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Jay Cutler is not going anywhere

Jay Cutler is not going anywhere

Adam Reckamp

November 18, 2015

Whether you like it or not Bears fans, Jay Cutler is your franchise quarterback. For years Bears fans have bemoaned Jay Cutler for his inconsistency, attitude, and tendency to throw interceptions. It seems every year Cutler gets a new offensive coordinator and there are columns written about how TH...

Why a Carmelo Anthony trade to Chicago makes sense

Why a Carmelo Anthony trade to Chicago makes sense

Adam Reckamp

September 29, 2015

According to Zach Lowe of Grantland, the New York Knicks are getting close to trading their star forward, Carmelo Anthony. In a recent piece on Grantland about Suns forward Markieff Morris, Lowe wrote “The Kings and Knicks should take a look [at Morris], even though neither has movable assets that w...

Bulls made a mistake letting Thibodeau go

Bulls made a mistake letting Thibodeau go

Adam Reckamp

June 2, 2015

Jerry Reinsdorf, you picked the wrong man. The Bulls organization is moving in the absolute wrong direction. At this point it is a well-known fact that the relationship between the Bulls front office and head coach Tom Thibodeau was broken beyond repair. The unhappy marriage had to end; the problem...

The Chicago Cubs may make a comback

The Chicago Cubs may make a comback

Chris Sawalski

April 19, 2015

he Cubs have a good team and many analysts have them either winning the division or taking a wild card spot, which is not far off, but I don’t know if they can do it this year. There has been a lot of talk about the Cubs second baseman prospect, Javier Baez, but he just has not shown any improvement to...

For the love of sailing

For the love of sailing

Tamara Funke

April 14, 2012

On Saturday, July 21, when most Huntley High Students are on vacation, playing sports, or hanging out with friends, sophomore Arion Yedinak will be ready for his biggest race of the year, the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac Island. On that weekend, Yedinak will spend anywhere from 50 to 60 hours on a sailboat, as he races almost 400 other bo...

A taste of the American melting pot

A taste of the American melting pot

Franca Onyibor

March 2, 2012

It was Nov. 1. She sat between the window and her mother, dazed; everything had moved so quickly. Outside, she could hear a group of rowdy teenage boys and a screaming 1 year old, presumably on his first flight. But inside her, it still felt as though she were on a vacation. For Emily Stone, the prospec...

Teacher Margie Brand travels around world but stays close to home

Tyler Davis

March 1, 2012

To English teacher Margie Brand, there is nothing more important than family. She has lived all over – Chicago, southern Illinois, Miami, Gainesville, San Francisco, Alaska, but through it all, she knows the importance of family. Six children – Andrew, Michael, Julie, Jim, Kate, and Tom. “That...

UPDATE: Charges Filed in LITH Stabbing

UPDATE: Charges Filed in LITH Stabbing

December 23, 2011

This is an ongoing story and details may be changing rapidly. At approximately 12:30 p.m. on Friday, an unidentified Lake in the Hills male was stabbed outside of a home on the 2800 block of Melbourne Lane. Lake in the Hills Police responded to the call of an apparent knife wound to the neck. ...

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