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10/18/10 South Elgin physician bikes to Pikes Peak to raise funds for cancer research
By Susan Dibble - As a surgeon, Robert Maganini often tells his breast cancer patients they've climbed Mt. Everest after they've completed treatment. FULL STORY
10/14/10 Lego show shaping up
By Susan Dibble - Father and son Lego artists Dave and John Xandegar made their public debut two years ago at the Glen Ellyn Public Library. FULL STORY
10/14/10 Ceremony to honor vets of Korea, Cold War
By Susan Dibble - Lou Kueltzo joined the Navy right after high school and spent his 18th year helping rescue downed pilots from the frigid winter waters off the coast of North Korea. "The pilot in the cold water would last no more than 15 to 20 minutes, said... FULL STORY
10/10/10 DuPage woman lost her home, found her voice
By Susan Dibble - Jill Markussen wasn't a judgmental person, but she knows she carried stereotypes in her head about who programs for the homeless served. FULL STORY
09/29/10 Naperville siblings earn distinction for high-power rifle shooting
By Susan Dibble - While Naperville college student Lindsey Mazurski was working three jobs this summer, she was competing in high-power rifle matches on weekends and shooting Tuesday evenings with a league that meets in Bonfield, near Kankakee. FULL STORY
09/24/10 'Jersey Boys' members to perform in Addison
By Susan Dibble - Anyone wanting to enjoy a great performance, see the freshly renovated auditorium of Addison Trail High School and tour the new home of the Addison Center for the Arts can do all three this Saturday. FULL STORY
09/22/10 Joseph Standing Bear works for a better future for Native Americans
By Susan Dibble - The Grand Entry of the Native American dancers dressed in full ceremonial regalia is always a high point of the Harvest Pow Wow at Naper Settlement. FULL STORY
09/15/10 Goodrich farm, 4-H club teaching kids about rural life
By Susan Dibble - When Marilyn Goodrich brings her goats to Glen Ellyn Historical Society's Tavern Day Celebration, older people often come up to her and say, "I had a goat once" or "My grandmother had a goat." FULL STORY
09/07/10 Hard work brings pioneer cemetery's first ceremony in 100 years
By Susan Dibble - Robert Jacobsen doesn't have any ancestors buried in the three pioneer cemeteries in Milton Township he's worked to preserve and protect for the past 10 years. FULL STORY
09/07/10 Wheaton resident Bernie Kleina still carries on the fight after 40 years
By Susan Dibble - His doggedness is legendary. Secretaries of Housing and Urban and Development in Washington, D.C., have known Bernie Kleina on a first-name basis. So have errant landlords, village officials, real estate agents and lenders who failed to adhere to... FULL STORY
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