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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Arlington Heights, Illinois 818458 00123 o so he qum ii leads list of Tony winners a Back Page is or in West Suo tirbs . Daily Herald a flub Nis advocate Ktuk to a a gotta Libertyville nurses calling a monday Biz Alai monday june 8, 2015 big picture a local focus $1.00 wd00ck publications a 14380 year a no. 237 me h 4 it in / f w i Jim m it a z in of % i v v a a \ v Steve la n d a in tidy a daily Harraid rom tilt Stanley cup anal comas to Ilia Unstad Cantar for tonight a Gantt 3 Bataan a Blackhawk and lightning. The series la tied att. Nastaj cup game 3 Tampa Bay at Hawks a 7 tonight no can / Wgn-720 am Back at the Madhouse r a i Libarry Rozner the nil salary Cap and a roster full of expensive players and soon to be free agents will give pm Stan Bowman another summer of Tough choices. Our experts get you ready in today a sports Section Troy Murray Duncan Keith Isnit the Only Hawks defens Eman who deserves accolades a Brent Seabrook is a very important part of the team s Core. Illiana hello rt.53 project today a scoreboard shows the Illiana expressway trailing the route 53 Extension by a mile. Amid a budget feud with democrats gov. Bruce Rauner jettisoned the Illiana last week. The suspension of the Road linking 1-55 with 1-65 in Indiana buoyed foes who consider it a Boondoggle that could Cost taxpayers $1 billion plus. The Downside is the state has spent $63 million for engineering and land acquisition in Pursuit of the Illiana. That kind of Cash would come in Handy for another expensive Road project Hamstrung by a whopping shortfall of nearly $2 billion a the Extension of route 53 into Lake county. Around the time Rauner booted the Illiana he consolidated a Power base at the Illinois tollway appointing directors who generally support the route 53 idea. Quot As the fortunes of the Illiana fall the momentum for route 53 appears to have risen Quot Depaul University transportation expert Joseph Schwieterman said. Rauner pulled the Illiana because the project costs exceed currently available resources he said. For former tollway director Bill Morris of Grayslake who has criticized the project As too pricey that rationale raised Hopes Rauner Quot would pull the plug on route 53.�?� Quot when there is not enough Money to maintain the existing roads and Bridges by Idota a admission it makes no sense to build new roads a Morris said. Schwieterman for one considers Quot route 53 a different animal than the Illiana. Its not see transit on pase 13 Pai kick k i n / i k pint la re to i of a out a group of Honoreen from Glenbarr West High school gather sunday during the daily Herald prep excellence awards at Sears Centre in Hoffman estates. The suburbs finest top High school athletes celebrated at Sears Centre event by Doug t. Graham Dan Runham it i it uly Herald rom the suburbs top High school athletes joined their families and coaches sunday to celebrate their hard work and achievements at the third annual daily Herald prep sports excellence awards banquet at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman estates. More than 600 student athletes representing 68 High schools from 28 sports attended the banquet. The daily Herald asked each school to nominate five boys and five girls to attend. Joe Aguilar the Lake county High school sports coordinator for the daily Herald said the athletes were successes not Only on the Field of play but students who made their schools and families swell with Pride watch highlights from Tho event Ai a the Hersey drum line provides the soundtrack for our overview to the event including opening remarks from the daily Herald s Joe Aguilar. A see How our winners earned their awards. Visit away from sports. Quot of those were my kids my head would be the size of a Medicine Ball Quot Aguilar said. From the crowd of exemplary student athletes eight were awarded special honors for providing memorable moments in Competition see banquet on Page 4 in a i k in k Kos in p k tin a in u11 \ or i Ald it no suburban athletes and their friends and families pack the Sears Centre on sunday. By David chary am mud Aru nearly everywhere in red states and Blue abortions Are Down since 2010. Abortions have declined in states where new Laws make it harder to have them a but they be also waned in states where abortion rights Are protected an associated press Survey finds. Explanations vary. Abortion rights advocates attribute it to expanded pages a Illinois follows National trends with 2.6 percent drop in abortions. Access to effective contraceptives and a drop in unintended pregnancies. Some foes of abortion say there has been a shift in societal attitudes with More women choosing to carry their pregnancies to term. Several of die states that have been most aggressive in passing anti abortion Laws a including Indiana Missouri Ohio and Oklahoma a have seen their abortion numbers drop by More than 15 percent since 2010. But More Liberal states such As new York Washington and Oregon also had declines of that magnitude even As they maintained unrestricted Access to abortion. Nationwide the a Survey showed a decrease in abortions of about 12 percent since 2010. See abortion on Page 8 from Rio to the suburbs she makes teaching fun Mark w f. a inc la hot it teacher Alessandra Kennedy with bar fifth Grade class at Thomas Jefferson elementary in Hoffman estates sets up a math problem for her students. Daily Herald report As a child growing up in her native Rio de Janeiro Alessandra Kennedy loved to teach. Shed gather neighbourhood kids in her front Yard and give lessons sometimes on English. Although she admits it sometimes took a Little coaxing to get the other kids to play along she insists she Quot always made it Kennedy carries that same spirit and enthusiasm today As a fifth Grade teacher at Thomas Jefferson elementary school in Hoffman estates. Whether it s organizing the schools variety show helping new students fit in embracing the latest technology or building a Community within the classroom Kennedy always strives to make education Tun and engaging. She does no to teach us like regular teachers Quot said one of her students. A we re her own like children. She loves that s Why years later former students a known around the school As Quot Kennedy kids Quot a who want to become educators themselves specifically ask to work with her As part of an internship program with Fremd High school. To read More about Kennedy and Why she was chosen As this month s daily Herald teacher see today s neighbor Section. Top weather stonely High of 84. Ste the Back of neighbor. Of \ Index comics Sec 5 help wanted 4-1 movies Sec 6 editorials 1-12 Horoscope Sec 5 obituaries monday Biz health amp fitness 6-1 lottery 1-14 puzzles Sec 5 % i a a a a a i \ 1 graduation photo galleries see our collections of suburban High school ceremonies i w a or t or 2015 daily Herald prep sports excellence banquet fewer Marni Pyke the suburbs in transit women seek an abortion so Long bosons include Imor tem pregnancy rotes

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