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Articles from the December 5, 2019 edition

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Girls & the goats - A herd of goats was seen moving through The Community House a couple of weeks ago. They didn't bust loose from a passing truck; instead they were trucked in from Blue Sky...

 

Once upon a time

Hoop dreams — Sandy Williams, in her book “Images of America — Hinsdale” writes that this photo is of 1905 women’s basketball team members at Hinsdale Township High School. She believes...

 

Student spreads wings through D86 TC

Hinsdale's Maddie Maturino held up the birthday card she had just printed out at the Hinsdale High School District 86 Transition Center. The balloon-emblazoned card will be among numerous items for sa...

 

Police beat

Hinsdale police distributed the following reports Dec. 4. DUI arrests • Julius Jasiukenas, 27, 449 S. Wisconsin Ave., Villa Park, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a blood-alcohol content higher than .08 and...

 

School boards, village ready 2019 levies

The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board is poised to pass a $85.3 million property tax levy at its Dec. 12 board meeting. Josh Stephenson, the district’s chief financial officer, presented the proposed 2019 levy at the Nov. 14 meeting, and...

 

Driver crashes car into Steinway doors

A motorist crashed her car into the front doors of the Steinway Piano Gallery at 120 S. Washington Street. Hinsdale police and firefighters were on the scene Monday afternoon. There were no injuries....

 

Coping strategies to help manage holiday stress

We’re all at risk of being “overcooked” by holiday stress. Whether you’re a host or a guest, going out or staying in, spending time with others or alone, a variety of factors can impact our moods and stress levels. What will I serve for...

 

Holiday happenings

Lights and Lagers Dec. 6 Brookfield Zoo 8400 31st St. https://www.czs.org/lightsandlagers Stroll along pathways illuminated with more than one million LED lights and sample a wide selection of beers while enjoying music and visits with animal...

 

Spirit of giving

Sherry Party Dec. 5 Vintage Charm 52 S. Washington St., Hinsdale childrenshomeandaid.org Bring a friend, sip bubbly and spread holiday cheer at the Hinsdale Auxiliary of Children’s Home and Aid annual party. Organizers are collecting gift cards...

 

Understanding property tax cycle in Illinois

The property tax is largest single tax in Illinois and is the major source of revenue for Community Consolidated Elementary District 181 and Hinsdale High School District 86. It also is a significant source of funding for the village of Hinsdale,...

 

Weekly agenda

Hinsdale High School District 86 Board 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12 Hinsdale South High School 7401 Clarendon Hills Road, Darien Hinsdale Plan Commission 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 Memorial Building 19 E. Chicago Ave. On the draft agenda: public...

 
 By Pamela Lannom    News    December 5, 2019

Best gifts to be found here in Hinsdale

Vishnu Srinivasan has lived in Hinsdale for only two years, but he's no stranger to the area. He grew up in Oak Brook and graduated from Hinsdale Central before going on to earn his degree in finance...

 

Burned out red bulbs shine bright for fire safety

The Hinsdale Fire Department is once again participating in the annual statewide Keep the Wreath Red fire safety program. A wreath will be hung outside the station at 121 Symonds Drive. For each fire caused by holiday decorations, a red bulb will be...

 

Hallmark movie could be new holiday tradition

Hallmark movies are big business. Just take a quick peek at the merchandise available and the list of stars appearing on the channel this month. They're also a source of entertainment - especially at...

 

Loss can remind us of blessings

I was listening to the radio the other day when I heard something that resonated with me deeply. The radio host was talking about the significance of family during the holiday season and the...

 

D181 board should've been more open about IASB votes

I am writing about D181’s votes on IASB resolutions 1 and 3 at the last school board meeting (Nov. 18) and am concerned there are other, pressing matters that parents in this community are not aware of. When D181 has needed funding for a new...

 

Fredrickson's column a necessary reminder to us all

I want to express a heartfelt thanks to Jack Fredrickson for his column Nov. 21 turning a very personal and tragic event in his life, the accidental death of his wife, Susan, into a reckoning that many of us need to face concerning when to say “no...

 

Ask an expert - Andrea Sidorow, Giving Circle co-chair

How does the West Suburban Giving Circle work? Since 1985 the Chicago Foundation for Women has worked to improve the community through its support of organizations that benefit women and girls. That...

 

Joe Chiodo

Joe Chiodo of Downers Grove, a former U.S. Secret Service Officer, Marine Corps veteran and Purple Heart recipient, died of complications from cancer Nov. 29, 2019. He was 74. Chiodo, a native of...

 

Jeffrey A. Moser

Jeffrey Alan Moser, 56, of Chicago, died unexpectedly on Nov. 30, 2019, following a heart attack. Jeff, 56, was born in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, in 1963 to James F. and Dorothy Ruth (Powell) Moser. He...

 

Susan M. Schroeder

Susan M. Schroeder, 60, of Clarendon Hills passed away Nov. 26, 2019. She was born in 1959 in Evergreen Park and was a longtime employee of ServiceMaster. She was preceded in death by her...

 

Sharon Emily Shankland

Sharon Emily Shankland, nee Ogstad, 77, a 14-year Hinsdale resident, died Dec. 3, 2019. Sharon was a selfless wife, mother, loving grandmother, and proud to have been a well-traveled military spouse....

 

Betty Trescott

Betty Trescott, 98, of Hinsdale passed away Nov. 29, 2019. She was born Betty Lou Peters in 1921, in Bloomfield, Neb., the daughter of August and Beth (Hoyt) Peters. A graduate of the University of...

 
 By Ken Knutson    Pulse    December 5, 2019

Village serves up seasonal delights

Get the holiday cheer cranked up at the Hinsdale Christmas Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. tomorrow, Dec. 6, in downtown Hinsdale. The 54th annual event, sponsored by the Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce, will...

 
 By Ken Knutson    Sports    December 5, 2019

Ron Kruse

Name: Ron Kruse Year: senior Hometown: Clarendon Hills When did wrestling become a sport you wanted to pursue? I started wrestling in first grade, but I started taking it pretty seriously in fourth...

 

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