EL:  ENVIRONMENTAL LANGUAGE                                 
    El:  Environmental Language, Jill Salisbury, owner  3/4/04
        p.95
 
ELA FINE ARTS SHOW                                          
    Ela Fine Arts Show on Saturday  6/3/04 p.6
 
ELA TOWNSHIP SENIOR CENTER                                  
    Local company is lending seniors a helping hand  11/4/04
        p.103
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Ela considers spending power limit  9/2/04 p.5
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Reagle's candidacy could be decided today  1/15/04 p.9
    Reagle short on signatures  1/22/04 p.5
    County seeks support for sales tax increase  1/22/04 p.12
    Reagle's bid for state rep comes to end  2/5/04 p.6
    Candidates focus on state finances  2/26/04 p.26
    Incumbent Crane seeks another term  3/4/04 p.7
    Crane's GOP challenger makes environmental pitch  3/4/04 p.7
    Bean seeking rematch with Republican Crane  3/4/04 p.8
    Novice seeking Dems' nomination  3/4/04 p.8
    A final look at the primary  3/11/04 p.12
    It's Crane vs. Bean in November  3/18/04 p.5
    Bassi survives tough campaign  3/18/04 p.5
    Sales tax hike for Lake roads loses  3/18/04 p.11
    Barrington Hills oks police pension fund  3/18/04 p.11
    Voters split between GOP, Dems  3/25/04 p.27
    Democrat challenging Beaubien  5/20/04 p.6
    Darch will run for mayor  5/27/04 p.12
    District 220 still considering fall tax referendum  6/17/04
        p.12
    Orr's office verifying residency of voters  6/17/04 p.14
    Schools requesting tax hike  7/15/04 p.5
    Crane, Bean square off at forum  8/19/04 p.109
    Crane, Bean differ on national sales tax  9/30/04 p.14
    Jobs, traffic, schools top state candidates' agendas 
        9/30/04 p.28
    8th District rematch  10/7/04 p.7
    Feigen faces uphill battle against incumbent Beaubien 
        10/7/04 p.8
    It's Peterson vs. Peterson in race for 26th Senate  10/7/04
        p.9
    Cremation claims heat up Lake coroner race  10/7/04 p.20
    Coffelt, Nelson face off for second time  10/7/04 p.28
    Library can't expand without adding funds  10/14/04 p.5
    Clerk candidates eye ethics and office upgrades  10/14/04
        p.7
    Devine seeks re-election against stealth opponent  10/14/04
        p.7
    Political hirings rise as issue in Recorder of Deeds
        contest  10/14/04 p.7
    Sullivan, Shepherdson face off in 51st District  10/14/04
        p.8
    Tax rate hike would let village balance budget  10/14/04 p.9
    State's attorney race puts Waller, Jacobs  10/14/04 p.114
    Sabonjian takes issue with recorder's efficiency  10/14/04
        p.116
    Final push  10/21/04 p.7
    Charges fly in countywide races  10/21/04 p.11
    Bean slams Crane on environmental record  10/28/04 p.9
    Lawyers rate judicial candidates  10/28/04 p.18
    New era  11/4/04 p.5
    Images of the campaign trail  11/4/04 p.7
    Beaubien set to resume Illinois budget battle  11/4/04 p.8
    William Peterson wins fifth term  11/4/04 p.8
    Rejection of library expansion a surprise  11/4/04 p.9
    Sullivan overcomes nasty campaign  11/4/04 p.9
    Referendum defeat will likely result in higher fees 
        11/4/04 p.10
    District 220 thinks residents not educated enough about its
        needs  11/11/04 p.10
    GOP already plans to oust Bean  11/11/04 p.11
    Voter turnout high, but short of record  11/11/04 p.20
    Reagle eyeing re-election bid  12/16/04 p.5
    South Barrington slate announces run  12/16/04 p.6
    Candidate filing begins Jan. 17  12/30/04 p.6
 
ELGIN ACADEMY                                               
    Veteran math teacher adds creativity to class  5/13/04 p.9
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Lake-Cook crossing closing for five days  7/15/04 p.6
 
ELLIS, NICOLE                                               
    Medical examiner:  shooting was suicide  1/1/04 p.9
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                             
    Safer ways to dump e-waste says EPA  9/16/04 p.11
 
EPONA'S HAND                                                
    Epona's Hand; Carol Bieniek, owner  7/22/04 p.109
 
EXCALIBUR TECHNOLOGY CORP.                                  
    Company offers computer donations  7/1/04 p.6
    Sharing technology  8/5/04 p.107
 
EXPRESSIONS OF HOPE                                         
    Bracelets spread message of hope  8/5/04 p.7
 
FACILISPACE                                                 
    Facilispace, Sandy and Michael Steven, owners  10/21/04
        p.109
 
FANNIE MAY                                                  
    How sweet it was?  1/15/04 p.8
    When sweet goes sour  1/29/04 p.6
 
FARRELL, AIMEE                                              
    Egg Harbor Café; Mike & Aimee Farrell, owners  2/19/04 p.95
 
FARRELL, MIKE                                               
    Egg Harbor Café; Mike & Aimee Farrell, owners  2/19/04 p.95
 
FEIGEN, LARRY                                               
    Democrat challenging Beaubien  5/20/04 p.6
    Feigen faces uphill battle against incumbent Beaubien 
        10/7/04 p.8
 
FIBREGRAFIX SERVICES                                        
    Fibregrafix Services; Layne Smerdon, owner  6/10/04 p.109
 
FIDDLE CREEK                                                
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Objections to drainage district annexation grow  4/15/04 p.8
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
    IEPA oks expansion  8/26/04 p.12
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
FINDLAY, JOEL                                               
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
 
FINISHING TOUCHES STUDIO                                    
    Finishing Touches Studio; Gail Kueker, owner  8/19/04 p.105
 
FINN'S FABRICS BY DYLLIS                                    
    Finns' Fabrics by Dyllis; Dyllis Braithwaite, owner  5/6/04
        p.101
 
FIRES                                                       
    Iroquois fire tragedy remembered  1/1/04 p.7
    Fire displaces family at Christmas  1/1/04 p.10
    Fire destroys South Barrington home  2/5/04 p.5
    Elderly couple lucky to escape fire  10/7/04 p.10
    Fire victims hope blaze prompts improved service  12/9/04
        p.9
 
FISCHER, KEVIN                                              
    Kids learn the cost of doing business  7/22/04 p.7
 
FISHER, JOSH                                                
    Flying high at 16  4/29/04 p.10
 
FITTON, RUSSELL                                             
    Dentist, diver and inventor  4/1/04 p.7
 
FLETCHER, FRED                                              
    Veteran math teacher adds creativity to class  5/13/04 p.9
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    Creek restoration still has some opposition  11/11/04 p.10
 
FOERSTERLING, FRED J.                                       
    Foersterling leaving Cuba assessor's post  7/29/04 p.12
 
FOREST GROVE ATHLETIC CLUB                                  
    Pulling strings  8/12/04 p.121
 
FORMAN, KIM                                                 
    Trustees fighting for deer  12/9/04 p.5
 
FOX POINT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Creek restoration still has some opposition  11/11/04 p.10
 
FRANCESCA RESTAURANTS                                       
    Restaurant cooks up interest in plaza  7/22/04 p.5
 
FREDDY CONNECT GOLF                                         
    Freddy Connect Golf; Fred Connect, owner  6/17/04 p.121
 
FREY, DAVID                                                 
    Tower Lakes board gets another fresh face  11/25/04 p.11
 
FRIEDMAN, JACOB                                             
    Baby New Year arrives early, but Jacob Donald is healthy 
        1/8/04 p.10
 
FROMMEYER, ERIN                                             
    Fastest Filly  5/6/04 p.111
 
FRUSCELLA, TONI                                             
    The Mail Room; Toni Fruscella, owner  7/15/04 p.115
 
FU, JAMES                                                   
    Geeks on Call; Bob Nash and James Fu owners  9/16/04 p.111
 
FULL CIRCLE PILATES STUDIO                                  
    Full Circle Pilates Studio; Sandy McKeown, owner  2/26/04
        p.99
 
GARCIA, EDDIE, SPC.                                         
    Baby will greet soldier on next return  8/12/04 p.11
 
GARDEN CLUB OF INVERNESS                                    
    Garden club installs new officers  7/29/04 p.102
 
GARDINER, DEBBIE                                            
    New principal, administrator named  1/15/04 p.10
 
GARLANDS OF BARRINGTON                                      
    Garlands addition geared for memory-loss patients  7/1/04
        p.8
    Garlands spa promotes health living  12/30/04 p.97
 
GEEKS ON CALL                                               
    Geeks on Call; Bob Nash and James Fu owners  9/16/04 p.111
 
GENE ANN'S                                                  
    Gene Ann's; Gene Ann Alberts, owner  10/28/04 p.111
 
GERDTS, KAT                                                 
    Pulling strings  8/12/04 p.121
 
GESSERT, PAT                                                
    Family making sure needy receive proper Thanksgiving dinner
        11/25/04 p.5
 
GIANNOPOULOS, PETER J., CPL                                 
    Soldier, scholar, son  11/18/04 p.5
    Marine laid to rest  11/25/04 p.5
 
GIGI'S PLAYHOUSE                                            
    It's kept my sanity  6/3/04 p.7
 
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                      
    Generations of Girl Scouts invited to March 12 reunion 
        3/4/04 p.24
    Girls Scouts reminded they can be tomorrow's leaders 
        4/15/04 p.10
 
GOEBBERT'S PUMPKIN FARM                                     
    Suburb scenes, rural themes  10/7/04 p.99
 
GOMEZ, JAIME                                                
    Cops say burglary suspect wanted beer  9/23/04 p.11
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Public fund-raising effort begins  2/5/04 p.5
    Book will highlight hospital's history  6/24/04 p.6
    Hospital gets record donation  7/1/04 p.5
    Good Shepherd awards scholarships  7/8/04 p.6
    Wrongful death suit settled for $1.75 million  9/2/04 p.11
    Finding a quick remedy  9/9/04 p.7
    Art in the Barn volunteers hoping event tops $100,000 
        9/16/04 p.9
    Art in the Barn still creates excitement  9/23/04 p.11
    30th Art in the Barn the best show ever  9/30/04 p.10
    Flu shots limited to high-risk people  10/14/04 p.22
    Heart center needs donors to secure grant  10/14/04 p.30
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Libraries lobby pols on funding, privacy  2/19/04 p.8
    Open space advocates worried about grant cuts  3/11/04 p.9
    Vote gives push for amendment to constitution  3/25/04 p.7
    Gun legislation moves forward in Springfield  3/25/04 p.11
    Towns must act to qualify for security grants  9/9/04 p.11
 
GOVERNORS PARK                                              
    Students bringing garden to life  5/6/04 p.27
 
GRAFT, BILL                                                 
    Lake Barrington office saga comes to an end  2/12/04 p.9
 
GRAFT, MICHAEL                                              
    Village wants bond money  1/1/04 p.9
 
GRAHAM, CLAYTON                                             
    Graham gets 21 months, $5,000 fine for mail fraud  7/1/04
        p.10
 
GREENBERG, TERRI ZENNER                                     
    For the sake of a child  9/2/04 p.89
 
GRIFFIN, GARY                                               
    Kids in Action; Gary Griffin, owner  3/25/04 p.105
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    New landscaping has Grove glowing  6/24/04 p.11
    Kids get sobering drug message  8/19/04 p.7
    Grove carnival returns Friday  9/16/04 p.9
    Nice weather gives Grove carnival big boost  9/23/04 p.7
 
HAGENBRING, TRUDY                                           
    Hagenbring's eye for beauty recalled  9/2/04 p.20
 
HAGER HOUSE                                                 
    A true community effort  4/22/04 p.7
 
HAGER, TOM                                                  
    Hager's Country Market; Tom Hager, owner  1/8/04 p.83
 
HAGER'S COUNTRY MARKET                                      
    Hager's Country Market; Tom Hager, owner  1/8/04 p.83
 
HAHN, TOM                                                   
    Lake forest preserve has interim director  8/26/04 p.24
 
HAMELBERG, RON                                              
    Hamelberg being honored by county  4/8/04 p.6
 
HAMILTON PARTNERS                                           
    Retail center could replace CartonCraft headquarters 
        3/18/04 p.9
 
HAMILTON, ALEXA                                             
    Freshman breaks school 100 breaststroke record  9/16/04
        p.124
 
HAMMOND, FRANCIS J.                                         
    Peter Daniel co-founder recalled for friendliness, retail
        success  4/22/04 p.9
 
HANDS OF HOPE                                               
    Garden fair sets $150,000 goal for Hands of Hope  6/10/04
        p.10
 
HANDYMAN PROS                                               
    Local company is lending seniors a helping hand  11/4/04
        p.103
 
HANNAGAN, CAROL                                             
    Diamond Seafood; Carol and Patrick Hannagan, owners 
        5/13/04 p.117
 
HANNAGAN, PATRICK                                           
    Diamond Seafood; Carol and Patrick Hannagan, owners 
        5/13/04 p.117
 
HANOVER, JOHN                                               
    Changing medicine  9/16/04 p.99
 
HARLEM IRVING COMPANIES                                     
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
 
HAROLD SQUARE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Cook Plaza nearly over the hump  1/15/04 p.5
    Cook Street correction  1/22/04 p.7
    Cook Street Plaza earns final ok  4/29/04 p.11
    Reagle won't slow down Cook Street project  5/6/04 p.7
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Communicating with customers  2/12/04 p.101
    Harper College board oks tuition hike  2/26/04 p.11
    Harper ponders degrees, dorms  5/6/04 p.11
    Gala raises $75,000 for foundation  5/6/04 p.98
    Debate continues on Harper degrees  5/20/04 p.11
    Harper, Harvest help single moms  5/20/04 p.99
    Students' artwork earns recognition  5/27/04 p.100
    Legislators question Harper proposal  6/17/04 p.7
    Trustees endorse degrees, limit money to lobby legislators 
        7/1/04 p.26
    Building name becomes Avante  7/1/04 p.32
    Budget plan would shift spending  7/15/04 p.11
    Barton reflects on tenure as Harper College trustee 
        7/15/04 p.24
    Builder joins Harper board  8/5/04 p.26
    Harper plans higher levy despite tax cap  11/4/04 p.12
    Finding their place again  11/4/04 p.89
    New union wants combined talks  12/9/04 p.31
    Santa Claus uses sign language  12/23/04 p.9
    Harper extends Breuder's contract  12/30/04 p.9
 
HARRIS BANK                                                 
    Algonquin Road bank robbed  6/3/04 p.8
 
HARVEST BIBLE CHAPEL                                        
    Harper, Harvest help single moms  5/20/04 p.99
 
HAYES, ELAINE                                               
    Back to court for the Jewel Tea controversy  2/5/04 p.7
    Tea supporters get more time  2/12/04 p.9
 
HAYES, JAYNE                                                
    Body & Sol Salon; Jayne Hayes, owner  4/15/04 p.101
 
HAYES, WARREN                                               
    Back to court for the Jewel Tea controversy  2/5/04 p.7
    Tea supporters get more time  2/12/04 p.9
 
HEALTH WORLD                                                
    Health World letting kids produce real TV  2/26/04 p.5
    Kids get sobering drug message  8/19/04 p.7
 
HEINZ, JOHN                                                 
    Heinz named a top public works leader  4/8/04 p.6
    Top of the profession  11/11/04 p.36
 
HERMENING, SARAH                                            
    Aussie Pet Mobile; Tim & Sarah Hermeling, owners  12/2/04
        p.107
 
HERMENING, TIM                                              
    Aussie Pet Mobile; Tim & Sarah Hermeling, owners  12/2/04
        p.107
 
HERRMANN, MARY                                              
    Woman of the Year  1/29/04 p.8
 
HIGHLAND DAIRY FARM                                         
    Last of the hay barbers  9/30/04 p.7
 
HILL, DAVID                                                 
    Builder joins Harper board  8/5/04 p.26
 
HJERTSTEDT, FRED                                            
    Board to appoint fill-in for trustee who resigned  2/19/04
        p.8
 
HOERER, PAUL                                                
    Boand gets 20 years for role in drug-induced homicide 
        4/8/04 p.10
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Barrington Road project snag will delay completion  8/19/04
        p.109
 
HOFFMAN, STEVE                                              
    Willow Creek Alpacas; Steve Hoffman, owner  3/18/04 p.7
 
HOLISTIC ANIMAL HEALTH FAIR                                 
    Changing medicine  9/16/04 p.99
 
HOLLOWAY, LAURA                                             
    Holloway has grand time at St. Charles invite  10/14/04
        p.123
 
HOLZ, DON                                                   
    Owner says golf course has turned home into a hazard 
        9/9/04 p.5
    Bombarded homeowner following through on suit against golf
        club  9/30/04 p.10
 
HOMELESSNESS                                                
    Kitchen tour will help agency help homeless  6/3/04 p.10
 
HONQUEST FINE FURNISHINGS                                   
    Sale paving way for Honquest changes  9/2/04 p.6
    Honquest Fine Furnishings; Richard Honquest, owner  9/23/04
        p.111
 
HONQUEST, RICHARD                                           
    Honquest Fine Furnishings; Richard Honquest, owner  9/23/04
        p.111
 
HOOVED ANIMAL RESCUE AND PROTECTIONS SOCIETY                
    Scout gives horse rescuers place to hang their saddles 
        8/12/04 p.9
    HARPS putting some racks on sale  8/12/04 p.9
 
HORIZON FARMS                                               
    Conservation Trust project wins award  5/6/04 p.6
    No injuries in Horizon Farms fire  5/13/04 p.10
 
HORSES                                                      
    Full Circle Pilates Studio; Sandy McKeown, owner  2/26/04
        p.99
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Fumes sicken hospice workers  2/26/04 p.10
    Care exceeds expectations  7/29/04 p.7
    Annual duck race produces $60,000 for hospice agency 
        8/12/04 p.10
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Making the grade  1/15/04 p.7
    New principal, administrator named  1/15/04 p.10
    Ready for a new adventure  5/27/04 p.7
    Hough's new playground is on its way  7/22/04 p.6
    Who did it?  9/23/04 p.33
    Appreciation for art  10/21/04 p.23
 
HOUSING                                                     
    Towns unsure how to meet housing law  9/23/04 p.7
    Home, sweet home  9/23/04 p.8
    Towns want local control [housing] 9/23/04 p.9
    Towns model successful hosing programs  9/23/04 p.9
 
HULTMAN, AARON                                              
    Boy, 8, battles rare nerve disease  1/29/04 p.11
 
HULTMAN, GARY                                               
    Restaurant chain sponsors effort to aid ill boy's family 
        5/6/04 p.26
 
HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTER                                  
    Huntington Learning Center; Dave & Chris Tilles; owners 
        1/29/04 p.91
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR                                
    Finding their place again  11/4/04 p.89
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    New trees must go:  railroad officials say  6/3/04 p.10
 
ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                    
    IEPA oks expansion  8/26/04 p.12
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
ILLINOIS HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION                            
    Leveling the playing field  8/19/04 p.115
    Private coaches learn multi-tasking  8/19/04 p.116
    No guarantee IHSA recommendations will please all  8/19/04
        p.116
    Other states come up with ways to do right thing  8/19/04
        p.117
    Transferring not always about PT  8/19/04 p.117
    Recruiting not always dirty word  8/19/04 p.118
    Have mercy!  Area coaches no fans of new IHSA slaughter
        rule  12/30/04 p.107
 
ILLINOIS HOSPITAL REPORT ACT                                
    Getting help picking a hospital  8/5/04 p.5
 
ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION                                  
    Pioneer wins 23 IPA awards  10/14/04 p.14
 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTER                               
    International education  5/27/04 p.108
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness protects animals from guns  4/22/04 p.8
    Inverness prepares to spend more, tap surplus reserves 
        5/6/04 p.10
    Board sets aside money in case of emergencies  6/24/04 p.14
    Soldier, scholar, son  11/18/04 p.5
 
IROQUOIS THEATER                                            
    Iroquois fire tragedy remembered  1/1/04 p.7
 
JACOBS, MICHAEL                                             
    State's attorney race puts Waller, Jacobs  10/14/04 p.114
 
JASON, BRIAN                                                
    Barn's beauty stuns new owners  12/9/04 p.113
 
JASON, VICTOR                                               
    Barn's beauty stuns new owners  12/9/04 p.113
 
JEFFREY PRIDE FOUNDATION                                    
    Child's death spurs event for cancer research benefit 
        2/19/04 p.13
 
JENNIFER MICHAEL'S HAIR STUDIO                              
    Jennifer Michael's Hair Studio; Jennifer & Michael
        Casavant, owners  7/1/04 p.109
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Judge continues hearing on Jewel Tea building  1/8/04 p.9
    Jewel Tea project back on track  1/22/04 p.5
    Back to court for the Jewel Tea controversy  2/5/04 p.7
    Tea supporters get more time  2/12/04 p.9
    Wrecking ball back in action  2/19/04 p.5
    Being reduced to rubble  6/10/04 p.8
    Survey backs vision for Jewel Tea  8/12/04 p.5
 
JEWEL TEA                                                   
    Additional meeting will detail Jewel Tea park plan 
        10/21/04 p.8
    Village gains land chunk coveted by library  12/9/04 p.5
    People's park reflects public's input  12/9/04 p.7
 
JOHNSON, SUSAN                                              
    Memorial set for former Courier-Review columnist  9/9/04
        p.10
 
JOURNEYS FROM PADS TO HOPE                                  
    Kitchen tour will help agency help homeless  6/3/04 p.10
 
JUUL-NIELSEN, ANASTASIA                                     
    Never too old to fall in love  4/15/04 p.7
 
KALEIDOSCOOPS ICE CREAM & MORE                              
    KaleidoScoops Ice Cream & More; Raj Patel, owner  4/1/04
        p.97
 
KALEIDOSCOPE SCHOOL OF ART                                  
    School of art moving April 19  4/1/04 p.6
 
KARAS, BEN                                                  
    Injured hockey player's parents seek damages  7/15/04 p.9
 
KARAS, DEBBIE                                               
    Injured hockey player's parents seek damages  7/15/04 p.9
 
KARAS, ROBERT                                               
    Injured hockey player's parents seek damages  7/15/04 p.9
 
KARL, RICHARD                                               
    Karl to leave village post  1/1/04 p.5
 
KAZMIER, JOHN                                               
    House of 81,009 lights quite a sight  12/2/04 p.7
 
KELLER, RICHARD                                             
    Cremation claims heat up Lake coroner race  10/7/04 p.20
 
KENYON, JILL                                                
    BHS junior participated in teen beauty pageant  12/2/04 p.
 
KERCHBERGER, ERIC                                           
    Yale-bound runner gets read on rivals  6/24/04 p.124
 
KERR, MELISSA                                               
    Money matters  2/19/04 p.85
 
KIDS IN ACTION                                              
    Kids in Action; Gary Griffin, owner  3/25/04 p.105
 
KLEHM PROPERTY                                              
    Clock ticking on village, park district buying Klehm
        parcels  1/22/04 p.7
    Village, park district pursuing land buys  2/5/04 p.9
    District eyes land for rec center  2/19/04 p.10
    Sports complex plan takes step  4/15/04 p.8
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
    Village officially owns 33 Klehm acres  6/17/04 p.6
 
KLEIDERMAN, JUDITH                                          
    Clerk candidates eye ethics and office upgrades  10/14/04
        p.7
 
KLEIN, JAMES                                                
    Three killed in crashes  6/10/04 p.12
 
KNEPPER, SUE                                                
    Students bringing garden to life  5/6/04 p.27
 
KNICK, DENNIS                                               
    War poems appear after 30 years  1/8/04 p.B6
 
KOCOUREK, PATRICIA                                          
    Hospital gets record donation  7/1/04 p.5
 
KOCOUREK, WAYNE                                             
    Hospital gets record donation  7/1/04 p.5
 
KOENIGSKNECHT, JOSEPH                                       
    New principal, administrator named  1/15/04 p.10
 
KOSTKA, WARREN                                              
    Bassi survives tough campaign  3/18/04 p.5
 
KRAEGER, JOSHUA                                             
    Wrongful death suit settled for $1.75 million  9/2/04 p.11
 
KRAEGER, JOYCE                                              
    Wrongful death suit settled for $1.75 million  9/2/04 p.11
 
KUEKER, GAIL                                                
    Finishing Touches Studio; Gail Kueker, owner  8/19/04 p.105
 
LAFARGE LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAM                           
    LaFarge targets lifelong learners  9/9/04 p.9
 
LAKE BARRINGTON MEDICAL ARTS LLC                            
    Lake Barrington office saga comes to an end  2/12/04 p.9
 
LAKE BARRINGTON WOODS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    Residents raise money for youth services  1/1/04 p.6
    Never too old to fall in love  4/15/04 p.7
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Village wants bond money  1/1/04 p.9
    Lake Barrington office saga comes to an end  2/12/04 p.9
    Lake Barrington fire station opening  2/26/04 p.6
    Fire district targeting new site  3/11/04 p.5
    Former ComEd center will become third fire station  3/18/04
        p.9
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Swim coach still being probed  4/8/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Delcore to face gearing, grand jury  4/15/04 p.6
    Objections to drainage district annexation grow  4/15/04 p.8
    Fire station needs special use ok  4/22/04 p.5
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
    Special use approved for new fire station  4/29/04 p.7
    New parcel targeted for school  7/15/04 p.7
    Reindl likely leaving Lake Barrington job  7/15/04 p.12
    District 220 getting closer to land buy  8/12/04 p.5
    Office complex or school?  8/19/04 p.5
    IEPA oks expansion  8/26/04 p.12
    Husband insists neglect did not cause wife's death  9/2/04
        p.8
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Search begins for Reindl's successor  9/16/04 p.5
    Land use proposals underwhelm panel  9/16/04 p.10
    Talon make [sic] new pitch to plan commission  10/21/04 p.12
    Plan commissioner joins Lake Barrington board  10/21/04 p.14
    Richardson announces run for village president  11/18/04 p.8
    New administrator called a star  11/25/04 p.5
    Panel opposes office building project  11/25/04 p.11
    New fire station up and running  12/16/04 p.5
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest Preserve adopts budget  7/8/04 p.18
    Money for new preserves almost gone  8/12/04 p.7
    Lake forest preserve has interim director  8/26/04 p.24
    County gains link in Des Plaines Trail  9/2/04 p.108
    Board close to settlement with fired executive director 
        9/23/04 p.116
    Bonner Farm to open Oct. 10  9/30/04 p.103
    Forest preserve land acquired  11/4/04 p.19
    Burning to make the preserves better  11/18/04 p.117
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Gavel finally falls in new branch court  1/22/04 p.11
    County seeks support for sales tax increase  1/22/04 p.12
    Sales tax hike would fund roadwork  3/4/04 p.22
    Sales tax hike for Lake roads loses  3/18/04 p.11
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Lake Republicans elect new leader  4/22/04 p.12
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
    SWALCO plans hazardous waste collections in county  4/29/04
        p.19
    RTA overhaul plan concerns officials  6/24/04 p.18
    Sheriff's K-9 dog dies  7/8/04 p.19
    Bat tests positive for rabies virus  7/15/04 p.18
    Wild west  [Lake County Fair]  7/22/04 p.11
    Birthing center gives county fair new look  7/29/04 p.30
    No road referendum on November ballot  9/2/04 p.107
    Work to begin soon on northern branch court  9/23/04 p.116
    School district not benefiting from tax objection payment 
        10/28/04 p.8
    Lake County unlikely to pursue property tax assessment
        freeze  10/28/04 p.9
    Lines drawn for leadership positions in Lake County 
        11/18/04 p.117
    Schools may benefit from county's new impact fees  11/25/04
        p.8
    Lake County sets agenda, many Democrats absent  12/16/04 p.9
    Plan aims to reduce construction debris  12/23/04 p.19
    2004 top stories  12/30/04 p.10
 
LAKEWOOD HOMES                                              
    Village wants bond money  1/1/04 p.9
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Land use proposals underwhelm panel  9/16/04 p.10
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Man charged with sexual assault  7/1/04 p.11
 
LARUE, ART                                                  
    Schools miss DARE officer  1/15/04 p.9
 
LASALLE BANK                                                
    LaSalle Bank comes to South Barrington  9/30/04 p.98
 
LAUGAL, MIKE                                                
    Laugual gives teammates big life at Lakewood  10/28/04 p.125
 
LAW                                                         
    Gavel finally falls in new branch court  1/22/04 p.11
    Animal will power  4/15/04 p.91
    Measure toughens penalty for drivers guilty of hill hopping
        5/13/04 p.8
    Bill would restrict use of wireless cameras  5/13/04 p.13
    Good intentions pave road to HIPAA  6/10/04 p.99
    Getting help picking a hospital  8/5/04 p.5
    State drops writing, social science tests  8/5/04 p.8
    Durbin urges changes to federal Patriot Act  8/19/04 p.110
    Towns unsure how to meet housing law  9/23/04 p.7
    Home, sweet home  9/23/04 p.8
    Towns want local control [housing] 9/23/04 p.9
    Towns model successful hosing programs  9/23/04 p.9
    Teachers' early retirement benefit may face revision 
        12/16/04 p.10
 
LEE, KARIN                                                  
    BHS senior named Presidential Scholar  6/3/04 p.6
 
LEICHTER, LEO                                               
    Prominent car dealer recalled as a friend  12/23/04 p.14
 
LETO, GLENN                                                 
    A fascinating experience  4/29/04 p.27
 
LEVIN, NICOLE                                               
    Boand convicted in drug death  2/26/04 p.5
    Boand gets 20 years for role in drug-induced homicide 
        4/8/04 p.10
 
LEVY, LYLE                                                  
    Jeweler:  downtown luster has dulled  1/8/04 p.5
    Penelope's drawn to Deer Park  3/11/04 p.10
 
LIBERTY PRAIRIE CONSERVANCY                                 
    Taking up the open space cause  12/9/04 p.26
 
LIBRARIES                                                   
    When overdue notices aren't enough  7/8/04 p.11
    Libraries honor 9/11 with voter registration  9/2/04 p.107
 
LICHTENSTEIN, JEFF                                          
    Board silly  3/4/04 p.105
 
LIKENS, JEFF                                                
    Back on top  1/22/04 p.105
 
LONG GROVE, ILL.                                            
    Chocolate on parade at Long Grove festival  4/29/04 p.12
 
LOPEZ, LAURA                                                
    Still shooting for the stars  2/5/04 p.11
 
LUNDY, MIKE                                                 
    Lundy's Dollhouses and Miniatures; Pat and Mike Lundy,
        owners  3/18/04 p.113
 
LUNDY, PAT                                                  
    Lundy's Dollhouses and Miniatures; Pat and Mike Lundy,
        owners  3/18/04 p.113
 
LUNDY'S DOLLHOUSES AND MINIATURES                           
    Lundy's Dollhouses and Miniatures; Pat and Mike Lundy,
        owners  3/18/04 p.113
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Lutheran church adds staff member  7/29/04 p.98
 
LUTHER-JESCHKE, LESLIE                                      
    Caring capacity attracts new United Way director  4/1/04 p.9
 
M. GOODMAN LANDSCAPES                                       
    Local landscaper brings tree transplanting to a new level 
        8/26/04 p.106
 
MAHER, CHRISTOPHER                                          
    Fatal crash remains under investigation  8/12/04 p.12
 
MAKRAY MEMORIAL GOLF CLUB                                   
    Revamped Thunderbird adding new clubhouse  3/25/04 p.8
    Where grass is greener  7/29/04 p.115
    Owner says golf course has turned home into a hazard 
        9/9/04 p.5
    Bombarded homeowner following through on suit against golf
        club  9/30/04 p.10
 
MANN, LINDA                                                 
    Persistent lottery player finally hits the jackpot  12/9/04
        p.8
 
MANNIX, SHEILA                                              
    Ethics complaint dismissed  6/24/04 p.8
 
MARCUS, JONATHAN                                            
    Passenger hurt when car flips  4/8/04 p.11
    Recent crash victims have been lucky to walk away  4/22/04
        p.10
 
MARSHALL, ERIC                                              
    Marshall draws notice with win in title game  5/27/04 p.122
 
MARSHALL, NEAL                                              
    Plan commissioner joins Lake Barrington board  10/21/04 p.14
 
MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER A.                                      
    New administrator called a star  11/25/04 p.5
 
MATTHEWS, DAPHNE                                            
    Navy reservist praises district administrators  1/22/04 p.9
 
MAURAIS, JIM                                                
    Couple [Maurais] celebrates 60 years  10/7/04 p.105
 
MAURAIS, MAGGIE                                             
    Couple [Maurais] celebrates 60 years  10/7/04 p.105
 
MAY, JIM                                                    
    Nothing like a good story  10/28/04 p.27
 
MAZESKI, KELLY                                              
    North Barrington names trustee  3/25/04 p.10
    Trustees fighting for deer  12/9/04 p.5
 
MCCAMMON, MARIANELA                                         
    Stop the music  4/8/04 p.8
 
MCCOMBIE, PAULA                                             
    McCombie filling Ariola's board seat  12/9/04 p.12
 
MCCOY, MAC                                                  
    Churches join effort to help soldiers  6/3/04 p.11
    Correction to story of 6/3/04  6/10/04 p.6
 
MCCOY, PAT                                                  
    Churches join effort to help soldiers  6/3/04 p.11
    Correction to story of 6/3/04  6/10/04 p.6
 
MCENROE, JOHN                                               
    Sauer filling McEnroe's seat  7/15/04 p.5
 
MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                        
    Spraying slated to halt spread of gypsy moth  5/6/04 p.26
    Recorder's office warning of firm charging more for copy of
        deed  9/2/04 p.29
    Pulling out all the stops  12/2/04 p.11
 
MCKEOWN, SANDY                                              
    Full Circle Pilates Studio; Sandy McKeown, owner  2/26/04
        p.99
 
MCKILLEN, KATIE                                             
    McKillen adopts a winning attitude  1/22/04 p.107
    McKillen captures 3 events at regional  2/12/04 p.117
    McKillen ascends four places on beam at State  2/26/04 p.111
 
MCPIKE, BRIAN                                               
    Man charged with assaulting officer  2/26/04 p.13
 
MEDIEVAL TIMES                                              
    Witness now, the sport of kings  9/23/04 p.95
 
MEIJER                                                      
    Job seekers flock to new Meijer store  3/25/04 p.12
 
MELISSA THODOS AND DANCERS                                  
    Lessons in dance  1/22/04 p.23
 
MELOY, PAT                                                  
    District 220 teachers honored  11/4/04 p.6
 
MENDOZA, DONN                                               
    New principal picked to lead Station Campus  3/18/04 p.14
 
MENHEER, LORRAINE, SR.                                      
    Friends helping friends  2/12/04 p.89
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE                                   
    Village, park district pursuing land buys  2/5/04 p.9
    District eyes land for rec center  2/19/04 p.10
    Sports complex plan takes step  4/15/04 p.8
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
 
MESSERLI, STEVE                                             
    Lake forest preserve has interim director  8/26/04 p.24
 
MEYER, TERRI                                                
    Pewter Por Favor; Terri Meyer, owner  9/2/04 p.103
 
MEYERS, PATTY                                               
    Nails, Etc.; Patty Meyers, owner  4/29/04 p.101
 
MICHAL'S FINE JEWELRY                                       
    Michal's Fine Jewelry; Nate Casement, owner  2/5/04 p.95
    Suspect in Michal's heist may have been nabbed  2/26/04 p.14
 
MIDLANDS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                 
    Vote set for restricted-use cricket field  11/18/04 p.6
 
MILLER, MATISSE                                             
    Miller makes most of makeshift  9/30/04 p.113
 
MIZANIN, MATT                                               
    Gymnastics coach wins twice  4/1/04 p.107
 
MOEHLMANN, MATT                                             
    Matt's the man  2/19/04 p.105
 
MONTESSORI CHILDREN'S HOUSE                                 
    Montessori teacher's legacy earns national recognition 
        7/29/04 p.9
 
MONTRIE, JUSTIN                                             
    Board silly  3/4/04 p.105
 
MOORE, EUGENE                                               
    Political hirings rise as issue in Recorder of Deeds
        contest  10/14/04 p.7
 
MOSER, GEORGE                                               
    Moser leading Power to Heal  12/2/04 p.12
 
MUELLER, BLAKE                                              
    District 220 teachers honored  11/4/04 p.6
 
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (DISEASE)                                
    Patient's class helps others with MS get fit  4/22/04 p.5
 
MUNDELEIN, ILL.                                             
    Gavel finally falls in new branch court  1/22/04 p.11
 
MY BEST FOOT FORWARD                                        
    My Best Foot Forward; Noelle Cellini, owner  6/24/04 p.109
 
NAFF, GRETCHEN                                              
    Search begins for CLC head after Naff  3/25/04 p.28
 
NAILS, ETC.                                                 
    Nails, Etc.; Patty Meyers, owner  4/29/04 p.101
 
NASH, BOB                                                   
    Geeks on Call; Bob Nash and James Fu owners  9/16/04 p.111
 
NATIONAL AMATEUR DODGEBALL ASSOCIATION                      
    Dodgeball:  it's a big hit  9/30/04 p.89
 
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CORPORATION                      
    Merit Scholarship Corporation names college recipients 
        7/22/04 p.27
 
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE                                       
    History makers  4/8/04 p.87
 
NATIONAL-LOUIS UNIVERSITY                                   
    Local couple establish scholarship  3/25/04 p.23
 
NEGUS, JEFF                                                 
    Teen film ventures down Cuba Road  7/15/04 p.B6
 
NELSON, MARY                                                
    Coffelt, Nelson face off for second time  10/7/04 p.28
 
NELSON, RODICA                                              
    Shabby & Chic Décor; Rodica Nelson, owner  5/20/04 p.109
    Correction to story of 5/20/04 [Shabby & Chic Décor} 
        6/3/04 p.6
 
NEW GENERATIONS                                             
    Where kids can be kids  2/12/04 p.8
    Art project bridges generation gap  3/25/04 p.7
 
NOENS, MICHAEL                                              
    Teen film ventures down Cuba Road  7/15/04 p.B6
 
NOISE POLLUTION                                             
    Noise pollution another cause for life's stresses  7/8/04
        p.8
    Counties aim to keep things quiet  7/8/04 p.8
    Towns have own noise restrictions  7/8/04 p.9
    Correction to story of 7/7/04  7/15/04 p.6
 
NORGE SKI CLUB                                              
    Top flight  9/23/04 p.26
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Students meet pen pal home from Iraq  4/1/04 p.11
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    North Barrington nixes Tower Lakes police pact  1/1/04 p.8
    Board to appoint fill-in for trustee who resigned  2/19/04
        p.8
    Starkey puts off appointing trustee  2/26/04 p.10
    North Barrington names trustee  3/25/04 p.10
    Village trying to get accurate deer count  3/25/04 p.14
    Kids learn as school burns its back yard  4/8/04 p.5
    Starkey stepping down  4/15/04 p.5
    Village joins fight against school site  4/29/04 p.9
    Parker vows to serve rest of Starkey's term  6/3/04 p.5
    Sauer filling McEnroe's seat  7/15/04 p.5
    Wynstone gets ok to bow hunt deer  11/25/04 p.9
    Thinning deer heard fuels emotions  12/2/04 p.5
    Trustees fighting for deer  12/9/04 p.5
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION            
    Contributions provide minibus for NISRA  11/25/04 p.
 
NORTHWEST CHICAGOLAND REGIONAL AIRPORT                      
    Airport seeks local customers  1/22/04 p.95
 
NORVICH, STEVE                                              
    Former resident a bridge master  6/24/04 p.98
 
NUYTTENS, MICHAEL P.                                        
    Man charged with sexual assault  7/1/04 p.11
 
O'CONNELL, DREW                                             
    Major-league teams draft three former Broncos  6/10/04 p.123
 
O'NEIL, RYAN                                                
    Dad remembers son trying to get on the right path  1/15/04
        p.6
    Coroner's jury finds heroin killed teenager  3/11/04 p.14
 
OSMOND, JOANN                                               
    Lake Republicans elect new leader  4/22/04 p.12
 
OVER, MATT                                                  
    Scary injury puts Barrington loss in perspective  8/5/04
        p.131
 
PADULA, RICHARD                                             
    Syclo, Richard Padula, owner  12/23/04 p.91
 
PALATINE PARK DISTRICT                                      
    Golfing with discs  8/26/04 p.91
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                     
    Township seeks new fire board member  9/2/04 p.13
    Fire districts exploring partnership  12/30/04 p.11
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    CD-ROM helps people locate social services  7/29/04 p.23
    Township seeks new fire board member  9/2/04 p.13
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Good-bye old Nellie's  1/29/04 p.B5
    It's curtains for Village Theatre  3/18/04 p.B3
    Deer Park fighting Palatine plan to construct strip mall 
        4/1/04 p.10
 
PAPPAS, CHRISTOPHER                                         
    Husband insists neglect did not cause wife's death  9/2/04
        p.8
 
PAPPAS, LAUREL                                              
    Husband insists neglect did not cause wife's death  9/2/04
        p.8
 
PARKER, CRAIG                                               
    Parker vows to serve rest of Starkey's term  6/3/04 p.5
 
PATEL, RAJ                                                  
    KaleidoScoops Ice Cream & More; Raj Patel, owner  4/1/04
        p.97
 
PAYTON FLORAL COMPANY                                       
    Florist's work on display at Million  8/12/04 p.6
 
PENELOPE'S JEWELRY                                          
    Jeweler:  downtown luster has dulled  1/8/04 p.5
    Penelope's drawn to Deer Park  3/11/04 p.10
 
PEPPER CONSTRUCTION                                         
    Village gains land chunk coveted by library  12/9/04 p.5
    Pepper not interested in selling library land  12/30/04 p.14
 
PERRY, CELMA                                                
    Montessori teacher's legacy earns national recognition 
        7/29/04 p.9
 
PERTUSSIS (DISEASE)                                         
    County warns of pertussis  7/15/04 p.14
 
PETERSON, NANCY                                             
    It's Peterson vs. Peterson in race for 26th Senate  10/7/04
        p.9
 
PETERSON, WILLIAM                                           
    It's Peterson vs. Peterson in race for 26th Senate  10/7/04
        p.9
    William Peterson wins fifth term  11/4/04 p.8
 
PEWTER POR FAVOR                                            
    Pewter Por Favor; Terri Meyer, owner  9/2/04 p.103
 
PHELPS, DAVID                                               
    Crane's GOP challenger makes environmental pitch  3/4/04 p.7
 
PHILLIPS MEN'S WEAR                                         
    Making room for the bank  10/21/04 p.10
 
PIAGENTINI, RAY                                             
    Students taste a different world  1/29/04 p.27
 
PIONEER PRESS                                               
    Union authorizes Pioneer strike  1/8/04 p.85
    Pioneer wins 23 IPA awards  10/14/04 p.14
 
PITZENBERGER, STEFAN                                        
    Three killed in crashes  6/10/04 p.12
 
PLUM, LORRAINE                                              
    Ready for a new adventure  5/27/04 p.7
 
POHLMAN, DAN                                                
    Major-league teams draft three former Broncos  6/10/04 p.123
 
POL, THERESE                                                
    Daughter secures dad's missing war medals  6/3/04 p.11
 
POLICE                                                      
    North Barrington nixes Tower Lakes police pact  1/1/04 p.8
    Police pension fund question may end up on March ballot 
        1/8/04 p.9
    Schools miss DARE officer  1/15/04 p.9
    Voters urged to answer police pension question  2/26/04 p.11
    Police department earns national accreditation  4/1/04 p.14
    Cops hosting open house  5/20/04 p.6
    Smoothing out the bumps  5/20/04 p.7
    Gun lock donations promote safety  7/8/04 p.10
    Officer devoted three decades to Barrington Hills  8/19/04
        p.12
    More kids saying yes to drugs  11/11/04 p.5
 
PRIDE, JEFFREY                                              
    Child's death spurs event for cancer research benefit 
        2/19/04 p.13
 
PROFORMA CENTURY PROMOTIONS                                 
    Proforma Century Promotions; George & Peggy Curran, owners 
        9/30/04 p.97
 
PROJECT CHILDSAFE                                           
    Gun lock donations promote safety  7/8/04 p.10
 
PROTECT OUR INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION                         
    Group pushing District 220 referendum  10/14/04 p.11
 
PTASINKSKI, KRYSTINA                                        
    Trust fund donations not tax-deductible  6/24/04 p.6
    Community ensuring girl stays in college  7/22/04 p.6
 
PTASINSKI, KAREN                                            
    Three killed in crashes  6/10/04 p.12
    More than a tragedy  6/17/04 p.5
 
PTASINSKI, KRYSTINA                                         
    More than a tragedy  6/17/04 p.5
 
RANDALL, LINDSAY                                            
    Softball player scores with equipment drive for school 
        11/11/04 p.8
 
REAGAN, RONALD                                              
    Reagan hailed as inspiration  6/10/04 p.11
 
REAGLE, MARSHALL                                            
    Reagle's candidacy could be decided today  1/15/04 p.9
    Reagle short on signatures  1/22/04 p.5
    Reagle appoints attorney despite setback in court  1/22/04
        p.7
    Reagle's bid for state rep comes to end  2/5/04 p.6
    Judge wants Reagle, board to compromise  3/4/04 p.12
    Judge may rule on Reagle suit today  3/18/04 p.10
    Hearing on Reagle suit rescheduled  3/25/04 p.9
    Ruling on Reagle suit likely coming in June  4/15/04 p.11
    Reagle won't slow down Cook Street project  5/6/04 p.7
    Board still trying to settle Reagle's suit  6/10/04 p.11
    Ruling on Reagle's suit has both sides claiming victory 
        6/17/04 p.8
    Reagle, board will be back in court  7/8/04 p.5
    Reagle rejects board's legal deal  7/22/04 p.5
    Reagle suit back in court  8/12/04 p.12
    Reagle looks to reduce bills by firing lawyers  8/19/04 p.10
    Officials awaiting ruling on lawyers  9/9/04 p.9
    Reagle, board still split over attorney  9/23/04 p.13
    Suit targets TIF district  9/23/04 p.14
    No end to the bickering  9/30/04 p.5
    Trustees accuse Reagle of obstructing projects  10/14/04
        p.14
    Disgruntled Reagle issues yet another doomed veto  10/28/04
        p.10
    Cook Street Plaza project will proceed  11/18/04 p.6
    Reagle eyeing re-election bid  12/16/04 p.5
    Reagle's lawsuit tossed  12/23/04 p.5
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Cook Plaza nearly over the hump  1/15/04 p.5
    Jewel Tea project back on track  1/22/04 p.5
    Clock ticking on village, park district buying Klehm
        parcels  1/22/04 p.7
    Cook Street correction  1/22/04 p.7
    Back to court for the Jewel Tea controversy  2/5/04 p.7
    Village, park district pursuing land buys  2/5/04 p.9
    Village opposes development  2/12/04 p.6
    Lake Barrington office saga comes to an end  2/12/04 p.9
    Tea supporters get more time  2/12/04 p.9
    Wrecking ball back in action  2/19/04 p.5
    District eyes land for rec center  2/19/04 p.10
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Owner:  My land is not for sale  3/4/04 p.11
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
    Retail center could replace CartonCraft headquarters 
        3/18/04 p.9
    Village oks land purchase  3/18/04 p.14
    Panel approves senior housing plan  4/1/04 p.5
    Board oks senior housing project  4/15/04 p.5
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
    Cook Street Plaza earns final ok  4/29/04 p.11
    Reagle won't slow down Cook Street project  5/6/04 p.7
    Village finalizes purchase of land  6/3/04 p.14
    Village officially owns 33 Klehm acres  6/17/04 p.6
    District 220 getting closer to land buy  8/12/04 p.5
    Office complex or school?  8/19/04 p.5
    Willow Creek Church seeks to fill 3 wetlands  9/2/04 p.28
    Start of plaza construction even has developers stunned 
        9/30/04 p.9
    Making room for the bank  10/21/04 p.10
    Cook Street Plaza project will proceed  11/18/04 p.6
    Proposed condo plan too big  11/18/04 p.9
    CVS drive-through gets green light  11/18/04 p.11
    Panel opposes office building project  11/25/04 p.11
    People's park reflects public's input  12/9/04 p.7
 
REED, AARON                                                 
    Reed ready to lead Bronco herd to State  5/27/04 p.123
 
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY                           
    RTA overhaul plan concerns officials  6/24/04 p.18
 
REINDL, JOHN                                                
    Reindl likely leaving Lake Barrington job  7/15/04 p.12
    Search begins for Reindl's successor  9/16/04 p.5
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    This year's Relay for Life already at the starting line 
        2/5/04 p.9
    Relay for Life sprints to exceed $2 million for cancer
        research  2/19/04 p.12
    Teaming up to fight cancer  5/6/04 p.7
    Sunny mood reigns over wet Relay for Life  6/17/04 p.5
 
RENTER, DEBRA, DR.                                          
    Bank showing support for troops  8/5/04 p.6
 
RETTGER, ROBBY                                              
    Scout gives horse rescuers place to hang their saddles 
        8/12/04 p.9
    HARPS putting some racks on sale  8/12/04 p.9
 
REYES, TONY                                                 
    Retail center could replace CartonCraft headquarters 
        3/18/04 p.9
 
RICHARD A. PERRITT CHARITABLE FOUNDATION                    
    BACOA will get $50,000 if it can raise same amount  9/2/04
        p.29
 
RICHARDS, JASON                                             
    Tomlinson belonged to Golden Age of Broncos basketball 
        1/29/04 p.101
    Short and bittersweet  1/29/04 p.101
 
RICHARDSON, KEVIN                                           
    Richardson announces run for village president  11/18/04 p.8
 
RICHARDSON, LOIS                                            
    Lutheran church adds staff member  7/29/04 p.98
 
RIEFKE, CONNIE                                              
    Cricket Classics; Connie Riefke and Patricia Cohen, owners 
        8/12/04 p.109
 
RIENDEAU, CHERYL                                            
    Local couple establish scholarship  3/25/04 p.23
 
RIENDEAU, RUSSELL                                           
    Local couple establish scholarship  3/25/04 p.23
 
ROADS                                                       
    Opinions sought on bike path plan  3/25/04 p.5
    Officials reconsidering bike paths on Cuba Road  5/6/04 p.9
    Lake-Cook crossing closing for five days  7/15/04 p.6
    Cuba Road repairs under way  7/15/04 p.6
    Residents fighting Plum Tree widening  7/15/04 p.8
    Teen film ventures down Cuba Road  7/15/04 p.B6
    Barrington Road project snag will delay completion  8/19/04
        p.109
    No road referendum on November ballot  9/2/04 p.107
    Big changes afoot for area tollways  9/30/04 p.26
    Oil spill knots up traffic  10/7/04 p.10
    Route 14/Kelsey Road intersection finally a safer place for
        motorists  10/28/04 p.10
    Pulling out all the stops  12/2/04 p.11
 
ROCKFORD, ILL.                                              
    Airport seeks local customers  1/22/04 p.95
 
ROG, LEO                                                    
    Daughter secures dad's missing war medals  6/3/04 p.11
 
ROMETTY, JULIE                                              
    Student recognized as a young leader  10/21/04 p.14
 
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES                             
    Grant gives Cowboy Dreams a boost  12/16/04 p.101
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Principal hoping book brings school together  8/5/04 p.10
    Music program will benefit from Roslyn PTO fund-raiser 
        9/23/04 p.28
    Roslyn Road seeks unwanted cell phones  12/9/04 p.6
 
ROTTER, JOEL                                                
    Zoning chair joins Deer Park board  3/25/04 p.13
 
ROUMELIOTIS, SAM                                            
    The Canteen; Sam Roumeliotis, owner  1/15/04 p.89
    Correction to article of 1/15/04  1/22/04 p.6
 
RYKOFF, DEBRA                                               
    Changing medicine  9/16/04 p.99
 
SABONJIAN, DANA                                             
    Sabonjian takes issue with recorder's efficiency  10/14/04
        p.116
 
SAFEHOUSE FARM                                              
    Animal lover keeps herd happy  6/24/04 p.7
 
SAL AND CARVAO (RESTAURANT)                                 
    Communicating with customers  2/12/04 p.101
 
SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                               
    Church hoping expansion gains notice  8/26/04 p.5
    Salem United dedicating playground  9/16/04 p.116
 
SALISBURY, JILL                                             
    El:  Environmental Language, Jill Salisbury, owner  3/4/04
        p.95
 
SALZENSTEIN, COLLIN                                         
    Salzenstein maintains level approach to game  7/8/04 p.117
 
SAUER, BRUCE                                                
    Sauer filling McEnroe's seat  7/15/04 p.5
 
SAVANNAH OF LAKE BARRINGTON (LAND SUBDIVISION)              
    Village wants bond money  1/1/04 p.9
 
SCARY STORY CONTEST                                         
    Winners  10/21/04 p.B33
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    Treasurer's report  10/21/04 p.C24
 
SCHEURER, WILLIAM                                           
    Novice seeking Dems' nomination  3/4/04 p.8
 
SCHILLER, ROBERT                                            
    State superintendent:  we do a superb job  1/29/04 p.5
 
SCHMIDT, DAVID                                              
    Schmidt says village needs a leader  10/7/04 p.5
 
SCHNEPF, CONNIE                                             
    Fire victims hope blaze prompts improved service  12/9/04
        p.9
 
SCHNEPF, PAUL                                               
    Fire victims hope blaze prompts improved service  12/9/04
        p.9
 
SCHOLL, MIKE                                                
    Workshop of Barrington; Mike Scholl, owner  4/8/04 p.95
 
SCHULD, AL                                                  
    Officer devoted three decades to Barrington Hills  8/19/04
        p.12
 
SCHULTS, DAVID F.                                           
    David F. Schultz Associates; David F. Schultz, owner 
        11/25/04 p.115
 
SEMLA, FAITH                                                
    Semla named Valiant Woman  6/24/04 p.113
 
SERENO, PAUL                                                
    Fossil finder  2/19/04 p.23
 
SHABBY & CHIC DéCOR                                         
    Shabby & Chic Décor; Rodica Nelson, owner  5/20/04 p.109
    Correction to story of 5/20/04  6/3/04 p.6
 
SHELDON, CHRIS                                              
    Love-all  6/24/04 p.121
 
SHEPHERD, DOYLE                                             
    Deer Park fighting Palatine plan to construct strip mall 
        4/1/04 p.10
 
SHEPHERDSON, NANCY                                          
    Sullivan, Shepherdson face off in 51st District  10/14/04
        p.8
 
SHIFRIN, VLADIMIR                                           
    North Star Jewelry; Vladimir Shifrin and Alex Babitsky,
        owners  10/7/04 p.111
 
SHIN, YOON                                                  
    Theme II Grills & Things; Yoon Shin & Mijin Cho, owners 
        10/14/04 p.109
 
SIEBERT, JIM                                                
    Heating and beating are blacksmith's skills  11/11/04 p.7
 
SIKH RELIGIOUS SOCIETY                                      
    Sikhs invite residents to join celebration  9/2/04 p.14
 
SIMMONS, DAMIAN                                             
    District 220 teachers honored  11/4/04 p.6
 
SINGH, UDAY, SGT.                                           
    Ultimate sacrifice  1/22/04 p.10
 
SKOIEN, GARY                                                
    Skoien hopes to strengthen Cook County GOP  4/22/04 p.11
 
SKOKIE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL FOUNDATION OF ILLINOIS            
    Holocaust Foundation honors Rosenberg, Kudan  11/18/04 p.7
    Funds generated for new museum  11/18/04 p.12
 
SKOPEK ORTHODONTICS                                         
    Orthodontist enticing kids to help give troops a boost 
        11/18/04 p.10
 
SLOCUM DRAINAGE DISTRICT                                    
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Objections to drainage district annexation grow  4/15/04 p.8
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
 
SMERDON, LAYNE                                              
    Fibregrafix Services; Layne Smerdon, owner  6/10/04 p.109
 
SMILE ILLINOIS                                              
    Putting a smile on their faces  12/23/04 p.23
 
SMITH, JASON                                                
    Students meet pen pal home from Iraq  4/1/04 p.11
 
SNAKE ALLEY CUSTOMS                                         
    Snake Alley Customs; Marty Behan, owner  12/16/04 p.113
 
SOBCZEWSKI, CASEY                                           
    Sobszewski gives basketball team scouting punch  7/1/04
        p.124
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF HUMAN DIGNITY               
    Benefit raises $150,000 for counseling center  5/13/04 p.120
 
SOLBERG, JENNY                                              
    Solberg career resumes climb to top  8/5/04 p.131
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    SWALCO plans hazardous waste collections in county  4/29/04
        p.19
    SWALCO schedules electronics drop off  8/26/04 p.30
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON CLUB                                       
    South Barrington Club wants to expand  8/19/04 p.6
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Clock ticking on village, park district buying Klehm
        parcels  1/22/04 p.7
    Suburban swordplay  2/19/04 p.9
    District eyes land for rec center  2/19/04 p.10
    Village oks land purchase  3/18/04 p.14
    Sports complex plan takes step  4/15/04 p.8
    Village finalizes purchase of land  6/3/04 p.14
    Village officially owns 33 Klehm acres  6/17/04 p.6
    South Barrington Club wants to expand  8/19/04 p.6
    Vote set for restricted-use cricket field  11/18/04 p.6
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Clock ticking on village, park district buying Klehm
        parcels  1/22/04 p.7
    Fire destroys South Barrington home  2/5/04 p.5
    Village, park district pursuing land buys  2/5/04 p.9
    South Barrington limits construction noise  3/18/04 p.6
    Village oks land purchase  3/18/04 p.14
    Increase in fraud cases mirror national trend  3/25/04 p.9
    Sports complex plan takes step  4/15/04 p.8
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
    Village finalizes purchase of land  6/3/04 p.14
    Village officially owns 33 Klehm acres  6/17/04 p.6
    Village's bottom line looking brighter  6/17/04 p.11
    New village hall remains option for 33-acre parcel  6/24/04
        p.8
    Health education highlights carnival  7/29/04 p.14
    Fatal crash remains under investigation  8/12/04 p.12
    Cars still welcome to join South Barrington show  8/19/04
        p.10
    LaSalle Bank comes to South Barrington  9/30/04 p.98
    Vote set for restricted-use cricket field  11/18/04 p.6
    House of 81,009 lights quite a sight  12/2/04 p.7
    Move forces Ariola from South Barrington board  12/2/04 p.8
    McCombie filling Ariola's board seat  12/9/04 p.12
    South Barrington slate announces run  12/16/04 p.6
    Village board approves levy decrease  12/16/04 p.6
 
SPECK, ELLEN                                                
    Woman drowns after suffering aneurysm  7/22/04 p.14
 
SPICAK, PHIL                                                
    Devine seeks re-election against stealth opponent  10/14/04
        p.7
 
SPRING CREEK FOREST PRESERVE                                
    Conservationists tackling huge restoration project  9/16/04
        p.8
 
SPRINGER, ED                                                
    Reagle appoints attorney despite setback in court  1/22/04
        p.7
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Friends helping friends  2/12/04 p.89
    The most priestly priest  3/4/04 p.5
    Hundreds celebrate life, legacy of Father Dillon  3/11/04
        p.9
    Annie's Attic sale may set record  6/24/04 p.5
    LaFarge targets lifelong learners  9/9/04 p.9
    Making music is his ministry  11/25/04 p.7
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Honor roll  1/22/04 p.24
    Whooping cough strikes schools  5/27/04 p.5
    Book character takes kids on trips  5/27/04 p.23
    St. Anne alive with The Sound of Music  7/15/04 p.7
    Correction to story of 7/15/04  7/22/04 p.6
    Honor roll  12/9/04 p.36
    St. Anne operation keeping kids warm  12/23/04 p.5
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Children remembered  12/16/04 p.8
 
STARKEY, LINDA                                              
    Starkey puts off appointing trustee  2/26/04 p.10
    Starkey stepping down  4/15/04 p.5
 
STEFFEN, MARK                                               
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
 
STEJSKAL, ALLAN                                             
    Curse Breaker Inc.; Allan and Pattie Stejskal, owners 
        8/26/04 p.101
 
STEJSKAL, PATTIE                                            
    Curse Breaker Inc.; Allan and Pattie Stejskal, owners 
        8/26/04 p.101
 
STEPHENSON, SEAN                                            
    A lesson in positive thinking  3/18/04 p.27
 
STEVEN, MICHAEL                                             
    Facilispace, Sandy and Michael Steven, owners  10/21/04
        p.109
 
STEVEN, SANDY                                               
    Facilispace, Sandy and Michael Steven, owners  10/21/04
        p.109
 
SULLIVAN, ED, JR.                                           
    Party supports Sullivan after driving plea  8/12/04 p.18
    Sullivan, Shepherdson face off in 51st District  10/14/04
        p.8
    Rep. Sullivan seeks to regain license  10/28/04 p.11
    Sullivan overcomes nasty campaign  11/4/04 p.9
 
SUTTER, JAKI                                                
    Sutter nets 2 in playoff opener 5/27/04 p.123
 
SWANSON, CHARLIE                                            
    Gymnastics coach wins twice  4/1/04 p.107
 
SYCLO                                                       
    Syclo, Richard Padula, owner  12/23/04 p.91
 
TALASHEK, TOM                                               
    One of a kind  8/12/04 p.123
 
TALLEY, KRISTIE                                             
    Parents, bus company agree to settle lawsuit  1/8/04 p.8
 
TALON DEVELOPMENT                                           
    Office complex or school?  8/19/04 p.5
    District 220 suing to acquire land  9/9/04 p.5
    Land use proposals underwhelm panel  9/16/04 p.10
    Talon make [sic] new pitch to plan commission  10/21/04 p.12
    Panel opposes office building project  11/25/04 p.11
 
TANG, GREG                                                  
    Math made simple  11/18/04 p.27
 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING                                     
    Benefits of TIF use starting to show  11/11/04 p.113
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Vote gives push for amendment to constitution  3/25/04 p.7
    Tax-relief measure signed as new assessments soar  7/22/04
        p.8
    Harper plans higher levy despite tax cap  11/4/04 p.12
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Trustees:  utility taxes good for downtown  1/29/04 p.5
    District 220 still considering fall tax referendum  6/17/04
        p.12
    Schools requesting tax hike  7/15/04 p.5
    Telecommunications tax extended another 16 years  8/12/04
        p.8
    Library asking residents for money to add space  8/26/04 p.8
    Suit targets TIF district  9/23/04 p.14
    Benefits of TIF use starting to show  11/11/04 p.113
    District 220 approves levy hike for 2004  12/16/04 p.6
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Board cools to lease tax  1/22/04 p.12
    Tax board warns of late fall bills  1/29/04 p.14
    Annual tax sale  3/25/04 p.96
    County sends reassessments  9/2/04 p.12
    Tax hikes hit Cook residents hard  10/14/04 p.5
    School district not benefiting from tax objection payment 
        10/28/04 p.8
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment changes  3/18/04 p.119
    Quadrennial assessment roll  10/21/04 p.L2
    Delinquencies  10/28/04 p.108
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    County seeks support for sales tax increase  1/22/04 p.12
    Sales tax hike would fund roadwork  3/4/04 p.22
    Sales tax hike for Lake roads loses  3/18/04 p.11
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    No road referendum on November ballot  9/2/04 p.107
    School district not benefiting from tax objection payment 
        10/28/04 p.8
    Lake County unlikely to pursue property tax assessment
        freeze  10/28/04 p.9
 
TAXATION--PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                           
    County sends reassessments  9/2/04 p.12
 
TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    Village board approves levy decrease  12/16/04 p.6
 
TAXATION--TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                 
    Tower Lakes seeking tax hike  8/12/04 p.8
    Tower Lakes proceeding with tax rate hike request  8/26/04
        p.8
    Tax rate hike would let village balance budget  10/14/04 p.9
 
TEENS FOR TEENS                                             
    The satisfaction of giving  12/2/04 p.23
 
THE CANTEEN (RESTAURANT)                                    
    The Canteen; Sam Roumeliotis, owner  1/15/04 p.89
 
THE MAIL ROOM                                               
    The Mail Room; Toni Fruscella, owner  7/15/04 p.115
 
THEME II GRILLS & THINGS (RESTAURANT)                       
    Theme II Grills & Things; Yoon Shin & Mijin Cho, owners 
        10/14/04 p.109
 
THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB                                    
    Revamped Thunderbird adding new clubhouse  3/25/04 p.8
 
TILLES, CHRIS                                               
    Huntington Learning Center; Dave & Chris Tilles; owners 
        1/29/04 p.91
 
TILLES, DAVE                                                
    Huntington Learning Center; Dave & Chris Tilles; owners 
        1/29/04 p.91
 
TOLL BROTHERS                                               
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
 
TOMLINSON, JOHN                                             
    Tomlinson belonged to Golden Age of Broncos basketball 
        1/29/04 p.101
    Short and bittersweet  1/29/04 p.101
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    North Barrington nixes Tower Lakes police pact  1/1/04 p.8
    State grant will help village hall gain space  4/29/04 p.11
    Tower Lakes dedicates first village flag  6/24/04 p.6
    Tower Lakes seeking tax hike  8/12/04 p.8
    Tower Lakes proceeding with tax rate hike request  8/26/04
        p.8
    Tower Lakes appoints trustee  9/9/04 p.8
    New rules recommended for cell towers, tear-downs  9/23/04
        p.28
    Tax rate hike would let village balance budget  10/14/04 p.9
    Referendum defeat will likely result in higher fees 
        11/4/04 p.10
    Tower Lakes board gets another fresh face  11/25/04 p.11
 
TOWNSAGER, JONATHAN                                         
    Barrington lad just grins 'n' bares it  9/23/04 p.B3
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Commuter parking deck considered  3/11/04 p.6
    Lake-Cook crossing closing for five days  7/15/04 p.6
    Train horn deadline might be extended  11/25/04 p.14
 
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD                                      
    New trees must go:  railroad officials say  6/3/04 p.10
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Santa gets requests for more than toys  12/16/04 p.11
 
UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY                            
    University Center could open next fall  9/16/04 p.115
 
VAN HAGEN, GEORGE                                           
    Research reveals 32 locals died in Civil War  11/18/04 p.5
 
VANDERPOEL, TOM                                             
    CFC leader's work honored  12/9/04 p.22
 
VANDERVENTER, MARY ELLEN                                    
    Sabonjian takes issue with recorder's efficiency  10/14/04
        p.116
 
VEHE FARM                                                   
    Children's Farm Day at Vehe  7/29/04 p.6
    Vehe restoration earns award  12/9/04 p.10
 
VETERAN'S MEMORIAL PARK                                     
    Research reveals 32 locals died in Civil War  11/18/04 p.5
 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS 7708                               
    Research reveals 32 locals died in Civil War  11/18/04 p.5
 
VILLAGE BAKERY AND CAFé                                     
    Bakers work overtime to fill paczki orders  2/26/04 p.8
 
VILLAGE THEATRE                                             
    It's curtains for Village Theatre  3/18/04 p.B3
    Patrons alarmed by misconstrued closing  3/25/04 p.B7
 
VOGEL, AARON                                                
    Reservist yearning for return to normalcy  5/27/04 p.5
 
VOLUNTEER OPTOMETRIC SERVICE FOR HUMANITY                   
    Sight for Swaziland  1/8/04 p.11
 
VONDERHAAR, JEAN                                            
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
 
WADIN, PAUL                                                 
    Kids using lemon aid to help fight asthma  8/26/04 p.10
 
WADIN, MEGAN                                                
    Kids using lemon aid to help fight asthma  8/26/04 p.10
 
WAGNER, JOY                                                 
    Patient's class helps others with MS get fit  4/22/04 p.5
 
WALBAUM, HERBERT                                            
    Herbert Walbaum, popular area realty owner, dies at 94 
        10/14/04 p.10
 
WALGREEN COMPANY                                            
    Walgreens will make stores more accessible  7/8/04 p.102
 
WALLER, MICHAEL J.                                          
    State's attorney race puts Waller, Jacobs  10/14/04 p.114
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
 
WAMBERG, TOM                                                
    Wamberg project moves another step toward reality  3/4/04
        p.10
    Engineers won't consider bypass for Wamberg project 
        3/18/04 p.8
 
WAR                                                         
    Fallen warriors  5/27/04 p.99
 
WARZAK, DENISE                                              
    Teen working to benefit nature center visitors  9/2/04 p.18
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    IEPA oks expansion  8/26/04 p.12
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Objections to drainage district annexation grow  4/15/04 p.8
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
    IEPA oks expansion  8/26/04 p.12
    Lake Barrington, township appeal IEPA permit decision 
        9/9/04 p.8
    Truce near in battle with sewage plant  12/16/04 p.7
    An environmental victory  12/30/04 p.5
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Most of Barrington area stays above flood waters  5/27/04
        p.9
    Flood mosquitoes pesty but not lethal  6/10/04 p.9
    Annoyance level at 10-year high  6/10/04 p.9
 
WELLNESS PLACE AUXILIARY                                    
    Gala evening raises more than $500,000 for Wellness Place 
        10/14/04 p.30
 
WERNER, AUSTIN                                              
    Additional charges filed against accused vandals  7/8/04
        p.13
    Vandals must pay for damage  8/12/04 p.14
 
WEST NILE VIRUS                                             
    Flood mosquitoes pesty but not lethal  6/10/04 p.9
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Village opposes development  2/12/04 p.6
    Group against putting school near wetland  2/26/04 p.9
    Township opposes possible school site  3/18/04 p.12
    Taxation without representation  3/25/04 p.5
    Lake Barrington trustee backs drainage district annexation 
        4/8/04 p.9
    Objections to drainage district annexation grow  4/15/04 p.8
    Drainage district won't annex area for now  4/22/04 p.7
    Drainage district annexation put on hold  4/29/04 p.7
    Willow Creek Church seeks to fill 3 wetlands  9/2/04 p.28
 
WHISTON, GWENDOLYN                                          
    Suit targets TIF district  9/23/04 p.14
 
WHITE CEMETERY                                              
    Settler finally gets his tombstone back  11/11/04 p.5
    Township wants tombstone vandalism at White buried 
        11/18/04 p.9
 
WHITE MEMORIAL CEMETERY                                     
    Vandals disrespect cemetery's dead  6/24/04 p.5
 
WHOOPING COUGH (DISEASE)                                    
    County warns of pertussis  7/15/04 p.14
 
WIGHT REALTY GROUP                                          
    Retail center could replace CartonCraft headquarters 
        3/18/04 p.9
 
WILLEUMIER, BOB                                             
    Retiring firefighter revered by peers  9/2/04 p.9
 
WILLOW CREEK ALPACAS                                        
    Willow Creek Alpacas; Steve Hoffman, owner  3/18/04 p.7
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Willow Creek baptizes 400  7/1/04 p.10
    Willow Creek Church seeks to fill 3 wetlands  9/2/04 p.28
    Build it bigger, more will come  9/16/04 p.7
    Willow Creek preparing state-of-the-art Christmas  12/23/04
        p.9
 
WIPPER, JIM                                                 
    Cremation claims heat up Lake coroner race  10/7/04 p.20
 
WOLFF, BARBARA                                              
    Owner:  My land is not for sale  3/4/04 p.11
    Fire district targeting new site  3/11/04 p.5
 
WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER (WINGS)                      
    A true community effort  4/22/04 p.7
    WINGS benefit ride nears $20,000  6/24/04 p.108
    WINGS fall fund-raiser set for Saturday  8/26/04 p.11
    WINGS safe house nears completion  11/18/04 p.116
    Kids become scavengers for needy family  12/23/04 p.7
 
WOODLAND SCHOOL                                             
    Putting a smile on their faces  12/23/04 p.23
 
WOODS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    Clock ticking on village, park district buying Klehm
        parcels  1/22/04 p.7
    Village, park district pursuing land buys  2/5/04 p.9
    District eyes land for rec center  2/19/04 p.10
    Village oks land purchase  3/18/04 p.14
    Sports complex plan takes step  4/15/04 p.8
    Woods developer closes on land sale  4/29/04 p.6
    Village finalizes purchase of land  6/3/04 p.14
    Village officially owns 33 Klehm acres  6/17/04 p.6
 
WORKSHOP OF BARRINGTON                                      
    Workshop of Barrington; Mike Scholl, owner  4/8/04 p.95
 
WYNSTONE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Wynstone gets ok to bow hunt deer  11/25/04 p.9
    Thinning deer heard fuels emotions  12/2/04 p.5
 
YEAR-IN-REVIEW                                              
    2004 top stories  12/30/04 p.7
    2004 top stories  12/30/04 p.10
    2004 top sports stories  12/30/04 p.105
 
YELLOW RIBBON SUPPORT GROUP                                 
    Churches join effort to help soldiers  6/3/04 p.11
    Correction to story of 6/3/04  6/10/04 p.6
 
YU, ANGELA                                                  
    No slowing her down  11/25/04 p.123
 
ZARNDT, ANGELICA                                            
    Farm stand has seen healthier days  9/2/04 p.7
 
ZARNDT, ELMER                                               
    Farm stand has seen healthier days  9/2/04 p.7
 
ZAROSI, GERALDINE                                           
    Couple [Zarosi] marks 50 years  9/30/04 p.95
 
ZAROSI, ROBERT                                              
    Couple [Zarosi] marks 50 years  9/30/04 p.95
 
ZENDER, ANNETTE                                             
    Psychologist under fire  7/29/04 p.5

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