Louise McCulloch has been golfing two-and-a-half years, but she's already New Trier's junior captain and last year she shot a 78 at the state tournament.
While coach John Holecek has few complaints, if any, about his defense, DJ Melsheimer and Emmett Clifford are in a quarterback battle and the Ramblers have had trouble running the ball.
Sept. 18 9:23 p.m. |
Representatives from three north suburban conferences met earlier this month to discuss the idea of forming a football-only conference, however talks now seem to be at a standstill.
Sept. 18 5:06 p.m. |
Notes about college athletes from Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich, Maine South, Glenbrook South, Niles West, Stevenson, New Trier and Fenwick.
Arts & Entertainment
A packed program of ethnic music and dance is planned for Evanston’s Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off Celebration, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20 at Robert Crown Center, 1701 Main St. The free event is presented by the City of Evanston and Latino Resources.
Sept. 18 1:38 p.m. |
Using the words “good” and “Ray Rice videotape” in the same sentence might seem inappropriate, or even offensive.
Sept. 18 9 a.m. |
The Winnetka Village Council will look to create a new downtown master plan, while studying other local villages to gather ideas.
People who live where binturongs are found claim that they smell like popcorn. You can decide for yourself.
Sept. 17 11:42 a.m. |
Bright sunshine, crisp, late-summer temperature just warm enough to make outdoor events pleasant, the only clouds in the sky decorative and fluffy – Sydney Martin couldn’t have asked for a more glorious day than Sunday to hold her “Rock the Beach” fundraiser.
Sept. 16 4:57 p.m. |
The Chicago Philharmonic is exploring music involving the five senses during this, their 25th anniversary season, just the second season for its artistic director/conductor Scott Speck.
Sept. 16 3:55 p.m. |