ABC HUMANE WILDLIFE RESCUE                                  
    Critter eviction  7/11/96 p.93
 
ABORTION                                                    
    Supreme Court criticized after abortion decision  2/1/96 p.9
    Hyde:  GOP shouldn't change abortion stand  6/6/96 p.10
 
ABUSED WIVES                                              	
    Victim, trustee team up on domestic violence committee 
        2/1/96 p.9
	Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    More safety at crossings urged  1/11/96 p.23
    Bus driver never heard warnings before crash  1/25/96 p.24
    Window washer plunges three stories, survives  2/1/96 p.12
    Police:  bus crossed tracks properly  2/1/96 p.26
    Fatal S-curve in Gurnee  2/1/96 p.88
    IDOT hopes to reduce accidents at corner  2/8/96 p.9
    Edgar recognizes emergency teams  2/8/96 p.20
    Barrington couple killed in downstate plane crash  2/22/96
        p.8
    Friends, family grieving over loss of teen  3/7/96 p.5
    Crash snarls traffic, sends two to hospital  3/7/96 p.11
    In wake of crash, second teen dies  3/14/96 p.5
    Program to honor Ingle and Padilla  3/21/96 p.6
    Woman is injured in crash  4/4/96 p.5
    Crash victims were not drinking  4/4/96 p.9
    Roll-over  5/2/96 p.5
    Car accident leads cops to teens' drinking party  5/23/96
        p.9
    Construction worker survives 35-foot fall  5/30/96 p.14
    Car flipped by van at Main and Cook  6/13/96 p.20
    Squad car wrecked in crash with Barrington teen driver 
        7/4/96 p.7
    Motorcyclist dies after crash on Rt.14  7/18/96 p.6
    Coroner rules on February plane crash  7/25/96 p.32
    Two men injured in Rt. 14 accident  8/8/96 p.10
    Teens face charges after crashing van  9/5/96 p.14
    Rolling Meadows couple killed in Route 59 crash  9/12/96 p.8
    Ambulance strikes vehicle on Route 14  9/19/96 p.5
    Crash settlement totals $15 million  9/19/96 p.10
    Correction to story of 9/19/96  9/26/96 p.6
    Freak pile-up blocks traffic  10/17/96 p.7
    Squad smashed in two-car crash  10/24/96 p.7
    Jury awards local woman $3.8 million  10/31/96 p.6
    Car flips on golf course  10/31/96 p.6
    Five-car crash  10/31/96 p.9
    Adult trick-or-treater dies after being struck by car 
        11/7/96 p.9
    Cops: driver was drunk at time of six-car crash  11/21/96
        p.9
    Man suffers two broken legs in 2-truck crash on Route 62 
        11/28/96 p.8
    Alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/28/96 p.31
    Tis the season for deer-car collisions  12/05/96 p.10
    Six vehicles, 3,000 pounds of ice cream collide  12/05/96
        p.11
    Area evacuated after acid spill  12/19/96 p.11
 
ACTIVE CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE EXPANSION                   
    Opponents are spending time, money to fight mall  8/15/96
        p.14
    ACRE says 73 percent of residents oppose mall  10/17/96 p.7
    Mall foes, developers square off at hearing  10/24/96 p.8
 
ADOPTION                                                    
    For the love of a child  1/25/96 p.27
    Foster parents won't seek custody  4/11/96 p.23
    And baby makes three  10/31/96 p.85
 
AGED                                                        
    Spotlight is on seniors in May  5/9/96 p.89
 
AHMAD, JALIL                                                
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Arrests don't deter teen drinking  5/16/96 p.25
    Three bars reprimanded for violations  5/30/96 p.6
    Police search-consent form could crash teens' parties 
        6/27/96 p.8
    Kendall County drops charges against teens  7/25/96 p.18
    Liquor store employee arrested  9/5/96 p.6
 
ALEXANDER STILLMAN NATURE CENTER                            
    Center finds feathered foster parents to raise owl chick 
        5/2/96 p.10
 
ALLARD, REBECCA                                             
    School financial officer to take new post  6/20/96 p.6
 
ALLENDORPH, GEORGE                                          
    Allendorph emerges as stopper  1/11/96 p.93
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    Allstate sale raises questions  8/8/96 p.6
 
AMC REALTY INC.                                             
    Village to screen movie-complex plan  7/4/96 p.5
    Midland sale depends on ok of AMC's movie theater plan 
        7/11/96 p.9
    Plots thickens as village screens movie proposal  8/15/96
        p.11
    Critics absent from multiplex hearings  8/22/96 p.8
    Theater race pits villages as rivals again  9/26/96 p.11
    Theaters may saturate area market  9/26/96 p.11
    Stage set for 2 theaters to open  11/28/96 p.14
    AMC buys Midlands  12/26/96 p.5
 
AMERICAN MASSAGE THERAPY ASSOCIATION                        
    Massage therapists fight bad image  2/29/96 p.97
 
AMERITECH CORPORATION                                       
    Ameritech reaching for record control  6/20/96 p.22
 
AMOCO OIL COMPANY                                           
    Skaters fenced out of Amoco station  7/4/96 p.14
    Small bank to be built on vacant Amoco property  7/11/96 p.8
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    In wake of attacks, officials track coyotes  1/11/96 p.10
    Residents question coyote plan's teeth  1/18/96 p.13
    Deer gets stuck inside basement  2/1/96 p.6
    Naturalist:  don't generalize about coyote's habits  2/1/96
        p.14
    County offers incentive to neuter pets  2/15/96 p.6
    Opposition against trapping coyotes grows  2/22/96 p.11
    After months alone, snake finds way home  2/29/96 p.7
    Coyote trapping approval reversed  3/21/96 p.14
    Cat tales  3/28/96 p.93
    Center finds feathered foster parents to raise owl chick 
        5/2/96 p.10
    Eight horses are killed in morning barn fire  5/30/96 p.9
    Coyotes are part of Barrington area landscape  6/13/96 p.22
    Designing the pig-proof home  6/27/96 p.103
    JFK workers rescue kitten trapped in drain pipe  8/29/96 p.7
    Burglars breaking into area animal hospitals  9/26/96 p.8
    Menagerie blessed at event  10/10/96 p.7
    Tale of rescued kitten has a happy ending  10/24/96 p.7
    Flea market  11/7/96 p.85
    Neighbors rescue horse from pool  12/05/96 p.12
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Opposition against trapping coyotes grows  2/22/96 p.11
    Animal lovers find buddies for strays  3/7/96 p.81
    Coyote trapping approval reversed  3/21/96 p.14
    Baby foxes found in apartment complex trash  4/4/96 p.21
    Wauconda rodeo rides on, despite activist's protests 
        7/18/96 p.10
    Charges dropped against animal protesters  8/1/96 p.25
    JFK workers rescue kitten trapped in drain pipe  8/29/96 p.7
    Two boys who abused goose face sentencing  8/29/86 p.9
    Burglars breaking into area animal hospitals  9/26/96 p.8
    Dogs removed from vacant house  11/21/96 p.29
    Shelter is bracing for movie fallout  12/19/96 p.110
 
ANNE'S UNIQUE BOUTIQUE                                      
    Anne's Unique Boutique; Anne DeKoning, owner  7/4/96 p.89
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Lake Barrington may add 20 acres  1/11/96 p.12
    District 220 OKs deal for Prairie annexation  6/20/96 p.14
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Mr. and Mrs. Karl Scholl  1/11/96 p.27
    Anniversary  3/28/96 p.100
    Family celebrates anniversaries together  4/25/96 p.96
    Ice House marks 20th anniversary  6/20/96 p.6
    Wayne and Batty Siegworth  6/27/96 p.95
    Cookes celebrate 50th  11/14/96 p.99
    Hooper and Maris White  11/28/96 p.106
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Track officials unhappy with racing board ruling  4/11/96
        p.26
    Sweet Sixteen:  Cigar matches Citation with 16th straight
        win  7/18/96 p.112
    Lights, camera, action  7/25/96 p.110
    Betting is down at Arlington Park  8/15/96 p.34
    A day at the races  8/29/96 p.82
    Racing!!!  8/29/96  p.84
    Final preparations made as race time approaches  8/29/96
        p.85
    Horse's day shifts into fast motion  8/29/96 p.88
    After victory it's time for a cool down  8/29/96 p.90
    Keeping track  12/12/96 p.129
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    An able athlete  2/29/96 p.27
    Addressing literacy  10/17/96 p.31
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Book illustrator talks about art of history  4/25/96 p.25
    Drawing on inspiration  4/25/96 p.27
    Cardelli the carver  7/11/96 p.79
    Interesting by nature  10/3/96 p.27
    Watercolor creations  12/05/96 p.93
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    Wamburg stretching the limit in race to Dakar  1/11/96 p.7
 
BAGLIORE, STACY                                             
    Resident going for title of Mrs. Illinois International 
        8/29/96 p.28
 
BARN OF BARRINGTON (RESTAURANT)                             
    Wedding turns into family feud  7/25/96 p.18
 
BARRINGTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL                                  
    Burglars breaking into area animal hospitals  9/26/96 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Artists find temporary home at BAAC  2/1/96 p.B3
    New BAAC exhibit cut from different cloth  4/11/96 p.7
    BAAC art fair offers Father's Day fun  6/6/96 p.89
    McGregor takes over as BAAC chair  6/13/96 p.91
    BAAC musical includes cast of 70  7/17/96 p.20
    BAAC fall gala has "state-of-the-art" museum setting 
        10/17/96 p.106
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    New SCORE office to open  2/22/96 p.6
    Chamber backs Dailey in third airport fight  4/18/96 p.5
    Halloween party fun-raiser set  10/17/96 p.8
    Eight win Chamber prizes  12/05/96 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA COMMUNITY CLEARINGHOUSE COMMITTEE           
    Program launches area into cyberspace  4/18/96 p.101
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG balks at mall traffic  6/27/96 p.9
    Area has history of fighting large developments  7/25/96
        p.12
    Village's role as BACOG hub threatened  8/1/96 p.24
    Klein criticized for his mall criticism  8/29/96 p.26
    BACOG charts new course  12/05/96 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    SHIP comes in to help seniors with insurance  8/8/96 p.34
    BACOA receives grant of $30,000  10/10/96 p.26
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Program launches area into cyberspace  4/18/96 p.101
    BADC honors Kelsch for community service  5/23/96 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Historical lesson  6/13/96 p.89
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Barrington Brass  2/1/96 p.11
    Library refinances debt  2/15/96 p.6
    Survey at library this weekend  2/29/96 p.6
    Reptile rap  4/18/96 p.11
    Program launches area into cyberspace  4/18/96 p.101
    Largest library district looks to expand scope  8/8/96 p.22
    Library honors volunteers  8/8/96 p.100
    Treasurer's annual report  8/29/96 p.100
    Reading Olympiad champions named  9/26/96 p.99
    Proposed property tax increase [legal notice]  10/31/96
        p.114
    Barrington library gets state grant  12/05/96 p.104
 
BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS HALL OF FAME                
    Seniors savor their golden years  6/20/96 p.95
    Munson inducted into Hall of Fame  6/27/96 p.96
 
BARRINGTON BANK AND TRUST                                   
    Small bank to be built on vacant Amoco property  7/11/96 p.8
 
BARRINGTON BIKER CONTINGENCY                                
    Hog wild:  Barrington Bikers hit the road  8/15/96 p.81
 
BARRINGTON BRASS                                            
    Barrington Brass  2/1/96 p.11
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Anyone want to play the Broncos?  4/11/96 p.125
    Veterans help Broncos beat Conant in summer league
        tournament  7/18/96 p.118
    Bronco hurlers make difference in regional play  7/25/96
        p.112
    Broncos drop into losers' bracket  7/25/96 p.113
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Broncos pull out intense win  1/25/96 p.97
    Stahl keeps listening and learning  2/1/96 p.97
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (CROSS COUNTRY CLUB)                     
    Here's Johnny  10/3/96 p.108
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Golf teams shoot for state trophies  8/29/96 p.107
    Broncos settle for fifth as state trophy eludes them 
        10/24/96 p.117
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Skaters' state title is the "white" one  3/21/96 p.105
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Broncos soak sectional field  2/22/96 p.113
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Broncos sweep singles to win 17th MSL title  5/16/96 p.111
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Lefty Gregson no longer being left out of lineup  4/11/96
        p.128
 
BARRINGTON CHILDREN'S CHOIR                                 
    Carnegie curtain call  2/29/96 p.81
    Barrington Choir sings at convention  8/29/96 p.7
    Children's choir releases CD  12/12/96 p.127
 
BARRINGTON CLUB                                             
    Barrington Club expansion almost done  3/28/96 p.5
    Club timetable set  5/2/96 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    It's back to those polls in District 220  1/11/96 p.5
    Mayland bids farewell to school board  1/25/96 p.7
    Kindergartners may be next to feel cramped quarters 
        1/25/96 p.9
    Natural learning  2/1/96 p.27
    South Barrington parcel ruled out as new school site 
        2/15/96 p.10
    Referendum sparks emotions, calls for debate  2/22/96 p.5
    Snake appears in District 220 office  2/22/96 p.6
    District 220 seeks state holiday waiver  2/22/96 p.6
    Summer school hours, fees increased  2/22/96 p.6
    Questions rise over referendum impact  3/7/96 p.5
    Board president:  look at more than numbers  3/14/96 p.5
    Corridor classrooms  3/14/96 p.29
    Strike 2 for Unit 220  3/21/96 p.5
    Land deal is off, but Rose plans donation  3/21/96 p.14
    Geographic divisions key to referendum vote  3/28/96 p.7
    District 220 shifts from long- to short-term focus  4/4/96
        p.8
    Janney:  District 220's SEDOL dispute is not about
        inclusion  4/4/96 p.33
    Edgar's plan would not have fixed District 220's problems 
        4/11/96 p.9
    Schools face classroom squeeze at every level  4/11/96 p.12
    School annexation  4/11/96 p.24
    School crossings  4/11/96 p.24
    School District 220 hears case for prairie projects 
        4/11/96 p.13
    Referendum supporters plan community building  4/18/96 p.5
    District OKs new contract for Vorlop  4/18/96 p.29
    Barrington wants to put cop in middle schools  4/25/96 p.5
    School referendum talks start  5/16/96 p.5
    Social Studies shift's cost is near $140,000  5/23/96 p.23
    New school named as top priority for District 220  5/23/96
        p.26
    Board nixes custodial experiment  5/23/96 p.28
    Citizen panel will help chart District 220s future  5/30/96
        p.5
    Ex-foes uniting to solve school referendum woes  6/6/96 p.21
    Citizens for Education goal:  surfing for ideas  6/13/96
        p.15
    School financial officer to take new post  6/20/96 p.6
    School construction schedule set  6/20/96 p.8
    District 220 OKs deal for Prairie annexation  6/20/96 p.14
    District 220 may go for two referendums  7/11/96 p.5
    Berkowitz resigns form school board  7/18/96 p.5
    Larrain lobbies for school rebuilding  7/18/96 p.6
    Penny Road neighbors oppose new school site  7/17/96 p.8
    Nemec takes helm as board reviews school plan  7/18/96 p.7
    Givot applies for board vacancy  7/25/96 p.7
    School referendum may be expanded  8/1/96 p.10
    District 220 to begin cutting its budget  8/8/96 p.7
    District 220 losing interest with working cash bonds 
        8/8/96 p.8
    New school could cost more than $9 million  8/8/96 p.9
    BETA lawsuit hearing today  8/15/96 p.5
    Few react (so far) to tax plan  8/15/96 p.5
    Bishop:  District 220 board needs creative solutions 
        8/15/96 p.12
    District 220 officials meet Penny Road neighbors tonight 
        8/15/96 p.18
    Doubts emerge over proposed school site  8/22/96 p.5
    Vorlop resigns from District 220  8/29/96 p.5
    Grant would pay for officer in District 220 middle schools 
        8/29/96 p.8
    Referendum decision expected today  8/29/96 p.11
    Tonniges appointed to School District 220 Board  9/5/96 p.5
    Tech Prep program earns national award  9/5/96 p.6
    School District 220 board postpones fall referendum  9/5/96
        p.8
    District 220 issues warning on sex offender  9/5/96 p.10
    Hough Street School kicks off school year in Olympian
        fashion  9/5/96 p.11
    Sex offender leaves Barrington Hills  9/12/96 p.6
    School district budget criticized  9/19/96 p.5
    Vorlop replacements named  9/19/96 p.5
    School space squeeze  9/19/96 p.27
    Poole's letter leaked to media  9/26/96 p.5
    Grant to pay for police officer in middle schools  9/26/96
        p.31
    District 220 has role in enforcing new in-line skating law 
        9/26/96 p.31
    Group seeks to chart District 220's future  10/3/96 p.5
    Interesting by nature  10/3/96 p.27
    School advisory panel gets down to business  10/10/97 p.8
    District 220 begins search for superintendent  10/17/96 p.5
    Addressing literacy  10/17/96 p.31
    District 220 staff still without contract  10/17/96 p.32
    District 220 workers file intent-to-strike notice  10/24/96
        p.5
    School advisory panels given assignments  10/24/96 p.7
    Program helping freshmen adjust to life at BHS  10/24/96
        p.27
    School union mediation date set  10/31/96 p.6
    School union seeking to avoid strike  11/7/96 p.5
    Roeser unveils budget plan to rescue District 220  11/7/96
        p.8
    State's Attorney clears District 220 finance office 
        11/7/96 p.9
    Yeggy resigns from school district  11/14/96 p.5
    Super Senior Pass opens BHS up to older residents  11/14/96
        p.32
    Strike is called off, union OKs contract  11/21/96 p.5
    Nemec fires back at critics  11/21/96 p.5
    Local man's gift helps purchase chemistry books  11/21/96
        p.12
    District 220 urged to think, operate like a business 
        11/21/96 p.13
    Nemec: Open Meetings Act wasn't violated  11/21/96 p.14
    Panel endorses 2-school referendum  11/28/96 p.7
    IASB to aid search for superintendent  11/28/96 p.12
    School advisory panels studying costs  12/12/96 p.11
    District 220 staff helps Barrington United Way  12/19/96
        p.112
    Sex offender moves to area  12/26/96 p.6
    Charter school hearing set  12/26/96 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Canby calls it quits as fire district lawyer  1/25/96 p.11
    Agreements nearly in place for new fire station  2/1/96 p.5
    Dispute settled  3/7/96 p.13
    Unhappy customers  3/7/96 p.13
    New attorney hired  3/7/96 p.13
    Recording reality  3/7/96 p.13
    Light triggers  3/7/96 p.13
    Barrington village board approves fire station deal 
        4/11/96 p.8
    Correction to story of 4/11/96  4/18/96 p.6
    Fire station construction could start as soon as May 
        4/18/96 p.10
    Fire district board expands  4/18/96 p.11
    Intergovernment deals pay for new fire station  9/12/96 p.9
    Ambulance strikes vehicle on Route 14  9/19/96 p.5
    Lien put on Lichtman property  10/31/96 p.5
    Barrington Hills approves 30-year fire station lease 
        4/25/96 p.8
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Budget  11/28/96 p.110
 
BARRINGTON CYCLONES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                         
    Wearing new hats:  former Barrington players now running
        the team  7/4/96 p.97
    Dreams welcomes Nationals  8/1/96 p.109
 
BARRINGTON DODGE                                            
    Village sells land to Barrington Dodge  2/29/96 p.12
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    BETA seeking townhouses here  9/5/96 p.12
    BETA lawsuit in court next week  9/12/96 p.6
    Nemec fires back at critics  11/21/96 p.5
    Nemec: Open Meetings Act wasn't violated  11/21/96 p.14
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fulfilling expectations  12/19/96 p.125
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (DIVING CLUB)                            
    High five  11/28/96 p.133
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Buff's 74 leads Fillies to own invitational title  9/19/96
        p.117
    Buff, Fillies pose with state medals  10/24/96 p.117
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Undefeated Fillies take 0.00 GAA to St. Louis  4/11/96 p.129
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Pedersen no-hitter highlights perfect week for the Fillies 
        4/11/96 p.127
    Senior duo lifts Fillies to MSL title  5/23/96 p.117
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Frosh Molzahn is Fillies' newest star  9/12/96 p.121
    Silliman and Olsen win twice as Fillies claim JV conference
        meet  10/31/96 p.113
    Fillies prove again they're the best  11/7/96 p.110
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS CLUB)                            
    Going out in style  10/31/96 p.110
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Jumping for joy:  McLaughlin's leap gives Fillies first MSL
        title  5/9/96 p.115
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Having a ball  10/3/96 p.109
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Keeping volunteer presence could cost village $20,000 
        1/25/96 p.7
    Barrington firefighters to be on Oprah  6/6/96 p.6
    Village, firefighters close to reaching contract terms 
        6/20/96 p.8
    Village inks Inc. contract  7/4/96 p.12
    Equine exercise provides lessons for rescue teams  8/15/96
        p.7
    Breeding confidence at heart of training  8/15/96 p.7
    Firefighters reach tentative agreement  8/22/96 p.6
    Firefighters union inks pact  8/29/96 p.8
    Intergovernment deals pay for new fire station  9/12/96 p.9
    Fire chief Danley honored  11/14/96 p.6
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    First quarter honors  1/11/96 p.83
    Space crunch hitting hard at high school  1/18/95 p.5
    Correction to honor roll list of 1/11/96  1/18/96 p.6
    Cyberspace chat links young activists  2/8/96 p.13
    High school project dissected  2/8/96 p.29
    Going mobile:  high school may be next  2/22/96 p.7
    Coming of age  2/22/96 p.27
    Setting the stage  3/7/96 p.27
    Greetis still loving his BHS hoops  3/7/96 p.106
    In wake of crash, second teen dies  3/14/96 p.5
    Second quarter honors listed  3/14/96 p.30
    Sabre dancers  3/21/96 p.27
    Nike creeps onto BHS sports scene  3/21/96 p.110
    Strictly ballroom  4/11/96 p.31
    Drawing on inspiration  4/25/96 p.27
    Captains of their ship  5/2/96 p.29
    Third quarter honors listed  5/2/96 p.31
    New intramural hoops are a hit with students  5/9/96 p.8
    No dates needed for special prom  5/9/96 p.12
    Proposed:  Barrington debaters are success  5/9/96 p.29
    Blocking out:  BHS classes could be made twice as long 
        5/23/96 p.29
    Suspensions shed light on Senior sleep over  6/6/96 p.5
    BHS cans Kalas; Swaya is named Fillies' new boss  6/6/96
        p.116
    Class of '96 has gift of inclusiveness  6/13/96 p.7
    Graduates  6/13/96 p.30
    School parking lots may become skaters' havens  6/20/96 p.30
    BHS graduate wins Miss Illinois title  7/4/96 p.7
    BHS auditorium to receive air conditioning this week 
        7/11/96 p.25
    Honor roll  7/18/96 p.98
    BHS police liaison makes the grade  7/25/96 p.11
    Giving something back  8/22/96 p.105
    BHS teacher found not guilty  9/12/96 p.5
    BHS gets academic trophy case  9/12/96 p.6
    Best Buddies  9/12/96 p.27
    Barrington ready for homecoming  9/19/96 p.10
    Greatest show in Barrington  9/26/96 p.7
    Barrington Park District honors Kevin Gall  10/10/96 p.7
    Ring it up  10/10/96 p.29
    BHS grad discusses ecology and politics with Gorbachev 
        10/17/96 p.9
    Program helping freshmen adjust to life at BHS  10/24/96
        p.27
    BHS taking traditional twist to classic Shakespeare play 
        11/7/96 p.28
    Moving in time  11/14/96 p.31
    Super Senior Pass opens BHS up to older residents  11/14/96
        p.32
    Local man's gift helps purchase chemistry books  11/21/96
        p.12
    Finding the magic in science  12/12/96 p.39
    BHS loses big fan in Nightengale  12/12/96 p.142
    ISA recognizes BHS diving coach Hendee  12/16/96 p.91
 
BARRINGTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB                               
    Country club hit twice by vandals  6/6/96 p.12
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Police:  Fire victim was shot in head  1/25/96 p.5
    Barrington Hills' natural amenities highlighted in plan 
        1/25/96 p.12
    Police chase leads in arson/murders  2/1/96 p.5
    Agreements nearly in place for new fire station  2/1/96 p.5
    Spotlight won't dim village image  2/1/96 p.7
    They were so vibrant:  slain couple lived full lives 
        2/1/96 p.7
    Task force members tackle major county crime cases  2/1/96
        p.7
    Life Changers Church coming to Barrington Hills  2/1/96 p.8
    Clues remain few in Hills murders  2/8/96 p.5
    Correction to story of 2/1/96  2/8/96 p.6
    Residents fear changes brought by new church  2/8/96 p.10
    Barrington Hills church plan prompting legal battle 
        2/29/96 p.5
    Residents voice frustration at church's vague answers 
        3/14/96 p.8
    Location and real name of suspect are a mystery  3/14/96 p.9
    Man who was called suspect relieved at Hommerson's arrest 
        3/14/96 p.9
    Barrington Hills cop named to task force  3/28/96 p.13
    Village makes federal case out of church fight  3/28/96 p.26
    Barrington village board approves fire station deal 
        4/11/96 p.8
    Correction to story of 4/11/96  4/18/96 p.6
    Fire station construction could start as soon as May 
        4/18/96 p.10
    Church suing village for $6 million  4/25/96  p.5
    Barrington Hills approves 30-year fire station lease 
        4/25/96 p.8
    Village tightening zoning  5/16/96 p.28
    Village approves parking prohibition  5/30/96 p.14
    Village OKs $20,700 for street patching  5/30/96 p.14
    Suspensions shed light on Senior sleep over  6/6/96 p.5
    Church gets building permit, drops suit against village 
        6/20/96 p.7
    Woman is robbed by man with knife  6/26/96 p.10
    Cops bust 49 teens in Barrington Hills  7/11/96 p.13
    BHPD's new uniforms praised  8/8/96 p.6
    Lageschulte to build 15 homes on 20 acres  8/8/96 p.32
    Baby born on way to hospital  8/15/96 p.6
    Robbery suspect nabbed  8/29/96 p.23
    District 220 issues warning on sex offender  9/5/96 p.10
    Barrington Hills youth swims in adults' triathlon  9/5/96
        p.20
    Sex offender leaves Barrington Hills  9/12/96 p.6
    Rolling Meadows couple killed in Route 59 crash  9/12/96 p.8
    Intergovernment deals pay for new fire station  9/12/96 p.9
    Resident suggests gates and guards in Barrington Hills 
        9/26/96 p.16
    BH board to explore Hawthorne cul-de-sac  10/31/96 p.9
    Life Changers International Church  11/28/96 p.99
    Barrington Hills lowers speed limits  12/05/96 p.14
    Kempe seeks another term  12/12/96 p.8
    Rose is calling for road referendum  12/12/96 p.13
    Subdivision plan to be reviewed by village board  12/12/96
        p.16
    Graffiti posse to cleanse silos  12/12/96 p.26
    BH board ok's preliminary plat  12/19/96 p.6
    Rose road repair referendum requires revenue researching 
        12/19/96 p.9
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5
 
BARRINGTON HORSE SHOW                                       
    Horse show jumps into high gear  7/18/96 p.9
    Rain doesn't dampen horse show  7/25/96 p.7
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    Sparks oust 'Canes from national qualifier  7/4/96 p.98
    Hurricanes come up short in Cincinnati marathon  7/25/96
        p.111
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    BJWC seeking to build permanent Safety Town  11/28/96 p.8
 
BARRINGTON MEN'S SENIOR BASEBALL CLUB                       
    Barrington Men's Baseball Club fields its second team 
        4/25/96 p.116
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Spelling it out  1/25/96 p.93
    B quarter honors listed  3/21/96 p.29
    School annexation  4/11/96 p.24
    Barrington wants to put cop in middle schools  4/25/96 p.5
    Honor roll  5/16/96 p.31
    Knight time fun  6/6/96 p.29
    Village gets grant for police officer in middle schools 
        6/13/96 p.10
    District 220 OKs deal for Prairie annexation  6/20/96 p.14
    Honor roll  7/11/96 p.29
    School annexation is revisited  8/1/96 p.11
    Grant to pay for police officer in middle schools  9/26/96
        p.31
    Vets share memories of service  11/14/96 p.7
    Students cave-in to primitive history  11/28/96 p.37
    Honor roll  12/12/96 p.40
    Heritage Wall unveiled  12/19/96 p.6
    Railroad crossing safety requires more than signs  12/12/96
        p.8
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Getting the lead out:  new program urges students to get
        fit  1/11/96 p.89
    Correction to story of 1/11/96  1/18/96 p.6
    Holding court:  mock trials bring life to Bill of Rights 
        1/18/96 p.93
    B quarter honors listed  3/21/96 p.28
    Station students walking the walk  3/28/96 p.27
    Barrington wants to put cop in middle schools  4/25/96 p.5
    Author brings tribe's story to students in Barrington 
        5/9/96 p.11
    Re-enactment a lesson to remember  5/16/96 p.29
    Honor roll  5/16/96 p.30
    Knight time fun  6/6/96 p.29
    Village gets grant for police officer in middle schools 
        6/13/96 p.10
    Station's walkers weather the storm  6/20/96 p.18
    School parking lots may become skaters' havens  6/20/96 p.30
    Honor roll  7/11/96 p.26
    Grant to pay for police officer in middle schools  9/26/96
        p.31
    Weather report  11/7/96 p.27
    Play nurses students' acting skills  11/21/96 p.35
    Honor roll  12/12/96 p.41
    Having a ball  12/26/96 p.21
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Rink welcomes winter revelers  1/11/96 p.5
    Langendorf Park project costs district $135,000  3/28/96
        p.20
    Barrington marks Earth Day with educational activities 
        4/18/96 p.8
    Dogs seen as threat to lake's blue herons  4/18/96 p.9
    District seeks grant to fund Miller Park improvements 
        4/25/96 p.9
    Park District applies for $200,000 state grant  6/27/96 p.28
    Football club field goal:  scoreboards at Beese Park 
        6/27/96 p.28
    Park District has big small plans for Miller Park  7/4/96
        p.25
    Park District Caribbean kickoff makes a splash  7/4/96 p.25
    Langendorf Park's pool needs replacing  7/18/96 p.7
    Popular park district employee dies  7/25/96 p.14
    In-line skating group pushing park facility  8/8/96 p.14
    Park board diving into pool plans  8/22/96 p.5
    Barrington Park District offering space to skaters  8/22/96
        p.9
    Expectations dip for new pool by Memorial Day  9/12/96 p.7
    Park district working on pool plans  9/19/96 p.6
    Park district turned down for state grant  9/19/96 p.6
    Langendorf entrance revamp started  10/3/96 p.6
    Barrington Park District honors Kevin Gall  10/10/96 p.7
    Club:  Pool without diving would flop  10/24/96 p.16
    Carpenter steps down as park board chief  12/12/96 p.7
 
BARRINGTON PARTNERS                                         
    Bizarre phone message received by business are forwarded to
        FBI  8/1/96 p.9
 
BARRINGTON SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ORGANIZATION                    
    District 220 staff still without contract  10/17/96 p.32
    District 220 workers file intent-to-strike notice  10/24/96
        p.5
    School union mediation date set  10/31/96 p.6
    School union seeking to avoid strike  11/7/96 p.5
    Strike is called off, union OKs contract  11/21/96 p.5
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Swimmers paddle like future Olympians  3/21/96 p.107
    BSC swimmers perform well at novelty meet  6/6/96 p.118
    Club:  Pool without diving would flop  10/24/96 p.16
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Sample ballot  10/31/96 p.107
    Ex-township trustee sentenced to prison  12/12/96 p.5
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN STATION                                    
    School parking lots may become skaters' havens  6/20/96 p.30
 
BARRINGTON UNITED WAY                                       
    District 220 staff helps Barrington United Way  12/19/96
        p.112
 
BARRINGTON VENTURE PARTNERSHIP                              
    Hotel plan criticized by advisory panel  8/1/96 p.31
 
BARRINGTON VFW LEGION POST 158 (BASEBALL CLUB)              
    Everyone guilty in Post 158 losses  7/4/96 p.98
    Post 158 find O in Oconomowoc  7/11/96 p.101
    Post 158 takes first step to State  7/25/96 p.109
    Post 158 takes first step to State  7/25/96 p.109
    Saveley's bat lifts Post 158 to district title 8/1/96 p.111
    Saveley's bat lifts Post 158 to district title  8/1/96 p.111
 
BARRINGTON VFW POST 7706                                    
    VFW Post 7706 marks its 50th year  6/13/96 p.24
    Village honors VFW Post 7706  9/5/96 p.12
    Village honors VFW Post 7706  9/5/96 p.12
    Vets share memories of service  11/14/96 p.7
    VFW rekindles interest in veterans' affairs  11/14/96 p.7
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB                              
    Football club field goal:  scoreboards at Beese Park 
        6/27/96 p.28
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Rotary Club donates $3,000 to BYS  4/11/96 p.6
    BYS chief Schulman is named to NU post  7/11/96 p.87
    BYS elects board members  7/25/96 p.86
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    New director should aid business owners  1/11/96 p.7
    Village weighs options in sprinkler requirements  1/11/96
        p.7
    Sprinkler debate coming from both sides of issue  1/25/96
        p.9
    Committee begins process of exploring police needs  2/8/96
        p.8
    Businesses win with new sprinkler code  2/15/96 p.7
    Officials continue search for village hall answers  2/15/96
        p.7
    Hansen to leave board  2/22/96 p.5
    Village to study possible street closures at St. Anne 
        2/29/96 p.11
    Village sells land to Barrington Dodge  2/29/96 p.12
    Police station plan falls through  3/14/96 p.7
    Railroad gate problems signal worries for police  3/14/96
        p.7
    "Speed" star joins cops for local film shoot  3/14/96 p.10
    Study to focus on neighborhood traffic patterns  3/21/96
        p.12
    Road salt ices railroad crossing gates  3/28/96 p.12
    Village covers deficit with past surplus  3/28/96 p.12
    Frommeyer named trustee  4/11/96 p.5
    Village to get $308,000 from land sale  4/11/96 p.6
    Barrington village board approves fire station deal 
        4/11/96 p.8
    Chief:  courtesy is key to solving noise issue  4/11/96 p.10
    Correction to story of 4/11/96  4/18/96 p.6
    Barrington invests in economic growth  4/18/96 p.14
    Downtown parking limits mulled  4/25/96 p.14
    Lengthy debate ensues over garage  5/9/96 p.6
    Board to take up sidewalk dining  5/9/96 p.7
    Village going to court over principles  5/16/96 p.5
    Barrington working on noise ordinance  5/23/96 p.6
    Some say in-line skaters are getting out of line  5/23/96
        p.8
    Barrington mulling bicycle helmet law  5/23/96 p.16
    Residents fighting mad over flood  5/30/96 p.5
    Liquor license granted  5/30/96 p.6
    Board seeks to slow Eastwood speeders  5/30/96 p.6
    Residents getting ready to run in Olympic relay  5/30/96
        p.13
    Village gets grant for police officer in middle schools 
        6/13/96 p.10
    Skating controversy spins in new direction  6/13/96 p.14
    Village, firefighters close to reaching contract terms 
        6/20/96 p.8
    School parking lots may become skaters' havens  6/20/96 p.30
    Biggest parade ever set for 4th  6/27/96 p.7
    Syzmanski exits from village post  7/4/96 p.12
    Traffic study result:  status quo kept  7/4/96 p.12
    Village inks Inc. contract  7/4/96 p.12
    Village has huge turnout for Fourth  7/11/96 p.7
    Panel suggests scooting skaters from downtown  7/11/96 p.8
    Fixing flooding problem may set precedent  7/18/96 p.5
    Village board shifts gear in free-wheeling debate  7/25/96
        p.9
    Area has history of fighting large developments  7/25/96
        p.12
    Panel considers capping campaign contributions  7/25/96 p.36
    UARCO antenna is approved  8/1/96 p.11
    Railroad crossing to be closed  8/8/96 p.6
    In-line skating debate continues  8/15/96 p.6
    Safety panel not sold on bicycle helmet law  8/15/96 p.9
    Barrington Park District offering space to skaters  8/22/96
        p.9
    In-line skating issue left unresolved again  8/29/96 p.10
    Market analyst hired by board  9/5/96 p.12
    Market analyst hired by board  9/5/96 p.12
    Village manager gets pay increase  9/5/96 p.12
    New ordinance targets sidewalk recklessness  9/12/96 p.8
    District 220 has role in enforcing new in-line skating law 
        9/26/96 p.31
    Village amends ethics code  10/3/96 p.6
    Village may need to look for employee parking lot  10/3/96
        p.9
    Treasurer's report  10/10/96 p.107
    Residents named to planning panel  10/17/96 p.6
    Neighbors, village team up to solve flooding problem 
        10/24/96 p.10
    Village makes drainage deal  11/7/96 p.6
    Village Green park may sprout on Lipofsky's site  11/14/96
        p.8
    Barrington obtains option for bank's vacant property 
        11/14/96 p.9
    Film crew mess irks downtown merchants  11/21/96 p.8
    Santa comes to Barrington Dec. 7  11/28/96 p.7
    Barrington village board mulls bicycle helmet law  11/28/96
        p.10
    Hamelberg seeks re-election  12/05/96 p.5
    Barrington village board gives levy slight increase 
        12/12/96 p.8
    Bike path grant could be at risk  12/12/96 p.14
    Barrington gears up for Giving Day  12/19/96 p.7
    Barrington chief taking Florida job  12/19/96 p.7
    Pace cuts Barrington-Lake Zurich bus service  12/19/96 p.14
    Barrington gets into giving  12/26/96 p.7
 
BASH, BARBARA                                               
    Interesting by nature  10/3/96 p.27
 
BATES, DANNY                                                
    Cops investigating new reports about Cary sex-crime suspect
        8/8/96 p.32
    Grand jury indicts Bates for assault  8/22/96 p.14
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Underdog Mullenix ready to challenge Beaubien  2/29/96 p.7
    Beaubien holds on to slight edge  3/21/96 p.7
    Beaubien:  county raises excessive  6/20/96 p.12
    Beaubien touts reputation of being a good listener 
        10/17/96 p.8
    Mountsier replaces Beaubien  10/31/p.5
    Beaubien wins Salvi's Springfield seat  11/14/96 p.13
 
BEDERSKE, KATHY                                             
    Wearing new hats:  former Barrington players now running
        the team  7/4/96 p.97
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Fall is ripe season for apple pickers  10/10/96 p.113
    Bell smells something rotten in apple orchard  10/31/96 p.8
 
BELL, JOHN III                                              
    Bell smells something rotten in apple orchard  10/31/96 p.8
 
BENJAMIN, C.J.                                              
    Garden Corner Nursery and Craft Addition; Jason Benjamin,
        C.J. Benjamin, and Steve Smith, owners  5/16/96 p.99
 
BENJAMIN, JASON                                             
    Garden Corner Nursery and Craft Addition; Jason Benjamin,
        C.J. Benjamin, and Steve Smith, owners  5/16/96 p.99
 
BENZ, DIANE                                                 
    Telephone talk rings up more mall controversy  7/25/96 p.8
 
BERGGREN, ASHLEY                                            
    Berggren numbers look good  3/7/96 p.105
 
BERGMAN, ROBERT                                             
    Bergman names himself successor to Pedersen post  11/28/96
        p.33
 
BERKOWITZ, MICHAEL                                          
    Berkowitz resigns from school board  7/18/96 p.5
 
BERNARDIN, JOSEPH CARDINAL                                  
    St. Anne mourns death of cardinal  11/21/96 p.10
 
BEVERLY INN                                                 
    Lake Zurich board approves three-story hotel on lakefront 
        4/11/96 p.7
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Club hopes to clean lake of trespassers  4/4/96 p.14
 
BILTMORE MANOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Biltmore Manor greeted with doubt  1/25/96 p.11
 
BISHOP, BILL                                                
    Take note:  Bishop swims to pair of state titles  2/29/96
        p.105
    Bishop and Smiley are honored at BHS awards banquet  6/6/96
        p.116
 
BISHOP, WILLARD                                             
    Bishop:  District 220 board needs creative solutions 
        8/15/96 p.12
 
BLANCHARD, PEGGY                                            
    New director should aid business owners  1/11/96 p.7
 
BOB'S BARBER SHOP                                           
    Barrington barber bowing out  9/12/96 p.93
 
BOLTON-ROST, NANCY                                          
    Victim, trustee team up on domestic violence committee 
        2/1/96 p.9
 	Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11

BONESS, ROBERT                                              
    Boness seeks election to promote education  10/17/96 p.8
 
BRACKUS, ROBERT                                             
    Local man wins Little Lotto prize  11/28/96 p.6
 
BRAITHWAITE, WILLIAM                                        
    Braithwaite:  village could afford more county cops 
        12/19/96 p.24
 
BRAVOS, ANTHONY G.                                          
    Two local men charged with assaulting police  12/26/96 p.8
 
BRAVOS, CHRISTOS G.                                         
    Two local men charged with assaulting police  12/26/96 p.8
 
BREHMER, JOHN                                               
    Brehmer:  Skinner not a constructive element  2/22/96 p.9
 
BROOKE, JERI                                                
    Tribal Expressions; Rob and Jeri Brooke, owners  5/2/96 p.B3
 
BROOKE, ROB                                                 
    Tribal Expressions; Rob and Jeri Brooke, owners  5/2/96 p.B3
 
BROOKS, STEPHANIE                                           
    Paralympic material  6/27/96 p.89
 
BROUGH, WILLIAM                                             
    Brough keeps fighting for protection of wetlands  1/4/96
        p.10
 
BROWN'S CHICKEN AND PASTA (RESTAURANT)                      
    Lake group:  Brown's review ill-advised  7/4/96 p.6
    Chiefs laud Brown's probe  8/22/96 p.32
 
BROWN, COREY J.                                             
    South Barrington cops help identify impostor  2/8/96 p.13
 
BROWN, KURT                                                 
    Man behind the mask  9/26/96 p.114
 
BROWN, TERRY                                                
    Crash settlement totals $15 million  9/19/96 p.10
    Correction to story of 9/19/96  9/26/96 p.6
 
BRUNN, MARGARET                                             
    Elgin Academy selects Brunn as its director  9/12/96 p.31
 
BUDDY FOUNDATION                                            
    Animal lovers find buddies for strays  3/7/96 p.81
 
BUENDORF, BETH RYDEEN                                       
    Cheer Elite; Beth Rydeen Buendorf, owner  5/23/96 p.89
 
BUFF, PAM                                                   
    Buff's 74 leads Fillies to own invitational title  9/19/96
        p.117
    Buff, Fillies pose with state medals  10/24/96 p.117
 
BURVAL, CAROLE A.                                           
    Barrington woman lands NAAC artist scholarship  4/11/96
        p.112
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Grocery prices reflect competition  1/11/96 p.75
    Clamping down  1/25/96 p.77
    Mega bank mergers spur creativity  2/1/96 p.89
    A growing trade [bartering]  2/8/96 p.7
    Businesses win with new sprinkler code  2/15/96 p.7
    Game time:  a new way to meat  3/7/96 p.97
    Power brokers  4/11/96 p.115
    Tighter smoking restrictions getting mixed response 
        7/25/96 p.101
    Scores of movie screens seeking homes in area  8/15/96 p.32
    Dinner and movie:  A potent combo?  8/15/96 p.33
    Job fair attendance disappoints retailers  8/29/96 p.29
    Fall crops coming in slowly  9/12/96 p.109
    Money and politics  9/26/96 p.105
    Button collecting an uncertain art  10/3/96 p.99
    Correction to story of 9/26/96  10/17/96 p.6
    Shell Oil unveils big plan for Main Street/Rt. 14 lot 
        10/31/96 p.9
    Flea market  11/7/96 p.85
    Millennium to cause computer havoc  11/14/96 p.109
    Keeping track  12/12/96 p.129
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Fancy Art N.F.P.; George Vodin, owner  2/8/96 p.73
    Patricia Rhodes Inc.; Patricia Rhodes, owner  2/8/96 p.89
    Creative Memories; Elaine Ezsak, owner  3/21/96 p.97
    My Secret Garden, Tammy Sittinger and Lisa Szuberla, owners
        4/18/96 p.123
    Design Toscano, Michael and Marilyn Stopka, owners  4/25/96
        p.101
    Tribal Expressions; Rob and Jeri Brooke, owners  5/2/96 p.B3
    Garden Corner Nursery and Craft Addition; Jason Benjamin,
        C.J. Benjamin, and Steve Smith, owners  5/16/96 p.99
    Cheer Elite; Beth Rydeen Buendorf, owner  5/23/96 p.89
    Haeger Pottery; Lexy Haeger Estes, owner  5/23/96 p.105
    Tropical Wings; Cynthia and George Schanck, owners  6/20/96
        p.113
    Anne's Unique Boutique; Anne DeKoning, owner  7/4/96 p.89
    Ozzi Water Park  8/8/96 p.101
    Earth Friendly Choices; John and Karla Guifoil, owners 
        8/15/96 p.101
    Pet-A-Coat Junction; Var Ketenjian, owner  9/19/96 p.105
    Dick Pond Athletics  10/31/96 p.101
    Guys & Dolls; Sherry Kozil, owner  11/21/96 p.117
    Solar Design; Jennifer Schmidt, owner  12/19/96 p.117
 
BUSSE WOODS FOREST PRESERVE                                 
    Decreasing deer population in Busse Woods bucks trend 
        12/05/96 p.10
 
CAILE, JOYCE                                                
    Water-storage issues prompt Caile to quit  5/30/96 p.22
 
CANBY, CALEN III                                            
    Canby calls it quits as fire district lawyer  1/25/96 p.11
 
CARDELLI, LEO                                               
    Cardelli the carver  7/11/96 p.79
 
CARELLI, DOROTHY                                            
    Residents fighting mad over flood  5/30/96 p.5
 
CARPENTER, ROBERT                                           
    Carpenter steps down as park board chief  12/12/96 p.7
 
CARR, DONNA                                                 
    Forsberg faces disciplinary action  9/5/96 p.5
 
CARRIAGE TRAIL (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Residents fighting mad over flood  5/30/96 p.5
    Flood-control steps taken  6/6/96 p.14
 
CARTWRIGHT, JIM                                             
    Cartwright gets Olympian wrestlers to mat on time  7/18/96
        p.116
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Cary woman combats power of prison gangs  8/8/96 p.12
    Cops investigating new reports about Cary sex-crime suspect
        8/8/96 p.32
    Cary neighbors protest re-zoning of Fox River site 
        11/28/96 p.35
 
CARY-GROVE HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Accident victims recalled at Cary-Grove graduation  6/13/96
        p.31
 
CASSELL, MARTIN L., JR.                                     
    Renaissance resident dies  5/23/96 p.10
 
CATENCAMP, PATRICIA                                         
    Bus driver never heard warnings before crash  1/25/96 p.24
 
CHABRIAN, DEBORAH                                           
    Watercolor creations  12/05/96 p.93
 
CHARTER BANK & TRUST NA                                     
    Settlement brings new look to Forest Knoll  1/25/96 p.17
 
CHEER ELITE                                                 
    Cheer Elite; Beth Rydeen Buendorf, owner  5/23/96 p.89
 
CHESSIE'S RESTAURANT                                        
    Unpleasant find reported in ketchup  5/2/96 p.14
 
CHICAGO BEARS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                               
    Bears punt on Hoffman Estates plan  1/18/96 p.6
 
CHICAGO WILDERNESS                                          
    Joining hands across prairies, wetlands  5/16/96 p.85
    Umbrella nature group established  6/13/96 p.19
 
CHICAGOLAND TRANSPORTATION & AIR QUALITY COMMISSION         
    Stopping sprawl needs planning, sharing  6/20/96 p.11
 
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                                            
    Conscious parenting  10/24/96 p.93
 
CINEMARK U.S.A., INC.                                       
    Race is on to approve area movie complex  8/15/96 p.32
    Theater race pits villages as rivals again  9/26/96 p.11
    Theaters may saturate area market  9/26/96 p.11
    Stage set for 2 theaters to open  11/28/96 p.14
 
CITIZENS AGAINST RUNAWAY EXPENDITURES                       
    Nemec: Open Meetings Act wasn't violated  11/21/96 p.14
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Natural learning  2/1/96 p.27
    Barrington marks Earth Day with educational activities 
        4/18/96 p.8
    Water issues poured over at hearing  8/29/96 p.14
    Taubman team addresses mall-site water concern  9/19/96 p.8
 
CITIZENS FOR EDUCATION                                      
    Ex-foes uniting to solve school referendum woes  6/6/96 p.21
    Citizens for Education goal:  surfing for ideas  6/13/96
        p.15
    Bishop:  District 220 board needs creative solutions 
        8/15/96 p.12
    Group seeks to chart District 220's future  10/3/96 p.5
    District 220 urged to think, operate like a business 
        11/21/96 p.13
 
CLAIRBORNE, JOHN H.                                         
    Funeral for Clairborne will be Saturday  5/23/96 p.10
 
CLEARBROOK MANOR                                            
    Neighbors wary of group home in Schaumburg  12/12/96 p.36
 
CLINE, KAREN LEE                                            
    Cline eyes Mrs. Illinois title  3/28/96 p.8
 
CLINE, MARGE                                                
    Olympics deliver great memories for local volunteer 
        8/22/96 p.7
 
COFFELT, SALLY                                              
    Coffelt, Jones seeking county clerk job  10/24/96 p.20
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    CLC narrows president search  5/9/96 p.11
    Naff named CLC chief  5/23/96 p.30
 
COLLIGNON, GERALD C.                                        
    Fireman charged with striking policeman after a traffic
        stop  5/9/96 p.9
 
COLLINS, JERRY                                              
    Barrington couple killed in downstate plane crash  2/22/96
        p.8
    Coroner rules on February plane crash  7/25/96 p.32
 
COLLINS, JO ANNE                                            
    Barrington couple killed in downstate plane crash  2/22/96
        p.8
    Coroner rules on February plane crash  7/25/96 p.32
 
COLLINS, THOMAS W.                                          
    FBI:  Collins' life in hiding still a mystery  8/1/96 p.26
 
COMMITTEE TO PREVENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE                      
    Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11
 
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                              
    Sense of community  11/14/96 p.89
 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                       
    Market analyst hired by board  9/5/96 p.12
    Residents named to planning panel  10/17/96 p.6
    Village Green project gains steam  11/21/96 p.7
 
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES                           
    Hearings to discuss restoration  10/17/96 p.9
    Both sides heard at restoration meetings  11/21/96 p.34
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Campaign keeps Deer Grove open for cyclists  3/28/96 p.14
    Bicycle trail will extend from Harper to Crabtree  6/20/96
        p.7
    Hearings to discuss restoration  10/17/96 p.9
    Skeptics doubtful of forest preserve restoration plans 
        11/14/96 p.34
    Both sides heard at restoration meetings  11/21/96 p.34
    Trouble piles up for county official  12/05/96 p.16
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Real Property Assessments  2/8/96 p.E1
    County offers incentive to neuter pets  2/15/96 p.6
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
    Assessment  11/28/96 p.113
 
COOKE, DEBBY                                                
    Cookes celebrate 50th  11/14/96 p.99
 
COOKE, HANK                                                 
    Cookes celebrate 50th  11/14/96 p.99
 
COPLAND, PATTY                                              
    Romance with an edge  9/19/96 p.89
 
CORODY, JOHN G.                                             
    Two men injured in Rt. 14 accident  8/8/96 p.10
 
CORPORATE WIVES CLUB                                        
    Corporate wives turn to club for company  2/22/96 p.105
 
COTSWOLD MANOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Drainage problems  1/18/96 p.14
 
COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS                          
    Garden club panel honors businesses  12/05/96 p.104
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Science teacher is charged with battery  4/4/96 p.27
    Students race through books  5/9/96 p.7
    Teacher gets day in court  5/16/96 p.24
    Off to be the wizard  5/30/96 p.29
    Trip to France gives students new perspective  6/27/96 p.32
 
COUNTRYSIDE UNITARIAN-UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF PALATINE       
    Visual theology  1/4/96 p.19
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Craning for Capitol Hill  2/29/96 p.8
    Crane scores easy win in Republican primary  3/21/96 p.9
    Crane supported failed tax-hike amendment  4/18/96 p.18
    Money and politics  9/26/96 p.105
    Campaign for Congress  10/10/96 p.9
    Correction to story of 9/26/96  10/17/96 p.6
    Crane, Hull answer readers' questions  10/24/96 p.14
    Phil Crane celebrates birthday with victory  11/7/96 p.7
 
CREATIVE MEMORIES                                           
    Creative Memories; Elaine Ezsak, owner  3/21/96 p.97
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Police find answers to bone mystery  1/4/96 p.5
    Friends say Masters' home often turned violent  1/4/96 p.5
    Two Masters children died violently  1/11/96 p.5
    Friends, family never quit searching for "Butch"  1/11/96
        p.9
    Crash ends chase, results in charges  1/11/96 p.12
    Correction to story of 1/11/96  1/18/96 p.6
    Unsolved murders still haunt local authorities  1/18/96 p.8
    Police:  Fire victim was shot in head  1/25/96 p.5
    Family members question suspicious source of fire  1/25/96
        p.8
    Police chase leads in arson/murders  2/1/96 p.5
    Spotlight won't dim village image  2/1/96 p.7
    They were so vibrant:  slain couple lived full lives 
        2/1/96 p.7
    Task force members tackle major county crime cases  2/1/96
        p.7
    Police:  no motive in local woman's death  2/1/96 p.10
    Guilty verdict returned in Island Lake shooting  2/1/96 p.12
    Clues remain few in Hills murders  2/8/96 p.5
    Man charged with involuntary manslaughter in death of son 
        2/8/96 p.5
    Correction to story of 2/1/96  2/8/96 p.6
    South Barrington cops help identify impostor  2/8/96 p.13
    Masters case takes another strange twist  2/15/96 p.5
    Algonquin man remains focus of murder probe  2/15/96 p.5
    Former Lake Barrington man faces sex charges  2/29/96 p.5
    Lichtman insurance agents doubt existence of artwork 
        2/29/96 p.10
    Task force members move out  2/29/96 p.10
    High school gym teacher charged with battery  2/29/96 p.11
    Correction to story of 2/29/96  3/7/96 p.6
    Police:  We'll find murder suspect  3/7/96 p.7
    Wife's statements lead police to arrest warrant  3/7/96 p.7
    Search for Hommerson could go international  3/7/96 p.7
    Father, son indicted on federal fraud charges  3/7/96 p.9
    Location and real name of suspect are a mystery  3/14/96 p.9
    Man who was called suspect relieved at Hommerson's arrest 
        3/14/96 p.9
    Party in Inverness turns into one big bust  3/21/96 p.5
    Police name arrested partygoers  3/21/96 p.8
    Police prepare for registry  3/21/96 p.22
    Another 25 teens charged by police  3/28/96 p.11
    Cops defend decision despite suspect's flight  3/28/96 p.20
    Scam causes hangups for bank  4/4/96 p.6
    Cops bust 17 in drug raid  4/4/96 p.9
    Businessman is baffled by fraud charge  4/4/96 p.24
    Home builder charged with sex crime  4/11/96 p.9
    Hommerson to be featured on TV show  4/11/96 p.10
    John Master's lawyer seeking plea bargain  4/11/96 p.22
    Bomb threat revealed as hoax  4/25/96 p.6
    Inverness party in court Friday  4/25/96 p.6
    Marijuana found in gym locker  4/25/96 p.6
    Show prompts murder leads  5/2/96 p.5
    Former township trustee to face charges May 28  5/2/96 p.5
    Unpleasant find reported in ketchup  5/2/96 p.14
    Police arrest 14 teens at Inverness party  5/9/96 p.5
    Fireman charged with striking policeman after a traffic
        stop  5/9/96 p.9
    Teacher gets day in court  5/16/96 p.24
    Train nearly hits kids running over tracks  5/16/96 p.24
    Arrests don't deter teen drinking  5/16/96 p.25
    Car accident leads cops to teens' drinking party  5/23/96
        p.9
    Police can't fight gang problem alone  5/23/96 p.11
    Three bars reprimanded for violations  5/30/96 p.6
    Masters enters guilty plea  5/30/96 p.8
    Burglary suspect arrested by cops  5/30/96 p.10
    Stable arson verdict yields split decision  5/30/96 p.24
    Dad gets probation, son to be cremated  6/6/96 p.7
    Judge calls Masters family seriously dysfunctional  6/6/96
        p.9
    Country club hit twice by vandals  6/6/96 p.12
    Ex-trustee convicted of fraud  6/13/96 p.5
    Masters gives ok for son's cremation  6/20/96 p.6
    Cops charge three teen-agers with 23 counts of vandalism 
        6/20/96 p.8
    Silver Shovel digs up local Teamster tie  6/27/96 p.5
    Woman is robbed by man with knife  6/26/96 p.10
    Murder suspect eludes manhunt  6/27/96 p.14
    Lake group:  Brown's review ill-advised  7/4/96 p.6
    Teen-ager with gun taken into custody  7/4/96 p.6
    Murder trial's delays irk victim's family  7/4/96 p.19
    Girl's murder tied to boyfriend's gang  7/4/96 p.20
    Cops bust 49 teens in Barrington Hills  7/11/96 p.13
    Inverness resident flees, leads cops on high-speed chase 
        7/18/96 p.29
    Kendall County drops charges against teens  7/25/96 p.18
    Wedding turns into family feud  7/25/96 p.18
    Police seek help in identifying murdered girl  7/25/96 p.28
    Teacher's trial date set  8/1/96 p.6
    FBI:  Collins' life in hiding still a mystery  8/1/96 p.26
    Barrington resident charged in assault  8/1/96 p.30
    Ex-con offered no hints of background  8/1/96 p.37
    Case raises questions on convict registration  8/1/96 p.37
    Cary woman combats power of prison gangs  8/8/96 p.12
    Bomb threat leads to arrest  8/8/96 p.20
    Health department worker accused of taking payoffs  8/8/96
        p.31
    Cops investigating new reports about Cary sex-crime suspect
        8/8/96 p.32
    McHenry County mulls juvenile jail options  8/8/96 p.33
    Kids found skating on school roof  8/15/96 p.6
    Mom busted for son's beer-drinking guests  8/15/96 p.8
    Grand jury indicts Bates for assault  8/22/96 p.14
    Alleged TV theft foiled  8/22/96 p.24
    Chiefs laud Brown's probe  8/22/96 p.32
    Two boys who abused goose face sentencing  8/29/86 p.9
    Chief:  "MacGyver" mailbox bombs may deliver danger 
        8/29/96 p.10
    Robbery suspect nabbed  8/29/96 p.23
    Wauconda police chief arrested  8/29/96 p.32
    Liquor store employee arrested  9/5/96 p.6
    Repeat sex offender gets prison term  9/5/96 p.6
    District 220 issues warning on sex offender  9/5/96 p.10
    Teens face charges after crashing van  9/5/96 p.14
    Wauconda fires its police chief  9/5/96 p.23
    BHS teacher found not guilty  9/12/96 p.5
    Sex offender leaves Barrington Hills  9/12/96 p.6
    Man robbed at Barrington Lakes complex  9/12/96 p.10
    Cops link teen boys to MacGyver bombs  9/12/96 p.13
    Local attorney gets 41-month stay in prison  9/26/96 p.5
    Burglars breaking into area animal hospitals  9/26/96 p.8
    Man arrested on gun charge  9/26/96 p.9
    State's Attorney drops sex charge, trial is canceled 
        9/26/96 p.13
    Police suspect foul play in Palatine death  9/26/96 p.27
    Road builder charged with fraud  10/10/96 p.5
    Panel dismisses case against Forsberg  11/7/96 p.5
    Unruly, underaged smokers busted  11/7/96 p.6
    Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11
    Cops: driver was drunk at time of six-car crash  11/21/96
        p.9
    Crack bust at Budgetel  11/21/96 p.28
    New developments in murder probe  11/28/96 p.5
    Candidate arrested at Barrington train station  12/05/96
        p.24
    Trouble piles up for county official  12/05/96 p.16
    Ex-township trustee sentenced to prison  12/12/96 p.5
    Costumed suspects captured-in photo  12/12/96 p.9
    Graffiti posse to cleanse silos  12/12/96 p.26
    Dancers sting operation nets prostitution charges  12/19/96
        p.16
    Grinch steals, then returns Christmas  12/19/96 p.103
    Sex offender moves to area  12/26/96 p.6
    Attorney:  Hovland will stand trial  12/26/96 p.6
    Two local men charged with assaulting police  12/26/96 p.8
 
CROHN, NORM                                                 
    Officer recovers [from heart attack]  1/18/96 p.14
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Assessment roll  11/14/96 p.Q1
    Nelson named Cuba Township supervisor  11/21/96 p.7
    Delinquencies 11/21/96 p.113
 
CULT AWARENESS NETWORK                                      
    Cult Awareness Network closes its office  6/27/96 p.11
 
CYCLING PATHS                                               
    Bicycle trail will extend from Harper to Crabtree  6/20/96
        p.7
    Bike path grant could be at risk  12/12/96 p.14
 
DA BOLL, DAVID                                              
    Crazy witch crash slows traffic  10/31/96 p.5
 
DA BOLL, KARRIN                                             
    Crazy witch crash slows traffic  10/31/96 p.5
 
DANCERS                                                     
    Village board backs off legal action on billboard  4/11/96
        p.14
    Dancers sting operation nets prostitution charges  12/19/96
        p.16
 
DANCING                                                     
    Strictly ballroom  4/11/96 p.31
 
DANLEY, DAVID                                               
    Fire chief Danley honored  11/14/96 p.6
 
DAVID, ALICE                                                
    Funeral planned for Alice David  8/29/96 p.8
 
DE CAMP, KENNEY                                             
    Strictly ballroom  4/11/96 p.31
 
DE KONING, ANNE                                             
    Anne's Unique Boutique; Anne DeKoning, owner  7/4/96 p.89
 
DE LANEY, BONNIE                                            
    Charter-school group would like help from District 214 
        5/30/96 p.30
 
DE YOUNG, PETE                                              
    DeYoung makes the grade  6/13/96 p.29
 
DEER                                                        
    Deer gets stuck inside basement  2/1/96 p.6
    Decreasing deer population in Busse Woods bucks trend 
        12/05/96 p.10
    Tis the season for deer-car collisions  12/05/96 p.10
 
DEER GROVE COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE                      
    Campaign keeps Deer Grove open for cyclists  3/28/96 p.14
    Markers to channel cyclists, equestrians at Deer Grove 
        4/18/96 p.9
    Deer Grove restoration work day set for July 21  7/11/96
        p.14
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park requests LZ police services  3/14/96 p.10
    Kildeer residents blame floods on Deer Park  5/23/96 p.7
 
DELLAMORA, LISA                                             
    School makes room for reading  12/05/96 p.33
 
DEPKE, BOB                                                  
    Candidates for Depke's chair step forward  4/25/96 p.21
    Depke defending real estate deals  5/23/96 p.27
    Deerfield resident to replace Depke as SWALCO chief 
        12/12/96 p.13
 
DESIGN TOSCANO                                              
    Design Toscano, Michael and Marilyn Stopka, owners  4/25/96
        p.101
 
DEVINE, DAN                                                 
    Devine ousts O'Malley from prosecutor post  11/7/96 p.7
 
DICK POND ATHELTICS                                         
    Dick Pond Athletics  10/31/96 p.101
 
DICKOW, GREGORY                                             
    Life Changers Church coming to Barrington Hills  2/1/96 p.8
    Residents fear changes brought by new church  2/8/96 p.10
    Life Changers International Church  11/28/96 p.99
 
DISASTER RELIEF                                             
    CROP Walk '96 set for Sunday  10/17/96 p.13
 
DON MCCUE LINCOLN MERCURY                                   
    Car dealer back to normal after fire  7/11/96 p.11
 
DORAZIL, R.J.                                               
    Dorazil earns state berth - at last  11/7/96 p.109
    All smiles for all-stater Dorazil  11/14/96 p.117
 
DREW, REBECCA L.                                            
    Police:  no motive in local woman's death  2/1/96 p.10
 
DRUCK, DANIEL                                               
    Write-in hopeful for Congress writes off chances of running
        3/21/96 p.10
 
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION                             
    Pizza sales fund DARE program  5/9/96 p.9
    Area fifth-graders DARE to have fun  5/23/96 p.31
    Payton dares Grove grads to be true to themselves  6/6/96
        p.11
    South Barrington police pleased by DARE Run results 
        11/21/96 p.33
 
DRUGS                                                       
    Hemp Hype  4/4/96 p.101
    Crack bust at Budgetel  11/21/96 p.28
 
DUNDEE TOWNSHIP ROTARY CLUB                                 
    Rotarians aid orphanage  10/17/96 p.13
 
DURBIN, DICK                                                
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
    Conservative Salvi gearing up to face Democrat's Durbin 
        3/28/96 p.9
    Salvi, Durbin seeking support from suburbs  5/30/96 p.18
    Salvi, Durbin differ on money matters  10/10/96 p.15
    Salvi, Durbin bickering over who's extreme  10/17/96 p.16
    Salvi, Durbin answer readers' questions  10/31/96 p.11
    Guns may have been pivotal in Senate race  11/7/96 p.10
 
DWYER, PATRICK                                              
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
 
EARTH FRIENDLY CHOICES                                      
    Earth Friendly Choices; John and Karla Guifoil, owners 
        8/15/96 p.101
 
EARTH-WISDOM LABYRINTH                                      
    Rocky path to inner peace  11/21/96 p.93
 
EASTWOOD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                 
    Board seeks to slow Eastwood speeders  5/30/96 p.6
    Eastwood speed limit may be lowered  7/18/96 p.6
 
EATON, JEANETTE                                             
    Cary woman combats power of prison gangs  8/8/96 p.12
 
EDGAR, JAMES                                                
    Edgar recognizes emergency teams  2/8/96 p.20
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Inclusion sparks special ed controversy  4/4/96 p.33
    Janney:  District 220's SEDOL dispute is not about
        inclusion  4/4/96 p.33
    Charter-school group would like help from District 214 
        5/30/96 p.30
    War study focuses less on battles  5/30/96 p.32
    Lesson of genocide  6/6/96 p.30
    Teachers engage in squeeze play  7/25/96 p.26
    New traffic signal by schools planned  9/5/96 p.12
    Pete Fitzgerald to speak at charter school meeting  9/12/96
        p.29
    Pete Fitzgerald to speak at charter school meeting  9/12/96
        p.29
    Fitzgerald says he'll fight for charter-school group 
        9/26/96 p.14
    Fitzgerald says he'll fight for charter-school group 
        9/26/96 p.14
    Boness seeks election to promote education  10/17/96 p.8
    Reading remains key to education  11/21/96 p.38
    Debate rages as reading score decline continues  11/21/96
        p.38
    Charter plan goes to school boards within next month 
        11/28/96 p.12
    Mathematics skills often mean more than mere computation 
        12/12/96 p.45
    Learning freedom  12/19/96 p.36
    Charter school hearing set  12/26/96 p.6
 
EINSTEIN'S BAGELS                                           
    Round table discussion  8/15/96 p.5
 
EISENHOWER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL                               
    Marijuana found in gym locker  4/25/96 p.6
    Trustees ok campus cop  8/15/96 p.6
    District 54 gets officer for junior high school  8/15/96
        p.31
 
EITER, ROB                                                  
    Eiter hoping to party on Olympic mats  7/18/96 p.116
 
ELA AREA FAMILY YMCA                                        
    Village helping YMCA build  5/2/96 p.6
    Village to donate $10,000 to Ela YMCA  5/23/96 p.6
    Ela YMCA still needs support  6/13/96 p.6
    Drive raises $2 million for Ela YMCA  8/1/96 p.6
 
ELA AREA FESTIVAL OF ARTS                                   
    Artists flock to Ela fest  9/12/96 p.24
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Assessment  12/12/96 p.E1
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Democrats still looking for Crane opponent  1/11/96 p.22
    Petitions challenged in congressional race  1/18/96 p.9
    Crane, opponent survive challenges, stay on ballot  1/25/96
        p.10
    Former party organizer challenges Perot group  2/8/96 p.24
    Skinner:  taxpayer ally needed in Springfield  2/22/96 p.9
    Brehmer:  Skinner not a constructive element  2/22/96 p.9
    Coming of age  2/22/96 p.27
    Underdog Mullenix ready to challenge Beaubien  2/29/96 p.7
    Craning for Capitol Hill  2/29/96 p.8
    Moderate takes job hunt on campaign trail  2/29/96 p.8
    County Board candidates see growth as main issue  2/29/96
        p.9
    Questions rise over referendum impact  3/7/96 p.5
    County board candidates share views on growth  3/7/96 p.10
    Kustra, Salvi battle for GOP nod  3/7/96 p.15
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
    Voter information guide [special section]  3/7/96
    Board president:  look at more than numbers  3/14/96 p.5
    Democrat hopes voters will write in history  3/14/96 p.11
    Voters Guide  3/14/96 p.22
    Strike 2 for Unit 220  3/21/96 p.5
    Results  3/21/96 p.5
    Salvi aims for November  3/21/96 p.7
    Beaubien holds on to slight edge  3/21/96 p.7
    Mountsier wins by narrow margin  3/21/96 p.7
    Three local incumbents win  3/21/96 p.8
    Crane scores easy win in Republican primary  3/21/96 p.9
    Postal officials stamp out improper election tactic 
        3/21/96 p.10
    Write-in hopeful for Congress writes off chances of running
        3/21/96 p.10
    Geographic divisions key to referendum vote  3/28/96 p.7
    Conservative Salvi gearing up to face Democrat's Durbin 
        3/28/96 p.9
    Balance of power shifts in Lake County  3/28/96 p.19
    Hull not deterred by low vote total  3/28/96 p.24
    Lake votes were slow to be counted  4/4/96 p.8
    Democrat slated to face Skinner  5/23/96 p.12
    Salvi, Durbin seeking support from suburbs  5/30/96 p.18
    Democrats to file petition to boot Big Joe  5/30/96 p.23
    Powalowski hearing set  6/6/96 p.6
    Salvi picks campaign chair  6/13/96 p.9
    State panel rules that Powalowski can stay on ballot to
        face Skinner  7/11/96 p.22
    Delegates hope abortion not defining issue  8/15/96 p.36
    Manzullo seeks re-election to the 16th district seat 
        9/12/96 p.22
    Lee:  Issues more important to voters than party labels 
        9/12/96 p.22
    Money and politics  9/26/96 p.105
    Salvi may resign from state house  10/3/96 p.14
    Campaign for Congress  10/10/96 p.9
    Salvi, Durbin differ on money matters  10/10/96 p.15
    Correction to story of 9/26/96  10/17/96 p.6
    Boness seeks election to promote education  10/17/96 p.8
    Beaubien touts reputation of being a good listener 
        10/17/96 p.8
    Salvi, Durbin bickering over who's extreme  10/17/96 p.16
    Skinner has role as tax watchdog  10/17/96 p.34
    "Big Joe" says he'll bring home bacon  10/17/96 p.34
    GOP rallies its troops  10/24/96 p.9
    Crane, Hull answer readers' questions  10/24/96 p.14
    Coffelt, Jones seeking county clerk job  10/24/96 p.20
    Recorder hopefuls waging fierce battle  10/24/96 p.20
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
    Skinner-Powalowski debate set for Oct. 28  10/24/96 p.21
    Salvi, Durbin answer readers' questions  10/31/96 p.11
    Voters Guide  10/31/96 p.18
    Sample ballot  10/31/96 p.107
    Phil Crane celebrates birthday with victory  11/7/96 p.7
    Devine ousts O'Malley from prosecutor post  11/7/96 p.7
    Guns may have been pivotal in Senate race  11/7/96 p.10
    Democrat wins recorder race  11/7/96 p.10
    Suburban volunteers were at core of Salvi campaign  11/7/96
        p.11
    Voters choose Skinner again  11/7/96 p.12
    Manzullo tops Lee  11/7/96 p.12
    Pedersen appeared ok in days before elections  11/14/96 p.10
    Election divides power in Springfield  11/14/96 p.11
    Beaubien wins Salvi's Springfield seat  11/14/96 p.13
    Long Grove referendum fails  11/14/96 p.24
    Low spending defines races  11/21/96 p.30
    Bergman names himself successor to Pedersen post  11/28/96
        p.33
    Hamelberg seeks re-election  12/05/96 p.5
    Kempe seeks another term  12/12/96 p.8
    Kempe to face election challenge  12/19/96 p.6
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5
 
ELGIN ACADEMY                                               
    Elgin Academy selects Brunn as its director  9/12/96 p.31
 
ELGIN JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                             
    EJ&E freight traffic may double  6/6/96 p.5
 
ERICKSON, DON                                               
    Designing the pig-proof home  6/27/96 p.103
 
ERICKSON, JEFFREY                                           
    Conference to feature film about Hoffman Estates cop 
        4/11/96 p.25
 
ERICKSON, PAT                                               
    Designing the pig-proof home  6/27/96 p.103
 
ESTES, LEXY HAEGER                                          
    Haeger Pottery; Lexy Haeger Estes, owner  5/23/96 p.105
 
EVANS, RALPH                                                
    Ex-Tower Lakes police chief dies  11/21/96 p.14
 
EXECUTIVE TIME OUT SPA                                      
    Spa owner:  zoning law is unfair  2/8/96 p.12
 
EZSAK, ELAINE                                               
    Creative Memories; Elaine Ezsak, owner  3/21/96 p.97
 
FAIR, EDGAR                                                 
    Chief Fair's ex-wife files for order of protection  6/20/96
        p.10
 
FAIR, JULIE                                                 
    Chief Fair's ex-wife files for order of protection  6/20/96
        p.10
 
FANCY ART N.F.P.                                            
    Fancy Art N.F.P.; George Vodin, owner  2/8/96 p.73
 
FARLEY, KATHY                                               
    Birthday card comes two years late  8/1/96 p.14
 
FERNANDEZ, ALEX                                             
    Barrington Hills cop named to task force  3/28/96 p.13
 
FIRES                                                       
    Police:  Fire victim was shot in head  1/25/96 p.5
    Family members question suspicious source of fire  1/25/96
        p.8
    Barrington home fire  2/8/96 p.5
    Overturned lamp sparked house fire  2/15/96 p.6
    Grass fire almost claims deck  3/28/96 p.10
    Family returns to find home in flames  5/9/96 p.5
    Fire put out quietly Sunday night  5/16/96 p.24
    Eight horses are killed in morning barn fire  5/30/96 p.9
    Arson ruled out in barn fire  6/13/96 p.8
    Housekeeper helps avert tragedy  6/27/96 p.6
    Car dealer back to normal after fire  7/11/96 p.11
    Fire guts home, but dogs are saved  7/18/96 p.7
    Fire strikes local auto body shop  10/17/96 p.14
 
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS OF BARRINGTON                         
    Another Barrington bank acquired  2/1/96 p.6
 
FIRST OF AMERICA BANK                                       
    Costumed suspects captured-in photo  12/12/96 p.9
 
FITZGERALD, PETER                                           
    Pete Fitzgerald to speak at charter school meeting  9/12/96
        p.29
    Fitzgerald says he'll fight for charter-school group 
        9/26/96 p.14
 
FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM                                        
    Fitzpatrick leaving village after 13 years as activist 
        2/22/96 p.8
 
FLICK, JOY                                                  
    Fire-safety message sent overseas  3/7/96 p.9
 
FLINT CREEK COMMITTEE                                       
    Federal funds may flow to Flint Creek  10/24/96 p.7
 
FLINT CREEK FARM (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                  
    Archeologists unearth the past  10/31/96 p.7
    Archeologists dig up 13 skeletons  11/28/96 p.11
 
FLOYD, GARY                                                 
    Window washer plunges three stories, survives  2/1/96 p.12
 
FLYING DUTCHMAN FARM                                        
    Flying Dutchman Farm; Susan Gohl, owner  7/18/96 p.103
 
FOREST KNOLL (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    Settlement brings new look to Forest Knoll  1/25/96 p.17
 
FORSBERG, TED                                               
    Forsberg faces disciplinary action  9/5/96 p.5
    Panel dismisses case against Forsberg  11/7/96 p.5
 
FORTNEY, DONALD                                             
    Fortneys to leave legacy when they leave village  10/31/96
        p.10
 
FORTNEY, SHEILA                                             
    Fortneys to leave legacy when they leave village  10/31/96
        p.10
 
FOX HOLLOW (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    New subdivision plat approved  7/4/96 p.12
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    Cary neighbors protest re-zoning of Fox River site 
        11/28/96 p.35
 
FOX RIVER GROVE MEMORIAL PAVILION FOUNDATION                
    Pavilion to include indoor recreation  9/5/96 p.22
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    More safety at crossings urged  1/11/96 p.23
    Bus driver never heard warnings before crash  1/25/96 p.24
    Police:  bus crossed tracks properly  2/1/96 p.26
    Edgar recognizes emergency teams  2/8/96 p.20
    IDOT donates land for crash memorial  7/25/96 p.24
    Pavilion to include indoor recreation  9/5/96 p.22
 
FOX RIVER PRESERVE                                          
    Wedding on the water  9/5/96 p.79
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY HUNT                                       
    Howling good time  5/16/96 p.7
 
FOX, MEGAN                                                  
    Board rescinds suspension  12/19/96 p.28
 
FREMD HIGH SCHOOL                                           
    A cut above:  awards sprout for teen's mowing business 
        6/13/96 p.105
 
FROMMEYER, DANIEL                                           
    Frommeyer named trustee  4/11/96 p.5
 
FULLER, WARREN                                              
    Fuller seeks village staff adjustments  12/19/96 p.6
 
FYFFE, GARON                                                
    Critter eviction  7/11/96 p.93
 
GALL, KEVIN                                                 
    Barrington Park District honors Kevin Gall  10/10/96 p.7
 
GARDEN CORNER NURSERY AND CRAFT ADDITION                    
    Garden Corner Nursery and Craft Addition; Jason Benjamin,
        C.J. Benjamin, and Steve Smith, owners  5/16/96 p.99
 
GARRISON, DAVID L.                                          
    Garrison earns AKA award  12/19/96 p.130
 
GASPERI, ELLEN                                              
    Couple acquire bits of Camelot  5/2/96 p.5
 
GASPERI, RICHARD                                            
    Couple acquire bits of Camelot  5/2/96 p.5
 
GENOVESE, THOMAS A.                                         
    Barrington resident charged in assault  8/1/96 p.30
 
GERARD, WILLIAM, JR.                                        
    Father, son indicted on federal fraud charges  3/7/96 p.9
    Former township trustee to face charges May 28  5/2/96 p.5
    Local attorney gets 41-month stay in prison  9/26/96 p.5
 
GERARD, WILLIAM, SR.                                        
    Father, son indicted on federal fraud charges  3/7/96 p.9
    Former township trustee to face charges May 28  5/2/96 p.5
    Ex-trustee convicted of fraud  6/13/96 p.5
    Ex-township trustee sentenced to prison  12/12/96 p.5
 
GERWIG, STEPHEN                                             
    Alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/28/96 p.31
 
GIBBS, RONALD                                               
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
 
GIBSON, TANIA                                               
    BHS graduate wins Miss Illinois title  7/4/96 p.7
    Miss Illinois visits  8/15/96 p.9
    There she is [Miss Illinois]  8/29/96 p.5
    Gibson call pageant "positive experience"  9/19/96 p.7
 
GILBERT, RALPH                                              
    Village Green project gains steam  11/21/96 p.7
 
GIVOT, STEVEN                                               
    Givot applies for board vacancy  7/25/96 p.7
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Home's design leads to lawsuit  9/5/96 p.7
 
GOFF, CINDY                                                 
    Carriage driver meets challenge  7/25/96 p.79
 
GONGOLA, DICK                                               
    Lending a hand in poker  8/22/96 p.81
 
GONZALEZ, CARLOS GARCIA                                     
    Guilty verdict returned in Island Lake shooting  2/1/96 p.12
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Special deliveries at Good Shepherd usher in New Year 
        1/4/96 p.12
    Changes in health care force layoffs  1/18/96 p.7
    Hospital's new baby  2/1/96 p.73
    No one hurt during car mishap at GSH  7/25/96 p.38
    Eye-bank honors GSH  8/8/96 p.98
    Good Shepherd honors employees  12/05/96 p.104
 
GORBACHEV, MIKHAIL                                          
    BHS grad discusses ecology and politics with Gorbachev 
        10/17/96 p.9
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Mayors tell congressmen they want local control  2/15/96 p.8
    Bill seeks to stop felon name changes  4/4/96 p.18
    Bill creates insurance for nursing facilities  4/11/96 p.18
    Crane supported failed tax-hike amendment  4/18/96 p.18
    Tax amendment is unnecessary - Porter  4/25/96 p.18
    Mental health coverage won't change this year  5/9/96 p.18
    Hyde:  GOP shouldn't change abortion stand  6/6/96 p.10
    McHenry residents back GOP's actions  7/11/96 p.20
    Consumer group scores Congress  7/25/96 p.33
    Republicans to appoint Pedersen's replacement  11/14/96 p.10
 
GRAFT, MICHAEL                                              
    New park trustee  2/1/96 p.24
 
GRAMS, BILL                                                 
    Grams resigns  12/12/96 p.33
 
GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER                           
    Sailors talk turkey with area families  12/05/96 p.7
 
GREENE, MIKE                                                
    Wauconda fires its police chief  9/5/96 p.23
 
GREENSWARD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Brough keeps fighting for protection of wetlands  1/4/96
        p.10
    Wetlands fight continues  5/16/96 p.10
    Feds make ruling in wetland feud  6/13/96 p.19
 
GREETIS, CHRIS                                              
    Greetis still loving his BHS hoops  3/7/96 p.106
 
GREFFIN, KEN                                                
    Village going to court over principles  5/16/96 p.5
 
GREGSON, KEVIN                                              
    Lefty Gregson no longer being left out of lineup  4/11/96
        p.128
 
GREVER, BOB                                                 
    New chairman presides over split county board  12/05/96 p.9
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove School mobile unit loses power  1/11/96 p.6
    Payton dares Grove grads to be true to themselves  6/6/96
        p.11
    Grove gears up for carnival  8/15/96 p.19
    School fundraiser enjoys 10th year  9/26/96 p.29
    Finding the magic in science  12/12/96 p.39
 
GUILFOIL, JOHN                                              
    Earth Friendly Choices; John and Karla Guifoil, owners 
        8/15/96 p.101
 
GUILFOIL, KATHY                                             
    Earth Friendly Choices; John and Karla Guifoil, owners 
        8/15/96 p.101
 
GUYS & DOLLS                                                
    Guys & Dolls; Sherry Kozil, owner  11/21/96 p.117
 
HAEGER POTTERY                                              
    Haeger Pottery; Lexy Haeger Estes, owner  5/23/96 p.105
 
HAMELBERG, RONALD                                           
    Hamelberg seeks re-election  12/05/96 p.5
 
HANDICAPPED                                                 
    An able athlete  2/29/96 p.27
 
HANSEN, JANE                                                
    Hansen to leave board  2/22/96 p.5
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Harper mulls $12.8 million plan  4/4/96 p.40
    Thorson named Harper vice president  5/23/96 p.34
    Harper teachers keep picketing  6/13/96 p.9
    Adults give Harper high marks in poll  6/13/96 p.33
    Drumming up melodies  7/4/96 p.11
    Faculty gives negotiators right to call strike vote  8/8/96
        p.13
    Harper faculty faces strike vote  8/29/96 p.6
    Tech Prep program earns national award  9/5/96 p.6
    Contract cancels Harper teacher strike  9/5/96 p.7
    Back to school  10/10/96 p.30
    Discussion group helps out Harper's adult-student body 
        10/10/96 p.30
    Applicants sought for empty seat  12/05/96 p.14
    Ten apply for Harper seat  12/19/96 p.6
 
HARRIS BANK BARRINGTON                                      
    New SCORE office to open  2/22/96 p.6
    Scam causes hangups for bank  4/4/96 p.6
 
HARRIS, MARY                                                
    Rocky path to inner peace  11/21/96 p.93
 
HARRIS, NEAL                                                
    Rocky path to inner peace  11/21/96 p.93
 
HARRISE DAVIDSON AND ASSOCIATES                             
    Area photographer helps land TV role for 4-year-old actor 
        10/3/96 p.12
 
HAWTHORNE RIDGE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Subdivision plan to be reviewed by village board  12/12/96
        p.16
    BH board ok's preliminary plat  12/19/96 p.6
 
HAWTHORNE WOODS, ILL.                                       
    Villages sign agreement  9/26/96 p.6
    Subdivision plan to be reviewed by village board  12/12/96
        p.16
    BH board ok's preliminary plat  12/19/96 p.6
 
HENDEE, CRAIG                                               
    ISA recognizes BHS diving coach Hendee  12/16/96 p.91
 
HERSEY HIGH SCHOOL                                          
    Atheist protests Hersey High's annual prayer  12/12/96 p.34
 
HESS, ROBERT                                                
    Resident named to festival board  12/05/96 p.104
 
HESTER, KENNETH                                             
    Foster parents won't seek custody  4/11/96 p.23
 
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 214                                    
    The path to citizenship  10/10/96 p.32
 
HOFF, WALTER                                                
    Silver Shovel digs up local Teamster tie  6/27/96 p.5
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES HIGH SCHOOL                                 
    Friends, family mourning girl killed in street gang
        crossfire  6/27/96 p.8
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Hoffman Estates hears early Midlands plan  1/11/96 p.14
    Bears punt on Hoffman Estates plan  1/18/96 p.6
    Judge rules against village  3/28/96 p.6
    Village officials sued for $1 million each  4/4/96 p.5
    Village board seeking settlement  4/11/96 p.8
    Conference to feature film about Hoffman Estates cop 
        4/11/96 p.25
    South Barrington officials seek protection in Midlands
        lawsuit  4/18/96 p.10
    Marijuana found in gym locker  4/25/96 p.6
    Union Pacific puts more heat on village  5/16/96 p.15
    Midlands movie theater mulled  6/13/96 p.5
    Teen-ager with gun taken into custody  7/4/96 p.6
    Midlands deal gets September deadline  7/18/96 p.12
    Hotel plan criticized by advisory panel  8/1/96 p.31
    Trustees ok campus cop  8/15/96 p.6
    Village oks Sears reimbursement  8/22/96 p.6
    Curtain rises on cinema showdown  8/29/96 p.24
    In-line skating facility considered  9/19/96 p.6
    Theater race pits villages as rivals again  9/26/96 p.11
    Theaters may saturate area market  9/26/96 p.11
    Village loses Midlands case  11/28/96 p.13
    Stage set for 2 theaters to open  11/28/96 p.14
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Church expansion worries nearby residents  7/18/96 p.38
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    Event puts guests in a 1940s mood  12/05/96 p.101
    Palatine panel votes against Sparrow facility  12/26/96 p.7
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    Palatine panel votes against Sparrow facility  12/26/96 p.7
 
HOMMERSON, PETER                                            
    Police:  We'll find murder suspect  3/7/96 p.7
    Wife's statements lead police to arrest warrant  3/7/96 p.7
    Search for Hommerson could go international  3/7/96 p.7
    Location and real name of suspect are a mystery  3/14/96 p.9
    Man who was called suspect relieved at Hommerson's arrest 
        3/14/96 p.9
    Cops defend decision despite suspect's flight  3/28/96 p.20
    Hommerson to be featured on TV show  4/11/96 p.10
    Show prompts murder leads  5/2/96 p.5
    Murder suspect eludes manhunt  6/27/96 p.14
 
HOMOSEXUALITY                                               
    Pride Youth opens drop-in center  10/3/96 p.11
 
HONEY LAKE                                                  
    Club hopes to clean lake of trespassers  4/4/96 p.14
 
HORSES                                                      
    8 horses are killed in morning barn fire  5/30/96 p.9
    Flying Dutchman Farm; Susan Gohl, owner  7/18/96 p.103
    Rain doesn't dampen horse show  7/25/96 p.7
    Carriage driver meets challenge  7/25/96 p.79
    Equine exercise provides lessons for rescue teams  8/15/96
        p.7
    Breeding confidence at heart of training  8/15/96 p.7
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Fine feathered fun  9/12/96 p.7
    Residents finish HNI course  12/05/96 p.104
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Book illustrator talks about art of history  4/25/96 p.25
    Kids found skating on school roof  8/15/96 p.6
    Hough Street School kicks off school year in Olympian
        fashion  9/5/96 p.11
 
HOUSES                                                      
    Home's design leads to lawsuit  9/5/96 p.7
 
HOUSING                                                     
    BETA seeking townhouses here  9/5/96 p.12
    Cops "evict" men living in garage  11/21/96 p.28
 
HOVLAND, GERMAINE                                           
    Attorney:  Hovland will stand trial  12/26/96 p.6
 
HUFF, DONALD                                                
    Moderate takes job hunt on campaign trail  2/29/96 p.8
 
HULL, BETTY                                                 
    Democrat hopes voters will write in history  3/14/96 p.11
    Write-in hopeful for Congress writes off chance of running 
        3/21/96 p.10
    Hull not deterred by low vote total  3/28/96 p.24
    Campaign for Congress  10/10/96 p.9
    Crane, Hull answer readers' questions  10/24/96 p.14
 
ICE HOUSE MALL                                              
    Ice House marks 20th anniversary  6/20/96 p.6
 
IK DESIGNS                                                  
    Petals of gold  1/11/96 p.25
 
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS                       
    IASB to aid search for superintendent  11/28/96 p.12
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH                               
    Berries tied to cyclospora  6/27/96 p.23
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    IDOT donates land for crash memorial  7/25/96 p.24
    IDOT to replace Route 62 bridge over EJ&E tracks  8/1/96
        p.29
 
ILLINOIS FIRE INSPECTORS ASSOCIATION                        
    Fire chief Danley honored  11/14/96 p.6
 
ILLINOIS GOALS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM                           
    Reading remains key to education  11/21/96 p.38
    Debate rages as reading score decline continues  11/21/96
        p.38
 
ILLINOIS HOUND AND TERRIER SHOW                             
    Howling good time  5/16/96 p.7
 
ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION                        
    Beese Park burn sparks rebirth of local prairie  3/28/96
        p.10
 
ILLINOIS PUBLIC INTEREST GROUP                              
    Consumer group scores Congress  7/25/96 p.33
 
ILLINOIS SWIMMING ASSOCIATION                               
    ISA recognizes BHS diving coach Hendee  12/16/96 p.91
 
ILLINOIS TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY                             
    Toll authority doubles land offer  8/8/96 p.36
 
INDIAN RIDGE ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                     
    Residents protest new subdivision  5/16/96 p.6
 
INGLE, ROBERT                                               
    In wake of crash, second teen dies  3/14/96 p.5
    Program to honor Ingle and Padilla  3/21/96 p.6
    Crash victims were not drinking  4/4/96 p.9
    Dance club plans tribute  4/18/96 p.7
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    In wake of attacks, officials track coyotes  1/11/96 p.10
    Officials like road plan  1/18/96 p.10
    Residents question coyote plan's teeth  1/18/96 p.13
    Committee begins process of exploring police needs  2/8/96
        p.8
    Inverness police panel reviews crime stats  2/15/96 p.9
    Opposition against trapping coyotes grows  2/22/96 p.11
    Police station plan falls through  3/14/96 p.7
    Party in Inverness turns into one big bust  3/21/96 p.5
    Police name arrested partygoers  3/21/96 p.8
    Commissioners close in on Inverness park development 
        3/21/96 p.11
    Coyote trapping approval reversed  3/21/96 p.14
    Inverness buys six-acre site from church  4/4/96 p.26
    Inverness party in court Friday  4/25/96 p.6
    Police arrest 14 teens at Inverness party  5/9/96 p.5
    Site suitable for last-resort station  5/30/96 p.12
    Inverness flood-control plans may drain village of $100,000
        6/13/96 p.8
    Hold-up alarm allegedly posed no emergency at village hall 
        6/20/96 p.10
    Church expansion worries nearby residents  7/18/96 p.38
    Repairs planned for historic Inverness village hall silos 
        7/25/96 p.28
    Palatine will provide water for Inverness nursing home 
        8/8/96 p.29
    Village eyes property for new police station  9/19/96 p.9
    Correction to story of 9/19/96  9/26/96 p.6
    Inverness Hall's silos subject of a tricky surgery 
        10/24/96 p.13
    Grams resigns  12/12/96 p.33
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Guilty verdict returned in Island Lake shooting  2/1/96 p.12
 
IVETA ESPRESSO BAR & CAFE                                   
    Iveta opens upstairs theater  1/4/96 p.6
 
JACK'S CHANNEL                                              
    Cary neighbors protest re-zoning of Fox River site 
        11/28/96 p.35
 
JACQUIN, COURTNEY                                           
    Area photographer helps land TV role for 4-year-old actor 
        10/3/96 p.12
 
JAMES INVESTMENT COMPANY                                    
    Public hearing for Klehm plan set  8/15/96 p.19
    Hearing set for Klehm property proposal  10/10/96 p.6
    Klehm developers:  Plan nets $21 million for area  10/17/96
        p.10
    Criticisms of Klehm plan heard  10/24/96 p.5
    Klehm plan getting heat over residential density  11/14/96
        p.5
    James Company reduces density of Klehm plan  11/28/96 p.5
 
JANNEY, RICH                                                
    Janney:  District 220's SEDOL dispute is not about
        inclusion  4/4/96 p.33
 
JENSEN, RALPH                                               
    Family celebrates anniversaries together  4/25/96 p.96
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Downtown parking limits mulled  4/25/96 p.14
 
JFK HEALTH WORLD                                            
    JFK workers rescue kitten trapped in drain pipe  8/29/96 p.7
    Safety Town gets new home  9/26/96 p.10
    October marks first anniversary for JFK Health World museum
        10/3/96 p.94
    Tale of rescued kitten has a happy ending  10/24/96 p.7
    JFK Health World turns one year old  10/31/96 p.6
 
JLC VENTURE INC.                                            
    Hearing to decide whether adult bookstore reopens  8/15/96
        p.10
 
JOHNSON, ANDRE                                              
    Crash ends chase, results in charges  1/11/96 p.12
 
JONES, JACQUELINE                                           
    Coffelt, Jones seeking county clerk job  10/24/96 p.20
 
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT                                          
    A cut above:  awards sprout for teen's mowing business 
        6/13/96 p.105
 
KALAS, DOVE                                                 
    Local woman portrays Jesus in Godspell  6/27/96 p.98
 
KALAS, TRACY                                                
    BHS cans Kalas; Swaya is named Fillies' new boss  6/6/96
        p.116
 
KALEIDOSCOPE SCHOOL OF ART                                  
    Kaleidoscope celebrates 10 years  6/6/96 p.6
 
KELLY, KEVIN                                                
    Sweet dreams  5/23/96 p.115
 
KELLY, ROBERT M.                                            
    Trouble piles up for county official  12/05/96 p.16
 
KELSCH, JOE                                                 
    BADC honors Kelsch for community service  5/23/96 p.5
 
KEMPE, JAMES                                                
    Kempe seeks another term  12/12/96 p.8
    Kempe to face election challenge  12/19/96 p.6
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5
 
KEMPER INSURANCE                                            
    Film crew mess irks downtown merchants  11/21/96 p.8
 
KERNS, LAWRENCE                                             
    Conscious parenting  10/24/96 p.93
 
KETENJIAN, VAR                                              
    Pet-A-Coat Junction; Var Ketenjian, owner  9/19/96 p.105
 
KIDS DANCE COMPANY                                          
    Strictly ballroom  4/11/96 p.31
 
KILDEER, ILL.                                               
    Kildeer residents blame floods on Deer Park  5/23/96 p.7
    Residents:  development caused flood  5/30/96 p.7
    Commission gets funds to fix flooding problem  8/8/96 p.31
 
KLACZEK, JEANNE                                             
    Adult trick-or-treater dies after being struck by car 
        11/7/96 p.9
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Golf course planned on Klehm site  5/16/96 p.5
    Residents voice objections to density in Klehm plan 
        6/20/96 p.5
    Public hearing for Klehm plan set  8/15/96 p.19
    Hearing set for Klehm property proposal  10/10/96 p.6
    Klehm developers:  Plan nets $21 million for area  10/17/96
        p.10
    Criticisms of Klehm plan heard  10/24/96 p.5
    Klehm hearing moved to Allstate  11/7/96 p.6
    Klehm plan getting heat over residential density  11/14/96
        p.5
    James Company reduces density of Klehm plan  11/28/96 p.5
    Impact of Klehm plan on schools, parks dissected  12/19/86
        p.10
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    Klein criticized for his mall criticism  8/29/96 p.26
 
KOENIG, JACK                                                
    Former party organizer challenges Perot group  2/8/96 p.24
 
KOLNER, KRIS                                                
    Kolner honored for civic involvement  9/5/96 p. 12
 
KORNHAUSER, ISAAC                                           
    Petals of gold  1/11/96 p.25
 
KOZIL, SHERRY                                               
    Guys & Dolls; Sherry Kozil, owner  11/21/96 p.117
 
KRITZMIRE, WILLIAM                                          
    Vorlop replacements named  9/19/96 p.5
 
KRUPKA, FRANCES                                             
    Sew be it  12/19/96 p.93
 
KUECHMANN, ALTON M.                                         
    Former LZ mayor dies  8/22/96 p.30
 
KURZEJA, WAYNE                                              
    Barrington Hills attorney finds elusive photograph  1/18/96
        p.10
    Kustra, Salvi battle for GOP nod  3/7/96 p.15
 
KUSTRA, BOB                                                 
    Kustra, Salvi battle for GOP nod  3/7/96 p.15
 
LAGESCHULTE, BETH                                           
    Sailors talk turkey with area families  12/05/96 p.7
 
LAGESCHULTE, JACK                                           
    Lageschulte to build 15 homes on 20 acres  8/8/96 p.32
 
LAGESCHULTE, PHIL                                           
    Sailors talk turkey with area families  12/05/96 p.7
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    New park trustee  2/1/96 p.24
    Park update  2/1/96 p.24
    Rebate pending  2/1/96 p.24
    Budget  8/29/96 p.89
    Lake Barrington park open for public's use  9/5/96 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK                             
    High court OKs Lake Barrington sewer project  3/28/96 p.5
    Lake Barrington utility plan inches foreword  4/4/96 p.5
    High court won't hear village board's appeal  4/25/96 p.7
    Correction to story of 4/25/96  5/2/96 p.5
    Bonds get ok  5/9/96 p.7
    SSA funds to pay village's industrial park costs  7/11/96
        p.23
    Opponents rallying against industrial park water tower 
        9/26/96 p.8
    Lake Barrington tables water tower decisions  10/3/96 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON WATER SPORTS CENTER                         
    Pepper Lake  2/1/96 p.24
    Pepper Lake repairs deferred  12/12/96 p.8
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Correction to story of 12/21/95  1/4/96 p.6
    Lake Barrington may add 20 acres  1/11/96 p.12
    Property transfer  1/11/96 p.21
    Sewer project continues to clog over legal snags  1/18/96
        p.5
    Drainage woes could cost village $24,000  1/25/96 p.16
    Salary hikes  2/1/96 p.24
    New park trustee  2/1/96 p.24
    High court OKs Lake Barrington sewer project  3/28/96 p.5
    Lake Barrington utility plan inches foreword  4/4/96 p.5
    High court won't hear village board's appeal  4/25/96 p.7
    Correction to story of 4/25/96  5/2/96 p.5
    Bonds get ok  5/9/96 p.7
    Residents protest new subdivision  5/16/96 p.6
    Police contract being reviewed  6/20/96 p.14
    Drainage problems lead to problems in Lakeland yard 
        6/27/96 p.12
    SSA funds to pay village's industrial park costs  7/11/96
        p.23
    Lake Barrington warned of runoff  7/18/96 p.28
    Business license scofflaws face fine  7/25/96 p.6
    Couple saddled with water woes  8/25/96 p.10
    LB board leery of mall plan  8/8/96 p.7
    Developer can't stop flooding in neighbor's yard  8/8/96
        p.34
    Village buys industrial park site  8/22/96 p.10
    Village hall needs new roof  8/22/96 p.10
    Lake Barrington park open for public's use  9/5/96 p.8
    Wedding on the water  9/5/96 p.79
    One Classic Place plan may finally start moving forward 
        9/12/96 p.10
    Lake Barrington board looks at tower options  9/19/96 p.9
    Opponents rallying against industrial park water tower 
        9/26/96 p.8
    Lake Barrington tables water tower decisions  10/3/96 p.8
    Board is pressured from both sides  10/17/96 p.5
    Villages plow forward with contract  10/17/96 p.7
    Archeologists unearth the past  10/31/96 p.7
    Budget  10/31/96 p.102
    Archeologists dig up 13 skeletons  11/28/96 p.11
    Site proving suitable for water tower  12/05/96 p.5
    Pepper Lake repairs deferred  12/12/96 p.8
 
LAKE COUNTY CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION                    
    Lake group:  Brown's review ill-advised  7/4/96 p.6
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Prairie burns  3/21/96 p.20
    Open space grant  3/21/96 p.20
    Forest district sets $11 million budget for land purchases 
        7/4/96 p.26
    Wedding on the water  9/5/96 p.79
 
LAKE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT                               
    Health department worker accused of taking payoffs  8/8/96
        p.31
 
LAKE COUNTY MAJOR CRIME TASK FORCE                          
    Task force members tackle major county crime cases  2/1/96
        p.7
 
LAKE COUNTY STORMWATER MANAGEMENT COMMISSION                
    Commission gets funds to fix flooding problem  8/8/96 p.31
 
LAKE COUNTY WOMAN'S CLUB                                    
    Corporate wives turn to club for company  2/22/96 p.105
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Balance of power shifts in Lake County  3/28/96 p.19
    Lake votes were slow to be counted  4/4/96 p.8
    Candidates for Depke's chair step forward  4/25/96 p.21
    More strep cases called no cause for alarm  5/2/96 p.26
    Babies spurring growth in county  5/9/96 p.13
    Lake County assessment rise slows down  5/16/96 p.23
    Depke defending real estate deals  5/23/96 p.27
    Beaubien:  county raises excessive  6/20/96 p.12
    Logo's similarity to Star of David stirs controversy 
        7/11/96 p.24
    County Fair may break attendance record  7/25/96 p.35
    County trying Yorkhouse Road extension again  8/8/96 p.35
    Coffelt, Jones seeking county clerk job  10/24/96 p.20
    Recorder hopefuls waging fierce battle  10/24/96 p.20
    Recorder makes Ryg deputy clerk  11/21/96 p.30
    New chairman presides over split county board  12/05/96 p.9
 
LAKE IN THE HILLS FEN                                       
    Fen offers sanctuary amid development  7/18/96 p.87
 
LAKE IN THE HILLS, ILL.                                     
    Fen offers sanctuary amid development  7/18/96 p.87
    Construction blamed for water problems  7/25/96 p.37
 
LAKE ZURICH FIRE DEPARTMENT                                 
    Fire-safety message sent overseas  3/7/96 p.9
 
LAKE ZURICH HIGH SCHOOL                                     
    Kendall County drops charges against teens  7/25/96 p.18
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Deer Park requests LZ police services  3/14/96 p.10
    Lake Zurich board approves three-story hotel on lakefront 
        4/11/96 p.7
    Super Crown bookstore opens in Lake Zurich  5/23/96 p.25
    Squad car wrecked in crash with Barrington teen driver 
        7/4/96 p.7
    Agriculture played major role in shaping Lake Zurich
        history  7/4/96 p.24
    Lake Zurich to auction property  8/22/96 p.6
    Former LZ mayor dies  8/22/96 p.30
    Artists flock to Ela fest  9/12/96 p.24
    Area evacuated after acid spill  12/19/96 p.11
    Pace cuts Barrington-Lake Zurich bus service  12/19/96 p.14
 
LAKELAND ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                         
    Drainage problems lead to problems in Lakeland yard 
        6/27/96 p.12
    Couple saddled with water woes  8/25/96 p.10
    Developer can't stop flooding in neighbor's yard  8/8/96
        p.34
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Langendorf Park project costs district $135,000  3/28/96
        p.20
    Langendorf Park's pool needs replacing  7/18/96 p.7
    Langendorf entrance revamp started  10/3/96 p.6
 
LARRAIN, GEORGE                                             
    Larrain lobbies for school rebuilding  7/18/96 p.6
    Telephone talk rings up more mall controversy  7/25/96 p.8
 
LARSEN, LANCE P.                                            
    Inverness resident flees, leads cops on high-speed chase 
        7/18/96 p.29
 
LASIEWICKI, BONNIE                                          
    Rolling Meadows couple killed in Route 59 crash  9/12/96 p.8
 
LASIEWICKI, STANLEY                                         
    Rolling Meadows couple killed in Route 59 crash  9/12/96 p.8
 
LAW                                                         
    Supreme Court criticized after abortion decision  2/1/96 p.9
    Orr urges end to motor voter law restrictions  2/8/96 p.24
    Courts impanel wish list  3/21/96 p.18
    Barrington mulling bicycle helmet law  5/23/96 p.16
    Same-sex marriages banned by new law  5/30/96 p.10
    Train whistles may be muted  8/8/96 p.7
    Edgar OKs 'Red Tape Cutters' bill  8/8/96 p.28
    Klehm school bill becomes law  8/8/96 p.32
    Safety panel not sold on bicycle helmet law  8/15/96 p.9
    Hearing to decide whether adult bookstore reopens  8/15/96
        p.10
    New ordinance targets sidewalk recklessness  9/12/96 p.8
    District 220 has role in enforcing new in-line skating law 
        9/26/96 p.31
    Village amends ethics code  10/3/96 p.6
    Barrington village board mulls bicycle helmet law  11/28/96
        p.10
 
LEE, CATHERINE                                              
    Lee:  Issues more important to voters than party labels 
        9/12/96 p.22
    Manzullo tops Lee  11/7/96 p.12
 
LEIGH'S SYNDROME (DISEASE)                                  
    Faith pulling family through  9/26/96 p.90
 
LIBRARY CABLE NETWORK                                       
    Library network channels smart TV  4/4/96 p.B5
 
LICHTMAN, KAY                                               
    Family members question suspicious source of fire  1/25/96
        p.8
    Police chase leads in arson/murders  2/1/96 p.5
    Spotlight won't dim village image  2/1/96 p.7
    They were so vibrant:  slain couple lived full lives 
        2/1/96 p.7
    Task force members tackle major county crime cases  2/1/96
        p.7
    Clues remain few in Hills murders  2/8/96 p.5
    Correction to story of 2/1/96  2/8/96 p.6
    Algonquin man remains focus of murder probe  2/15/96 p.5
    Lichtman insurance agents doubt existence of artwork 
        2/29/96 p.10
    Task force members move out  2/29/96 p.10
    Police:  We'll find murder suspect  3/7/96 p.7
    Wife's statements lead police to arrest warrant  3/7/96 p.7
    Search for Hommerson could go international  3/7/96 p.7
    Location and real name of suspect are a mystery  3/14/96 p.9
    Man who was called suspect relieved at Hommerson's arrest 
        3/14/96 p.9
    Cops defend decision despite suspect's flight  3/28/96 p.20
    Hommerson to be featured on TV show  4/11/96 p.10
    Show prompts murder leads  5/2/96 p.5
    Murder suspect eludes manhunt  6/27/96 p.14
    Lien put on Lichtman property  10/31/96 p.5
    New developments in murder probe  11/28/96 p.5
    Court to decide fate of Lichtman fortune  12/19/96 p.5
 
LICHTMAN, MARVIN                                            
    Police:  Fire victim was shot in head  1/25/96 p.5
    Family members question suspicious source of fire  1/25/96
        p.8
    Police chase leads in arson/murders  2/1/96 p.5
    Spotlight won't dim village image  2/1/96 p.7
    They were so vibrant:  slain couple lived full lives 
        2/1/96 p.7
    Task force members tackle major county crime cases  2/1/96
        p.7
    Clues remain few in Hills murders  2/8/96 p.5
    Correction to story of 2/1/96  2/8/96 p.6
    Algonquin man remains focus of murder probe  2/15/96 p.5
    Lichtman insurance agents doubt existence of artwork 
        2/29/96 p.10
    Task force members move out  2/29/96 p.10
    Police:  We'll find murder suspect  3/7/96 p.7
    Wife's statements lead police to arrest warrant  3/7/96 p.7
    Search for Hommerson could go international  3/7/96 p.7
    Location and real name of suspect are a mystery  3/14/96 p.9
    Man who was called suspect relieved at Hommerson's arrest 
        3/14/96 p.9
    Cops defend decision despite suspect's flight  3/28/96 p.20
    Hommerson to be featured on TV show  4/11/96 p.10
    Show prompts murder leads  5/2/96 p.5
    Murder suspect eludes manhunt  6/27/96 p.14
    Lien put on Lichtman property  10/31/96 p.5
    New developments in murder probe  11/28/96 p.5
    Court to decide fate of Lichtman fortune  12/19/96 p.5
 
LIFE CHANGERS INTERNATIONAL CHURCH                          
    Life Changers Church coming to Barrington Hills  2/1/96 p.8
    Residents fear changes brought by new church  2/8/96 p.10
    Barrington Hills church plan prompting legal battle 
        2/29/96 p.5
    Residents voice frustration at church's vague answers 
        3/14/96 p.8
    Village makes federal case out of church fight  3/28/96 p.26
    Church suing village for $6 million  4/25/96 p.5
    Church gets building permit, drops suit against village 
        6/20/96 p.7
    Life Changers International Church  11/28/96 p.99
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Liquor license granted  5/30/96 p.6
 
LOFTIN, JAYMEE                                              
    Grinch steals, then returns Christmas  12/19/96 p.103
 
LONG GROVE, ILL.                                            
    Village helping YMCA build  5/2/96 p.6
    Villages sign agreement  9/26/96 p.6
    Long Grove referendum fails  11/14/96 p.24
 
LOWMAN, KAYE                                                
    Grin and bear it  12/26/96 p.73
 
LUPUS (DISEASE)                                             
    Lupus support group forms, has its first meeting today 
        10/17/96 p.9
 
MAGGIE ROGERS PARK                                          
    Commissioners close in on Inverness park development 
        3/21/96 p.11
 
MALONEY, LAURA                                              
    Going out in style  10/31/96 p.110
 
MANZULLO, DON                                               
    Manzullo seeks re-election to the 16th district seat 
        9/12/96 p.22
    Manzullo tops Lee  11/7/96 p.12
 
MARKET HOUSE (RESTAURANT)                                   
    Liquor license granted  5/30/96 p.6
 
MARQUETTE, JEFF                                             
    Barrington chief taking Florida job  12/19/96 p.7
 
MARSHALL, BOB                                               
    Kustra, Salvi battle for GOP nod  3/7/96 p.15
 
MARSHALLA, ARTHUR                                           
    Crash snarls traffic, sends two to hospital  3/7/96 p.11
 
MARTINEZ, ALISON                                            
    Skater Martinez honored  12/19/96 p.128
 
MASTANDREA, LINDA                                           
    An able athlete  2/29/96 p.27
 
MASTERS, JOHN, JR.                                          
    Police find answers to bone mystery  1/4/96 p.5
    Friends say Masters' home often turned violent  1/4/96 p.5
    Two Masters children died violently  1/11/96 p.5
    Friends, family never quit searching for "Butch"  1/11/96
        p.9
    Man charged with involuntary manslaughter in death of son 
        2/8/96 p.5
    Masters case takes another strange twist  2/15/96 p.5
    Masters case takes another strange twist  2/15/96 p.5
    John Master's lawyer seeking plea bargain  4/11/96 p.22
    Masters enters guilty plea  5/30/96 p.8
    Dad gets probation, son to be cremated  6/6/96 p.7
    Judge calls Masters family seriously dysfunctional  6/6/96
        p.9
    Masters gives ok for son's cremation  6/20/96 p.6
 
MASTERS, JOHN, SR.                                          
    Man charged with involuntary manslaughter in death of son 
        2/8/96 p.5
    John Master's lawyer seeking plea bargain  4/11/96 p.22
    Masters enters guilty plea  5/30/96 p.8
    Dad gets probation, son to be cremated  6/6/96 p.7
    Judge calls Masters family seriously dysfunctional  6/6/96
        p.9
    Masters gives ok for son's cremation  6/20/96 p.6
 
MASTERS, MERCEDES                                           
    Two Masters children died violently  1/11/96 p.5
 
MAYER, ANDREW                                               
    Wauconda police chief arrested  8/29/96 p.32
    Wauconda fires its police chief  9/5/96 p.23
 
MAYLAND, KAY                                                
    Mayland bids farewell to school board  1/25/96 p.7
 
MC CAUGHN, PATRICK T.                                       
    Robbery suspect nabbed  8/29/96 p.23
 
MC CLOUD, LEE                                               
    High school gym teacher charged with battery  2/29/96 p.11
    Teacher's trial date set  8/1/96 p.6
    BHS teacher found not guilty  9/12/96 p.5
 
MC GREGOR, CAROL                                            
    McGregor takes over as BAAC chair  6/13/96 p.91
 
MC KEE, TRACY                                               
    Spa owner:  zoning law is unfair  2/8/96 p.12
 
MC LAUGHLIN, TARA                                           
    Jumping for joy:  McLaughlin's leap gives Fillies first MSL
        title  5/9/96 p.115
 
MEADOW LAKES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    Credit cashed in for Meadow Lakes  8/15/96 p.19
 
MEYER, BOB                                                  
    Barrington barber bowing out  9/12/96 p.93
 
MIDLAND, MATT                                               
    Barrington Hills youth swims in adults' triathlon  9/5/96
        p.20
 
MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Drawing of credit sparks legal threat  1/11/96 p.11
    Hoffman Estates hears early Midlands plan  1/11/96 p.14
    Village looking for new opinion in Midlands case  1/18/96
        p.14
    Judge rules against village  3/28/96 p.6
    Village officials sued for $1 million each  4/4/96 p.5
    Village board seeking settlement  4/11/96 p.8
    South Barrington officials seek protection in Midlands
        lawsuit  4/18/96 p.10
    Union Pacific puts more heat on village  5/16/96 p.15
    Midlands movie theater mulled  6/13/96 p.5
    Village to screen movie-complex plan  7/4/96 p.5
    Midland sale depends on ok of AMC's movie theater plan 
        7/11/96 p.9
    Midlands deal gets September deadline  7/18/96 p.12
    Movie complex hearing scheduled  8/1/96 p.6
    Plots thickens as village screens movie proposal  8/15/96
        p.11
    Race is on to approve area movie complex  8/15/96 p.32
    Scores of movie screens seeking homes in area  8/15/96 p.32
    Dinner and movie:  A potent combo?  8/15/96 p.33
    Critics absent from multiplex hearings  8/22/96 p.8
    Curtain rises on cinema showdown  8/29/96 p.24
    Theater race pits villages as rivals again  9/26/96 p.11
    Theaters may saturate area market  9/26/96 p.11
    Village loses Midlands case  11/28/96 p.13
    AMC buys Midlands  12/26/96 p.5
 
MIDWEST ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH SERVICES                     
    Archeologists unearth the past  10/31/96 p.7
    Archeologists dig up 13 skeletons  11/28/96 p.11
 
MIDWEST JACK RUSSELL TERRIER CLUB                           
    Howling good time  5/16/96 p.7
 
MILLER PARK                                                 
    District seeks grant to fund Miller Park improvements 
        4/25/96 p.9
    District seeks grant to fund Miller Park improvements 
        4/25/96 p.9
    Park District has big small plans for Miller Park  7/4/96
        p.25
 
MOATS, LARRY                                                
    Applicants sought for empty seat  12/05/96 p.14
 
MOHR, HENRY                                                 
    Kempe to face election challenge  12/19/96 p.6
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5
 
MOLONEY, WILLIAM                                            
    Rolling Meadows couple killed in Route 59 crash  9/12/96 p.8
 
MOLZAHN, JACKIE                                             
    Frosh Molzahn is Fillies' newest star  9/12/96 p.121
 
MOTHERS AGAINST PRISON RAPE                                 
    Cary woman combats power of prison gangs  8/8/96 p.12
 
MOTOROLA, INC.                                              
    Tighter smoking restrictions getting mixed response 
        7/25/96 p.101
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVE                                            
    Mountsier wins by narrow margin  3/21/96 p.7
    Mountsier replaces Beaubien  10/31/96 p.5
 
MULLEN, JAMES                                               
    Fund set up to assist injured Chicago cop  11/21/96 p.33
 
MULLENIX, PHILIP                                            
    Underdog Mullenix ready to challenge Beaubien  2/29/96 p.7
 
MUNSON, RUTH                                                
    Munson inducted into Hall of Fame  6/27/96 p.96
 
MURDOCK, COURTNEY                                           
    Murdock enjoys a career game against St. Edward  1/4/96 p.83
    Fulfilling expectations  12/19/96 p.125
 
MURGES, JAMES J.                                            
    Man arrested on gun charge  9/26/96 p.9
 
MURPHY, LINDA G.                                            
    Mom busted for son's beer-drinking guests  8/15/96 p.8
 
MUTZ, SARAH                                                 
    No looking back for Fillies' unselfish Mutz  11/14/96 p.117
 
MY SECRET GARDEN                                            
    My Secret Garden, Tammy Sittinger and Lisa Szuberla, owners
        4/18/96 p.123
 
NAFF, GRETCHEN                                              
    Naff named CLC chief  5/23/96 p.30
 
NANNY CIRCLE                                                
    Circle keeps nannies on track  3/21/96 p.81
 
NEAL, BOB                                                   
    Recorder hopefuls waging fierce battle  10/24/96 p.20
    Democrat wins recorder race  11/7/96 p.10
 
NELSON, DAVE                                                
    Nelson named Cuba Township supervisor  11/21/96 p.7
 
NELSON, KATE                                                
    Olympic Dream Teamer  7/18/96 p.113
 
NEMEC, NANCY                                                
    Nemec fires back at critics  11/21/96 p.5
 
NICHOLAS, EARL H.                                           
    Science teacher is charged with battery  4/4/96 p.27
    Teacher gets day in court  5/16/96 p.24
    Teacher's trial date set  8/1/96 p.6
 
NICHOLSON, PAUL                                             
    Village manager gets pay increase  9/5/96 p.12
 
NIGHTENGALE, JACK                                           
    BHS loses big fan in Nightengale  12/12/96 p.142
 
NIKE, INC.                                                  
    Nike creeps onto BHS sports scene  3/21/96 p.110
 
NORDBERG, THOMAS, REV.                                      
    Answering the call:  Nordberg leaving Barrington to
        continue life of service  1/18/96 p.21
 
NORMCO                                                      
    Bell smells something rotten in apple orchard  10/31/96 p.8
 
NORTH BARRINGTON COLLECTION                                 
    Upscale fashion center planned  6/20/96 p.5
    Mall plan gets mixed reaction  6/27/96 p.5
    BACOG balks at mall traffic  6/27/96 p.9
    Residents organizing resistance to mall  7/4/96 p.5
    Over-capacity crowd causes cancellation of mall hearing 
        7/11/96 p.5
    Neighbors not warming to mall proposal  7/18/96 p.5
    Lack of details drains patience  7/25/96 p.5
    Telephone talk rings up more mall controversy  7/25/96 p.8
    Survey says:  Shoppers live by mall site  8/1/96 p.5
    Residents:  Mall will draw crime, traffic  8/1/96 p.5
    LB board leery of mall plan  8/8/96 p.7
    Water conditions at proposed mall site get examined  8/8/96
        p.11
    Opponents are spending time, money to fight mall  8/15/96
        p.14
    Taubman traffic study is studied  8/22/96 p.10
    Flier falsehoods slammed  8/22/96 p.20
    Water issues poured over at hearing  8/29/96 p.14
    Klein criticized for his mall criticism  8/29/96 p.26
    Some residents would welcome mall  9/12/96 p.11
    Taubman team addresses mall-site water concern  9/19/96 p.8
    Correction to story of 9/19/69  9/26/96 p.6
    Critics:  mall site is suitable for mixed-use development 
        9/26/96 p.10
    Trio tunes in to mall controversy  10/3/96 p.7
    Taubman outlines its zoning plan for mall  10/3/96 p.7
    Some question retailers' ability to staff mall  10/10/96 p.5
    Mall foes get turn at bat  10/10/96 p.6
    ACRE says 73 percent of residents oppose mall  10/17/96 p.7
    Mall foes, developers square off at hearing  10/24/96 p.8
    Residents calling for a referendum on mall  10/31/96 p.8
    Mall hearing moved to KOC hall  11/7/96 p.6
    Developers reveal plan for mall sanitary sewer  11/14/96 p.9
    Quality of life issue key to mall decision  11/28/96 p.9
    Village's experts list mall's pros and cons  12/05/96 p.8
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Dismissal daze  2/15/96 p.27
    Problems persist, be it morning or afternoon  2/15/96 p.27
    Art Work:  careers and creativity linked at student
        conference  4/18/96 p.33
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Fed's shutdown delays village census  1/11/96 p.6
    Biltmore Manor greeted with doubt  1/25/96 p.11
    Officials want repair projects to move fast  4/4/96 p.14
    Village to begin special census  4/18/96 p.32
    Village drawing up home business rules  4/25/96 p.10
    ComEd:  hot weather may lead to problems  4/25/96 p.12
    Village looking for some people who will count  4/25/96 p.13
    Village to donate $10,000 to Ela YMCA  5/23/96 p.6
    North Barrington adopts home work ordinance  5/23/96 p.10
    Census puts population increase at 42 percent  5/30/96 p.28
    Upscale fashion center planned  6/20/96 p.5
    Mall plan gets mixed reaction  6/27/96 p.5
    BACOG balks at mall traffic  6/27/96 p.9
    Berries tied to cyclospora  6/27/96 p.23
    Residents organizing resistance to mall  7/4/96 p.5
    Spring rain storms draining on North Barrington budget 
        7/4/96 p.10
    Over-capacity crowd causes cancellation of mall hearing 
        7/11/96 p.5
    Neighbors not warming to mall proposal  7/18/96 p.5
    Larrain lobbies for school rebuilding  7/18/96 p.6
    Fire guts home, but dogs are saved  7/18/96 p.7
    Lack of details drains patience  7/25/96 p.5
    Telephone talk rings up more mall controversy  7/25/96 p.8
    Survey says:  Shoppers live by mall site  8/1/96 p.5
    Residents:  Mall will draw crime, traffic  8/1/96 p.5
    LB board leery of mall plan  8/8/96 p.7
    Water conditions at proposed mall site get examined  8/8/96
        p.11
    Opponents are spending time, money to fight mall  8/15/96
        p.14
    Taubman traffic study is studied  8/22/96 p.10
    Flier falsehoods slammed  8/22/96 p.20
    Village explores shared services  8/29/96 p.6
    Water issues poured over at hearing  8/29/96 p.14
    Klein criticized for his mall criticism  8/29/96 p.26
    Some residents would welcome mall  9/12/96 p.11
    Taubman team addresses mall-site water concern  9/19/96 p.8
    Correction to story of 9/19/96  9/26/96 p.6
    Critics:  mall site is suitable for mixed-use development 
        9/26/96 p.10
    Trio tunes in to mall controversy  10/3/96 p.7
    Taubman outlines its zoning plan for mall  10/3/96 p.7
    Some question retailers' ability to staff mall  10/10/96 p.5
    Some question retailers' ability to staff mall  10/10/96 p.5
    Mall foes get turn at bat  10/10/96 p.6
    ACRE says 73 percent of residents oppose mall  10/17/96 p.7
    Villages plow forward with contract  10/17/96 p.7
    Mall foes, developers square off at hearing  10/24/96 p.8
    Residents calling for a referendum on mall  10/31/96 p.8
    Mall hearing moved to KOC hall  11/7/96 p.6
    Developers reveal plan for mall sanitary sewer  11/14/96 p.9
    Quality of life issue key to mall decision  11/28/96 p.9
    Village's experts list mall's pros and cons  12/05/96 p.8
    Van Hoven named to NB panel  12/12/96 p.33
    Braithwaite:  village could afford more county cops 
        12/19/96 p.24
 
NORTHWEST MENTAL HEALTH CENTER                              
    Families want better services in mental health  7/4/96 p.9
    Mental health center's state funds may be cut  9/26/96 p.100
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY                        
    Academy expands  8/15/96 p.31
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING CENTER           
    One-stop job shopping  6/6/96 p.105
 
NOVAK, LINDA                                                
    Popular park district employee dies  7/25/96 p.14
 
O'LEARY, STEVEN                                             
    Bomb threat leads to arrest  8/8/96 p.20
 
O'MALLEY, JACK                                              
    Devine ousts O'Malley from prosecutor post  11/7/96 p.7
 
OAK MEADOWS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                              
    Flood-control steps taken  6/6/96 p.14
 
OGLESBY, JONATHON                                           
    Construction worker survives 35-foot fall  5/30/96 p.14
 
OLD COLONY BUILDERS                                         
    Lageschulte to build 15 homes on 20 acres  8/8/96 p.32
 
OLIVA, MATT                                                 
    Giving something back  8/22/96 p.105
 
OLSEN, ERICA                                                
    Silliman and Olsen win twice as Fillies claim JV conference
        meet  10/31/96 p.113
 
OLSEN, LIZ                                                  
    High five  11/28/96 p.133
 
OLYMPICS                                                    
    Local experts offer views of Olympics  7/18/96 p.114
    Wisely dives into action at practice pool  7/18/96 p.116
    Cartwright gets Olympian wrestlers to mat on time  7/18/96
        p.116
    Van Huele aiding U.S. volleyball team  7/18/96 p.117
    Eiter hoping to party on Olympic mats  7/18/96 p.116
 
ONE CLASSIC PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    One Classic Place plan may finally start moving forward 
        9/12/96 p.10
 
ORCHARD DEVELOPMENT                                         
    Residents fighting mad over flood  5/30/96 p.5
 
ORCHESIS CLUB (DANCE CLUB)                                  
    Dance club plans tribute  4/18/96 p.7
 
ORR, DAVID                                                  
    Orr urges end to motor voter law restrictions  2/8/96 p.24
 
OZZI WATER PARK                                             
    Ozzi Water Park  8/8/96 p.101
 
PADILLA, BRIAN                                              
    Friends, family grieving over loss of teen  3/7/96 p.5
    Program to honor Ingle and Padilla  3/21/96 p.6
    Crash victims were not drinking  4/4/96 p.9
    Dance club plans tribute  4/18/96 p.7
 
PALATINE STABLES                                            
    Equine exercise provides lessons for rescue teams  8/15/96
        p.7
    Breeding confidence at heart of training  8/15/96 p.7
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Spa owner:  zoning law is unfair  2/8/96 p.12
    Village board backs off legal action on billboard  4/11/96
        p.14
    Palatine panel votes against Sparrow facility  12/26/96 p.7
 
PALUMBO BROTHERS INC.                                       
    Road builder charged with fraud  10/10/96 p.5
 
PARAMEDICS                                                  
    Emergency crews get train training  4/25/96 p.7
 
PARENTING                                                   
    Conscious parenting  10/24/96 p.93
 
PARK, PAUL                                                  
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
 
PATRICIA RHODES INC.                                        
    Patricia Rhodes Inc.; Patricia Rhodes, owner  2/8/96 p.89
 
PAWLOWSKI, SCOTT                                            
    Faith pulling family through  9/26/96 p.90
    Fund created to aid Scott Pawlowski  10/3/96 p.6
 
PAYTON, WALTER                                              
    Payton dares Grove grads to be true to themselves  6/6/96
        p.11
 
PAZDERSKI, PIOTR                                            
    Two men injured in Rt. 14 accident  8/8/96 p.10
 
PEDERSEN, BERNARD                                           
    Republicans to appoint Pedersen's replacement  11/14/96 p.10
    Pedersen appeared ok in days before elections  11/14/96 p.10
    Bergman names himself successor to Pedersen post  11/28/96
        p.33
 
PEDERSEN, CHRISTINE                                         
    Pedersen no-hitter highlights perfect week for the Fillies 
        4/11/96 p.127
 
PENKAVA, DANIEL                                             
    Cat tales  3/28/96 p.93
 
PENKAVA, SONNIE                                             
    Cat tales  3/28/96 p.93
 
PENN, JOHN                                                  
    Crash ends chase, results in charges  1/11/96 p.12
 
PEPPER LAKE                                                 
    Pepper Lake  2/1/96 p.24
    Pepper Lake repairs deferred  12/12/96 p.8
 
PEROT, ROSS                                                 
    Former party organizer challenges Perot group  2/8/96 p.24
 
PET-A-COAT JUNCTION                                         
    Pet-A-Coat Junction; Var Ketenjian, owner  9/19/96 p.105
 
PIEGZA, ROGER                                               
    SB resident plays at reunion, but First Lady doesn't attend
        8/15/96 p.30
 
PINKNEY, JERRY                                              
    Book illustrator talks about art of history  4/25/96 p.25
 
PIONEER PRESS                                               
    Pioneer to open Arlington paper  3/7/96 p.12
 
POLICE                                                      
    Police department gets new van  1/18/96 p.6
    New police station may be in sight  1/18/96 p.7
    Unsolved murders still haunt local authorities  1/18/96 p.8
    Officer recovers [from heart attack]  1/18/96 p.14
    Committee begins process of exploring police needs  2/8/96
        p.8
    South Barrington cops help identify impostor  2/8/96 p.13
    Inverness police panel reviews crime stats  2/15/96 p.9
    Police station plan falls through  3/14/96 p.7
    Railroad gate problems signal worries for police  3/14/96
        p.7
    Deer Park requests LZ police services  3/14/96 p.10
    Police prepare for registry  3/21/96 p.22
    Barrington Hills cop named to task force  3/28/96 p.13
    Conference to feature film about Hoffman Estates cop 
        4/11/96 p.25
    Barrington wants to put cop in middle schools  4/25/96 p.5
    Police lean toward FATS  4/25/96 p.89
    Village going to court over principles  5/16/96 p.5
    South Barrington police awarded $150,000 grant for new
        officers  5/23/96 p.10
    Police can't fight gang problem alone  5/23/96 p.11
    Site suitable for last-resort station  5/30/96 p.12
    Village gets grant for police officer in middle schools 
        6/13/96 p.10
    Cops named in suit  6/13/96 p.10
    Hold-up alarm allegedly posed no emergency at village hall 
        6/20/96 p.10
    Police contract being reviewed  6/20/96 p.14
    Police search-consent form could crash teens' parties 
        6/27/96 p.8
    Teen-ager with gun taken into custody  7/4/96 p.6
    Squad car wrecked in crash with Barrington teen driver 
        7/4/96 p.7
    Police contract to be fine tuned  7/11/96 p.23
    Department plans for dog's retirement  7/18/96 p.6
    BHS police liaison makes the grade  7/25/96 p.11
    Bizarre phone message received by business are forwarded to
        FBI  8/1/96 p.9
    BHPD's new uniforms praised  8/8/96 p.6
    Barrington's FOP starting "Shop with a Cop" program 
        8/15/96 p.8
    District 54 gets officer for junior high school  8/15/96
        p.31
    Chiefs laud Brown's probe  8/22/96 p.32
    Grant would pay for officer in District 220 middle schools 
        8/29/96 p.8
    Chief:  "MacGyver" mailbox bombs may deliver danger 
        8/29/96 p.10
    Village eyes property for new police station  9/19/96 p.9
    Correction to story of 9/19/96  9/26/96 p.6
    Grant to pay for police officer in middle schools  9/26/96
        p.31
    Barrington cops survive "rush" hour  10/24/96 p.6
    Squad smashed in two-car crash  10/24/96 p.7
    Village may start police bike patrol  11/21/96 p.6
    Ex-Tower Lakes police chief dies  11/21/96 p.14
    South Barrington police pleased by DARE Run results 
        11/21/96 p.33
    Fund set up to assist injured Chicago cop  11/21/96 p.33
    Police get hi-tech training  12/05/96 p.6
    Survey says: Tower Lakes cops do fine job  12/05/96 p.13
    Barrington chief taking Florida job  12/19/96 p.7
 
PONDS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                    
    Subdivision residents angry about cost of road project 
        4/25/96 p.24
 
POOLE, EDWARD                                               
    Poole's letter leaked to media  9/26/96 p.5
 
PORTER, JOHN                                                
    Tax amendment is unnecessary - Porter  4/25/96 p.18
 
PORUBCAN, PAULA                                             
    Archeologists dig up 13 skeletons  11/28/96 p.11
 
POWALOWSKI, JOSEPH                                          
    Democrat slated to face Skinner  5/23/96 p.12
    Democrats to file petition to boot Big Joe  5/30/96 p.23
    Powalowski hearing set  6/6/96 p.6
    State panel rules that Powalowski can stay on ballot to
        face Skinner  7/11/96 p.22
    "Big Joe" says he'll bring home bacon  10/17/96 p.34
    Skinner-Powalowski debate set for Oct. 28  10/24/96 p.21
 
PRAIRIE STONE BUSINESS PARK                                 
    Village oks Sears reimbursement  8/22/96 p.6
 
PRIDE YOUTH                                                 
    Pride Youth opens drop-in center  10/3/96 p.11
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    New group helping the homeless  7/11/96 p.6
 
PUCINSKI, AURELIA                                           
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
 
PUELO, CHRISTINA                                            
    Jury awards local woman $3.8 million  10/31/96 p.6
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Bomb threat revealed as hoax  4/25/96 p.6
 
QUINN, PATRICK                                              
    Durbin has inside track in Democratic race  3/7/96 p.15
 
RAND VIDEO AND BOOKS                                        
    Hearing to decide whether adult bookstore reopens  8/15/96
        p.10
 
RHODES, PATRICIA                                            
    Patricia Rhodes Inc.; Patricia Rhodes, owner  2/8/96 p.89
 
RICHARD E. MILLER PARK                                      
    District seeks grant to fund Miller Park improvements 
        4/25/96 p.9
    Park District has big small plans for Miller Park  7/4/96
        p.25
 
RICO, ANTONIO                                               
    Guilty verdict returned in Island Lake shooting  2/1/96 p.12
 
RIEKE, EDITH                                                
    Happy birthday  8/1/96 p.7
 
RITCHIE, MARK                                               
    Author brings tribe's story to students in Barrington 
        5/9/96 p.11
 
RITO, MARIA                                                 
    Pride of St. Anne's  5/9/96 p.30
    Correction to story of 5/16/96 p.6
 
ROADS                                                       
    Officials like road plan  1/18/96 p.10
    Watch your speed on Barrington Road  1/25/96 p.6
    Widening of roads could spell relief for traffic woes 
        2/1/96 p.31
    IDOT hopes to reduce accidents at corner  2/8/96 p.9
    Village to study possible street closures at St. Anne 
        2/29/96 p.11
    Study to focus on neighborhood traffic patterns  3/21/96
        p.12
    Officials want repair projects to move fast  4/4/96 p.14
    Warning:  Road construction is up ahead  4/4/96 p.21
    Subdivision residents angry about cost of road project 
        4/25/96 p.24
    Construction zones ahead  5/2/96 p.7
    Sewer work requires tearing up pavement  5/2/96 p.11
    Bridge work closes road until May 10  5/2/96 p.12
    No address changes required if U.S. 14 is named for Reagan 
        5/23/96 p.28
    Board seeks to slow Eastwood speeders  5/30/96 p.6
    Traffic study result:  status quo kept  7/4/96 p.12
    Route 59 widening is unlikely  7/4/96 p.12
    Route 22 widening several years off  7/11/96 p.23
    Eastwood speed limit may be lowered  7/18/96 p.6
    St. Anne plan to get review  8/1/96 p.11
    IDOT to replace Route 62 bridge over EJ&E tracks  8/1/96
        p.29
    County trying Yorkhouse Road extension again  8/8/96 p.35
    Toll authority doubles land offer  8/8/96 p.36
    Taubman traffic study is studied  8/22/96 p.10
    Street closings would be test of St. Anne plans  8/29/96 p.5
    Village to close streets to study St. Anne plans  9/12/96
        p.5
    Plan shows new toll booths at Barrington, Roselle exits 
        9/12/96 p.10
    Chestnut closed as village studies plan for St. Anne 
        10/3/96 p.5
    Road builder charged with fraud  10/10/96 p.5
    BH board to explore Hawthorne cul-de-sac  10/31/96 p.9
    Shell Oil unveils big plan for Main Street/Rt. 14 lot 
        10/31/96 p.9
    Study:  street closings had little effect  12/12/96 p.5
    Speeding traffic on Route 22  12/12/96 p.8
    Rose is calling for road referendum  12/12/96 p.13
    Rose road repair referendum requires revenue researching 
        12/19/96 p.9
    Travel on the roads of suburban history  12/19/96 p.104
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5
 
ROBERTS, LESLIE                                             
    Family ties:  Barrington family has its very own Olympic
        hero  8/15/96 p.109
 
ROESER, TOM                                                 
    Roeser unveils budget plan to rescue District 220  11/7/96
        p.8
 
ROGERS, BRETT                                               
    After months alone, snake finds way home  2/29/96 p.7
 
RON BEESE PARK                                              
    Beese Park burn sparks rebirth of local prairie  3/28/96
        p.10
    Dogs seen as threat to lake's blue herons  4/18/96 p.9
    New course will challenge teams to work together  5/2/96
        p.12
    Football club field goal:  scoreboards at Beese Park 
        6/27/96 p.28
 
ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY                                        
    Roosevelt in class by itself  8/22/96 p.97
 
ROSE, TOWNLEY, JR.                                          
    Rose is calling for road referendum  12/12/96 p.13
    Rose road repair referendum requires revenue researching 
        12/19/96 p.9
 
ROSE, WILLIAM                                               
    South Barrington parcel ruled out as new school site 
        2/15/96 p.10
    Land deal is off, but Rose plans donation  3/21/96 p.14
    Rose makes offer to pave path  10/17/96 p.10
 
ROSEWOOD OF INVERNESS NURSING HOME                          
    Palatine will provide water for Inverness nursing home 
        8/8/96 p.29
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Trip to France gives students new perspective  6/27/96 p.32
    School makes room for reading  12/05/96 p.33
    Good job  12/19/96 p.31
 
ROST, NANCY BOLTON                                          
    Victim, trustee team up on domestic violence committee 
        2/1/96 p.9
 	Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11

ROTARY CLUB OF BARRINGTON                                   
    Rotary Club donates $3,000 to BYS  4/11/96 p.6
 
RYAN, MICHAEL                                               
    Victim, trustee team up on domestic violence committee 
        2/1/96 p.9
 	Panel sheds light on domestic violence  11/21/96 p.11

RYG, KATHY                                                  
    Recorder makes Ryg deputy clerk  11/21/96 p.30
 
SADDLEWOOD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Couple saddled with water woes  8/25/96 p.10
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    Safety Town gets new home  9/26/96 p.10
    BJWC seeking to build permanent Safety Town  11/28/96 p.8
 
SALVI, AL                                                   
    Kustra, Salvi battle for GOP nod  3/7/96 p.15
    Salvi aims for November  3/21/96 p.7
    Conservative Salvi gearing up to face Democrat's Durbin 
        3/28/96 p.9
    Salvi, Durbin seeking support from suburbs  5/30/96 p.18
    Salvi picks campaign chair  6/13/96 p.9
    Fifth child born to Al and Kathy Salvi  6/27/96 p.6
    Salvi may resign from state house  10/3/96 p.14
    Salvi, Durbin differ on money matters  10/10/96 p.15
    Salvi, Durbin bickering over who's extreme  10/17/96 p.16
    Salvi, Durbin answer readers' questions  10/31/96 p.11
    Guns may have been pivotal in Senate race  11/7/96 p.10
    Suburban volunteers were at core of Salvi campaign  11/7/96
        p.11
 
SANDER, BECKY                                               
    Wearing new hats:  former Barrington players now running
        the team  7/4/96 p.97
 
SARTAINS, JAMES                                             
    Anniversary  3/28/96 p.100
 
SAVE-A-PET                                                  
    Shelter is bracing for movie fallout  12/19/96 p.110
 
SAVELEY, KEN                                                
    Saveley's bat lifts Post 158 to district title  8/1/96 p.111
 
SAXTON, BEN                                                 
    Saxton is Bronco's best story at relays  12/19/96 p.126
 
SCHANCK, CYNTHIA                                            
    Tropical Wings; Cynthia and George Schanck, owners  6/20/96
        p.113
 
SCHANCK, GEORGE                                             
    Tropical Wings; Cynthia and George Schanck, owners  6/20/96
        p.113
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    Historic farm target for development  8/1/96 p.28
    Schaumburg flag flap not finished  12/12/96 p.34
    Neighbors wary of group home in Schaumburg  12/12/96 p.36
 
SCHMIDT, JENNIFER                                           
    Solar Design; Jennifer Schmidt, owner  12/19/96 p.117
 
SCHNECK, RONALD                                             
    Motorcyclist dies after crash on Rt.14  7/18/96 p.6
 
SCHOCKE, DAYNA                                              
    BHS grad discusses ecology and politics with Gorbachev 
        10/17/96 p.9
 
SCHOCKMEL, JOHN                                             
    Vorlop replacements named  9/19/96 p.5
 
SCHOLL, KARL                                                
    Mr. and Mrs. Karl Scholl  1/11/96 p.27
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    New traffic signal by schools planned  9/5/96 p.12
    Pete Fitzgerald to speak at charter school meeting  9/12/96
        p.29
    Fitzgerald says he'll fight for charter-school group 
        9/26/96 p.14
 
SCHULMAN, ROCHELLE                                          
    BYS chief Schulman is named to NU post  7/11/96 p.87
 
SCHWARTZ, KATHY                                             
    Fire guts home, but dogs are saved  7/18/96 p.7
 
SCHWARTZ, STEVE                                             
    Fire guts home, but dogs are saved  7/18/96 p.7
 
SCOTT, ROBERT                                               
    Former Lake Barrington man faces sex charges  2/29/96 p.5
    State's Attorney drops sex charge, trial is canceled 
        9/26/96 p.13
 
SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY                                   
    Village oks Sears reimbursement  8/22/96 p.6
 
SEIDMAN, ED                                                 
    Deerfield resident to replace Depke as SWALCO chief 
        12/12/96 p.13
 
SENIOR HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM                             
    SHIP comes in to help seniors with insurance  8/8/96 p.34
 
SEVON, SCOTT R.                                             
    Home builder charged with sex crime  4/11/96 p.9
    Plea bargain gets builder probation for sex charge  8/1/96
        p.11
    Correction to story of 8/1/96  8/8/96 p.6
 
SHAH, SATISH                                                
    Local man's gift helps purchase chemistry books  11/21/96
        p.12
 
SHELL OIL COMPANY                                           
    Shell Oil unveils big plan for Main Street/Rt. 14 lot 
        10/31/96 p.9
 
SHERMAN, ROBERT                                             
    Atheist protests Hersey High's annual prayer  12/12/96 p.34
 
SHOTKOSKI, DAVID                                            
    Murder trial's delays irk victim's family  7/4/96 p.19
 
SHOUH, RANDALL                                              
    Alcohol involved in fatal crash  11/28/96 p.31
 
SIDHU, INDERJEET                                            
    Marching to his own drum  8/1/96 p.79
 
SILLIMAN, BLAIR                                             
    Silliman and Olsen win twice as Fillies claim JV conference
        meet  10/31/96 p.113
 
SINGER, KARL                                                
    Rotarians aid orphanage  10/17/96 p.13
 
SITTINGER, TAMMY                                            
    My Secret Garden, Tammy Sittinger and Lisa Szuberla, owners
        4/18/96 p.123
 
SKINNER, CAL, JR.                                           
    Skinner:  taxpayer ally needed in Springfield  2/22/96 p.9
    Skinner has role as tax watchdog  10/17/96 p.34
    Skinner-Powalowski debate set for Oct. 28  10/24/96 p.21
    Voters choose Skinner again  11/7/96 p.12
    Cal Skinner sinks state bond issue  12/12/96 p.12
 
SKOGH, LARRY                                                
    Businessman is baffled by fraud charge  4/4/96 p.24
 
SLECOHIGH, ROBERT                                           
    Crash snarls traffic, sends two to hospital  3/7/96 p.11
 
SLOCUM LAKE DRAINAGE DISTRICT                               
    Drainage woes could cost village $24,000  1/25/96 p.16
 
SMILEY, AMANDA                                              
    Bishop and Smiley are honored at BHS awards banquet  6/6/96
        p.116
 
SMITH, BRADY                                                
    Saints' new sackman:  New Orleans nabs ex-Bronco Smith on
        Round 3  4/25/96 p.111
 
SMITH, STEVE                                                
    Garden Corner Nursery and Craft Addition; Jason Benjamin,
        C.J. Benjamin, and Steve Smith, owners  5/16/96 p.99
 
SOLAR DESIGN                                                
    Solar Design; Jennifer Schmidt, owner  12/19/96 p.117
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    Deerfield resident to replace Depke as SWALCO chief 
        12/12/96 p.13
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY                  
    SWANCC looks into landscape waste market  4/18/96 p.8
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Rose makes offer to pave path  10/17/96 p.10
    Board asks for change  11/21/96 p. 16
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Brough keeps fighting for protection of wetlands  1/4/96
        p.10
    Drawing of credit sparks legal threat  1/11/96 p.11
    Crash ends chase, results in charges  1/11/96 p.12
    Correction to story of 1/11/96  1/18/96 p.6
    Village looking for new opinion in Midlands case  1/18/96
        p.14
    Drainage problems  1/18/96 p.14
    Covered bridge needs repair  1/18/96 p.14
    Officer recovers [from heart attack]  1/18/96 p.14
    Settlement brings new look to Forest Knoll  1/25/96 p.17
    South Barrington cops help identify impostor  2/8/96 p.13
    South Barrington parcel ruled out as new school site 
        2/15/96 p.10
    Village votes to get extra legal opinion  3/21/96 p.6
    Land deal is off, but Rose plans donation  3/21/96 p.14
    Barrington Club expansion almost done  3/28/96 p.5
    Judge rules against village  3/28/96 p.6
    Village officials sued for $1 million each  4/4/96 p.5
    Village board seeking settlement  4/11/96 p.8
    South Barrington officials seek protection in Midlands
        lawsuit  4/18/96 p.10
    Subdivision residents angry about cost of road project 
        4/25/96 p.24
    Wetlands fight continues  5/16/96 p.10
    Union Pacific puts more heat on village  5/16/96 p.15
    Golf course planned on Klehm site  5/16/96 p.5
    Car accident leads cops to teens' drinking party  5/23/96
        p.9
    South Barrington police awarded $150,000 grant for new
        officers  5/23/96 p.10
    Midlands movie theater mulled  6/13/96 p.5
    Arson ruled out in barn fire  6/13/96 p.8
    Cops named in suit  6/13/96 p.10
    Coyotes are part of Barrington area landscape  6/13/96 p.22
    Residents voice objections to density in Klehm plan 
        6/20/96 p.5
    Village to screen movie-complex plan  7/4/96 p.5
    Midland sale depends on ok of AMC's movie theater plan 
        7/11/96 p.9
    Penny Road neighbors oppose new school site  7/17/96 p.8
    Midlands deal gets September deadline  7/18/96 p.12
    Movie complex hearing scheduled  8/1/96 p.6
    Plots thickens as village screens movie proposal  8/15/96
        p.11
    District 220 officials meet Penny Road neighbors tonight 
        8/15/96 p.18
    Public hearing for Klehm plan set  8/15/96 p.19
    Credit cashed in for Meadow Lakes  8/15/96 p.19
    Village hall expansion mulled  8/15/96 p.19
    SB resident plays at reunion, but First Lady doesn't attend
        8/15/96 p.30
    Race is on to approve area movie complex  8/15/96 p.32
    Scores of movie screens seeking homes in area  8/15/96 p.32
    Dinner and movie:  A potent combo?  8/15/96 p.33
    Doubts emerge over proposed school site  8/22/96 p.5
    Critics absent from multiplex hearings  8/22/96 p.8
    Chief:  "MacGyver" mailbox bombs may deliver danger 
        8/29/96 p.10
    Curtain rises on cinema showdown  8/29/96 p.24
    Home's design leads to lawsuit  9/5/96 p.7
    Cops link teen boys to MacGyver bombs  9/12/96 p.13
    Man arrested on gun charge  9/26/96 p.9
    Theater race pits villages as rivals again  9/26/96 p.11
    Theaters may saturate area market  9/26/96 p.11
    Hearing set for Klehm property proposal  10/10/96 p.6
    Klehm developers:  Plan nets $21 million for area  10/17/96
        p.10
    Rose makes offer to pave path  10/17/96 p.10
    Criticisms of Klehm plan heard  10/24/96 p.5
    Fortneys to leave legacy when they leave village  10/31/96
        p.10
    Klehm hearing moved to Allstate  11/7/96 p.6
    Klehm plan getting heat over residential density  11/14/96
        p.5
    Treasurer appointed to clerk post  11/21/96 p.6
    James Company reduces density of Klehm plan  11/28/96 p.5
    Village loses Midlands case  11/28/96 p.13
    Stage set for 2 theaters to open  11/28/96 p.14
    Police get hi-tech training  12/05/96 p.6
    Fuller seeks village staff adjustments  12/19/96 p.6
    Impact of Klehm plan on schools, parks dissected  12/19/86
        p.10
    AMC buys Midlands  12/26/96 p.5
    Two local men charged with assaulting police  12/26/96 p.8
 
SOUTH RIDGE LAKE PARK                                       
    In-line skating facility considered  9/19/96 p.6
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF LAKE COUNTY                   
    Inclusion sparks special ed controversy  4/4/96 p.33
    Janney:  District 220's SEDOL dispute is not about
        inclusion  4/4/96 p.33
 
SPICER, BETSY                                               
    Having a ball  10/3/96 p.109
 
SPIKE, DANIEL R.                                            
    Spike elected president of county group  4/11/96 p.113
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Village to study possible street closures at St. Anne 
        2/29/96 p.11
    First communion  5/9/96 p.8
    Pride of St. Anne's  5/9/96 p.30
    St. Anne attic sale raises money for church ministry 
        7/11/96 p.9
    Annie's Attic hits sales record  7/18/96 p.9
    St. Anne plan to get review  8/1/96 p.11
    Street closings would be test of St. Anne plans  8/29/96 p.5
    St. Anne convent refurnished  9/5/96 p.90
    Village to close streets to study St. Anne plans  9/12/96
        p.5
    Chestnut closed as village studies plan for St. Anne 
        10/3/96 p.5
    St. Anne mourns death of cardinal  11/21/96 p.10
    Study:  street closings had little effect  12/12/96 p.5
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Book illustrator talks about art of history  4/25/96 p.25
    Honor roll  5/16/96 p.32
    Correction to story of 5/9/96  5/16/96 p.6
    St. Anne's students meet city pen pals  6/6/96 p.34
 
ST. ANNE WOMEN'S CLUB                                       
    Catholic group marks 50th year  5/30/96 p.89
 
ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE ELDERLY                           
    St. Joseph's gala marks 30 years  3/21/96 p.21
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    St. Matthew members ease misery at Mexican mission 
        11/28/96 p.34
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Menagerie blessed at event  10/10/96 p.7
 
ST. NECTARIOS GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH                         
    Families go Greek at festival  8/1/96 p.9
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Answering the call:  Nordberg leaving Barrington to
        continue life of service  1/18/96 p.21
 
STAHL, MARK                                                 
    Stahl keeps listening and learning  2/1/96 p.97
 
STAPLETON, CARL                                             
    Sailors talk turkey with area families  12/05/96 p.7
 
STAPLETON, DONNA                                            
    Sailors talk turkey with area families  12/05/96 p.7
 
STAVROPOULOS, SANDRA                                        
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
 
STEIN, LEON                                                 
    Lesson of genocide  6/6/96 p.30
 
STOPKA, MARILYN                                             
    Design Toscano, Michael and Marilyn Stopka, owners  4/25/96
        p.101
 
STOPKA, MICHAEL                                             
    Design Toscano, Michael and Marilyn Stopka, owners  4/25/96
        p.101
 
STRAUS, HANK                                                
    Outstanding in his field  9/19/96 p.7
 
STURM (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                    
    Residents:  development caused flood  5/30/96 p.7
    Commission gets funds to fix flooding problem  8/8/96 p.31
 
SUBURBAN BANK                                               
    Barrington obtains option for bank's vacant property 
        11/14/96 p.9
 
SUPER CROWN BOOKSTORE                                       
    Super Crown bookstore opens in Lake Zurich  5/23/96 p.25
 
SWANSON, DAVE                                               
    A cut above:  awards sprout for teen's mowing business 
        6/13/96 p.105
 
SWAYA, MARK                                                 
    BHS cans Kalas; Swaya is named Fillies' new boss  6/6/96
        p.116
 
SWEIGART, STEPHEN                                           
    Drumming up melodies  7/4/96 p.11
 
SYZMANSKI, PAT                                              
    Syzmanski exits from village post  7/4/96 p.12
 
SZAUKELLIS, JOHN                                            
    Here's Johnny  10/3/96 p.108
 
SZUBERLA, LISA                                              
    My Secret Garden, Tammy Sittinger and Lisa Szuberla, owners
        4/18/96 p.123
 
TAE KWON DO JUNIOR OLYMPICS                                 
    Kids going to Florida for kicks  6/20/96 p.7
 
TAUBMAN COMPANY                                             
    Taubman traffic study is studied  8/22/96 p.10
    Taubman team addresses mall-site water concern  9/19/96 p.8
    Correction to story of 9/19/69  9/26/96 p.6
    Critics:  mall site is suitable for mixed-use development 
        9/26/96 p.10
    Taubman outlines its zoning plan for mall  10/3/96 p.7
 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING                                     
    Hotel plan criticized by advisory panel  8/1/96 p.31
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Taxing situation  3/28/96 p.105
    Edgar's plan would not have fixed District 220's problems 
        4/11/96 p.9
    Cap seen to be working to hold down tax hikes  5/9/96 p.10
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Real Property Assessments  2/8/96 p.E1
    Delinquent tax list  2/8/96 p.90
    Delinquent tax list  2/8/96 p.102
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Barrington village board gives levy slight increase 
        12/12/96 p.8
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Plan may balance Cook-Lake tax bills  8/8/96 p.5
    Cook County property tax multiplier goes up slightly 
        8/8/96 p.8
    BETA lawsuit hearing today  8/15/96 p.5
    Few react (so far) to tax plan  8/15/96 p.5
    Cook County tax bills may have errors  8/15/96 p.10
    Assessment  11/28/96 p.113
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment roll corrections  3/21/96 p.94
    Assessment roll  11/14/96 p.Q1
    Delinquencies  11/21/96 p.113
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Assessment  12/12/96 p.E1
 
TAXATION--INVERNESS, ILL.                                   
    Inverness tax levy approved  11/21/96 p.9
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Lake County assessment rise slows down  5/16/96 p.23
    Plan may balance Cook-Lake tax bills  8/8/96 p.5
    BETA lawsuit hearing today  8/15/96 p.5
    Few react (so far) to tax plan  8/15/96 p.5
    BETA lawsuit in court next week  9/12/96 p.6
 
THORSON, JUDITH A.                                          
    Thorson named Harper vice president  5/23/96 p.34
 
TONNIGES, THOMAS F.                                         
    Tonniges appointed to School District 220 Board  9/5/96 p.5
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Property transfer  1/11/96 p.21
    Fitzpatrick leaving village after 13 years as activist 
        2/22/96 p.8
    It looks like no tower for Tower Lakes  4/11/96 p.5
    Tower Lakes board nixes water tower  4/18/96 p.12
    Water-storage issues prompt Caile to quit  5/30/96 p.22
    Tower Lakes water rates could be increased soon  6/13/96 p.8
    Tower Lakes water rates raised  6/20/96 p.6
    Resident survey to steer village's future  6/27/96 p.26
    Response is high for village survey  8/15/96 p.31
    Tower Lakes tank project hits rock bottom-literally 
        11/14/96 p.8
    Survey says: Tower Lakes cops do fine job  12/05/96 p.13
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    More safety at crossings urged  1/11/96 p.23
    Metra station in line for face-lift  2/22/96 p.7
    Railroad gate problems signal worries for police  3/14/96
        p.7
    Study to focus on neighborhood traffic patterns  3/21/96
        p.12
    Road salt ices railroad crossing gates  3/28/96 p.12
    Stopping sprawl needs planning, sharing  6/20/96 p.11
    Train whistles may be muted  8/8/96 p.7
    Railroad crossing safety requires more than signs  12/12/96
        p.8
    Pace cuts Barrington-Lake Zurich bus service  12/19/96 p.14
 
TREVINO, RAYMOND L.                                         
    Repeat sex offender gets prison term  9/5/96 p.6
 
TRIBAL EXPRESSIONS                                          
    Tribal Expressions; Rob and Jeri Brooke, owners  5/2/96 p.B3
 
TROCHE, JOSEPH                                              
    Alleged TV theft foiled  8/22/96 p.24
 
TROPICAL WINGS                                              
    Tropical Wings; Cynthia and George Schanck, owners  6/20/96
        p.113
 
UARCO                                                       
    UARCO antenna is approved  8/1/96 p.11
 
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD                                      
    Drawing of credit sparks legal threat  1/11/96 p.11
    Road salt ices railroad crossing gates  3/28/96 p.12
    Judge rules against village  3/28/96 p.6
    Village officials sued for $1 million each  4/4/96 p.5
    Village board seeking settlement  4/11/96 p.8
    South Barrington officials seek protection in Midlands
        lawsuit  4/18/96 p.10
    Union Pacific puts more heat on village  5/16/96 p.15
    Midlands movie theater mulled  6/13/96 p.5
    Village to screen movie-complex plan  7/4/96 p.5
    Midland sale depends on ok of AMC's movie theater plan 
        7/11/96 p.9
    Midlands deal gets September deadline  7/18/96 p.12
    IDOT donates land for crash memorial  7/25/96 p.24
    Railroad crossing to be closed  8/8/96 p.6
    Village loses Midlands case  11/28/96 p.13
    AMC buys Midlands  12/26/96 p.5
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Postal officials stamp out improper election tactic 
        3/21/96 p.10
    Post office, union are at odds over automation  8/1/96 p.101
    Technology has changed the way mail's delivered  8/1/96
        p.101
    Addressing literacy  10/17/96 p.31
 
UNITED WE STAND (POLITICAL PARTY)                           
    Former party organizer challenges Perot group  2/8/96 p.24
 
VAKIL, BIMALKUMAR                                           
    Liquor store employee arrested  9/5/96 p.6
 
VAN HOVEN, TEKLA                                            
    Van Hoven named to NB panel  12/12/96 p.33
 
VAN HUELE, DENISE                                           
    Van Huele aiding U.S. volleyball team  7/18/96 p.117
 
VANDERVENTER, MARY ELLEN                                    
    Recorder hopefuls waging fierce battle  10/24/96 p.20
    Democrat wins recorder race  11/7/96 p.10
    Recorder makes Ryg deputy clerk  11/21/96 p.30
 
VELEZ, KELLY                                                
    Friends, family mourning girl killed in street gang
        crossfire  6/27/96 p.8
    Girl's murder tied to boyfriend's gang  7/4/96 p.20
 
VERR, STEVEN                                                
    Candidate arrested at Barrington train station  12/05/96
        p.24
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Church presents Christmas concert  12/12/96 p.7
 
VILLAGE GREEN (PARK)                                        
    Village Green park may sprout on Lipofsky's site  11/14/96
        p.8
    Village Green project gains steam  11/21/96 p.7
 
VODIN, GEORGE                                               
    Fancy Art N.F.P.; George Vodin, owner  2/8/96 p.73
 
VORLOP, FRED                                                
    District OKs new contract for Vorlop  4/18/96 p.29
    Vorlop resigns from District 220  8/29/96 p.5
 
WAGON WHEEL FIGURE SKATING CLUB                             
    Precise on ice  1/4/96 p.7
    Starlets take a tumble at sectional  2/29/96 p.109
    Wagon Wheel skaters repeat as champions  4/4/96 p.23
    Junior Starlets recover from disaster to claim second
        straight title  4/4/96 p.137
 
WAMBERG, TOM                                                
    Wamburg stretching the limit in race to Dakar  1/11/96 p.7
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Sewer project continues to clog over legal snags  1/18/96
        p.5
    Water conditions at proposed mall site get examined  8/8/96
        p.11
    Palatine will provide water for Inverness nursing home 
        8/8/96 p.29
    Lake Barrington board looks at tower options  9/19/96 p.9
    Opponents rallying against industrial park water tower 
        9/26/96 p.8
    Board is pressured from both sides  10/17/96 p.5
    Federal funds may flow to Flint Creek  10/24/96 p.7
    Neighbors, village team up to solve flooding problem 
        10/24/96 p.10
    Tower Lakes tank project hits rock bottom-literally 
        11/14/96 p.8
    Developers reveal plan for mall sanitary sewer  11/14/96 p.9
    Site proving suitable for water tower  12/05/96 p.5
    Survey says: Tower Lakes cops do fine job  12/05/96 p.13
 
WAUCONDA RODEO                                              
    Wauconda and protesters saddle up for 33rd rodeo  7/11/96
        p.22
    Wauconda rodeo rides on, despite activist's protests 
        7/18/96 p.10
    Charges dropped against animal protesters  8/1/96 p.25
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Property transfer  1/11/96 p.21
    Wauconda and protesters saddle up for 33rd rodeo  7/11/96
        p.22
    Wauconda rodeo rides on, despite activist's protests 
        7/18/96 p.10
    Couple saddled with water woes  8/25/96 p.10
    Charges dropped against animal protesters  8/1/96 p.25
    Developer can't stop flooding in neighbor's yard  8/8/96
        p.34
    Academy expands  8/15/96 p.31
    Wauconda police chief arrested  8/29/96 p.32
    Wauconda fires its police chief  9/5/96 p.23
    Costumed suspects captured-in photo  12/12/96 p.9
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Deep freeze causes headaches, no disasters  2/8/96 p.11
    Lightning causes $30,000 in damage  4/18/96 p.6
    Spring rains flood area lowlands  5/23/96 p.7
    Kildeer residents blame floods on Deer Park  5/23/96 p.7
    Flood-control steps taken  6/6/96 p.14
    Spring rain storms draining on North Barrington budget 
        7/4/96 p.10
 
WESTFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL                                  
    Board rescinds suspension  12/19/96 p.28
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Brough keeps fighting for protection of wetlands  1/4/96
        p.10
    Wetlands fight continues  5/16/96 p.10
    Feds make ruling in wetland feud  6/13/96 p.19
 
WHEELING HIGH SCHOOL                                        
    Wheeling High School celebrates diversity  5/30/96 p.34
 
WHITE, JESSE                                                
    Candidates vie for county posts  10/24/96 p.21
 
WILLIAMS PARK (LAND SUBDIVISION)                            
    Residents:  development caused flood  5/30/96 p.7
 
WILLOW CREEK CHURCH                                         
    Willow Creek to landscape entrance  5/30/96 p.6
 
WINKELHAKE FARM                                             
    Historic farm target for development  8/1/96 p.28
 
WISELY, DONNA                                               
    Wisely dives into action at practice pool  7/18/96 p.116
 
WRONA, MICHAEL                                              
    Racing!!!  8/29/96  p.84
 
WYNSTONE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Berries tied to cyclospora  6/27/96 p.23
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    Portfolio '95  1/4/96 p.8
    Top ten stories  12/26/96 p.10
    Year in review  12/26/96 p.12
 
YEGGY, GARY                                                 
    Yeggy resigns from school district  11/14/96 p.5
 
ZIELINSKI, ED                                               
    Treasurer appointed to clerk post  11/21/96 p.6
 
ZONING                                                      
    Spa owner:  zoning law is unfair  2/8/96 p.12
    Village tightening zoning  5/16/96 p.28
    Cary neighbors protest re-zoning of Fox River site 
        11/28/96 p.35
    Subdivision plan to be reviewed by village board  12/12/96
        p.16
    BH board ok's preliminary plat  12/19/96 p.6
    Zoning and roads to be campaign issues  12/26/96 p.5

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