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Wash. court rules against READER POLL florist in gay wedding case By RACHEL LA CORTE The Associated Press

OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that a florist who refused to provide services for a same-sex wedding broke the state’s antidiscrimination law, although she claimed doing so would violate her religious beliefs. A lower court had fined Barronelle Stutzman, a florist in Richland, Washington, for denying service to a gay couple in 2013, and ordered her to pay a $1,000 fine. Stutzman argued that she was exercising her First Amendment rights. But the court held that her floral arrangements do not constitute protected free speech, and that providing flowers to a same-sex wedding would not serve as an endorsement of same-sex marriage. “As Stutzman acknowledged at deposition, providing flowers for a wedding between Muslims would not necessarily constitute an endorsement of Islam, nor would providing flowers for an atheist couple endorse atheism,” the opinion said. Stutzman’s lawyers immediately said they would ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the decision. “It’s wrong for the state to force any citizen to support a particular view about marriage or anything else against their will,” Stutzman’s attorney, Kristen Waggoner, wrote in a statement issued after the ruling. “Freedom of speech and religion aren’t subject to the whim of a majority; they are constitutional guarantees.” It’s one of several lawsuits around the country – including some involving bakers – about whether businesses can refuse to provide services over causes they disagree with, or whether they must serve everyone equally.

A Colorado case involving a baker who would not make a wedding cake for a samesex couple is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, according to Lambda Legal. In 2014, the court declined to hear an appeal of a case out of New Mexico that went against a photographer who denied a same-sex couple service. Gov. Jay Inslee lauded Thursday’s ruling, saying it was “in favor of equality for all Washingtonians.” “By ruling that intolerance based on sexual orientation is unlawful, the Court affirmed that Washington state will remain a place where no one can be discriminated against because of who they love,” Inslee said in a written statement. Stutzman had previously sold the couple flowers and knew they were gay. However, Stutzman told them that she couldn’t provide flowers for their wedding because same-sex marriage was incompatible with her Christian beliefs. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and the couple sued her, saying she broke state anti-discrimination and consumer protection laws, and the lower court agreed. The state’s nine high court justices upheld that verdict. The court rejected several arguments put forth by Stutzman, including the assertion that since other florists were willing to serve the couple, no harm occurred. “As every other court to address the question has concluded, public accommodations laws do not simply guarantee access to goods or services. Instead, they serve a broader societal purpose: eradicating barriers to the equal treatment of all citizens in the commercial marketplace,” the court wrote. “Were we to carve out a patchwork of exceptions for ostensibly justified discrimination, that purpose would be fatally undermined.”

KINGSTON – Kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year in Genoa-Kingston School District 424 begins next month. From March 7 to 10, parents can register their children for kindergarten at Kingston Elementary School, 100 School St., Kingston. Registration times are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from

8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday. Parents should bring an original, certified copy of their child’s birth certificate to registration and provide two documents proving residency. Children must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 1 to register. Questions about registration can be directed to Kingston Elementary School at 815-7845246.

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60th annual Genoa Chamber Dinner honors community By DREW ZIMMERMAN

dzimmerman@shawmedia.com GENOA – Awards presented in recognition of service to the city of Genoa at the Chamber of Commerce’s 60th annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Thursday left some recipients in tears. The event was held at the Custom Aluminum Products building at 312 Eureka St. in Genoa. Special praise and a standing ovation were given to Roger and Joanne Watson, who were the only individual recipients of the chamber’s Ambassador Award, for their decades of service to Genoa. Joanne, who moved with her husband, Roger, to Genoa in 1964 and worked with him to found the Kishwaukee Valley Historical Society, said the award means a lot, and she was completely shocked and surprised, especially after being presented the award by two of her daughters, whom she did not know would be in attendance. Roger, fighting back tears, said he was at a loss for words. Alan Browne Chevrolet, which held a successful toy drive during Christmas; the DeKalb County Community Foundation, which has supported city programs; the DeKalb County Nonprofit Partnership, which has aided nonprofit organizations around the county; Genoa-Kingston School District 424, which has expanded student services through various community partnerships; Genoa-Kingston Fire Protection District, which has supported multiple chamber events; and Custom Aluminum Products, which has provided economic growth to Genoa, also were recipients of the Ambassador Award. Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Cortney Strohacker received a surprise award for excellence in leadership, the first time such an award was presented, leaving her in tears. “She has the ability to take an average team of individuals and transform them into superstars,” said chamber Associate Director

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Roger and Joanne Watson are greeted by their daughters, Vickie Drendel (center left) of Malta and Joan Protano of DeKalb, on Thursday after the Watsons received an Ambassador’s Award from the Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce for their community service. Krissy Johnson, who presented the award. “She has driven the chamber to succeed with her integrity and vision, and no matter how you define leadership, Cortney possesses those qualities.” Strohacker said that she never wants the awards to focus on the chamber, but to be recognized in that way was very special. Other awards included the Excellence Award, which recognizes businesses that enhance the community, whether it be new or improved businesses, renovation and expansion projects or an outstanding achievement within the business community. This year’s recipients were the DeKalb County Economic Development Corp.; Karlsbad Tavern, which underwent a substantial renovation last year; the city of Genoa; KishHealth Systems, which now is a part of Northwestern Medicine; Energym Gymnastics; and Lloyd Landscape and Garden Center. The Outstanding Ambassador of the Year Award went to Sherry Frankenbach, and the Dave Tobinson Award went to Rich Gentile. Anniversaries of chamber members also were highlighted. Among the longest-serving organizations were Tobinson Ace Hardware with 90 years

Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce Associate Director Krissy Johnson greets Ambassador Award winner Sherry Frankenbach on Thursday. of service, the Genoa Public Library with 95 years and St. Catherine’s Catholic Church with 105 years. With respect to the event’s theme of “Cultivating Tomorrow Today,” representatives from Northern Illinois University, Kishwaukee College, Family Service Agency of DeKalb and the DeKalb Ogle Workforce Development

Consortium presented materials on various services they offer to adults and students. The event also featured keynote speakers Steve Dillett, Custom Aluminum Products president, and District 424 Superintendent Joe Burgess, who is retiring at the end of the school year after 33 years in education.

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Ex-gymnastics instructor faces new charges

Sycamore police: 4 more victims found who were students at Energym By BRETT ROWLAND

browland@shawmedia.com SYCAMORE – Prosecutors filed additional charges Thursday against a former Energym gymnastics instructor that could send him to prison for life after investigators identified four additional victims. Joseph R. Hannon, 21, formerly of the 1700 block of DeKalb Avenue, Sycamore, was charged Thursday with three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and a single count of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child. If Hannon is convicted of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child

involving more than one victim, state law requires he be sentenced to life in prison, First Assistant State’s Attorney Stephanie Klein said. The new charges bring the total number of victims to six, all of them students at Energym in Sycamore. Hannon has been in Joseph R. custody at the DeKalb Hannon County Jail since Dec. 7, when he was arrested on charges that he sexually abused a 9-year-old girl during an open gym session Nov. 25 at Energym. That incident was captured on video, police said. Later that month, prosecutors filed more serious charges related to a second victim. Since then, investigators have done additional victim-sensitive interviews with Energym students. From those interviews, police found

that Hannon had inappropriate physical contact with four other children while working at Energym in Sycamore. “We continue to investigate this case so we may identify any additional victims, provide them the necessary resources and support while holding the suspect accountable for his actions,” Sycamore Police Chief Glenn Theriault said Thursday. Klein said all of the victims were girls younger than 13. When Hannon first was arrested, prosecutors said he might have inappropriately touched as many as 30 children. Energym owner Andy Morreale has previously said Hannon was hired without a background check. Hannon had been arrested several times in DeKalb County and was on felony probation for an October 2013 drug case when he was hired. Hannon had

taken classes at Energym, which has locations in Sycamore and Genoa, as a child. Energym hired him part time in September 2015 as a student instructor. In August, he was hired full time. In addition to employing Hannon, Morreale also rented an apartment to him near the gym. The family of a girl who police believe was abused by Hannon has filed a civil suit against Energym Gymnastics Inc., Morreale and Hannon. The suit alleges that Energym and Morreale were negligent in hiring Hannon, that they failed to properly supervise him and bear responsibility for what happened to the girl because the incidents occurred at Energym. Hannon remains in jail in lieu of $2.25 million bond, according to court records. He would have to post $225,000 to be released. A preliminary hearing is set for March 17 in the criminal case.

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band; parents; sisters; Phyllis Charlesworth and Carol Rand; and brothers, Wilbur and Ronald Rand. A celebration of life service will be held at 3:30 PM on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Esmond United Methodist Church, 675 Main St., Esmond, IL. A visitation will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 PM prior to the service, at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Esmond United Methodist Church, American Cancer Society, and American Heart Association.

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Marilyn J. Eychaner, 84, of Esmond, died on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 in Kishwaukee Hospital surrounded by her family. She was born April 4, 1932 in DeKalb to Emmett and Mary (Riemsnider) Rand. On August 17, 1952, she married Raymond Eychaner, in Esmond, at the Esmond United Methodist Church. Together, they farmed in the Esmond area for 41 years until his death in 1996. She was a lifelong member of Esmond United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women. She celebrated life with her family and friends which included traveling, family dinners, camping, card club and working alongside her husband and son on their farm. Survivors include her children, Debra (Will) Burlingham, Karen (Hank) Schmitt, Judy (Thomas) Maloney and Russell (Barb) Eychaner; grandchildren, Mark, Brad, and Scott Burlingham, Emily (Colin) Portle, Eric Schmitt, Gary (Jamise) Schmitt, Tony (Phoung) Schmitt, Mike (fiancé-Mallory Thornberry) Maloney, Andy Maloney, and Natalie, David, and Steven Eychaner; great-grandchildren, Allison, Katie, Nathan, Madelyn and Miles Schmitt, Marianna Burlingham, and Olivia Portle; brothers, Lowell (Donna) Rand, Howard (Gloria) Rand, Gerald (Marjory) Rand, and Charles (Phyllis) Rand; sister, Norma Rand; cousin, Audrey Stocking; sister-in-law, Carol Rand; and numerous nieces and nephews. Marilyn was preceded in death by her hus-

Jeff D. Long Jr. (JD), age 68, passed away at home in Rockford on January 26th, 2017. Jeff was preceded by his parents, Jeff D. Long Sr. and Pearl Mable (Herriot) Long; wife Jackie (McElroy) Long (Feb. 16, 1950 – Jan. 25 2017); Brother, Laken Long; nephew, Terry Long. He is survived by sons, Griffin Long, Sean Long, Bryce Long; step daughter, Melissa Martindale; sister in law, Cibby Long; nephews, Vince Long, and Jason Long. He was united in marriage to Jackie (McElroy) Long on January 5, 1996 and they resided in Rockford, Illinois. Jackie and Jeff survived the Fairdale, Illinois tornado of 2015 and had relocated to Rockford where they were retired. Jeff had attended DeKalb High School In DeKalb IL. He joined the army and served two tours in Vietnam as a door gunner in a huey helicopter along with helicopter recovery and rescue missions. After multiple tours, Jeff returned home to continue service in the DeKalb, IL Fire Department, and served as Chief from June 20, 1986 through September 17, 1993 when he retired. As Jeff was a very private man, the family has already held a private service. In lieu of flowers, please direct memorials in care of the family to Julian-Poorman-Welte

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Funeral Home, 304 North 5th Street, Rockthy would marry the love of her life, Kenneth ford, Illinois, 61107 or www.weltefuneral.com. B. Rehn on February 16, 1946 in Belvidere, IL. She would go on to live her life as a home maker where she lovingly took care of her three children. Dorothy through her life was GLORIA JEAN NEWMAN passionate about her time as a foster mother, Born: September 5, 1940; in Sycamore, IL 4-H leader and baking cookies and cakes with Died: February 10, 2017; in Joliet, IL her grandchildren. She was a faithful member Gloria Jean Newman, age 76 of Zion Lutheran Church where she made her of Elgin, IL passed away Feb- spiritual home. Most importantly Dorothy ruary 10, 2017 at Presence St. loved God and her family. Dorothy is loved and will be missed by Joseph Hospital in Joliet, IL. her children, Dennis (Deborah) Rehn, Jon She was born September 5, (Crystal) Rehn, Patricia (Paul) Rehn-Forrest; 1940 in Sycamore, IL. to her grandchildren, Andrew Rehn, Katie Rehn, loving parents, George and Sarah Rehn, Molly (Nick) Kisling, Megan Dorothy (nee Patterson) Holland. McDonald, Alyssa Rehn, Stephen Forrest; Gloria graduated from Sycamore High and great-grandchild, James Forrest; brother, School, Class of 1959. She was married to Donald (Nancy) Gustafson; and sister-in-law, her high school sweetheart for 25 years, and Eunice Corson. together raised their daughter, Jacqueline. She is preceded in death by her husband, Gloria went on to work as a K-Mart Jewelry Kenneth; and parents. Manager at the Elgin store for many years. Funeral Services have been held. Loved ones will remember Gloria’s generous Memorials can be given to the church. To heart and passion for volunteering. She loved to help others whenever she could. In her free light a candle or share a condolence, please visit www.AndersonFCS.com. time, she enjoyed reading. Gloria is survived by her daughter, Jacqueline Newman of Guymon, Oklahoma; siblings, George (Jan) Holland of Sycamore, IL, Gary (Judy) Holland of Mendota IL and Gail Holland of Chandler, AZ; grandson, Jack (Kalyn) Newman Erickson; great-grandson, Scout Jackson Erickson; and many nieces and nephews. Gloria was preceded in death by her parents, two sons and two nephews. Services and interment will be private. Arrangements entrusted to Symonds-Madison Funeral Home, 305 Park St., Elgin, IL 60120. For more information call 847-741-1168 or visit www.symondsmadisonfuneralhome. com

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time needed for a County Board member with changes in his life,” Pietrowski said in the email. “He related that he was disappointed to have to resign and have it be right at the beginning of his term.” Schmarje could not be reached for comment Thursday. Steve Kuhn, chairman of the DeKalb County Republicans, said precinct committee members will hold a caucus in March and interview candidates who are interested in filling the seat. The details of the caucus will be announced in a public notice within the next few days, he said. The requirements for candidates are that they must live in District 2 of DeKalb County; they must be at least 18 years old, and they must be registered members of the Republican Party, Kuhn said. Because Schmarje was elected as a Republican, his replacement must also be a Republican. Kuhn said after the party recommends a candidate, he or she must gain approval from the County Board. The board chairman has the final decision on who is brought before the board for a vote. The board chairman also may select a candidate; however, Pietrowski is a Democrat and could not recommend a member of his own party, Kuhn said. The person selected by the board would serve until the next election in 2018, Pietrowski said.

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A recently elected DeKalb County Board member has resigned from his seat in District 2, and a caucus will be held in March to identify a potential candidate to fill the vacancy. Jonathan Schmarje, a Republican, was elected in November to represent District 2, which includes Genoa and Kingston. He was a member of the forest preserve committee and the health and human services committee. Schmarje beat his Democratic opponent Jonathan John Wett for the Dis- Schmarje trict 2 seat with 2,321 votes, about 60 percent, according to official election results. His term was for four years and would have lasted until 2020. The Nov. 8 general election had Republicans taking victories in two out of three contested County Board races, bringing the ratio from a slight Democrat majority of 13-11 to a 12-12 split. Board Chairman Mark Pietrowski Jr., a Democrat representing District 3, said in an email that Schmarje officially resigned Feb. 8, and his vacancy was announced during Wednesday’s board meeting. “In terms of why he resigned, he said he was not able to devote the amount of

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Sycamore firefighter/paramedic Nick Perez (front) works on extinguishing a car fire Thursday as Lt. Adam Honiotes watches on West State Street, outside the DeKalb County Courthouse in Sycamore.

SPRINGFIELD – The 45th annual American Legion Youth Police Camp will be from June 25 to 30 at the Illinois State Police Academy in Springfield. The aim is to promote educational and learning opportunities for 14- to 16-year-olds in the areas of law enforcement, military, leadership, cultural diversity, personal development, physical fitness and social and interpersonal skills, according to a news release. The American Legion will accept applications for the camp until May 26. Applications are available online at www. illegion.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2017-Youth-Police-Brochure.pdf. For information, call Safety, Law and Order Committee Chairman Delmar Buske at 217-555-9555 or Illinois State Police Special Agent Melissa Uhles at 618-346-3482.

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The ASSOCIATED PRESS BELLEVILLE – A judge on Thursday denied a request by the Illinois attorney general to stop paying state workers unless lawmakers resolve an ongoing budget impasse. Attorney General Lisa Madigan said she will appeal the judge’s ruling, noting the state’s constitution requires an enacted appropriation for state spending. “Under the current injunction, the state has spent over $3 billion in taxpayer money without any transparency or legislative debate as required by law,” Madigan said in a statement. “The governor is using this injunction to avoid following the Constitution and enacting a budget, irreparably harming the people of Illinois.” St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert LeChien refused to reverse a previous court order requiring Illinois to pay state employees in the absence of a spending plan. Madigan argued stopping pay would hasten a budget agreement. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has criticized Madigan’s legal move, suggesting the daughter of House Speaker Michael Madigan wanted to create a “crisis” that would shut down the government.

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College admissions bill advances in Illinois House

SPRINGFIELD – An Illinois House committee has cleared a proposal that would require public universities to admit first-time freshman applicants who finish with a GPA in the top 10 percent of their high school’s graduating class. The House Higher Education Committee passed the bill Wednesday despite opposition from the University of Illinois and the Illinois Board of Higher Education, The News-Gazette reported. Democratic Rep. Andre Thapedi of Chicago sponsored the bill, noting that the University of Illinois’ Urbana campus has 5.4 percent black enrollment. Higher percentages are reported at the school’s Chicago and Springfield campuses. “Clearly, our universities are not diverse,”

Attorney Gen. Lisa Madigan speaks at a news conference Aug. 21, 2014, in Chicago. On Thursday, St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert LeChien denied a request by Madigan to halt state worker paychecks unless lawmakers resolve the state’s budget impasse. Gov. Bruce Rauner suggests she wanted to create a “crisis” that would shut down the government. AP file photo

“We’re pleased our hard working state employees, who show up to work every day on behalf of the people of Illinois, will continue to be paid,” Rauner said in a statement, adding he hopes Madigan drops her efforts and allow negotiations in the Senate on a balanced budget to succeed. Rauner and Democrats who control the Legislature have been fighting for years over how to balance the budget.

Rauner repeated Wednesday that he will support a tax increase to help close a multibillion-dollar budget deficit, but only if it is accompanied by measures he wants to help businesses, such as reduced workers’ compensation costs. Democrats oppose Rauner’s agenda, with Speaker Madigan calling it “extreme” and harmful to the middle class. Without a budget in place, social service agencies, higher education and

he said. “And I think it’s important to recognize we’re talking about our best and our brightest students. “We’re not just talking about kids who are looking to just get over to get into the university. These are kids who are performing in their high schools, but for one reason or another, the universities opt not to admit them. So now we want to give them that opportunity.”

Mitchell Davis has a history of mental illness and violence toward his parents. Records show a judge in October lifted a protective order Davis’ parents previously requested against him.

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Freeport man charged in parents’ stabbing deaths

FREEPORT – A Freeport man faces two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his parents. The (Freeport) Journal-Standard reported that that 33-year-old Mitchell Davis is charged in the deaths of 66-year-old Patrick Davis and 59-year-old Carlotta Davis. Police found them dead of apparent stab wounds about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Davis is in custody at the Stephenson County Jail with bond of $750,000. It wasn’t immediately clear if he had an attorney to comment on his behalf. Stephenson County court records show

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Minn. man shot by Amtrak officer in Chicago dies

CHICAGO – A Minneapolis man who was shot by Amtrak police near Chicago’s Union Station has died. Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said 25-year-old Chad Robertson died Wednesday, one week after being shot. Robertson was taking a bus from Memphis, Tennessee, to Minneapolis and was on a stopover in Chicago when the shooting occurred. According to family members, the transit officer fired at Robertson as he ran during an encounter near Union Station. The officer reportedly fired twice, striking Robertson once in the left shoulder. Guglielmi said the man’s wounds were not considered life-threatening at the time. He said the wounded man was found with cash and narcotics, but was unarmed.

other programs have suffered. Other spending has continued, however, because of court orders or state law. That has included employee pay. Both Democrats and Republicans in the Illinois House said worker paychecks should continue and have introduced separate bills seeking to avert a government shutdown if Madigan’s motion succeeds. Rauner said in a video message to state employees last week that he would veto the Democrat-backed plan, which would appropriate money for state agencies to continue paying employees through the end of the fiscal year June 30. The Republican plan wouldn’t expire at the end of the fiscal year, but it puts the governor’s office and state agencies in charge of deciding how much money employees receive – authority that Democrats are not willing to give. Rauner and the state’s largest public-employee union have been at odds over a new contract, with the governor seeking millions in savings. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees contends the General Assembly has appropriated funds for the state employee payroll by agreeing to abide by court orders.

Attorney Douglas Hopson of Chicago told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that Robertson’s family will be considering a wrongful death lawsuit against the officers involved.

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Judge rules against effort for elected school board

CHICAGO – A federal judge has rejected an effort by former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and some Chicago residents to force the city to adopt an elected school board. Quinn and the residents filed a lawsuit in October contending a school board appointed by Chicago’s mayor violated the constitution and civil rights. They said such a board raises the question of taxation without representation. The lawsuit included a demand that the city and Chicago Board of Education create a plan allowing for the election of school board members. In her ruling issued Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Elaine E. Bucklo rejected those claims. She said the plaintiffs have no fundamental right to vote in school board elections as a matter of law.

– Wire reports

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PATRICIA M. STYS

Born: December 20, 1962; in Aurora, IL Died: February 14, 2017; in Sycamore, IL Patricia M. “Micky” Stys, 54, of Sycamore died suddenly on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at her home. She was born December 20, 1962 in Aurora, to Thomas and Nancy (Perkins) Braddish. She was married to Frank Stys. She was employed at the DeKalb Family Restaurant and was the bar manager at the American Legion Post #66, in DeKalb. Micky had the biggest heart of gold. She loved everyone and everything and they all loved her. She kept the birds and the squirrel’s fat for the winter. She made sure everyone had whatever they needed. She was a great therapist too. She loved shopping, cooking, flowers, and bowling. Most of all she loved her family and her husband, her son, Gare Bear, her step children, her furry child, Olivia, and her best friends. She will be dearly missed forever. Until we meet again Chow Chow. Survivors include her husband, Frank; three children, Gary Butterfield, Gavin Stys, and Alex Stys; five brothers and sisters, Kathy

POLICE REPORTS Bone, Thomas Braddish, Richard Baden, Cindy Mickle, and Joanne Baden; two aunts, Maurine and Patti; her best friends, Bobbie Akers and Jane Toms; many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents; and one brother, James Baden. Her Visitation will be on Sunday, Feb. 19th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at the Butala Funeral Home and Crematory, 1405 DeKalb Ave., Sycamore, IL 60178. Please feel free to join the family at MVP Sports Bar, 124 S California St, Sycamore, IL 60178, following the visitation. In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the family, in care of Butala Funeral Home and Crematory, 1405 DeKalb Ave., Sycamore, IL 60178. To sign the online guest book or write a special memory, go to www. ButalaFuneralHomes.com or call 815-8952833.

DANIEL A. TROUT

Born: June 13, 1990; in Rome, GA Died: February 15, 2017; in DeKalb, IL Daniel A. Trout, 26, of DeKalb, Illinois, died Wednesday, February 15, 2017, at his home. Born June 13, 1990, in Rome, Georgia, the son of Timothy L. and Doris I. (Brokish) Trout, Daniel married Amanda R. Zimmer-

man on May 28, 2016. Daniel was a graduate of Batavia High School Class of 2008 and a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He is survived by his wife, Amanda; his parents, Timothy and Doris Trout of Batavia; two brothers, Jared Trout of Schaumburg, Steven (Eileen) Trout of Lincoln, Nebraska; paternal grandmother, Dee Sturges of Rifle, Colorado; two nieces; one nephew; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. The Funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, February 20, 2017, at Christ the Teacher University Parish, 512 Normal Road, DeKalb, with Fr. Matthew McMorrow officiating. Private burial will be Tuesday at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, Illinois, with full military honors. Visitation will be from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sunday, February 19, at Anderson Funeral Home in DeKalb, with a wake service at 8:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Daniel A. Trout Memorial Fund, addressed to the Trout Family in care of Anderson Funeral Home, Ltd., P.O. Box 605, 2011 South Fourth Street, DeKalb, IL 60115. For information, visit www.AndersonFuneralHomeLtd.com or call 815-756-1022.

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Devonte L. Moore, 22, of the 700 block of Regent Drive, DeKalb, was charged Thursday, Feb. 2, with retail theft. Justin R. Stines, 28, of the 400 block of Wildflower Drive, Belvidere, was charged Saturday, Feb. 4, with theft. Deborah J. Cox, 45, of the 100 block of East North Avenue, Cortland, was charged Thursday, Feb. 2, with retail theft. Jocelyn Morales, 20, of the 900 block of Greenbrier Road, DeKalb, was charged Friday, Feb. 3, with keeping a disorderly house. Antonio A. Ticer, 24, of the 1400 block of West Lincoln Highway, was charged Friday, Feb. 3, with driving under the influence of alcohol. Caitrin E. Mills, 20, of the 300 block of North Fourth Street, Elburn, was charged Friday, Feb. 3, with possession of drug paraphernalia. Cora Smith-Stevenson, 21, of the 700 block of Regent Drive, DeKalb, was charged Friday, Feb. 3, with possession of marijuana. Devon B. Kelley, 28, of the 1100 block of Rushmoore Drive, DeKalb, was charged Friday, Feb. 3, with simple battery, domestic battery, manufacture/delivery of marijuana and obstructing justice.

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RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A California man who bought high-powered rifles used in the San Bernardino terrorist attack pleaded guilty Thursday as the father of one of the victims angrily denounced the plea deal as a “slap on the wrist.” Enrique Marquez Jr. appeared in federal court in Riverside with his hands cuffed and chained to his waist. He sounded choked up after the prosecutor described what he had done. Marquez told the judge he had dropped out of high school and college but understood the allegations and the consequences of the plea agreement with prosecutors that could bring him up to 25 years in prison while sparing him a trial. Gregory Clayborn, the father of one of the people killed, opposed the deal in an impassioned plea to the judge before the hearing. “This man supplied these murderers with these weapons and he’s going to get a slap on the wrist, your honor,” Clayborn said, his voice cracking as he described the pain of losing his 27-year-old daughter, Sierra.

hall of the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan and detonated his device amid dozens of worshippers, three security officials said, adding that at least 20 women and nine children were among the dead. The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief reporters. Fazal Palejo, a senior health official in Sindh province, confirmed the toll. The Islamic State group claimed the attack in a statement circulated by its Aamaq news agency, saying it had targeted a “Shiite gathering.” The Sunni extremist group views Shiites as apostates and has targeted Pakistan’s Shiite minority in the past.

Trump names new choice for labor secretary

WASHINGTON – Seeking a surer bet to fill out his Cabinet, President Donald Trump on Thursday moved quickly to name law school dean Alexander Acosta as his new choice for labor secretary – a day after Andrew Puzder abruptly withdrew from consideration. If confirmed by the Senate, IS suicide bombing at Acosta would be the first Hispanic Pakistan shrine kills 75 KARACHI, Pakistan – An Islamic member of Trump’s Cabinet. Trump and key Republicans State suicide bomber struck highlighted a key detail in Acosta’s inside a famed shrine Thursday resume: He has won unanimous in southern Pakistan, killing at least 75 people in the deadliest Senate confirmation three times. attack in the country in more – Wire reports

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Trump raps ‘criminal’ leaks, ‘dishonest’ media By JULIE PACE

The Associated Press WASHINGTON – Aggrieved and spoiling for a fight, Donald Trump used a marathon encounter with reporters Thursday to denounce the “criminal” leaks that took down his top national security adviser and revived questions about his own ties to Russia. But he offered only a lawyerly denial that his campaign aides had been in touch with Russian officials before last fall’s election. “Nobody that I know” he said in the first full-length news conference of his presidency. The 77-minute event amounted to a free-wheeling airing of complaints, with the new president attempting to find his footing after the rockiest launch in recent memory. Trump slammed a “bad court” of appeals judges for blocking his refugee and immigration executive order and denied that his White House was paralyzed by chaos and infighting among top advisers. “This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine,” he boasted. With his signature hyperbole betrayed by reality, Trump said there has never been a president “who in this short period of time has done what we’ve done.” He blamed any problems on the outgoing Obama administration – “I inherited a mess at home and abroad” – and the news media. Standing in the stately, chandeliered East Room, Trump lambasted the “out of control” media – long his favorite foe. He appeared to delight in jousting with reporters, repeatedly interrupting their questions and singling out stories he disagreed with, well aware his attacks were sure to be cheered by loyal supporters who share his views. Polls show Trump retains support among Republicans, and solid majorities of Americans said he is following

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President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference Thursday in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C. through on his promises and is viewed as a strong leader, according to a Gallup survey. But on other questions Americans express deep reservations. Majorities said he doesn’t inspire confidence and is not honest and trustworthy. Trump’s job approval rating is much lower than those of past presidents at the same point in their administrations. According to a Pew Research Center survey, 39 percent of Americans approve of his job performance while 56 percent disapprove. Trump’s first month in office has been chaotic by any measure – a flurry of self-inflicted wounds and poorly executed policy. On Monday, he demanded the resignation of his national security adviser Michael Flynn after revelations that Flynn misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russia. The next day, The New York Times reported that multiple Trump advisers were in touch with Russian intelligence advisers during the election campaign. Trump panned the report as “fake news” and said he had “nothing to do with Russia.” “To the best of my knowledge no person that I deal with does,” he said.

That answer, couched with a caveat similar to one routinely used by witnesses testifying under oath, appeared to give him wiggle room. The president more clearly defended Flynn’s calls with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. during the transition period after his November victory. He said that while he did not tell his adviser to discuss sanctions with the envoy, “I would have directed him if he didn’t do it.” The president said that while Flynn was “just doing his job,” he was “not happy” that the adviser had misled the vice president. Trump knew for some time that Flynn had given Pence an inaccurate accounting of his discussions with Russia, but the president did not tell his No. 2 for about two weeks, according to a timeline supplied by the White House. The president has yet to announce Flynn’s replacement. His top choice, Vice Admiral Robert Harward, turned down the job Thursday, largely because of family concerns, according to a White House official who would not be named because Harward’s decision has not been publicly announced.

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12 Protesters participate in a march aimed squarely at President Donald Trump’s efforts to crack down on immigration Thursday in Chicago. AP photo

Immigrants across U.S. take day off to protest By ERRIN HAINES WHACK The Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA – The heart of Philadelphia’s Italian Market was uncommonly quiet. Fine restaurants in New York, San Francisco and the nation’s capital closed for the day. Grocery stores, food trucks, coffee shops, diners and taco joints in places like Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston shut down. Immigrants around the U.S. stayed home from work and school Thursday to demonstrate how important they are to America’s economy, and many businesses closed in solidarity, in a nationwide protest called A Day Without Immigrants. The boycott was aimed squarely at President Donald Trump’s efforts to step up deportations, build a wall at the Mexican border and close the nation’s doors to many travelers. Organizers said they expected thousands to participate or otherwise show support. It was unclear how many people participated, but in many cities, the actions were disruptive, if not halting. More actions are being planned for May 1 – known as May Day, the internationally recognized holiday honoring workers. “I fear every day whether I am going to make it back home. I don’t know if my mom will make it home,” said Hessel Duarte, a 17-year-old native of Honduras who lives in Austin, Texas, with his family and skipped class at his high school to take part in one of several rallies held around the country. Duarte said he arrived in the U.S. at age 5 to escape gang violence. The protest even reached into the U.S. Capitol, where a Senate coffee shop was among the eateries that were closed when employees did not show up at work. Organizers appealed to immigrants

from all walks of life to take part, but the effects were felt most strongly in the restaurant industry, which has long been a first step up the economic ladder for newcomers to America with its many jobs for cooks, dishwashers and servers. Restaurant owners with immigrant roots of their own were among those acting in solidarity with workers. Expensive restaurants and fast-food joints alike closed, some perhaps because they had no choice, others because of what they said was sympathy for their immigrant employees. Sushi bars, Brazilian steakhouses, Mexican eateries and Thai and Italian restaurants all turned away lunchtime customers. “The really important dynamic to note is this is not antagonistic, employee-against-employer,” said Janet Murguia, president of the Hispanic rights group National Council of La Raza. “This is employers and workers standing together, not in conflict.” She added: “Businesses cannot function without immigrant workers today.” At a White House news conference held as the lunch-hour protests unfolded, Trump boasted of his border security measures and immigration arrests of hundreds of people in the past week, saying, “We are saving lives every single day.” Since the end of 2007, the number of foreign-born workers employed in the U.S. has climbed by nearly 3.1 million to 25.9 million; they account for 56 percent of the increase in U.S. employment over that period, according to the Labor Department. About 12 million people are employed in the restaurant industry, and immigrants make up the majority – up to 70 percent in places such as New York and Chicago, according to the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, which works to improve working conditions.

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Protection still needed

Watch your wallet, because Congress is coming after the federal watchdog set up after last decade’s financial crisis to police against rip-offs of borrowers and buyers in the wilds of American commerce. Dubbing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau “a rogue federal agency” and claiming its law enforcement harms Americans’ ability to borrow money, Texas Rep. Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, proposes to shut it down and, first, eject its director, Richard Cordray. Why? Because, by all accounts, Cordray, the former attorney general of Ohio, has become too effective – securing important wins and pushing tough fights for consumers at a price that law-breaking financial firms don’t care to bear. Such as fining the Wells Fargo bank $100 million last year for its notorious practice of opening hundreds of thousands of secret accounts in customers’ names without their knowledge, carried out by staff hustling to meet sales targets and earn bonuses. Such as fining mortgage lenders for taking illegal kickbacks in exchange for referrals from real estate brokers or for steering borrowers into higher-interest mortgages – the kind of maneuvers that stuck borrowers with unpayable loans in the real estate bubble. Such as shielding millions of student loan borrowers from costly debt-relief scams and corner-cutting billing companies. Such as, this month, ordering earlier Russell Simmons debit card operation UniRush, along with MasterCard, to refund consumers $10 million and fining the companies $3 million more for harm done during a 2015 system breakdown that left tens of thousands unable to access their accounts. All vital work that, before the creation of the CFPB in the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, no federal official had the will and wherewithal to do. A Hensarling memo plotting strategy to gut Dodd-Frank reveals plans to severely scale back the bureau’s enforcement powers and allow the director, whose five-year term lasts until 2018, to be fired at will. Surely that has nothing to do with the megabucks the congressman’s campaigns raise from the very financial firms the CFPB targets. Separately, the Texas congressman advertises a gameplan to kill the bureau outright and roll the clock back to the days pre-Dodd-Frank, when consumers were sitting ducks for unscrupulous lenders barely reined in by banking regulators. To bleed the consumers’ top cop to death or to execute it by firing squad: such is the unacceptable choice looming before Congress. Every American who’s ever had a mortgage or a credit or debit card or a student loan should call their representatives in Congress and insist, loud and clear: This transaction will not go through.

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Russian communication demands probe The news that members of President Donald Trump’s circle had repeated contacts with Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election, reported by the New York Times on Tuesday, might have been less concerning if the president had responded by explaining or condemning the contacts and accepting the need for an impartial investigation. Instead, on Wednesday morning, he dashed off a half-dozen tweets in which he curiously both denied the news and attacked the leakers who disclosed it. In so doing, he gave more cause for Republicans and Democrats to demand answers about his opaque and increasingly troubling ties with Moscow. “The fake news media is going crazy with their conspiracy theories and blind hatred,” Trump tweeted. “This Russian connection non-sense is merely an attempt to cover-up the many mistakes made in Hillary Clinton’s losing campaign.” Then, he insisted, “The real scandal here is that classified information is illegally given out by ‘intelligence’ like candy. Very un-American!” The emerging White House line that questions about a Trump campaign-Russia con-

nection merely reflect a war by the intelligence community on the president makes little sense. In fact, the FBI, not some rogue spy agency, has taken the lead role in investigating contact with Russian officials by associates of Trump. That would be the same agency whose questionable disclosures about its probes of Clinton’s emails may have gained Trump the presidency. Moreover, those who are properly concerned about Trump’s possible connections to the regime of Vladimir Putin are not mere Clinton dead-enders, but a growing and bipartisan list of senators. To be clear, there still is plenty the public does not know. The nature of the apparent communications remains murky. Direct evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials to sway the election continues to be lacking. But even the scant details already reported challenge previous assurances from Trump that no one on his staff had contact with the Russians during the campaign. Notably, White House press secretary Sean Spicer echoed those claims Tuesday just before reports emerged suggesting otherwise. His credibility, as is that of the White House as a

whole, has been shattered after less than four weeks on the job. It is heartening to hear the FBI has devoted significant resources to investigating any connections between Trump’s circle and a foreign government committed to weakening the United States and its allies. Because he was so close to the Trump campaign, Attorney General Jeff Sessions should recuse himself from any and all decisions relating to that investigation. Still, the latest news, on the heels of the forced resignation of national security adviser Michael Flynn over contacts with the Russian ambassador, underscores the dire need for a broader, bipartisan probe of Russia’s election-year meddling. Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee insist the panel is working diligently. But there may well be strong political pressure on Republicans to choke the investigation or to keep key findings secret. Senior House Republicans, for example, still seem uninterested in seriously probing these issues. If congressional inquiries ultimately are derailed by politics, an independent commission must be empaneled.

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Governor fails to do his job on budget One simple truth shines through all the noise about Illinois’ budget “impasse” that has brought suffering to people all over our state: The Constitution of Illinois mandates in Article 8, Sec. 2: “The Governor shall prepare and submit to the General Assembly, at a time prescribed by law, a state budget for the ensuing fiscal year.” Expenditures cannot exceed revenues. Wednesday was the day the governor is required by law to present his proposed budget. Nowhere in the Illinois Constitution will you find a requirement that the Legislature must agree to any pet projects of the governor before he fulfills his duty to present a budget. The governor has masterfully misled the state into thinking the budget process starts with legislators and that they have failed to propose a budget. Wrong. It is the governor’s job under the Illinois Constitution to start the pro-

GUEST VIEW Susana A. Mendoza cess by presenting an actual document in which he lays out specific cuts he would make to state programs and/ or increases in revenues that would make the numbers add up. Rauner has not done that since he took office. A pledge to “work with” the General Assembly to craft a budget does not fulfill his constitutional obligation. The reason is clear: Doing his job means identifying the unpopular cuts or tax increases he’d have to make, and he is unwilling to face the criticism. He’d rather the other side and he announce a plan simultaneously. He doesn’t have that choice. Being governor means you need to lead. Anything less than a complete document with all the cuts and hikes

spelled out will be more of the same abdication of responsibility that the governor has shown since the day he took office, which is why our backlog of bills has spiked to $11.3 billion in two years. Phony savings projections from pension-reform ideas he knows the courts have already ruled unconstitutional or from union-busting fantasies won’t cut it either. Governor, you don’t need to ask the Legislature for additional authority to make cuts. You have it. Use it. During the governor’s State of the State speech last month, he went “offscript” to thank the leaders of the state Senate for doing his job for him by trying to craft a budget since he refuses to. Then behind the scenes, he apparently sent the shadow organizations he and his close friends fund to try to sabotage the Senate leaders’ efforts. This ruinous path without a real budget that the governor has forced us onto for the past two years has made

all of Illinois’ already-bad problems exponentially worse. From Carbondale to Peoria to Chicago, I hear heartbreaking pleas from Illinois residents suffering from the lack of a budget. Charities are closing programs. Mothers are forced to quit their jobs and go on public assistance because they can’t get child care. Students leave or don’t go to college. State employees put off seeing their doctors who are refusing to treat them because the state can’t pay its bills on time. Businesses have zero economic stability in this state. Enough. Do your job, Governor. Spell out your cuts and revenues. Face the criticism you knew you’d face when you ran for this job. Negotiate. Accept a compromise, sign a balanced budget, and start the healing process.

• Susana A. Mendoza, a Democrat, is the Illinois comptroller.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Why rush to approve downtown DeKalb project?

Committee and Economic Development Commission should be playing an active role for detailed vetting by the residents To the Editor: Regarding the Cornerstone DeKalb Proj- who volunteer their time and talent and ect: This project is being considered as a who know what questions to ask. Add to this that my council member, downtown development. Tax increment Kate Noreiko, told me she was briefed financing funding is being requested, privately before the council meeting, as and the project seems to meet the TIF others probably were, which certainly criteria. I have concerns, which include curtails the dynamics of the normal the following: • Why a 40 percent request for project question-and-answer process. This is not costs vs. the 25 percent guidelines? what can be described as best practice. • How carefully has the financial and It is obvious that discussions about population data been reviewed? this project have been going on for some • Why is there a rush to approve a time … since at least early fall of 2016, if major project in fewer than 15 days? not earlier. The council is allowing this to • Has the city done a thorough cost/ fast-track having been told that the deal benefit analysis of past TIF projects to would be off if the project is not passed better understand where TIF has been by early March. Really? used wisely and where it has not? If this type of development will provide Projects usually are presented to the a needed economic engine for our Planning and Zoning Commission, disdowntown, then why not adhere to the cussed, then the commission would hold 25 percent guideline, which would free a public hearing and discuss further offer- up TIF dollars for assisting other buildings ing input, then it would be brought before that could be improved to accommodate the City Council for either discussion at a additional apartments? meeting or action for first reading, then Is it possible to scale down this proposlater for second reading. al? What considerations are being made This lessens proper public vetting as the for parking? whole process is taking place in 15 days. So How closely has the zoning commission what does this do to the ability of the zon- looked at the details? ing commission to perform its primary duty Slow down, question, think. in providing objective input to the council? For a project of this magnitude, resident Bessie Chronopoulos committees such as the Finance Advisory DeKalb

Medicaid critical for adults in long-term need

needs per person. People are living longer and frequently join the ranks of seniors in need. Also, To the Editor: as people age, they can no longer care Would you help a person with a for their child with a disability. The child disability? Someone who can’t walk must leave their parents’ home and find and uses a wheelchair? What about their own place. Among these chila 90-year-old who is spending their dren are many with profound physical last months or years in a nursing needs. Medical science saved them at home? Would you help them? birth, and now they will live for 70 to 80 Most people would say a strong yes. We are truly very caring people. years. Also, many of these children are But here are two questions – how autistic, and today there are many more much help do these individuals need, people with autism. and who does the care daily? And these Although Medicaid currently does questions raise a third one – who pays not have enough funds and faces an for this help? ever-increasing financial demand, some Many people with disabilities and Washington politicians want to change older adults require a lot of care. Some- Medicaid into a “block grant” program. one has to get them out of bed, get their That is a fancy way of saying, “Let’s give breakfast ready, brush their teeth and the states less money and say people dress them; these activities are only a with disabilities and older adults in need few of the things they need help with are their problem.” every day. The purpose of Medicaid is to help You’ve probably heard of Medicaid. It those in true need. So here’s a great is a joint federal and state program, way to assist that person with a disand most Medicaid money pays for the ability who drives a chair and that older long-term support services that many adult in a nursing home. older adults and people with disabilities Please call your congressmen and U.S. must have. senators today and tell them to keep The federal government pays 50 Medicaid a joint federal/state program. percent to 75 percent of the cost and Don’t change it to a block grant. Thank states pay the rest, but currently most you for caring. states don’t have enough Medicaid dollars. States face both a growing Tony Stahl number of people in need and greater Sycamore


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Women of the Word, Waterman, will continue its “Armed for Battle” theme by starting a new Bible study based on the movie, “War Room.” On Thursday, the group will watch “War Room” and then delve into a five-week study adapted from the film. The group meets at Waterman Presbyterian Church, 250 N. Cedar St. in Waterman. It is so easy to become wrapped up in our hectic lives and forget the important things in life. Women are invited to come and explore the power that prayer can have on marriages, parenting, careers, friendships

and every other area of life. Visitors and new members are always welcome. WOW has both morning and evening classes. The morning edition runs from 9 to 11:30 a.m., and also includes a children’s program with curriculum for COW Club (ages 3 to 6) and BOW-WOW toddlers/nursery (younger than 2). The evening edition runs from 6:45 to 9 p.m. The cost is $10 and scholarships are available for those in need. Contact Sue Hipple at 815-264-3979 or sjhipple23@gmail.com for information or find the group on Facebook at Women of the Word, or visit the WOW link at watermanpres.com.

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DeKalb Mayor John Rey attended the service commemorating the 20th anniversary of Little Lambs Preschool in DeKalb. Pictured are (back row) Jen Allen, parent and member of the church council; the Rev. Ray Krueger; Carolyn Panozzo, preschool director; the Rev. Marty Marks; Rey; Amy Engstrom, former preschool director; Darlene Hillman, member of the original preschool committee; (middle row) Gretchen Sprinkle, member of the first preschool class and current church council member; Tammy Tiggelaar, founding preschool committee chair; and (front row) future, current and recent Little Lambs students Caroline Taylor, Irene Pringnitz, Heather Allen, George Taylor and Chloe Marks.

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children who are 3 years old by Sept. 1, through age 5. Various class options DeKalb Mayor John Rey recently are available. attended the service at Immanuel LuAll classes meet from 9 a.m. to noon theran Church commemorating the September through May. Little Lambs 20th anniversary of Little Lambs Pre- Preschool follows the DeKalb School school. District 428 calendar for holidays and Registration for the 2017-2018 school vacation days. year will open to the community at 8:30 For information or to set up a tour, a.m. Feb. 28. Classes are offered for call the office at 815-756-6669.

Flight training scholarship offered DAILY CHRONICLE EAA Chapter 241 of the Experimental Aircraft Association is offering a $2,000 flight training scholarship to students living in DeKalb County. It is intended to encourage DeKalb County teens who are interested in a career in aviation. Applicants must be 16 to 19 years old by the application deadline date of April 3. The applicant should have a good academic standing and be

involved in their community and extracurricular activities. A well-written essay is very important. This scholarship is sponsored by EAA 241 through fundraising from the annual breakfasts, and will be awarded at the breakfast June 4. Donations from DeKalb Mechanical, and the Turning Back Time Car Show, Sycamore, also support this scholarship. Information can be found at eaa241. org. For questions, call Albert Dyer at 630-840-3863 or 630-406 5764.

BRIEFS Bethel Assembly of God continues missions convention

Bethel Assembly of God members invite the community to join them for their annual Missions Convention. Speakers will be Rick Unruh of MAPS on Sunday and Dave Amsler from Guatemala on Feb. 26. Bethel Assembly of God is at 131 W. Elm St. in Sycamore. For information, call 819-895-4740 or visit BethelofSycamore.org.

or marti.brown@gmail.com or Beth Campen at 779-212-0904 or kecampen@gmail.com to let them know how many are attending in your party and if you will bring a dish to share.

Faith United Methodist Church plans potato bar fundraiser

Faith United Methodist Church in Genoa will host a baked potato bar youth fundraiser from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 25. The public is invited. The menu will include all the fixings, salad bar, drink and dessert. Sycamore church to host A free-will donation will be taken. community concert The Israel of God’s Church, 248 North Proceeds help support the Youth Group Mission trip to Detroit. Ave. in Sycamore, will host its annual Faith United Methodist Church is at Community Choir Concert at 6 p.m. Feb. 325 S. Stott St. 25. Call 815-784-5143 for information. The guest choir will be from the Israel of God’s Church in Chicago. Trinity Lutheran Church No collections will be taken and refreshments will be served afterward. schedules casserole supper Trinity Lutheran Church will host a All are welcome. casserole supper from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday at the church at 303 S. Seventh Beloved Community dinner St. in DeKalb. The public is invited. scheduled on Sunday The menu includes homemade casseThe next Beloved Community dinner roles, salad, rolls, dessert and beverage. will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday at The suggested donation is $10 for Newman Catholic Center, 512 Normal adults, and $4 for children ages 4 to 11. Road in DeKalb. The dinner is hosted by faith commu- Children age 3 and younger may eat for nities. The focus is to bring people from free. A special price of $25 is offered for different walks of life together for an families of two adults and two children evening of conversation. younger than 12. Those interested in attending can – Daily Chronicle contact Marti Brown at 815-501-1961

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Troop 33’s Ryan McNett earns Eagle Scout rank

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DAILY CHRONICLE Ryan McNett, son of Chad and Staci McNett, received the Eagle Scout Award as a member in Boy Scout Troop 33, sponsored by the First Lutheran Church in DeKalb. Eagle Scout is Scouting’s highest honor, McNett’s introduction to Scouting began in first grade as a Tiger Cub with Cub Scout Pack 123 in Malta. He earned the highest Cub Scout award, the Arrow of Light. He graduated to Boy Scouting in fifth grade with Troop 33 in DeKalb. Years of adventure in challenging activities marked his journey toward Eagle. Winters included cabin campouts and the Klondike Derby, an annual event where Scouts compete in a variety of skill events. A challenging trip at Snow Base, located near Rice Lake, Wisconsin, included winter survival training, snow hiking, cross country skiing, and building winter shelters, highlighted by sleeping in a snow shelter at a temperature of minus 5 degrees. Ice fishing in Wisconsin included 4,000-acre Lac Vieux Desert where he enjoyed catching northern pike for the troop’s giant fish fry at night. Snowmobiles took him as far north as Lake Superior in Michigan’s upper peninsula. Trips included 100-plus mile and 200-plus mile snowmobile adventures through the north woods of Wisconsin and Michigan. Lake of the Clouds in the Porcupine Mountains and Bond Falls were some of the locations visited. Camp Lowden near Oregon, Illinois, was a weeklong summer camp filled with fun and opportunity. He visited national parks such as: Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. Backpacking at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado was among his adventures. Greater paddling was found on a 50-mile canoe trip at Boundary Waters Canoe Area, with camping and canoeing in the deep wilderness along the U.S.-Canadian border. Mother nature provided unforgettable beauty, abundant wildlife, a rock cliff to jump off, and the challenge of a thunderstorm or two. Another trip involved canoeing 61 miles across the Aftachalaya Swamp in Louisiana. Deep in Cajun country, camping involved jungle hammocks, houseboat overnight, plenty of time

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for swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, a blow gun tournament, an air boat ride, swamp fishing, giant Cypress trees, and snakes and alligators to keep things interesting. An important part of Scouting includes community service. McNett worked in numerous local service projects in the DeKalb area each year. He worked disaster relief after Hurricane Sandy; including projects at a retirement center, community park, the property of an elderly couple and supply delivery to three communities in New Jersey. Time was found to visit New York City with the 9/11 Memorial and Times Square among sites visited. Earning the Eagle Scout award includes planning, developing and giving leadership to an Eagle Service Project. McNett’s project involved constructing a storage building for Immanuel Lutheran Church in DeKalb. It began with Scouts hand-digging an excavation for its foundation, then stage by stage, a one-story building 16 feet wide by 20 feet deep, equivalent in size to a two-car garage, his project rose behind the church. McNett holds membership in the Order of the Arrow, Scouting’s national honor society. His leadership in Troop 33 included serving as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader and assistant senior patrol leader. McNett is a junior at DeKalb High School.

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Genoa-Kingston’s Jesi Nay grabs an offensive rebound during the first quarter of Thursday’s regional final in Sterling. The Cogs lost, 54-40.

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Genoa-Kingston’s Julie Galauner gets past Rock Falls’ Olivia Babcock during the second quarter Thursday in Sterling.

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Cogs fall short in regional final By ERIC INGLES

eingles@saukvalley.com STERLING – Julie Galauner’s 3-point shooting kept Genoa-Kingston in the game for a while, but eventually the Rock Falls defense was able to close out on her, ending the Cogs’ season with a 54-40 loss Thursday in the final of the 3A Sterling Regional. Galanuner hit four 3-pointers in the first half to go into the break with 14 points, but the No. 3 Rockets held her to two points in the second half, both on free throws. The No. 2 Cogs had trouble getting things going on offense in the second half. They also committed 14 turnovers in the first half and 12 in the second. “We just didn’t take care of the ball and never really got into a rhythm offensively,” G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. “That was the difference tonight.” Five of those G-K turnovers in the game were steals by Rock Falls’ senior point guard Olivia Babcock. In one stretch midway through the fourth quarter, Babcock came away with a steal and a layup, then drew a charge

Scoreboard Monday’s quarterfinal (10) Sterling 59, (9) Freeport 52 Tuesday’s semifinals (2) Genoa-Kingston 57, (10) Sterling 44 (3) Rock Falls 54, (5) Dixon 36 Thursday’s championship (3) Rock Falls 54, (2) Genoa-Kingston 40 on Galauner on the ensuing inbounds pass. “Liv’s always our energy,” Rock Falls junior shooting guard Abbee Sigel said. “Liv got up on them, pressured them, and we got our steals.” After Babcock made a steal and fed Taylor Hoefler for a layup early in the third to put the Rockets ahead, 32-23, G-K came back with a 3-pointer from Gabby Janes and a steal from Hannah Schwichtenberg leading to a Janes layup. Moments later, Jesi Nay hit a 3-pointer to bring the Cogs within three at 34-31. That was as close as G-K would get, as its shooting went cold, Babcock grabbed another steal, and

the Rockets went on a 7-0 run. The Cogs got as close as 7 points in the final quarter, but Babcock scored on a putback after a Molly Buck steal, and Babcock and Sigel combined to go 7 of 8 from the free-throw line down the stretch. The Cogs were put together a pair of first-half run, the first sparked by a pair of Galauner 3-pointers “She’s played the game a long time,” Henkel said. “We put the ball in her hands and space the floor and she kind of does her thing.” The second quarter ended with another Cogs’ run, getting back-to-back 3-pointers from Galauner and Taylor Gilbert, followed by a Galauner baseline runner, a pair of free throws by Schwichtenberg, and a basket from Gilbert in the paint. What had been a 23-11 Rock Falls lead early in the second quarter was reduced to a 26-23 lead after two quarters. Sigel finished with 19 points to lead Rock Falls. The junior shooting guard Genoa-Kingston’s Taylor Gilbert shoots in hit five 3-pointers in the game, four of the final seconds of the second quarter them in the first half. Babcock added Thursday in Sterling. 17 points.


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DeKalb wrestlers combined to go 7-4 on the opening day. For DeKalb in the Class 3A tourney, Fabian LoAustin Kedzie gave up a couple of pez recorded one of two pins by an takedowns and was losing by three in area wrestler, winning against Lake the first period. Park’s Matt Laygo to advance to the But the Kaneland 120-pounder quarterfinals. battled back, winning his opener in Kaneland’s Hayden Patterson also the Class 2A State Wrestling Tour- picked up a pin, against Lemont’s nament, 12-4, as he seeks his second Damyen Gothard at the 4:46 mark at straight berth in the championship 170 in the 2A tourney. match. Kaneland was 4-1 on the day, led In all, Sycamore, Kaneland and by Patterson’s pin. Nathan Orosco sports@daily-chronicle.com

rolled to a 14-1 win at 106 against Mattoon’s Hayden Stanley and Riley Vanik won 13-5 against Liam O’Donnell of Crystal Lake Central at 182. Colin Gussman lost, 6-3, to Urbana’s Luke Luffman at 220. Sycamore went 2-2, with Trevor Boryla winning, 11-7, at 106 pounds against East St. Louis’ Anthony King and Artimus Cunningham picking up a 15-8 win at 170 against Brother Rice’s Jake Hutchinson. Joey Beaudoin fell just short of upsetting Mat-

toon’s Garrette Branson (33-0), 7-6, at 220. Justin Montani was pinned by Grayslake North’s Joe Arroyo in 2:51 at 113. DeKalb was 1-1, with Blah Danweih losing, 5-3, to Josh Torres of Oswego at 170. The tournament picks up Friday with the quarterfinals and the first round of wrestlebacks, which are slated to start at 11 a.m. for Class 2A and 1:30 p.m. for Class 3A. The semifinals start at 7 p.m. for all three classes.

Leman, Hickey, DeKalb-Sycamore have high hopes for state By EDDIE CARIFIO

ecarifio@shawmedia.com There’s not going to be a lot scoreboard watching for the DeKalb-Sycamore girls gymnastics team Friday at the state championship in Palatine. If the Barbs want to keep an eye on Prairie Ridge, they’ll just have to look in front of them. The Barbs go in with the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds and defending state champion Prairie Ridge will be along side them in the same rotation. The two presumptive favorites drew the same rotation and will start on the beam Friday, with an all-around champion being decided. Also, a clear picture of who’s going to win the team title usually emerges on the first day as well before the tournament concludes Saturday. “They had the second highest score (at a sectional) so it’s nice to see them in the same rotation,” DeKalb coach Andy Morreale said. “The girls all know each other and it should be fun. Hopefully the teams will push each other.” DeKalb won the Glenbard North Sectional last week with a 148.575, with Aleah Leman tying defending state champ Maddie Diab of Glenbard West for the all-around title with a 38.675. At the Fremd regional, Crystal Lake finished with a 147.85, with Nikki Baars sweeping all four events to win the all-around with a 38.4. Morreale said he thinks the allaround title is a three-gymnast battle between Leman, Baars and Diab – although he believes DeKalb-Sycamore

sophomore Maddie Hickey has a shot as well. She claimed the all-around title at the conference tournament and the regional, and was fifth at state last year. “She’s kind of a tiger – she always wants to win,” Morreale said. “You can see it in her personality. I think she’ll be top five for sure but I think she can make a run for that top spot also.” Hickey’s all-around wins were the first of her career, and the first time she finished ahead of Leman. At the conference meet, Leman slipped on the beam, then missed a landing on her floor routine – she’s the defending state champion in that event – at the regional. Morreale said Leman’s co-win at the sectional, against the defending state champ no less, came at the perfect time for the senior. “I think her having a good meet settled her down a bit,” Morreale said of Hickey, who was third on the bars and fifth on the floor last year. “She’s been pressing a little bit, putting too much pressure on herself being a senior.” Leman had a slip-up on the bars last year that kept her from a possible allaround title, finishing third. She was third on the vault and second on the beam “I want to go out there for my team,” Leman said. “I want to go out there and hit everything I can for my team. If it ends up being we’re tied again, that awesome. If it ends up she beats me, that’s Sam Buckner for Shaw Media awesome too cause she really deserves it. I just want to go out there and do my Aleah Leman flips during her balance beam routine Feb. 8 at the Glenbard North sectional. best for my team.”

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Knowles named NIU linebackers coach

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mette was suspended for 10 games without pay Thursday for slashing a linesman Illinois native Jeff Knowles, who spent in apparent anger after a faceoff. the past three years on the football staff at Vermette slapped his stick against the North Carolina State, has joined the North- back of linesman Shandor Alphonso’s legs ern Illinois staff as linebackers coach. after losing a faceoff to Minnesota captain “I’m excited about the opportunity to Mikko Koivu during the third period of the come and work with [coach Rod] Carey Ducks’ 1-0 win Tuesday. and the culture that’s been built at NIU Two days later, the NHL issued the autoover the years,” said Knowles, a Manhatmatic 10-game suspension under league tan native and St. Francis of Joliet gradurules for applying physical force to an ate. “I’m looking forward to getting back official without intent to injure. Vermette, to recruiting this area and renewing the who will lose $97,222.22 in salary, had relationships I’ve been able to form with never previously been fined or suspended the high school coaches over the years. during his 13 NHL seasons. It’s good to be back home.” Vermette is expected to appeal the In the past three seasons working on suspension to NHL Commissioner Gary former NIU head coach Dave Doeren’s Bettman. He could take a further appeal to staff at N.C. State, Knowles was in charge an independent arbitrator. of defensive quality control. Before his time in Raleigh, Knowles Crosby joins 1,000-point club spent six seasons on the coaching staff PITTSBURGH – Sidney Crosby is the newat his alma mater, St. Francis in Joliet, est member of the NHL’s 1,000-point club. from 2008-13. He coached the defensive The Pittsburgh Penguins star became line (2008-09) and linebackers (2010-13), the 86th player in league history to reach served as recruiting coordinator in his final three seasons there and as defensive 1,000 career points when he assisted on Chris Kunitz’s goal 6:28 into the first pericoordinator in 2012 and 2013. od Thursday night against Winnipeg. NIU is tentatively set to start spring Crosby’s helper gave him 632 assists practices March 21, with the Huskie Bowl to go with 368 goals. Crosby reached the slated for April 22. milestone in 757 games, making him the 12th fastest to the mark. Vermette suspended 10 games Anaheim Ducks forward Antoine Ver– Staff, wire reports

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Central Division GP W L OT Pts Minnesota 57 38 13 6 82 Blackhawks 57 35 17 5 75 St. Louis 58 31 22 5 67 Nashville 56 27 21 8 62 Winnipeg 60 26 29 5 57 Dallas 59 22 27 10 54 Colorado 55 15 38 2 32 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts San Jose 58 34 18 6 74 Edmonton 58 31 19 8 70 Anaheim 58 30 18 10 70 Calgary 58 29 26 3 61 Los Angeles 55 28 23 4 60 Vancouver 58 25 27 6 56 Arizona 55 19 29 7 45

GF 190 166 167 158 174 161 109

GA 131 147 168 151 191 190 186

GF 161 168 152 152 138 138 131

GA 141 151 147 165 136 168 174

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Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 58 31 19 8 70 165 150 Ottawa 55 30 19 6 66 148 146 Boston 58 29 23 6 64 157 155 Toronto 56 26 19 11 63 174 167 Florida 55 25 20 10 60 140 158 Buffalo 58 25 23 10 60 143 161 Tampa Bay 56 25 24 7 57 154 160 Detroit 57 22 25 10 54 141 171 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Washington 56 39 11 6 84 192 121 Pittsburgh 56 36 13 7 79 201 158 Columbus 56 36 15 5 77 182 138 N.Y. Rangers 57 37 19 1 75 194 151 N.Y. Islanders 56 26 20 10 62 166 167 Philadelphia 58 27 24 7 61 151 177 New Jersey 57 24 23 10 58 131 162 Carolina 53 24 22 7 55 140 156 Note: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Thursday’s Results Ottawa 3, New Jersey 0 N.Y. Islanders 4, N.Y. Rangers 2 Pittsburgh 4, Winnipeg 3, OT Buffalo 2, Colorado 0 St. Louis 4, Vancouver 3 Minnesota 3, Dallas 1 Edmonton 6, Philadelphia 3 Arizona at Los Angeles (n) Friday’s Games Pittsburgh at Columbus, 6 p.m. Colorado at Carolina, 6:30 p.m. Florida at Anaheim, 9 p.m. Saturday’s Games Edmonton at Blackhawks, 6 p.m. St. Louis at Buffalo, noon Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m. Winnipeg at Montreal, 1 p.m. Ottawa at Toronto, 6 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Nashville at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay at Dallas, 7 p.m. San Jose at Arizona, 7 p.m. Calgary at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Florida at Los Angeles, 9 p.m.

Central Division W L Pct Cleveland 39 16 .709 Indiana 29 28 .509 Bulls 28 29 .491 Detroit 27 30 .474 Milwaukee 25 30 .455 Atlantic Division W L Pct Boston 37 20 .649 Toronto 33 24 .579 New York 23 34 .404 Philadelphia 21 35 .375 Brooklyn 9 47 .161 Southeast Division W L Pct Washington 34 21 .618 Atlanta 32 24 .571 Miami 25 32 .439 Charlotte 24 32 .429 Orlando 21 37 .362

GB — 11 12 13 14 GB — 4 14 15½ 27½ GB — 2½ 10 10½ 14½

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Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 43 13 .768 Houston 40 18 .690 Memphis 34 24 .586 New Orleans 23 34 .404 Dallas 22 34 .393 Northwest Division W L Pct Utah 35 22 .614 Oklahoma City 32 25 .561 Denver 25 31 .446 Portland 23 33 .411 Minnesota 22 35 .386 Pacific Division W L Pct Golden State 46 9 .836 L.A. Clippers 34 21 .618 Sacramento 24 32 .429 L.A. Lakers 19 39 .328 Phoenix 18 39 .316

GB — 4 10 20½ 21 GB — 3 9½ 11½ 13 GB — 12 22½ 28½ 29

Thursday’s Results Bulls 104, Boston 103 Washington 111, Indiana 98 Sunday’s Game Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference at New Orleans, 8:30 p.m.

CALENDAR

Friday-Sunday: All-Star weekend, New Orleans. Feb. 23: Trade deadline. March 1: Playoff eligibility waiver deadline. April 12-15: Portsmouth (Va.) Invitational Tournament. April 12: Regular season ends. April 14: Rosters set for playoffs. April 15: Playoffs begin. April 23: Early entry eligibility deadline. May 1: Conference semifinals begin. May 9-14: Draft combine, Chicago. May 16: Draft lottery.

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Conference W L PCT Akron 12 1 .923 Ohio 8 5 .615 Buffalo 8 5 .615 Ball St. 7 6 .538 C. Michigan 6 7 .462 N. Illinois 6 7 .462 Kent St. 6 7 .462 Toledo 6 7 .462 W. Michigan 6 7 .462 E. Michigan 5 8 .385 Bowling Green 5 8 .385 Miami (Ohio) 3 10 .231

Overall W L PCT 22 4 .846 16 8 .667 14 12 .538 16 10 .615 16 10 .615 14 12 .538 14 12 .538 13 13 .500 10 15 .400 13 13 .500 11 15 .423 10 16 .385

Friday’s Game Kent St. at Akron, 7 p.m. Saturday’s Games Toledo at N. Illinois, 2:30 p.m. Bowling Green at Ohio, 1 p.m. Miami at Buffalo, 2:30 p.m. E. Michigan at W. Michigan, 3 p.m. Ball St. at C. Michigan, 3:30 p.m.

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Conference W L PCT Maryland 10 3 .769 Wisconsin 10 3 .769 Purdue 10 3 .769 Northwestern 8 5 .615 Michigan St. 8 5 .615 Minnesota 7 6 .538 Michigan 7 6 .538 Iowa 6 7 .462 Penn St. 6 8 .429 Nebraska 5 8 .385 Indiana 5 9 .357 Ohio St. 5 9 .357 Illinois 4 9 .308 Rutgers 2 12 .143

Overall W L PCT 22 4 .846 21 5 .808 21 5 .808 19 7 .731 16 10 .615 19 7 .731 17 9 .654 14 12 .538 14 13 .519 11 14 .440 15 12 .556 15 12 .556 14 12 .538 13 14 .481

Thursday’s Result Michigan 64, Wisconsin 58 Saturday’s Games Illinois at Iowa, 1 p.m.

Michigan St. at Purdue, 3 p.m. Rutgers at Northwestern, 5 p.m. Nebraska at Ohio St., 5 p.m. Sunday’s Games Maryland at Wisconsin, noon Michigan at Minnesota, 6 p.m.

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Thursday’s Results No. 1 Gonzaga 96, San Francisco 61 No. 5 Arizona 78, Washington St. 59 No. 7 Oregon 79, Utah 61 Michigan 64, No. 11 Wisconsin 58 No. 22 Saint Mary’s vs. Loyola Marymount (n) Friday’s Schedule No games scheduled Saturday’s Games No. 1 Gonzaga vs. Pacific, 3 p.m. No. 2 Villanova at Seton Hall, 11:30 a.m. No. 3 Kansas at No. 4 Baylor, noon No. 5 Arizona at Washington, 7 p.m. No. 6 UCLA vs. USC, 9 p.m. No. 7 Oregon vs. Colorado, 2 p.m. No. 8 Louisville vs. Virginia Tech, noon No. 9 West Virginia vs. Texas Tech, 1 p.m. No. 10 North Carolina vs. No. 14 Virginia, 7:15 p.m. No. 12 Duke vs. Wake Forest, noon No. 13 Kentucky at Georgia, 5 p.m. No. 15 Florida at Mississippi St., 1 p.m. No. 16 Purdue vs. Michigan St., 3 p.m. No. 17 Florida St. at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. No. 18 Cincinnati vs. Tulsa, 11 a.m. No. 19 SMU at Houston, 5 p.m. No. 21 South Carolina at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. No. 22 Saint Mary’s at BYU, 9 p.m. No. 25 Notre Dame at N.C. State, 11 a.m. Sunday’s Games No. 11 Wisconsin vs. No. 23 Maryland, noon No. 20 Creighton vs. Georgetown, 2:30 p.m. No. 24 Butler vs. DePaul, 12:30 p.m.

MLB CALENDAR

Friday: Salary arbitration hearings, St. Petersburg, Fla. Friday: Voluntary reporting date for other players preparing for the World Baseball Classic and for non-WBC pitchers, catchers and injured players Feb. 22: Voluntary reporting date for non-WBC other players Feb. 28: Mandatory reporting date March 6-22: World Baseball Classic March 15: Last day to place a player on unconditional release waivers and pay 30 days termination pay instead of 45 days March 29: Last day to request unconditional release waivers on a player without having to pay his full 2017 salary April 2: Opening Day. Active rosters reduced to 25 players May 16-18: Owners’ meetings, New York June 12: Amateur draft starts July 11: All-Star Game, Miami July 7: Last day to sign for amateur draft picks subject to deadline July 30: Hall of Fame inductions, Cooperstown, N.Y. July 31: Last day to trade a player without securing waivers Sept. 1: Active rosters expand to 40 players

PGA TOUR GENESIS OPEN

Thursday At Riviera Country Club Los Angeles Purse: $7 million Yardage: 7,322; Par: 71 (35-36) Partial First Round Sam Saunders 32-32—64 -7 Dustin Johnson 34-32—66 -5 J.T. Poston 32-34—66 -5 Daniel Summerhays 32-34—66 -5 Brett Stegmaier 30-36—66 -5 Cameron Percy 31-35—66 -5 Marc Leishman 35-32—67 -4 Padraig Harrington 34-33—67 -4 Billy Hurley III 32-35—67 -4 Phil Mickelson 35-32—67 -4 Pat Perez 34-33—67 -4 Branden Grace 31-36—67 -4 Kevin Na 30-37—67 -4 Byeong Hun An 32-35—67 -4


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By BRUCE MILES

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MESA, Ariz. – Anthony Rizzo is a ground-floor guy with the Cubs’ rebuilding program, so he knows of humble beginnings. Now Rizzo, the Cubs and their fans have a suite in the penthouse after the rebuilding project culminated with a World Series championship. The Cubs have been one of the most beloved franchises in pro sports, much of it stemming from their past reputation as “lovable losers” and a patient and loyal fan base. Now that they’ve won, will success spoil the Cubs? Will they come to be seen as “arrogant,” much as the Boston Red Sox – who broke and 86-year championship drought in 2004 – did after winning three recent titles? “I had an older man in the gym tell me – he was a big Red Sox and Patriots fan – he goes, ‘Yeah, congrats, you guys won one, but you haven’t done anything until the whole country hates you,’ ” Rizzo said Thursday before working out. “In a way, it’s true because growing up a die-hard Dolphin fan, I hated (Patriots quarterback) Tom Brady because he was the best. Now, I’m almost a Patriots fan because he’s so good. • Follow Bruce’s Cubs and baseball “This team has a lot of good person- reports on Twitter @BruceMiles2112.

WHITE SOX SPRING TRAINING

Shields focused on present By DARYL VAN SCHOUWEN dvanschouwen@suntimes.com

GLENDALE, Ariz. – James Shields said he has nothing to prove. His skins are on the wall. But the 35-year-old right-hander, who owns a 133-116 record with a 3.91 ERA and nine consecutive seasons with more than 200 innings over an 11-year career with the Rays, Royals, Padres and White Sox, had a disaster of a season in 2016, and he knows it. So he is bent on performing more like the workhorse right-hander the Sox thought they were getting in a mid-season trade with the Padres than what he showed on the South Side last season. “It’s not the first time I’ve had a rough season,” Shields said. “I’ve been in the game a long time. “I have nothing to prove, man. Nothing to prove. My career speaks for itself. I definitely want to prove to White Sox fans who I am. I want to go out and com-

pete this year and do well.” Shields was 4-12 with a 6.77 ERA for the Sox, 6-19 with a 5.85 ERA overall. He was asked Thursday if he was “shocked” at some of the beatings he took last season. Shields kind of laughed at the question. “Yeah, I mean, you know I wish it could have been better,” he said. “I’m a competitor. I don’t like to lose or get hit around like that. Shocking factor? Not really, sometimes those things happen. Unfortunately, it happened too often. But I have a lot of confidence in my ability and what I did this offseason.” Shields will earn $21 million this season in the deal he signed with the Padres in 2015. The Sox will owe him $10 million of that. “I’m trying to put that in the back of my mind and moving forward,” he said. “I had a really bad season in 2010 (5.18 ERA) and a really good season in 2011 (2.82, finishing third in AL Cy Young voting), so we’ll see what happens.”

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alities where it’s going to be tough (to hate the Cubs), but that’s the way it goes. If we just respect the game, it’ll make it hard for people to not like us. But it is what it is.ˆ” Of course, after a century of being the butt of jokes for having not won a World Series since 1908 until last year, the Cubs and their fans might enjoy being a little arrogant. It was 10 years ago when then-new manager Lou Piniella talked of developing a “Cubbie swagger.” Piniella’s teams won division titles in 2007 and 2008, but instead of swagger they staggered in the playoffs, getting swept in back-to-back division series. The Cubs got it done last season under manager Joe Maddon, who said he doesn’t mind a little swagger. “Of course,” Maddon said. “It’s all about that. Just go back in history. I’ve often talked about the Dodgers when I came up in the minor leagues. Their uniforms were whiter than everybody else’s. They thought they were better than everybody else, and then they went out and won all the time. And I kind of liked it. I hated it, but I liked it at the same time. The Yankees have developed that kind of a culture.”

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Butler fouled at buzzer, sinks winning free throws By JEFF ARNOLD For the Sun-Times

Just when it appeared the Bulls’ enigmatic personality had again reared its head, Jimmy Butler came to the rescue. Again. Just as they appeared to be limping – both physically and psychologically – into the All-Star break, the Bulls’ constant came through in the clutch. Again. Butler hit two free throws with 0.9 seconds remaining after his game-winning shot attempt initially fell short as the Bulls handed the Celtics just their second loss in 13 games in a 104-103 thriller Thursday night at the United Center. Butler was awarded the two free throws after game officials reviewed video and determined that Boston’s Marcus Smart had grazed Butler’s elbow on the shot. Just as the Celtics began to celebrate yet another win, the video review changed everything. Butler, who paced the Bulls with 29 points in just his second game back from a heel injury, stepped to the free-throw line and calmly dropped both shots to

“Every time we play against the top-tier teams – teams that are competing for something – we do well against them; we get up for the challenge.” Taj Gibson Bulls forward

give the Bulls their second straight win over one of the Eastern Conference’s elite teams. The Bulls, who moved to within a game of .500 with the win, were finally able to exhale when Al Horford’s jumper from the corner missed its mark as time expired. “It’s big,” said Bulls reserve Bobby Portis, who scored 19 points. “Hopefully, these wins keep propelling us in the second half (of the season).” For all of its drama, however, Thursday’s victory was a portrait of the enigmatic persona the Bulls have played with in a season-long Jekyll and Hyde act. The Bulls struggled early and found a way to rebound. A 10-point, first-half

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deficit became a seven-point, third-quarter advantage. And despite allowing the Celtics to draw even and then take the lead in the fourth quarter, the Bulls continued to persistently fight for everything they had when it mattered most. The Bulls chased down missed shots and created second chances. A defense that allowed the Celtics to fire at will in the first quarter locked down and remained within striking distance. After Doug McDermott drew the Bulls to within 103-102, Butler blocked an Isaiah Thomas reverse layup that allowed the Bulls to play for the final shot. Butler watched as the final seconds ticked down before he made his move on Smart, drawing the foul and knocking down the game-winning free throws.

It proved to be the kind of result a Bulls team hit hard by injuries needed at a pivotal time. “It’s just a great win – two good ones heading into the break,” coach Fred Hoiberg said. “We just have to make sure we come back strong. We go into the break strong and come out of it.” The weeklong sabbatical comes at a perfect time and provides the Bulls an opportunity to recover both physically as well as mentally. The break allows guard Dwyane Wade to return from both a wrist injury and the flu, which kept him from playing in Thursday night’s victory. But the break also gives a Bulls team that survived the ups and downs of an inconsistent season a chance to catch its breath and prepare for the regular season’s final 25 games. Veteran forward Taj Gibson is convinced they’re ready for it. Thursday’s win only backed up his confidence. “Every time we play against the top-tier teams – teams that are competing for something – we do well against them; we get up for the challenge,” Gibson said. “We’ve been inconsistent against some of the lower-tier teams, but I’m still optimistic, I’m still positive.”

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Little evidence supports CoQ10 Dear Doctor: Many doctors in my area recommend CoQ10 in conjunction with statin drugs to reduce or eliminate muscle pain. It has worked for my wife, and we have heard lots of anecdotal evidence from friends who use it. What’s the evidence behind the use of CoQ10 with statins? Dear Reader: First, let’s take a look at statins. These drugs have been repeatedly shown to lower cholesterol levels – leading to decreased rates of atherosclerosis, heart attacks and strokes – but they can have side effects. The most common side effect I’ve seen among my patients is muscle pain, which is the reason most people stop these very beneficial drugs. Now let’s look at CoQ10. This coenzyme is needed for energy production within muscle cells. Some studies have shown that statins decrease the concentration of CoQ10 in both muscle tissue and in the bloodstream. The hypothesis is that, if you decrease the CoQ10 levels, you reduce the production of energy in muscle cells and they won’t function as well, leading to muscle aches, weakness or inflammation. In extremely severe cases – I’ve seen this in very few of my patients – statins can lead to the death of muscle cells, and a decrease in muscular CoQ10 may be one of the reasons. Massive cell death also can lead to acute kidney failure, but fortunately, in most cases, after stopping the statin and getting intravenous fluids, the patient’s symptoms will quickly improve. As for whether taking CoQ10 can prevent the side effects of statins, the studies of CoQ10 supplementation with statins are small and not conclusive. A 2007 study in the American Journal of Cardiology showed a 40 percent decrease in pain among statin users who took 100

ASK THE DOCTORS Robert Ashley milligrams of CoQ10 daily versus those who took 400 international units (IU) of vitamin E daily. However, there were only 18 people in the group that took CoQ10, so it’s difficult to make an overarching conclusion about CoQ10’s benefits. Other small studies have not shown any benefit from supplementation. A combined analysis of six studies published in 2015 in Mayo Clinical Proceedings found a slight decrease in pain among statin users who took CoQ10, but the decrease was not clinically significant. The authors concluded that a larger study was needed. Based on these studies, and the lack of a large study to evaluate CoQ10, it would be difficult to recommend CoQ10 to prevent muscle pain. However, judging by some of my patients’ experiences and by your wife, some statin users have found significant pain relief with CoQ10. My general thought on the matter is, if you have muscle symptoms with a statin, you should probably change the type of statin you’re getting. Some types, such as rosuvastatin and pravastatin, don’t concentrate in the muscles as much as others, causing fewer muscle problems. Switching to them may have benefit. Taking 100 milligrams of CoQ10 may also have benefit, but again, a large trial will be necessary to further evaluate this.

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Dear Abby: DEAR ABBY I have been a vegetarian for 12 Jeanne years. My husPhillips band has been one on and off for five years. I thought our children, 7 and 3, had never had meat in their lives. I recently found out my father-in-law has been feeding them chicken nuggets from fast food. I am very upset about it. It has been six months and I haven’t talked to him since and no longer let my kids go over there without my husband. He texted me an apology that seemed very sarcastic and made me even angrier. Everyone says I need to get over it, but no one has confronted him about it. This has put a strain on my relationship with my husband. Can you please advise me on what to do next? – Furious in the South Dear Furious: Text messages are, by definition, terse. Accept the apology you were given and move forward. That said, however, continue to insist your children be under their father’s supervision when they visit their grandfather because his judgment is questionable, and he already has shown when they are with him, your wishes will not be enforced. Dear Abby: I have had a few negative encounters with dog owners who invited me to their home and became upset because I pushed their pet away when it tried to jump/lick/nudge me (although I do it gently). While I understand I am entering the dog’s territory, I think it’s inconsiderate when pet owners not only refuse to restrain their pets, but also imply I’m somehow a lesser human being because I don’t want my personal space infringed upon by an aggressive animal. I would never allow my children to behave similarly around guests. If I knew people were uncomfortable with my children climbing on them, as a polite host, I would ask my children to leave that person alone. To me it seems this is a mutual respect issue. Am I wrong? – Dog

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Applicants must have an active Illinois Registered Nurse license with strong customer service and leadership abilities. Previous long-term care experience required. D.O.N. or A.D.O.N. experience is preferred. Some of the benefits include an excellent salary, Health Insurance (with employer contribution), Paid Hours Off (including nine holidays), and excellent County retirement (IMRF). Apply at:

DeKalb County Rehab & Nursing Center Attn: Bart Becker, Administrator 2600 N. Annie Glidden Road DeKalb, IL 60115 Email: bbecker@dekalbcounty.org Fax: 815-217-0451

Parking allowed on East Side of road (yellow curb)

NIU Downsizing Sale

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BRIDGE by Phillip Alder

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Genoa Estate/Moving Sale FRI & SAT, FEB 17 & 18 9-7PM SUN, FEB 19 10-3PM

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Everything Must Go!

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Verhaeghe Seasoned Firewood Mixed $100.00 / Oak $150.00

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Henry Cotton, who won the British Open three times, said, “Golfers have analyzed the game in order to find ‘the secret.’ There is no secret.” In contrast, bridge players rely on their analysis of a deal to give them “the secret” for the right bid or play. At the 2016 Yeh Online World Bridge Cup, this deal featured the best bid, in my analysis. Look at the North hand. In second seat, partner opens one club, and righty overcalls four spades. What would you do? Once you have decided, read on. Whether you pass or make a value-showing double, partner rebids five clubs. What would you do then? The deal occurred in the match between Lavazza (who played in Turin, Italy) and Bridge Base Online (who competed in Seattle). When BBO was North-South, North doubled four spades. Then, when South removed to five clubs, North passed. Sitting North-South for Lavazza were Sylvie Willard from France and Giorgio Duboin from Italy. Willard passed over four spades. But when partner rebid five clubs, Willard anticipated South’s having a spade void and long, strong clubs. If so, they rated to have only one heart loser. Backing her analysis of the deal, Willard raised to six clubs -- a hole in one! West led the spade ace. Duboin ruffed and gave up a heart. East won and shifted to a trump, but declarer won with his seven and crossruffed hearts and clubs to take two diamonds, seven clubs and three heart ruffs on the board. Minus 420 and plus 920 gave Lavazza 11 international match points en route to the title.

Sycamore Estate Sale

847-334-5740 or 847-732-4014

Nice Clean Sale, Volcano and Medalist Slot Machines, 2 Curved Glass China Cabinets, Trunk, Oriental Rug, Nice Side Board, Table and Chairs, Henry Link Wicker Furniture, Crocks, Oil Lamps, Round Oak Table, HO Trains and Access, Pocket Watches, Camode Oak Dresser, Inlay Lamp Tables, Nice Sofa and Recliners, 2 Set of Bunk Beds, Die Cast Cars. & Much More!

See pics @ estatesales.net Conducted by Triple S 630-707-7189 MOVING SALE 2/18, 2/19 & 2/20 9am -4pm

160 TYGERT LN (RIVERMIST) Furniture & much more!

Sycamore Moving Sale Fri & Sat, Feb 17 & 18 8-4 620 Loomis Street

Furniture & Many Misc Items! Advertise here for a successful garage sale!

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KENMORE ELECTRIC DRYER. Works good! $20. CALL: 815-217-5722

A-1 AUTO

WANTED!

NOW RENTING!

I Buy Old Envelopes & Stamps

815-758-4004 KING SIZE WATERBED FRAME W/HEADBOARD & MIRROR 6 DRAWERS & BOOKSHELF. $20. CALL: 815-217-5722

Hay - Alfalfa Mixed Grasses 50 Large Bales, $5/ea.

1st and 2nd cutting, dry, no rain, stored inside. 630-313-0251

PUZZLES. FROM 0-100. All Different Sizes. Take all for $75. CALL: 815-217-5722

CAR, TRUCK, SUV

Quiet residential locations throughout DeKalb, Sycamore, Rochelle & Genoa Studio, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts

WILL BEAT ANY QUOTE GIVEN!!

Call for Locations and Personal Showings 815-758-6580

MOST CASH

$400 - $2000

“don't wait....call 2day”!!

815-575-5153 ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★ ★★

I BUY CARS, TRUCKS, VANS & SUVs 1990 & Newer

Will beat anyone's price by $300. Will pay extra for Honda, Toyota & Nissan.

815-814-1964

or

847-997-6106

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Restored or Unrestored Cars & Vintage Motorcycles Domestic / Import Cars: Mercedes, Porsche, Corvette, Ferrari's, Jaguars, Muscle Cars, Mustang & Mopars, $$ Top $$ all makes, Etc. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Cortland 1200 + Sq Ft 2BR, Appl + W/D, $925 W/gar + sec + util, avail 2/15. 815-762-0781

DeKalb - Clean, Quiet 1BR & 2BR, 1 Bath

Appliances incl, available now. 815-758-6580 DeKalb - Quiet 2BR, 1BA, Near Downtown Parking, laundry, no pets/smoking. Agent Owned. 630-816-4293 or 815-758-6712

DEKALB QUIET STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOM

Lease, dep, ref, no pets. 815-739-5589-815-758-6439

Near Paw-Paw Newer 2BR in Country $700/mo or rent to own. 630-334-4856

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QUIET, REFINED ADULT BUILDING

Stone Prairie

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Apartments Washer & dryer, central air, fireplace, exercise center. Cat friendly. Private fishing, $790/mo.

815-758-1100 or 815-895-8600 SYCAMORE - Quiet 1BR, 1BA available at 2213 Fairland Dr. $550/month. Tenant pays electric, heat, tv/internet. Must pass credit check. Details at DwellDeKalb.com or call 815-751-2546 LOCAL NEWS WHEREVER YOU GO! Up-to-date news, weather, scores & more can be sent directly to your phone! It's quick, easy & free to register at Daily-Chronicle.com JOBS ANNOUNCEMENTS STUFF VEHICLES REAL ESTATE SERVICES LEGALS Find it all right here in Daily Chronicle Classified

Sycamore East State St. Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom. Call for Details! 815-236-4051 or 815-923-2521

DeKalb - 2BR, 2BA Townhome, Knolls Sub.

With W/D, 2 car garage, $975/mo + security deposit. 815-758-5588 www.rentdekalb.com DeKalb ~ 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, washer/dryer hookup, garage, patio, yard, new carpeting. $950/mo. 815-494-0861

SYCAMORE, 4 BR, No Smoking/Pets, Hardwood Floors, Stainless Appliances, W/D, C/A, Garage. $1,200/mo. Call 815-901-6986

DeKalb - Charming 2-3BR, 4 Season Room

Laundry on 1st flr, deck, $1000/mo. 815-757-2901 Daily Chronicle Classified It works.

West Harbor Residences At Reva Bay Be In Your New Home by Spring! Units are completed and ready for you. Boating season is near! West Harbor Residences at Reva Bay is a brand new apartment community in beautiful Fox Lake, IL. 5 minutes from Metra station. Shopping and entertainment is just minutes away. Residence is 2 bedrooms with 2 baths in a spacious 1,250 square feet. Larger unit also has dining room and guest bath. All new stainless steel appliances with washer/dryer included. Balconies, patios, covered and open parking. Boat slips available right at your back door. Additional storage available. Monthly rent begins at $1,425.

With homey environment for mature living. Excellent location, 2BR with carport. No pets/smoking. Agent Owned 815-758-6712 www.HuskieWire.com All NIU Sports... All The Time

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West Harbor Residences at Reva Bay 8300 Reva Bay Lane Fox Lake, IL 60020 Phone: 630-835-4287 Email: westharborppm@gmail.com


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Kingston - Newly Renovated 2BR, 1BA

Appl, W/D hook-up, off St parking. 815-975-4601

CLASSIFIED 31

This Home Qualifies for Up To $12,900 in Down Payment Assistance

Sycamore - 167 Nichols Dr., 3BR, 1.5BA

Appl, W/D, 2 car, $1300/mo + dep. 815-793-3694

Cortland 2500 Sq Ft Office/Shop/Warehouse

$1200+ Location! Adolph Miller RE 815-756-7845

Publisher's Notice: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation of discrimination." Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275

Quality 3BR, 2BA Home w/ Full Basement, Great Window exposure, High End Quality Cabinetry through-out, Corian Counters, 1st floor laundry, 3 car garage & much more! Call today to set appointment.

CALL or TEXT NEDRA ERICSON, REALTOR or EMAIL myhomes2syc@aol.com

815-739-9997

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Prominent Property Located on Sycamore's Famous Pumpkin Parade Route

NEW CONSTRUCTION

Seller Offering $3000 Rebate South DeKalb Townhome

Half Acre of land in the heart of Sycamore with 4 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, Fireplace, Full Very Usable Basement.

CALL or TEXT NEDRA ERICSON, REALTOR or EMAIL myhomes2syc@aol.com

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2 Plus Bedrooms, 2.5 Bath, Full Basement, Super Sized Master Suite, Fully Applianced, over 1900 Sq Ft of Living Area. Your Back Patio Provides Terrific Views of Country.

CALL or Text: NEDRA ERICSON 815-739-9997 www.HuskieWire.com

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• Friday, February 17, 2017 • Daily Chronicle / Daily-Chronicle.com Having a Birthday, Anniversary, Graduation FMR AND COMPANY located at or Event Coming Up? IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION 113 Cottonwood Blvd, Kirkland, IL 60146. OF: Share It With Everyone by ROBERT LEWIS BROUER Placing a HAPPY AD! Dated February 15, 2017 (Published in the Daily Chronicle, February 17, 2017.)1266326 FOR CHANGE OF NAME /s/ Douglas J. Johnson, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that DeKalb County Clerk & Recorder on March 31, 2017, at 9:00 a.m., PUBLIC NOTICE at the DeKalb County Courthouse, (Published in the Daily Chronicle, 133 West State Street, Sycamore, February 17, 24 & March 3, Daily Chronicle Classified NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS Illinois, 60178 in the courtroom 2017.)1266576 877-264-2527 occupied by the presiding judge, Kishwaukee College is receiving JOBS Robert Lewis Brouer will file his/her proposals forVending Services. petition requesting that his/her ANNOUNCEMENTS The RFP forms may be found on STUFF name be changed from ROBERT the College website link: VEHICLES http://www.kishwaukeecollege.edu/ LEWIS BROUER to ROBERT LEWIS REAL ESTATE WARFIELD pursuant to the statute rfp. SERVICES in such case made and provided. LEGALS Closing date for bids is Friday, Any person interested in said reFind it all right here in March 3, 2017 at 2pm at which quest for change of name may apDaily Chronicle Classified time the sealed proposals will be pear at said time and place, if they so desire. opened in the Business Office Conference Room (C2141). Robert Lewis Brouer Specific questions should be (Published in the Daily Chronicle, directed to:Kathleen Jones February 17, 24 & March 3, Purchasing Coordinator 2017.)1266726 Kishwaukee College 21193 Malta Road Malta, IL 60150 Direct (815) 825-1709 llege 21193 Malta Road Malta, IL 60150 Direct (815) 825-1709

PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE TWENTY THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEKALB COUNTY, ILLINOIS JUVENILE DIVISION IN THE INTEREST OF HAYDEN SMITH No. 15 JA 11

A Minor

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION

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NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU, ANY AND ALL PUTATIVE FATHERS, NAMED AND UNNAMED, AND ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN FATHERS, NAMED OR UNNAMED, of Said Minor, respondents, and to all whom it may concern, that a Petition for TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND APPOINTMENT OF A GUARDIAN WITH POWER TO CONSENT TO ADOPTION was filed under the Juvenile Court Act by the DeKalb County State's Attorney in the Circuit Court of DeKalb County, on, FEBRUARY 14 2017; and in the courtroom usually occupied by Honorable Judge MATEKAITIS, a TERMINATION HEARING shall be held upon said Petition on, MARCH 13, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as this case ay be heard, to have the minor declared to be a ward of the Court, and for other relief under the Juvenile Court Act. The Court has authority in this case to take from you the custody and guardianship of the above named minor and to terminate parental rights, and if the petition requests termination of parental rights the parent may lose all parental rights to the child and the parent will not be entitled to further written notices of publication notices in this case except as required by Supreme Court Rule 11.

(Published in the Daily Chronicle, February 17, 2017.)1266329

PUBLIC NOTICE

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PUBLIC NOTICE ASSUMED NAME PUBLICATION NOTICE

Public Notice is hereby given that on February 15, 2017 a certificate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE was filed in the Office of the County TWENTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Clerk of DeKalb County, Illinois, DEKALB COUNTY, ILLINOIS setting forth the names and post office address of all the persons ownLEGAL NOTICE FOR A NAME ing, conducting, and transacting CHANGE (ADULT) the business known as:

JOBS ANNOUNCEMENTS STUFF VEHICLES REAL ESTATE SERVICES LEGALS

Daily Chronicle Classified and online at: Daily-Chronicle.com

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE The following are the times and locations of Early & Grace Voting Sites in DeKalb County for the Consolidated Election being held on Aptil 4, 2017.

NIU-Holmes Student Center Blackhawk Annex, DeKalb, IL 60115 *All Early & Grace Period Voting Sites are available to all DeKalb County Early & Grace Period Voting Voters* Sycamore Campus Serving ALL County Precincts Legislative Center's Gathertorium UNLESS YOU APPEAR at the (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm March 20th - March 24th 200 N. Main St., Sycamore, IL 60178 above named hearing and show (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm cause to the contrary, AN ORDER Early & Grace Period Voting March 25th, Saturday 9:00am-Noon OR JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT MAY March 26th, Sunday noon-4:00pm BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR Serving ALL County Precincts March 27th - March 31st (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE PETI- February 23rd & 24th 8:30am-4:30pm (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm TION. February 27th – March 7th (M-F Only) 8:30am-4:30pm April 1st, Saturday 9:00am-noon Grace Period Registration Begins (03/08) April 2nd, Sunday noon-4:00pm FEBRUARY 14, 2017 March 8th – March 17th (M-F Only) 8:30am-4:30pm April 3rd, Monday 8:30am-4:30pm /s/ Maureen A. Josh th th March 20 – March 24 (M-W-F) 8:30am-4.30pm CLERK OF THE COURT (T & Th) 8:30am-7:00pm 9:00am-noon (Published in the Daily Chronicle, March 25,th Saturday Kirkland City Hall Noon – 4:00pm February 17, 24 & March 3, March 26 , Sunday th st 511 W. Main Street, Kirkland, IL 60146 (M-W-F) 8:30am – 4:30pm March 27 -March 31 2017.)1266593 Early & Grace Period Voting (T & Th) 8:30am – 7:00pm 9:00am-noon April 1st, Saturday Serving ALL County Precincts April 2nd, Sunday noon-4:00pm March 20th - March 24th (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm April 3rd, Monday 8:30am-4:30pm (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm PUBLIC NOTICE March 25th, Saturday 9:00am-Noon March 26th, Sunday noon-4:00pm NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS DeKalb Township Building March 27th - March 31st (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm 2323 S. 4th Street, DeKalb, IL 60115 Kishwaukee College is receiving (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm Early & Grace Period Voting proposals for Food Services. April 1st, Saturday 9:00am-noon The QBS forms may be found on April 2nd, Sunday noon-4:00pm Serving ALL County Precincts the College website link: (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm http://www.kishwaukeecollege.edu/ March 20th – March 24th rfp. (T & Th) 8:30am – 7:00pm Sandwich Fire Station Closing date for bids is Friday, March 25th, Saturday 9:00am-Noon 310 E. Railroad Street, Sandwich, IL 60548 March 3, 2017 at 3pm at which March 26th, Sunday noon-4:00pm time the sealed proposals will be Early & Grace Period Voting March 27th – March 31st (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm opened in the Business Office (T & Th) 8:30am – 7:00pm Conference Room (C2141). Serving ALL County Precincts April 1st, Saturday 9:00am-noon March 20th - March 24th (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm April 2nd, Sunday noon-4:00pm A non-mandatory Pre-Proposal (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm 8:30am-4:30pm meeting will be held on Wednes- April 3rd, Monday March 25th, Saturday 9:00am-Noon day, February 22, 2017 at March 26th, Sunday noon-4:00pm 3:30pm in the Student Center March 27th - March 31st (M-W-F) 8:30am-4:30pm Room (C1134) (Published in the Daily Chronicle, February18, 25, March 3, 10, 17, 24 (T & Th) 8:30am - 7:00pm &31; The Midweek, February 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22 &29, 2017.) April 1st, Saturday 9:00am-noon Specific questions should be 1266091 April 2nd, Sunday noon-4:00pm directed to: Kathleen Jones Purchasing Coordinator Kishwaukee College

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