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Huntley D-158 school board to consider $480k, 3-year contract for assistant superintendent of learning and innovation

A contract that would give Erika Schlichter, Huntley District 158 assistant superintendent of learning and innovation, $480,000 over the next three years will be up for board approval on Thursday. Schlichter has a base salary of $141,886, according to the district's 2018-19 staff salary and benefits...

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A driver and minor passenger were sent to the hospital after a three-vehicle crash in Lakemoor Sunday, police said. The crash occurred about 5:11 p.m. Sunday at Routes 12 and 120. The driver of the first truck was westbound on Route 120 and went through a red light, Lakemoor Police Chief David...

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Jennifer and Bill Linquist of Siren Records celebrate the fifth anniversary of their business, Siren Records.  Pictured from the city of McHenry is Doug Martin and from the McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce is Kay Bates and Frank Hosticka. Also celebrating were many friends, family and chamber...

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Food nutrition students at Harvard High School participated in the Cooks for Camo challenge this past week. Working in teams, students received a M​eal, Ready-to-Eat from Illinois National Guard ​Sgt. Kirsten Kessling and were required to create a quality meal using only the MRE and ingredients...

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McHenry County Board expected to vote Tuesday on proposed Valley Hi rebate

A resolution authorizing a $15 million rebate of Valley Hi Nursing Home surplus funds will be up for a vote at Tuesday’s McHenry County Board meeting. About 88,000 properties could qualify for the rebate, board Chairman Jack Franks said. Eligible homeowners who paid $500 in property taxes to the...

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Construction season kicks off across McHenry County

Even in mid-April, Illinois can’t escape a heavy snowfall. However, Jeremy Stull, construction engineer for the McHenry County Division of Transportation, said this untimely weather should not have any impact on road projects in the county. Stull said it was fortunate that the snowfall was...

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