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08/24/13 Fire departments update auto aid agreements
By Kimberly Pohl - The Palatine Rural Fire Protection District, Palatine Fire Department and Rolling Meadows Fire Department recently agreed to update existing automatic aid agreements in an effort to provide safer and more efficient use of resources. FULL STORY
08/23/13 Harper budget decreases slightly after dip in enrollment
By Kimberly Pohl - Harper College trustees this week unanimously passed a balanced budget, but officials cautioned that state funding and pensions could impact the bottom line. Overall operational spending in fiscal year 2014 is budgeted to decrease slightly due to a... FULL STORY
08/23/13 Panelists underscore need for early STEM education
By Kimberly Pohl - One overarching theme emerged Thursday at a panel discussion on the importance of STEM-based curriculum: Start them young. U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth, a Hoffman Estates Democrat, and many of the 10 panelists gathered at Carl Sandburg Junior High in... FULL STORY
08/23/13 Gender gap persists in STEM education participation
By Kimberly Pohl and Melissa Silverberg kpohl@dailyherald.com - Jane Halloran doesn't hesitate when asked about her future career plans. The South Elgin teen has been certain she'll go into environmental engineering ever since her introduction to Project Lead the Way, a national curriculum preparing students... FULL STORY
08/22/13 Barrington Hills teen flourishes in dressage
By Kimberly Pohl and Elena Ferrarin - While many people are unfamiliar with dressage (rhymes with garage), considered to be the highest expression of horse training and the most artistic of the equestrian sports, Rosie Julian-Simoes doesn't know a life without it. The Barrington Hills... FULL STORY
08/22/13 Dist. 15 Foundation unveiling Palatine-opoly game
By Kimberly Pohl - This weekend's Downtown Palatine Street Fest will feature plenty of live music, local cuisine and family entertainment. It's also where the District 15 Educational Foundation will unveil its very own Palatine-opoly board game. FULL STORY
08/20/13 Work to begin soon on Rotary Plaza in Palatine
By Kimberly Pohl - The Rotary Club of Palatine, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in March, has teamed with the village to create Rotary Plaza in the heart of downtown, at the northeast corner of Palatine and Plum Grove roads. "We wanted to do something... FULL STORY
08/15/13 District 15 finances better than expected
By Kimberly Pohl - Palatine Township Elementary District 15 will enter the new school year with a more optimistic financial outlook than previously thought. The $153.7 million budget calls for spending to exceed revenue by about $3.2 million, which is less than half... FULL STORY
08/15/13 Dist. 15 must offer choice to students at seven schools
By Kimberly Pohl - Due to benchmarks many officials consider arbitrary and practically impossible to attain, Palatine Township Elementary District 15 must offer students at seven of its schools the option of transferring. Up to 55 students will be allowed to attend... FULL STORY
08/15/13 Glen Ellyn pageant teen finds beauty in music
By Kimberly Pohl and Elena Ferrarin - Don't tell Isabelle "Izzy" Hanson that she participates in beauty pageants. Yes, the 17-year-old from Glen Ellyn won the title of Miss Illinois' Outstanding Teen in June, and now is in Florida competing in the Miss America's Outstanding... FULL STORY
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