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Barrington Courier-Review Index 2003

ABBATE, JOSEPH                                              
    Abbate to take Shotts' board seat  9/4/03 p.5
 
ABBOTT FARM                                                 
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Driver ticketed in fatal crash  1/9/03 p.6
    Pilot blames engine failure for crash  1/9/03 p.7
    No injuries in school bus mishap on slick road  2/6/03 p.11
    Underage driver critically hurt; charged with DUI  5/22/03
        p.14
    Accident leaves family in grief  6/12/03 p.9
    She [Kelly McKinnell] lived life to the fullest  7/3/03 p.7
    City tragedy has suburbs grieving  7/3/03 p.7
    McKinnell's family suing porch owner  7/10/03 p.6
    Another suit filed in porch collapse case  7/17/03 p.14
    Driver escapes injury when truck rolls over  9/18/03 p.14
    Man lives after truck crushes car  10/16/03 p.8
 
ADCO VAN & STORAGE                                          
    Fire District wants to grab Adco land  5/22/03 p.11
 
ADLER, ANGIE                                                
    Pair try to spotlight law they championed  1/2/03 p.11
 
AEROTEC                                                     
    Graham's trial to begin in November  2/27/03 p.6
 
AIDS (DISEASE)                                              
    The language of prevention  5/29/03 p.77
 
AIR POLLUTION                                               
    Getting irritated by the air  8/7/03 p.16
    Asthmatic runner keeps going in spite of bad air  8/7/03
        p.16
    Counties' air quality get poor marks  8/7/03 p.17
    How to curb air pollution  8/7/03 p.21
 
AL-AZHAR ISLAMIC FOUNDATION                                 
    Islamic group converting home into cultural center  3/20/03
        p.9
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Sending a message  1/23/03 p.23
    Underage driver critically hurt; charged with DUI  5/22/03
        p.14
 
ALDEN OF BARRINGTON, LLC.                                   
    Governor's Park sold to the Alden Group  12/18/03 p.102
 
ALEXIAN BROTHERS                                            
    Turning to Madison Avenue  8/14/03 p.89
 
ALLISON, CURTIS M.                                          
    Board unified on Irvin's successor  5/29/03 p.5
    Village manager vows to stay out of politics  7/31/03 p.5
    Allison on the hot seat  10/2/03 p.5
    Allison paid to go away  10/9/03 p.5
    The chain of events  10/9/03 p.5
    Board refutes rumors about manager's firing  10/16/03 p.12
 
ALS (DISEASE)                                               
    Baseball players helping battle ALS  5/8/03 p.9
 
AMERICAN HARVEST COOKING SCHOOL                             
    American Harvest Cooking School; David Koelling, owner 
        1/30/03 p.91
 
AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                                    
    Post 158 earns top seed for district playoffs  7/17/03 p.108
    Top-seeded Post 158 hosts district final 4  7/24/03 p.100
 
ANDERSON, CYNTHIA                                           
    Area woman sharing her craft to better life of poor in
        Mexico  7/31/03 p.9
 
ANDERSSON, CRAIG                                            
    Skating on thin ice  4/3/03 p.103
 
ANIMAL HOUSE SHELTER                                        
    Shelter rescues, reforms animals  5/22/03 p.93
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Dogs have their day at forest preserves  11/6/03 p.91
    Troublesome tenants  5/1/03 p.83
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Animal lovers angered by traps  5/8/03 p.5
    New animal control rules viewed as a positive step  5/8/03
        p.5
    LBS owners pay for trapping  5/8/03 p.8
    Shelter rescues, reforms animals  5/22/03 p.93
    No more welcome mat [Canada geese]  7/10/03 p.8
    We've created a goose Mecca  7/10/03 p.9
    Village not sure if deer are a problem  8/28/03 p.5
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    South Barrington disconnects 83 acres  4/17/03 p.6
    Frustrated developers unsure of next moves  5/22/03 p.9
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
    Judge tossing out developer's lawsuit  10/2/03 p.12
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Hajosts mark diamond anniversary  3/6/03 p.87
    Counseling service [Family Service of Barrington Area]
        marking 35 years  5/8/03 p.6
    St. Anne School turns 75  5/29/03 p.6
    Book review club [Barrington Area Book Review Club] marks
        50 years of stimulating reading  5/29/03 p.10
    Cutting Hall to celebrate 75th  9/11/03 p.B3
    Chuck Hines [40th anniversary]  10/30/03 p.33
 
APPEL, GENE, REV.                                           
    Associate pastor joining Willow Creek  2/27/03 p.6
 
ARDENTE, JOHN                                               
    South Barrington asks for summary judgment  3/13/03 p.6
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
 
ARIE, JAMES                                                 
    Barrington taps new fire chief  3/6/03 p.5
 
ARIE, JIM                                                   
    New fire chief living a dream  4/24/03 p.7
 
ARJMAN, DARIO                                               
    Mikey's Pizza Kitchen; Dario Arjmand, owner  12/25/03 p.87
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACETRACK)                                  
    Bringing back fans Arlington's priority  5/15/03 p.36
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Students meet Michelangelo  1/9/03 p.21
    Learning to weave a tale  2/27/03 p.23
    Glad they were born here  10/30/03 p.29
 
AVLON PROPERTY                                              
    South Barrington disconnects 83 acres  4/17/03 p.6
 
AZNAVOORIAN, ANI                                            
    Homecoming concert for cellist  1/9/03 p.B3
 
BACHNER, DON                                                
    Church adds Stephen Ministry leader  5/8/03 p.96
 
BAGGETT, RICHARD                                            
    Tower Lakes loses, gains a trustee  10/23/03 p.6
 
BALLARD, KATE                                               
    Super saddler  9/4/03 p.83
 
BALLENGER, ANDREW                                           
    Man admits using credit card number to defraud  5/22/03 p.14
 
BARBARA B. ROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                           
    Kids reach out to give the needy a holiday meal  11/27/03
        p.5
 
BARKER, GEORGE                                              
    Pilot blames engine failure for crash  1/9/03 p.7
 
BARNES AND NOBLE                                            
    Book store celebrating release of newest Harry Potter story
        6/19/03 p.8
    Fans jam store for Harry Potter's latest adventure  6/26/03
        p.12
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Runners stand out as school's best  10/23/03 p.123
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Spicer's serves give Fillies jump on Eagles  11/6/03 p.116
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Students hope war protest sends message  3/13/03 p.11
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    School nurse is ready to serve country  2/6/03 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    For the love of art  6/12/03 p.B3
 
BARRINGTON AREA BOOK REVIEW CLUB                            
    Book review club marks 50 years of stimulating reading 
        5/29/03 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Public Works director earns Carol Beese Award of Merit 
        2/6/03 p.9
    Area charities announce holiday wish list  12/4/03 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Reagle heading BACOG board  7/10/03 p.6
    BACOG has concerns about expansion of sewage treatment
        plant  11/13/03 p.18
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Realtors backing annual garden walk for BACOA  6/26/03 p.9
    BACOA, Harper trying to meet seniors' quest for education 
        7/31/03 p.10
    BACOA names seniors to annual Hall of Fame  8/7/03 p.35
    Seniors join forces to lift morale of troops in Iraq 
        11/20/03 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Area charities announce holiday wish list  12/4/03 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Jewel Tea work temporarily stopped  12/18/03 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Area libraries awarded grants  1/23/03 p.84
    Friends of the Library stocked for book sale  2/20/03 p.5
    Library already conforms with internet filtering law 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Book sale a gigantic success  7/17/03 p.9
    Gigantic book sale this weekend  10/30/03 p.6
    Library board eyeing building expansion  4/24/03 p.7
    Hard drive histories  4/24/03 p.73
 
BARRINGTON AREA SOCCER ASSOCIATION                          
    BASA aims to build indoor soccer fields  7/3/03 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    United Way helping coordinate volunteerism  1/16/03 p.11
    Barrington Area United Way keeping independent status 
        11/13/03 p.10
    United Way's Endorf to retire  12/4/03 p.8
    United Way thrilled with 2002 campaign  4/24/03 p.14
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Rotarians welcome chance to experience foreign view 
        12/4/03 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Baseball renaissance comes to end  6/12/03 p.112
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Broncos hang on for first win in MSL West  12/25/03 p.93
    Family man  4/24/03 p.95
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Seeger's summer passing by quickly  7/17/03 p.110
    Keeping up with the Fillies  11/6/03 p.113
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Stingy defense pays off in hockey team's first title 
        3/6/03 p.103
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (LACROSSE CLUB)                          
    Bronco lacrosse team advances to semifinals  5/29/03 p.97
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Start the celebration  10/23/03 p.121
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM TEAM)                              
    One more time  12/18/03 p.115
    Divers plunge to top-3 sweep at Lake County meet  12/25/03
        p.94
    Kleyn helps Barrington take fourth at meet  1/16/03 p.101
    Same old story  2/20/03 p.107
    Broncos go crazy at Barrington Sectional swim meet  2/27/03
        p.99
    Seniors' finish is picture perfect  3/6/03 p.103
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Champs spread around points  3/27/03 p.103
    Broncos make best of what they brought to relays  5/8/03
        p.115
    Broncos cashes in its chances to win first MSL crown 
        5/22/03 p.107
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Masterson's rise almost Jordan-esque  5/1/03 p.108
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    McArthur, Monek collect more medals at MSL meet  2/6/03
        p.109
    McArthur returns to Barrington with regional title  2/13/03
        p.112
    McArthur defeats familiar for berth Downstate  2/20/03 p.108
    McArthur advances to semifinals at Moore/Prettyman  12/4/03
        p.113
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Two Strausses better than one  2/20/03 p.110
 
BARRINGTON CAREER CENTER                                    
    More jobless turn to Career Center  2/27/03 p.9
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    No holiday break for them  1/2/03 p.8
    Herrmann may be on the move  1/9/03 p.5
    School board will have new makeup  1/9/02 p.5
    Herrmann is staying  1/16/03 p.5
    District may choose their own holidays  1/16/03 p.7
    Students being asked to give District advice  1/16/03 p.8
    Tonniges leaves school board  1/16/03 p.10
    Spaces available for District 220 focus groups  1/23/03 p.10
    High school putting report cards online  1/30/03 p.7
    District 220 unaffected by new law helping military
        recruiters  1/30/03 p.9
    Slew of fund-raisers set  1/30/03 p.21
    Oliver appointed to school board  2/13/03 p.5
    Grove Avenue, Sunny Hill getting air conditioning  2/13/03
        p.10
    District 220 revamping summer school  2/20/03 p.5
    Pool of substitute teachers swelling  2/27/03 p.12
    Substitute teacher criteria not difficult  2/27/03 p.13
    District 220 may add programs to assist struggling students
        3/6/03 p.5
    District 220 approves new student fees  3/6/03 p.6
    District 220 candidates air views at forum  3/13/03 p.12
    School avoiding war talk  3/27/03 p.5
    Raises approved for employees  3/27/03 p.6
    Economy slowing enrollment growth  3/27/03 p.14
    Freeman, Church, Battle prevail in District 220  4/3/03 p.9
    Etzel will lead school board  4/10/03 p.9
    State gives District 220 strong financial rating  4/17/03
        p.10
    District in line for Title I funds  4/17/03 p.10
    District 220 won't tolerate hazing  5/22/03 p.5
    District 220 to launch new programs  5/22/03 p.6
    District 220 administrators taking on expanded roles 
        5/22/03 p.8
    Fashion designer featured at foundation fund-raiser  6/5/03
        p.9
    Rowley happy to come home for event  6/5/03 p.9
    District 220 contract talks to last through summer  6/5/03
        p.10
    School board oks improvement funds  6/12/03 p.6
    District 220 outlines academic milestones  6/26/03 p.7
    Policy makes all types of hazing unacceptable  7/17/03 p.5
    District 220 sells unused property  7/17/03 p.6
    District 220 passes tentative budget  7/17/03 p.10
    Tight school space not a big worry for residents  7/17/03
        p.11
    Air conditioning tops District 220 work  7/24/03 p.7
    Tentative deal struck in District 220  7/31/03 p.7
    District 220 marks 30 years of unity  8/21/03 p.7
    Proceeds from District 220 foundation double  8/21/03 p.7
    Board ratifies deal with teachers  8/21/03 p.8
    How much is too much  8/28/03 p.7
    Schools experience calm opening  8/28/03 p.8
    District 220 names new administrator  9/4/03 p.6
    District 220 getting funds to assist at-risk students 
        9/4/03 p.8
    Bus service files for bankruptcy  9/18/03 p.5
    District 220 unlikely to take stance on community center 
        9/18/03 p.9
    School year lengthened by a day  9/25/03 p.6
    District 220 earns communications awards  9/25/03 p.6
    District 220 budget up 7.9 percent  9/25/03 p.7
    District 220 staying out of Jewel Tea debate  9/25/03 p.10
    Board defends Battle's vote on Jewel Tea letter  10/2/03
        p.14
    District 220 running out of room for garbage  10/9/03 p.8
    District 220 getting help with finances  10/23/03 p.6
    District 220 enrollment growing faster than expert
        anticipated  10/23/03 p.8
    District 220 wants stronger bullying policy  10/30/03 p.7
    Policy specifies felons can't help in classrooms  11/6/03
        p.24
    District 220 test scores on the rise  11/13/03 p.5
    District 220 identifies possible site for construction of
        new school  11/20/03 p.8
    Nine schools on repair list  12/4/03 p.5
    Schools benefit from defunct French exchange program 
        12/4/03 p.8
    New board policy defines bullying  12/11/03 p.14
    District 220 expects 4 percent levy increase  12/25/03 p.6
    Seven vying to contribute in District 220  3/20/03 p.7
    Strategic plan progressing  4/24/03 p.10
    District 220 begins contract talks  4/24/03 p.10
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire District close to buying property for third station 
        5/15/03 p.9
    Fire District wants to grab Adco land  5/22/03 p.11
    New location sought for Lake Barrington station  6/12/03 p.5
    Search for fire station site gets frustrating  8/7/03 p.11
    Fire District pursuing temporary station site  8/21/03 p.11
    BCFPD seeking trustee successor  9/4/03 p.12
    Temporary site for new fire station  10/23/03 p.6
    Fire lieutenants weary of waiting for raises  10/23/03 p.10
    A failure to communicate?  10/30/03 p.5
    Fire officers may unionize  11/20/03 p.5
 
BARRINGTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                            
    District 220 contract talks to last through summer  6/5/03
        p.10
    Tentative deal struck in District 220  7/31/03 p.7
    Board ratifies deal with teachers  8/21/03 p.8
 
BARRINGTON FARMS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                  
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies bide their time in opening victory  2/20/03 p.109
    Not half bad  12/25/03 p.91
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Kerns captures her fourth state golf berth  10/16/03 p.121
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Gymnasts make return to finals  2/27/03 p.99
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (LACROSSE CLUB)                          
    Loving the game  6/19/03 p.109
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Taking a fresh look  5/22/03 p.105
    Giving blank stares  5/1/03 p.105
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Two for one  5/29/03 p.93
    Extra drama  6/12/03 p.111
    Twite catches fire at AFA tourney  7/17/03 p.109
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Cast of characters carry Fillies to own invite title 
        10/16/03 p.124
    Fillies comfortable with 12th MSL title in a row  11/6/03
        p.115
    A cut above  11/27/03 p.101
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Fillies look picture perfect at MSL  10/16/03 p.121
    Tennis team surprises with 6th at State meet  11/6/03 p.117
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Fiduccia proves she's prepared  5/8/03 p.115
    Fiduccia is distance runners' best pal  5/22/03 p.106
    Runners return from Wisconsin with pair of titles  10/30/03
        p.133
    Numbers add up to back-to-back wins  11/6/03 p.115
    Worth the wait in gold  11/13/03 p.137
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies extend their MSL title streak to four  10/30/03
        p.131
    Back to Normal:  Fillies make repeat trip to State 
        11/13/03 p.140
    Two for the show  11/20/03 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Barrington taps new fire chief  3/6/03 p.5
    Firemen learning new ropes  6/12/03 p.10
    New fire chief living a dream  4/24/03 p.7
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Obsuszt named athletic director  1/16/03 p.12
    Enjoying a little play time  1/16/03 p.23
    BHS considering having Fillies become Broncos  1/23/03 p.9
    Sending a message  1/23/03 p.23
    Group wants to renovate stadium  2/6/03 p.11
    Fashion show celebrates diversity  2/13/03 p.27
    What freedom means  2/20/03 p.23
    High school getting set to stage Les Miserables  2/27/03 p.7
    Students jump to action during lock-down drill  3/6/03 p.11
    Differing views on war voiced at concert  3/27/03 p.7
    Artist uses chalk, talk to inspire kids  4/3/03 p.25
    BHS singers achieve international acclaim  4/10/03 p.8
    Counselor's humanitarian efforts earn state honor  4/10/03
        p.10
    Students want Filly nickname retained  5/8/03 p.9
    First Barrington 500 a learning experience  5/8/03 p.11
    Nutritious lunches high in calories  5/15/03 p.7
    Vending machines profitable, but hurt diet  5/15/03 p.7
    Class of 2003 has its moment  6/5/03 p.7
    Graduating class  6/5/03 p.13
    Artist conveys American Pride  6/5/03 p.25
    Foundation dedicates physics playground  6/12/03 p.6
    DeYoung will miss raw energy of school  6/12/03 p.7
    Student honored for first video and it's all a blur 
        6/12/03 p.13
    Science experiment sets off sprinkler, BHS classroom
        suffers water damage  7/10/03 p.10
    Sanchez consumed by Bronco football  8/21/03 p.113
    Parents propose stadium renovations  9/4/03 p.6
    Donations sought to fund students' documentary  9/11/03 p.14
    Homecoming week brings out school spirit  10/2/03 p.5
    Homecoming queen stunned by selection  10/9/03 p.5
    Annual powder puff game played for a good cause  10/9/03
        p.14
    Students want break in traffic  10/9/03 p.27
    A more fulfilling career  10/23/03 p.27
    Planning for the future  11/13/03 p.33
    Tour of houses boosts after-prom activities  11/20/03 p.12
    Honor roll  11/20/03 p.18
    Off and running  11/27/03 p.23
    Schools benefit from defunct French exchange program 
        12/4/03 p.8
    BHS will renovate kitchen this summer  12/11/03 p.6
    Kids see they really will use math  12/18/03 p.23
    Students send holiday gifts to city kids  12/25/03 p.9
    Students go to the tape to promote recycling  5/1/03 p.8
    Barrington 500 first stadium fund-raiser  5/1/03 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HILLS CONSERVATION TRUST                         
    Barrington Hills group to protect land  4/3/03 p.6
    Farm land protected from development  12/4/03 p.11
 
BARRINGTON HILLS RIDING CLUB                                
    Ride-a-thon to assist conservation  5/15/03 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Pilot blames engine failure for crash  1/9/03 p.7
    Low density main issue in Barrington Hills  3/6/03 p.7
    Barrington Hills group to protect land  4/3/03 p.6
    Coin flip may decide third winner in Barrington Hills 
        4/3/03 p.10
    Luck ends up on Horne's side  4/10/03 p.5
    Panel near decision on Wamberg project  4/17/03 p.13
    Panel puts conditions on Wamberg project  5/22/03 p.8
    Shelter rescues, reforms animals  5/22/03 p.93
    Traffic issues at top of Wamberg project  6/5/03 p.10
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    District 220 sells unused property  7/17/03 p.6
    Treasurer's report  8/14/03 p.96
    Barrington Hills cops probing burglaries  8/21/03 p.14
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village examining its backup power  9/18/03 p.14
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
    Road to be dedicated Sunday  9/25/03 p.106
    A failure to communicate?  10/30/03 p.5
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
    Cops probing home invasion  10/30/03 p.26
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
    Graham trial slated to begin next month  11/13/03 p.6
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
    Farm land protected from development  12/4/03 p.11
    Police working toward national accreditation  12/4/03 p.13
    Woman found dead in lake  12/11/03 p.5
    Islamic group converting home into cultural center  3/20/03
        p.9
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    National championship blows Hurricanes' way  7/31/03 p.109
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    Barrington Junior Women buying bikes for Safety Town 
        1/30/03 p.10
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Lions Club's mission visible at golf event  4/17/03 p.12
 
BARRINGTON MEMORIAL PARK                                    
    Funding for Memorial Park gets big boost  5/22/03 p.5
    Golf tourney will help build Barrington Memorial Park 
        6/26/03 p.14
    Memorial Park to be dedicated September 11  9/4/03 p.5
    Honoring everyday heroes  9/18/03 p.7
    Groundbreaking set for Memorial Park  4/24/03 p.6
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Daughter in charge while mom serves U.S.  6/5/03 p.5
    Schools benefit from defunct French exchange program 
        12/4/03 p.8
    Honor roll  12/18/03 p.24
    Students show support for troops  4/10/03 p.27
    Honor roll  4/10/03 p.28
    Teacher ending long fun 39-year ride  5/29/03 p.5
    Family relieved Navy nurse back in the U.S.  7/3/03 p.14
    Commander ma'am is back  10/2/03 p.7
    Students catch case of Cubs fever  10/16/03 p.7
    Author's adventures captivate kids  11/6/03 p.23
    Breakfast with veterans gives students educational serving 
        11/13/03 p.8
    Honor roll  4/24/03 p.18
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Station boys bring home first title  6/5/03 p.120
    Schools benefit from defunct French exchange program 
        12/4/03 p.8
    Take a breath and relax  2/6/03 p.25
    Honor roll  3/6/03 p.26
    Events bring World War II to life  5/8/03 p.23
    Author's adventures captivate kids  11/6/03 p.23
    Schmechtig helping school renovate courtyard  12/11/03 p.101
    Students bring holiday cheer to Governor's Park residents 
        12/18/03 p.9
    Honor roll  5/1/03 p.27
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Jewel Tea demolition targeted for July  5/15/03 p.11
    Village wants action on Jewel Tea  6/5/03 p.5
    Commission gives more time for Jewel Tea plan  6/12/03 p.8
    Reluctant officials agree to discuss Jewel Tea idea 
        6/12/03 p.9
    Board says no to community center  6/19/03 p.5
    Demonstrators want demolition  6/26/03 p.5
    Master plan changed to show space for park  6/26/03 p.5
    Jewel Tea hearing will resume July 8  6/26/03 p.14
    Jewel Tea issue back to village board  7/10/03 p.11
    Days numbered for Gray Lady  7/17/03 p.5
    Park District near contract for Jewel Tea demolition 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Park board searching for successor to Welch  9/11/03 p.11
    Rometty named to park board  9/18/03 p.10
    Contract to demolish Jewel Tea coming  9/25/03 p.6
    District 220 staying our of Jewel Tea debate  9/25/03 p.10
    Contract awarded for Jewel Tea demolition  10/2/03 p.10
    State says Gray Lady can go  10/23/03 p.5
    Community center architect only interested in Jewel Tea
        property  11/13/03 p.32
    Another plea being made to save Jewel Tea  11/27/03 p.11
    Park board moving ahead with Jewel Tea demolition  12/4/03
        p.9
    Gray Lady starts tumbling down  12/11/03 p.5
    Jewel Tea work temporarily stopped  12/18/03 p.7
    Sides at impasse over Jewel Tea fate  12/25/03 p.5
 
BARRINGTON POLO FOR CHARITIES                               
    Top polo players competing in fight against breast cancer 
        7/17/03 p.10
    Polo challenge generates $65,000 for breast cancer  7/31/03
        p.14
 
BARRINGTON SADDLERY                                         
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  4/24/03 p.85
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Molzahn leads BSC to 3rd at senior championships  8/7/03
        p.121
 
BARRINGTON TAILOR SHOP                                      
    Barrington Tailor Shop; Gary and Jolly Dandona, owners 
        11/20/03 p.101
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Delinquencies  1/16/03 p.98
    2-year delinquent tax list  10/2/03 p.119
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY                           
    Bus service files for bankruptcy  9/18/03 p.5
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Church seeking donation of grand piano  1/2/03 p.10
    Methodist Church to open this weekend  2/27/03 p.6
    Easter marks new beginning for BUMC  4/17/03 p.7
    Medical privacy laws testing patience of clergy  6/26/03
        p.11
    BUMC to have some fun five years after fire  10/2/03 p.11
 
BARRINGTON VILLAGE CHORALE                                  
    Village Chorale going to Prague  8/14/03 p.12
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE                             
    The Nutcracker takes stage starting Friday  12/4/03 p.12
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    BYS receives $10,000 grant  1/9/03 p.6
    Agency's clients stressed about economic hardship  2/27/03
        p.11
    $5,000 grant helping BYS mentor Hispanics  12/4/03 p.14
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Benefits stalling talks with cops  1/2/03 p.5
    Smiddy running for trustee  1/2/03 p.10
    Special counsel says Reagle cannot get rid of legal firms 
        1/9/03 p.8
    Bily taking his case to trial  1/9/03 p.14
    Consultant will be used in manager search  1/16/03 p.5
    Critics give Reagle an earful  1/16/03 p.7
    Inverness looking into hiring own cops  1/23/03 p.7
    Workers undecorate the village  1/23/03 p.11
    Reagle's lawyer asked to give written opinion  1/30/03 p.9
    Band's fans putting hula hoops on signs  1/30/03 p.12
    Public Works director earns Carol Beese Award of Merit 
        2/6/03 p.9
    Cook Street developers given more time to secure tenants 
        2/13/03 p.8
    June 30 deadline set for Inverness to decide on cops 
        2/13/03 p.11
    Inverness hires ex-Palatine chief to study police service 
        2/20/03 p.9
    Village nixes Burpee land deal  2/27/03 p.5
    Videotape gives cops lead on bank robber  2/27/03 p.5
    New police pact brings sighs of relief  2/27/03 p.7
    Stricken officer settles lawsuit against village  3/6/03
        p.14
    Weak economy increasing squeeze on village budget  3/13/03
        p.5
    Towns ready to respond to disaster  3/27/03 p.7
    Veterans see protests as misguided efforts  3/27/03 p.9
    Candidates agree civility needs to return to Barrington
        board  3/27/03 p.10
    Village helping plant sale upsets merchants  3/27/03 p.13
    A deal for Motor Werks  3/27/03 p.91
    Barrington trustee race is no contest  4/3/03 p.5
    Burger business targeting former Dairy Queen site  4/10/03
        p.10
    Board, Reagle hope to put business first  4/10/03 p.11
    Board salutes Dunn's service, sense of humor  4/17/03 p.8
    Panel near decision on Wamberg project  4/17/03 p.13
    Study:  separate police force cheaper  4/17/03 p.99
    Police study gets mixed reviews  5/8/03 p.13
    Houlihan's wants Barrington-area location  5/8/03 p.103
    Residents fuming over flooding  5/15/03 p.5
    Panel puts conditions on Wamberg project  5/22/03 p.8
    Board unified on Irvin's successor  5/29/03 p.5
    Honoring America's fallen heroes  5/29/03 p.7
    Village wants action on Jewel Tea  6/5/03 p.5
    New Metra station dedicated  6/5/03 p.6
    Traffic issues at top of Wamberg project  6/5/03 p.10
    Another Catlow deal falters  6/12/03 p.5
    Hearing postponed in drug death case  6/12/03 p.6
    Commission gives more time for Jewel Tea plan  6/12/03 p.8
    Reluctant officials agree to discuss Jewel Tea idea 
        6/12/03 p.9
    Board says no to community center  6/19/03 p.5
    Inspirational Relay for Life raises $278,000  6/19/03 p.5
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Police issue splits Inverness as deadline nears  6/19/03
        p.11
    Monkeypox not viewed as a serious threat here  6/19/03 p.14
    Treasurer's report  6/19/03 p.104
    Demonstrators want demolition  6/26/03 p.5
    Master plan changed to show space for park  6/26/03 p.5
    Plenty of fun in store at Fourth of July fest  6/26/03 p.8
    Realtors backing annual garden walk for BACOA  6/26/03 p.9
    Jewel Tea hearing will resume July 8  6/26/03 p.14
    Inverness keeping Barrington police  7/3/03 p.5
    Area experiencing fewer thefts  7/10/03 p.5
    Residents enjoy fun-filled Fourth  7/10/03 p.7
    Jewel Tea issue back to village board  7/10/03 p.11
    Group hopes concert series boosts business  7/10/03 p.12
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    RSVP's may be coming down  7/10/03 p.14
    Days numbered for Gray Lady  7/17/03 p.5
    Sidewalk Days offering sensational sales  7/24/03 p.7
    Village manager vows to stay out of politics  7/31/03 p.5
    Annual treasurer's report  7/31/03 p.102
    Sidewalk Days brings family home  8/7/03 p.5
    Listhartkes may yield on bike path  8/21/03 p.5
    Neighbors say Listhartke project will prove harmful 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Park District near contract for Jewel Tea demolition 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Memorial Park to be dedicated September 11  9/4/03 p.5
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Businesses surviving sidewalk repairs  9/11/03 p.5
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Plaza builders still expect to break ground this year 
        9/11/03 p.10
    Honoring everyday heroes  9/18/03 p.7
    Listhartke project earns board's ok  9/25/03 p.5
    Allison on the hot seat  10/2/03 p.5
    Allison paid to go away  10/9/03 p.5
    The chain of events  10/9/03 p.5
    Community invited to join CROP walk  10/9/03 p.6
    Residents getting some relief  10/9/03 p.7
    Striking haulers, garbage firms go to mediation  10/9/03 p.7
    Reagle mulling new lawsuit  10/9/03 p.10
    Freight crossing will be closed for construction  10/9/03
        p.12
    Reagle ready to sue board again  10/16/03 p.5
    Garbage fees likely going up  10/16/03 p.8
    Board refutes rumors about manager's firing  10/16/03 p.12
    Correction to story of 10/16/03  10/23/03 p.6
    Lawler serving as village manager until April 2005 
        10/30/03 p.5
    Reagle doubts budget figures  11/6/03 p.5
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
    Reagle still leaning toward suing board  11/13/03 p.5
    Fire officers may unionize  11/20/03 p.5
    Village clarifying when staff can work, play golf  11/20/03
        p.7
    Village manager dispute heats up  11/27/03 p.5
    Ringing up taxes for consumers  11/27/03 p.7
    Santa's early arrival draws big crowd  12/4/03 p.5
    Holiday helpers  12/4/03 p.91
    Living up to tradition  12/11/03 p.7
    Reagle views his authority being usurped  12/11/03 p.7
    Fire truck replaces reindeer at event  12/11/03 p.10
    Supply of flu vaccine quickly dwindling  12/11/03 p.11
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  12/18/03 p.6
    Board won't pay Reagle's legal fees  12/18/03 p.11
    Barrington adopts $2.9 million tax levy  12/25/03 p.6
    2003 top 10 stories  12/25/03 p.7
    Judge throws out most of mayor's suit  12/25/03 p.9
    Board votes to pay village attorney  3/20/03 p.10
    Sales tax losses strike all areas  4/24/03 p.5
    Groundbreaking set for Memorial Park  4/24/03 p.6
    Burger King stops serving Barrington  5/1/03 p.5
    Board veto overrides irritate Reagle  5/1/03 p.5
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    Rowley to launch new book in Chicago  11/13/03 p.6
    Barrington native pens swell ways to liven up the holidays 
        12/11/03 p.8
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Sharing stories about landmarks  4/10/03 p.85
    Benson pens area's history  10/2/03 p.9
 
BATTLE, BRIAN                                               
    Freeman, Church, Battle prevail in District 220  4/3/03 p.9
    Board defends Battle's vote on Jewel Tea letter  10/2/03
        p.14
 
BAUER, JEREMY                                               
    Scout's project stocks food pantry  4/24/03 p.23
 
BEAN, MELISSA                                               
    Challenger files to face Crane in March primary  12/18/03
        p.10
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Beaubien gets GOP leadership role  1/16/03 p.6
    Crane, Beaubien running again  12/11/03 p.6
    Reagle taking on Beaubien  12/18/03 p.10
 
BECK LAKE DOG FRIENDLY AREA                                 
    Dogs have their day at forest preserves  11/6/03 p.91
 
BENSON, BARBARA                                             
    Benson pens area's history  10/2/03 p.9
 
BERKOWITZ, MIKE                                             
    Developer clears obstacle to erect offices  10/16/03 p.7
 
BICYCLING                                                   
    Cyclist goes for dirt and gravel trail  10/30/03 p.9
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Trustee wants public access to club in exchange for use of
        village land  1/16/03 p.9
    Land swap idea with club sinks under much resistance 
        1/30/03 p.10
    Feedback requested on wastewater issue  3/13/03 p.6
    North Barrington approves Biltmore proposal  4/3/03 p.6
 
BILY, WILLIAM                                               
    Bily taking his case to trial  1/9/03 p.14
    Bily claims mistreatment while in police custody  1/23/03
        p.8
    Judge rules cops did not coerce Bily's statements  3/6/03
        p.12
    Judge blames Bily for officer's death  5/8/03 p.14
 
BLAIR, CRISTY                                               
    Bone 'Jour; Cristy Blair, owner  4/17/03 p.95
 
BOAND, JOSHUA                                               
    Men accused of allowing teen to die  1/30/03 p.5
    Boand pleads not guilty in overdose death of girl  2/13/03
        p.12
    Hearing postponed in drug death case  6/12/03 p.6
    Prosecutor says suspect in girl's death won't get break to
        testify against pal  9/18/03 p.9
 
BOG THEATRE                                                 
    It's curtains for Bog Theatre  5/29/03 p.B3
 
BOLCHAZY, LADISLAUS                                         
    Balchazy-Carducci Publishers; Ladislaus and Marie Balchazy,
        owners  1/2/03 p.B3
 
BOLCHAZY, MARIE CARDUCCI                                    
    Balchazy-Carducci Publishers; Ladislaus and Marie Balchazy,
        owners  1/2/03 p.B3
 
BOLCHAZY-CARDUCCI PUBLISHERS                                
    Balchazy-Carducci Publishers; Ladislaus and Marie Balchazy,
        owners  1/2/03 p.B3
 
BONE 'JOUR                                                  
    Bone 'Jour; Cristy Blair, owner  4/17/03 p.95
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                       
    Scouts earning Eagle badges  11/27/03 p.6
    Scout's project stocks food pantry  4/24/03 p.23
 
BRATCHER, J.D.                                              
    Inverness hires ex-Palatine chief to study police service 
        2/20/03 p.9
 
BREAUX, MIKE, REV.                                          
    Willow Creek Church selects new minister  7/24/03 p.6
 
BREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Harper trustees delay president's retirement plans  9/4/03
        p.26
 
BROBERG MARSH                                               
    Marsh melodies  5/22/03 p.81
 
BRONCOJACK'S (RESTAURANT)                                   
    Bronco Jack's opens after small fire Monday  1/30/03 p.5
 
BURGER KING (RESTAURANT)                                    
    Burger King stops serving Barrington  5/1/03 p.5
 
BURPEE COMPANY                                              
    Village nixes Burpee land deal  2/27/03 p.5
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Sales tax losses strike all areas  4/24/03 p.5
    Merchants seeing anti-French sentiment  4/10/03 p.7
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Balchazy-Carducci Publishers; Ladislaus and Marie Balchazy,
        owners  1/2/03 p.B3
    Coaching Consortium; Kris Ziele, owner  1/2/03 p.77
    Correction to story of 1/2/03  1/9/03 p.6
    Interior Makeovers by Redesign; Joanne Wallace, owner 
        1/16/03 p.89
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  1/23/03 p.89
    American Harvest Cooking School; David Koelling, owner 
        1/30/03 p.91
    Mephisto; Natalya Kesel and Ben Kuznetsov, owners  2/6/03
        p.97
    Junk Warehouse; Lori O'Callaghan and Heidi Flanagan, owners
        2/13/03 p.99
    Fancy Art, George Vodin, owner  3/6/03 p.89
    Out'a Sight Storage Barn, Chip Walterman, owner  3/13/03
        p.91
    Tastefully Yours; David and Karrin DaBoll, owners  4/10/03
        p.95
    Bone 'Jour; Cristy Blair, owner  4/17/03 p.95
    Kurt Saphir Pianos, Dennis Saphir, owner  6/5/03 p.107
    Clark/Bardes changes name  6/5/03 p.108
    Lake Barrington Academy of Stars; Noreen Stass, owner 
        6/12/03 p.99
    The economy of nuts  [Home Economist]  6/19/03 p.91
    Onion Pub & Brewery; Patrick, John and Mike Kainz, owners 
        6/26/03 p.93
    The Cherished Home; Pam Urban, owner  7/17/03 p.93
    Esporta Illinois; Jerry Libit, owner  7/24/03 p.89
    Ultimate Kitchen Designs; Larry Lambert, owner  7/31/03 p.10
    Silk 'n Things; Rosemary Pickett, owner  7/31/03 p.93
    Forrest Press; Nick Olker, owner  8/7/03 p.105
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  8/14/03 p.97
    Tootsies, Nick Fletcher, owner  8/21/03 p.99
    Kaladi's; Antonio Morel, owner  8/28/03 p.95
    Gallery 219  9/4/03 p.91
    Wickstrom Ford; Colin Wickstrom, owner  9/11/03 p.93
    Chuck Hines; Gary Hines, owner  9/18/03 p.109
    Baron of Barrington bows out of automobile business 
        9/25/03 p.9
    A Touch of Amish; Lynn Rice, owner  9/25/03 p.99
    Hollis Brothers; Steve and Dave Hollis, owners  10/2/03
        p.109
    Spartanics; Sam Willits, owner  10/9/03 p.101
    Farming lifestyle evolves into bountiful business  10/16/03
        p.9
    Scooter's; Jerry Garbis, owner  10/16/03 p.109
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  10/23/03 p.107
    Chuck Hines [40th anniversary]  10/30/03 p.33
    GK Development, Inc.; Garo Kholamian, owner  10/30/03 p.111
    The ID Store; Dan Sherry, owner  11/13/03 p.113
    Barrington Tailor Shop; Gary and Jolly Dandona, owners 
        11/20/03 p.101
    G. Whiz; Jan Cunningham, owner  11/27/03 p.93
    Cocoa du Jour; Terry Garner and Beth Dudzinski; owners 
        12/4/03 p.101
    Clarke's Bakery & Deli; Leone & Matthew Clarke, owners 
        12/18/03 p.101
    Mikey's Pizza Kitchen; Dario Arjmand, owner  12/25/03 p.87
    Society's Child Toys & Dolls; Stuart Peek, owner  3/20/03
        p.93
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  4/24/03 p.85
    Kelsey Road House; Beverly Langer, owner  5/1/03 p.93
 
BYLINA, STEVEN                                              
    Bylina's pledge:  back to basics  11/6/03 p.9
 
CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN (RESTAURANT)                       
    California Pizza Kitchen opening Deer Park site  5/29/03 p.9
 
CANCER (DISEASE)                                            
    Year-round awareness [breast cancer]  10/16/03 p.11
 
CAPRIGNO, JEFFREY M.                                        
    Man found beaten to death  10/16/03 p.5
    Police continue to gather evidence in murder case  11/6/03
        p.32
 
CARMEL CORSAIRS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                             
    Solan leads Corsairs to first state trophy  12/4/03 p.116
 
CARPENTER, BOB                                              
    Carpenter leaves special mark on BHS  7/10/03 p.109
 
CARTER, BONNIE T.                                           
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
 
CARVER, CURT                                                
    Village administrator gets 10 percent pay hike  8/21/03 p.5
 
CARY COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT 26              
    Annual financial statement  11/20/03 p.C16
 
CATLOW THEATER                                              
    Catlow deal may be close  2/13/03 p.5
    Another Catlow deal falters  6/12/03 p.5
    Catlow projectionist exits theater after six decades 
        9/4/03 p.9
 
CEDA NORTHWEST SELF-HELP CENTER                             
    Some food pantries running on empty  8/28/03 p.6
    Fund cuts could hurt area CEDA food pantry  12/18/03 p.90
 
CHERISHED HOME                                              
    The Cherished Home; Pam Urban, owner  7/17/03 p.93
 
CHICAGO AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY                           
    Critics:  Transportation plan lacking  9/4/03 p.11
 
CHICAGO CUBS (BASEBALL CLUB)                                
    Cubs fans reveling in magical season  10/9/03 p.9
    Students catch case of Cubs fever  10/16/03 p.7
 
CHUCK HINES                                                 
    Chuck Hines; Gary Hines, owner  9/18/03 p.109
    Chuck Hines [40th anniversary]  10/30/03 p.33
 
CHUNG, JOE                                                  
    Foundation dedicates physics playground  6/12/03 p.6
 
CHURCH WOMEN UNITED OF THE BARRINGTON AREA                  
    Barrington resident named Valiant Woman  6/5/03 p.11
 
CHURCH, JEFF                                                
    Freeman, Church, Battle prevail in District 220  4/3/03 p.9
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    CFC celebrating savanna project  6/19/03 p.12
    Restoration of savanna being celebrated  7/10/03 p.11
 
CLARK CONSULTING                                            
    Clark/Bardes changes name  6/5/03 p.108
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
 
CLARK/BARDES                                                
    Panel puts conditions on Wamberg project  5/22/03 p.8
    Clark/Bardes changes name  6/5/03 p.108
 
CLARKE, LEONE                                               
    Clarke's Bakery & Deli; Leone & Matthew Clarke, owners 
        12/18/03 p.101
 
CLARKE, MATTHEW                                             
    Clarke's Bakery & Deli; Leone & Matthew Clarke, owners 
        12/18/03 p.101
 
CLARKE'S BAKERY AND DELI                                    
    Clarke's Bakery & Deli; Leone & Matthew Clarke, owners 
        12/18/03 p.101
 
COACHING CONSORTIUM                                         
    Coaching Consortium; Kris Ziele, owner  1/2/03 p.77
    Correction to story of 1/2/03  1/9/03 p.6
 
COCOA DU JOUR                                               
    Cocoa du Jour; Terry Garner and Beth Dudzinski; owners 
        12/4/03 p.101
 
COLUMBIA (SPACE SHUTTLE)                                    
    Ex-NASA trainer recalls 3 of the lost astronauts  2/6/03
        p.102
 
CONSERVATION FOUNDATION                                     
    Farm land protected from development  12/4/03 p.11
 
CONSOLIDATED MUSIC                                          
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  10/23/03 p.107
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    County aims to sell beer, wine to golfers  5/8/03 p.108
    Neglect, mismanagement endangers forest preserves  10/30/03
        p.8
    Creek guy rescues waterway  10/30/03 p.9
    Reformers:  District needs cleanup  11/6/03 p.8
    While some see improvement, others seek separate FP board 
        11/6/03 p.8
    Effectiveness of preserve police questioned  11/6/03 p.9
    Lake County follows different police model  11/6/03 p.9
    Bylina's pledge:  back to basics  11/6/03 p.9
    Dumping forest cops not a concern to local police  11/6/03
        p.12
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Delinquencies  1/16/03 p.98
    County aims to sell beer, wine to golfers  5/8/03 p.108
    Property tax refunds awaiting claim  7/31/03 p.6
    Counties' air quality get poor marks  8/7/03 p.17
    Property tax bills may arrive this month  8/14/03 p.6
    Assessment  9/11/03 p.100
    Vanquishing a virus  4/24/03 p.11
 
COOK STREET PLAZA (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Cook Street developers given more time to secure tenants 
        2/13/03 p.8
    Plaza builders still expect to break ground this year 
        9/11/03 p.10
 
COOPER, CHARLOTTE                                           
    Pioneer's Charlotte Cooper dies from cancer  3/13/03 p.23
 
COSSUM, KELLY HARALDSON                                     
    Sidewalk Days brings family home  8/7/03 p.5
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Students still caring for troops  5/15/03 p.8
    A lot more than hot air  5/22/03 p.7
    Students learn money lessons  6/12/03 p.10
    School unity may emerge from jungle  10/2/03 p.25
 
COWBOY DREAMS OF ILLINOIS                                   
    Cowboy Dreams set to walk and roll  4/17/03 p.8
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Man found dead at nature center  7/17/03 p.12
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane, Beaubien running again  12/11/03 p.6
    Challenger files to face Crane in March primary  12/18/03
        p.10
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Bily taking his case to trial  1/9/03 p.14
    Bily claims mistreatment while in police custody  1/23/03
        p.8
    Sex abuser may have to pay victims now  1/23/03 p.12
    Cops cite 32 teens at drinking party  1/23/03 p.14
    Men accused of allowing teen to die  1/30/03 p.5
    Boand pleads not guilty in overdose death of girl  2/13/03
        p.12
    Videotape gives cops lead on bank robber  2/27/03 p.5
    Graham's trial to begin in November  2/27/03 p.6
    Sex offender must pay victims $15 million  2/27/03 p.7
    Judge rules cops did not coerce Bily's statements  3/6/03
        p.12
    Judge blames Bily for officer's death  5/8/03 p.14
    Man admits using credit card number to defraud  5/22/03 p.14
    Judge dismisses one count of involuntary manslaughter in
        teen's drug-related death  5/29/03 p.12
    Hearing postponed in drug death case  6/12/03 p.6
    Men break into Inverness home  6/12/03 p.8
    Suspects targeted home they invaded  6/19/03 p.12
    Area experiencing fewer thefts  7/10/03 p.5
    Man found dead at nature center  7/17/03 p.12
    Barrington Hills cops probing burglaries  8/21/03 p.14
    Prosecutor says suspect in girl's death won't get break to
        testify against pal  9/18/03 p.9
    Man found beaten to death  10/16/03 p.5
    Vandalism victims keeping message visible  10/23/03 p.11
    Cops probing home invasion  10/30/03 p.26
    Policy specifies felons can't help in classrooms  11/6/03
        p.24
    Police continue to gather evidence in murder case  11/6/03
        p.32
    Graham trial slated to begin next month  11/13/03 p.6
    Local man charged with criminal sexual abuse  11/13/03 p.13
    Woman found dead in lake  12/11/03 p.5
    Computers, TVs stolen from office building  12/11/03 p.13
    Graham pleads guilty to mail fraud charges  12/18/03 p.5
    Intruder takes purse, runs when confronted  5/1/03 p.12
 
CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.                                          
    Mercy's bid to build hospital a concern for Good Shepherd 
        7/31/03 p.12
 
CUB SCOUT PACK 287                                          
    And they're off  2/13/03 p.7
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Assessment changes  5/22/03 p.103
    Delinquencies  10/23/03 p.111
    Assessment  11/20/03 p.109
 
CUNNINGHAM, JAN                                             
    G. Whiz; Jan Cunningham, owner  11/27/03 p.93
 
CUSHWA, DAVID                                               
    Pedaling their way across the U.S.  5/1/03 p.7
    Father and son honored for achievement  7/10/03 p.6
 
CUSHWA, WILL                                                
    Father and son honored for achievement  7/10/03 p.6
    Pedaling their way across the U.S.  5/1/03 p.7
 
CUTTING HALL                                                
    Cutting Hall to celebrate 75th  9/11/03 p.B3
 
DABOLL, DAVID                                               
    Tastefully Yours; David and Karrin DaBoll, owners  4/10/03
        p.95
 
DABOLL, KARRIN                                              
    Tastefully Yours; David and Karrin DaBoll, owners  4/10/03
        p.95
 
DAIRY QUEEN (RESTAURANT)                                    
    Burger business targeting former Dairy Queen site  4/10/03
        p.10
 
DALUGA, JIM                                                 
    Darch picks up a running mate  1/9/03 p.12
    Barrington trustee race is no contest  4/3/03 p.5
 
DANDONA, GARY                                               
    Barrington Tailor Shop; Gary and Jolly Dandona, owners 
        11/20/03 p.101
 
DANDONA, JOLLY                                              
    Barrington Tailor Shop; Gary and Jolly Dandona, owners 
        11/20/03 p.101
 
DARCH, KAREN                                                
    Darch picks up a running mate  1/9/03 p.12
    Darch disheartened resident accusing her of campaign
        violation  1/16/03 p.14
    Barrington trustee race is no contest  4/3/03 p.5
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    Cinema coming to Deer Park Town Center  2/27/03 p.26
    California Pizza Kitchen opening Deer Park site  5/29/03 p.9
    Town Center will grow some more  9/25/03 p.5
    New stores join Town Center  12/4/03 p.104
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Lake-Cook widening set for spring  1/23/03 p.5
    Cinema coming to Deer Park Town Center  2/27/03 p.26
    Rue Vallee group waging challenge  3/13/03 p.7
    California Pizza Kitchen opening Deer Park site  5/29/03 p.9
    Vehe Farm celebration on Saturday  6/5/03 p.6
    Town Center will grow some more  9/25/03 p.5
    New mall being proposed for Deer Park  4/24/03 p.5
 
DELCORE, KEELY                                              
    Swimmer leaving mark on pool  3/13/03 p.25
 
DELLO, MARTY                                                
    Gators show Broncos' coach what he's missing  12/25/03 p.92
    Family man  4/24/03 p.95
 
DELY, GARY                                                  
    Re-enactor gives students look at life for Civil War
        soldiers  12/4/03 p.28
 
DEPARTMENT OF PASTORAL CARE OF MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES        
    There to lend an ear  6/5/03 p.97
 
DESTEFANO, JON                                              
    Lessons from tragedy  2/13/03 p.103
 
DEYOUNG, EDWARD                                             
    DeYoung will miss raw energy of school  6/12/03 p.7
 
DEYOUNG, PETER                                              
    BHS grad traveling the world to help businesses manage
        infectious diseases  5/22/03 p.10
 
DICKINSON, CHARLES                                          
    The long path to shortcut  4/10/03 p.B5
 
DIOGARDI, JAMIE                                             
    Catlow deal may be close  2/13/03 p.5
    Another Catlow deal falters  6/12/03 p.5
 
DISTRICT 220 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION                         
    Fashion designer featured at foundation fund-raiser  6/5/03
        p.9
    Rowley happy to come home for event  6/5/03 p.9
    Proceeds from District 220 foundation double  8/21/03 p.7
 
DOMKE, AMY                                                  
    New magazine tackles infertility  5/15/03 p.97
 
DOMKE, MIKE                                                 
    New magazine tackles infertility  5/15/03 p.97
 
DOUBLE Z (MUSICAL GROUP)                                    
    Still in middle school, but making a big sound  6/5/03 p.B6
 
DOUVRIS, BILL                                               
    Still in middle school, but making a big sound  6/5/03 p.B6
 
DOWN SYNDROME (DISEASE)                                     
    Letting the kids be themselves  9/11/03 p.7
 
DUCHOSSOIS, KIMBERLY                                        
    Man admits using credit card number to defraud  5/22/03 p.14
 
DUDA, FRITZ, JR.                                            
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
 
DUDZINSKI, BETH                                             
    Cocoa du Jour; Terry Garner and Beth Dudzinski; owners 
        12/4/03 p.101
 
DUNN, EMILY                                                 
    A lot like dad  6/12/03 p.89
 
DUNN, TIM                                                   
    Board salutes Dunn's service, sense of humor  4/17/03 p.8
    A lot like dad  6/12/03 p.89
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Former teacher named to State Board of Education  2/6/03
        p.14
    Lessons from tragedy  2/13/03 p.103
    A more fulfilling career  10/23/03 p.27
    School report cards released  11/6/03 p.7
    Report cards set for release Friday  12/18/03 p.12
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Residents to give input on town's leaf burning  1/2/03 p.9
    Smiddy running for trustee  1/2/03 p.10
    School board will have new makeup  1/9/02 p.5
    Darch picks up a running mate  1/9/03 p.12
    Candidates begin filing for election  1/16/03 p.12
    Darch disheartened resident accusing her of campaign
        violation  1/16/03 p.14
    Most towns have crowded elections  1/23/03 p.5
    Correction to story on 1/23/03  1/30/03 p.5
    McManus unfazed by petition challenge; Horslev drops out 
        1/30/03 p.8
    Reagle loses an ally  2/6/03 p.5
    Minton stays on Harper ballot  2/20/03 p.10
    Resident running write-in campaign  3/6/03 p.6
    Candidates focus on industrial park  3/6/03 p.7
    Low density main issue in Barrington Hills  3/6/03 p.7
    Rue Vallee group waging challenge  3/13/03 p.7
    Debate over Klehm property at heart of South Barrington
        race  3/13/03 p.8
    District 220 candidates air views at forum  3/13/03 p.12
    Candidates agree civility needs to return to Barrington
        board  3/27/03 p.10
    County invites voters to check virtual ballot  3/27/03 p.14
    [Inverness] Candidates split on police study  3/27/03 p.90
    South Barrington votes for change  4/3/03 p.5
    Barrington trustee race is no contest  4/3/03 p.5
    Freeman, Church, Battle prevail in District 220  4/3/03 p.9
    Coin flip may decide third winner in Barrington Hills 
        4/3/03 p.10
    Incumbents win in most places  4/3/03 p.10
    Luck ends up on Horne's side  4/10/03 p.5
    Village wants to keep leaf burning  4/10/03 p.9
    Crane, Beaubien running again  12/11/03 p.6
    Challenger files to face Crane in March primary  12/18/03
        p.10
    Reagle taking on Beaubien  12/18/03 p.10
    Seven vying to contribute in District 220  3/20/03 p.7
    Harper race focuses on communication  3/20/03 p.8
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Freight crossing will be closed for construction  10/9/03
        p.12
    Crossing's closure frustrates drivers  10/23/03 p.5
 
ENDORF, JOANN                                               
    United Way's Endorf to retire  12/4/03 p.8
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                             
    Critics wait for EPA's next move  8/7/03 p.9
 
ERBACH, KURT                                                
    Fans jam store for Harry Potter's latest adventure  6/26/03
        p.12
 
ESPORTA ILLINOIS                                            
    Esporta Illinois; Jerry Libit, owner  7/24/03 p.89
 
ETZEL, DEBORAH                                              
    Etzel will lead school board  4/10/03 p.9
 
EXTERMINATORS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                             
    Exterminators net another crown  7/17/03 p.107
 
FAMILY SERVICE OF BARRINGTON AREA                           
    Counseling service marking 35 years  5/8/03 p.6
    Local social service needs new space  8/7/03 p.6
    Counseling service moves  10/30/03 p.6
 
FANCY ART                                                   
    Fancy Art, George Vodin, owner  3/6/03 p.89
 
FERRANDO, SANDY                                             
    Barrington Hills woman has Mancow as her valentine  2/13/03
        p.8
 
FIDDLE CREEK (WETLANDS)                                     
    Trustee leading fight against sewage plant  9/18/03 p.11
    Village agrees waste water must be treated  11/20/03 p.5
    Concerns still surround sewage plant expansion  11/27/03 p.8
 
FIDDUCIA, CHRISTINA                                         
    Fiduccia is distance runners' best pal  5/22/03 p.106
 
FIDUCCIA, CHRISTINA                                         
    Fiduccia proves she's prepared  5/8/03 p.115
 
FIFTH THIRD BANK                                            
    RSVP's may be coming down  7/10/03 p.14
 
FIRES                                                       
    Bronco Jack's opens after small fire Monday  1/30/03 p.5
    BUMC to have some fun five years after fire  10/2/03 p.11
    Putting out the fire  3/20/03 p.5
    Burning leaves spark brush fire  5/1/03 p.12
 
FITZGERALD, PETER                                           
    Fitzgerald's decision stuns local GOP  4/17/03 p.11
 
FLANAGAN, HEIDI                                             
    Junk Warehouse; Lori O'Callaghan and Heidi Flanagan, owners
        2/13/03 p.99
 
FLETCHER, NICK                                              
    Tootsies, Nick Fletcher, owner  8/21/03 p.99
 
FLINT CREEK SAVANNA                                         
    CFC celebrating savanna project  6/19/03 p.12
    Restoration of savanna being celebrated  7/10/03 p.11
 
FOLEY, MAUREEN                                              
    Farming lifestyle evolves into bountiful business  10/16/03
        p.9
 
FOLEY, STEVE                                                
    Farming lifestyle evolves into bountiful business  10/16/03
        p.9
 
FORREST PRESS                                               
    Forrest Press; Nick Olker, owner  8/7/03 p.105
 
FOUNDLING ASSEMBLY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    Hola, salaam, shalom to 2,000  5/8/03 p.98
 
FOX POINT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Listhartkes may yield on bike path  8/21/03 p.5
    Neighbors say Listhartke project will prove harmful 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Listhartke project earns board's ok  9/25/03 p.5
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Road to be dedicated Sunday  9/25/03 p.106
 
FRACZEK, LAUREN                                             
    Taking a fresh look  5/22/03 p.105
 
FREEMAN, JUDITH                                             
    Freeman, Church, Battle prevail in District 220  4/3/03 p.9
 
FREEMAN, MOLLY                                              
    A cut above  11/27/03 p.101
 
FREITAG, CAROL                                              
    Walk will pay tribute to nurse  5/1/03 p.14
 
FRITZ DUDA COMPANY                                          
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
 
FURNITURE FOR ALL                                           
    Demand for furniture exceeding donations  1/9/03 p.7
 
G. WHIZ                                                     
    G. Whiz; Jan Cunningham, owner  11/27/03 p.93
 
GALLERY 219                                                 
    Gallery 219  9/4/03 p.91
 
GARBIS, JERRY                                               
    Scooter's; Jerry Garbis, owner  10/16/03 p.109
 
GARNER, TERRY                                               
    Cocoa du Jour; Terry Garner and Beth Dudzinski; owners 
        12/4/03 p.101
 
GENTILE, JOE                                                
    Baron of Barrington bows out of automobile business 
        9/25/03 p.9
 
GERAS, DAWN                                                 
    Pair try to spotlight law they championed  1/2/03 p.11
 
GIANNI, NANCY                                               
    Letting the kids be themselves  9/11/03 p.7
    Playhouse opening Saturday  10/23/03 p.12
    GiGi's Playhouse opens in grand style  10/30/03 p.12
 
GIARDINO, JULIE                                             
    Roslyn Road principal leaving for better job  7/3/03 p.12
 
GIBBS, ANDY                                                 
    Family gathers boxes for a worthy endeavor  11/27/03 p.9
 
GIGI'S PLAYHOUSE                                            
    Letting the kids be themselves  9/11/03 p.7
    Playhouse opening Saturday  10/23/03 p.12
    GiGi's Playhouse opens in grand style  10/30/03 p.12
 
GILBOY, JACK D.                                             
    Good Shepherd's first baby of new year an early arrival 
        1/9/03 p.9
 
GK DEVELOPMENT, INC.                                        
    GK Development, Inc.; Garo Kholamian, owner  10/30/03 p.111
 
GLAZOV, KELLY                                               
    Jewelry designer launching career, fight against diabetes 
        11/27/03 p.10
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Compromise on use of athletic fields attracts mixed support
        2/20/03 p.8
 
GLEN ACRES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Residents fuming over flooding  5/15/03 p.5
 
GOLDEN TRIANGLE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                   
    Village nixes Burpee land deal  2/27/03 p.5
 
GOLDRATH, DAVID, DR.                                        
    Medical office proposal draws ire  1/16/03 p.10
    Trustees raise questions about planning process  2/6/03 p.10
    Debate resumes tonight over medical building  3/6/03 p.10
    New opposition voiced over medical building  3/13/03 p.9
    Commission may vote on medical building tonight  4/10/03 p.5
    Panel oks construction of medical building  4/17/03 p.5
    Developer suing over plan's denial  6/5/03 p.11
    Suit against village intimidation  7/24/03 p.5
    Board willing to keep discussing medical building  8/7/03
        p.12
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
 
GONZALEZ, TEODORO                                           
    Accident leaves family in grief  6/12/03 p.9
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Good Shepherd's first baby of new year an early arrival 
        1/9/03 p.9
    Hospital honors volunteers  1/30/03 p.13
    Plan Commission oks office, condominium development 
        2/20/03 p.9
    Good Shepherd may be told no  3/13/03 p.5
    Hospital trying to lure kids to health care  7/31/03 p.7
    Mercy's bid to build hospital a concern for Good Shepherd 
        7/31/03 p.12
    Golf outing raised $117,000 for hospital  8/14/03 p.6
    Art in the Barn plants seeds for Good Shepherd's growth 
        9/25/03 p.8
    Year-round awareness [breast cancer]  10/16/03 p.11
    Hospital honors volunteers  11/6/03 p.92
    Receiving royal treatment  11/13/03 p.101
    Heart hospital ok elates officials  3/20/03 p.5
 
GORDON, HANNAH MEITES                                       
    100-year-old has spent life reinventing herself  7/31/03 p.8
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Fitzgerald's decision stuns local GOP  4/17/03 p.11
    County GOP, Dems split on additional gambling  5/15/03 p.14
    Kurtz stepping down when her term expires  9/25/03 p.10
    Drivers license bill likely will be revived  11/13/03 p.28
    Reptile enthusiasts oppose proposed ban on exotic pets 
        11/13/03 p.30
 
GOVERNOR'S PARK REHABILITATION & HEALTH CARE CENTER         
    Governor's Park sold to the Alden Group  12/18/03 p.102
 
GRAFT, BILL                                                 
    Medical office proposal draws ire  1/16/03 p.10
    Trustees raise questions about planning process  2/6/03 p.10
    New opposition voiced over medical building  3/13/03 p.9
    Commission may vote on medical building tonight  4/10/03 p.5
    Panel oks construction of medical building  4/17/03 p.5
    Developer suing over plan's denial  6/5/03 p.11
    Suit against village intimidation  7/24/03 p.5
    Board willing to keep discussing medical building  8/7/03
        p.12
    Listhartkes may yield on bike path  8/21/03 p.5
    Neighbors say Listhartke project will prove harmful 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Listhartke project earns board's ok  9/25/03 p.5
    Another win for group fighting medical building  10/30/03
        p.13
    Medical building developer resumes battle for project 
        12/11/03 p.12
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
 
GRAHAM, CLAYTON                                             
    Graham's trial to begin in November  2/27/03 p.6
    Graham trial slated to begin next month  11/13/03 p.6
    Graham pleads guilty to mail fraud charges  12/18/03 p.5
 
GRAHAM, STEVEN                                              
    Bily taking his case to trial  1/9/03 p.14
    Bily claims mistreatment while in police custody  1/23/03
        p.8
    Judge rules cops did not coerce Bily's statements  3/6/03
        p.12
    Judge blames Bily for officer's death  5/8/03 p.14
 
GRIFFITH, DALE                                              
    Former District 220 teacher conducting radio interview 
        12/11/03 p.92
 
GROOT RECYCLING & WASTE SERVICES                            
    Garbage fees likely going up  10/16/03 p.8
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove Avenue, Sunny Hill getting air conditioning  2/13/03
        p.10
    Working to hook kids on reading  3/6/03 p.25
    Obstacle course highlights 17th Grove School carnival 
        9/11/03 p.8
    Weather can't dampen Grove School carnival  9/18/03 p.12
    Kindergartners get lesson in agriculture  10/16/03 p.23
    A lesson in perseverance  12/11/03 p.23
 
GURANOVICH, STEVE                                           
    South Barrington votes for change  4/3/03 p.5
 
HADDAD, CHARLIE                                             
    Palestinian says Americans get biased view of the Middle
        East  3/20/03 p.10
 
HAGAN, MICHELLE                                             
    Operation Bunny a hit with troops' children  5/1/03 p.11
 
HAGENBRING, VERN                                            
    Plumbing supplies become holiday decorations 12/25/03 p.11
 
HAGER'S COUNTRY MARKET                                      
    Village helping plant sale upsets merchants  3/27/03 p.13
 
HAJOST, JIM                                                 
    Hajosts mark diamond anniversary  3/6/03 p.87
 
HAJOST, RITA                                                
    Hajosts mark diamond anniversary  3/6/03 p.87
 
HAMMER, BEN                                                 
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  8/14/03 p.97
 
HANDS OF HOPE                                               
    Garden Faire raises funds to fight AIDS in Africa  6/12/03
        p.11
 
HAROLD SQUARE (SHOPPING CENTER)                             
    Plaza builders still expect to break ground this year 
        9/11/03 p.10
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    On the air  1/30/03 p.B7
    Curtain rises on new venue  4/3/03 p.B5
    Harper tuition hike starts next month  5/29/03 p.11
    Fashion paradise  5/29/03 p.23
    BACOA, Harper trying to meet seniors' quest for education 
        7/31/03 p.10
    Harper may restrict trustees' email  7/31/03 p.11
    Harper to host West Nile forum tonight  8/7/03 p.5
    Pampered pooches  8/7/03 p.87
    Lifelong learning  8/21/03 p.89
    Harper tables e-mail policy vote  9/4/03 p.10
    Harper trustees delay president's retirement plans  9/4/03
        p.26
    Harper restricts email between board members  10/2/03 p.10
    Harper adopts levy  12/25/03 p.12
    Harper race focuses on communication  3/20/03 p.8
    Harper hikes tuition to help make up for revenue decline 
        4/24/03 p.8
 
HEALTH WORLD CHILDREN'S MUSEUM                              
    Kids add color to Health World  4/17/03 p.14
    Gross exhibit educates about bodily functions  10/23/03 p.7
 
HEIDEN, EARLE                                               
    Stricken officer settles lawsuit against village  3/6/03
        p.14
 
HEINZ, JOHN                                                 
    Public Works director earns Carol Beese Award of Merit 
        2/6/03 p.9
 
HEITMAN, KARL                                               
    Community center architect only interested in Jewel Tea
        property  11/13/03 p.32
 
HERRMANN, MARY                                              
    Herrmann may be on the move  1/9/03 p.5
    Herrmann is staying  1/16/03 p.5
 
HERSHMAN, SARA                                              
    Hershman modest about latest honor  7/17/03 p.108
 
HICKS, JIM                                                  
    Foundation dedicates physics playground  6/12/03 p.6
 
HILLMAN, JOEL                                               
    Jewel Tea demolition targeted for July  5/15/03 p.11
 
HINES, GARY                                                 
    Chuck Hines; Gary Hines, owner  9/18/03 p.109
    Chuck Hines [40th anniversary]  10/30/03 p.33
 
HOERER, PAUL                                                
    Men accused of allowing teen to die  1/30/03 p.5
    Boand pleads not guilty in overdose death of girl  2/13/03
        p.12
    Judge dismisses one count of involuntary manslaughter in
        teen's drug-related death  5/29/03 p.12
    Prosecutor says suspect in girl's death won't get break to
        testify against pal  9/18/03 p.9
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Local church building new facility in Hoffman Estates 
        2/6/03 p.8
    Villages nearer border agreement  3/27/03 p.11
    Towns reach deal on boundaries  4/3/03 p.11
    Clarification  [boundary agreement]  4/10/03 p.6
    South Barrington disconnects 83 acres  4/17/03 p.6
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
    South Barrington drops lawsuit against Meijer  5/1/03 p.10
 
HOLLIS BROTHERS                                             
    Hollis Brothers; Steve and Dave Hollis, owners  10/2/03
        p.109
 
HOLLIS, DAVE                                                
    Hollis Brothers; Steve and Dave Hollis, owners  10/2/03
        p.109
 
HOLLIS, STEVE                                               
    Hollis Brothers; Steve and Dave Hollis, owners  10/2/03
        p.109
 
HOLLISTER, JIM                                              
    Catlow projectionist exits theater after six decades 
        9/4/03 p.9
 
HOME ECONOMIST                                              
    The economy of nuts  [Home Economist]  6/19/03 p.91
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    They keep the doors open  10/9/03 p.91
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    They keep the doors open  10/9/03 p.91
 
HORIZON FARM                                                
    Horizon Farms closing the door to boarding and breeding
        horses  7/3/03 p.5
 
HORIZON FARMS                                               
    Farm land protected from development  12/4/03 p.11
 
HORNE, THEODORE                                             
    Coin flip may decide third winner in Barrington Hills 
        4/3/03 p.10
    Luck ends up on Horne's side  4/10/03 p.5
 
HORSES                                                      
    Horizon Farms closing the door to boarding and breeding
        horses  7/3/03 p.5
    Super saddler  9/4/03 p.83
    Horseshoes made here  9/4/03 p.83
 
HORSLEV, DAVID                                              
    McManus unfazed by petition challenge; Horslev drops out 
        1/30/03 p.8
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Hospice earns accreditation  6/26/03 p.8
    Hospice adds board members  7/3/03 p.12
    Camp gives grief-stricken kids courage  8/7/03 p.7
    Hospice hoping 10th duck race will exceed previous
        fund-raisers  8/7/03 p.8
    Hospice happy with proceeds generated by 10th duck race 
        8/14/03 p.9
    Easing the pain of death  9/11/03 p.83
    State gets low grade on providing hospice care  9/11/03 p.85
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Showing they know their geography  1/2/03 p.21
    Hough gets patriotic gift  5/8/03 p.7
    Hough hoping sale pays for new equipment  7/3/03 p.11
 
HOULIHAN'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    Houlihan's wants Barrington-area location  5/8/03 p.103
 
HOUSE OF HOPE                                               
    House of Hope expanding  3/27/03 p.6
 
HUNT, PETER                                                 
    Barrington trustee race is no contest  4/3/03 p.5
 
HYDEM, KATHRYN                                              
    Asthmatic runner keeps going in spite of bad air  8/7/03
        p.16
 
ID STORE                                                    
    The ID Store; Dan Sherry, owner  11/13/03 p.113
 
ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                    
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
    IEPA hears concerns about sewage plant adding outflow 
        9/11/03 p.10
    Still time for comment on sewage permit  10/16/03 p.6
    IEPA cites sewage treatment plant  10/23/03 p.7
    Village agrees waste water must be treated  11/20/03 p.5
    Concerns still surround sewage plant expansion  11/27/03 p.8
 
ILLINOIS HISTORIC PRESERVATION AGENCY                       
    State says Gray Lady can go  10/23/03 p.5
    Another plea being made to save Jewel Tea  11/27/03 p.11
 
INDEPENDENT WOMEN'S FOOTBALL LEAGUE                         
    The Force is with us  4/3/03 p.104
 
INFERTILITY TIMES (PERIODICAL)                              
    New magazine tackles infertility  5/15/03 p.97
 
INTERIOR MAKEOVERS BY DESIGN                                
    Interior Makeovers by Redesign; Joanne Wallace, owner 
        1/16/03 p.89
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness looking into hiring own cops  1/23/03 p.7
    Cops cite 32 teens at drinking party  1/23/03 p.14
    June 30 deadline set for Inverness to decide on cops 
        2/13/03 p.11
    Inverness hires ex-Palatine chief to study police service 
        2/20/03 p.9
    [Inverness] Candidates split on police study  3/27/03 p.90
    Study:  separate police force cheaper  4/17/03 p.99
    Police study gets mixed reviews  5/8/03 p.13
    Judge blames Bily for officer's death  5/8/03 p.14
    Police issue splits Inverness as deadline nears  6/19/03
        p.11
    Suspects targeted home they invaded  6/19/03 p.12
    Inverness keeping Barrington police  7/3/03 p.5
    Lifeguard uses skills to save life at home  7/17/03 p.12
    Village administrator gets 10 percent pay hike  8/21/03 p.5
    Man found beaten to death  10/16/03 p.5
    Police continue to gather evidence in murder case  11/6/03
        p.32
    Intruder takes purse, runs when confronted  5/1/03 p.12
 
ISRAEL, P. DENISE                                           
    Out to make a difference  10/9/03 p.11
 
ITAMI, SARA                                                 
    Recycling kimonos  4/17/03 p.B5
 
J.D. BRATCHER AND ASSOCIATES                                
    Inverness hires ex-Palatine chief to study police service 
        2/20/03 p.9
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Jewel Tea demolition targeted for July  5/15/03 p.11
    Village wants action on Jewel Tea  6/5/03 p.5
    Commission gives more time for Jewel Tea plan  6/12/03 p.8
    Reluctant officials agree to discuss Jewel Tea idea 
        6/12/03 p.9
    Board says no to community center  6/19/03 p.5
    Demonstrators want demolition  6/26/03 p.5
    Master plan changed to show space for park  6/26/03 p.5
    Jewel Tea hearing will resume July 8  6/26/03 p.14
    Jewel Tea issue back to village board  7/10/03 p.11
    Days numbered for Gray Lady  7/17/03 p.5
    Park District near contract for Jewel Tea demolition 
        8/28/03 p.9
    District 220 unlikely to take stance on community center 
        9/18/03 p.9
    Contract to demolish Jewel Tea coming  9/25/03 p.6
    District 220 staying our of Jewel Tea debate  9/25/03 p.10
    Contract awarded for Jewel Tea demolition  10/2/03 p.10
    Board defends Battle's vote on Jewel Tea letter  10/2/03
        p.14
    State says Gray Lady can go  10/23/03 p.5
    Community center architect only interested in Jewel Tea
        property  11/13/03 p.32
    Another plea being made to save Jewel Tea  11/27/03 p.11
    Park board moving ahead with Jewel Tea demolition  12/4/03
        p.9
    Gray Lady starts tumbling down  12/11/03 p.5
    Jewel Tea work temporarily stopped  12/18/03 p.7
    Sides at impasse over Jewel Tea fate  12/25/03 p.5
 
JIM HICKS-JOE CHUNG PHYSICS LEARNING LAB                    
    Foundation dedicates physics playground  6/12/03 p.6
 
JOHNSON, SIDNEY                                             
    Sidney Johnson, book store owner, dies  3/6/03 p.23
 
JUNK WAREHOUSE                                              
    Junk Warehouse; Lori O'Callaghan and Heidi Flanagan, owners
        2/13/03 p.99
 
KAINZ, JOHN                                                 
    Onion Pub & Brewery; Patrick, John and Mike Kainz, owners 
        6/26/03 p.93
 
KAINZ, MIKE                                                 
    Onion Pub & Brewery; Patrick, John and Mike Kainz, owners 
        6/26/03 p.93
 
KAINZ, PATRICK                                              
    Onion Pub & Brewery; Patrick, John and Mike Kainz, owners 
        6/26/03 p.93
 
KALADI'S                                                    
    Kaladi's; Antonio Morel, owner  8/28/03 p.95
 
KARON, JOYCE                                                
    Former teacher named to State Board of Education  2/6/03
        p.14
 
KELLEY, DANIELLE                                            
    Operation Bunny a hit with troops' children  5/1/03 p.11
 
KELSEY ROAD HOUSE (RESTAURANT)                              
    Kelsey Road House; Beverly Langer, owner  5/1/03 p.93
 
KENSEL, ROBERT, LT.                                         
    Area men among those killed in Korea  7/24/03 p.10
 
KERNS, CAROLINE                                             
    Kerns captures her fourth state golf berth  10/16/03 p.121
    Kerns wraps up one-of-a-kind career  10/23/03 p.125
 
KESEL, NATALYA                                              
    Mephisto; Natalya Kesel and Ben Kuznetsov, owners  2/6/03
        p.97
 
KHOLAMIAN, GARO                                             
    GK Development, Inc.; Garo Kholamian, owner  10/30/03 p.111
 
KIRBY, GALEN R.                                             
    Local man charged with criminal sexual abuse  11/13/03 p.13
 
KIRK, PAUL                                                  
    Principal picked for Roslyn Road  7/31/03 p.5
 
KLEHM PROPERTY                                              
    South Barrington asks for summary judgment  3/13/03 p.6
    Debate over Klehm property at heart of South Barrington
        race  3/13/03 p.8
    Towns reach deal on boundaries  4/3/03 p.11
    Clarification  [boundary agreement]  4/10/03 p.6
    Concerned about conflict, Pecora won't participate in Klehm
        votes  6/19/03 p.10
    New committee hopes to meet with Klehm property developer 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Village trying to settle with Klehm developer  8/14/03 p.9
    South Barrington update set for Monday  9/4/03 p.6
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
    South Barrington mediation delayed  10/9/03 p.6
    Settling Klehm case remains village's goal  10/30/03 p.7
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
    Attorney still sees merit in fighting Klehm lawsuit 
        3/20/03 p.5
 
KLEYN, ZACH                                                 
    Kleyn helps Barrington take fourth at meet  1/16/03 p.101
 
KOCH, JULIE                                                 
    Not half bad  12/25/03 p.91
 
KOELLING, DAVID                                             
    American Harvest Cooking School; David Koelling, owner 
        1/30/03 p.91
 
KOREAN WAR                                                  
    50 years and counting  7/24/03 p.8
    Those who served haven't forgotten  7/24/03 p.9
    Area men among those killed in Korea  7/24/03 p.10
 
KOSTICK, DIANE                                              
    Teacher ending long fun 39-year ride  5/29/03 p.5
 
KRISTOF, JACK                                               
    Resident's efforts letting troops celebrate holiday with
        hot dogs  7/3/03 p.10
 
KRISTOF, RYAN                                               
    Resident's efforts letting troops celebrate holiday with
        hot dogs  7/3/03 p.10
 
KUDLA, JOHN                                                 
    Kudla resigns as trustee  4/3/03 p.12
 
KURT SAPHIR PIANOS                                          
    Kurt Saphir Pianos, Dennis Saphir, owner  6/5/03 p.107
 
KURTZ, ROSEMARY                                             
    Kurtz stepping down when her term expires  9/25/03 p.10
 
KUZNETSOV, BEN                                              
    Mephisto; Natalya Kesel and Ben Kuznetsov, owners  2/6/03
        p.97
 
LABUTE, NEIL                                                
    A disquieting voice  5/8/03 p.B5
 
LAKE BARRINGTON ACADEMY OF STARS                            
    Lake Barrington Academy of Stars; Noreen Stass, owner 
        6/12/03 p.99
 
LAKE BARRINGTON MEDICAL ARTS                                
    Medical office proposal draws ire  1/16/03 p.10
    Debate resumes tonight over medical building  3/6/03 p.10
    New opposition voiced over medical building  3/13/03 p.9
    Commission may vote on medical building tonight  4/10/03 p.5
    Panel oks construction of medical building  4/17/03 p.5
    Board rejects office building proposals  5/8/03 p.12
    Frustrated developers unsure of next moves  5/22/03 p.9
    Developer suing over plan's denial  6/5/03 p.11
    Schofield vetoes measure denying medical building  7/10/03
        p.10
    Suit against village intimidation  7/24/03 p.5
    Board willing to keep discussing medical building  8/7/03
        p.12
    Judge tossing our developer's lawsuit  10/2/03 p.12
    Another win for group fighting medical building  10/30/03
        p.13
    Medical building developer resumes battle for project 
        12/11/03 p.12
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
 
LAKE BARRINGTON PROFESSIONAL BUILDINGS                      
    Developer clears obstacle to erect offices  10/16/03 p.7
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Animal lovers angered by traps  5/8/03 p.5
    New animal control rules viewed as a positive step  5/8/03
        p.5
    LBS owners pay for trapping  5/8/03 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Medical office proposal draws ire  1/16/03 p.10
    Trustees raise questions about planning process  2/6/03 p.10
    Plan Commission oks office, condominium development 
        2/20/03 p.9
    Candidates focus on industrial park  3/6/03 p.7
    Debate resumes tonight over medical building  3/6/03 p.10
    New opposition voiced over medical building  3/13/03 p.9
    Village plans review of land use policies  4/3/03 p.8
    Commission may vote on medical building tonight  4/10/03 p.5
    Panel oks construction of medical building  4/17/03 p.5
    Board rejects office building proposals  5/8/03 p.12
    Frustrated developers unsure of next moves  5/22/03 p.9
    Fire District wants to grab Adco land  5/22/03 p.11
    Developer suing over plan's denial  6/5/03 p.11
    New location sought for Lake Barrington station  6/12/03 p.5
    Schofield vetoes measure denying medical building  7/10/03
        p.10
    Suit against village intimidation  7/24/03 p.5
    Board willing to keep discussing medical building  8/7/03
        p.12
    Residents want sewage out of creek  8/14/03 p.5
    Fire District pursuing temporary station site  8/21/03 p.11
    Developer balking at village's request to fill retention
        basins  9/11/03 p.9
    Trustee leading fight against sewage plant  9/18/03 p.11
    Judge tossing our developer's lawsuit  10/2/03 p.12
    Developer clears obstacle to erect offices  10/16/03 p.7
    Temporary site for new fire station  10/23/03 p.6
    Village mulling police expansion  10/23/03 p.10
    Another win for group fighting medical building  10/30/03
        p.13
    Developer, village at odds over detention pond work 
        11/13/03 p.9
    BACOG has concerns about expansion of sewage treatment
        plant  11/13/03 p.18
    Developer suing for return of cash, defamation  11/27/03
        p.11
    Medical building developer resumes battle for project 
        12/11/03 p.12
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Burning leaves spark brush fire  5/1/03 p.12
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
    Lake County follows different police model  11/6/03 p.9
 
LAKE COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT              
    Village helping plant sale upsets merchants  3/27/03 p.13
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Counties' air quality get poor marks  8/7/03 p.17
 
LAKEWOOD HOMES                                              
    Developer balking at village's request to fill retention
        basins  9/11/03 p.9
    Developer, village at odds over detention pond work 
        11/13/03 p.9
    Developer suing for return of cash, defamation  11/27/03
        p.11
 
LAMBERT, LARRY                                              
    Ultimate Kitchen Designs; Larry Lambert, owner  7/31/03 p.10
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Village plans review of land use policies  4/3/03 p.8
 
LANGER, BEVERLY                                             
    Kelsey Road House; Beverly Langer, owner  5/1/03 p.93
 
LASALLE BANK                                                
    Videotape gives cops lead on bank robber  2/27/03 p.5
 
LATHAN, RYAN                                                
    Back home just in time  12/4/03 p.7
 
LATHAN, SARAH                                               
    Back home just in time  12/4/03 p.7
 
LAW                                                         
    South Barrington amends ordinances  1/2/03 p.6
    Pair try to spotlight law they championed  1/2/03 p.11
    USA Patriot Act has libraries concerned  2/27/03 p.86
    Library already conforms with internet filtering law 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Medical privacy laws testing patience of clergy  6/26/03
        p.11
    More children meeting curfew  8/14/03 p.11
    New laws address patients' privacy  4/24/03 p.9
 
LAWLER, JEFF                                                
    Lawler serving as village manager until April 2005 
        10/30/03 p.5
 
LEAVE A LEGACY                                              
    Part of your legacy could be helping a local charity 
        8/7/03 p.10
 
LEE, BOB                                                    
    Baseball players helping battle ALS  5/8/03 p.9
    Cyclist inspired by ride in 9/11 journey of unity  9/18/03
        p.10
 
LEE, KARIN                                                  
    Can't do any better than that  11/20/03 p.29
 
LEVIN, NICOLE                                               
    Men accused of allowing teen to die  1/30/03 p.5
    Boand pleads not guilty in overdose death of girl  2/13/03
        p.12
    Judge dismisses one count of involuntary manslaughter in
        teen's drug-related death  5/29/03 p.12
    Hearing postponed in drug death case  6/12/03 p.6
    Prosecutor says suspect in girl's death won't get break to
        testify against pal  9/18/03 p.9
 
LEWANDOWSKI, JIM                                            
    Resident running write-in campaign  3/6/03 p.6
    Vandalism victims keeping message visible  10/23/03 p.11
 
LEWANDOWSKI, NOREEN                                         
    Vandalism victims keeping message visible  10/23/03 p.11
 
LIBIT, JERRY                                                
    Esporta Illinois; Jerry Libit, owner  7/24/03 p.89
 
LIFE CHANGERS INTERNATIONAL                                 
    Local church building new facility in Hoffman Estates 
        2/6/03 p.8
 
LIFESOURCE BLOOD SERVICES                                   
    LifeSource blood donor may win a car  1/2/03 p.11
 
LINDAHL, JEFF                                               
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  10/23/03 p.107
 
LINDBERG, MICHAEL, JR.                                      
    Barrington grad in northern Iraq  4/3/03 p.7
 
LIPIN, LISA                                                 
    Parent wants yo-yo ball banned  9/25/03 p.7
 
LISTHARTKE FAMILY                                           
    Listhartkes may yield on bike path  8/21/03 p.5
    Neighbors say Listhartke project will prove harmful 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Listhartke project earns board's ok  9/25/03 p.5
 
LOVATO, FRANKIE, JR.                                        
    Rockin' jockey  8/14/03 p.B3
 
LOVITT, EMILY                                               
    Loving the game  6/19/03 p.109
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Church adds Stephen Ministry leader  5/8/03 p.96
 
MACARTHUR PROPERTY                                          
    Barrington Hills, Duda go to trial Monday  9/11/03 p.7
    Village awaiting ruling on disconnection bid  9/25/03 p.12
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
 
MAGEE, MIKE                                                 
    Soccer central  3/13/03 p.105
 
MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY                                       
    Out to make a difference  10/9/03 p.11
 
MAROUS, MIKE                                                
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
 
MASTERSON, KYLE                                             
    Masterson's rise almost Jordan-esque  5/1/03 p.108
 
MATTHEWS, ASHLEY                                            
    Daughter in charge while mom serves U.S.  6/5/03 p.5
 
MATTHEWS, DAPHNE                                            
    School nurse is ready to serve country  2/6/03 p.5
    Nurse prepared to serve a year in Navy Reserve  3/27/03 p.5
    Daughter in charge while mom serves U.S.  6/5/03 p.5
    Family relieved Navy nurse back in the U.S.  7/3/03 p.14
    Commander ma'am is back  10/2/03 p.7
 
MAY, JIM                                                    
    Learning to weave a tale  2/27/03 p.23
 
MCARDLE, AMELIA                                             
    Student is a star in the saddle  5/15/03 p.29
 
MCARTHUR, ANDY                                              
    McArthur, Monek collect more medals at MSL meet  2/6/03
        p.109
    McArthur returns to Barrington with regional title  2/13/03
        p.112
    McArthur defeats familiar for berth Downstate  2/20/03 p.108
    McArthur advances to semifinals at Moore/Prettyman  12/4/03
        p.113
 
MCCOY, MAC                                                  
    Soldier's parents making care packages  4/3/03 p.7
 
MCCOY, PAT                                                  
    Soldier's parents making care packages  4/3/03 p.7
 
MCGINLEY, ROBERT                                            
    Farm land protected from development  12/4/03 p.11
 
MCGRATH, SUSAN                                              
    Part of your legacy could be helping a local charity 
        8/7/03 p.10
 
MCKEVITT, PATRICK                                           
    Horseshoes made here  9/4/03 p.83
 
MCKINNELL, KELLY                                            
    She lived life to the fullest  7/3/03 p.7
    McKinnell's family suing porch owner  7/10/03 p.6
 
MCMANUS, BRIAN, JR.                                         
    McManus unfazed by petition challenge; Horslev drops out 
        1/30/03 p.8
    Reagle loses an ally  2/6/03 p.5
 
MCVEIGH, CAITLIN                                            
    Teen an idol finalist  5/15/03 p.13
 
MEIJER                                                      
    South Barrington drops lawsuit against Meijer  5/1/03 p.10
 
MEPHISTO                                                    
    Mephisto; Natalya Kesel and Ben Kuznetsov, owners  2/6/03
        p.97
 
MERCY HEALTH SYSTEM                                         
    Mercy's bid to build hospital a concern for Good Shepherd 
        7/31/03 p.12
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE                                   
    New committee hopes to meet with Klehm property developer 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Village trying to settle with Klehm developer  8/14/03 p.9
    South Barrington update set for Monday  9/4/03 p.6
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
    South Barrington mediation delayed  10/9/03 p.6
    Village still hoping to settle with Stein  10/16/03 p.8
    Settling Klehm case remains village's goal  10/30/03 p.7
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
    Let's make a deal  12/18/03 p.5
    Out-of-court settlement puts development back on track 
        12/25/03 p.5
 
METCALF, WALTER III                                         
    Sex abuser may have to pay victims now  1/23/03 p.12
    Sex offender must pay victims $15 million  2/27/03 p.7
 
METRA                                                       
    Metra's Futurama  1/30/03 p.11
    Metra confident its plan will win  2/6/03 p.7
    New Metra station dedicated  6/5/03 p.6
 
METRO NORTHWEST HOCKEY LEAGUE                               
    Hockey team wants crown  1/30/03 p.101
 
MEYER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                    
    Computers, TVs stolen from office building  12/11/03 p.13
 
MEYER, PEGGY                                                
    Meyer named to Wisconsin Hall of Fame  9/25/03 p.118
 
MICHAEL JOSEPH FOUNDATION                                   
    Playhouse raises $3,000  10/16/03 p.13
 
MICHELOTTI PROPERTY                                         
    Clarification  [boundary agreement]  4/10/03 p.6
 
MIKEY'S PIZZA KITCHEN                                       
    Mikey's Pizza Kitchen; Dario Arjmand, owner  12/25/03 p.87
 
MILLER, LUKE                                                
    Driver ticketed in fatal crash  1/9/03 p.6
 
MINTON, MICHAEL                                             
    Minton stays on Harper ballot  2/20/03 p.10
 
MOLZAHN, EMILY                                              
    Molzhan has many reasons to celebrate  11/20/03 p.118
 
MOLZAHN, TOM                                                
    Molzahn leads BSC to 3rd at senior championships  8/7/03
        p.121
 
MONEK, JOHN                                                 
    McArthur, Monek collect more medals at MSL meet  2/6/03
        p.109
 
MONKEYPOX (DISEASE)                                         
    Monkeypox not viewed as a serious threat here  6/19/03 p.14
 
MOREL, ANTONIO                                              
    Kaladi's; Antonio Morel, owner  8/28/03 p.95
 
MORGAN STANLEY                                              
    Computers, TVs stolen from office building  12/11/03 p.13
 
MOTOR WERKS OF BARRINGTON                                   
    A deal for Motor Werks  3/27/03 p.91
 
MOX, SCOTT, DR.                                             
    Orthopedist puts CPR skills to life-saving use  7/24/03 p.14
 
MULLER, AARON                                               
    Demand for furniture exceeding donations  1/9/03 p.7
 
MULLER, ERICH                                               
    Barrington Hills woman has Mancow as her valentine  2/13/03
        p.8
 
MUNAO, FRANK                                                
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
 
MURPHY, DON                                                 
    Murphy makes art in vane  7/10/03 p.B5
 
MUTZ, EMILY                                                 
    Woman found dead in lake  12/11/03 p.5
 
NAKAZAKI, NORIKO                                            
    Nakazaki fourth at Illinois golf open  7/31/03 p.110
 
NED-PROP                                                    
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
 
NEW GENERATIONS                                             
    Sharing cultural differences  2/20/03 p.7
    Camp lets kids hone leadership skills  8/14/03 p.7
 
NIKOLA, NICK                                                
    Creek guy rescues waterway  10/30/03 p.9
 
NORGE SKI CLUB                                              
    Most towns have crowded elections  1/23/03 p.5
    Flying high  3/20/03 p.107
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Residents to give input on town's leaf burning  1/2/03 p.9
    Trustee wants public access to club in exchange for use of
        village land  1/16/03 p.9
    Land swap idea with club sinks under much resistance 
        1/30/03 p.10
    Feedback requested on wastewater issue  3/13/03 p.6
    North Barrington approves Biltmore proposal  4/3/03 p.6
    Kudla resigns as trustee  4/3/03 p.12
    Village wants to keep leaf burning  4/10/03 p.9
    Power out for more than a day in North Barrington  5/15/03
        p.5
    Unveiling of statue delayed  6/19/03 p.95
    Village not sure if deer are a problem  8/28/03 p.5
    Run Through the Woods returns to area Sunday  10/2/03 p.13
    Village mulling police expansion  10/23/03 p.10
    Plumbing supplies become holiday decorations 12/25/03 p.11
 
NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION                                
    Congress helps local defense firms  10/2/03 p.8
 
OAKWOOD FARM                                                
    Top polo players competing in fight against breast cancer 
        7/17/03 p.10
 
OBSUSZT, MIKE                                               
    Obsuszt named athletic director  1/16/03 p.12
 
O'CALLAGHAN, LORI                                           
    Junk Warehouse; Lori O'Callaghan and Heidi Flanagan, owners
        2/13/03 p.99
 
O'CONNELL, GLENN                                            
    A lot more than hot air  5/22/03 p.7
 
O'CONNOR, TIM                                               
    Another Catlow deal falters  6/12/03 p.5
 
OLIVER, SAM                                                 
    Oliver appointed to school board  2/13/03 p.5
 
OLKER, NICK                                                 
    Forrest Press; Nick Olker, owner  8/7/03 p.105
 
OMNI YOUTH SERVICES                                         
    People empowering people  9/25/03 p.91
 
ONION PUB & BREWERY                                         
    Onion Pub & Brewery; Patrick, John and Mike Kainz, owners 
        6/26/03 p.93
 
OUR TOWN BARRINGTON                                         
    Group hopes concert series boosts business  7/10/03 p.12
 
OUT'A SIGHT STORAGE BARN                                    
    Out'a Sight Storage Barn, Chip Walterman, owner  3/13/03
        p.91
 
OVERMYER, CORBIN                                            
    Driver ticketed in fatal crash  1/9/03 p.6
 
PACCIONE-RIZZO, DIANE                                       
    Children's hospital benefits from retail executive's
        efforts  11/13/03 p.116
 
PAJAKOWSKI, KIMBERLY                                        
    Local teen finalist in pageant  7/3/03 p.6
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Cutting Hall to celebrate 75th  9/11/03 p.B3
 
PALMER, RICKY                                               
    Palmer caps stellar career at state final  5/22/03 p.107
 
PALMISANO, JASON                                            
    Artist uses chalk, talk to inspire kids  4/3/03 p.25
 
PECORA,  MARY                                               
    South Barrington votes for change  4/3/03 p.5
 
PECORA, MARY                                                
    Concerned about conflict, Pecora won't participate in Klehm
        votes  6/19/03 p.10
 
PEEK, STUART                                                
    Society's Child Toys & Dolls; Stuart Peek, owner  3/20/03
        p.93
 
PEMBERTON, RODERICK S.                                      
    Man found beaten to death  10/16/03 p.5
    Police continue to gather evidence in murder case  11/6/03
        p.32
 
PERLMAN, TOBY, DR.                                          
    The language of prevention  5/29/03 p.77
 
PHELPS, DAVID                                               
    Challenger files to face Crane in March primary  12/18/03
        p.10
 
PIAGENTINI, RAY                                             
    Counselor's humanitarian efforts earn state honor  4/10/03
        p.10
    Donations sought to fund students' documentary  9/11/03 p.14
 
PICKETT, ROSEMARY                                           
    Silk 'n Things; Rosemary Pickett, owner  7/31/03 p.93
 
PINKUS, GEOFF                                               
    Crusading to help men lose weight  7/3/03 p.85
 
PIONEER PRESS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION                         
    Pioneer Foundation to sell coupon books  8/14/03 p.13
 
POAG & MCEWEN LIFESTYLE CENTERS                             
    Cinema coming to Deer Park Town Center  2/27/03 p.26
    Town Center will grow some more  9/25/03 p.5
 
POETZ, REBECCA                                              
    Poetz makes last appearance on Barrington track count 
        5/15/03 p.120
    U of I getting special kind of athlete, person  8/14/03
        p.113
 
POLICE                                                      
    Benefits stalling talks with cops  1/2/03 p.5
    Bily taking his case to trial  1/9/03 p.14
    Inverness looking into hiring own cops  1/23/03 p.7
    Bily claims mistreatment while in police custody  1/23/03
        p.8
    New police dog sniffs out crime  1/30/03 p.7
    June 30 deadline set for Inverness to decide on cops 
        2/13/03 p.11
    Inverness hires ex-Palatine chief to study police service 
        2/20/03 p.9
    New police pact brings sighs of relief  2/27/03 p.7
    South Barrington police set record for DUI arrests  3/6/03
        p.11
    Judge rules cops did not coerce Bily's statements  3/6/03
        p.12
    Stricken officer settles lawsuit against village  3/6/03
        p.14
    Study:  separate police force cheaper  4/17/03 p.99
    Police study gets mixed reviews  5/8/03 p.13
    Judge blames Bily for officer's death  5/8/03 p.14
    Police issue splits Inverness as deadline nears  6/19/03
        p.11
    Inverness keeping Barrington police  7/3/03 p.5
    Car show raises thousands for charity  9/25/03 p.11
    Village mulling police expansion  10/23/03 p.10
    Effectiveness of preserve police questioned  11/6/03 p.9
    Lake County follows different police model  11/6/03 p.9
    Dumping forest cops not a concern to local police  11/6/03
        p.12
    Police working toward national accreditation  12/4/03 p.13
    Cops enjoy taking kids Christmas shopping  12/18/03 p.7
    Police to document traffic stops in 2004  12/18/03 p.8
    Local cops prepared for new law  12/18/03 p.8
 
POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATER                                  
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
 
POPP, JOHN F., JR.                                          
    Area men among those killed in Korea  7/24/03 p.10
 
POPP, LARRY                                                 
    Those who served haven't forgotten  7/24/03 p.9
 
PRAIRIE STONE BUSINESS PARK                                 
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
 
PSZENICZKA, JOE                                             
    Still in middle school, but making a big sound  6/5/03 p.B6
 
PSZENICZKA, STAN                                            
    Still in middle school, but making a big sound  6/5/03 p.B6
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    Helping homeless people  10/2/03 p.97
 
QUEST ACADEMY                                               
    Historical quest  2/13/03 p.105
 
QUICK, CHERYL                                               
    Coin flip may decide third winner in Barrington Hills 
        4/3/03 p.10
    Luck ends up on Horne's side  4/10/03 p.5
 
RAPATA, ROBERTA                                             
    Another Catlow deal falters  6/12/03 p.5
 
REAGLE, MARSHALL                                            
    Special counsel says Reagle cannot get rid of legal firms 
        1/9/03 p.8
    Critics give Reagle an earful  1/16/03 p.7
    Reagle's lawyer asked to give written opinion  1/30/03 p.9
    Reagle loses an ally  2/6/03 p.5
    Board, Reagle hope to put business first  4/10/03 p.11
    Reagle heading BACOG board  7/10/03 p.6
    Reagle mulling new lawsuit  10/9/03 p.10
    Reagle ready to sue board again  10/16/03 p.5
    Lawler serving as village manager until April 2005 
        10/30/03 p.5
    Reagle doubts budget figures  11/6/03 p.5
    Reagle still leaning toward suing board  11/13/03 p.5
    Village manager dispute heats up  11/27/03 p.5
    Reagle views his authority being usurped  12/11/03 p.7
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  12/18/03 p.6
    Reagle taking on Beaubien  12/18/03 p.10
    Board won't pay Reagle's legal fees  12/18/03 p.11
    Judge throws out most of mayor's suit  12/25/03 p.9
    Board veto overrides irritate Reagle  5/1/03 p.5
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Trustees raise questions about planning process  2/6/03 p.10
    Cook Street developers given more time to secure tenants 
        2/13/03 p.8
    Plan Commission oks office, condominium development 
        2/20/03 p.9
    Village nixes Burpee land deal  2/27/03 p.5
    Cinema coming to Deer Park Town Center  2/27/03 p.26
    Debate resumes tonight over medical building  3/6/03 p.10
    South Barrington asks for summary judgment  3/13/03 p.6
    Debate over Klehm property at heart of South Barrington
        race  3/13/03 p.8
    New opposition voiced over medical building  3/13/03 p.9
    Towns reach deal on boundaries  4/3/03 p.11
    Commission may vote on medical building tonight  4/10/03 p.5
    Clarification  [boundary agreement]  4/10/03 p.6
    Burger business targeting former Dairy Queen site  4/10/03
        p.10
    Panel oks construction of medical building  4/17/03 p.5
    South Barrington disconnects 83 acres  4/17/03 p.6
    Panel near decision on Wamberg project  4/17/03 p.13
    Board rejects office building proposals  5/8/03 p.12
    Jewel Tea demolition targeted for July  5/15/03 p.11
    Frustrated developers unsure of next moves  5/22/03 p.9
    Village wants action on Jewel Tea  6/5/03 p.5
    Traffic issues at top of Wamberg project  6/5/03 p.10
    Developer suing over plan's denial  6/5/03 p.11
    Commission gives more time for Jewel Tea plan  6/12/03 p.8
    Reluctant officials agree to discuss Jewel Tea idea 
        6/12/03 p.9
    Board says no to community center  6/19/03 p.5
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Concerned about conflict, Pecora won't participate in Klehm
        votes  6/19/03 p.10
    Demonstrators want demolition  6/26/03 p.5
    Master plan changed to show space for park  6/26/03 p.5
    New committee hopes to meet with Klehm property developer 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Jewel Tea hearing will resume July 8  6/26/03 p.14
    Schofield vetoes measure denying medical building  7/10/03
        p.10
    Jewel Tea issue back to village board  7/10/03 p.11
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    RSVP's may be coming down  7/10/03 p.14
    Days numbered for Gray Lady  7/17/03 p.5
    Suit against village intimidation  7/24/03 p.5
    Board willing to keep discussing medical building  8/7/03
        p.12
    Village trying to settle with Klehm developer  8/14/03 p.9
    Listhartkes may yield on bike path  8/21/03 p.5
    Neighbors say Listhartke project will prove harmful 
        8/28/03 p.9
    Park District near contract for Jewel Tea demolition 
        8/28/03 p.9
    South Barrington update set for Monday  9/4/03 p.6
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Developer balking at village's request to fill retention
        basins  9/11/03 p.9
    Plaza builders still expect to break ground this year 
        9/11/03 p.10
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
    Listhartke project earns board's ok  9/25/03 p.5
    Town Center will grow some more  9/25/03 p.5
    Judge tossing our developer's lawsuit  10/2/03 p.12
    South Barrington mediation delayed  10/9/03 p.6
    Developer clears obstacle to erect offices  10/16/03 p.7
    Village still hoping to settle with Stein  10/16/03 p.8
    Officials hoping judge reverses Duda ruling  10/30/03 p.7
    Settling Klehm case remains village's goal  10/30/03 p.7
    Another win for group fighting medical building  10/30/03
        p.13
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
    Developer, village at odds over detention pond work 
        11/13/03 p.9
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
    Community center architect only interested in Jewel Tea
        property  11/13/03 p.32
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
    Another plea being made to save Jewel Tea  11/27/03 p.11
    Developer suing for return of cash, defamation  11/27/03
        p.11
    Medical building developer resumes battle for project 
        12/11/03 p.12
    Let's make a deal  12/18/03 p.5
    Sides at impasse over Jewel Tea fate  12/25/03 p.5
    Out-of-court settlement puts development back on track 
        12/25/03 p.5
    Attorney still sees merit in fighting Klehm lawsuit 
        3/20/03 p.5
    Expert says medical building would hurt area property
        values  3/20/03 p.6
    New mall being proposed for Deer Park  4/24/03 p.5
    South Barrington drops lawsuit against Meijer  5/1/03 p.10
 
RECON/OPTICAL, INC.                                         
    Congress helps local defense firms  10/2/03 p.8
 
REED, ABBY                                                  
    Spicer, Reed announce their college plans  12/18/03 p.115
 
REED, ELIZABETH D.                                          
    Barrington resident named Valiant Woman  6/5/03 p.11
 
REINCKE, JOHN                                               
    Star power  6/19/03 p.7
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    Teams still welcome to join Relay for Life  5/29/03 p.9
    Inspirational Relay for Life raises $278,000  6/19/03 p.5
 
RICE, LYNN                                                  
    A Touch of Amish; Lynn Rice, owner  9/25/03 p.99
 
RICHARDSON, KEVIN                                           
    Trustee leading fight against sewage plant  9/18/03 p.11
 
RIDDICK, FRANCESCA-CYNTHIA                                  
    A life consecrated to Christ  1/2/03 p.69
 
RIEGELMAN, ALEX                                             
    Student honored for first video and it's all a blur 
        6/12/03 p.13
 
RIGALI, MIKE                                                
    Tower Lakes loses, gains a trustee  10/23/03 p.6
 
ROADS                                                       
    Lake-Cook widening set for spring  1/23/03 p.5
    IDOT project will tie up Route 53  2/20/03 p.11
    This year's roadwork less obstructive  5/22/03 p.9
    South Barrington to improve roads  7/17/03 p.6
    Gas leak snarls Route 14 traffic  7/24/03 p.11
    Critics:  Transportation plan lacking  9/4/03 p.11
    Road to be dedicated Sunday  9/25/03 p.106
    Freight crossing will be closed for construction  10/9/03
        p.12
    Students want break in traffic  10/9/03 p.27
    Crossing's closure frustrates drivers  10/23/03 p.5
 
ROMETTY, JOHN                                               
    Rometty named to park board  9/18/03 p.10
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Parents urged to work with Roslyn principal  5/8/03 p.10
    Roslyn Road principal leaving for better job  7/3/03 p.12
    Principal picked for Roslyn Road  7/31/03 p.5
 
ROSTER, MARK                                                
    Artist conveys American Pride  6/5/03 p.25
 
ROTARY CLUB OF SOUTH BARRINGTON                             
    New Rotary Club to hold charter night  6/5/03 p.6
 
ROWLEY, CYNTHIA                                             
    Fashion designer featured at foundation fund-raiser  6/5/03
        p.9
    Rowley happy to come home for event  6/5/03 p.9
    Rowley to launch new book in Chicago  11/13/03 p.6
    Barrington native pens swell ways to liven up the holidays 
        12/11/03 p.8
 
RSVP'S RESTAURANT AND TAVERN                                
    RSVP's may be coming down  7/10/03 p.14
 
RUE VALLEE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Rue Vallee group waging challenge  3/13/03 p.7
 
RUER, SAMANTHA                                              
    Artwork takes quite a journey  5/1/03 p.23
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    Barrington Junior Women buying bikes for Safety Town 
        1/30/03 p.10
 
SALT CREEK                                                  
    Creek guy rescues waterway  10/30/03 p.9
 
SANCHEZ, JOE                                                
    Sanchez consumed by Bronco football  8/21/03 p.113
 
SAPHIR, DENNIS                                              
    Kurt Saphir Pianos, Dennis Saphir, owner  6/5/03 p.107
 
SATLOW, CHAD                                                
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  1/23/03 p.89
 
SAULS, KEN                                                  
    Former resident scaled Everest  7/24/03 p.15
 
SAVANNAH OF LAKE BARRINGTON (LAND SUBDIVISION)              
    Developer balking at village's request to fill retention
        basins  9/11/03 p.9
    Developer, village at odds over detention pond work 
        11/13/03 p.9
    Developer suing for return of cash, defamation  11/27/03
        p.11
 
SCANDINAVIAN STORE                                          
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  8/14/03 p.97
 
SCARY STORY CONTEST                                         
    Winners  10/23/03 p.B3
 
SCHEURER, WILLIAM C.                                        
    Challenger files to face Crane in March primary  12/18/03
        p.10
 
SCHMECHTIG LANDSCAPE COMPANY                                
    Schmechtig helping school renovate courtyard  12/11/03 p.101
 
SCHMECHTIG, MICHAEL                                         
    Schmechtig helping school renovate courtyard  12/11/03 p.101
 
SCHOFIELD, CONNIE                                           
    Schofield vetoes measure denying medical building  7/10/03
        p.10
 
SCHROEDER, CHRISTOPHER                                      
    Lifeguard uses skills to save life at home  7/17/03 p.12
 
SCOOTER'S (RESTAURANT)                                      
    Scooter's; Jerry Garbis, owner  10/16/03 p.109
    Burger business targeting former Dairy Queen site  4/10/03
        p.10
 
SEEGER, GARRETT                                             
    Seeger's summer passing by quickly  7/17/03 p.110
 
SEVESKA, RICH                                               
    There to lend an ear  6/5/03 p.97
 
SHERRY, DAN                                                 
    The ID Store; Dan Sherry, owner  11/13/03 p.113
 
SHOTTS, DAVID                                               
    Abbate to take Shotts' board seat  9/4/03 p.5
 
SIDNEY JOHNSON BOOKSELLER LTD.                              
    Sidney Johnson, book store owner, dies  3/6/03 p.23
 
SILK 'N THINGS                                              
    Silk 'n Things; Rosemary Pickett, owner  7/31/03 p.93
 
SIMON, CONNIE                                               
    District 220 names new administrator  9/4/03 p.6
 
SINGH, UDAY                                                 
    Sikhs honor soldier  12/25/03 p.14
 
SKOPEK ORTHODONTICS                                         
    Dentists helps kids brush up on how to care for their teeth
        2/13/03 p.9
 
SMARINSKY, BRE                                              
    Quiet Smarinsky makes loud noise with her performances 
        1/23/03 p.101
 
SMARINSKY, NANCY                                            
    Answering the call  2/6/03 p.107
 
SMIDDY, KERMIT                                              
    Smiddy running for trustee  1/2/03 p.10
 
SMITH, ROLAND                                               
    Author's adventures captivate kids  11/6/03 p.23
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF HUMAN DIGNITY               
    PHD moves Baby Closet, opens resale store  5/22/03 p.11
 
SOCIETY'S CHILD TOYS & DOLLS                                
    Society's Child Toys & Dolls; Stuart Peek, owner  3/20/03
        p.93
 
SOLAN, JOHN                                                 
    Solan leads Corsairs to first state trophy  12/4/03 p.116
 
SOTELO, ELI                                                 
    Unveiling of statue delayed  6/19/03 p.95
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Adding playing fields being opposed  1/16/03 p.11
    Compromise on use of athletic fields attracts mixed support
        2/20/03 p.8
    Decision on adding athletic [sic] fields expected next
        month  5/15/03 p.10
    Playing fields sent to plan commission  6/19/03 p.6
    Out-of-court settlement puts development back on track 
        12/25/03 p.5
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    South Barrington amends ordinances  1/2/03 p.6
    Adding playing fields being opposed  1/16/03 p.11
    Compromise on use of athletic fields attracts mixed support
        2/20/03 p.8
    South Barrington police set record for DUI arrests  3/6/03
        p.11
    South Barrington asks for summary judgment  3/13/03 p.6
    Debate over Klehm property at heart of South Barrington
        race  3/13/03 p.8
    Villages near border agreement  3/27/03 p.11
    South Barrington votes for change  4/3/03 p.5
    Towns reach deal on boundaries  4/3/03 p.11
    Clarification  [boundary agreement]  4/10/03 p.6
    New South Barrington board expects unity  4/17/03 p.5
    South Barrington disconnects 83 acres  4/17/03 p.6
    Decision on adding athletic [sic] fields expected next
        month  5/15/03 p.10
    Village plans spending cuts  5/15/03 p.22
    New Rotary Club to hold charter night  6/5/03 p.6
    Playing fields sent to plan commission  6/19/03 p.6
    South Barrington adjusts budget to slice shortfall  6/19/03
        p.8
    Concerned about conflict, Pecora won't participate in Klehm
        votes  6/19/03 p.10
    New committee hopes to meet with Klehm property developer 
        6/26/03 p.10
    South Barrington to improve roads  7/17/03 p.6
    Village to increase permit fees  7/17/03 p.6
    New facility focuses on kids' fitness  7/17/03 p.7
    Village trying to settle with Klehm developer  8/14/03 p.9
    South Barrington seeing largest property tax hike  8/28/03
        p.10
    Abbate to take Shotts' board seat  9/4/03 p.5
    South Barrington update set for Monday  9/4/03 p.6
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
    Car show raises thousands for charity  9/25/03 p.11
    South Barrington mediation delayed  10/9/03 p.6
    Village still hoping to settle with Stein  10/16/03 p.8
    Settling Klehm case remains village's goal  10/30/03 p.7
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11
    South Barrington adopts property code  11/20/03 p.6
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
    Let's make a deal  12/18/03 p.5
    Out-of-court settlement puts development back on track 
        12/25/03 p.5
    South Barrington increases tax levy  12/25/03 p.6
    Attorney still sees merit in fighting Klehm lawsuit 
        3/20/03 p.5
    Trustees amend president's authority  4/24/03 p.6
    South Barrington drops lawsuit against Meijer  5/1/03 p.10
 
SPARTANICS                                                  
    Spartanics; Sam Willits, owner  10/9/03 p.101
 
SPECTOR, JONATHAN                                           
    Spector to sign with Manchester United  1/2/03 p.85
 
SPICER, MARY                                                
    Spicer makes name for self at national level  7/10/03 p.110
 
SPICER, NELLIE                                              
    Spicer's serves give Fillies jump on Eagles  11/6/03 p.116
    Spicer, Reed announce their college plans  12/18/03 p.115
 
SPRINGER, EDWARD                                            
    Board votes to pay village attorney  3/20/03 p.10
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Annie's Attic sale keeps growing  6/26/03 p.7
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Power of the pen brings kids together  5/22/03 p.25
    St. Anne School turns 75  5/29/03 p.6
    St. Anne students help out homeless people worldwide 
        6/12/03 p.12
    Students inject energy into Bye Bye Birdie  7/24/03 p.5
    St. Anne still making a difference at 75  9/4/03 p.7
    Grandparents go back to class  9/18/03 p.27
    Re-enactor gives students look at life for Civil War
        soldiers  12/4/03 p.28
    Helping protect little ones from the cold warms students'
        hearts  12/11/03 p.9
    Students give lawmakers a lesson  3/20/03 p.27
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Local leaders say gay bishop decision will make Episcopal
        church stronger  8/14/03 p.10
 
STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY                                    
    Diamond ring shows up in Starbucks tip jar  7/3/03 p.13
    Diamond ring mystery remains unsolved  7/10/03 p.6
    Ring left in tip jar valued at $5,000  8/14/03 p.14
    Owner claims ring dropped in tip jar  8/21/03 p.10
 
STASS, NOREEN                                               
    Lake Barrington Academy of Stars; Noreen Stass, owner 
        6/12/03 p.99
 
STEINHART, ANTON                                            
    A long time coming  7/31/03 p.107
 
STEPHEN, AUDRAE                                             
    Diamond ring shows up in Starbucks tip jar  7/3/03 p.13
    Diamond ring mystery remains unsolved  7/10/03 p.6
    Ring left in tip jar valued at $5,000  8/14/03 p.14
    Owner claims ring dropped in tip jar  8/21/03 p.10
 
STEPHENSON, RICHARD                                         
    Barrington Saddlery; Richard Stephenson, owner  4/24/03 p.85
 
STERBENC, TONY                                              
    Darch disheartened resident accusing her of campaign
        violation  1/16/03 p.14
 
STRAUSS, CHRIS                                              
    Two Strausses better than one  2/20/03 p.110
 
STRAUSS, PHIL                                               
    Two Strausses better than one  2/20/03 p.110
 
STRING CHEESE INCIDENT (BAND)                               
    Band's fans putting hula hoops on signs  1/30/03 p.12
 
STRINGHAM, DAVID                                            
    BCFPD seeking trustee successor  9/4/03 p.12
 
SUNNY HILL SCHOOL                                           
    Grove Avenue, Sunny Hill getting air conditioning  2/13/03
        p.10
    Students sharing computer knowledge with classmates 
        8/21/03 p.8
    Kids experience culture on Day of the Dead  11/6/03 p.7
 
TASTEFULLY YOURS (RESTAURANT)                               
    Tastefully Yours; David and Karrin DaBoll, owners  4/10/03
        p.95
 
TAXATION                                                    
    State multiplier hits all-time high  8/28/03 p.11
    Assessment appeal deadline is Nov. 6  10/30/03 p.18
    Ringing up taxes for consumers  11/27/03 p.7
    Harper adopts levy  12/25/03 p.12
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Delinquencies  1/16/03 p.98
    2-year delinquent tax list  10/2/03 p.119
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Barrington adopts $2.9 million tax levy  12/25/03 p.6
    District 220 expects 4 percent levy increase  12/25/03 p.6
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Delinquencies  1/16/03 p.98
    Property tax refunds awaiting claim  7/31/03 p.6
    Property tax bills may arrive this month  8/14/03 p.6
    South Barrington seeing largest property tax hike  8/28/03
        p.10
    Assessment  9/11/03 p.100
    2-year delinquent tax list  10/2/03 p.119
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment changes  5/22/03 p.103
    Delinquencies  10/23/03 p.111
    Assessment  11/20/03 p.109
 
TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    South Barrington increases tax levy  12/25/03 p.6
 
TEENS FOR TEENS                                             
    The kids want to help  9/25/03 p.27
 
TEHLE, GREG, DR.                                            
    Dentist will toothprint kids for free on Fourth of July 
        7/3/03 p.10
 
TERRORISM                                                   
    Pros, cons of Patriot Act debated at forum  11/20/03 p.11
 
TOBIN, JEANITA                                              
    Scouts' honor  1/16/03 p.77
 
TONNIGES, THOMAS                                            
    Tonniges leaves school board  1/16/03 p.10
 
TOOTSIES                                                    
    Tootsies, Nick Fletcher, owner  8/21/03 p.99
 
TOUCH OF AMISH                                              
    A Touch of Amish; Lynn Rice, owner  9/25/03 p.99
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes to open bike path  1/16/03 p.6
    New police dog sniffs out crime  1/30/03 p.7
    Tower Lakes declared a Tree City USA  4/10/03 p.6
    Tower Lakes loses, gains a trustee  10/23/03 p.6
    Village mulling police expansion  10/23/03 p.10
 
TOWN & COUNTRY (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
 
TOWNE CENTRE PROMENADE (SHOPPING CENTER)                    
    New mall being proposed for Deer Park  4/24/03 p.5
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Metra's Futurama  1/30/03 p.11
    Metra confident its plan will win  2/6/03 p.7
    Critics:  Transportation plan lacking  9/4/03 p.11
 
TWITE, ALISON                                               
    Twite catches fire at AFA tourney  7/17/03 p.109
 
ULTIMATE KITCHEN DESIGNS                                    
    Ultimate Kitchen Designs; Larry Lambert, owner  7/31/03 p.10
 
UNEMPLOYMENT                                                
    More jobless turn to Career Center  2/27/03 p.9
    Hitting home  2/27/03 p.8
    Northwest suburbs also hit, but blow is falling softer 
        2/27/03 p.8
    Loss of job affects more than finances  2/27/03 p.9
    Survey show extent of area unemployment  2/27/03 p.9
    Churches, pantries helping more middle-class families 
        2/27/03 p.10
    Day care numbers dip when parents lose jobs  2/27/03 p.11
    Agency's clients stressed about economic hardship  2/27/03
        p.11
    Pool of substitute teachers swelling  2/27/03 p.12
    Substitute teacher criteria not difficult  2/27/03 p.13
    Tips for the unemployed  2/27/03 p.13
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Restrictions being placed on packages for soldiers  4/17/03
        p.9
 
URBAN, PAM                                                  
    The Cherished Home; Pam Urban, owner  7/17/03 p.93
 
VANDERPOEL, WAID                                            
    Nature loses a great friend  8/28/03 p.5
 
VANWILTENBURG, MIKE                                         
    He keeps the ice fishermen in line  2/6/03 p.101
 
VEHE FARM                                                   
    Vehe Farm celebration on Saturday  6/5/03 p.6
 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS MEMORIAL POST 7706                 
    What freedom means  2/20/03 p.23
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Family gathers boxes for a worthy endeavor  11/27/03 p.9
 
VODIN, GEORGE                                               
    Fancy Art, George Vodin, owner  3/6/03 p.89
 
VOGEL, AARON                                                
    A risk he had to take  11/13/03 p.7
    Two weeks of home and it's back to Iraq  12/25/03 p.10
 
VOGEL, PAT                                                  
    Family of soldier displaying outrage toward president 
        8/21/03 p.9
 
VOGEL, PAUL                                                 
    Family of soldier displaying outrage toward president 
        8/21/03 p.9
    A risk he had to take  11/13/03 p.7
 
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF GREATER BARRINGTON                      
    United Way helping coordinate volunteerism  1/16/03 p.11
 
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES RESOURCE PROGRAM                    
    United Way helping coordinate volunteerism  1/16/03 p.11
 
VOLUNTEERISM                                                
    United Way helping coordinate volunteerism  1/16/03 p.11
    United Way helping coordinate volunteerism  1/16/03 p.11
    Health care heroics  9/18/03 p.99
    People empowering people  9/25/03 p.91
    Helping homeless people  10/2/03 p.97
 
WALLACE, JOANNE                                             
    Interior Makeovers by Redesign; Joanne Wallace, owner 
        1/16/03 p.89
 
WALLIS, JERRY A.                                            
    Journalist leaves legacy of devotion  6/12/03 p.18
 
WALTERMAN, CHIP                                             
    Out'a Sight Storage Barn, Chip Walterman, owner  3/13/03
        p.91
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Panel near decision on Wamberg project  4/17/03 p.13
    Panel puts conditions on Wamberg project  5/22/03 p.8
    Traffic issues at top of Wamberg project  6/5/03 p.10
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
 
WAMBERG, TOM                                                
    Panel near decision on Wamberg project  4/17/03 p.13
    Panel puts conditions on Wamberg project  5/22/03 p.8
    Traffic issues at top of Wamberg project  6/5/03 p.10
    Clark/Bardes changes name  6/5/03 p.108
    Towns mulling Wamberg land swap  6/19/03 p.9
    Wambergs oppose possible land swap  7/10/03 p.13
    Traffic concerns delaying land-swap deal  9/4/03 p.7
    Vote on Wamberg development tabled  9/11/03 p.6
    Wambergs confident new plan will be ok'd  11/6/03 p.5
 
WARING, DAVID                                               
    South Barrington votes for change  4/3/03 p.5
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
    IEPA hears concerns about sewage plant adding outflow 
        9/11/03 p.10
    Trustee leading fight against sewage plant  9/18/03 p.11
    Still time for comment on sewage permit  10/16/03 p.6
    IEPA cites sewage treatment plant  10/23/03 p.7
    BACOG has concerns about expansion of sewage treatment
        plant  11/13/03 p.18
    Village agrees waste water must be treated  11/20/03 p.5
    Concerns still surround sewage plant expansion  11/27/03 p.8
 
WATT, SPENCER R., PVT.                                      
    Area men among those killed in Korea  7/24/03 p.10
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Residents want sewage out of creek  8/14/03 p.5
    Carter opposes exemption for waste water treatment  9/4/03
        p.10
    IEPA hears concerns about sewage plant adding outflow 
        9/11/03 p.10
    Trustee leading fight against sewage plant  9/18/03 p.11
    Still time for comment on sewage permit  10/16/03 p.6
    IEPA cites sewage treatment plant  10/23/03 p.7
    BACOG has concerns about expansion of sewage treatment
        plant  11/13/03 p.18
    Village agrees waste water must be treated  11/20/03 p.5
    Concerns still surround sewage plant expansion  11/27/03 p.8
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Area copes well with first big snow  3/6/03 p.9
    Power out for more than a day in North Barrington  5/15/03
        p.5
 
WEIGHT CRUSADERS                                            
    Crusading to help men lose weight  7/3/03 p.85
 
WELLNESS PLACE                                              
    Golf challenge raises $170,000  9/4/03 p.14
 
WELSH, STEVE                                                
    Park board searching for successor to Welch  9/11/03 p.11
 
WEST NILE VIRUS (DISEASE)                                   
    Harper to host West Nile forum tonight  8/7/03 p.5
    Vanquishing a virus  4/24/03 p.11
 
WICKSTROM FORD                                              
    Wickstrom Ford; Colin Wickstrom, owner  9/11/03 p.93
 
WICKSTROM, COLIN                                            
    Wickstrom Ford; Colin Wickstrom, owner  9/11/03 p.93
 
WIEGEL, AL                                                  
    Cyclist goes for dirt and gravel trail  10/30/03 p.9
 
WILLITS, SAM                                                
    Spartanics; Sam Willits, owner  10/9/03 p.101
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CARE CENTER & FOOD PANTRY            
    New food pantry opens doors  11/20/03 p.7
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Associate pastor joining Willow Creek  2/27/03 p.6
    Willow Creek Church selects new minister  7/24/03 p.6
 
WINGED VICTORY (STATUE)                                     
    Unveiling of statue delayed  6/19/03 p.95
 
WITT, ROB                                                   
    Back from Iraq, Marine wishes more would observe Veterans
        Day  11/6/03 p.14
 
WOLFGARTH, SUSAN                                            
    A Mother's Day mission  5/8/03 p.89
 
WOLLAR, BURNELL                                             
    A long time coming  7/31/03 p.107
 
WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER (WINGS)                      
    Wings of Hope gala will give big lift to new safe house 
        3/13/03 p.10
 
WOODFIELD AREA CHILDREN'S ORGANIZATION                      
    Santa's helpers  12/18/03 p.89
 
WOODS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    South Barrington asks for summary judgment  3/13/03 p.6
    Debate over Klehm property at heart of South Barrington
        race  3/13/03 p.8
    New committee hopes to meet with Klehm property developer 
        6/26/03 p.10
    Village trying to settle with Klehm developer  8/14/03 p.9
    South Barrington update set for Monday  9/4/03 p.6
    Deal is on the table  9/11/03 p.5
    Judge urges village, developer to talk  9/18/03 p.5
    Officials ask residents to control their tempers  9/18/03
        p.8
    South Barrington mediation delayed  10/9/03 p.6
    Village still hoping to settle with Stein  10/16/03 p.8
    Settling Klehm case remains village's goal  10/30/03 p.7
    First ruling coming in Klehm litigation  11/20/03 p.8
    Let's make a deal  12/18/03 p.5
    Out-of-court settlement puts development back on track 
        12/25/03 p.5
    Attorney still sees merit in fighting Klehm lawsuit 
        3/20/03 p.5
 
WOODSOME, BOB                                               
    Jewel Tea demolition targeted for July  5/15/03 p.11
 
YEAR-IN-REVIEW                                              
    2002 Photographers' choice  1/2/03 p.7
    2002 Top sports stories  1/2/03 p.83
 
YOGAWERKS                                                   
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  1/23/03 p.89
 
YO-YO BALL (TOY)                                            
    Parent wants yo-yo ball banned  9/25/03 p.7
 
ZAKRETA, AGNES                                              
    Former resident vying for Miss USA crown  1/9/03 p.11
 
ZDEB, JIM                                                   
    There to lend an ear  6/5/03 p.97
 
ZEILE, KRIS                                                 
    Coaching Consortium; Kris Ziele, owner  1/2/03 p.77
    Correction to story of 1/2/03  1/9/03 p.6
 
ZONING                                                      
    Hoffman lawsuit is strictly business  11/13/03 p.11