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Jump Rope for Heart SUBMITTED PHOTOS McHenry County News
McHenry High School’s PE Leadership students volunteered at the Riverwood Elementary School Jump Rope for Heart Event last week. A special congratulations to PE teacher Mrs. Joy Hafer on her upcoming retirement. She has organized 17 Jump Rope for Heart events and raised nearly $150,000 for the American Heart Association. Awesome job - Riverwood Elementary Students who participated today. And proud of our High School PE Leaders who served.
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2018
McHenry County Gardenfest set for April 7
Spring has sprung at the McHenry County Gardenfest. Come learn about new garden trends, plants and techniques at this day-long series of gardenrelated seminars and workshops. Gardenfest 2018 will be held April 7 at McHenry County College (MCC), 8900 U.S. Route 14, in Crystal Lake, Ill., from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gardenfest is an annual educational event cosponsored by MCC and the University of Illinois Extension McHenry County Master Gardeners. A total of 20 breakout sessions — presented by industry experts, U of I Extension educators, Master Gardeners and MCC instructors — will cover a myriad of gardening topics. In addition, dozens of exhibitors will be onsite selling books and garden-related products and demonstrating their crafts. The keynote speaker will be Mark Dwyer, director of horticulture at Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville Wis. His keynote address will discuss, “The Sensory Garden.” Dwyer has been with the Rotary Botanical Garden for 19 years, where he directs the maintenance and improvement of this 20-acre botanical resource with a talented grounds staff and many dedicated volunteers. Mark previously worked at Fernwood Botanical Garden in Niles, Mich., and as a landscape designer in Appleton, Wis. Mark has degrees in landscape architecture and urban forestry. He also blogs at rotarybotanicalgardens.org. Other Gardenfest topics will include “Developing a Pollinator’s Paradise,” “Fun and Fabulous Terrariums,” “Cooking with Herbs,” and “Feng Shui and Zen Meditation Gardens” in addition to many “how-to” classes. Gardenfest boasts 20 breakout sessions offered in four segments; each segment lasts an hour. Lunch will be served midday in the MCC cafeteria. Attendees also are eligible for door prizes. Registration forms are available online at mchenry.edu/gardenfest. Registration begins Feb. 12, and the cost is $45. Space is limited, so register early. The registration deadline is March 27; no refunds after this date. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the day of the event (for an added $5 fee, first come, first served). No refunds for any reason. For more information, visit mchenry.edu/gardenfest, email email@example.com or call 815479-7570. The McHenry County Master Gardeners are a group of more than 130 volunteers sponsored by the University of Illinois Extension. Master Gardeners complete rigorous training in horticulture and botany and volunteer a minimum of 30 hours per year. The mission of a Master Gardener is to share unbiased, reliable researchbased information with home landscapers and gardeners, as well as to encourage people to enjoy gardening and vegetable growing. Contact the McHenry County Master Gardeners at 1102 McConnell Road, Box 1430, Woodstock, IL 60098, phone 815-338-3737 or visit web.extension.illinois.edu/lm. Visit us on Facebook at McHenry Co Master Gardeners. University of Illinois •U.S. Department of Agriculture •Local Extension Councils Cooperating University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in an Extension program, please contact our office.
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In my opinion
We are just back from London and I want to tell you about Oxford (been on my dream list for years to visit Oxford University!); Windsor Castle (the Queen was there!); Stonehenge (still a mystery!); our hotel; the BAFTA Awards; every tourist site we got to see or didn’t get to see; Princess Di’s dresses; tourist buses; the tube; the pubs; everything. But I am tired. My brain is foggier than the London mists. I always thought it was a myth what people say about the recirculated air on long flights, but as we sat on that plane, I felt my throat
Brits’ version of English is far different than ours
grow scratchy and my body start to ache. I rarely get sick or catch a cold, but here I am, feeling quite germ-infested. I will never again raise my eyebrows at those who wear surgical masks while traveling. So instead of chatting you up and spreading any sniffles, let me just say we had a brilliant time, and that rumor is true: The Brits say the word BRILLIANT a lot. Before I snuggle under the covers and take a nap, let me share with you some other common British lingo. Lurgy: sick or under the weather.
KELLY SIMMONS Columnist
Made Redundant: to be fired or let go from one’s position. “Bugger off!”: “Go away!” or “Leave me alone!” Minted: to be extremely rich. Cheeky: to be not respectful of something, having a flippant or facetious attitude.
Knackered: phrase meaning “extremely tired,” often uttered after a long, exhausting day; also see: “zonked.” Chin Wag: to have a chat with someone. Off One’s Trolley: mad, out of one’s mind. Pavement Pizza: euphemism for puke or vomit. Barmy: crazy, insane; always derogatory. Collywobbles: extreme queasiness or stomach pain brought on by stress, nervousness or anxiety. Bits ‘n Bobs: various things. (Example: “My mother has a lot of
Bits ‘n Bobs around the house.”) Starkers: completely naked. If you want more words and phrases that cannot be printed here, go to https://thoughtcatalog. com/nico-lang/2013/09/71-simplebritish-slang-phrases-everyoneshould-start-using/5/. For now, I am knackered so I am off to Bedfordshire! (“I’m Off To Bedfordshire!”: “I’m hitting the hay!”) Kelly Epperson invites you to visit www.kellyepperson.com and sign up for her weekly newsletter full of insight and encouragement for daily life.
Slices of life
Winter Olympics – big thrills and big air The Winter Olympics are waning. Competition officially ends Feb. 25. Sigh. It’s been a good (sleigh) ride. If you’re like me, the Winter Games provide opportunities to develop an interest in and become an expert on sports not typically televised during prime time. Let’s start with curling, which as far as I can decipher has nothing to do with anything curly, especially hair. It involves large round granite disks – called stones – that slide across the ice toward a target. It’s sort of a cross between bowling and shuffleboard, but with brooms and on ice. I’ve watched some curling matches (are they called matches?) and still don’t understand the intricacies of the game. I have been intrigued and drawn in by the propensity of players to yell unique – and dare I say odd – phrases during the course of the “slideshow.” I’m not sure if they are shouting at each other, their opponents or the stones. Either way, their
outcries are entertaining not to mention loud. A sport with a name like skeleton has to be dangerous. And it is. Skeleton racing involves plummeting headfirst down a steep and treacherous ribbon of polished ice on a tiny sled at speeds over 80 miles per hour. Racers do wear cool looking helmets, so there’s some amount of comfort in that. Equally thrilling, the luge is like the skeleton except backwards. Riders hurl themselves down a slippery ice track, feet first and face up, one or two persons to a sled. The twoperson model requires one racer to lie atop the other in a decidedly awkward pile-up of muscles and spandex. Awkwardness aside, it still looks dangerous. I think I’d take a pass – better make that a double pass for doubles luge (which is only available for men at this point anyway). Bobsleighing (the official Olympic term) has one, two and four-person
JILL PERTLER Contributer
events. The one-person race is known as the monobob, which like curling has nothing to do with hair. Bob sledders ride down a winding, narrow and icy track in brightly colored go-karts powered by gravity on steroids (the sleds, not athletes). The ride looks to be kidney jarring in an extreme way. But hey, if the outcome is a gold medal maybe a little trauma to your internal organs is the price you pay. New this year, big air is exactly as its name implies. Athletes fly down a ski ramp that curls at the end and shoots snowboarders into the sky to heights formerly known only to people wearing parachutes. Is big air dan-
gerous? Do snowboarders fly? The Winter Olympics hosts a total of 15 sports and is basically a junior version of the Summer Games, which boast an impressive 42. This is further compounded by the fact that just one summer category, called “athletics” is comprised of 47 different track and field events and could practically qualify as an Olympics on its own. To increase the fairness quotient, especially for those of us suffering living in colder climates, I propose adding new Winter Olympic sports, with events potentially even more dangerous and exhilarating than skeleton or big air. Notoriously perilous and known for its edge-of-your-seat hysteria, ice fishing is a prevalent reality for many cold-climate folks. Ice fisher-people have actually been angling for years to get their chance at Olympic gold. If this occurs, fisher-athletes would be required to test clean for various drugs and steroids. Thankfully, beer
would not be on the list of banned substances. Other sports that might be medalworthy include passing a snowplow on black ice during a snowstorm at rush hour, pushing a full shopping cart through four inches of newly fallen snow across the official Olympic parking lot, snow shoveling the front steps with a non-motorized metal shovel while wearing choppers and finally, the most obvious, Zamboni speed driving. The Winter Olympics are great as is, but they could be even better with increased competitive options. And more medals, duh. I’m sure we can come up with even more superextreme sporty ideas. We’ve got four years to think about it. Jill Pertler is an award-winning syndicated columnist, published playwright, author and member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Don’t miss a slice; follow the Slices of Life page on Facebook.
Songs of Hope in the Barn
‘Stilson’s Auto Body Equipment Auction’ SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH – 10:00 A.M. 201 S. ADAMS AVE., FREEPORT, IL
Harold Is Retiring after Over 35 Years in Business! Will Sell: Automotive Body Repair Equipment & Tools; Air Compressors; Millermatic Wire & Spot Welders; Torch Sets; Frame Pullers; Shop Press; Service Jacks & Stands; Specialty Tools & Equipment; Body Finishing & Sprayers; Roller Tool Chest & Mechanic Tools; Vintage Auto Parts; Complete Radiator Repair Shop; Many Other Related Items. Vehicle: 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Located on the Corner of Adams & Spring, E. Side of Freeport.
‘Premiere Firearms, Military, Sportsman Auction 2018’ SATURDAY, MARCH 24TH – 10:00 A.M. HACK’S AUCTION ANTIQUE CENTER 400 W. THIRD ST., PECATONICA, IL
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’12-Acre Hunting & Fishing Club Real Estate Auction’ THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH – 5:00 P.M. E. MAHONEY RD., WARREN, IL 61087
(Located 2-Miles S. of Warren on Rt. 78, W. on Mahoney Rd.) Secluded Jo Daviess County Estate. Featuring 12-Acre Wooded Parcel, 3-Acre Fresh-Water Pond, Springs & Wolf Creek, Century Old Oak & Walnut Hardwood Timber, Pine Trees, Open Land, Metal Storage Building & Picnic Shelter, Boundary Fence & Gate. Quiet & Private Setting. ‘Oneof-a-Kind’ Property with Variety of Uses. Great Rural Home Site. Wildlife & Recreational. Private Club Retreat for over 40-Years. Note: Tractor & Mower, Boat & Related Maintenance Items Included. Please Call or Log-on for Details or a Private Showing!
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It sure felt good to feel the temps get above freezing this past week. There’s nothing quite like feeling the sun as its rays pour down on the frozen earth bringing the melting of the ice and snow. It also feels great just sitting in my recliner by the picture window looking out at the two large oak trees that sit on each side of the start of our driveway. While I am soaking up the warmth of the sun on the inside, the slow climb above freezing outside is having a nice effect on the piles of snow that have accumulated. It just feels good to know that spring isn’t far off. I rediscovered another real pick me up for the soul as well this past week. Since winter has been rather long for me this year, I found that in order to keep from becoming too depressed about working out in the cold every day, I just sing my favorite hymns as I’m scraping the barn and working with my cows. Last night I sang such great songs as these; Trust and Obey, His Eye is On the Sparrow, Great is Thy Faithfulness, In the Garden, Softly and Tenderly, When the Role is Called up Yonder, and a few others. They were so uplifting to my soul and the Lord just boosted my spirit right up to heaven’s gate. I couldn’t help but think of the
SCOTT CERNEK Columnist
story in the book of Acts chapter 16. Paul and Silas were sharing the good news of salvation in Jesus to the crowds, and instead of accepting the message, the crowds became infuriated and beat them rods and threw them in jail. I’ll pick up the story at verse 25. 25 About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them, 26 and suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison were shaken. And immediately all the doors were opened, and everyone’s bonds were unfastened. 27 When the jailer woke and saw that the prison doors were open, he drew his sword and was about to kill himself, supposing that the prisoners had escaped. 28 But Paul cried with a loud voice, “Do not harm yourself, for we are all here.” 29 And the jailer called for lights and rushed in, and trembling with fear he fell down before Paul and
Silas. 30 Then he brought them out and said, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” 31 And they said, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household.” There certainly is power in singing and praising our great God, especially when you are struggling when the pressures of life. One of the songs I sang last night when I was working is about how God even looks after the sparrow. Because He cares for a tiny bird, how much more is He watching over me as well. It goes like this; Why should I feel discouraged? Why should the shadows come? Why should my heart feel lonely and long for heaven and home? When Jesus is my portion, my constant friend is He. His eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches me. And then the chorus goes like this; I sing because I’m happy. I sing because I’m free, for His eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches me. There is power in these simple words and what a great pick-meup for the soul. Until next week, stay close to Jesus my friend. His presence in your heart is the only thing that matters in the long run. Remember He wants to be your all in all. God bless.
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Environmental Defenders’ recycling drive set for March 10 • VCR, DVD, cassette, laser players • Cameras, cell phones, any handheld device • Game boys, electronic toys, electric cars • Humidifiers, small refrigerators, fans (all kinds) • Microwaves The following items require a fee of $.50 per pound with a maximum charge of $50 per item: • All Televisions (any size) and • Computer Monitors Each will be weighed to determine the fee, up to $50 per item. The following items are also collected at the drives at no charge: • Styrofoam, all colors, shapes and sizes--must be clean • Packing peanuts--only if securely enclosed in bag or box • Bubble wrap, packing pillows, foam sheets, etc. • DVDs, CDs, VHS and cassette tapes, floppy disks • Clothing/shoes/blankets/towels We accept the following for an additional fee: • Batteries; all types, $.50 per pound (No charge for car/motorcycle or sump pump batteries) • Florescent light bulbs $.50 per 4 ft. bulb or compact fluorescent light (CFL); $1 per 8 ft. bulbs (Regular incandescent bulbs can be put in your curbside trash. In addition, there are two permanent Styrofoam recycling sites set
Marengo PD seeking driver who hit fire hydrant The Marengo Police Department is looking for witnesses or someone who may know something about a fire hydrant that was hit near 549 S. Ann St. on Feb. 16, at approximately 2:22 a.m. The vehicle, which is believed to be a 2009 Dodge Ram 1500, hit the hydrant causing extensive damage, and fled the scene. Anyone knowing information is encouraged to call Detective Taylor at 815-568-7231.
up in partnership with the Village of Algonquin – 110 Meyer Dr., open 24-7 and Algonquin Township Highway Department, 3702 US HWY 14, Crystal Lake, open 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday. Special electronics recycling drive is also scheduled for those who live in McHenry Township. Please check our website for further details and for locations of future recycling dates
Founded in 1970, The Environmental Defenders of McHenry County is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the environment. The group provides the community with educational programs and volunteer action through committees, including Waste Reduction, Transportation, Water & Natural Resource Protec-
Conservation District to host ‘An Evening with Georgia Rae’ Join us for an intimate evening concert in a beautiful setting. McHenry County Conservation District is hosting An Evening with Georgia Rae on Friday, March 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Lost Valley Visitor Center in Glacial Park, Route 31 and Harts Road, Ringwood. Fiddle Champion Georgia Rae has discovered the magic of the loop pedal and opened a treasure trove of original material and a one-person show. Quirky and catchy, these songs will invade your life if you let them. Watch her build and give flight to song right before your eyes. In-
spired by contemporary artists from the Avette Brothers to Mungo Jerry, Georgia Rae’s music and love for life will follow you out the door and into the next day. Since the age of 5, Georgia Rae has played fiddle, winning six s championship titles (IL, MN, WI), and five state twin fiddle champion titles (MN, CO), as well as being named the 2016 National Twin Fiddle Champion. She has performed at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Chicago Botanic Garden, Jackpine Jamboree, John Hartford Festival, and various country fairs and festivals throughout the Midwest.
A 29-year-old Rockford woman is dead following a single-vehicle crash in the 17600 block of Kishwaukee Valley Road, in unincorporated Seneca Township. On February 25, 2018, at 7:35 p.m., the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, Marengo Rescue Squad, Marengo Fire Department, Woodstock Fire Department, and Harvard Fire Department responded to a single-vehicle crash in the 17600 block of Kishwaukee Valley Road involving a 2012 Hyundai Veloster.
Preliminary investigation indicates that the Hyundai was traveling westbound on Kishwaukee Valley Road when it left the roadway at Mckinstry Road and struck a tree. The front passenger, a 29-year-old female, was entrapped inside of the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, Jose Loredo, a 30-year-old male, was transported to Centegra Hospital - Huntley for non-life threatening injuries. He was later released and taken to the McHenry County Correctional Fa-
Feb. 24, 12:54 a.m. Luna, Elvin I., 27, McHenry Dui/Alcohol Speeding Driving 15-20 Mph Above Limit Feb. 24, 12:51 a.m. Barranco-Velez, Isidro, 26, McHenry Driving On Suspended Dl/Drivers License / Driving On Suspended License Improper Traffic Lane Usage Feb. 24, 2:40 a.m. Perez-Franco, Luis A., 28, Woodstock Speeding Driving 15-20 Mph Above Limit Driving Under Influence Of Alcohol Feb. 24, 3:08 a.m. Moritz, William R., 39, McHenry Driving Revoked/Suspended Dui/ Sss 4-9 Aggravated Dui License Suspended Or Revoked Driving Under Influence Of Alcohol Driving On Revoked Dl/Drivers License / Driving On Revoked License Operate Uninsured Mtr Vehicle Improper Traffic Lane Usage Feb. 24, 4:30 p.m. Siers, Sandra L., 63, McHenry Dui/Alcohol Improper Traffic Lane Usage Dui/Bac 0.08 Feb. 24, 11:48 p.m. Loredo, Jose, 30, Rockford Aggravated Dui Accident Death Dui/Alcohol Fail To Reduce Speed Feb. 25, 1:27 a.m. Engedahl, Kevin P., 37, Crystal Lake Battery/Make Physical Contact Feb. 25, 3 p.m. Gregg, David L., 44, Harvard Fail Reg 10 Days/New Residence Feb. 25, 6:07 p.m. Harris, Shawn R., 34, Cary
Harassment By Telephone Feb. 26, 2:35 a.m. Hall, Kenneth T., 35, Chicago Driving On Revoked Dl/Drivers License / Driving On Revoked License Feb. 26, 3:05 a.m. Schulz, Jordan G., 26, Crystal Lake Domestc Battery/Physical Contact/Prior Domestic Battery/Bodily Harm/ Prior Domestic Battery/Other Prior Interfering With The Reporting Of Domestic Violence Criminal D a.m.age Property<$300 Feb. 26, 4:25 a.m. Lee, Michelle M., 36, Woodstock
cility. Seatbelts were worn at the time of the crash and there was front airbag deployment. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash. The driver was charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, DUI alcohol, and aggravated DUI involving death. The investigation is ongoing by the McHenry County Coroner’s Office and the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office Major Crash Investigation Unit. Loredo’s court date was Feb. 28, at 9 a.m. Bond was set at $80,000.
Driving On Suspended Dl/Drivers License / Driving On Suspended License Feb. 25, 9:21 p.m. Comins, Justin J., 26, Wonder Lake Resist Peace Officer/Corr Emp Aggravated Assault Peace Officer / Volunteer Domestic Battery/Bodily Harm Feb. 26, 9:36 a.m. Meyer, Philip W., 52, Wonder Lake Driving Revoked/Suspended Dui/ Sss 4-9 Feb. 26, 9:55 a.m. Cullnan, Michelle L., 35, Crystal Lake Domestic Battery/Physical Contact Domestic Battery/Bodily Harm
17th Annual Sunday, March 11, 2018 Jane Addams Community Center 430 W. Washington, Cedarville, IL
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
• MODEL CONTEST • 20 CLASSES • DOOR PRIZES Contest Judging starts at noon Admission $2.00 For more info call Scott 815-238-0634
Theft/ Control Intent <$500 Feb. 21, 8:57 p.m. Patterson, Zachary R., 28, McHenry Del 15>200 Pills Of Ecstasy Poss 15>200 Pills Ecstasy Possession Of Meth< 5 Gr a.m.s Poss amnt Cont Subs Except A&D Unlaw Possess Nitrous Oxide Feb. 22, 9:49 a.m. Ivory, Torrence, 37, Chicago Aggravated Dui License Suspended Or Revoked Feb. 22, 9:48 a.m. Caldwell, Jennifer J., 46, McHenry Disorderly Conduct False Report Of Offense Resist/Obstruct Peace Officer/Correctional Employee/Frftr Feb. 22, 10:50 a.m. Kirksey, Mitchell W., 31, Fox River Grove Criminal Damage Property<$300 Feb. 22, 11:53 a.m. Smith, Amos P., 45, Naperville Retail Theft/Disp Merch/>$300 Theft/Disp Merch<$300/Preconv Feb. 22, 5:49 p.m. Fryza, Steven S., 61, Wonder Lake Registration Expiration/1st&2d Driving On Revoked Dl/Drivers License / Driving On Revoked License Feb. 22, 4:30 p.m. Rogowski, Sandor S., 35, Port Barrington Poss amnt Cont Subs Except A&D Possess Drug Paraphernalia Feb. 22, 4:30 p.m Purcell, Carl W., 33, McHenry Possess Drug Paraphernalia Poss a.m.nt Cont Subs Except A&D Aid/Abet Unlaw Disp Ttle/Plt/2 Feb. 22, 11:44 p.m. Casper, Trey D., 23, Woodstock Speeding 26-34 Mph Over Limit Feb. 23, 2:44 a.m. Huber, Reilly P., 25, McHenry Dui/Alcohol Improper Traffic Lane Usage
The Lost Valley Visitor Center venue in Glacial Park provides a backdrop of gorgeous natural scenery out the picture windows. Coffee, tea, and gourmet sweets from Kiera’s Confections will be provided. Space is limited so reserve your seat today! Registration and fee due by March 6: County resident $15 (NR $20). For Adults Ages 14+. Register online, by phone (free programs only) at 815-479-5779, by mail-in and drop-off at Prairieview Education Center, 2112 Behan Road in Crystal Lake, or drop-off only at Lost Valley Visitor Center, Route 31 and Harts Road. in Ringwood.
McHenry Sheriff’s Deputies respond to fatal accident
McHenry County Sheriff’s Weekly Arrest Bulletin
Feb. 20, 3:45 a.m. Norman, Richard D., 29, Chicago Driving / Never Issued License / No Drivers License Feb. 20, 4 p.m. Leavens, Larry S., 62, Woodstock Disorderly Conduct Feb. 20, 4:20 p.m. Mattson, Bradley J., 48, Woodstock Criminl Trespass To State Land Resist Peace Officer/Corr Emp Feb. 20, 6:20 p.m. Lockwood, Coreen L., 43, Woodstock Battery/Make Physical Contact Feb. 20, 6:45 p.m. Cassier, Michelle L., 28, Woodstock Battery/Make Physical Contact Feb. 21, 2:06 a.m. Lewandowski, Nolan D., 26, Lake In The Hills Dui/Alcohol Dui/Bac 0.08 Operate Uninsured Mtr Vehicle Fail To Reduce Speed Feb. 21, 4:05 a.m. Alrifaei, Ali J., 24, Algonquin Possess Cannabis > 100 Grams / 1st Dui/Drugs Electronic Communication Device Improper Traffic Lane Usage Feb. 21, 9:30 a.m. Hernandez-Ortiz, Miguel, 41, Rockford No Drivers License / Never Issued License Operate Uninsured Mtr Vehicle Speeding Driving 15-20 Mph Above Limit Feb. 21, 11 a.m. Carreno, Ricardo J., 35, Woodstock Violate Order Of Protection Feb. 21, 1:16 p.m. Pacheco, Marisa A., 25, Woodstock Theft / Control Intent $500 < 10k Theft / Control Intent < $500 /
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The Environmental Defenders will hold its first drive of the year at 2222 S. Dean St., Woodstock (Soil & Water District Building) on Saturday, March 10 from 9 a.m. to noon (or until truck is filled to capacity). For information please go to www. mcdef.org/recycling. Donations offset the costs of transportation and fees charged to Environmental Defenders of McHenry County by recyclers who separate materials and forward those materials to companies who prepare them for future use. Environmental Defenders of McHenry County is a local non-profit and receives no government funding to offer this service to the community. These items are accepted at no charge: • Desktop computers, servers, and related equipment • Laptops, iPads and tablets • Printers, scanners, copiers and typewriters • All Peripherals such as cables cords, mice, keyboards • Ethernet and Internet switches, telephones (residential and commercial) • Vacuums, floor cleaners, electric brooms • Power tools, electric garden tools • Kitchen counter appliances, bathroom gadgets • Home stereo equipment including speakers, cabling, antennas
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Woodstock Board of Education now accepting PRIDE Award nominations The District 200 Board of Education is seeking nominations from parents, community members and employees for the 2018 PRIDE Awards to be given to outstanding graduating seniors from Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School. The awards, which are an acronym for Positive Recognition in District 200 Education, recognize outstanding achievements in seven categories: Athletics, Community Service, Fine Arts, Personal Achievement, Scholarship, School Service, and Vocational excellence. A full set of awards will be given out at each high school. Committees comprised of Board members, high school staff and community representatives will meet in April to select the winners in each category, and the recipients will be announced in early May at the schools’ senior awards assemblies. Nominations can be made online, or by downloading and completing a
form and returning it to the address indicated. * To submit PRIDE nominations online, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018PRIDE. * To submit a paper nomination form, download the document here. Please note: At this point in the process, the Board is accepting only nominations. Please do not submit supporting documentation. Nominated students will have an opportunity to provide recommendations and additional information when they complete their applications. All mailed forms and online submissions must be received on or before Thursday, March 8, 2018. Please note that only one nomination form is necessary in order to submit a student’s name for consideration. The web link and form are also available at: www.woodstockschools. org/PRIDE. Please email PRIDE@wcusd200. org with any questions or concerns.
Explorers learn from CERT Team
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One unique aspect of being a Police Explorer with our McHenry County Sheriff’s Office is that some of our advisors are Corrections Officers. This week they got to see a demonstration on how our CERT team works and how they deal with an uncooperative subject.
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McHenry County Deputies were out this week talking to students about staying safe. This is Deputy Tim speaking with a great group of students who asked a lot of good questions.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH - Toy and Craft Show - 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Over 60 Farm Toy and Craft Exhibitors. Show featured collectible tractor: Oliver 1650 Gas Narrow Front - $70.00 each. One of the area’s best lunch stands - featuring homemade desserts and Eickman’s meats. Raffle drawing - $250 & $100 Eickman’s Meat Processing Gift Certificates and $50 Applebee’s Gift Card. Silent auction from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. - need not be present to win. SATURDAY, MARCH 24TH - Premiere Firearms, Military, Sportsman Auction – 10:00 A.M. Hack’s Auction Antique Center – 400 W. Third St., Pecatonica, IL. Hack’s Auction & Realty Service, Inc., Pecatonica, IL, 815-239-1436, hacksauction.com SUNDAY, APRIL 8TH - Minneapolis-Moline, Advertising & Petroleum Auction - 10:00 A.M. Hack’s Auction Antique Center – 400 W. Third St., Pecatonica, IL. Hack’s Auction & Realty Service, Inc., Pecatonica, IL, 815239-1436, hacksauction.com 308636
ANNUAL CLINTON FFA ALUMNI AUCTION 105 Scot Drive • Clinton, WI 53525
Saturday, March 17th • 9:30AM “Ag Related Consignments Wanted”
Having decided to consolidate our equipment lineup for 2018, we will sell at Public Auction the following described excess farm equipment and farm related items. This Auction will be held on site at 5931 South Woodlawn Road, Creston, IL 60113. The auction site is located at the North East corner of IL Rt. #38 and Woodlawn Road in Creston, IL. Watch for Bearrows Real Estate & Auction signs from Rt. #38 & Woodlawn Road. For More information, contact the Auctioneers, or visit our web site at www.bearrows.com for further information & pictures.
Saturday, March 24th, 2018 at 10:00 AM Comfort Station • Lunch By: “Cliffs Donuts”
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This auction will feature a very clean line of late model equipment, with most items purchased new. They have taken great pride in the maintenance schedules and care of this equipment, and it shows. Online Bidding available at Bidcaller.com. Not many hay rack items, so be on time!!! Loading and trucking available. For more information, contact Auctioneer John Bearrows at 815-739-9150, Auctioneer Steve Almburg at 815-739-3703, or visit our web site www.bearrows.com to view color photos. Plan now to attend. TRACTOR, COMBINE, & HEADS: 2013 Case IH 600 Quad Tractor, SN# 134501, PTO, 5 Valves + power beyond, High Velocity Lights, 3097 Hours, 36” Tracks; 2015 Case IH Magnum 340 Tractor CVT, SN# 1998, 2279 Hrs., 50” Rubber, 38” frts., duals & PTO, quick hitch; Set of 380-90-R54 Duals; 2013 Case IH 9230 Combine, SN# YDG220751, 1349 Separator Hours, 1768 Engine Hours, 42” rubber, 2014 Macdon FD75 Draper Header, 40ft.; 2008 Case IH 2020 Platform, SN# 41109; 2013 Geringhoff North Star Elite 12 row folding head; Unverferth HT-30 Head Cart; Unverferth AWS 36 Head Cart; Unverferth AWS 42 Head Cart (All head carts have 4 wheel steerable axles). MACHINERY: JD 3710 – 7 Bottom on land plow; 2-Case IH 496 32’ Disk, 1-7 ½ “ 1-9” spacing; 2011 Case IH 1250, 24 row planter, w/500 gal. starter package and trash wheels; Kinze 1050 Soft tread Grain Cart, roll tarp, scale and updated Grizzly auger lock; Parker 1550 Weigh Wagon #1273 with gas motor; 2015 Case IH 875 Ecolo Tiger 11 shank 22 Ft. Disk Ripper w/Down pressure rolling basket; 2012 Case IH 330-32ft Turbo Till; John Deere 2310 Mulch Finisher, 45’9” w/5 bar drag; Case IH 183 & 830 12 Row flat fold Cultivators; 2008 DMI 5300, 47.5ft NH3 Tool Bar with dual tank Hiniker Monitor System; 2008 Loftness 8ft. Model 962H snow Blower (Like new); 2012 Bonnell 272 Perfect Road Maintainer (Used very little); John Deere 1560 Drill, 15 ft., 7.5 in spacing, Yetter markers, factory drive disconnect, updated rockshaft, tarp. SEMI TRAILERS: 2-2006 Hilbilt steel Dump trailers, 22ft., ¼ Frame, 1-with blacktop insulation, 1 with roll tarp and 1-with accordion tarp; 2015 Coras Dump Trailer, ¼ frame, Blacktop Pkg; 2-2003 Wilson 43ft Hopper Bottom trailers, spring ride, Strap Doors, roll tarps; 2-2005 Wilson 43ft Hopper Bottom trailers, spring ride, Strap Doors, roll tarps; Hopper Bottom Trailers; 2-2004 48ftx102” straight deck, spread axle air ride Transcraft Flatbed Trailers with sliding ratchets; 30 Ft. x 24” SS field loader belt conveyor, 15HP electric motor, power drive wheels(for unloading hopper bottoms); 24” x 60’ SS belt conveyor, w/15HP electric motor (Both these conveyors used less than 1 year). TERMS: Cash or Check w/ driver’s license I.D., VISA, Master Card, Discover or American Express. Bank letter of credit required for items over $10,000.00, (available on our web site) - Electronic clerking system used. No Buyers Premium, Announcements made the day of auction take precedence over all prior advertising. Not responsible for accidents or items after sold.
Owners: Davidson Farms – Creston IL
Auctioneers: John Bearrows 815-739-9150, Josh Hickey 815-739-1030, Steve Almburg 815-739-3703, Andrew Almburg 815-739-3771
Machinery, Tractors, Hay, Vehicles, Trailers, Smalls, Etc.
Alumni Contacts for Consignments Loren Bobalz 608-449-4021 • Bill Kutz 608-207-0151 Gary Summers 608-289-0835
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS REGIONS BANK, PLAINTIFF, VS. SUSAN M MANGAN; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES FOR DONALD O REED, IF ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAIMANTS, DEFENDANTS. 18 CH 000073 4216 PONCA STREET
MCHENRY, IL 60050 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU, Unknown Owners and Non-Record Claimants Susan M Mangan Unknown Heirs and Legatees for Donald O Reed, if any defendants, that this case has been commenced in this Court against you and other defendants, asking for the foreclosure of a certain Mortgage conveying the premises described as follows, to wit: LOT 26 IN COONEY HEIGHTS SECOND ADDITION, A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 8, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED APRIL 3, 1954 AS DOCUMENT 276884, IN BOOK 11 OF PLATS, PAGE 101, IN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Commonly known as: 4216 Ponca Street McHenry, IL 60050 and which said Mortgage was made by, Donald O Reed Mortgagor(s), to MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR UNITED WHOLESALE MORTGAGE Mortgagee, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of McHenry County, Illinois, as Document No. 2015R0020578; and for other relief. UNLESS YOU file your answer or otherwise file your appearance in this case in the Office of the Clerk of this County, Katherine M. Keefe 2200 North Seminary Woodstock, IL 60098 on or before April 9, 2018, A JUDGMENT OR DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. PURSUANT TO THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT, THE PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY IS DEEMED TO BE A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, LLC Attorney for Plaintiff 1 N. Dearborn St. Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60602 Ph. (312) 346-9088 File No. 265292-145362 I3079238 (Published in the McHenry County News March 8, 15 & 22, 2018) 309281
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 22ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MC HENRY COUNTY, WOODSTOCK, ILLINOIS BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING LLC; Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM P. MALONE; YOLANDA HURTADO; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF WILLIAM P. MALONE, IF ANY; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF YOLANDA HURTADO, IF ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAIMANTS; Defendants, 17 CH 555 NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above entitled cause Intercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Thursday, April 12, 2018, at the hour of 10:30 a.m. in the conference room, 970 McHenry Avenue, Crystal Lake, Illinois 60014, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described mortgaged real estate: LOT 4 IN BLOCK 2 OF FRANKE`S ADDITION TO THE VILLAGE OF CARY, A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 43 NORTH, RANGE 8 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED SEPTEMBER 23, 1926 AS DOCUMENT 75069 IN BOOK 5 OF PLATS PAGE 79, IN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. P.I.N. 19-13-227-003. Commonly known as 62 Burton Avenue, Cary, IL 60013. The improvement on the property consists of a single family residence. If the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by subsection (g-1) of Section 18.5 of the Condominium Property Act. Sale terms: 10% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for inspection. For information call sales department at Plaintiff’s Attorney, The Wirbicki Law Group, 33 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603. (312) 360-9455. W17-0580 I3079086 (Published in the McHenry County News March 8, 15 & 22, 2018)
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Nominations being taken for McHenry Community High School Distinguished Graduate The McHenry High School Foundation Committee is accepting nominations for the next McHenry High School Distinguished Graduate. To be considered for the award, the nominees must be graduates of McHenry High School District 156 for at least 15 years and have distinguished themselves during their lives. The following criteria is used but not limited to: sphere of influence, impact on their community, service to humanity, difficulties overcome in making achievements, inspiration to others and success in chosen field. The graduates that are selected for this award will be invited to attend the annual Senior Honors Night that will be held this spring. The Distinguished Graduate
picture and list of their accomplishments will be prominently displayed in a hall of each school, along with Distinguished Graduates from prior years. In addition, each Distinguished Graduate honored will receive a plaque in recognition of this tribute. Nomination forms can be obtained from the Robert O. Swartzloff Center for Educational Services at 4716 W. Crystal Lake Road, McHenry, IL 60050, from the district website at www.d156.org or the link on Facebook & Twitter. Persons wishing to obtain additional information may call Dr. Ryan McTague, Superintendent, at 815385-7900. All nominations must be returned to the Robert O. Swartzloff Center for Educational Services no later than March 23, 2018.
Sign up now to be a St. Baldrick’s Shavee at McHenry West HS McHenry West High School will host the 10th annual St. Baldrick’s Community Shave on Thursday, March 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the school. Please consider becoming a “Shavee” this year, or come out that night to show support for the new “Shavees” and returning “Shavees.” All money raised by the “Shavees” goes to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which helps fund pediatric cancer research. The money raised through sales of our local t-shirt, and through the many activities put on by our students and the community in the weeks leading up to the event, go to our local families who are dealing with the financial burdens of fighting cancer. This year’s theme is “A Decade of Difference.” The inspiration for this year’s theme, and the artwork for our local t-shirts, represents our 10 years of coming together as a community in the fight against childhood cancer. It is truly a celebration of who we are in McHenry.
In the weeks leading up to the Community Shave, MCHS students, and the community, will be promoting many fundraising events. Please join us in our attempt to reach our goal of raising $140,000 this year for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and to beat last year’s $25,000 raised for our local families. In the past nine years, we have surpassed $1.3 million dollars. Let’s keep it going. All of these proceeds make an enormous impact locally and nationally. Without the support of so many people in our community, St. Baldrick’s in McHenry would not be what it is today. Thank you for your continuing support. Please check out our St. Baldrick’s web site at www.mchenrystbaldricks.org. There will be links to all our events, and information and links for purchasing this year’s t-shirts online. You will also find general information about the St Baldrick’s Foundation and the process for becoming a “Shavee.”
Lost Valley Nature Detectives: Enjoy self-guided outdoor family exploration It’s a beautiful day for hiking, bird watching, and wildlife tracking! Start your Lost Valley Nature Detective adventure at Lost Valley Visitor Center in Glacial Park, Rt. 31 and Harts Road, Ringwood. Indoor displays and activities will get you ready for an outdoor exploration and each month features a new topic. Check out the free exploration backpack to borrow bin-
oculars and field guides and grab a scavenger hunt to help you search the wild spaces of Glacial Park. March’s topic is — Wetland Birds. Play a fun fishing game to learn about all the animals that share the wetlands, including birds. Then, learn more about bird beaks and how they help birds eat specific foods with “which beak is this?”. Don’t forget to borrow binoculars and search the wetlands below the visitor center for birds and other wetland creatures as you fill out a Topics change monthly: April — Life in a Log; May — Frogs. Week day or weekend, morning or afternoon, stop by the Lost Valley Visitor Center, open daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors who wish to borrow items to take out for a hike must leave a drivers’ license and must return items 30 minutes before closing. For more information, call Prairieview Education Center at 815479-5779.
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— STATEPOINT CROSSWORD • THEME: SPRING BREAK —
ACROSS 1. Out of whack 6. Greek H 9. Goodness gracious! 13. Swahili or Zulu 14. “Was ist ____?” 15. *What speakers do 16. Concluded 17. Chain letters 18. “A Doll’s House” playwright 19. *____ Beach 21. Take advantage of an opportunity 23. *Spring Break beach alternative 24. *Resort island in Indonesia 25. Web robot 28. Tangerine plus grapefruit 30. Canine’s coat 35. “The Three Faces of ____,” pl. 37. Mound 39. Idealized image 40. Polly to Tom Sawyer 41. *South Padre Island, ____ 43. Jason’s vessel 44. Intangible storage 46. Jamie Fraser’s tartan 47. Hurries
48. Heavy lifting injury 50. “In your dreams!” 52. *”Where the Boys ____,” movie 53. Perfect houseplant spot 55. Clinton ____ Rodham 57. *Tough to raise? 61. *Like typical Spring Break traveler 65. *Desired forecast 66. Sylvester to Tweety 68. Show opposition 69. Smoke detector, e.g. 70. Flying saucer acronym 71. Make laugh 72. Same as island 73. School org. 74. Everyone but clergy DOWN 1. Tucked in 2. Supernatural life force 3. Indiana Jones 4. Cancel an edit, pl. 5. Logic-based puzzle 6. Icelandic epic 7. *Sign of a Spring Break trip 8. Volcano near Nagano 9. Major European river 10. Knife wound 11. Domain 12. Say you didn’t do it
15. *In two pieces 20. *____ life 22. *In high demand during Spring Break 24. With two axes 25. *Top destination 26. Immature ovum 27. Pavarotti, e.g. 29. Potato’s soup mate 31. Wet nurse 32. Shriver or Sharapova 33. Leaf-eating moth 34. ____ tooth 36. Render speechless 38. Buddies 42. Time on the job 45. Take weapon away 49. Lungful 51. Like medieval European society 54. Reduce pressure 56. Possible allergic reaction 57. Antioxidant-rich berry 58. Misfortunes 59. ____ Madrid 60. Taxi payment 61. Roofed colonnade 62. Red carpet purse 63. What birds do 64. Three pointer 67. Away from the bow *Answers on page 8!
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 22ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MC HENRY COUNTY, WOODSTOCK, ILLINOIS BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING LLC; Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM P. MALONE; YOLANDA HURTADO; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF WILLIAM P. MALONE, IF ANY; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF YOLANDA HURTADO, IF ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NONRECORD CLAIMANTS; Defendants, 17 CH 555 NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above entitled cause Intercounty Judicial Sales Corporation will on Thursday, April 12, 2018, at the hour of 10:30 a.m. in the conference room, 970 McHenry Avenue, Crystal Lake, Illinois 60014, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described mortgaged real estate: P.I.N. 19-13-227-003. Commonly known as 62 Burton Avenue, Cary, IL 60013. The improvement on the property consists of a single family residence. If the subject mortgaged real estate is a unit of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by subsection (g-1) of Section 18.5 of the Condominium Property Act. Sale terms: 10% down by certified funds, balance within 24 hours, by certified funds. No refunds. The property will NOT be open for inspection. For information call sales department at Plaintiff’s Attorney, The Wirbicki Law Group, 33 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603. (312) 360-9455. W17-0580 I3079086 (Published in the McHenry County News March 8, 15 & 22, 2018) 309141
ence (DUI) charge when he was converted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) authorities to an inmate held on their authority under a contract between McHenry County and ICE. KRV Legal Inc., a law firm, filed the complaint alleging that Martinez’s continued incarceration was unlawful. Last week, pending criminal charges against Martinez were stricken with leave to reinstate by the State’s Attorney’s Office. Martinez is currently in ICE custody at another facility and, as a Mexican national in this country illegally, is awaiting the outcome of deportation proceedings. The controversy began with the Illinois General Assembly passing and Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signing the Illinois Trust Act (P.A. 100-0463), which went into force and effect on Aug. 28, 2017. Niceforo MacedoHernandez, a Mexican national, had been held in the Jail since Aug. 9 on domestic battery charges arising from an incident at his home in Crystal Lake. Several days after the Trust Act
went into effect, and claiming that the Sheriff’s Office was continuing to hold Macedo-Hernandez on an immigration detainer in violation of the Act, KRV Legal filed a series of motions which in time came to embrace other defendants alleged to be in the same situation, some named and others unnamed, as part of a class action. That class action was voluntarily dismissed by the plaintiffs on Nov. 7. “I restate now what I have said for the last six months, namely that throughout this we have followed the law, with public safety being our first and foremost consideration,” said Sheriff Bill Prim. “I am confident this issue is now behind us, and that public safety has at no time been compromised. “I also commend the State’s Attorney and his staff for an outstanding job,” Prim added. Wednesday’s ruling bring to a close six months of legal proceedings in McHenry County Circuit Court attended by a flurry of emergency motions, defense counter-motions and significant media attention.
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A civil suit against McHenry County Sheriff Bill Prim alleging unlawful incarceration was dropped Wednesday, putting an end to the protracted litigation which began early last fall involving the controversial Illinois Trust Act. The complaint, filed by former Crystal Lake resident Pascasio Martinez, was dismissed without prejudice by Judge Thomas A. Meyer. In early September, Martinez was being held in the McHenry County Adult Correctional Facility (MCACF) on a felony Driving Under the Influ-
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