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The solution to climate change grows on trees

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The solution to climate change grows on trees

The solution to climate change grows on trees By John Keppler Americans are tired of half measures on climate change. Seven in ten Americans want utility companies to overhaul their operations and generate 100 percent of the nation’s electricity from renewables in the near future. That’s ambitious. Renewable energy accounts for just 17 percent of…

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Podcast: A preview of the upcoming battle for the 3rd Congressional District

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Podcast: A preview of the upcoming battle for the 3rd Congressional District

Podcast: A preview of the upcoming battle for the 3rd Congressional District Another battle in the 3rd Congressional District: Dan Lipinski, Marie Newman, Rush Darwish. Season 1, Episode 17, June 17, 2019 Award-winning former Chicago City Hall reporter, and syndicated political columnist Ray Hanania offers a preview of the upcoming battle brewing in the 3rd…

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Despite rally Wolves lose Calder Cup Championship in 5 games

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Despite rally Wolves lose Calder Cup Championship in 5 games

Despite rally Wolves lose Calder Cup Championship in 5 games By Ray Hanania The Chicago Wolves made fans in Chicagoland proud. They entered the Calder Cup Championship Finals 11 years after winning the prized Hocky honor in 2008 after defeating the San Diego Gulls in Conference Finals. The Wolves are a powerful and entertaining hockey…

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Wolves win Western Finals, advance to Calder Cup championship round

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Wolves win Western Finals, advance to Calder Cup championship round

Wolves win Western Finals, advance to Calder Cup championship round The Chicago Wolves defeated the San Diego Gulls on Monday taking Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, and will advance to the Calder Cup Championship against the Charlotte Checkers hockey team with th efirst game on Saturday at Bojangles Coliseum. This is the CHicago…

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Oak Lawn native protects U.S. Navy Forces in Middle East

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Oak Lawn native protects U.S. Navy Forces in Middle East

Oak Lawn native protects U.S. Navy Forces in Middle East By Erica R. Gardner Chief Mass Communication Specialist, Navy Office of Community Outreach Photo By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jackson Brown Lt. Cmdr. Erich Grawunder, an Oak Lawn, Illinois, native, joined the Navy to follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. “My…

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WalletHub releases study of the Best Airlines for 2019

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WalletHub releases study of the Best Airlines for 2019

WalletHub releases study of the Best Airlines for 2019 Traveling by plane costs an average of $363 per trip. And choosing the wrong airline has the potential to take even more from us. For instance, 10 animals died during air transportation in 2018, and four major U.S. airlines had at least one pet fatality. While…

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