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Articles from the July 20, 2018 edition

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 By Elroy Reed    News    July 20, 2018

"Dog in The Dumpster" Sparks Outrage

Cars filled the City of Zion's parking and overflowed to PNC Bank's lot as animal right activist filled City Hall during the July 17, 2018 council meeting to express outrage over reported conditions... Full story

 

Zinnia Flowers are Popping Up

Zion Illinois Culver's Manager Elizabeth Varguez & Staff, Brittain Powers, Tammy Boyd and Alejandro Figueroa show off the Zinnia's adorning their front lawn. The Zinnia flower has been named the... Full story

 

llinois State Fire Marshal Reminds You to Stay Safe this Summer

(Springfield, IL) - With summer in full swing so are summer activities. The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) would like to remind residents to be safe this summer. "Safety should always be a priority when engaging in common summer... Full story

 

20 Year Old Resuscitated After Overdose

On July 13, 2018, at approximately 9:25PM, Lake County Sheriff’s Sergeant Robb Briggs pulled over to assist what appeared to be a stranded motorist in the area of Route 45 and Rollins Road, Warren Township. As Sergeant Briggs approached the... Full story

 

Waukegan Man Arrested After Shooting Gun fromVehicleLibertyville Area

On July 14, 2018, at approximately 7:30PM, Lake County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the area of Route 137 in the area of Independence Grove Forest Preserve, for a report of someone shooting a firearm from a moving vehicle. A 911 caller said they o... Full story

 

Violin Class Performs at Rolling Hills

Lake County's Symphony Orchestra sponsors a summer violin class for children K-6 hosted at the Zion Park District. They meet Mondays at 6:00 pm in the Central Middle School Band Module. The Junior... Full story

 

Miss Zion Hosts Concert For Northpoint Resources Center

Miss Zion, Violette Betancount held a benefit concert for the Northpointe Resources Center on Sunday, July 15, 2018, at the Harbor's Edge. The concert included Miss Zion's band, Violette Ivy. Band... Full story

 

IDNR Seeking Applicants for Illinois Conservation Police Positions

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is seeking applicants for the position of Conservation Police Officer Trainee. The Department is beginning the selection process with the written exam to be administered July 1, 2018 to August 30,... Full story

 

Queen Bee Red Hatters of Zion Socialize with Lawn Party

On Thursday, July 12, the Queen Bee Red Hatters of Zion had their annual summer picnic at Patsy Pressnall's home in Zion. According to organizers, the Ladies had a great time socializing and enjoying... Full story

 

Catherine "Cathy" Carla Grams

Catherine "Cathy" Carla Grams (63), resident of Walworth, Wisconsin (formerly Zion, Illinsois), passed away on the 12th of July following a long battle with illness. She was born in Wakefield, Michigan on the 14th of October, 1954 to Carl and Senia... Full story

 

Soaring on Broken WINGS

Soaring on Broken WINGS Michelle Obleton Have you heard of the determination and tenacity known in the legendary wolverine? This fierce animal will fight any opponent, regardless of size or strength.... Full story

 

Summer Entertainment: Concerts, Outdoor Events, Activities In and Around Chicago This Week

. Mexican Festival July 20-22, 2018 Tacos & Tamales Festival promises authentic Latin American cuisine, a beer garden, art vendors, traditional music in the daytime, and high-energy Latin rock music in the evening at 16th Street & Peoria Street.... Full story

 

Billboard American Top 10 Hits

Hip-Hop/Rap 1) Nice For What, Drake 2) Nonstop, Drake 3) I Like It, Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin 4) God's Plan, Drake 5) n My Feelings, Drake 6) I'm Upset, Drake 7) Emotionless, Drake8 ) Don't Matter To Me, Drake Featuring Michael Jackson 9) -SAD!,... Full story

 

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