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It seems a bit premature to talk about retirement at your 40th birthday party but that is exactly what Ron Johnston was doing at his recent bash down at Camp Depression in Lockport. The Full Throttle team owner, who fittingly drives under #40, said he is going to step down after the 2015 season is up. Comment?
Civil War re-enactment at Canal Days Lockport, IL in 2011. Jill Ilbert of Wheaton cooking, Tony Lobello of Homer Glen in blue coat, Bria Conroy of Joliet in white shirt. Comment?
Here's a chance to ditch those old electronics cluttering up the garage and get a crash course in green themes all in one stop. Citizens Against Ruining the Environment , a Will County environmental group, will host the total green-o-rama with its free green fest Sunday at Historic Dellwood Park in Lockport. Comment?
Illinois lawmakers and Chicago city officials are chewing over a bill to ban plastic baby bottles, pacifiers and sippy cups made with bisphenol-A. House Bill 2485, sponsored by Rep. Elaine Nekritz, D-Des Plaines, will outlaw all children's food containers and sports water bottles made with BPA, used for decades in manufacturing plastics. Comment?
Will County environmentalists are calling on county officials to probe into a recent chemical spill at the Exxon refinery in Joliet and to force companies to cut public health hazards. Citizens Against Ruining the Environment wants a public meeting in the wake of an Aug. 11 fire at the refinery, when propane and hydrogen fluoride, or hydroflouric acid, spilled into the surrounding environment. Comment?
There are awesome events for avoiding madness this March 2015, in the Chicagoland area. Some think according to the groundhog, we will be anticipating an early Spring this year. Comment?
Respecting the earth in which god has created and concern for our children's future has become increasingly more important each year. One of the reasons people are caring more for the planet, can be that they no longer think our natural resources are endless. Comment?
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