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On the record with ... teacher Betty Trummel

Monday, January 28, 2013

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Some area taxing agencies have a reasonable amount of reserve funds on hand for emergencies. The McHenry County Board has a rule to not allow an excessive amount in reserves.


Tony Huemann McHenry Township Fire Protection District Fire Chief For many years, the McHenry Township Fire Protection District has saved its money for some potential capital projects, including an expansion of its headquarters. There is a $17 million reserve, which includes $7.9 million set aside for future building projects. The annual operating budget for the district is $7.5 million. After the reserves had reached more than twice the operating budget, the fire protection district decided to lower its property-tax levy request for the second consecutive year. Money it will receive this year, and received last year, was reduced by $1 million a year. “We’ll reduce it because we’ve

done a good job saving money,” Fire Chief Tony Huemann said. Having money in reserve helps in emergencies or with cash-flow issues, as revenues may not come in at regular rates throughout the year. Reserves keep taxing bodies in a good financial position, and many save money for large capital purchases to avoid taking out loans. In taxing bodies, having reserves allows them to continue to provide services even when revenue drops.

“In an economic downturn, where we don’t have the revenue, we have to provide emergency services whether we have reserves or not,” Huemann said. The $7.9 million is for a planned expansion of Station 1 at 3610 W. Elm St. in McHenry, which is on hold because bids came in higher than expected, and for future land acquisition for a fifth station in the northeast portion of the district, to improve response times, Huemann said. “We don’t buy anything unless we could pay for it in cash,” Huemann said. “We don’t spend because we have it; it’s there for projects and there for planning,” Huemann added.

How much should they have? The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada recommends municipalities have some sort of policy requiring a certain level of unrestricted reserves. It also recommends a minimum two months’ worth of expenses be saved in general fund reserves.

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FOX LAKE – A month after the Fox Lake village president announced his goal of putting a hotel in the lakefront park, some developers are letting the village know they’re interested, the village president said. Village President Ed Bender’s vision, which he made the centerpiece of his re-election campaign, includes a hotel, restaurant and banquet hall at village-owned Lakefront Park, a location that causes concern for his challenger in the upcoming April election. The village has received official preliminary letters of intent from restaurant and hotel groups, Bender announced at the Fox Lake Village Board meeting Tuesday. The first step will be meetings between the developer and the village president and staff, according to the village’s development process. From there, the developer will submit a formal proposal with concept drawings. Bender proposed having himself, trustees Kevin Burt and Nancy Koske, Village Administrator Nancy Schuerr and Building Commissioner Frank Urbina involved in the talks. Once they have reviewed the proposal, it would go to the Plan Commission, possibly to the Zoning Board of Appeals if variances are requested and then finally to the Village Board.

“Once we give this [waterfront property] up, it’s gone forever. If this is the only way it can be done, OK, and you’d address some of the questions I had about the other available properties. I would like that to be the last resort. … I don’t like the loss of that lakefront property.” – Donny Schmit Trustee


Ill. 4th state to grant illegal immigrants access to licenses By MICHELLE JANAYE NEALY and REGINA GARCIA CANO The Associated Press

CHICAGO – As Illinois becomes the fourth and most populous state to give illegal immigrants permission to drive, nagging concerns remain about whether there are enough safeguards to avoid the identity fraud and other pitfalls other states faced. Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn

signed Illinois’ measure into law Sunday in Chicago. Backers, including Quinn, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and some of the state’s top Republicans, tout it as a public-safety measure. They argue that required facial recognition technology is reliable enough to prevent fraud. They hailed it as an important step for immigrant rights in Illinois, which approved its own Dream Act in 2010

to create a privately-funded scholarship program for immigrant students. President Barack Obama plans to discuss his plan to overhaul the immigration system during a trip to Las Vegas on Tuesday. “This was a bipartisan effort to pass an important law,” Quinn said. “When the president speaks on Tuesday, he can say about his home state of Illinois ... we not only passed the Dream Act last

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year, we passed driver’s licenses for those who are undocumented.” However, the law’s opponents have pointed to hundreds of fraudulent cases in New Mexico, Washington and Utah after those states began giving illegal immigrants permission to drive. Illinois will not require applicants to be fingerprinted, for fear that would discourage immigrants from applying.


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“How many people would apply for this document knowing that fingerprints will be going to [federal authorities]? Probably not all that many,” said Fred Tsao, policy director of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, a driving-force behind the measure. Proponents say it will allow an estimated 250,000 people unlawfully residing in the state to apply for a three-year

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WHITEHALL, Pa. – Police in one Pittsburgh suburb have come up with a new twist on an old adage: Where there’s smoke ... there’s marijuana. WPXI-TV reported Friday that Whitehall police cited a man for marijuana possession after they responded to a smoke alarm at his home about 6:30 p.m. Jan 15. When police arrived, they didn’t find a fire – but they did smell marijuana and questioned the man. Police said he admitted smoking pot, and police then found a small amount of the drug and some related paraphernalia. Police didn’t arrest the man. He’s being mailed a court summons to respond to charges of marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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“Bamboo Bicycles in Africa� will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Crystal Lake Public Library, 126 Paddock St. Bob Olsen of Wheel Werks Custom Bicycles will talk about his recent trip to Ghana, Africa, and the discovery of bamboo bicycle frames and the difference they make to African communities. Olsen also will show samples of the bamboo frames. For information, call 815-459-1687.

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YORK, Pa. – Mourners at a Pennsylvania fast-food fan’s funeral wanted him to have it his way, so they arranged for his hearse – and the rest of the procession – to make one last drive-thru visit before reaching the cemetery. David Kime Jr. “lived by his own rules,� daughter Linda Phiel said. He considered the lettuce on a burger his version of healthy eating, she said. To give him a whopper of a send-off Saturday, the funeral procession stopped at a Burger King where each mourner got a sandwich for the road. Kime got one last burger too, the York Daily Record reported. It was placed atop his flag-draped coffin at the cemetery. Phiel said the display wasn’t a joke, rather a happy way of honoring her father and the things that brought him joy. “He lived a wonderful life and on his own terms,� she said. Kime, 88, a World War II veteran, died Jan. 20.

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Betty Trummel

McMURDO STATION, Antarctica – Betty Trummel is spending her winter on the bottom of the world. The longtime Husmann fourth-grade teacher is using Skype and her blog to keep students and the science community engaged as she embarks on a research trip in Antarctica. The frozen continent has her spellbound – it’s her third time there. This trip she’s with WISSARD, a project involving many U.S. universities and scientists as well as a few others from around the world. WISSARD stands for Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling. Researchers are trying to be the first to cleanly access – with no contamination – a subglacial lake. It is a project for which Trummel says all eyes in science are on them. Through the drill, the team hopes to learn more about the ice streams that flow under the ice sheets. The Crystal Lake resident returns Feb. 16 and has been traveling since November. Trummel recently was interviewed via email by Northwest Herald reporter Chelsea McDougall. All of her emails were signed with “Cheers from the Ice.�

McDougall: What are conditions like down there? Trummel: Conditions can

McDougall: What’s your role on this expedition? Trummel: My main focus

is education and outreach – being the eyes and ears of the scientists to tell their story as the process of science unfolds. I write a blog each day, answer questions and comments, do Skype video chats with students and teachers, and communicate with people around the world about what is happening with WISSARD and other scientists and support personnel here in McMurdo Station. ... A secondary role is to be a research assistant, so I’m actually doing the science alongside the scientists on the project. I will help prep equipment, take samples, prepare chemicals used in analysis, and clean instruments. I’m a bit like the graduate students here for the project.

McDougall: What are you personally getting out of this experience? Trummel: What I get out of

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Betty Trummel, a teacher at District 47’s Husmann Elementary School, is on a sabbatical in Antarctica with the WISSARD Project, which is drilling for water found below glaciers in the southern polar continent.

The Trummel lowdown n Who is she? Husmann Elementary fourth-grade teacher studying and living in Antarctica. n Age: 56 n Family: husband, Chris Trummel; children, Matt (Cassie) Trummel, Scott Trummel, Patrick Minnaert, Ryan Trummel, Julie Mandolini-Trummel and Linda (Jordan) Abdel-Haq; two grandchildren. n Favorite music: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Moody Blues, etc. Anything from the 1960s and 1970s. n Information: Read about her Antarctic adventures at scienceroadshow.

vary. We had a stretch of beautiful weather for a few weeks in December and early January. Every day was in the 30s above zero and sunny. When the wind blows here, the temperature can drop quickly and conditions can get worse in a matter of minutes.

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to learn and do science as it’s happening, real time, and to convey that to everyone I can through my blogs and presentations. ... It’s an incredible opportunity for me to learn and grow as an educator. It makes me a better educator because I can bring the world to my students (and others) and show them the possibilities that are out there for careers in science. That’s pretty cool to me.

McDougall: Anything you miss about Crystal Lake? Trummel: I miss my hus-

band, my family (many are not in Crystal Lake), and friends. I miss my students and teaching. I miss Kyoto, Krystal Thai and 1776. I enjoy those places and I’ve got to say the food here is getting old. We haven’t had fresh fruits or vegetables for over a month now. Someone brought bananas from New Zealand down with them the other day, and I got to split a banana with my friend Susan. It tasted like heaven. When I get back, I’m going to

stand in the produce aisle of the first grocery store I see and just enjoy the smells (we have a severe lack of smells here) and colors. I can’t wait to see more colors. And, I miss darkness. It’s been 24 hours of daylight the entire time I’ve been here. Although your body adjusts to this over time, I will never adjust to walking out of the lab building after a long day of work (we work seven days a week and long hours each day) and having it be light out. I wear sunglasses continually.

A Sunday ice storm brought slick roads throughout McHenry County, which was under a freezing rain advisory throughout much of the day. The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office reported there were at least two minor vehicle accidents because of the road conditions Sunday afternoon. Several municipalities prepared for icy road conditions beginning about noon. The city of Woodstock dispatched salt trucks to treat slick conditions. The county sheriff’s office said several townships, include Nunda Township, also had salt trucks circulating on the roads. “We had a mix of very little snow that turned into sleet and transitioned over to mainly freezing rain,� Mike Bardou, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said late Sunday afternoon. “The bulk of that is

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Caset Larson uses the bottom of the ski jump to stay dry as snow fell Sunday during the Norge International Ski Jumping Tournament at the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove. starting to exit the northwest part of the metro area.� Late Sunday afternoon, a scatter of freezing rain showers lingered throughout the area. Air temperatures were expected to rise above freezing by Sunday evening. However, because soil and pavement temperatures could remain below freezing, the precipitation was expected to freeze on contact and result in ice and dangerous travel conditions on untreated roadways

and walkways, according to the weather service. On Sunday, the weather service received reports of icing accumulation reaching two-tenths of an inch. There is a chance of thunderstorms for tonight and Tuesday. The weather service predicts some of the thunderstorms could be strong or even severe. In addition, heavy rainfall is possible for Tuesday, which could result in some flooding, according to the weather service.

Snowmobile accident sends man to hospital

Broken Oar Marina Bar and Grill, 614 Rawson Bridge Road in Port Barrington. The man, who was not wearing a helmet, was taking the snowmobile for a test ride on the Fox River, Hoover said. “As he went toward the river, he accelerated too fast and flipped the snowmobile over,� he said. The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the rescue.

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CRYSTAL LAKE – Traffic will be slowed on Main Street on Tuesday as the Public Works Department repairs a sewer main. Between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., traffic on Main Street between Woodstock Street and Crystal Lake Avenue will be slowed around the work zone and may be limited to one lane. Motorists are encouraged to use an alternate route during this time, if possible.

PORT BARRINGTON – A man riding a snowmobile on the Fox River sustained injuries after the snowmobile flipped over Sunday afternoon. He was transported to Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington, where he remained in good condition, said Commander Bill Hoover of the Wauconda Fire Department. The accident happened about 4:30 p.m. Sunday by the

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James C. McTague

Born: Oct. 26, 1923 Died: Jan. 26, 2013

Born: July 9, 1930; in Chicago Died: Jan. 25, 2013; in Crystal Lake

LAKE IN THE HILLS – Mary A. Bolek, 89, of Lake in the Hills, died Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013.

CRYSTAL LAKE – James C. McTague, 82, of Crystal Lake, formerly of Chicago, passed away Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at his home in Crystal Lake, surrounded by his loving family. He was born July 9, 1930, in Chicago to Charles and Sarah McTague. James was the beloved husband for 58 years of Arleene (nee Jaworski); loving father of Kevin (Sue), James Jr., Michael (Patricia), Kathleen (James) Nugent and Thomas; and dear grandfather of Kaitlyn, Kelley, Sean, Cassidy Rose, Bridget, Carly, Tommy, Patrick, Madeline and Emmett. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Eileen; and brother, Thomas. The visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Davenport Family Funeral Home, 419 E. Terra Cotta Ave. (Route 176), Crystal Lake, followed by a noon Mass celebration at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, 451 W. Terra Cotta Ave. (Route 176), Crystal Lake. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Misericordia at www. Condolences may be sent to For information, call the funeral home at 815-459-3411. Sign the guest book at www.

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Died: Jan. 26, 2013; in Hampshire HAMPSHIRE – Tony C. Dentino, 80, of Hampshire, passed away peacefully Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, at home, surrounded by his family. For information, call James A. O’Connor Funeral Home at 847-669-5111.

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Born: May 8, 1920; in Chicago Died: Jan. 27, 2013; in Woodstock FOX RIVER GROVE – Mildred P. “Millie” Hickey, 92, of Fox River Grove and formerly of Brownsville, Texas, passed away peacefully Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, at Hearthstone Manor in Woodstock. She was born May 8, 1920, in Chicago, daughter of the late Frank and Rose (nee Bozovsky) Cerny. Millie worked for Woodworth’s in Brownsville, Texas, for many years. She enjoyed crafts and attending craft shows. She was a great neighbor and friend to all who knew her. Millie was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Hickey; two sisters, Clara and Marie; and a brother, Stanley. A memorial service for Millie will be held Wednesday, Jan. 30, at Davenport Family Funeral Home, 419 E. Terra Cotta Ave (Route 176), Crystal Lake, where guests are welcome from 6 p.m. until the service at 7 p.m. Inurnment will be private in St. John Nepomucene Cemetery, Fox River Grove. To leave online condolences, please visit www.davenportfamily. com. Call the funeral home at 815459-3411 for information. Sign the guest book at www.

Martha Anne Carol-Taglia: The visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Kahle-Moore Funeral Home, 403 Silver Lake Road, Cary. The funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, at Sts. Peter & Paul Church in Cary. Burial will be in St. John Nepomucene Cemetery. James H. Elder: The visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, and from 9:30 a.m. until the funeral service at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, all at First Congregational Church, 11628 E. Main St., Huntley. Burial will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, at Prairie Dell Cemetery in Shannon. For information, call 847-515-8772. Paul Arthur Marsh: The visitation will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Skaja Bachmann Funeral Home, 7715 Northwest Highway, Crystal Lake, and Tuesday, Jan. 29, from 9 a.m. until the Mass celebration at 10 a.m. at St.

Margaret Mary Church, 111 Hubbard St., Algonquin. Patricia “Patty” Saylor: The memorial service will be at noon Saturday, Feb. 2, with Pastor John Hover at Cross Roads Community Church, 29092 W. Roberts Road, Port Barrington, 847-639-2419, on the corner of Roberts and Darryl. Lunch to follow for her guests. Raymond G. Seeber: The visitation will resume from 10 a.m. until the funeral service at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 404 N. Green St., McHenry. Inurnment will be at a later date in Ridgewood Cemetery, Des Plaines. For information, call the funeral home at 815-385-2400. John G. Shumilo: A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at St. Mary Catholic Church, 10307 Dundee Road, Huntley. For information, call DeFiore-Jorgensen Funeral Home at 847-515-8772.

8LOCAL BRIEF Jane A. Budris-Stuk: The visitation will be from 9 a.m. until the Mass celebration at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, at St. Matthew Catholic Church, 1001 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. Interment will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery in Palatine. Frederick A. Ziegler: The family will greet friends from 10 a.m. until a memorial service at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, at Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church, 10805 Main St., Huntley. For information, call DeFiore-Jorgensen Funeral Home at 847-515-8772. Vivian Lee Ziller: The visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at Zion Lutheran Church, 408 Jackson St., Marengo, and will continue from 10 a.m. until the funeral service at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, in the church. Burial will be in River Valley Memorial Gardens in West Dundee. For information, call James A. O’Connor Funeral Home at 847669-5111.

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Continued from page A1 “Just because we collect it, doesn’t mean we have to spend it [and] ... just because we can collect doesn’t mean we should, either,” he said. Marianne Shank is the executive director of the Illinois Government Finance Officers Association, which is a professional organization of municipal finance directors. Some municipalities have policies in place for a minimum amount to have in reserve, and some even have caps on what they can have in reserve, she said. However, there is no state law mandating a certain level of financial reserves. “That would be another layer of mandates for local [municipalities] to deal with,” Shank said. When municipalities have high reserve amounts, it’s important to see what the money is earmarked for, she said. Some might be committed to pension funds, or if the taxing body is saving up for a large purchase or capital project. “Every case is different,” Shank said. “It’s really important to look at long-term liabilities of the government and what the taxpayer exposure is there. ... One shouldn’t examine the amount saved without

“We don’t buy anything unless we could pay for it in cash. We don’t spend because we have it; it’s there for projects and there for planning.” Tony Huemann McHenry Township Fire Protection District Fire Chief looking at the other side of the balance sheet and looking at the liabilities.” Peter Stefan, finance director for Lake in the Hills, said the village has a municipal code requirement that there be at least 25 percent of the previous year’s expenditures in the reserve. The village dipped into reserves in 2008, 2009 and 2010 when the economy went sour, and also cut back on capital replacement and personnel costs, Stefan said. Currently, Lake in the Hills has $7.3 million in reserve, with an operating budget of about $15.5 million. The healthy reserve allows the village to pay off debt ahead of schedule, Stefan said. Roscoe Stelford is the finance director for the city of Woodstock, which has a policy that it needs to have at least four months of operating

expenses in reserve in its general fund. While the money is in reserve, it is invested so it can generate interest income and help offset operating expenses. The money usually is invested in low-risk accounts, such as money market accounts, Stelford said. Having money in reserves allows for liquidity to pay bills and payroll on time, because revenues don’t come in evenly throughout the year. For example, property-tax revenue comes in June, September and October, Stelford said. Having a healthy reserve also increases the chance a municipality will have a good bond rating, which is important for when it needs to take on debt. Emergencies, such as natural disasters, are a key time for reserves. “The more you have sitting in reserves, the bigger problem you can address,” Stelford said. In the Woodstock general fund, there is about $4.4 million in reserves, with an annual budget of $9.69 million. Stelford did note that if reserves do get too high, there always is the possibility of pulling back on taxes. “Our city council is supportive on talking about propertytax relief whenever possible for residents,” Stelford said.

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Continued from page A1 While supportive of the hotel plan itself, Trustee Donny Schmit has had hesitations about the location since Bender went public with the plan in December. Lakefront Park was obtained by the village when Koske was village president. She has similar concerns to Schmit’s, but said she sees a balance between fulfilling the developer’s wish list and not doing anything. Lakefront Park hosts many of the village’s events, including the summertime Concert by the Lake, the Easter egg hunt and luncheon, the July 4 Celebrate Fox Lake festivities, the Rally by the Lake Car and Bike Show, Oktoberfest, and the Christmas Children’s Party. These events always drive up business in the community, Schmit said, adding that the amount of parking in the preliminary renderings makes him think they won’t be able to have the events there anymore if the hotel is put there. “Once we give this up, it’s gone forever,” he said. “If this is the only way it can be done,

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OK, and you’d address some of the questions I had about the other available properties. I would like that to be the last resort. … I don’t like the loss of that lakefront property.” Bender emphasized that everything is still preliminary and that questions, including those about parking, will be addressed. His plan includes keeping the park building, the volleyball court, playground and gazebo, he said. “The operative word is the preliminary, preliminary letter of intent,” he said. “There is nothing that has been discussed in that letter that’s been talked about either at the board level or with the developer. “This is the normal negotiation-type letter. This is what we want. We haven’t responded at all. This is why we’re having the trustees get involved and the staff involved.” Bender also said developers had looked at other locations in Fox Lake but, without exception, preferred the lakefront property because of its proximity to Route 12, the lake and the train. “To me, it makes sense to have it integrated all in one destination facility and not have everything spread out all over the place,” Trustee Jon Mumford said.

Continued from page A1 “They need my support. This is a victory for all of us in the immigrant community.” The licenses will be like those already issued to certain foreign-born, legal visitors. Applicants will be photographed, and their photo will be entered into the state’s facial recognition database – like the rest of Illinois’ licensed drivers – to verify their identity. But other states’ driving programs for illegal immigrants have been abused. New Mexico and Washington both issue licenses, while Utah issues a permit. An Associated Press investigation last year found a striking pattern in New Mexico, suggesting immigrants tried to game the system to obtain a license. In one instance, 48 foreign-born individuals claimed to live at a smoke shop in Albuquerque to fulfill a residency condition. Washington’s requirements attracted national at-

tention when Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist, revealed his illegal immigration status in an essay for the New York Times Magazine in 2011. Vargas chronicled how he obtained his Washington license. State authorities conducted an investigation that revealed Vargas did not reside at the address he stated in his application and canceled his license. Utah’s permit is not valid for identification. Illinois’ law follows suit. Utah’s Republican-controlled Legislature amended the state’s law in 2011 to require illegal immigrants to be fingerprinted, and mandates that the state notify U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement if an applicant’s fingerprint check yields a felony on record. If the applicant has a misdemeanor warrant outstanding, the state must notify the agency that is seeking the person’s arrest. That kind of informationsharing between state and immigration authorities worries Illinois’ immigrantrights advocates, such as

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DRIVERS NEEDED - PART TIME South Elgin company has 4 part time positions to fill. Minimum of two days a week, up to 5 when in season. Same day return trip. NonCDL Class C license required. Apply at: 1050 Center Dr, South Elgin. 847-695-1500 ask for Dave x104





Busy Home Health Agency is growing rapidly in Northwest Suburbs. We are looking for RNs to join our team. We offer flexibility, competitive pay and the opportunity to grow with us. For consideration, send your resume:

With over 1.7 billion dollars in total assets, Baxter Credit Union (BCU) is one of the nation's top 100 credit unions. Join us as a Branch Manager II at Crystal Lake! You will be responsible for business development, operation, and overall results of a community based service center. The ideal candidate will have a college degree, minimum of 5+ years of management experience in financial institution or retail sales. For a full job description, please visit our career site at Please visit and click on “careers” located at the top of the page.



Looking for PT Tellers at a fast growing local community bank who are motivated & career oriented. Send resume to:

DRIVER - Need someone to drive me around in my car, to store, doctor, etc. Part Time. I pay hourly. 815-923-2660 Marengo Must have current Drivers License.

Office Assistant Wanted

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RESTORATIVE NURSE DeKalb County Rehab & Nursing Center has a full time position available for a Restorative Nurse. Individual is responsible for assessment, planning and implementation of restorative and safety programs for residents in skilled long-term care facility. Position requirements: RN licensure; long-term care or rehab experience; solid assessment skills; excellent interpersonal & supervisory skills; MDS experience a plus. Excellent benefits Retention bonus Uniform allowance Contact Administrator or Director of Nursing at: OR

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Monday, January 28, 2013 • Page A9 • Northwest Herald • 8ANOTHER VIEW

Suicides rise among vets There were two big news stories recently relating to veterans, one concerning suicides, the other concerning jobs. The subjects are not unrelated. Military suicides rose to record levels in 2012, with as many as 349 (239 confirmed and 110 being investigated as probable). This epidemic, as Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has rightly called it, is occurring even with the war in Iraq having ended for American troops and the one in Afghanistan winding down. (In fact, the 349 suicides far exceeded the number of combat deaths last year in Afghanistan.) The reasons aren’t necessarily related to the stress of combat, but most of the dead soldiers presumably served in at least one of those extremely challenging war zones, and one of those multiple deployments the military has come to rely on. That’s bound to take a psychological toll, and can easily lead to mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. Add to that the difficulty of adjusting to a routine military and domestic life after one’s tour is over, or the prospect of civilian life after one’s military career is over ... and the problems are exacerbated. Then add such things as failed romantic relationships, alcohol use and guns, and the chances of suicide become that much greater. Veterans also suffer from high unemployment, partly due to the perceptions that they’re unstable and their military skills aren’t transferable to the civilian world. But veterans can be very good employees. They are mission-oriented, quick learners and team players. A nation that spends hundreds of billions to train soldiers and send them to war should be able to bring them home and successfully reintegrate them into society. It must also do more to make sure they get to that point, to keep them from killing themselves before they leave military service.

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8LEGISLATIVE DIRECTORY U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam R-6th District 150 S. Bloomingdale Road, Suite 120 Bloomingdale, IL 60108 630-893-9670 Fax: 630-893-9735 227 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 202-225-4561 Web: U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren R-14th District 427 Cannon HOB Washington, DC 20515 Phone: 202-225-2976 Fax: 202-225-0697 Web: Gov. Pat Quinn 207 Statehouse Springfield, IL 62706 800-642-3112 State Sen. Pamela Althoff R-32nd District 5400 West Elm Street, Suite 103 McHenry, IL 60050 815-455-6330 M103E State House Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8000 Fax: 217-782-9586 State Sen. Dan Duffy R-26th District 330 E. Main St. Suite 301 Barrington, IL 60010 847-277-7100 105D Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-8010 State Sen. Karen McConnaughay R-33th District 81 S. McLean Blvd. South Elgin, IL 60177 (847) 214-8245 303A Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-1977 State Rep. Jack Franks D-63rd District 1193 S. Eastwood Drive Woodstock, IL 60098 815-334-0063 Fax: 815-334-9147 239-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-1717 Fax: 217-557-2118 State Rep. Michael Tryon R-66th District 1500 Carlemont Drive, Suite D 815-459-6453 Fax: 815-455-8284 244-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-0432 Fax: 217-782-1275 State Rep. Barb Wheeler R-64th District 37 E. Grand Ave., Suite 101 Fox Lake, IL 60020 847-973-0064 214-N Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-1664 State Rep. David McSweeney R-52nd District 105 E. Main St. Cary, IL 60013 847-516-0052 226-N Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 State Rep. Timothy Schmitz R-65, Geneva 127 Hamilton St. Suite D Geneva, IL 60134 630-845-9590 224-N Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 217-782-5457 Tina Hill Chairman, McHenry County Board McHenry County Government Center 2200 N. Seminary Ave. Woodstock, IL 60098 Phone: 815-334-4221 Fax: 815-338-3991 President Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500 202-456-1414, Comment: 202-456-1111 U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin 230 S. Dearborn Kluczynski Federal Building Suite 3892 Chicago, IL 60604 312-353-4952 711 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-2152 U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk 387 Russell Senate Office Building Washington DC, 20510 Phone: 202-224-2854 Fax: 202-228-4611 230 South Dearborn Suite 3900 Chicago, IL 60604 Phone: 312-886-3506

Editorial Board: John Rung, Dan McCaleb, Kevin Lyons, Stacia Hahn, Jon Styf, Kate Schott


8IT’S YOUR WRITE Food for thought

To the Editor: After spending the past few weeks reading, listening, debating and educating myself on gun violence, I have reached an epiphany. The epiphany came when yet another college campus, this one in Texas, became the location of a shooting. Of all the recent mass shootings, and all the ones I have read about occurring in schools of any kind with the exception of Virginia Tech and the Aurora Colorado shooting, the “legally obtained” guns all came from the same place ... the parents of the shooters. Now for all you who will start posting comments correcting me, this is only the ones I have read. Columbine, Sandy Hook, a few days ago in New Mexico. So don’t start commenting with corrections. I simply wanted to note a pattern in some of these shootings. I am a believer in the Second amendment, I am a believer that with that amendment comes responsibility and should come reasonable regulation. So while we all are finding our voice, might we not look at the parents who irresponsibly allowed their weapons into the hands of their children? Parents can now be charged, prosecuted and imprisoned for parties in their homes that result in injury or death when their are minors drinking in their home.

If they survive the gun violence that they help to perpetuate by not adequately securing their legally obtained weapons, should they not be charged, prosecuted and held civilly and criminally responsible? Bonnie Stipetic Crystal Lake

How to sound off We welcome original letters on public issues. Letters must include the author’s full name, home address and telephone numbers. We limit letters to 250 words and one published letter every 30 days. All letters are subject to

editing for length and clarity. Submit letters by: • E-mail: • Mail: Northwest Herald “It’s Your Write” Box 250 Crystal Lake, IL 60039-0250

Where’s the logic?

To the Editor: Re: Sheila Feeney’s letter (Jan. 22). Forty years ago, the Supreme Court showed curious logic. Using words most of us don’t understand, it had previously found in the “penumbra of emanations” from the Constitution that Americans have a right to privacy. While these words are not in the Constitution, we would agree that we do have a right to privacy. But in Roe v. Wade, the court discovered that this right gives a woman the authority to have a doctor kill a living being within her. Some people do believe abortion should be permitted only in the cases of rape, incest or the mother’s life; such cases would hardly account for the 55 million abortions in the past 40 years. That shocking total comes from the Guttmacher Institute, the research arm of Planned Parenthood. Many say that a woman has a right to what she does to her body. Guess what? I agree, but in abortion we are talking about

what is done to a different body, the tiny boy or girl in her womb. In my logic, the financial hardship and emotional embarrassment of a woman do not justify killing a human being. Can anybody explain how the Supreme Court was being logical? Or did they just have to find some pretext of logic to justify what in their minds is a societal good? Herm Faubl Huntley

Good zoning regulations

To the Editor: An estimated 250 to 300 people attended a hearing Jan. 17 at McHenry City Hall regarding a petition for zoning changes to allow a 24-hour gas station to be located on the northeast corner of Pearl Street and Richmond Road (Route 31) in McHenry. The site immediately adjoins residences on the north and east sides, and across Richmond Road to the west is a solid residential neighborhood plus St. Mary’s Church and Montini

School, which generates heavy student pedestrian traffic in the area. Good planning and zoning standards always have dictated that there be a buffer zone – that is, a less intense use between residential neighborhoods, in this case also a historic neighborhood, and a heavy commercial use such as a 24-hour gas station with noise, bright lights and constant traffic entering across sidewalks. Unfortunately, the Zoning Board appeared largely catatonic, and took no stand except to effectively defer most of the decisions to the City Council. It should have been an easy decision. If you are interested in upholding the intent of good zoning regulations and safeguarding neighborhoods in McHenry, please find out more about the proposed gas station and attend the City Council meeting at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18. Avis Fisher McHenry

Brandeis first Jewish Supreme Court justice On this day (Jan. 28) in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson appointed prominent Boston attorney Louis Dembitz Brandeis to the United States Supreme Court over the bitter opposition – because of the nominee’s alleged “judicial radicalism” – of six former presidents of the American Bar Association and former U.S. president and future U.S. Chief Justice William Howard Taft. Some of the opposition to Brandeis’ nomination, but not Taft’s, probably was anti-Semitic because the distinguished but increasingly controversial barrister was the first Jew to be nominated, and then serve, on the nation’s highest court. After often rancorous, for the time, Senate confirmation hearings, Brandeis won Senate approval with a vote of 47-22, and took his seat on the bench on June 5, 1916. Throughout his long and acclaimed tenure (1916-1939) on the U.S. Supreme Court, Louis Brandeis was a consistent advocate of what he called a “living law” (i.e., law that went beyond mere precedent and responded to the social, economic, and political changes in American society that had been caused in large part by the growing concentration of wealth and influence of large corporations and banks during the late 19th and early 20th centuries). Thus as a “people’s attorney” (as he was, sometimes in derision, often called), he became, even before his appointment to the bench, a trusted adviser to Pres-


ON THIS DAY Joseph C. Morton ident Wilson and a firm supporter of his “New Freedom” philosophy of protecting the First Amendment rights and the dignity of the common person, of “small, non-intrusive government,” and of opposition to trusts and business monopolies. Later, during the 1930s, Brandeis became one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s staunchest supporters on the Supreme Court, where he almost invariably supported the New Deal programs advocated by British economist John Maynard Keynes. However, on one notable occasion, Brandeis voted with the court majority in striking down the controversial National Industrial Recovery Act (Schecter v. U.S., 1935) because that act attempted to regulate intrastate rather than interstate commerce. During his years on the Supreme Court, Brandeis deservedly gained the reputation as the “great dissenter” (until the late 1930s, the court was overwhelmingly conservative) and as a judicial activist. Brandeis was born into the family of Adolph and Fredericka Dembitz Brandeis on Nov. 13, 1856, in Louisville, Ky. His formal education included two years of studies in Germany (1873-1875) and a bachelor of law

degree and one year of graduate work (18751877) at the Harvard Law School. Interestingly, although Brandeis had not reached the law school-required graduation age of 21, the Harvard Corporation passed a special resolution granting him his law degree. At Harvard, the studious Brandeis graduated first in his class, having compiled an enviable record of high academic achievement. From 1878 to his appointment to the Supreme Court in 1916, Brandeis maintained a busy and exceedingly lucrative law practice in Boston. In 1891, the prospering lawyer married Alice Goldmark, with whom he had two daughters. In 1912, Brandeis joined the Zionist movement, which worked for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. He retired from the bench on Feb. 13, 1939, but thereafter, until his death on Oct. 5, 1941, in Washington, D.C., continued his work and commitment to education, to world peace, to justice for the individual, and Judaism. In 1948, Brandeis was commemorated posthumously by the naming of the first Jewish nonsectarian college in the U.S.: Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.

• Crystal Lake resident Joseph C. Morton is professor emeritus at Northeastern Illinois University and author of “The American Revolution” and “Shapers of the Great Debate at the Constitutional Convention of 1787.” Email him at

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BLACKHAWKS 2, red wings 1 (OT)

VIEWS Tom Musick

Win nets club’s 1st 6-0 start

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Blackhawks defenseman Sheldon Brookbank (top) joins teammates as they mob Nick Leddy after Leddy’s game-winning, overtime goal against the Red Wings on Sunday at the United Center. The Hawks won, 2-1, to improve to 6-0 – the best start in franchise history.

Leddy scores game-winner in overtime to keep hot start going By MATT CARLSON The Associated Press

CHICAGO – The Blackhawks are off to the best start in their 85-year history, despite not being in charge for much of their game against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. Thanks to Nick Leddy’s goal at 2:45 of overtime and a zoned-in, 29-save effort from Corey Crawford, the Hawks defeated the Red Wings 2-1 and improved to 6-0. After taking a cross-ice pass from Viktor Stalberg, Leddy fired from the left circle and beat Detroit’s Jimmy Howard with a shot that slipped just past his glove. Leddy, a defenseman, said it was his first overtime goal at any level. “It’s an unbelievable feeling, one I’ll never forget,” he said. “I heard that stat (best start) before the game. If we stick to doing the little things, we’ll be great.” The Hawks started 5-0 in 1971-72 – Hall of Famer Bobby Hull’s final season in Chicago – and matched it Saturday night with a 3-2 win in Columbus.

On Sunday, however, they were anything but assertive for much of the second and third period. Part of that was penalty-related. Still, the Hawks killed all six of Detroit’s power plays, improving to 22 of 23 this season. Detroit’s Johan Franzen finally connected at even-strength early in the third to tie the score at 1 and set up overtime. Duncan Keith scored a powerplay goal in the first peNick Leddy riod for the Hawks. “We could have been on our heels a little bit,” Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said. “Detroit was pressing [being] down a goal. You know everything’s coming. They were pinching. “We could have been better, but at the same time, six (games) in nine (days) could have been a factor.” Quenneville couldn’t really fault his club, one of two undefeated NHL teams along with San Jose.

“I think everybody deserves credit,” Quenneville said. “Everybody’s contributing. Everybody was where we wanted them to be. Everybody had good conditioning to start with. Special teams, Crow (Crawford) in net, the team game. I’m pleased.” Crawford, who made his fifth start in six games, was sharp again. Last season, the Hawks’ 28-year-old No. 1 goalie was criticized for allowing soft and untimely goals. That hasn’t happened so far this season. “Focus has been a huge part of it so far,” Crawford said. “I thought I was focused last year, but I wasn’t quite there. “This year, I’ve paid a little bit more attention to that, especially throughout the game. Every play around the net, I’m ready and getting low for little things around the net so I don’t give up those little goals.” Crawford needed to be sharp when his teammates sagged Sunday.

See HAWKS, page B5

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Inside Blackhawks Notes: The Hawks’ penalty-killing unit no longer is a liability through the first six games of this lockout-shortened season “I think that’s what won us the game tonight,” said Hawks goaltender Corey Crawford (above), who stopped 29-of30 shots to improve to 5-0-0 this season. “The [penalty kill] in the second period was really good.” Page B5

CHICAGO – Introducing the Original Six and O. The Blackhawks’ season is all of nine days old, and already it has achieved history. Before Sunday, no group in the 87-year history of the franchise had won each of its first six games. That changed when Hawks defenseman Nick Leddy ripped a shot past Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard to clinch a 2-1 overtime victory Sunday at Next the United Center. at Minnesota, The Hawks 7 p.m. Wednesday, improved to NBCSN, AM-720 a leaguebest 6-0-0 with 42 games remaining in a shortened season. Of course, the Hawks have loftier goals than a fast start. But they still can embrace the moment. They still can embrace history. “That’s awesome,” Leddy said when told that the Hawks broke a 41-year-old team record for the best start to a season. “I heard that stat before the game. It’s definitely one of a kind.” And the Hawks are finding every kind of way to win. On Sunday, it wasn’t glamorous. It was grueling. The Hawks were playing for the sixth time in nine days as part of the NHL’s rapid-fire schedule, and after killing off six penalties in two periods, energy started to fade. The first sign of the fatigue arrived about halfway through the third period. Hawks forward Bryan Bickell blew a tire in the offensive zone. He tripped over his skates, stumbled a couple of steps forward and crash-landed into the goal post so hard that it came off of its moorings.

See MUSICK, page B5


Foul weather can’t ground Norge By PATRICK MASON

FOX RIVER GROVE – A soft snow fell throughout the afternoon on the Norge Ski Club, but around 2 p.m. the gray skies that covered the large lot unleashed heavy snow and sleet. The two competition rounds had just finished and those who performed well enough were selected to compete in the Longest Standing competition – two jumps with results based only on distance with pride as a reward. From the base of the 70-meter long, 160-foot tall hill, the heavy downfall of thick, wet snow shrouded the view of the jumpers who read-

More online For more on Sunday’s Norge tournament, check out our video highlights and photo gallery online at Plus, watch MMA videos of local fighters Clay Guida and Mike Stumpf. ied themselves at the top of the hill that is known in the skiing world as “the attic.” “The conditions were pretty marginal,” said Ben Loomis while riding in a van that taxied skiers to the top of the hill. Loomis is a member of the Flying Eagles Ski Club in Eau Claire, Wis. “But everybody has the same conditions and it’s fun

no matter what. We’ve all done this in brutal conditions, so we’ve had some training. I’m just amazed at the amount of people still pouring in here and those who are watching.” Ukrainian Olympian (in 1998 and 2002) Volodymyr Hlyvka, from the Norge Ski Club, finished third overall in the A Class (217.3) but won the Longest Standing competition with a jump of 79 meters as he flew through the snow and landed just two meters short of the Norge record of 81 meters. His long and continued success in the sport has inspired many jumpers and he has enjoyed each year he returns to Norge.

See NORGE, page B2

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Hundreds of people watch as Matthew Doyle soars through the air during the Norge International Ski Jumping Tournament on Sunday at the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove.

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Blackhawks win. Nick Leddy from the left circle. The Hawks are 6-0-0 for the first time... ever. @tcmusick

NBA: Charlotte at Bulls, 7 p.m., CSN The Bulls (26-17) will try to win for the seventh time in nine games tonight when they host the Bobcats (11-32), who snapped a lengthy losing streak in their last trip to United Center.

Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, who will turn 102 in April, said he will run his last marathon next month. He start running them at 89 years old.

Under a rule change imposed by MLB, pitchers no longer will be allowed to fake a pickoff to third base and throw to first as a way to dupe a runner on first base into breaking for second. Next season, that move would be a balk. Three other suggested fan-friendly changes: 1. Timeouts before last-second field goal attempts 2. TV timeouts 3. Bad commentators

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Luke Daniels flies through the air during at jump in the Norge International Ski Jumping Tournament on Sunday at the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove.

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“It’s remarkable,” he said of the 108 years the event has been a part of the community. “The crowd that come(s) out is really nice and they come up and say hi often. I love competing and having a fun time doing it. Even after all this time.” The inclement weather couldn’t keep the fans away or the skiers from enjoying the day. Sebastian Klinga, a 20-yearold from Finland and a member of the Lahti Ski Club said Norge is one of his favorite places to compete because of the atmosphere. “It’s quite fun here,” he said. “The people are wild, and it makes for a good time. I was watching some of my teammates and I had a lady wanting to take a picture of my jacket because it said ‘Finland’ on it. She also took some pictures of me and she didn’t even get in it. “That is neat because at home you don’t get that. I will be in some lady’s photobook now.” Klinga placed second in the A Class competition behind Finnish winner Jere Kykkanen. Klinga also was awarded the Most Graceful Jumper award and will have his name etched on a plaque in the Norge

The Trinity GEMS Levels 7 to 10 gymnastics teams competed Jan. 16 to 21 at the New Orleans Jazz Invitational and brought a lot of hardware home with them. Megan Greenfield won the Level 10 all-around title with a score of 37.075. GEMS coach Chris Riegel said Greenfield’s score, early in the season, was a sign of things to come. “This is the earliest that [Greenfield has] scored a 37,” Riegel said. “To hit that in her third week, she’s on pace to surpass anything she’s done in the last two years. She went down and dominated that meet.” Greenfield dominated the all-around, winning the floor exercise, vault and balance beam. “[Greenfield’s] doing what the best Level 10s are doing on floor and vault,” Riegel said. “She’s a half notch above everybody on beam.” Greenfield, who will compete for Northern Illinois in the fall, also led the Level 10 team to a team championship with Christine Liautaud, Chloe Rehberg, Miranda Saathoff and Clare Collins. Saathoff picked up the other individual championship for the GEMS by winning the uneven parallel bars. Liautaud was second in both the all-around and the bars, and Rehberg was second on floor. Collins was third in the all-around to give the GEMS a medal sweep. With several team members nursing injuries, Riegel said that made the win even

more impressive. And the team showed some independence because Riegel had to devote most of his time to the Level 8s, who were competing at the same time. “I was really pleased to see how they rallied together,” Riegel said. “They handled everything like the seasoned veterans that they are. They were doing so well, I just started sitting back and enjoying them.” And the different perspective also gave Riegel an opportunity to see his team as a fan, not critiquing every little move. “They put on a gymnastics show,” Riegel said. “To see how far ahead they were of comparable Level 10s, I guess as a coach I’m realizing when their ‘on’ all four events, they’re pretty darn good.” Liautaud will compete for the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. Having two of his gymnasts already making commitments is both a challenge and a blessing to Riegel. It eases the pressure somewhat, as long as they don’t lose focus. “It certainly relaxes them a little bit, but you definitely have to guard against it,” Riegel said. “At Level 10 and as traveled as they are, they can handle whatever kind of pressure is put on them.” A total of 55 gymnasts, family and coaches made the trip. Next week we’ll look at the Level 8 and 9 teams that also competed at New Orleans.

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Ian Paschal, 9, of Crystal Lake turns to a friend in amazement after watching a ski jumper land. Club House. The weather shortened the event when the officials decided to eliminate the preliminary jump. Casey Larson, a Norge Ski Club member, placed seventh in the A Class. Without a preliminary jump, he admittedly took a while to get acclimated to the track. “The track just felt off at first,” said Larson, who added nine meters to his second jump. “But I talked it out and got a better feel for the track and had a more complete jump. “Either way it’s great here Josh Peckler – and it’s a fun weekend for everyone.” A ski jumper slows down after landing his jump.

8SPORTS SHORTS Mariska Kramer of the NethAP source: Titans have interest in hiring Williams erlands won the women’s title

earned the No. 01 team another celebratory Rolex watch. Three-time defending in 2:46:07. Tezata Dengersa of NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Gregg Williams might be a step closer Ethiopia was second in 2:48:43. Grand-Am champions Pruett and Memo Rojas, along with to returning to the NFL after Winter X snowmobiler has NASCAR driver Juan Pablo being suspended indefinitely Montoya and IndyCar driver for his role in the Saints’ bounty complication after crash Charlie Kimball teamed to beat ASPEN, Colo. – Snowmobile program. the VelocityWW team by almost rider Caleb Moore has had a Titans coach Mike Munchak “secondary complication involv- 22 seconds. has talked with Williams and is ing his brain” after a crash at the interested in adding him to his Winter X Games led to bleeding U.S., with Lolo Jones, wins Tennessee staff, said a person around his heart. combined bobsled gold familiar with the situation. The The Moore family released a ST. MORITZ, Switzerland – The person spoke Sunday to The Associated Press on the condition statement Sunday, but provided United States team, including of anonymity because the Titans no further details, only the rider Olympic 100-meter hurdler Lolo Jones, won gold Sunday in the do not discuss personnel moves “continues to be monitored in ICU.” combined bobsled-skeleton until they are finalized. The 25-year-old was perform- team event at the world chamBefore the Titans could hire pionships. Williams, he must be reinstated ing a flip Thursday when he clipped the top of a jump. He Jones was brakewoman for by the league. went over the handlebars and Elana Meyers in the women’s the heavy sled rolled over him. bobsled portion of an event that Guatemalan Rivero wins He walked off the course with also added times in two-man Miami Marathon help and transported to a hospi- bobsled plus men’s and womMIAMI – Running in his first en’s skeleton. marathon, Luis Rivero Gonzalez tal with a concussion. of Guatemala won the Miami Pruett ties record as Aaron shakes up U.S. men’s Marathon on Sunday. Ganassi wins Rolex skating with 1st title Rivero, a professional runner DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Scott OMAHA, Neb. – Max Aaron for more than two years, had a Pruett tied Hurley Haywood’s re- sure knows how to shake things time of 2 hours, 26 minutes, 14 seconds in the event that drew cord of five Rolex 24 at Daytona up, jumping from fourth to first victories Sunday, helping Chip Sunday at the U.S. Figure Skat25,000 runners. David Tuwei of Kenya finished Ganassi Racing return to Victory ing Championships. It was the first title for the second at 2:28:15. He and Ethio- Lane in the prestigious sports car race. 20-year-old, who has done very pia’s Tesfaye Bekele (2:28:22) A slight lineup change and a little of note since winning the were in a group of five runners who ran together for the final 25 dominating performance in the U.S. junior title two years ago. twice-around-the-clock race – Wire reports miles.

Five area teams heading to state NORTHWEST HERALD BYRON – Cary-Grove won the Byron Competitive Cheerleading Sectional on Saturday in the Large Team division with a score of 88.03. With the win, the Trojans also qualified for the state finals competition Friday and Saturday at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. Also qualifying for state were Crystal Lake Central, which placed third (87.1)

and Huntley, which finished fourth (86.53). Other local schools competing were Jacobs (sixth, 83.93), DundeeCrown (seventh, 81.7), Crystal Lake South (ninth, 80.53), McHenry (13th, 78.23) and Prairie Ridge (15th, 76.97). In the Medium Team division, Richmond-Burton, with a fourth-place finish (86.67), and Hampshire, which placed fifth (84.87), both qualified for state. Woodstock North placed 13th with a score of 71.63.

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A strong case to be No. 1 Wolverines have not been top team since 1992-93 By DAVID MERCER The Associated Press

CHAMPAIGN – Possible No. 1 ranking? Yeah, that’s nice, Michigan’s Trey Burke said Sunday outside the locker room at Illinois’ Assembly Hall. But after the win that should give the No. 2 Wolverines their first top ranking since the 1992-93 season, the sophomore guard wanted to talk defense and what a team does when one of its big, Next defensive rocks goes down. at Michigan If you’re State, 6 p.m. Michigan (19-1, Thursday, 6-1 Big Ten), you ESPN, AM-560 plug in a couple of other big guys. And you win – in this case 74-60 over the Illini, most of it without 6-foot-8, 250-pound Jordan Morgan. The starting forward limped to the locker room less than two minutes into the game with a sprained right ankle and didn’t come back. “Coach (John Beilein) calls him the minister of defense,” Burke said, crediting the Mitch McGary, John Horford and Max Bielfeldt, the three big men who picked up the slack. “I say this every game,” Burke added, “but it just starts with defense. I think that start-

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Michigan’s Glenn Robinson III shoots under pressure from Illinois’ Sam McLaurin (0) and Nnanna Egwu during the second half of Sunday’s game in Champaign. Michigan won, 74-60. ed in the first half.” And that No. 1 ranking, which likely will be Michigan’s after Duke’s lopsided loss to Miami earlier in the week opened the door when the AP poll comes out today, doesn’t mean much yet, Beilein was quick to remind.


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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Victor Oladipo took control for No. 7 Indiana in the opening minutes and never let go. The junior guard scored 21 points, grabbed seven rebounds and finished with six steals, leading the Hoosiers to a 75-70 victory over No. 13 Michigan State on Sunday Indiana (18-2, 6-1 Big Ten) now has won three straight and two in a row in this series. The latest win helped break up the three-team logjam that started the day with only one loss each in conference play. Michigan State (17-4, 6-2) was led by Gary Harris, Indiana’s 2012 Mr. Basketball, who had 21 points and made five 3-pointers. Adreian Payne added 18 points and nine rebounds and doubled his season total by making three 3s.

rebounds and Creighton shot 63 percent, bouncing back from a pair of road losses with an easy victory at struggling SIU (8-12, 1-8 Missouri Valley). Gregory Echenique added 12 points and 11 rebounds and the Bluejays (18-3, 7-2 MVC) were 12 for 20 from 3-point range with Ethan Wragge hitting his first four attempts and Jahenns Manigat going 4 for 4.

No. 25 Miami 71, Florida St., 47: At Coral Gables, Fla., Trey

McKinney Jones scored 15 points for the Hurricanes (153, 6-0), and the Atlantic Coast Conference leaders won their seventh game in a row by beating Florida State. The blowout victory before a capacity crowd was the second in a row for the 25thranked Hurricanes, ensuring a significant jump in today’s poll. They drubbed No. 1 Duke on Wednesday. Florida State (11-8, 3-3) No. 17 Creighton 81, S. Illinois 51: At Carbondale, Doug Mc- fell to 0-3 this season against Dermott had 21 points and 10 ranked teams.

“You compete for a Big Ten championship, then you go on you compete for a national championship,” he said. “That’s the No. 1 you want down the line.” Illinois (15-6, 2-5) and firstyear coach John Groce, whose team has been doomed by cold

shooting since mid-December and shot 37.1 percent Sunday, could do little but marvel at the Wolverines. “I give Michigan a lot of credit,” Groce said. “You make one mistake and they exploit it like that.” Burke scored 19 to lead Michigan. Nick Stauskas scored 14 points and Glenn Robinson III and Tim Hardaway Jr. added 12 each. Brandon Paul led Illinois with 15 points but had five of the Illini’s 15 costly turnovers. Beilein said he didn’t yet know the severity of Morgan’s sprained right ankle but said he couldn’t have returned to the game even if badly needed. The Wolverines hardly missed him – they seemed to have an answer for everything Illinois offered. The Illini fought back to within seven points with just more than nine minutes to play when a Richardson steal set up Joseph Bertrand for a soft jump shot that floated into the bucket. The wave of noise that rose from the crowd trying to will the Illini back into the game didn’t last long. First, with 8:40 to play, Mitch McGary pulled down the rebound off a miss by Burke and dropped the ball into the bucket. Then Burke scooped the ball up off a Paul turnover at the other end and, with a dunk, put the Wolverines back up by 11 at 5948. With 8:21 to play and shooting just 37.1 percent on the night, Illinois couldn’t find a way back.

Woods builds a 4-shot lead at Torrey Pines By DOUG FERGUSON The Associated Press Everything became perfectly clear Sunday at Torrey Pines. Tiger Woods was on his game and headed toward yet another win. Woods seized control in the fog-delayed Farmers Insurance Open with a strong driving performance that carried him to a 3-underpar 69 and a four-shot lead Tiger Woods after the third round. Even when he got a little wild off the tee late in the chilly afternoon of the fourth round, he still made birdies to stretch his lead to six shots when play was suspended by darkness. Woods had 11 holes left to play when the round resumes today. “It was a long day ... and I played well today,” Woods

said. “Overall, I’m very pleased that I was able to build on my lead.” Thick fog washed out all of Saturday, forcing players to go from sunrise to sunset Sunday. They finished the third round, took about 30 minutes for lunch and went back onto the golf course. CBS Sports wants to televise the conclusion – no surprise with Woods in the lead – so the round will not resume until 1 p.m. Woods was at 17-under par for the tournament. Defending champion Brandt Snedeker was 4 under through 13 holes of the final round and he was not making up much ground on Woods. Snedeker was at 11 under, along with Nick Watney, who was through eight holes. Woods finished 54 holes at 14-under 202 and was four shots ahead of Canadian rookie Brad Fritsch. It was the 16th time in his PGA Tour career that Woods had a 54-hole lead of at least four shots.


Djokovic completes Aussie Open hat trick By JOHN PYE The Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia – No shirt ripping or barechested flexing this time. Novak Djokovic completed his work before midnight, defeating Andy Murray in four sets for his third consecutive Australian Open title and fourth overall. It was also the second time in three years Djokovic had beaten his longtime friend in this final. So the celebration was muted: a small victory shuffle, raised arms, a kiss for the trophy. No grand histrionics, although that’s not to say the moment was lost on him. “Winning it three in a row, it’s incredible,” Djokovic said

after his 6-7 (2), 7-6 (3), 6-3, 6-2 victory Sunday night. “It’s very thrilling. I’m full of joy right now. It’s going to give me a lot of confidence for the rest of the season, that’s for sure.” Nine other men had won consecutive Australian titles in the Open era, but none three straight years. One of them was Andre Agassi, who presented Djokovic with the trophy. A year ago, Djokovic began his season with an epic 5-hour, 53-minute fiveset win over Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open, the longest Grand Slam final. He tore off his shirt to celebrate, the TV replays repeated constantly at this tournament.

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NFC blows out AFC in Hawaii By OSKAR GARCIA The Associated Press

RAVENS DEPTH CHART OFFENSE Position First Team Second Team Third Team Wide Receiver 82 Torrey Smith 12 Jacoby Jones 16 David Reed Wide Receiver 81 Anquan Boldin 17 Tandon Doss 83 Deonte Thompson Left Tackle 78 Bryant McKinnie 74 Michael Oher Left Guard 72 Kelechi Osemele 63 Bobbie Williams Center 77 Matt Birk 66 Gino Gradkowski Right Guard 73 Marshal Yanda 63 Bobbie Williams Right Tackle 74 Michael Oher 70 Ramon Harewood Tight End 84 Ed Dickson 88 Dennis Pitta 86 Billy Bajema Quarterback 5 Joe Flacco 2 Tyrod Taylor Fullback 44 Vonta Leach Running Back 27 Ray Rice 30 Bernard Pierce 35 Anthony Allen Defense Position First Team Second Team Third Team Defensive Tackle 92 Haloti Ngata 95 Bryan Hall Nose Tackle 62 Terrence Cody 96 Ma’ake Kemoeatu Defensive End 90 Pernell McPhee 97 Arthur Jones 93 DeAngelo Tyson Left Outside LB 55 Terrell Suggs 99 Paul Kruger 54 Adrian Hamilton Left Inside LB 59 Dannell Ellerbe 56 Josh Bynes Right Inside LB 52 Ray Lewis 51 Brendon Ayanbadejo Right Outside LB 91 Courtney Upshaw 50 Albert McClellan Left Cornerback 24 Corey Graham 22 Jimmy Smith 39 Chris Johnson Strong Safety 31 Bernard Pollard 32 James Ihedigbo Free Safety 20 Ed Reed 37 Sean Considine 38 Omar Brown Right Cornerback 29 Cary Williams 23 Chykie Brown Special Teams Position First Team Second Team Third Team Punter 4 Sam Koch Kicker 6 Justin Tucker Holder 4 Sam Koch Long Snapper 46 Morgan Cox Kickoff Returner 12 Jacoby Jones 16 David Reed 83 Deonte Thompson Punt Returner 12 Jacoby Jones 17 Tandon Doss 20 Ed Reed

HONOLULU – A handful of shenanigans and plenty of points – yet still another ho-hum Pro Bowl. Whether the NFL’s all-star game will return next season is a something the league will ponder the next few months after the NFC’s 62-35 blowout of the AFC on Sunday. “It’s been an unbelievable week,” Seattle rookie quarterback Russell Wilson said, “And the thing was, if you watched us, everybody was competing today and it was really awesome.” Wilson at least got the crowd pumped up in the second half with some nifty scrambles and three passing touchdowns. There was also Houston’s sack-happy AP photo defensive end J.J. Watt going out Bengals receiver A.J. Green (18) pulls in a catch over Bears for a couple of passes as a wide cornerback Charles Tillman of the NFC for a touchdown in the receiver, and retiring Green Bay first quarter of the Pro Bowl Sunday in Honolulu. center Jeff Saturday snapping to


QB Smith handles demotion with class

49ERS DEPTH CHART OFFENSE Position Wide Receiver Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Tight End Wide Receiver Fullback Running Back Quarterback Defense Position Left Tackle Nose Tackle Right Tackle Outside LB Inside LB Inside LB Outside LB Left Cornerback Right Cornerback Free Safety Strong Safety Special Teams Position Punter Kicker Holder Long Snapper Kickoff Returner Punt Returner

First Team Second Team Third Team 15 Michael Crabtree 17 A.J. Jenkins 74 Joe Staley 77 Mike Iupati 66 Joe Looney 59 Jonathan Goodwin 67 Daniel Kilgore 75 Alex Boone 68 Leonard Davis 76 Anthony Davis 85 Vernon Davis 46 Delanie Walker 81 Garrett Celek 84 Randy Moss 19 Ted Ginn Jr. 49 Bruce Miller 24 Anthony Dixon 48 Will Tukuafu 21 Frank Gore 23 LaMichael James 33 Jewel Hampton 7 Colin Kaepernick 11 Alex Smith 3 Scott Tolzien First Team Second Team Third Team 91 Ray McDonald 95 Ricky Jean Francois 90 Isaac Sopoaga 93 Ian Williams 94 Justin Smith 63 Tony Jerod-Eddie 55 Ahmad Brooks 50 Cam Johnson 53 NaVorro Bowman 54 Larry Grant 57 Michael Wilhoite 52 Patrick Willis 56 Tavares Gooden 99 Aldon Smith 51 Clark Haggans 22 Carlos Rogers 20 Perrish Cox 26 Tramaine Brock 25 Tarell Brown 29 Chris Culliver 38 Dashon Goldson 27 C.J. Spillman 31 Donte Whitner 30 Trenton Robinson 28 Darcel McBath First Team 4 Andy Lee 2 David Akers 4 Andy Lee 86 Brian Jennings 19 Ted Ginn Jr. 19 Ted Ginn Jr.

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23 LaMichael James 23 LaMichael James


2 Tyrod Taylor QB 6-1 215 4 Sam Koch P 6-1 220 5 Joe Flacco QB 6-6 245 9 Justin Tucker K 6-0 180 12 Jacoby Jones WR/RS 6-2 212 16 David Reed WR/RS 6-0 190 17 Tandon Doss WR 6-2 205 20 Ed Reed S 5-11 200 22 Jimmy Smith CB 6-2 210 23 Chykie Brown CB 5-11 190 24 Corey Graham CB 6-0 196 25 Asa Jackson CB/RS 5-10 190 27 Ray Rice RB 5-8 212 29 Cary Williams CB 6-1 190 30 Bernard Pierce RB 6-0 218 31 Bernard Pollard S 6-1 224 32 James Ihedigbo SS 6-1 214 35 Anthony Allen RB 6-1 230 37 Sean Considine S 6-0 212 38 Omar Brown S 5-11 195 39 Chris Johnson DB 6-1 200 44 Vonta Leach FB 6-0 260 46 Morgan Cox LS 6-4 241 50 Albert McClellan LB 6-2 255 51 Brendon Ayanbadejo LB 6-1 52 Ray Lewis ILB 6-1 250 54 Adrian Hamilton OLB 6-3 251 55 Terrell Suggs OLB 6-3 260 56 Josh Bynes LB 6-1 240 59 Dannell Ellerbe ILB 6-1 240 62 Terrence Cody NT 6-4 349 63 Bobbie Williams G 6-4 345 66 Gino Gradkowski G/C 6-3 300 70 Ramon Harewood T 6-6 340 72 Kelechi Osemele G/T 6-5 333 73 Marshal Yanda G/T 6-3 315 74 Michael Oher T 6-4 315 77 Matt Birk C 6-4 310 78 Bryant McKinnie T 6-8 360 81 Anquan Boldin WR 6-1 223 82 Torrey Smith WR 6-0 205 83 Deonte Thompson WR 6-0 200 84 Ed Dickson TE 6-4 255 86 Billy Bajema TE 6-4 259 88 Dennis Pitta TE 6-4 245 90 Pernell McPhee DE 6-3 280 91 Courtney Upshaw OLB 6-2 272 92 Haloti Ngata DT 6-4 330 93 DeAngelo Tyson DE 6-2 315 95 Bryan Hall DT 6-0 295 96 Ma’ake Kemoeatu NT 6-5 364 97 Arthur Jones DE 6-3 313 99 Paul Kruger OLB 6-4 265


2 David Akers K 5-10 200 3 Scott Tolzien QB 6-3 208 4 Andy Lee P 6-2 180 7 Colin Kaepernick QB 6-4 230 11 Alex Smith QB 6-4 217 14 Chad Hall WR 5-8 187 15 Michael Crabtree WR 6-1 214 17 A.J. Jenkins WR 6-0 192 19 Ted Ginn Jr. WR 5-11 180 20 Perrish Cox DB 6-0 198 21 Frank Gore RB 5-9 217 22 Carlos Rogers CB 6-0 192 23 LaMichael James RB 5-9 195 24 Anthony Dixon RB 6-1 233 25 Tarell Brown CB 5-10 193 26 Tramaine Brock DB 5-10 197 27 C.J. Spillman S 6-0 199 28 Darcel McBath S 6-1 198 29 Chris Culliver CB 6-0 199 30 Trenton Robinson S 5-9 193 31 Donte Whitner S 5-10 208 33 Jewel Hampton RB 5-9 210 38 Dashon Goldson S 6-2 200 46 DelanieWalker TE 6-0 242 48 Will Tukuafu FB/DT 6-4 293 49 Bruce Miller FB 6-2 248 50 Cam Johnson LB 6-3 268 51 Clark Haggans LB 6-4 243 52 Patrick Willis LB 6-1 240 53 NaVorro Bowman LB 6-0 242 54 Larry Grant LB 6-1 251 55 Ahmad Brooks LB 6-3 259 56 Tavares Gooden LB 6-1 242 57 Michael Wilhoite LB 6-0 240 59 Jonathan Goodwin C 6-3 318 63 Tony Jerod-Eddie DT 6-5 301 66 Joe Looney G 6-3 309 67 Daniel Kilgore G 6-3 308 68 Leonard Davis G 6-6 350 74 Joe Staley T 6-5 315 75 Alex Boone G/T 6-8 300 76 Anthony Davis T 6-5 323 77 Mike Iupati G 6-5 331 81 Garrett Celek TE 6-5 252 84 Randy Moss WR 6-4 210 85 Vernon Davis TE 6-3 250 86 Brian Jennings TE/LS 6-5 242 90 Isaac Sopoaga DT 6-2 330 91 Ray McDonald DT 6-3 290 93 Ian Williams DT 6-1 305 94 Justin Smith DT 6-4 285 95 Ricky Jean Francois DT 6-3 295 99 Aldon Smith LB 6-4 258

two Mannings on opposite teams. But while the NFC appeared unstoppable on offense, with nearly each player putting up fantasyworthy lines in limited play, the AFC had five turnovers and scored most of its points well after the game was no longer competitive. Minnesota tight end Kyle Rudolph was voted the game’s MVP with five catches for 122 yards and a touchdown. “Guys were competing, guys wanted to win and guys want to keep the game here,” Rudolph insisted. “That was the point before the game. We want to keep this game rolling for future Pro Bowlers.” Watt, who had 201⁄2 sacks for Houston, lined up as a wide receiver on the AFC’s third play from scrimmage, but missed a pass from Denver quarterback Peyton Manning. He was targeted one more time, but didn’t make a catch.

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Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis leaves the field after the AFC Championship Game against the Patriots on Jan. 20 in Foxborough, Mass. The Ravens won 28-13 to advance to Super Bowl XLVII.

Ravens, 49ers pack big-hitting defenses By HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press OWINGS MILLS, Md. – It was as if linebacker Ray Lewis, safety Bernard Pollard and the rest of the Baltimore Ravens’ defense set out to provide a quarter-by-quarter demonstration of how they do business. About 11 minutes into the AFC Championship Game against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, Lewis drew a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty for a helmet-to-helmet hit that pushed tight end Aaron Hernandez’s chin strap up near his nose. Then, in the second quarter, linebacker Dannell Ellerbe gave New England another free 15 yards by hitting an offensive lineman in the face mask in response to an afterthe-play shove. Fast-forward to early in the third, and Pollard was flagged

for his team’s third personal foul of the day, thanks to a leaping hit against the helmet of receiver Wes Welker. Two plays later, Welker dropped a third-down pass. And finally, a couple of minutes into the fourth, Pollard struck again. No penalty was called this time, but his helmet-to-helmet hit on Stevan Ridley resulted in a fumble and left the running back on his back, looking limp and helpless. Ridley left the game with a head injury, while the Ravens recovered the football and were on their way to Sunday’s Super Bowl against the equally aggressive San Francisco 49ers. In an age of high-powered offenses in the NFL – this season’s games featured 45.5 points, the highest average since 1965 – and increasingly safety-conscious officials, a pair of hard-hitting, oft-penalized defenses are meeting

for the championship. Those second-half shutouts of the Patriots and Atlanta Falcons in the conference title games were only the latest reminder from the 49ers and Ravens that defense still matters. Sometimes it isn’t about some sort of newfangled, complicated Xs-and-Os defense, either. It’s about players pushing it to the limit – and, sometimes, perhaps beyond – in a league that has been taking steps to rein in certain kinds of hits. “Being physical? That’s vital, man. That’s what we live by,” Baltimore cornerback Cary Williams said. “That’s something that Ray Lewis established here back in ’96, and we’re going to continue to do that. It’s been, I guess, in our bloodline. It’s in our DNA. We don’t bring in guys that’s timid. We don’t bring in guys that’s not going to hit anybody.”


Smith beats DBs, adversity By DAVID GINSBURG The Associated Press OWINGS MILLS, Md.– On game day, Torrey Smith is a whirlwind of dreadlocks, speed and big-play catches. None of this provides a hint of the hurdles he had to overcome to become the deep threat the Baltimore Ravens needed to make it to the Super Bowl. After helping his single mother raise six other children, a chore that included working after school as a teenager, Smith accepted a scholarship to the University of Maryland. He played three seasons, scoring 22 touchdowns – including three on kickoff returns – before throwing his name into the mix for the 2011 NFL Draft. Smith was selected in the second round by Baltimore, and as rookie he quickly displayed the ability to get downfield, although his inexperience resulted in several costly dropped passes. Early this season, Smith

ran sharper patterns and rarely let a ball slip through his fingers. But tragedy struck less than 24 hours before the Ravens faced New England on Sept. 23: Smith’s younger brother, Tevin Jones, was killed in a motorcycle accident in Virginia. Smith left the team to Torrey Smith join his family, then returned to catch six passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns to help Baltimore earn a 31-30 victory. “Incredible,” teammate Jacoby Jones said last week. “I’m not sure many people could perform under those circumstances, let alone play so well. I really do admire him for that.” Smith finished the regular season with eight TD catches and ranked fourth in the NFL with 17.4 yards a reception. In the second round of the playoffs, he twice

burned standout cornerback Champ Bailey for long scores in the Ravens’ 38-35 playoff win over top-seeded Denver. Smith then contributed four catches for 69 yards as Baltimore defeated New England, 28-13, to advance to a Super Bowl showdown with San Francisco this Sunday. Smith revealed after the AFC title game that several Patriots fans took to insulting him on Twitter. “Played a lot of games since my brothers death and I never received as many rude tweets after a win than Sunday...yet NE fans cry about class,” he tweeted. Asked in New England how the Ravens emerged as conference champions despite being decided underdogs, Smith replied, “It’s who we are. That’s what our city is, a tough city. You get knocked down, you’ve got to get back up. That’s how life is. You just can’t lay down and roll over. You’ve got to continue to fight.” And so it is with Smith.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Alex Smith ran off the field at Candlestick Park two weeks ago to a standing ovation and cheers from the sellout crowd, not much different from the reception last January when he took the San Francisco 49ers oh so close to a Super Bowl. Now relegated to a backup role with the NFC champions, Smith’s trip to the Big Easy this week leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl against Alex Smith Baltimore is hardly how he envisioned it. This used to be his team. Now, he plays Joe Flacco in practice. Smith expected to be under center chasing the franchise’s sixth championship, not watching strong-armed second-year pro Colin Kaepernick direct the offense against Ravens star Ray Lewis and Co. “I think a lot’s being made of that. For one, I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a little bittersweet,” Smith said. “Yeah, I want to be out there. That’s what you work for. Coming into the season, that’s what I was thinking about. That was the mindset for me; that was the goal for me. At the same time, it is a team sport and these are all my teammates.” As he has done during each such trying time in an up-anddown career full of them, Smith has handled the change with class and the shared team-first attitude that is a big reason his club made it this far. And Smith, the No. 1 pick from the 2005 draft out of Utah, left no doubt that he would appreciate and relish the rare opportunity before him. “Absolutely, yes, very much so,” Smith said of enjoying this experience despite the highprofile, midseason demotion. Smith acknowledged when he lost the job to Kaepernick in November that he had done nothing wrong but get hurt. Not only had he completed 26 of his previous 28 passes – 18 of 19 for 232 yards and three touchdowns without an interception and a 157.1 passer rating in a Monday Night Football win Oct. 29 at Arizona – but Smith earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after that victory. He then suffered a concussion in the second quarter of a 24-24 tie against St. Louis on Nov. 11. He sat out the next game as Kaepernick dazzled in his debut as an NFL starter, beating the Bears handily at home on Monday Night Football. After that, coach Jim Harbaugh stuck with the “hot hand,” as he regularly put it, while complicating matters by still referring to Smith as


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Hawks’ special teams no longer a liability By TOM MUSICK

CHICAGO – The Blackhawks’ penalty-killing unit proved to be a weakness last season. Not anymore. The Hawks’ penalty killers went 6 for 6 Sunday against the Detroit Red Wings and improved to 22 for 23 on the season. By stifling the Wings’ powerplay unit, the Hawks earned a 2-1 overtime win and improved to 6-0-0 for the first time in franchise history. “I think that’s what won us the game tonight,” said Hawks goaltender Corey Crawford, who stopped 29-of-30 shots to improve to 5-0-0 this season. “The [penalty kill] in the second period was really good.” The Hawks killed off two penalties in the first period and four penalties in the second period. That included a 5-on-3 advantage for 43 seconds in the

second period when both Marcus Kruger and Brent Seabrook served penalties. Crawford said his teammates helped him in net by steering the puck to the boards. “We’re able to force teams to the outside,” Crawford said. “It seems like every time someone tries to come through the middle, we’re able to cut it off or get a stick on it. And our guys came up with some big blocks tonight on the ‘PK.’ ” Block party: Crawford wasn’t kidding about his teammates blocking shots. Niklas Hjalmarsson, Johnny Oduya and Seabrook blocked four shots apiece against the Wings to tie for the team lead. Dirty work is nothing new for the Hawks’ defensemen. Seabrook leads all NHL players with 19 blocked shots this season, while Hjalmarsson is third in the league with 16.


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SAN JOSE, Calif. – Joe Pavelski had two goals, Patrick Marleau scored again – though only once – and the San Jose Sharks stayed undefeated with a 4-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday. Joe Thornton also scored for the Sharks, who improved to 5-0-0. Antti Niemi made 23 saves as coach Todd McLellan earned his 200th career victory. Marleau scored two goals in each of the first four games of the season, becoming the first NHL player do pull of that trick since 1917. Alexandre Burrows scored for the Canucks, who had a three-game unbeaten streak end. Cory Schneider also stopped 23 shots. Jets 5, Islanders 4 (OT): At Winnipeg, Manitoba, Evander Kane scored 1:59 into overtime to give Winnipeg (3-1-1) a comefrom-behind victory. Kane, who also had an assist, tapped the puck in past goalie Evgeni Nabokov after a rebound from a long Olli Jokinen shot. John Tavares had a goal and two assists for the Islanders (2-3-0). Blues 5, Wild 4 (OT): At St. Louis, Vladimir Sobotka scored from close range at 2:16 of overtime to give St. Louis a victory. St. Louis is 5-1, its best start since winning seven of its first eight in 1997-98. Coming off a 4-3 victory in Dallas on Saturday night, the Blues improved to 3-0 at home.

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ington, Alex Ovechkin scored his first goal of the season, and Washington became the last NHL team to get a win. After a fruitless first week, Ovechkin found the net with a one-timer from the left circle on a power play with 14:49 remaining in the game. Joel Ward had a goal and an assist, John Erskine also scored, and Michal Neuvirth made 22 saves for the Capitals, who had opened with four consecutive losses for the first time since the 1993-94 season.

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At Ottawa, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and James Neal scored in the shootout to give Pittsburgh a victory against Ottawa. Neal also scored in regulation to help the Penguins snap a two-game skid.

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At Montreal, Andrei Markov scored 4:22 into overtime on a power play as Montreal recovered from blowing a two-goal lead to defeat New Jersey. Markov was at the edge of the crease and lifted the rebound of Rene Bourque’s shot off the end boards into an open side for his fourth goal. Brendan Gallagher scored his first NHL goal and linemate Brandon Prust got his first with the Canadiens. Ryan White also scored for Montreal. Lightning 5, Flyers 1: At Tampa, Fla., Teddy Purcell had a goal and two assists, Martin St. Louis contributed four assists, and the Tampa Bay beat Philadelphia.


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BOSTON – Paul Pierce hit a go-ahead jumper with 31 seconds left in the second overtime and the Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat 100-98 on Sunday, then learned AllStar point guard Rajon Rondo will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Rondo will have surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. He was hurt late in Boston’s 123-112 loss, also in two overtimes, to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night. It was the first game in Boston for Ray Allen since he left the Celtics after five seasons and signed as a free agent with Miami. He scored 21 points. Kevin Garnett had 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Pierce added 17 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists for the Celtics, who ended a six-game losing streak, their longest in six seasons. Lakers 105, Thunder 96: At Los Angeles, Kobe Bryant had 21 points, 14 assists and nine rebounds, Steve Nash added seven of his 17 points in the final 5½ minutes, and Los Angeles held off NBA-leading Oklahoma City. Knicks 106, Hawks 104: At

New York, Carmelo Anthony tied a franchise record with nine 3-pointers, then converted a go-ahead, three-point play with 12.5 seconds left to cap a 42-point night and lead New York to the victory.

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At Los Angeles, Blake Griffin had 23 points and nine assists, helping Los Angeles stop a four-game losing streak. Mavericks 110, Suns 95: At Dallas, Shawn Marion scored 18 points for Dallas in his 1,000th game, and Dirk Nowitzki also had 18 while passing Allen Iverson on the career scoring list. Hornets 91, Grizzlies 83: At Memphis, Tenn., Ryan Anderson scored 22 points for New Orleans, connecting on seven 3-pointers. Anderson was 7 of 13 from the field, all of his attempts coming from outside the arc. Fellow reserve Jason Smith was 5 of 7 from the field for 16 points, and Anthony Davis was the only New Orleans starter to finish in double figures with 10 points. Pistons 104, Magic 102: At Orlando, Fla., Brandon Knight had a career-high 31 points, including five 3-pointers, and Greg Monroe scored 17 to lead Detroit to the road win.

Not the same: Something was missing as the Hawks and Red Wings renewed their rivalry. Longtime defenseman Niklas Lidstrom, who spent 20 seasons with the Red Wings from 1991-92 to 2011-2012, was not on the ice. The future Hall of Famer retired at the end of last season after playing in 1,564 games, which ranks No. 10 in NHL history. Lidstrom played 119 career games against the Blackhawks, which trailed only the St. Louis Blues (121 games) as his most common opponent. During his career against the Hawks, Lidstrom notched 30 goals, 58 assists and a plus-25 rating. Hawks bits: Forward Brandon Bollig and defenseman Michael Rozsival were healthy scratches as teammates AP photo Jamal Mayers and Sheldon Brookbank remained in the lineup. … Nick Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford (left) stops a shot by Red Wings forward JoLeddy’s overtime goal marked the first han Franzen during Sunday’s game at the United Center. The Hawks won, 2-1, in game-winner of his three-year career. overtime.

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Continued from page B1 A referee’s whistle blew, and play stopped while the net was restored to its proper place. No one saw Bickell’s miscue except for 21,607 fans and dozens of grinning teammates. “He has a tendency to do some funny things every now and then,” forward Viktor Stalberg said with a laugh. “But that’s the first time I’ve seen a toe-picktake-the-goal-post-out.” Stalberg couldn’t stop chuckling at the replay in his head. “I’m sure we’ll get a highlight reel out of that for tomorrow’s video session,” he said. These are happy times for the Hawks. How could they not be? After the win, Hawks coach Joel Quenneville deflected all praise for the team’s historic start to his players. This wasn’t about line changes or coaching strategy. This was about effort. “They’re the ones doing it,” Quenneville said.

And they’re doing it so well. “It’s fun,” Stalberg said. “The most encouraging part is we’re playing good hockey. We’re not just winning fluke games. “I think we’re playing good all three zones, and we’re getting rewarded for it.” By the time the Blackhawks return to the United Center for their next home game Feb. 12, Cubs and White Viktor Stalberg Sox pitchers and catchers will have reported to spring training. Derrick Rose could be on the court for the Bulls. Who knows? Maybe the Hawks will have a loss by the time they return. Even so, everything is lining up well for the Hawks. A lengthy lockout allowed Marian Hossa to recover fully from a severe concussion that he suffered in April during the playoffs. It allowed Patrick Kane to join a team in Switzerland and return to the NHL with a renewed focus to go along

with his dazzling playmaking skills. It allowed Corey Crawford to move past his sophomore slump and reassert his No. 1 status. Now, a six-game, 10-day road trip will allow the Hawks to bond during card games and “Mario Kart” tournaments and whatever else hockey players do with their spare time. The road trip will require the Hawks to zigzag across the Western Conference. They’ll travel 333 miles to Minnesota, 1,430 miles to Vancouver, 427 miles to Calgary, 1,030 miles to San Jose, 620 miles to Phoenix and 1,440 miles to Nashville before the 409-mile trip home. Added up: 5,689 miles. The playoffs are many, many miles beyond that. But the Hawks’ first steps of the season have been flawless. They know the way to the summit. They’ve been there before.

• Northwest Herald columnist Tom Musick can be reached at tmusick@ Follow him on Twitter @tcmusick.

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“I thought we really carried the play in the last 30 minutes of the game,” Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said. “They were better than us early. They outskated us, and then we really dug in and got playing a while. We had every opportunity to win the game.” Injury-depleted Detroit has gone just 2 for 26 with the man advantage so far. “We’ve got to shoot the puck a little more and maybe things will be a little different,” Franzen said. “It think it’s just a matter of getting the shots and getting the traffic.” Howard, who has started all five of Detroit’s games, made 25 saves. The Hawks have won four straight against Detroit, dating to Feb. 21, 2012. The Hawks and Red Wings met for the 722th time, the most of any two NHL opponents. Sunday’s game was only the Hawks’ second at home.


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Wild-card Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 5 Houston 19, Cincinnati 13 Green Bay 24, Minnesota 10 Sunday, Jan. 6 Baltimore 24, Indianapolis 9 Seattle 24, Washington 14 Divisional Playoffs Saturday, Jan. 12 Baltimore 38, Denver 35, 2OT San Francisco 45, Green Bay 31 Sunday, Jan. 13 Atlanta 30, Seattle 28 New England 41, Houston 28 Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 20 San Francisco 28, Atlanta 24 Baltimore 28, New England 13 Pro Bowl Sunday At Honolulu NFC 62, AFC 35 Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3 At New Orleans Baltimore vs. San Francisco, 6 p.m. (CBS)

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First Quarter AFC–Green 6 pass from P.Manning (Dawson kick), 14:01. NFC–Jackson 36 pass from Brees (Walsh kick), 10:09. Second Quarter NFC–FG Walsh 48, 14:54. AFC–D.Johnson 42 interception return (Dawson kick), 11:14. NFC–Cruz 9 pass from E.Manning (Walsh kick), 7:00. NFC–Lynch 1 run (Walsh kick), 1:41. NFC–Rudolph 3 pass from E.Manning (Walsh kick), :00. Third Quarter NFC–Martin 28 pass from Wilson (Walsh kick), 12:56. AFC–Cribbs 4 pass from Schaub (Dawson kick), 6:21. NFC–Fitzgerald 9 pass from Wilson (Walsh kick), 3:52. NFC–Jackson 5 pass from Wilson (Walsh kick), 1:51. Fourth Quarter NFC–FG Walsh 26, 14:38. AFC–Green 4 pass from Luck (Dawson kick), 11:36. NFC–Felton 3 run (Walsh kick), 7:55. AFC–Green 49 pass from Luck (Dawson kick), 5:54. A–47,134. First downs Total Net Yards Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession




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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING–AFC, Charles 3-12, Schaub 1-11, Reece 1-1, Luck 1-0, Foster 3-(minus 2), Spiller 1-(minus 2), Wayne 1-(minus 5). NFC, Lynch 4-21, Felton 4-18, A.Peterson 5-13, Wilson 4-10, Martin 3-8, L.Washington 5-7, Brees 2-1. PASSING–AFC, Luck 12-19-1-205, Schaub 12-22-2-113, P.Manning 6-12-043. NFC, E.Manning 16-23-1-191, Brees 8-11-0-131, Wilson 8-10-0-98. RECEIVING–AFC, Green 7-119, D.Thomas 5-52, Daniels 4-45, Spiller 4-25, Cribbs 3-56, A.Johnson 3-34, Wayne 2-12, Slater 1-13, Gresham 1-5. NFC, Cruz 1096, Jackson 6-91, Fitzgerald 6-59, Rudolph 5-122, Martin 3-40, Witten 2-12. MISSED FIELD GOALS–None.

Pro Bowl MVPs 2013 — Kyle Rudolph, TE, Minnesota 2012 — Brandon Marshall, WR, Miami 2011 — DeAngelo Hall, CB, Washington 2010 — Matt Schaub, QB, Houston 2009 — Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona 2008 — Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota 2007 — Carson Palmer, QB, Cincinnati 2006 — Derrick Brooks, LB, Tampa Bay 2005 — Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis 2004 — Marc Bulger, QB, St. Louis 2003 — Ricky Williams, RB, Miami 2002 — Rich Gannon, QB, Oakland 2001 — Rich Gannon, QB, Oakland 2000 — Randy Moss, WR, Minnesota 1999 — Keyshawn Johnson, WR, New York Jets, and Ty Law, CB, New England 1998 — Warren Moon, QB, Seattle 1997 — Mark Brunell, QB, Jacksonville 1996 — Jerry Rice, WR, San Francisco 1995 — Marshall Faulk, RB, Indianapolis 1994 — Andre Rison, WR, Atlanta 1993 — Steve Tasker, WR, Buffalo 1992 — Michael Irvin, WR, Dallas 1991 — Jim Kelly, QB, Buffalo 1990 — Jerry Gray, CB, Los Angeles Rams 1989 — Randall Cunningham, QB, Philadelphia 1988 — Bruce Smith, DE, Buffalo 1987 — Reggie White, DE, Philadelphia 1986 — Phil Simms, QB, New York Giants 1985 — Mark Gastineau, DE, New York Jets 1984 — Joe Theismann, QB, Washington 1983 — Dan Fouts, QB, San Diego, and John Jefferson, WR, Green Bay 1982 — Lee Roy Selmon, DE, Tampa Bay, and Kellen Winslow, TE, San Diego 1981 — Ed Murray, PK, Detroit 1980 — Chuck Muncie, RB, New Orleans 1979 — Ahmad Rashad, WR, Minnesota 1978 — Walter Payton, RB, Bears 1977 — Mel Blount, DB, Pittsburgh 1976 — Billy “White Shoes” Johnson, WR, Houston 1975 — James Harris, QB, Los Angeles 1974 — Garo Yepremian, PK, Miami 1973 — O.J Simpson, RB, Buffalo 1972 — Back-Jan Stenerud, PK, Kansas City; Lineman-Willie Lanier, LB, Kansas City 1971 — Back-Mel Renfro, WR, Dallas; Lineman-Fred Carr, LB, Green Bay

BALTIMORE RAVENS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS — RAVENS: QUESTIONABLE: WR Anquan Boldin (shoulder), NT Terrence Cody (foot), WR Tandon Doss (ankle), LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle, back), S James Ihedigbo (knee), CB Asa Jackson (thigh), RB Vonta Leach (knee, ankle), LB Ray Lewis (triceps), LB Albert McClellan (shoulder), DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), DT Haloti Ngata (knee), RB Bernard Pierce (knee), TE Dennis Pitta (thigh), S Bernard Pollard (chest), WR David Reed (thigh), S Ed Reed (shoulder), CB Jimmy Smith (abdomen), LB Terrell Suggs (Achilles, biceps), G Marshal Yanda (shoulder). 49ERS: QUESTIONABLE: LB NaVorro Bowman (shoulder), TE Garrett Celek (foot). PROBABLE: LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), CB Tarell Brown (shoulder), RB Frank Gore (ankle, shoulder), LB Clark Haggans (shoulder), G Mike Iupati (shoulder), RB LaMichael James (back), RB Bruce Miller (shoulder), LB Aldon Smith (shoulder), DT Justin Smith (elbow, triceps), LB Patrick Willis (shoulder). San Francisco 49ers Franchise Draft 2000 — TE Brian Jennings 7th-B. 2004 — DT Isaao Sopoaga 4th-A; P Andy Lee 6th-A. 2005 — QB Alex Smith 1st; RB Frank Gore 3rd-A. 2006 — TE Vernon Davis 1st-A; TE Delanie Walker 6th-A. 2007 — LB Patrick Willis 1st-A; OT Joe Staley 1st-B; DT Ray McDonald 3rd-B; S Dashon Goldson 4th-B; CB Tarell Brown 5th. 2009 — WR Michael Crabtree 1st; DT Ricky Jean Francois 7th-B. 2010 — OT Anthony Davis 1st-A; G Mike Iupati 1st-B; LB NaVarro Bowman 3rd; RB Anthony Dixon 6th-A. 2011 — LB Aldon Smith 1st; QB Colin Kaepernick 2nd; CB Chris Culliver 3rd; G Daniel Kilgore 5th; FB Bruce Miller 7th-A. 2012 — WR A.J. Jenkins 1st; RB LaMichael James 2nd; G Joe Looney, 4th; S Trenton Robinson 6th-A; LB Cam Johnson 7th. Free Agents 2009 — G-T Alex Boone. 2010 — DB Tramaine Brock; FB-DT Will Tukuafu. 2011 — K David Akers; LB Tavares Gooden; C Jonathan Goodwin; LB Larry Grant; WR Chad Hall; CB Carlos Rogers; S Donte Whitner; LB Michael Wilhoite; DT Ian williams. 2012 — TE Garrett Celek; DB Perrish Cox; RB Jewel Hampton; DT Tony JerodEddie; S Darcel McBath; WR Randy Moss. Unrestricted Free Agents 2008 — DT Justin Smith (Cincinnati) 2012 — G Leonard Davis (Detroit); LB Clark Haggans (Arizona) Trade 2010 — WR Ted Ginn Jr. (Miami) Waivers 2008 — LB Ahmad Brooks (Cincinnati) 2010 — S C.J. Spillman (San Diego) 2011 — QB Scott Tolzien (San Diego) Baltimore Ravens Franchise Draft 1996 — LB Ray Lewis 1st-B. 2002 — S Ed Reed 1st. 2003 — LB Terrell Suggs 1st-A. 2006 — DT Haloti Ngata 1st; P Sam Koch 6th-A. 2007 — G-T Marshai Yanda 3rd-B. 2008 — QB Joe Flacco 1st; RB Ray Rice 2nd. 2009 — OT Michael Oher 1st; LB Paul Kruger 2nd; CB Cary Williams. 2010 — NT Terrence Cody 2nd-B; TE Ed Dickson 3rd; TE Dennis Pitta 4th; WR David Reed 5th-A; DE Arthur Jones 5th-B; OT Ramon Harewood 6th. 2011 — CB Jimmy Smith 1st; WR Torrey Smith 2nd; WR Tandon Dozz 4th; CB Chykie Brown 5th-A; DE Pernell McPhee 5th-B; QB Tyrod Taylor 6th; RB Anthony Allen 7th. 2012 — LB Courtney Upshaw 2nd-A; G-T Kelechi Osemele 2nd-B; G-C Gino Gradkowski 4th; CB Asa Jackson 5th; DE DeAngelo Tyson 7th. Free Agents 2009 — LB Dannell Ellerbe. 2010 — LS Morgan Cox; LB Art McClellan. 2011 — LB Josh Bynes; DT Bryan Hall; OT Bryant McKinnie. 2012 — S Omar Brown; S Sean Considine; CB Corey Graham; LB Adrian Hamilton; WR Jacoby Jones; NT Ma’ake Kemoeatu; RB Bernard Pierce; WR Deonte Thompson; K Justin Tucker. Unrestricted Free Agents 2008 — LB Brendon Ayanbadejo (Bears) 2009 — C Matt Birk (Minnesota) 2011 — FB Vonta Leach (Houston); S Bernard Pollard (Houston) 2012 — TE Billy Bajema (St. Louis); S James Ihedigbo (New England); G Bobbie Williams (Cincinnati) Trade 2010 — WR Anquan Boldin (Arizona)

nfl calendar March 9-11 — Clubs may enter negotiations with certified agents of players who will be unrestricted free agents at end of league year. March 12 — Before 3 p.m., clubs must exercise options for 2013 on all players who have option clauses in their 2012 contracts; clubs must submit qualifying offers to their restricted free agents with expiring contracts and to whom they desire to retain a right of first refusal/ compensation; clubs must submit a minimum salary offer to retain exclusive negotiating rights to players with expiring 2012 contracts and who have fewer than three seasons of free agency credit; all 2012 player contracts expire. All clubs must be under the salary cap. The 2013 league year, free agency and trading period begins at 3 p.m. March 17-20 — Annual league meeting, Phoenix April 25-27 — NFL draft, New York May 20-22 — NFL spring league Meeting, Boston Sept. 5, 8-9 — 2013 NFL season begins.

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european tour Qatar Masters At Doha Golf Club Doha, Qatar Purse: $2.5 million Yardage: 7,400; Par: 72 Final Round Leaders Chris Wood 67-70-64-69—270 Sergio Garcia 69-66-70-66—271 George Coetzee 69-67-70-65—271 Steve Webster 69-71-67-68—275 Alexander Noren 71-67-66-71—275 Anthony Wall 66-71-70-69—276 Branden Grace 70-68-67-71—276 Simon Khan 67-73-64-72—276 Andy Sullivan 67-71-74-65—277 Felipe Aguilar 69-67-73-68—277 Thongchai Jaidee 70-69-70-68—277 Mikko Ilonen 71-69-68-69—277 Victor Dubuisson 68-72-68-69—277 Jason Dufner 71-70-67-69—277 Martin Kaymer 68-67-72-70—277 Justin Rose 68-71-71-68—278 Prom Meesawat 71-71-68-68—278 Gnzlo Fernndz-Castano 69-70-68-68—278 Henrik Stenson 70-69-69-70—278 Gary Lockerbie 67-69-71-71—278 Michael Campbell 68-68-68-74—278 Also Peter Hanson 68-73-68-70—279 Matteo Manassero 69-72-71-67—279 Louis Oosthuizen 71-69-68-72—280 Paul Casey 70-68-72-71—281 Todd Hamilton 73-69-70-72—284 Ernie Els 72-71-74-76—293

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WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF Blackhawks 6 6 0 0 12 22 St. Louis 6 5 1 0 10 24 Detroit 5 2 2 1 5 11 Nashville 5 1 1 3 5 10 Columbus 5 1 3 1 3 9 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF Minnesota 5 2 2 1 5 13 Vancouver 5 2 2 1 5 14 Colorado 4 2 2 0 4 9 Edmonton 4 2 2 0 4 11 Calgary 4 1 2 1 3 11 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF San Jose 5 5 0 0 10 23 Anaheim 4 3 1 0 6 15 Dallas 5 2 2 1 5 11 Los Angeles 4 1 2 1 3 8 Phoenix 5 1 4 0 2 17 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF New Jersey 4 3 0 1 7 11 Pittsburgh 5 3 2 0 6 15 N.Y. Islanders 5 2 2 1 5 18 N.Y. Rangers 5 2 3 0 4 14 Philadelphia 6 2 4 0 4 13 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF Boston 4 3 0 1 7 12 Ottawa 5 3 1 1 7 16 Montreal 4 3 1 0 6 13 Buffalo 5 2 3 0 4 13 Toronto 5 2 3 0 4 14 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF Tampa Bay 5 4 1 0 8 24 Winnipeg 5 3 1 1 7 15 Carolina 4 2 2 0 4 11 Washington 5 1 3 1 3 11 Florida 5 1 4 0 2 8

GA 13 13 16 14 18 GA 15 16 9 13 15 GA 8 14 12 12 20 GA 7 14 18 16 18 GA 8 10 7 15 17 GA 13 14 13 19 19

NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Sunday’s Games Blackhawks 2, Detroit 1, OT Pittsburgh 2, Ottawa 1, SO Washington 3, Buffalo 2 Montreal 4, New Jersey 3, OT Tampa Bay 5, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 5, Minnesota 4, OT Winnipeg 5, N.Y. Islanders 4, OT San Jose 4, Vancouver 1 Today’s Games Boston at Carolina, 7 p.m. Dallas at Columbus, 7 p.m. Nashville at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Colorado at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Los Angeles 96, Vancouver 83 Tuesday’s Games New Jersey at Boston, 6 p.m. Toronto at Buffalo, 6 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m. Winnipeg at Montreal, 6:30 p.m. Washington at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. Florida at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Columbus at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Anaheim at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.

Blackhawks 2, Red Wings 1 (OT) Detroit Chicago

0 0 1 0

1 0 — 1 0 1 — 2

First Period–1, Chicago, Keith 1 (Seabrook, Hossa), 2:24 (pp). Penalties–

Huskins, Det (holding), 1:45; Toews, Chi (hooking), 4:34; Keith, Chi (tripping), 15:48. Second Period–None. Penalties–Kruger, Chi (holding stick), 7:22; Seabrook, Chi (high-sticking), 8:39; Chicago bench, served by Bickell (too many men), 10:58; Mayers, Chi (closing hand on puck), 17:29. Third Period–2, Detroit, Franzen 1 (Brunner, Zetterberg), 4:30. Penalties– Ericsson, Det (holding), 11:29; Zetterberg, Det (holding), 14:34. Overtime–3, Chicago, Leddy 1 (Stalberg, Toews), 2:45. Penalties–None. Shots on Goal–Detroit 11-9-9-1–30. Chicago 11-6-8-2–27. Power-play opportunities–Detroit 0 of 6; Chicago 1 of 3. Goalies–Detroit, Howard 2-2-1 (27 shots-25 saves). Chicago, Crawford 5-0-0 (30-29). A–21,607 (19,717). T–2:29. Referees–Brian Pochmara, Chris Rooney. Linesmen–Scott Cherrey, Jean Morin.

AHL WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Grand Rapids 24 14 2 2 52 136 119 Wolves 20 14 3 2 45 103 104 Milwaukee 19 17 3 3 44 111 118 Peoria 19 19 3 2 43 107 134 Rockford 20 21 1 1 42 132 138 North Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Abbotsford 22 13 3 4 51 98 89 Toronto 23 13 2 2 50 133 104 Lake Erie 23 16 2 2 50 133 130 Rochester 22 15 2 1 47 138 123 Hamilton 14 21 1 5 34 87 130 South Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Texas 26 12 4 2 58 128 112 Charlotte 26 14 2 3 57 141 115 Houston 21 15 4 3 49 120 119 Oklahoma City 20 17 2 4 46 132 143 San Antonio 18 22 0 4 40 108 123 EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Portland 25 16 1 1 52 127 130 Providence 22 16 0 3 47 105 111 Manchester 21 19 2 2 46 123 116 Worcester 20 17 1 4 45 107 123 St. John’s 19 22 1 2 41 104 128 East Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Binghamton 27 10 1 3 58 130 98 Syracuse 25 10 2 4 56 140 112 Wilkes-Barre 21 18 2 1 45 101 102 Hershey 20 19 2 2 44 109 105 Norfolk 18 21 2 1 39 103 122 Northeast Division W L OL SL Pts GF GA Springfield 25 11 3 3 56 140 102 Connecticut 20 20 3 1 44 124 136 Albany 17 14 1 8 43 108 108 Bridgeport 19 19 2 2 42 127 138 Adirondack 17 21 2 1 37 99 122 NOTE: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. Sunday’s Games No games scheduled Today’s Games Western Conference at Eastern Conference, 6 p.m.

basketball nba EASTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L Pct 26 17 .605 26 18 .591 23 19 .548 17 27 .386 13 32 .289 Atlantic Division W L Pct New York 27 15 .643 Brooklyn 26 18 .591 Boston 21 23 .477 Philadelphia 18 25 .419 Toronto 16 28 .364 Southeast Division W L Pct Miami 28 13 .683 Atlanta 25 19 .568 Orlando 14 29 .326 Washington 11 31 .262 Charlotte 11 32 .256 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct San Antonio 36 11 .766 Memphis 28 15 .651 Houston 24 22 .522 Dallas 19 25 .432 New Orleans 15 29 .341 Northwest Division W L Pct Oklahoma City 34 11 .756 Denver 27 18 .600 Utah 24 20 .545 Portland 22 22 .500 Minnesota 17 24 .415 Pacific Division W L Pct L.A. Clippers 33 13 .717 Golden State 26 17 .605 L.A. Lakers 19 25 .432 Sacramento 16 29 .356 Phoenix 15 30 .333 Bulls Indiana Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland

GB — ½ 2½ 9½ 14 GB — 2 7 9½ 12 GB — 4½ 15 17½ 18 GB — 6 11½ 15½ 19½ GB — 7 9½ 11½ 15 GB — 5½ 13 16½ 17½

Sunday’s Games Boston 100, Miami 98, 2OT L.A. Lakers 105, Oklahoma City 96 New Orleans 91, Memphis 83 Detroit 104, Orlando 102 New York 106, Atlanta 104 Dallas 110, Phoenix 95 L.A. Clippers 96, Portland 83 Today’s Games Charlotte at Bulls, 7 p.m. Memphis at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Golden State at Toronto, 6 p.m. Sacramento at Washington, 6 p.m. Orlando at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m. Indiana at Denver, 8 p.m. Houston at Utah, 8 p.m. Tuesday’s Games Golden State at Cleveland, 6 p.m. Milwaukee at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Portland, 9 p.m. New Orleans at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Saturday’s Games Washington 86, Bulls 73 Philadelphia 97, New York 80 Cleveland 99, Toronto 98 Charlotte 102, Minnesota 101 Houston 119, Brooklyn 106 San Antonio 108, Phoenix 99 Milwaukee 109, Golden State 102 Denver 121, Sacramento 93 Utah 114, Indiana 110, OT Portland 101, L.A. Clippers 100

men’s college Sunday’s Games MIDWEST Cent. Oklahoma 77, Emporia St. 71 Indiana 75, Michigan St. 70 Michigan 74, Illinois 60 Missouri St. 78, Drake 72 Purdue 65, Iowa 62, OT Washington (Mo.) 74, Case Reserve 69 EAST Carnegie-Mellon 75, Chicago 74 Cazenovia 98, SUNY-ESF 57 Emory 80, NYU 61 Fairfield 61, St. Peter’s 54 Iona 79, Loyola (Md.) 71 Keuka 89, Cobleskill 78 Lafayette 78, Lehigh 57 Manhattan 62, Rider 51 Niagara 66, Canisius 65 Penn St.-Abington 113, Penn StReading 105 Princeton 71, College of NJ 33 Rochester 69, Brandeis 65 Siena 79, Marist 75 St. John’s 71, Seton Hall 67 UConn 66, Rutgers 54 UMass 70, Richmond 65 Wells 87, SUNY-IT 77 Yeshiva 57, Mount St. Vincent 54 SOUTH Birmingham-Southern 68, Oglethorpe 53 Centre 70, Rhodes 55 Clemson 77, Virginia Tech 70 Miami 71, Florida St. 47 Millsaps 72, Berry 53 Sewanee 68, Hendrix 56 South Alabama 60, FIU 58 UNC Greensboro 77, Chattanooga 69 SOUTHWEST Southwestern (Texas) 62, Dallas 61 FAR WEST Colorado 81, California 71

week’s Top 25 Fared 1. Duke (17-2) lost to No. 25 Miami 90-63; beat Maryland 84-64. 2. Michigan (19-1) beat Purdue 68-53; beat Illinois 74-60. 3. Kansas (18-1) beat No. 11 Kansas State 59-55; beat Oklahoma 67-54. 3. Syracuse (18-2) beat No. 21 Cincinnati 57-55; lost to Villanova 75-71, OT. 5. Louisville (16-4) lost to Villanova 73-64; lost to Georgetown 53-51. 6. Arizona (17-2) lost to UCLA 84-73; beat Southern Cal 74-50. 7. Indiana (18-2) beat Penn State 7249; beat No. 13 Michigan State 75-70. 8. Florida (16-2) beat Georgia 64-47; beat Mississippi State 82-47. 9. Butler (17-3) lost to La Salle 54-53; beat Temple 83-71.

10. Gonzaga (19-2) beat BYU 83-63; beat San Francisco 66-52. 11. Kansas State (15-4) lost to No. 3 Kansas 59-55; lost to Iowa State 73-67. 12. Minnesota (15-5) lost to Northwestern 55-48; lost to Wisconsin 45-44. 13. Michigan State (17-4) beat Wisconsin 49-47; lost to No. 7 Indiana 75-70. 14. Ohio State (15-4) beat Iowa 72-63; beat Penn State 65-51. 15. New Mexico (17-3) beat Colorado State 66-61; lost to San Diego State 55-34. 16. Oregon (18-2) beat Washington State 68-61; beat Washington 81-76. 17. Creighton (18-3) lost to Drake 7469; beat Southern Illinois 81-51. 18. N.C. State (16-4) lost to Wake Forest 86-84; beat North Carolina 91-83. 19. VCU (16-5) lost to Richmond 86-74, OT; lost to La Salle 69-61. 20. Wichita State (19-2) beat Missouri State 62-52; beat Bradley 73-39. 21. Cincinnati (16-4) lost to No. 3 Syracuse 57-55. 22. Missouri (15-4) beat South Carolina 71-65; beat Vanderbilt 81-59. 23. Mississippi (17-2) beat Tennessee 62-56; beat Auburn 63-61. 24. Notre Dame (16-4) lost to Georgetown 63-47; beat South Florida 73-65. 25. Miami (14-3) beat No. 1 Duke 90-63; beat Florida State 71-47.

women’s college Sunday’s Games MIDWEST Bowling Green 61, E. Michigan 47 Butler 65, VCU 45 Charlotte 71, Saint Louis 54 Creighton 79, Bradley 67 Dayton 83, UMass 44 Drake 63, N. Iowa 55 Emporia St. 89, Cent. Oklahoma 57 Iowa 63, Michigan 57 Miami (Ohio) 76, Kent St. 48 Missouri St. 79, S. Illinois 72 Penn St. 71, Ohio St. 56 Purdue 67, Michigan St. 62, OT Wichita St. 49, Evansville 45 EAST Albany Pharmacy 86, Yeshiva 55 Carnegie-Mellon 76, Chicago 68 Delaware 65, Drexel 56 Duquesne 68, Fordham 50 Gallaudet 66, St. Elizabeth 52 George Washington 57, Rhode Island 43 Keuka 72, Cobleskill 56 La Salle 71, Temple 55 Loyola (Md.) 64, Iona 43 Maine Maritime 77, Maine-Presque Isle 41 Niagara 62, Canisius 49 Penn St.-Berks 78, Wilson 69 Pine Manor 69, New Rochelle 51 Rider 69, Fairfield 57 Rochester 72, Brandeis 58 SUNY-IT 77, Wells 59 Seton Hall 45, Rutgers 42 St. Peter’s 60, Manhattan 49 Towson 55, UNC Wilmington 53 Penn st-reading 89, Penn St.-Abington 72 SOUTH Christopher Newport 75, Meredith 54 Duke 80, Boston College 56 East Carolina 55, Tulane 52 Emory 73, NYU 49 FIU 50, South Alabama 46 Florida St. 70, Virginia Tech 56 Georgia 69, Florida 52 Georgia College 68, Young Harris 55 Georgia St. 64, George Mason 52 Hendrix 60, Sewanee 49 James Madison 85, Hofstra 62 Kentucky 73, LSU 60 LaGrange 94, Greensboro 73 Louisville 57, St. John’s 54 Maryland 80, Clemson 40 Methodist 70, Piedmont 64 Middle Tennessee 79, W. Kentucky 57 Millsaps 70, Berry 56

Week’s Top 25 Fared 1. Baylor (18-1) beat No. 24 Iowa State 66-51; beat No. 20 Oklahoma 82-65. 2. Notre Dame (18-1) beat Pittsburgh 73-47; beat Providence 89-44. 3. UConn (18-1) beat No. 4 Duke 79-49; beat Cincinnati 67-31. 4. Duke (18-1) lost to No. 3 UConn 79-49; beat Clemson 60-46; beat Boston College 80-56. 5. Kentucky (19-2) lost to No. 18 South Carolina 55-50; beat LSU 73-60. 6. Stanford (18-2) beat Utah 65-44; beat No. 20 Colorado 69-56. 7. California (17-2) beat No. 20 Colorado 59-56; beat Utah 71-54. 8. Penn State (17-2) beat No. 23 Michigan 59-49; beat Minnesota 64-59; beat Ohio State 71-56. 9. Tennessee (16-3) beat Vanderbilt 83-75. 10. Maryland (17-3) beat No. 11 North Carolina 85-59; beat Clemson 80-40. 11. North Carolina (19-2) lost to No. 10 Maryland 85-59; beat Miami 64-62. 12. Oklahoma State (15-3) lost to Kansas State 76-70, OT; beat Kansas 65-52. 13. Louisville (17-4) beat Marquette 64-63; beat St. John’s 57-54. 14. Georgia (17-3) beat Florida 69-52. 15. Purdue (17-3) beat Northwestern 77-73; beat No. 25 Michigan State 67-62. 16. Texas A&M (16-5) beat Mississippi State 81-33; beat Missouri 77-58. 17. Dayton (17-1) beat George Washington 80-52; beat UMass 83-44. 18. South Carolina (18-3) beat No. 5 Kentucky 55-50; beat Arkansas 43-40. 19. UCLA (15-4) beat Arizona 73-57; beat Arizona State 54-50. 20. Colorado (15-4) lost to No. 7 California 59-56; lost to No. 6 Stanford 69-56. 20. Oklahoma (15-4) lost to No. 1 Baylor 82-65. 22. Florida State (17-3) beat Georgia Tech 76-71; beat Virginia Tech 70-56. 23. Michigan (16-4) lost to No. 8 Penn State 59-49; beat Indiana 61-43; lost to Iowa 63-57. 24. Iowa State (14-4) lost to No. 1 Baylor 66-51; beat West Virginia 53-49. 25. Michigan State (16-4) lost to Nebraska 59-54; lost to No. 15 Purdue 67-62.




CHARLOTTE 7 p.m. CSN AM-1000



at Milwaukee 7 p.m. CSN AM-1000

at Brooklyn 6:30 p.m. CSN AM-1000

at Minnesota 7 p.m. NBCSN AM-720

at Vancouver 9 p.m. CSN+ AM-720 at Milwaukee 7 p.m. CN100


6 p.m.: Alabama State at Texas Southern, ESPNU 8 p.m.: Kansas at West Virginia, ESPN 8 p.m.: South Florida at Marquette, ESPNU


1 p.m.: PGA Tour, Farmers Insurance Open, final round, CBS



6 p.m.: Notre Dame at Tennessee, ESPN2 6 p.m.: Indiana at Northwestern, BTN 8 p.m.: Illinois at Minnesota, BTN

6 p.m.: Pittsburgh at Louisville, ESPN 6 p.m.: Delaware at Drexel, NBCSN

PREPS competitive cheerleading

betting odds

Gregoire, C-G Herscha, WN

Saturday’s Results

Byron Sectional Medium Team Team scores: 1. Wauconda* 89.40; 2. Antioch* 88.57; 3. Grayslake Central* 87.67; 4. Richmond-Burton* 86.67; 5. Hampshire* 84.87; 6. Lakes 84.37; 7. Boylan 80.37; 8. Rochelle 78.27; 9. Sycamore 77.57; 10. Kaneland 77.33; 11. Freeport 76.80; 12. Burlington Central 75.33; 13. Woodstock North 71.63; 14. Rockford Lutheran 71.27; 15. Sterling 69.80 Large Team Team scores: 1. Cary-Grove* 88.03; 2. Grayslake North* 87.17; 3. Crystal Lake Central* 87.10; 4. Huntley* 86.53; 5. Guilford* 86.47; 6. Jacobs 83.93; 7. Dundee-Crown 81.70; 8. Zion-Benton 80.60; 9. Crystal Lake South 80.53; 10. Warren 79.40; 11. Rockford East 78.93; 12. Carmel 78.73; 13. McHenry 78.23; 14. Harlem 77.47; 15. Prairie Ridge 76.97; 16. DeKalb 74.60; 17. Libertyville 71.73; 18. Jefferson 71.57 *Advance to State Finals Competition Feb 1-2 at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington.

fencing Saturday’s Results

Midwest High School Open in Culver, Ind.

Caleb Blankenbaker’s, 28th boy’s foil Nathan Choquette, 37th boy’s foil Connor Grieg, 40th boy’s foil Alexandra Krak, 41st girl’s foil Julia Kranenburg, 33rd girl’s foil Keith Kranenburg, 43rd boy’s foil Sean Keisling, 64th boy’s foil Benjamin Stone, 39th boy’s foil Jacob Schuely, 67th boy’s epee Tyler Logsden, 53rd boy’s sabre


Through games of Jan. 26 Scoring Games Pts. Avg. Wuensch, MC 21 352 16.8 A. Andrews, Hunt 21 344 16.4 S. Andrews, Hunt 21 336 16.0 O. Jakubicek, C-G 23 346 15.0 Villie, Mgo 24 382 15.9 Mickow, CLS 22 291 13.2 S. Ahr, WN 22 266 12.1 Callanan, R-B 21 237 11.3 Nicholson, C-G 23 246 10.7 Boettjer, R-B 21 208 9.9 Rasmussen, CLS 22 192 8.7 Blazier, Hvd 23 197 8.6 Linhart, Hvd 21 178 8.5 Youel, CLC 22 186 8.5 Schmitt, CLC 22 181 8.2 Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum 15 attempts) FTM-FTA Pctg. Ream, Hunt 24-28 85.7 S. Andrews, Hunt 83-98 84.7 A. Andrews, Hunt 80-98 81.6 Rasmussen, CLS 33-41 80.5 Poczkalski, Jbg 12-15 80.0 O. Jakubicek, C-G 85-111 76.6 Chase, Jbg 30-39 76.9 Braun, WN 49-64 76.6 Callanan, R-B 28-38 73.7 Wuensch, MC 64-91 70.3 Schmitt, CLC 28-41 68.3 S. Ahr, WN 54-81 66.7 Rosga, McH 24-36 66.7 D’Angelo, McH 31-47 66.0 Everly, WN 30-46 65.2 Landazzi, Jbg 30-46 65.2 3-Pointers No. Linhart, Hvd 34 Everly, WN 33 D’Angelo, McH 32 K. Smith, C-G 32 S. Andrews, Hunt 30 Wuensch, MC 30 Toussaint, Jbg 28 Rasmussen, CLS 25 Schmitt, CLC 25 Callanan, R-B 22 Hoeske, Mgo 19 Jones, WN 18 Berg, Jac 17 Barnec, Jac 15 Rosga, McH 15

13 20

136 10.5 201 10.1

Free-Throw Percentage (Minimum 15 attempts) FTM-FTA Pctg. Gregoire, C-G 38-42 Wagner, Hunt 27-30 Johnson, McH 20-23 Waterworth, Hamp 25-29 Kaufmann, Wdk 23-28 Schnepf, MC 13-16 Micel, Jac 17-21 Bridges, Hamp 41-51 Larson, Faith 67-86 Dingman, Jbg 19-25 Meitzler, CLS 45-60 Nolen, Hvd 27-36 Regan, Hunt 18-24 Caldez, MC 44-59 Co. Murphy, CLC 47-63 Lindell, MC 23-31 Adams, Hunt 11-15 Gorney, Hunt 40-55 Partenheimer, McH 24-33 Varvil, McH 37-51 Plazak, C-G 26-36 Crater, Hamp 44-61 Cork, Hamp 18-25 Ridout, Jbg 23-32 Zalewski, McH 28-39 Vanscoyoc, CLC 29-41 Lobermeier, Jbg 24-34 Sigmund, Jbg 31-44 Orange, Jac 33-47 Lindquist, MC 14-20 Regan, Hunt 14-20

90.5 90.0 87.0 86.2 82.1 81.3 81.0 80.4 77.9 76.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 74.6 74.6 74.2 73.3 72.7 72.7 72.5 72.2 72.1 72.0 71.9 71.8 70.7 70.6 70.5 70.2 70.0 70.0

3-Pointers No. Varvil, McH 45 Buhrow, Wdk 41 Crater, Hamp 35 Wagner, Hunt 32 Johnson, McH 31 Schwerdtmann, Jac 31 Zieman, WN 26 Dingman, Jbg 22 Geske, CLS 22 Ridout, Jbg 22 Co. Murphy, CLC 21 Turner, Wdk 21 Whiting, WN 21 Kaufmann, Wdk 20 Cork, Hamp 19 Dombrowski, Jbg 19 Larson, Faith 18 Lindell, MC 18 Motzel, C-G 18 Zalewski, McH 18 Ortiz, WN 17 Gregoire, C-G 16 Adams, Hunt 15 Carrera, Hvd 15 Partenheimer, McH 15 Thomas, CLC 15

schedule today

Boys basketball: Westlake Christian at Alden-Hebron, Aurora Christian Catholic at Marian Central, 7 p.m. Girls basketball: Huntley at Wheeling, 7 p.m. Girls bowling: Round Lake at Woodstock, 4:30 p.m.


Boys basketball: Crystal Lake South at Cary-Grove, Prairie Ridge at Huntley, McHenry at Dundee-Crown, Johnsburg at Woodstock North, Richmond-Burton at Harvard, Westminster at Faith Lutheran, 7 p.m. Girls basketball: Harvard at Rockford Christian, McHenry at Marian Central, Grayslake Central at Johnsburg, GenoaKingston at Richmond-Burton, 7 p.m. Boys swimming: Dundee-Crown at Conant Classic, 1 p.m.; Cary-Grove at Vernon Hills, IMSA at McHenry, 5 p.m.


Girls basketball: Huntley at DundeeCrown, Cary-Grove at Jacobs, CL South at McHenry, South Beloit at Harvard, Prairie Ridge at CL Central, Hampshire at Grayslake North, Woodstock at Woodstock North, 7 p.m. Boys swimming: Jacobs Co-op at Woodstock Co-op, 4:30 p.m. Girls bowling: Grant at Woodstock, 4:30 p.m.


Girls basketball: Marian Central at Sycamore, 6:30 p.m.; Grayslake Central at Woodstock North, 7 p.m. Boys swimming: Cary-Grove at McHenry, 4:30 p.m.


BOYS BASKETBALL Area Leaders Through games of Jan. 26 Scoring Games Pts. Avg. Turner, Wdk 20 350 17.5 Crater, Hamp 19 325 17.1 Co. Murphy, CLC 19 308 16.2 Varvil, McH 18 288 16.0 Larson, Faith 19 238 12.5 Rogers, CLS 18 223 12.4 Whiting, WN 20 243 12.2 Schwerdtmann, Jac 19 227 11.9 Sigmund, Jbg 16 189 11.8 Zalewski, McH 18 212 11.8 Meitzler, CLS 18 203 11.3 Geske, CLS 17 184 10.8 Hernandez, Hamp 19 206 10.8 Wagner, Hunt 18 194 10.8 Only, Hunt 17 175 10.3

Boys basketball: Grayslake North at Woodstock North McHenry at Huntley, Crystal Lake Central at Hampshire, Prairie Ridge at Cary-Grove, Jacobs at Dundee-Crown, Johnsburg at Woodstock, Alden-Hebron at Luther North, St. Patrick at Marian Central, 7 p.m. Girls basketball: Marengo at Richmond-Burton, Woodstock at Woodstock North, 7 p.m.


Boys basketball: Richmond-Burton at Marengo, 7 p.m.; Marian Central at Guerin, 7:30 p.m.; Westlake at Faith Lutheran, 8 p.m.; Alden-Hebron at Northeastern Athletic Conference Tournament at Christian Life, TBA Girls basketball: Prairie Ridge at Jacobs, CL Central at Grayslake North, Immaculate Conception at Marian Central, 2:30 p.m.; CL South at Dundee-Crown, Prairie Ridge at Jacobs, Hampshire at Woodstock, Huntley at Cary-Grove, 7 p.m. Wrestling: Regionals, 9 a.m. Boys swimming: Huntley, Jacobs at Woodstock Co-op, 4:30 p.m.

tennis Australian Open Sunday At Melbourne Park Melbourne, Australia Purse: $31.608 million (Grand Slam) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Men Championship Novak Djokovic (1), Serbia, def. Andy Murray (3), Britain, 6-7 (2), 7-6 (3), 6-3, 6-2. Doubles Mixed Championship Jarmila Gajdosova and Matthew Ebden, Australia, def. Lucie Hradecka and Frantisek Cermak, Czech Republic, 6-3, 7-5.

2013 Champions Men’s Singles — Novak Djokovic (1), Serbia Women’s Singles — Victoria Azarenka (1), Belarus Men’s Doubles — Bob and Mike Bryan (1), United States Women’s Doubles — Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci (1), Italy Mixed Doubles — Jarmila Gajdosova and Matthew Ebden, Australia Legends Men’s Doubles — Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde, Australia Legends Women’s Doubles — Martina Hingis, Switzerland, and Martina Navratilova, United States Boys’ Singles — Nick Kyrgios (3), Australia Girls’ Singles — Ana Konjuh (3), Croatia Boys’ Doubles — Jay Andrijic and Bradley Mousley, Australia Girls’ Doubles — Ana Konjuh, Croatia, and Carol Zhao (1), Canada

transactions pros HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM DUCKS — Reassigned F Peter Holland and D Jordan Hendry to Norfolk (AHL). Recalled F Emerson Etem and D Sami Vatanen from Norfolk. DALLAS STARS — Recalled G Richard Bachman from Texas (AHL). Placed G Cristopher Nilstorp on injured reserve. FLORIDA PANTHERS — Returned F Quinton Howden and F Drew Shore to San Antonio (AHL). American Hockey League GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS — Returned D Mark Mitera to Reading (ECHL).

Glantz-Culver Line FAVORITE San Francisco

HERSHEY BEARS — Loaned D Patrick Wellar to Reading (ECHL). ECHL ECHL — Suspended Trenton G Cal Heeter, Orlando F Ryan Cruthers and Utah F Tommy Maxwell, pending review, and fined them, and Evansville C Nathan Moon and Idaho coach Brad Ralph undisclosed amounts. SOCCER Major League Soccer MONTREAL IMPACT — Traded M Lamar Neagle to Seattle for an international roster spot.

Pts O/U UNDERDOG 3½ (47½) Baltimore

NCAA Basketball FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at Drexel 4½ Delaware James Madison 1 at UNC Wilmington at Louisville 7 Pittsburgh Kansas 9 at West Virginia at Marquette 11 South Florida at E. Washington 1½ Portland St. at Texas Southern 16 Alabama St. FAVORITE Golden State at Washington Memphis at Brooklyn at Chicago at Denver at Utah

NBA LINE 2½ 4½ 3 9 8½ 6½ 3½

UNDERDOG at Toronto Sacramento at Philadelphia Orlando Charlotte Indiana Houston

NHL FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG Boston -130 at Carolina at Columbus -110 Dallas at Phoenix -110 Nashville at Edmonton -130 Colorado at Los Angeles -145 Vancouver

LINE +110 -110 -110 +110 +125

SUPER BOWL BETTING PROPOSITIONS Double Result Team to Score First and Final Result San Francisco scores first and wins 9-5 Baltimore scores first and wins 3-1 San Francisco scores first and loses 3-1 Baltimore scores first and loses 5-2 Double Result Straight Up-x 1st Half Winner and Game Winner San Francisco S an Francisco 3-2 San Francisco B altimore 4-1 Baltimore Baltimore 2-1 Baltimore San Francisco 9-2 Tie San Francisco 8-1 Tie Baltimore 10-1 x-not including the point spread First Successful Field Goal No Successful Field Goals 22 Yards or Less 23-29 Yards 30-36 Yards 37-43 Yards 44-49 Yards 50 Or More Yards

7-2 7-2 3-1 5-2 3-1 4-1 5-1

Last Score of the 1st Half Will Be Touchdown -110 Field Goal or Safety -120 Will at Least One Quarter be Scoreless? Yes +230 No -280 Will Baltimore Score in All Four Quarters? Yes +250 No -300 Largest Lead of the Game by Either Team Over 14 Points -125 Under 14 Points -105 Distance of First Successful Field Goal Over 33½ -115 Under 33½ -115 Will the Game Be Decided by Exactly Three Points? Yes +350 No -450 Will the Game Be Tied After 0-0? Yes -115 No -115 First Touchdown of the Game Will Be A Passing Touchdown -130 Any Other Touchdown +100 What Will Happen First? Baltimore Score +125 Baltimore Punt -155 What Will Happen First? San Francisco Score +105 San Francisco Punt -135 Will Baltimore Have a Rushing Touchdown? Yes -150 No +120 Shortest Touchdown of the Game Over 1½ Yards +120 Under 1½ Yards -150 Total 1st Downs by Baltimore Over 19½ -115 Under 19½ -115 Total Successful 3rd Down Conversions by Baltimore Over 5 +115 Under 5 -145 Total Rushing Yards by Baltimore Over 108½ -115 Under 108½ -115 Will Baltimore Convert a 4th Down Attempt? Yes +135 No -165 Total 1st Downs by San Francisco Over 21 -115 Under 21 -115 Total Successful 3rd Down Conversions by San Francisco Over 5 -110 Under 5 -120 Will San Francisco Convert a 4th Down Attempt? Yes +130 No -160 Will San Francisco Have a Rushing Touchdown? Yes -400 No +300 Will San Francisco Score in All Four Quarters? Yes +210 No -250 Total Rushing Yards by San Francisco Over 161½ -115 Under 161½ -115 What Will Joe Flacco Throw First? Touchdown Pass -180 Interception +150 Joe Flacco’s First Pass Will Be Complete -170 Incomplete +140 Colin Kaepernick’s First Pass Will Be Complete -180 Incomplete +150 Total Touchdown Passes by Colin Kaepernick Over 1½ -105 Under 1½ -125 Who Will Have More (NBA: L.A. Clippers at Boston on Feb. 3, 2013)? Paul Pierce Points +5 -110 Baltimore Points -5 -110

community skiing Norge Ski Competition Masters Class Results: 1. Kowalczyk (Norge) 196. J1 Women Class Results: 1. Yip (Altius) 151.4; 2. Hoffmann (Blackhawk) 142.6; 3. Bruce (Altius) 134; 4. Enno (Altius) 95; 5. Gasienica (Norge) 90.3; 6. Armstrong (NYSEF) -6.6. J1 Class Results: 1. Reid (Altius) 201.9; 2. Loomis (FLEAG) 193.9; 3. Denney (Itasca) 182.2; Doyle (AOC) 177.4; 5. Gasienica (Norge) 174.1; 6 Polz (Altius) 171.1; 7. Hoffmann (Blackhawk) 168; 8. Daniels (AOC) 163.9; 9. Hamler (FLEAG) 162.8; 10. Kaiser (Norge) 148.7; 11. Mattoon (FLEAG) 137.3; 12. Smith (Norge) 124.1; 13. Kavanaugh-Beltr (Itasca) 122.8; 14. White (NYSEF) 111.3; 15. Liveri (NYSEF) 93.3; 16. Johnson (StP) 91.9; 17. Schulz (NYSEF) 86.6; 18. Dowling (FLEAG) 43.7; 19. Ledger (NYSEF) 27.3; 20. King (NYSEF) -1.1; 21. Kocher (Norege) -19. A Class: 1. Kykkanen (Lahti) 226.9; 2. Klinga (Lahti) 217.4; 3. Hlyvka (Norge) 217.3; 4. Lussi (NYSEF) 207.1; 5. Bickner (Norge) 204.1; 6. Skeie (Bulken) 204; 7. Larson (Norge) 193.4; 8. Hutchins (Itasca) 170; 9. Helle


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Mom must work to overcome Keep your cool with bullying boss hostility toward her daughter

Dear Abby: Although I love my 7-year-old daughter, “Emma,” I do not “like” her. It’s because I dislike my exhusband, “Scott,” so much. He was verbally and emotionally abusive and left me while I was pregnant. The experience left me hurt and humiliated, and I continue to harbor resentment toward him. I’m happily remarried now, but Emma is a constant reminder of my bad marriage. I feel she’s selfish, rude, lazy and disrespectful – characteristics Scott possesses. I have little tolerance for her behavior, and I’m hard on her. Sometimes I feel like I’m talking to him instead of to a little girl. I have seen several therapists, but nobody has been able to help. I have been told, “Your child isn’t your ex so you need to get over it.” Compounding the problem is the daughter I have with my second husband, a little girl I adore beyond words. She’s sweet, kind, friendly and essentially the opposite of Emma. I love this child more than I love Emma, and I’m disgusted with myself for feeling this way. It was Scott who hurt me, but I can’t get past the hurt. Abby, what can I do? – Distressed In Massa-

chusetts Dear Distressed: Try harder

to rebuild the bond you didn’t form with Emma when she was born because of your

Dear Dr. K: My boss constantly insults me at work. It’s subtle, but it’s real. What can I do? Dear Reader: Obviously, I have no knowledge of your specific situation, but I surely have seen bullies in the workplace – including bosses who bully those who report to them. If someone insults you once, it’s easy to dismiss him or her as obnoxious, brush off the incident and move on. But when this kind of treatment is ongoing, moving on isn’t as easy. Stopping these insults may not be within your power, especially when the perpetrator is your boss. But you can control how you react. It can be hard to know when to respond and when to keep quiet. Going through life as a punching bag isn’t healthy, but lashing out also can be stressful. Here are some tips that may help you to defend yourself enough to sleep well at night – without jeopardizing your job: • Be strategic. When you’re insulted, don’t react immediately. Think through the consequences of acting or not acting. Use timing as a strategic tool. Most of us are not quick enough

– Another Mom In California”

DEAR ABBY Jeanne Phillips anger at her father. It still can be done, but it will take work on your part. Emma’s behavior may be the result of how you have treated her, and if YOU can change, so may she. I’ll share with you a letter I printed several years ago from another mother who shared your problem: “Dear Abby: The best advice I ever received for coping with my contrary daughter was from a neighbor who had a surly girl of her own. She made a conscientious effort to be more demonstrative to her daughter, hug her more and hold on a little tighter to show her how valued she was. “I tried it with my daughter, going out of my way several times a day to express my love for her. It was awkward at first, but I persevered. I committed myself to loving that unlovable being, and slowly but surely it paid off. At first, she would lean away, but eventually she would ask me to hold on ‘just one more minute.’ “My daughter is 24 now and on her own. Her life isn’t what I would have hoped for or expected, but that’s OK. I’m her touchstone for love and acceptance. I can’t imagine my life without her.

Emma may be a difficult child, but she’s not stupid. She sees the difference between how you react to her half-sister and the way you treat her. A first step for you would be to apologize to her, put your arms around her and tell her that from now on you will try to do better as a mother. Emma didn’t ask to be born, and you owe her that. Dear Abby: My husband and I have been married 10 years. We didn’t have a wedding. Instead, we went to the courthouse – just the two of us with a couple of witnesses – and had a small reception a few months later. Having been a part of some very nice weddings recently, I mentioned to my husband I wished we would have done something more special for our wedding. Now he wants to renew our vows with a huge wedding ceremony. Would it be appropriate to have a big ceremony now? –

Wondering In Iowa Dear Wondering: I think it’s

a wonderful idea. Ten years of wedded bliss is something to celebrate, and I see no reason why you shouldn’t do it with the ceremony of your dreams. Other couples have done it, and so can you.

ASK DR. K Dr. Anthony Komaroff

to instantly come up with the perfect retort. Instead, say something later, after you’ve considered your response.

• Get some perspective.

Sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re overreacting. Getting someone else’s perspective can help. Or give yourself time to reflect on the situation when you’re not in the heat of the moment. • Take the high road. Respond to rude behavior with extreme politeness. This allows you to maintain your own dignity.

• Consider one response after several incidents. Instead

of responding to a single incident, wait for several incidents. Then confront the boss with each of them. When you do it this way, you’re talking about a pattern of behavior that it’s harder for the boss to dismiss.

• Let off some (healthy) steam. Find a healthy outlet

for your anger. Try martial arts, for example, or a good kick-boxing class. When I

• Write Dear Abby at www. or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

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was a kid, one of my best friends had what we would call today an “anger management problem.” (We just said he had a bad temper.) His parents had one car but a two-car garage, with a brick back wall. They partitioned the garage and built a counter near the front wall. On the counter, the parents put all the family’s empty soft drink bottles. About twice a week my friend would stand at the counter and hurl the bottles at the back wall. (There was no recycling back then.) It helped.

• Change what you can.

Don’t be a passive victim. You have the power to respond. To learn more about responding to bullying, read the informative new e-book called “Overcome Prejudice at Work” written by my Harvard Medical School colleague Dr. Ranna Parekh, along with Carl Bell and Karen Weintraub. You can learn about this book on my website.

• Write to Dr. Komaroff at or Ask Doctor K, 10 Shattuck St., Second Floor, Boston, MA 02115.


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Management Woodstock Apartments Community Property Manager Prairie View Apts, a 334 unit Apt. community, is seeking an experienced property mgt professional. Duties include monitoring all customer service, leasing, resident collections, apt turnovers, record keeping on One Site property mgt software, budgeted expenditures, and maintenance of the grounds and units to facilitate a safe, desirable, attractive property in good repair. 2 yrs of mgt experience in a similar community required. Please email:


Office Animal Hospital seeks flexible support staff to assist with client transactions, computer records, assist doctor, some tech duties. Approx 15-20 hours per week. Fill out application in person @ 7014 Huntley Rd, Carpentersville. 847-428-8430.

Woodstock Studio $585/mo+sec. Efficiency $550/mo + sec.1-BR $650/mo + sec, all 3 furn'd w/all utils incl. No Pets. 815-509-5876

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Woodstock Business looking for someone part time 15-20 hrs/wk to assist with general office functions. Applicant must be proficient at typing and MS Office Products. Experience with payroll helpful. Please send resume to

Quiet and clean building with storage, laundry and parking. $800/mo. 847-401-3242

Algonquin – STUDIO +1BR Balcony w/ large windows, modern, steps to Main St. $725/$695+util., 847-387-0245


HEAT INCLUDED. Near bike bath. $700/mo. Senior Discount, $50. 815-382-7667

Crystal Lake 1 Bedroom


The First Church of Christ Scientist is looking for trained pianist/organist and soloist for part-time work on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. Contact our music committee: Vel (815)459-2299 or Carolyn (815)356-1180

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Shifts Available: 2nd & 3rd Shifts PT/FT Weekends Day Shift and PRN ★★★★★★★★★★★

Heat and electric incl. Laundry facilities, ground floor, no pets. $780/mo + sec. 815-529-3782


DRIVERS NEEDED - PART TIME South Elgin company has 4 part time positions to fill. Minimum of two days a week, up to 5 when in season. Same day return trip. NonCDL Class C license required. Apply at: 1050 Center Dr, South Elgin. 847-695-1500 ask for Dave x104

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Seasonal Tax Preparer Full time seasonal tax preparer responsible for completion of individual tax returns under the supervision of more experienced staff. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in accounting, CPA preferred Proficient in tax software Organized and detail-oriented Effectively communicate with clients and coworkers Must have a positive work attitude and enjoy working in a fast paced environment

FOX LAKE ~ LARGE STUDIO With utilities, laundry, balcony. No dogs. Agent owned. 815-814-3348


BRANCH MANAGER II With over 1.7 billion dollars in total assets, Baxter Credit Union (BCU) is one of the nation's top 100 credit unions. Join us as a Branch Manager II at Crystal Lake! You will be responsible for business development, operation, and overall results of a community based service center. The ideal candidate will have a college degree, minimum of 5+ years of management experience in financial institution or retail sales. For a full job description, please visit our career site at Please visit and click on “careers” located at the top of the page. Social Services

Transitional Living / Independent Living Program Manager

The Allendale Association, a Child Welfare, Mental Health and Special Education facility currently has a full time position for a Transitional Living/Independent Living POS/SACWIS Manager. Duties include supervising TLP / ILO cases in the DCFS SACWIS system and supervising TLP/ILO Case Specialists and will attend external meetings as required by DCFS protocol or as recommended due to case complexities. Assists with case responsibilities in the absence of the worker. The ideal candidate have a will Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or related field, two years progressively responsible social service experience; Child Welfare Employee Licensure; Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol Certification. Per DCFS regulations, must have valid driver's license w/good driving record and be at least 21 years of age. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a generous education assistance program. Please visit to download application and send with a copy of your resume to:

Female, Bluepoint, answers to “Monkey”. Lost Jan 14 on Thompson Rd in Bull Valley. Monkey has been sick, please call if found. REWARD! 815-477-7387


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WOODSTOCK SENIOR APTS Quiet building, no pets. $825 + security. 847-526-4435

Island Lake Luxury Apt. Spacious 2BR, 2BA, D/W, W/D, C/A. Approx 1000 sq ft. REDUCED RATE! $800/MO. 847-526-9228


Large 1Bedroom. Next to WalMart. Patios/Balconies. 735 sq ft. Lndry in building. Starting at $695/month 847-202-4550

WINTER SPECIALS 1 Bedroom Only, $770 Ranch Style Home with Private Entrance and Porch

62 or Better Close To Everything * Income Restrictions Apply Call Catherine for Appt to View Your New Home! 815-206-4000

First floor, laundry available. $795/mo + security. 815-385-9463

Marengo Large 1 & 2 BR most utilities included Broker Owner $650 & UP 815-347-1712 Marengo Newly Remodeled 3BR Large eat-in-kitchen, $780/mo + garage & utilities. No dogs. Agent Owned. 815-814-3348


Bracelet Found In Restaurant – Identify – 815-385-0992 Daytime

McHenry -Large studio/1BR some utilities include, balcony $650 and up Broker Owned 815-347-1712

Marengo ~ Small-Small 1BR Cottage, Rural setting,10 x 20

950 Meadow Lane, Brookside Meadows Sub.1700 sq ft. All appl + W/D, oversize garage & bsmt for storage. No smoking or pets. $1400/mo + 1 year lease. Avail March 1st. For info contact: 815-578-0032 Woodstock 2/3BR $790-$975/month Broker Owned 815-347-1712


1.5 bath, appl, W/D, basement. 1 car garage, $1250/mo + sec. 815-354-4575

Crystal Lake

3BR, 1.5BA brick ranch.

2 car attached heated garage. 2/3 acre lot on quiet street. Close to lake with private beach rights and Crystal Lake Schools. All appliances incl. C/A, baseboard heat. Dogs negotiable. $1350/mo. Avail 3/1.


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Crystal Lake Charming Vintage Coach House - Can be Artist Quarters. Large 2 Story Space! 1 bedroom with den, great yard. $825 + all utilities. No dogs. Agent Owned 815-814-3348 Crystal Lake. 3BR deluxe ranch. Hardwood flrs, fenced yard. Extra parking. Near Canterbury School. $1295/mo. 815-354-5526

Crystal Lake/Burton Bridge

2 bedroom, 1 bath, W/D, A/C. Pets OK with deposit, $1150/mo + security. 815-459-4807

Fox Lake 2+BR View of Lake

Newly Remodeled! Basement, Appliances, Close to Metra. $950/mo. Mark @ 847-489-6606 HARVARD 3 BR, 2 BA, 1 car gar. Clean, painted, appl., W/D hookup Avail Now. $850/m. Also: 1 BR. Avail. $500/m. 815-236-4741 HEBRON: Very nice 1BR. New paint throughout, new LR rug. Hardwood floors. Full basement, W/D. Garage, asphalt drive. No pets or smoking. $750/mo+sec incl water & sewer. 815-690-5653

JOHNSBURG – 4BR, 2.5BA Ranch Full finished family rm in bsmnt. 2 car attchd garage. Avail for long term lease. $1345/mo. Land Management Properties. 815-678-4771 Johnsburg. Ranch on a fenced double lot with 3BR, 1BA on crawl space w/1.5 car attchd gar & shed. $1045/mo. Land Management Properties 815-678-4771 MARENGO 4BR, 1BA, 2000SF 5-7 acres, newly remodeled, totally private farmette.1000 sq ft wrap-around deck, heated garage. 2 story building,1300 sq ft heated. $1500/mo. 312-607-6406


MCHENRY APARTMENT FOR RENT McHenry 2BR & 2BA $800/mo.+ sec dep 847-235-0051 No Pets

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2BA, D/W, W/D hook-up. $1090/mo, pets OK, avail NOW! 773-510-3117 ~ 773-510-3643

Wonder Lake: 2/3 BR, new paint & carpet, hardwood floors $790-$975/month Broker Owned 815-347-1712 Woodstock ~ Total Renovated 5BR Farmhouse in Country All new appliances, 2 full bath. Huge country kitchen, W/D, garage. 815-482-0171

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FRANKS, GERKIN & McKENNA, P.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff 19333 E. Grant Hwy.,PO Box 5 Marengo, IL 60152 (815)923-2107

(Published in the Northwest Herald January 21, 28, February 4,2013)

Crystal Lake Hurry Last One Left Clean Office Suite. 400 SF. Incl. all utils + High Speed DSL. $525/mo. 815-790-0240

Crystal Lake – Must sell. $745K. 5 Virginia Rd. 12000 SF. (2) Offices. Both 2 story w/bsmnts, gar & balconies. Ed J: 941-505-1155

___________________________ Clerk of the Circuit Court McHenry County, Illinois FRANKS, GERKIN & McKENNA, P.C. Our File No. 110.811 Attorney for Plaintiffs 19333 E. Grant Hwy., PO Box 5 Marengo, IL 60152 (815)9232107


200 ft of Waterfront + boat, dock and deck on 1.5 acres. 2BA, C/A. $1395/mo. 708-296-4476

$705/mo. 815-363-1208 or 815-353-1203


Wonder Lake 3BR, 1BA Lovely Lake view, lrg yrd, hrdwd flrs in BR. Lots of storage. $875/mo + sec + background chk. 815-814-2007

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Huntley. 2BR, 2BA. 1 car attchd garage. W/D. New floors. Full bsmnt. No pets. Great location. $950/mo+sec. 1 yr lease. Avail now. 815-861-6459


storage area in barn, $535/mo. 815-291-9456 McHenry $199 Move-In Special Large 1BR, from $699. 2BR, 1.5BA from $799. Appl, carpet and laundry. 815-385-2181

ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION Attn: HR Dept, P.O. Box 1088 Lake Villa, IL 60046 Fax: 847-356-0290 AA/EEO

WOODSTOCK COMMONS Spacious 1, 2, & 3BR Apts Starting at $780

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Pets Welcome

C/A, fresh paint, lndry, 1 car gar. Walking distance to town. No pets. $750/mo+sec. 815-568-7347 or 815-482-5942

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Crystal Lake: 2BR, 1BA. Large kitchen, all appls, W/D, A/C. Must see. $1025+sec. 847-736-1424

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Lakemoor. Large 2nd floor condo. $1400/mo+utils. 2BR, 2BA, 2 car garage. All appls, fireplace. 708-209-5240 McHenry Irish Prairie 2BR Condo Fireplace, W/D, Includes garage. No smoking/pets, $850/mo. Available 3/1. 815-388-5793


2BR - $715/mo



2 full bath, 3 walk in closets, W/D, appl, fireplace, deck, sml pets OK. $1200/mo. 847-530-7385

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Laundry on-site, no pets, Sect 8 OK, $690/mo + sec. 847-812-9830

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MCHENRY 1-3BR HOUSES 1-2BA Fireplace, appl, W/D, 2 car gar, pets OK, $1100-$1300/mo + sec. 815-219-1836



HARVARD Autumn Glen Spacious 2 bdrm Apts avail Free extra storage Free heat!! Pets welcome! Rents from: $733* 1st month free ~or~ Free 55” flat screen TV CALL TODAY! 815-943-6700 M-F: 10am-6pm Sat: By Appt (*includes special)

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Crystal Lake Downtown XL 2BR Feels like A House, formal DR. Encl porch, $875 + util, no dogs. Agent Owned 815-814-3348

No smoking/pets, $800 + security. 815-893-0059 Lv Msg

No phone calls please


1 & 2 Bedroom

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Private Wooded Location. Heat, water, trash incl, W/D, cats with deposit, $725. 815-482-1600

APPLY IN PERSON TODAY: Fair Oaks Healthcare Center 471 W. Terra Cotta Crystal Lake, IL

Looking for PT Tellers at a fast growing local community bank who are motivated & career oriented. Send resume to:




Housekeeping FT



1 bedroom, heat and water incl. $675/mo, security deposit req. NO PETS. 815-382-6418

Marengo, Newer 3BR, 2.5BR, 2 car gar., $1050/month Broker Owned 815-347-1712 MCCULLOM LAKE - CUTE HOUSE 3 BR / 1 bath, central air, washer / dryer, stove, fridge. $725/mo. Available immediately. Call Randy 815-347-8243

All appl, patio, private entrance. $900 - $750, garage available. 815-455-8310

Cary: 1BR. Upper level, lg lot, near downtown & train station. $750/mo. 847-878-6587


All aspects of apt maint incl snow removal & rotating on-call. Exp needed. FT job w/ benefits. Must have valid lic, auto ins & vehicle. CUNAT 5400 W. Elm St, Ste 110 McHenry, IL 60050 Email to: Fax: 815-385-3204

Completely Furnished! 2.5 bath. LR, FR, DR, W/D, 2 car garage. No pets/smoking. $1475/mo + sec. Available 3/1. 815-477-3508

Job Requirements

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Go BANK, to STATE an Illinois Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. LARRY R. ROOTZ and JULIE A. ROOTZ; SUNRISE RIDGE ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON RECORD LIEN CLAIMANTS, Defendants 13 CH 91 PUBLICATION NOTICE The requisite Affidavit having been duly filed herein, NOTICE IS HEREIN GIVEN YOU, LARRY R. ROOTZ and JULIE A. ROOTZ; SUNRISE RIDGE ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON RECORD LIEN CLAIMANTS, Defendants in the above-entitled action, that an action is now pending in this Court as shown above, wherein the Plaintiff seeks to foreclose a mortgage made to STATE BANK, an Illinois Banking Corporation, with respect to the following described real estate: LOT 5 IN BLOCK 25 IN SUNRISE RIDGE UNIT NUMBER 3, A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF SECTION 12 AND PART OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 7 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED NOVEMBER 27, 1956 AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 316163, IN BOOK 13 OF PLATS, PIN No. 08-12-452015 Commonly known as: Lot 5, Westwood Drive, Wonder Lake, IL 60097 NOW, THEREFORE, you are further notified to file your appearance in the Office of the Clerk of the Court above stated on or before February 25, 2013, and if you fail to do so or do not otherwise make your appearance on or before said date, this cause may be heard and judgment entered as prayed for in said Complaint without further notice. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at my office in Woodstock, Illinois, this _10th_____ day of January , 2013.




BMO Harris Bank, N.A., successorin-interest to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as Receiver for Amcore Bank, N.A., Plaintiff,

v. CARLOS LEIVA, UNKNOWN OWNSTATE BANK, an Illinois ERS AND NON-RECORD Banking Corporation, CLAIMANTS, Defendants. Plaintiff, vs. Case No. 13 CH 95 LARRY R. ROOTZ and JULIE A. Property Address: ROOTZ; SUNRISE RIDGE 550 Birch Road ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN Woodstock, IL 60098 OWNERS and NON RECORD LIEN CLAIMANTS, Defendants PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLICATION NOTICE 13 CH 91 TheVOTING requisite affidavit(s) having PUBLICATION COUNTY CLERKNOTICE ANNOUNCES EARLY REQUIREMENTS The requisite Affidavit having been duly filed herein, NOTICE IS GIVEN TO that DEFENDANTS, been duly filed herein, McHenry NOTICE County IS HEREBY Katherine C. Schultz, Clerk, announces voters can OWNERSPrimary AND NONHEREIN GIVEN LARRY R. cast a ballot prior YOU, to the February 26th,UNKNOWN 2013 Consolidated Elecin the above ROOTZ A. ROOTZ; tion as and earlyJULIE as February 11thSUNwithout RECORD having toCLAIMANTS, offer a reason or an exentitled action, that said action has RISE RIDGE ASSOCIATION, INC.; cuse for wanting to vote early. The February 26th Consolidated Republicommenced in saidand Court by UNKNOWN OWNERSwilland NONonly been can Primary Election be held in Grafton, Dorr, Nunda AlgoRECORD LIEN CLAIMANTS, Defen- the plaintiff(s), naming you as denquin Townships. dants in the above-entitled action, fendant(s) therein and praying for the allows foreclosure certain MortthatTheanearly action is now pending ininIllinois, voting law, effective votersofto acast a ballot at gage upon this Courtvoting as shown above, wherein February an early center until Saturday, 23rd.the premises described the Plaintiff seeks to foreclose a as follows, to-wit: mortgage madeEARLY to STATE BANK, VOTING WILL BE CONDUCTED AT an Illinois Banking Corporation, THE NORTH HALF OF LOT 6 IN BIRCHWOOD UNIT NO. 2, BEING A with respect to McHenry the following CountydeAdministration Building OFALOTS 2-5 AND scribed real estate: 667 Ware Rd., 2nd Floor,RE-SUBDIVISION Conference Room OF LOT 6, IN BLOCK 11 IN LOT 5 IN BLOCK 25 IN Woodstock, SUNRISE ILPART 60098 TODD WOODS SUBDIVISION UNIT RIDGE UNIT NUMBER 3, A SUBDIMonday, Feb 11th thru Friday, Feb 15th A SUBDIVISION IN PART VISION OF PART OF Hours: THE SOUTH 8:30 AM2,to BEING 4:30 PM THE SOUTHEAST 1/2 OF SECTIONTuesday, 12 AND Feb PART OF thruOFFriday, 19th Feb 22nd QUARTER OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF SECTION 13, AMSECTION Hours: 8:30 to 4:30 PM32, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 7 Feb Saturday, 23rd RANGE 7, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACEAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL Hours: 9:00 AM to Noon MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE CORDING TO THE PLAT OF SAID BIRCHWOOD PLAT THEREOF Algonquin RECORDED Township Offices UNIT NO. 2 RECORDED 14 APRIL 11, 1997 AS DOCUDOCU-US Hwy NOVEMBER 27, 1956 AS 3702 MENT 97R016549 IN THE CITY MENT NUMBER 316163,Crystal IN BOOK Lake, IL 60014 MCHENRY COUNTY, 13 OF PLATS, PIN No. 08-12-452Monday, Feb 11th thruWOODSTOCK, Friday, Feb 15th 015 Hours: 8:30 AMILLINOIS. to 4:30 PM Commonly known as: LotFeb 5, WestTuesday, 19th thru Friday, Feb 22nd wood Drive, WonderHours: Lake,8:30 IL AM toProperty 4:30 PMIndex Number: 08-32028-0000 60097 Saturday, Feb 23rd NOW, THEREFORE, youHours: are further 9:00 AM to Noon Commonly Known As: 550 Birch notified to file your appearance in Rd., Woodstock, Illinois 60098 the Office of the Clerk of theGrafton Court Township Nature of Instrument: Mortgage: above stated on or before February Huntley Park District 25, 2013, and if you fail to do so MillDate 12015 St. of Mortgage: May 4, 2006 Name of mortgagor: Carlos Leiva or do not otherwise make your ap- IL 60142 Huntley, Original Mortgagee: Amcore pearance on or Monday, before said date, Feb 11th thru Friday, Feb 15th N.A. this cause may be heard and 9:00 judg- AMBank, Hours: to 4:00 PM CurrentFeb Mortgagee: BMO Harris ment entered as Tuesday, prayed forFeb in 19th said thru Friday, 22nd N.A., Complaint without further notice. Hours: 9:00 AMBank, to 4:00 PM Date and place of recording: IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have Saturday, Feb 23rd May 10, 2006 with the Cook hereunto set my hand and affixed Hours: 9:00 AM to Noon the seal of said Court at my office County Recorder, Identification of mortgage: in Woodstock, Illinois, this Nunda Township Offices 2006R0033570 _10th_____ day of January , Rd, 3510 Bay Annex 2013. Crystal Lake, IL 60012 and for Febother 15th relief; that sumMonday, Feb 11th thru Friday, hasPMbeen issued out of this FRANKS, GERKIN &Hours: McKENNA, 10:00 AMmons to 3:00 against you as provided by P.C. Tuesday, Feb 19th thruCourt Friday, Feb 22nd and,PMthat this action is still Attorneys for Plaintiff Hours: 10:00 AMlaw, to 3:00 pending and undetermined in said 19333 E. Grant Hwy.,PO Box 5 Saturday, Feb 23rd Court. Marengo, IL 60152 Hours: 9:00 AM to Noon (815)923-2107 NOW, THEREFORE, unless you The deadline for registering to vote in the February Consolidated Primafile in your answer or otherwise make (Published in the Northwest ry Election was January 29thHerald for residents Grafton, Dorr, Nunda and Alappearance saidbeaction January 28, February 4,2013) gonquin 21, Townships. To be eligible to your register, a person inmust: a the this Court, by filing Day; the andsame have in been citizen, at least 18 years of age on or before Election office Clerk Day. of this Court at a resident of the precinct at least 30 days prioroftothe Election the Courthouse in Woodstock, Illinois,voter on show or before February 25, The state law requires that a registered valid photo identifi2013` AN ORDER OF display DEFAULT cation before voting early. Voters casting an early ballot must a MAYstate-issued BE ENTERED YOU. current Illinois driver's license, an Illinois ID AGAINST card or another government-issued ID with a photograph. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed For more information about early voting or voting locations, contact the the Seal of said Court, this 14th day ___________________________ McHenry County Clerk's office at 815-334-4242. of January, 2013. Clerk of the Circuit Court McHenry County, (Published in theIllinois Northwest Herald, January 28, February 4, 11 & 18, /s/ Katherine M. Keefe FRANKS, 2013.) GERKIN & McKENNA,

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CLAIMANTS, Defendants.

mNorthwest Herald / Case No. 13 CH 95 Property Address: 550 Birch Road Woodstock, IL 60098

PUBLICATION NOTICE The requisite affidavit(s) having been duly filed herein, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO DEFENDANTS, UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAIMANTS, in the above entitled action, that said action has been commenced in said Court by the plaintiff(s), naming you as defendant(s) therein and praying for the foreclosure of a certain Mortgage upon the premises described as follows, to-wit: THE NORTH HALF OF LOT 6 IN BIRCHWOOD UNIT NO. 2, BEING A RE-SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 2-5 AND PART OF LOT 6, IN BLOCK 11 IN TODD WOODS SUBDIVISION UNIT 2, BEING A SUBDIVISION IN PART OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 7, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT OF SAID BIRCHWOOD UNIT NO. 2 RECORDED APRIL 11, 1997 AS DOCUMENT 97R016549 IN THE CITY WOODSTOCK, MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Property Index Number: 08-32028-0000 Commonly Known As: 550 Birch Rd., Woodstock, Illinois 60098 Nature of Instrument: Mortgage: Date of Mortgage: May 4, 2006 Name of mortgagor: Carlos Leiva Original Mortgagee: Amcore Bank, N.A. Current Mortgagee: BMO Harris Bank, N.A., Date and place of recording: May 10, 2006 with the Cook County Recorder, Identification of mortgage: 2006R0033570 and for other relief; that summons has been issued out of this Court against you as provided by law, and, that this action is still pending and undetermined in said Court.


LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City of Crystal Lake will be accepting sealed proposals in accordance with specifications for assistance in creating an enterprisewide, Geographic Information Systems (GIS)-based Master Address Repository, including both the master address database and the supporting master address point layer. Proposal specifications and required proposal forms are available at the Municipal Complex, 100 W. Woodstock Street, Crystal Lake, IL 60014, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. All proposals must be submitted to the City of Crystal Lake in a sealed envelope marked “PROPOSAL Master Address Repository Attn: Gregory A. Fettes, Director of Information Technology”, by 10:00 a.m. on Friday, February 8, 2013 at which time they will be publicly opened and read. (Published in the Northwest Herald on January 28, 2013)

PUBLIC NOTICE Anderson BMW is intending enforce a mechics lien pursuant to Chapter 770 ILCS/45/1 et seq. and 90/1 et seq. Jim Steadman, owner of a 2000 BMW 540i VIN # WBADN6349YGM66739 Previously lien was with WFS financial serivces Balance due of $2176 Public auction will be held on February 12th at 10am at Anderson BMW, 360 N. Route 31, Crystal Lake, IL 60012 (Published in the Northwest Herald January 21, 28, February 4, 2013)


IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of said Court, this 14th day of January, 2013.

The Fox Waterway Agency will hold a public hearing at 7:00 pm on Thursday, February 28, 2013, at the Fox Waterway Agency Headquarters, 45 S. Pistakee Lake Road, Fox Lake, IL 60020 on the 2013 Fox Waterway Agency Permanent Budget. A complete copy of the budget is available at Fox Waterway Agency or on our website at All interested parties are invited to present written or oral comments at the public hearing.

/s/ Katherine M. Keefe Clerk of the Circuit Court of McHenry County, Illinois

By: Ron Barker Executive Director (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013)

NOW, THEREFORE, unless you file your answer or otherwise make your appearance in said action in this Court, by filing the same in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse in Woodstock, Illinois, on or before February 25, 2013` AN ORDER OF DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU.


Plaintiff's Name BMO Harris Bank, N.A. Plaintiff's Attorney Shaun D. Sperling Aronberg Goldgehn Davis & Garmisa 330 N. Wabash, Suite 1700 Chicago, IL 60611 Telephone (312) 755-3157 (Published in the Northwest Herald January 21, 28, February 4, 2013)


Notice is hereby given in compliance with the Zoning Ordinance of the Village of Huntley, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held before the Huntley Zoning Board of ApPUBLIC NOTICE peals upon the application of STATE OF ILLINOIS ) Daniel and Jennifer Wise relating to ) SS. the real estate commonly known as COUNTY OF MCHENRY ) 10191 Bennington Drive; PIN: 1822-480-002. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 22ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS This application is filed for the THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ) purpose of requesting relief from the OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, for and onVillage of Huntley ) Zoning Code, behalf of the People of the State of Illinois, ) (C) (3) Minimum Section 156.028 Plaintiff, ) Yards, in reference to the construcTERESA A. SWEETWOOD; STEVE ) tion of a three-season room addiSWEETWOOD; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC ) tion. The petitioners are requesting REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., (“MERS”) ) from the required 7.53 feet relief as nominee for Wintrust Mortgage Corporation, ) Single-Family Resiforty-foot "R-2" by virtue of a mortgage dated December 6, 2010 dence District) minimum rear yard and recorded December 16, 2010 with the and )approving such other setback McHenry County Recorder of Deeds asrelief Document as may)be necessary to allow No. 2010R0057986; UNKNOWN OWNERS ) for the and requested improvement in NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Defendants ) the site plan subaccordance with mitted to, and which is on file with, CONDEMNATION CASE 12 of EDHuntley. 95 the NO. Village PARCEL NO. IJF0023 & TE JOB R-91-011-06 A Public Hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals will be held at PUBLICATION6:30 NOTICE PM on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at the Village Board NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YOU, UNKNOWN OWNERS and NONRoom, 10987 Main Street, HuntRECORD CLAIMANTS, general, that ley, suit ILentitled as atabove been 60142, whichhas time and commenced and is now pending against otherdetermining persons whereto be placeyou anyand person in Plaintiff seeks the condemnation of heard lands may and premises described bebe present. The public low and other relief, to wit: hearing may be continued or adSee Attached Exhibits ”A” AND journed to a“B”new date, time, and situated in the County of McHenry andplace State inof accordance Illinois, hereby releasing with the reand waiving all right under and by virtue of the Homestead Exemption quirements of the Illinois Open Laws of the State. Meetings Act. All NIU Sports... All The Time

AND YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that unless on or /s/Jack before Tures the 22nd_____ day __February__________, 2013 you appear Chairman and defend said suit, default judgment may be entered against you onofthe day Zoning Board Appeals following or thereafter. (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013.) Katherine M. Keefe Clerk of the Circuit Court of McHenry County Raymond E. Meader - #03123485 Special Assistant Attorney General 2801 Black Road, 2nd Floor Joliet, Illinois 60432 (815) 723-8500 EXHIBIT “A” FEE SIMPLE TITLE TO BE ACQUIRED PARCEL #1JF0023 A part of Lot 8, in Block No. 6 in Lakeview Addition to McHenry, a subdivision of part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26, Township 45 North, Range 8 East of the Third Principal Meridian, according to the plat thereof recorded November 25, 1922 as Document No. 57101 in Book 4 of Plats, on page 74, in McHenry County, Illinois, with bearings referenced to the Illinois State Plane Coordinate System, East Zone (NAD 83) described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of said Lot 8; thence along the south line of said Lot 8, North 89 degrees 54 minutes 41 seconds West, 5.00 feet; thence along a line 5.00 feet west of and parallel with the east line of said Lot 8, North 00 degrees 05 minutes 05 seconds West, 49.96 feet to the north line of said Lot 8; thence along said north line, South 89 degrees 54 minutes 13 seconds East, 5.00 feet to the northeast corner of said Lot 8; thence along the east line of said Lot 8, South 00 degrees 05 minutes 05 seconds East, 49.96 feet to the Point of Beginning in McHenry County, Illinois. Said parcel containing 250 square feet (0.006 acres) more or less EXHIBIT “B” TEMPORARY ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT FOR A PERIOD OF FIVE (5) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF VESTING OF TITLE OR UNTIL COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS, WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST PARCEL #1JF0023TE A part of Lot 8, in Block No. 6 in Lakeview Addition to McHenry, a subdivision of part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 26, Township 45 North, Range 8 East of the Third Principal Meridian, according to the plat thereof recorded November 25, 1922 as Document No. 57101 in Book 4 of Plats, on page 74, in McHenry County, Illinois, with bearings referenced to the Illinois State Plane Coordinate System, East Zone (NAD 83) described as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of said Lot 8; thence along the south line of said Lot 8, North 89 degrees 55 minutes 41 seconds West, 5.00 feet to the point of beginning; thence continuing along said south line, North 89 degrees 54 minutes 41 seconds West, 5.00 feet; thence along a line 10.00 feet west of and parallel with the east line of said Lot 8, North 00 degrees 05 minutes 05 seconds West, 49.96 feet to the north line of said Lot 8; thence along said north line, South 89 degrees 54 minutes 13 seconds East, 5.00 feet; thence along a line 5.00 feet west of and parallel with the east line of said Lot 8, South 00 degrees 05 minutes 05 seconds East, 49.96 feet to the point of beginning in McHenry County, Illinois. Said parcel containing 250 square feet (0.006 acres) more or less (Published in the Northwest Herald on January 21, 28, February 4,2013)

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LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given in compliance with the Zoning Ordinance of the Village of Huntley, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held before the Huntley Zoning Board of Appeals upon the application of Daniel and Jennifer Wise relating to the real estate commonly known as 10191 Bennington Drive; PIN: 1822-480-002. This application is filed for the purpose of requesting relief from the Village of Huntley Zoning Code, Section 156.028 (C) (3) Minimum Yards, in reference to the construction of a three-season room addition. The petitioners are requesting 7.53 feet relief from the required forty-foot "R-2" Single-Family Residence District minimum rear yard setback and approving such other relief as may be necessary to allow for the requested improvement in accordance with the site plan submitted to, and which is on file with, the Village of Huntley. A Public Hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals will be held at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at the Village Board Room, 10987 Main Street, Huntley, IL 60142, at which time and place any person determining to be heard may be present. The public hearing may be continued or adjourned to a new date, time, and place in accordance with the requirements of the Illinois Open Meetings Act. /s/Jack Tures Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013.)


The Board of Education for McHenry Elementary School District 15, McHenry County, Illinois, will be accepting sealed bids for: GENERAL WORK Hilltop Elementary Project No. 12126 McHenry Elementary School District 15 reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities and to accept the bid from the lowest responsible bidder which is considered to be in the best interest of the School District. All Bids are to be in accordance with the Instruction to Bidders and be accompanied by a Certified Check or Bid Bond equal to 10% of the bid amount. Sealed Bids will be received Friday, February 15, 2013 until the hour of 2:00 PM and then, at that time, publicly opened and read at: McHenry Elementary School District 15 Central Office 1011 N. Green Street McHenry, Illinois 60050 For Bid Documents and Information contact the Architect: Obtain Bidding Documents (maximum 3 sets) after January 24, 2013 at: BHFX, LLC 30W250 Butterfield Road Warrenville, Illinois 60555 P: 630-393-0777 F: 630-393-0888 A refundable deposit for the drawings and specifications of $50.00 per set is required. Drawing Sets with a refundable deposit are available only to Prime contractors. Subcontractors and/or suppliers may purchase bidding documents with no refundable deposit. (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013)


The Board of Education for McHenry Elementary School District 15, McHenry County, Illinois, will be accepting sealed bids for: MECHANICAL/HVAC WORK Hilltop Elementary Valley View Elementary School Project No. 12127 McHenry Elementary School District 15 reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities and to accept the bid from the lowest responsible bidder which is considered to be in the best interest of the School District. All Bids are to be in accordance with the Instruction to Bidders, and be accompanied by a Certified Check or Bid Bond equal to 10% of the bid amount.

Sealed Bids will be received Friday, February 15, 2013 until the hour of 2:00 PM and then, at that time, publicly opened and read at: McHenry Elementary School District 15 Central Office 1011 N. Green Street McHenry, Illinois 60050 For Bid Documents and Information contact the Architect: Obtain Bidding Documents (maximum 3 sets) after January 24, 2013 at: BHFX, LLC 30W250 Butterfield Road Warrenville, Illinois 60555 P: 630-393-0777 F: 630-393-0888 A refundable deposit for the drawings and specifications of $50.00 per set is required. Drawing Sets with a refundable deposit are available only to Prime contractors. Subcontractors and/or suppliers may purchase bidding documents with no refundable deposit. (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013)


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PUBLIC NOTICE ASSUMED NAME PUBLICATION NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that on January 25, 2013, a certificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of McHenry County, Illinois, setting forth the names and postoffice address of all of the persons owning, conducting and transacting the business known as GAME ON by MC located at 2813 Sun Valley Dr., Cary, IL 60013. Dated January 25, 2013.


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LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given in compliance with the Zoning Ordinance of the Village of Huntley, Illinois, that a public hearing will be held before the Huntley Zoning Board of Appeals upon the application of Melton and Rebecca Cuaresma relating to the real estate commonly known as 10318 Oxford Drive; PIN: 18-22-405-037.

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Driver - $0.03 quarterly bonus. Plus $0.01 increase per mile after 6 and 12 months. Daily or Weekly pay. CDL-A, 3 months current OTR exp. 800-414-9569 TanTara Transportation is now hiring OTR Company Flatbed Drivers and Owner Operators. Competitive Pay and Home Time. Call Dave @ 800-6500292 or apply online at “You got the drive, We have the Direction” OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy. Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. 1-800-528-7825 Drivers: Experienced Drivers Needed! Company & Owner Operators today! Central Refrigerated (877) 369-7892

Drivers CDL-A $5000 SIGN-ON BONUS For exp’s solo OTR drivers & O/O’s Tuition reimbursement also available! New Student Pay & Lease Program USA TRUCK 877-521-5775

MOST CASH WILL BEAT ANY QUOTE GIVEN!! $400 - $2000 NO TITLE...... NO PROBLEM 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

815-814-1224 ★★ ★★ ★★★ ★★ ★★

2000 Ford Windstar SE

1 owner, loaded, remote starter. Backup sensors, dual heat & a/c. Looks & runs great! Warranty avail. $2600/obo. 815-344-9440

2005 KIA Sedona LX

1 owner, 7 passenger, front rear heat and a/c, warranty avail. $3600/obo. 815-344-9440

Bucket Seats, Grey Vinyl & Cloth

Like new, $95. Chrome oil pan for small black Chevy, $25. Spotlight 4”12 volt, like new, $85. 815-338-2376 Exhaust Headers – Ford – 289 Engine – Good Condition $40. 815-245-0407 Lv. Msg.

FS-14 inch factory steel wheel for 1980's Chevy, Buick, Pontiac $20 Email at:

GMs Owner's Manuals



We pay and can Tow it away!

Call us today: 815-338-2800


Kawasaki – Rare 1985 Bayoo 185 2 New Tires – Needs Some Work $350 obo 815-356-1406 aft. 3pm

'70's to '90's. Mint collectibles. 5 for $25. 815-459-7485 Harley Davidson Sportster Sissy Bar w/back pad & side plates, $75 847-400-4302

Reeze Ball & Hitch $15

2002 Cannondale Cannibal 440 All aluminum frame, new tires. Light weight, call after 4pm. 815-338-3969


Skid Pan for Volkswagon Bug or Dune Buggy, $75. 815-575-5924 Lv Msg

Tires – B F Goodrich – P265R60 18” Over ½ Of Tread Remains $25each/2 for $40 obo 815-814-5385 10am-9pm Tires. BF Goodrich. White lettering. All terrain. 32X11.5x15. Good tread. $60. 815-479-0492 Find !t here!

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A refundable deposit for the drawings and specificationsADOPTION of $50.00 per set is required. Drawing Sets with a refundable deposit are avail� ADOPTION � able only to Prime contractors. Loving couple wishes Subcontractors toand/or suppliers give love, happiness and may purchase bidding documents security to your newborn. with no refundable deposit. Let’s help each other. help Herald with expenses. (Published in the Can Northwest Donna & Al January 28, 2013) 877-492-8546


1994 GMC Suburban 1500, Black 4WD, lthr, ps, pw, tow pkg, 145K. Runs great! $3500/obo. Never used to plow. 847-287-0968

2001 Cadillac DTS

2 door coupe, 1 owner, auto. Sunroof, great heat, gas saver! Warranty available, $3300/obo. 815-344-9440


2012 Chevrolet Impala LT.

Pickup. 1 owner. Low miles. Topper. Only $9995. Ormsby Motors 815-459-4566

Bucket Seats, Chrome Wheels, Xtra Clean. Only $4995 Ormsby Motors 815-459-4566

Legal Notice:

Adam & Brittany Evans, #330/221 $785.00 PO Box 153 Wonderlake, IL 60097


4 door, 4 cyl, auto, a/c, leather. Navg radio, 7K miles, certified. $24,990.00, Stk # P2115 Reichert of Woodstock 815-338-2780

2005 Chevrolet 1500 Ext Cab




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V6, auto, a/c, alloys, 75K miles. $6,990.00. Stk # 3165A Reichert of Woodstock 815-338-2780

/s/Jack Tures Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals (Published in the Northwest Herald January 28, 2013.)

James Ware, #1029 PO Box 453 McHenry, IL 60051


1999 Lincoln Continental 60041 $2300 OBO 170K runs good, clean, well maintained 847-217-4651 2000 FORD FOCUS 4 cylinder, 4 door, new tires, brakes, and parts. runs good, high miles. $2300. Tom 847-651-7048

A Public Hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals will be held at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at the Village Board Room, 10987 Main Street, Huntley, IL 60142, at which time and place any person determining to be heard may be present. The public hearing may be continued or adjourned to a new date, time, and place in accordance with the requirements of the Illinois Open Meetings Act.

The contents of the following storage units, being miscellaneous household goods, furniture, vehicles, and/or tools will be sold at public sale on Saturday February 16, 2013 at 12 noon in the office of Community Self Storage, 4108 Orleans St. McHenry, IL 60050 (815 363 3355)

GORDON TRUCKING CDL-A Drivers Needed! Up to $4,000 Sign On Bonus! Dry, Reefer, OTR, Regional. Benefits, 401k, EOE, No East Coast. Call 7 days/wk! 888-653-3304 The Illinois Classified Advertising Network (ICAN) provides advertising of a national appeal. To advertise in this section, please call ICAN directly at 217-241-1700. We recommend discretion when responding. Please refer questions & comments directly to ICAN.

Openings for Walmart Distribution account in Olney, IL. Dedicated regional drivers, diesel & reefer technicians, truck washers, operations/dispatch. 800-277-0212 or


1970s upright organ, plays beautifully, happy to donate, moving into smaller condo-cannot take with, FREE 815-260-7551

Art of Democracy Scholarship ★★ Contest ★★ National 1st Prize $10,000 Local Prize $500.00 ★★★★★★★★★

Qualifications for Entry into Contest ★★★★★★★★★

Have to live in or go to McHenry County High School

Student Age 14 - 18 Deadline April 2, 2013

Sponsored by McHenry Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post # 4600 Contact 815-344-8965

COUCH FREE 815-900-6215 Desk: Modern Black Formica office desk, will donate moving to smaller condo-cannot take with FREE 815-260-7551 Tables: (2) 4'x4', 30 inches high, vinyl/formica like top, under counter storage, retail quality FREE 815-675-2772 TOILET ~ GERBER White, 1.6GPF. 847-802-4949

TRAINING/EDUCATION ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home *Medical, *Business *Criminal Justice *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 888-336-5053

Clothing $5 a Bag, Plus Sizes

$30. For All McHenry, Lakeland Park. 815-385-8631

COAT - Ladies size 2x Tan suede, sherpa lined coat. Knee length, very warm. Like brand new. $50/or best. Call 815-451-4431 Jacket - Motorcycle – Leather – Size 54 Harley Plus Club Patches $125 815-382-4743

NECKLACE STERLING SILVER Chain with medallion, brand new. $120. 815-385-3269

Prom Dress – Beautiful Ball Gown Style – Size 14 – Shimmery Blue Spaghetti Straps – Lots of Beading Worn Once – Like New $150 815-403-7981 after 1pm

Shoes – Men's Redwing – Brown Size 14 Brand New $65 obo 815-338-5083 9am-9pm


Page C4• Monday, January 28, 2013 SHOES, Men's High Quality Weinbrenner Thorogood High Gloss Uniform Shoes, Size 14E, never worn. $75/obo. Call John 815-675-6199 Women's Ski Jacket. Medium. Like new! $35 815-385-3269 Women's Suede Coat. Reversible. Fur/Suede. Large. $30. 815-385-3269


Haier, 3.6 c uft, $65. 815-923-4152 CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN - OSTER Never used. $25. 815-356-9114 DISHWASHER - Whirlpool black, 4 wash cycles, delay wash, runs great. 815-451-4431. $175.00/or best offer. Dishwasher – GE – White New - Never Used - $300. 847-971-5618 10am-9pm Double Oven - Black Modern Maid Gas Double Oven, 24" wide, with Medium Oak Merillat Cabinet and oven mounts. Additional matching cabinet 33" X 30" $200. 815-759-1941 DRYER – Gas, white, extra large capacity, $100. 815-477-0655


Kenmore, 4-5 years old. Good condition! $125/obo. 815-322-2254

Ehrke's Used Appliance and More. 144 Washington Street in Woodstock. 815-308-5068 We now have NEW appliances also. Special Sale 10% off any new appliance in stock. Sale ends Feb 4th MICROWAVE - Whirlpool over range. Black, 1000watts, turntable, quick defrost, several cook options. Excellent condition. $150/or best offer. Call 815-451-4431 Microwave – GE - White - Mounts Above Stove – Never Used $125. 847-971-5618 10am-9pm Mini-Fridge. GE. Black. $20 847-409-6477 REFRIGERATOR – Whirlpool, white, ice maker, freezer on top. $175.00 815-477-0655 SLICER for Meat or Cheese. US Berkel Model HCX, 1/3 HP. Very Good Condition. $200 Call John 815-675-6199


Electric, 6 years old, MINT! $50. 847-658-4720 Washer Kenmore white. Great Cond. $225. You haul. 815-455-5928

Washer/Dryer Bases

White wood, bases for front load washers & dryers, 29”x29”x12”. $70/ea. 815-398-9648

Barbie Doll - MATTEL HOLIDAY BARBIE DOLL, Special Edition lrg. size. 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 & 2000 Millennium. Incomplete, Never Opened Collector Boxes. $100 ea.815-455-1080

Baseball Cards

2008 Topps Heritage, over 600 cards. Asking $50. 815-338-4829

Baseball Cards

2012 Topps Hobby Set & Updated Set, both for $80. 815-338-4829

Basketball Cards Rookie Cards Bryant, James, Bosh, $15/ea. And many more! 815-338-4829

China, Royal china company, Underglazed Doorn, onion pattern from 1955. I have over 75 pieces for sale . $400 for all or will consider selling pieces. 815-451-4431

Dairy Queen Posters - Vintage

28x22 and 11x14 from1970 & 1980, colorful $10/each, great for framing 815-385-1026

Electric Train - Thomas Kinkade Christmas Express, metal, 20 pcs. NEVER USED, $350. 815-385-1026

Football Rookie Cards

Tebow, $20, P. Manning $25, B. Sanders $30. And many more! 815-338-4829

Hand Mirrors

2 brass, 1 plastic very old and nice 3/$50. 815-459-7485 HO model passenger train, two engines, one powered, one dummy. Six matching passenger cars. Asking $85. 815-814-4289

Irish Linen Eyelet Tablecloth

and 10 Napkins, white, 110Lx80W, $50. 815-459-3822 Jack Daniel's Model T – Delivery Truck – Lg.1:16Scale – 150 Sep. Components – Orig.Pkg – Never Displayed $80 847-428-8714 After 3pm Ladder Back Chairs w/arms, (2) Rush Seat. Very old. Perfect Cond. Great gift, $200/obo. 815-861-1163

Picture of Blue Angels

over Niagra Falls, 1967, signed by 7 pilots, $145. 815-578-0212

Porcelain Doll

22” with chair, Jan McLean, $80. 224-523-1569 Radio – Old Time – Admiral Super Aeroscope – Works $40. 630-584-6095 9am-9pm

Sewing Chest ~ Walnut

3 drawers, 2 side sections. 14Dx24Wx24H, perfect condition! $200/obo. 815-861-1163 Sports Cards from '80s & 90s. Two large boxes. 100's of cards. $125 OBO/both boxes. 847-409-6477

Sugar & Creamer Pickard

Salt & Pepper, gold floral, $135. 815-459-3822

Village Canisters (15) Lenox 1992, Fine Porcelain, Beautiful. 815-385-1026 $350/all.

Wine Glasses – 6 – Goblet Hand Cut Crystal/Gold Plated Rim – Hummel Figure Stem – From Germany $200. 815-895-2877 Noon-10pm

Breast Pump

Ameda, Purely Yours with all accessories, $35. 815-307-8149 Car Seat - Eddie Bauer, Infant / Child car seat. good condition. $70. Call 847-669-1424 DIAPERS ~ 100% COTTON New in package, flat 27”x27”. $8/dozen, pre-fold, 14”x20”. $9/dozen. 630-721-0068

Pack & Play – Graco - & New Born Napper Station Portable Play Yard- New Condition Broadstreet Col. $50. obo 815-459-3671 Leave Message

Forced Air Heater-Free Standing

Rudd, natural gas. Great for home, garage or shop. Works great! $325 847-902-5945

Framing Nailer

Neumatic, Bostitch with 14 cases of 8D sheating nails. $280/obo or possible trade. 708-363-2004

Insulating Blankets (80)

For covering concrete, 6'x25' $20/ea. 847-514-4989

SPACE HEATER, $60 - 200,000 BTU, LP HOOK-UP, great for job site. Can send picture. 815-477-8928

FILE CABINET - 2 Drawers Beige Like new. No key. $15. 815-363-8559 Shampoo Bowl, Belvedere flo-temp, white porcelain Asking $90 Call 815-482-4531 Patty

RETRO SCHOOL DESK - classic and very sturdy, ready for your creative touches. $45. 815-477-9023 Yachting Magazines. 1990-2010 Total 250. Excellent condition $10 obo 815-344-9665

CHAIR - adjustable, armless oak desk chair. $25. Call Christine at 815-459-0259

Chairs - Set of 6

Solid oak, double press back, Exc cond, orig $80 per chair, $250 for set. 815-895-4659 CHAISE LOUNGER / SMALL COUCH – white. 60” long, 50” wide, height at top 28” & foot of the lounger 16”. No tears or holes, non-smoking home. $125 obo. 815-363-8559


Base pewter, top marble border with glass inlay. New $1800, sell for $125. 815-363-2026

Coffee & End Table

Solid med oak, excellent condition! $125/both. Can deliver, can email pics. 815-347-3833 Computer Desk w/ retractable keyboard drawer and large storage drawer excellent condition $35 815-354-2462 COTTAGE CUPBOARD - Beautiful shabby chic style cupboard, painted lilac inside & out. Lovely to see, perfect in any room for that vintage cottage decor. $295. 815-477-9023 Desk ~ Wood Contemporary, 3 pieces. Excellent condition, $35. 815-899-1701 Dining Room Chairs (6). Oak. 2 with arms. Beige cushion seats. $120/all. 847-802-4949

Dining Room Chairs

Windsor solid oak, 2 side, Perfect. $50/ea. 815-861-1163 Dining Room set – 7 Piece – Colonial Style – Table – 4 Chais – 2 Leaves – Excellent Condition $95 815-455-0971

2009 13.3" APPLE MACBOOK 2.26GHz / 2 GB Ram 250 Hard Drive $475 call Brian 815-355-7438

DINING TABLE, $75 - 48" diameter, plus 1 leaf, walnut woodgrain finish, sturdy. can send picture. 815-477-8928

Bookshelf JBL Speakers (wood) (2) great condition & quality. $100/pair. Call 847-669-1424

33Hx36Lx19D, $50. Can deliver. Can email pics. 815-347-3833

DVD/CD Sony 5 disc Player for home stereo system w/ remote. Great look & cond. $75. 847-669-1424 Kindle 3. Incl leather cover. Like new, in original boxes. $55. 847-409-6477 Playstation 3. Incl Controller and 6 Games. $400. 815-382-2638 Printer/Fax HP Office Jet ProL7590 All In One – w/Cartridges & Accessories – Work Great - $35.obo 815-276-2335

Receiver - Sherwood $75 815-578-0212

Stereo System – Sony Mini Hi Fi Component System – Speakers Cassette & CD Player – Remote Control – Plays Great – Lists For $200 Asking $40 224-587-5091

TV - 32”

RCA, 5 years old, $50. 847-658-4720 TV WALL MOUNT - Flat panel TV HD Mount: for tvs 23" to 37". Weight cap 80lbs. Adjust. Tilt and roll. $45 call 847-669-1424 TV. JVC 25” Color. Works great! Remote incl. $45. 815-455-4634 Call after 9am. TV: Magnavox 13" tele/dvd combo. (not a flat panel) 7 years old but Great cond. $90 847-669-1424

Malibu Pilates chair - Only used a couple of times. Like brand new with 6 instructional tapes! You'll love this!!! $300. 815-344-5221 Nordic Track Ski Exercise Machine Model: Sequoia. $60. 815-356-9114 Treadmill. Image 2.0VT. 6 pre-set workouts. Fold-up. Barely used. $275. 815-459-6559 After 4pm Weight Set - Olympic 300 lbs. With Hampton collars & plate rack. $150 773-895-2358 Huntley

IT'S DRY & CLEAN Oak, Maple, Cherry Mix $90 Face 2 for $170 delivered 815-385-3071 MIXED FIREWOOD Oak - Maple - Cherry $85/FC or 2FC $165. Free Delivery and Stacking. 815-528-0586

ARMOIRE AND TWO MATCHING BOOKCASES , Bassett, heavy, medium oak, can send pictures. Delivery available for full price offer in Crystal Lake area. Very nice set, $200. 815-477-8928

BEAUTIFUL ROCKING CHAIR Perfect for nursery. Excellent condition! $100. 815-546-1037 Bed – Roll About – Almost New – Used 3 Times – New $250. Asking $100. 224-321-7536

BEDROOM SET - $350 queen, girls, solid pine, DEAL, whitewash/light oak finish, heavy duty: armoire with shelves and drawers, nightstand, headboard / footboard, rails and slats, self standing dressing mirror; includes mattress and box spring in excellent condition, can send pictures. 815-477-8928 BUFFET - Solid Oak, Buffet server 2 pieces, leaded glass doors, 48"L 18"W Like New cond. asking $125/obo. Call 815-321-3963 or 815-385-6501 CANADEL DINING ROOM SET Rectangular table with 4 chairs. for info/pictures. CAPTAIN'S BED With trundle underneath, $150/obo. 815-344-9054

Entertainment Center - Corner ENTERTAINMENT CENTER WE Smithe ent center w/ hutch. $275 OBO. 847-515-8083 Folding Chairs – 4 Metal – Light Grey w/Padded Seats – Mint Condition $35 815-322-2678 9am-6pm

Kid's Loft Bed. Dark brown wood. 4Ft high. $75 OBO. 815-344-9054

Kitchen Table + 4 Chairs

Solid oak, Amish, 42” round, expands to 42x60, $325. Can deliver. Can email pics. 815-347-3833 Liquor Cabinet – Old World – w/Rollers – Stores Bottles - $60. 847-829-4695 9am-9pm LOVESEAT - Leather reclining loveseat color wine / burgandy $75. 815-739-4279 Mirror & matching cabinet w/ counter top from Ethan Allen, oak, can e-mail pictures, asking $250 847-457-4757 Plant stand - 6 ft X 17" X 12". Bamboo shaped iron frame. Yellow. 5 glass shelves. $60. Island Lake. Queen Bed w/ Maple Headboard. Incl Linens. $150. 847-680-1301


Dark blue, good condition! $125. 815-678-7131 ROCKER. OAK WITH BLUE CUSHIONS; JOHNSBURG AREA $25.00 708/602-8353 SHELVING UNIT - WHITE WASHED WOODEN - Great for store display merchandise, cottage, french country appeal, 48w x 64h x 18d, heavy duty, excellent condition, $95, 815-477-9023. TODDLER BED, $45. Blue racecar style w/mattress. INCLUDES MATTRESS. Can send picture. 815-477-8928 Trundle Bed. Incl frame, 2 twin mattresses. $65 815-575-0543


White wood headboard, frame, mattress, box spring. $35/obo. 815-363-9133 ~ 815-370-1069


Light wood, great condition! $90 815-575-3414 Vintage Encyclopaedia Britannica bookcase. Good, solid condition. Finish not perfect, $50. Island Lake

Ceiling Fan – Oak Palm Leaf w/Light – Beautiful $95 816-363-1860 after 5pm Ceiling Fan: multi colored, great for kid's room, $30 708-408-3823 Coffee Grinder – Cuisinart – New In Box - $15 Fan – Holmes Twin Window Fan w/Digital Control – Like New In Box w/Manual $35 815-403-7868 After 5PM ICE CRUSHER Portable Electric Use on counter for drinks or fancy food. Works good, $15. 815-455-3555 PICTURE FRAMES - over 30 picture frames. All sizes, some new. Great for gifts / projects and yourself. $30 for ALL. 815-363-8559 VERTICAL BLINDS - Custom made from Bali. Never been hung all hardware included. Tan/Beige color. Fits window 46 x 47 or can be adjusted for smaller window. 2 sets. $125/both. Call 815-451-4431 Have a photo you'd like to share? Upload it to our online photo album at


WOOD SHELVES - Unfinished Decorative Wood Shelves. One is shaped like a barn, 18” tall & has little shelves for placing small objects, other has 3 shelves is 22” tall & 25” & about 6” deep. Both for $30. 815-363-8559

Automatic Welding Wire, 30 lb. copper spool, 1/16", AWS A5.l8 E70S 1B, heat: 661C275, made by Raco, USA. (new/old). $80. 847-487-1650



Full size, good condition! $30/obo. 847-712-0303 after 4pm Air Hockey Table. GoodTime Novelty. Very good condition. $125. 847-639-0065 BIANCA 2 year old female Terrier mix At any one moment there are a million memories I will treasure. Life happens and I plan on being spontaneous. 815-338-4400 Cat: Friendly, loving 4 yr old spayed black & white female looking for quiet home FREE TO GOOD, QUIET HOME 815-728-7105

Bench Vises. (2) 3/5 Swivel jaws. $25/both 815-479-0492 DRILL - DEWALT CORDLESS, 14 volt, 2 batteries, 1 charger and case $75. Call Mark 815-482-9443

Framing Nailer

Neumatic, Bostitch with 14 cases of 8D sheating nails. $280/obo or possible trade. 708-363-2004 SKIL 3-TOOL COMBO KIT - Drill, Air Gun Inflator and Flashlight. 12 volt cordless tools with corded back-up and case. Never been opened. $45. Call Mark 815-482-9443

Baker Oven - Stand, Hood

For jewelry Honeywell, DCP100, Digital controller, programmer. $200 847-476-6771

CHICK 8 month old female Tabby DSH I'll never be what I was meant to be if I'm not having fun. I'm looking for someone to touch my heart and feed my soul. 815-338-4400 DOG NAIL TRIMMER/GRINDER, NEW IN BOX (AS SEEN ON TV) $15 JOHNSBURG AREA 708/602-8353 Dog Run. Chain link. One large size, can be separated into two. $75 OBO. 847-409-6477 FOSTER HOMES NEEDED For dogs/pups. We provide vetting, supplies and food. E-mail us

KITTENS (5) 12 WEEKS FREE TO GOOD HOME 12 weeks old, good with pets and people. 815-382-4796 or 815-861-0430

Oak 55 gal Fish Tank Stand (no tank) incl Hood. Very nice. $100 obo. 630-443-1248 9am-9pm



Just In Time for Valentine's Day!

BOOKS - HUGE amount of children's & Teen books. Includes several hardcovers and paperback. Perfect for home, home school, grandma's house or GIFTS for Boys and Girls. Over 40 titles in good to perfect condition. asking $60 obo. 815-363-8559

Mix of pure bred Black Lab & pure bred Golden Retriever

54x78”, rich, dark gold floral, $90. 815-459-3822


Gourmet Traditions, drawer style. Wood block, never used, $50. 815-546-1037 FLOOR PILLOW: HUGE - stuffed with down. Approx 4 foot round. With Red fabric cover. Great for kids or adults. $70. Call 847-669-1424


2 males with cage and supplies. These playful pets are 4-5 years old and live up to 20 yrs. $300/all. 815-728-7469

Scrapbook Supplies

Steel Cabinet

21X36x27, 2 doors, lexan top. Very nice, $60. 815-459-7485


White, perceptions, sheers over vertical slats, 2 windows. 9'Wx84”L & 10'10”Wx84”. rods included, $250. 847-337-1686

Wall Furnace ~ Natural Gas

Ideal for garage or workshop 6'Hx14”Wx12”D, thermostat control with 2900btu blower, $300/obo. 815-943-3305 Day

Acoustic Guitar

With pick up, great for Blues/Folk/ C/W custom hard case, very nice. $150/obo. 815-575-2458 Acoustic Guitar/Yamaha $80 815-701-1172 Live Stage Monitor. Community Wedge LX148 "15 2 way. passive. Great condition. $165. Call 847-669-1424


Antique, very good condition! $200/obo 815-861-9694 Don't See What You're Looking For Today? Check Back Tomorrow! Never The Same Paper Twice! Northwest Classified 800-589-8237

FIREARMS AUCTION Fri., Feb. 15th, Sat., Feb. 16th and Sun., Feb. 17th at Rock Island Auction Company in Rock Island, IL!

Over 2,900 lots, Over 7,000 Firearms, 5000+ Items Classified as Antique or Curio & Relic, Nearly 2000 Sporting Arms, 800+ Colts, Nearly 700 Winchesters, Hundreds of Military Items Manufacturers to include: Winchester, Smith & Wesson, Colt, Ruger, Remington, Browning, Marlin, Mauser, Savage and more. Plus Edged Weapons, Ammunition, Books, Holsters, Firearms Parts, Military Uniforms and more! To inquire about this sale or selling at auction call 1-800-238-8022 or email: View catalog in full color and bid today at Open to the public. Auction begins 9am Fri., Feb. 15, Sat., Feb. 16 & Sun., Feb. 17 at 7819 42nd St. W. Rock Island, IL. Full day preview Thurs., Feb. 14, 10am-6pm and Fri.-Sun., Feb. 15-17, 7:30am-9am. 17.5% buyer’s premium for C/C, discount offered to 15% for pre-approved check or cash.

Police Officer

The Freeport Board of Fire and Police Commission is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.

Police applications and information packets will be distributed January 23, 2013 – February 26, 2013 Orientation, Physical Agility and Written exam held 3/23/13. Police applications may be picked up in person at 320 W. Exchange, Freeport, IL 61032 On-line applications and information packets for police are available at The City of Freeport is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment based on race, religion, sex, age, national origin, color, ancestry, marital status, or mental or physical handicaps.

Questions may be directed to Janet Weber 815-235-8222.


Entire Christmas collection. Includes Lights, Standing Figures, Garland, placemats, manger, stocking holders and more. Great for next year or to resell. Looking to sell all for one price. $150 obo. 815-363-8559 Garmin GPS Nuvi 200 w/box & receipt, $50 815-823-2929

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Here are the answers to the bidding and lead questions in my Christmas Competition. 2. If South is the dealer and East-West pass throughout, how would the bidding go? See the diagram. Yes, South might rebid two spades; perhaps North is 5-3 in the majors. But it is not clear that a 5-4 spade fit will be better than a 6-3 heart fit. Look at only the West hand. 3a. If South opens one diamond, what should West do? Make a takeout double. This isn’t guaranteed to work better than a twoclub overcall, but it keeps more options open. A good partner will bid a five-card major. (Pass could be best, but goes against the grain these days.) 3b. If West opens one club (yes, a tad thin) and East responds one heart, what should West rebid? Two hearts -- no second choice. 3c. South opens one notrump (15 to 17 points) and North raises to three notrump. What should West lead? The club four. Look at only the South hand.

4. South opens one heart and North responds one spade. What should South rebid? Four spades (or three spades; or four clubs, a splinter bid -- but that would be my third choice with so few high-card points). Look at only the East hand. 5a. If West opens one spade, what should East respond? Three spades, limit raise. 5b. If South opens one club, West makes a takeout double and North passes, what should East bid? Two spades.


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TODAY - To fulfill an ambitious objective in the year ahead, you must be prepared to make some changes. Possessing the flexibility to adapt quickly to changing circumstances will greatly enhance your chances of success. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- You are not likely to make a good decision if you’re forced to do so under pressure. Don’t let yourself be pushed into coming up with an immediate answer. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- Something you previously failed to attend to properly could demand your attention. If you don’t take care of it once and for all, it will remain a burr under your saddle. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Being too assertive can make it difficult for you to get others to follow your lead. Respect others’ abilities, and treat people as if they have some common sense of their own. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Although you and your mate might have the same objective, your methods could conflict. If neither of you will compromise, trouble is likely. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Even though you’re usually a rather easygoing individual, you could have a chip on your shoulder today. Try not to read too much into other people’s words or actions. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- It’s entirely up to you to protect your interests in both financial and social situations. Unless you look out for yourself, you could end up being the scapegoat. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- As long as you stick to your blueprint, things should go rather smoothly. Let another lead you astray, however, and you can kiss your careful plans goodbye. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- To be productive, you must be well organized and methodical. If you get off on the wrong foot, you might not find your equilibrium. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- Don’t let friends get you involved in something that you don’t like doing and can’t afford, to boot. Be selective regarding your social activities. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- No one is questioning your capacity to achieve, but you first need to set goals that are actually attainable. Be realistic and practical at all times. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Instead of making mountains out of molehills, strive to be pragmatic. Harboring a poor attitude will make life much more unpleasant than it needs to be. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- If you need to negotiate with a tough cookie who has something you want and knows it, you can win out if you are courageous and firm in your dealings.

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