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10/25/13 Lombard employee brings bikes, joy to African nation
By Susan Dibble - Dave Gorman has always been an adventure junkie. Lombard's assistant director of public works has canoed in the Everglades, kayacked along the coast of Hawaii, competed in Ironman triathlons and marathons. But his bike ride this July across the... FULL STORY
10/16/13 Benedictine's new Global College reflects emphasis on international students
By Susan Dibble - Lisle-based Benedictine University has master's programs in China and Vietnam and partnerships with colleges and universities throughout the world. Alan Gore has been appointed the dean of Benedictine's new Global College to coordinate its... FULL STORY
09/19/13 Glen Ellyn man organizes music festival to rally people to fight cancer
By Susan Dibble - Katie Vogg of Glen Ellyn wasn't one to call attention to herself, but she touched a lot of people with her "give, live, laugh and love" approach to life. Up to a 1,000 people are expected to turn out to celebrate her outlook on life and raise... FULL STORY
09/17/13 Naperville teen tracks asteroid, makes friends at summer program
By Susan Dibble - Naperville North High School senior Kimberly Dauber spent an intense 5½ weeks this summer capturing images of a near-Earth asteroid, attending lectures and doing homework. But if you think that sounds too nerdy to be much fun, you would be mistaken. FULL STORY
09/13/13 Naperville's Riverwalk Fine Art Fair in its own league
By Susan Dibble - Dave Claus knows the words "gourd art" often conjures up images of smiley faces and bird houses. Those aren't the kind of gourd creations he and his wife, Rosie, will show and sell at the Riverwalk Fine Art Fair this weekend. FULL STORY
09/11/13 Elmhurst Historical Museum exhibit lets 'Greatest Generation' tell their stories
By Susan Dibble - Elmhurst Historical Museum's traveling exhibit "Our Lives, Our Stories: America's Greatest Generation" explores the lives of those shaped by the Great Depression and World War II. An interactive kiosk features interviews of Elmhurst residents who... FULL STORY
09/10/13 Lombard's Carol Bauer named state's most dedicated blood drive coordinator
By Susan Dibble - Carol Bauer, executive coordinator for the village of Lombard, was named the "Most Dedicated" blood drive coordinator in Illinois this year by the Illinois Coalition of Community Blood Centers. Bauer has collected more than 10,981 units of blood for... FULL STORY
08/21/13 Family struggles with pain as early dementia claims husband, father
By Susan Dibble - Josh Pierce was a regular guy who could enjoy a ballgame, a couple of beers and a round of golf with his buddies before he started acting strangely a few years ago. After 18 frustrating months, the married father of twin daughters and owner of a... FULL STORY
08/16/13 Cantigny Golf's bee project goes global with gift to high school in Ghana
By Susan Dibble - Scott Witte is the superintendent of Cantigny Golf, but he's also a beekeeper who keeps 10 hives on the golf course. Recently, the Cantigny Golf Bee Barometer Project went global with a gift of three bee suits and two smokers to a school in Ghana,... FULL STORY
08/05/13 Zookeeper Jenny Theuman helps visitors connect with animals in Wheaton
By Susan Dibble - Jenny Theuman, an experienced zoo keeper who has worked at the Shedd Aquarium among other places, now enthusiastically tends animals at Wheaton Park District's Cosley Zoo. FULL STORY
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