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Sale of Delinquent Property Taxes Starts May 4
     Tax sale of properties with delinquent property tax bills starts on May 4; 75 properties in Evanston are on the list.
Wildkits Track Down 10 Wins at Red Grange Invite
     Logan Singer’s original race plan went out the window midway through the Class A 800-meter showdown at the Red Grange Invitational hosted by Wheaton Warrenville South Friday night.
Michelin's Record Run Keys Distance Sweep for Kits
     Enyaeva Michelin claimed  her third school record Saturday at the 3rd annual Eastlake Invitational meet at Hanson Stadium ...
Stand Against Racism April 27 at New Time
     The Evanston Stand Against Racism will take place on Ridge Avenue (near Church Street) from 2:00-2:25 p.m. – later in the day than in previous years. The Evanston time was moved to better accommodate lunch periods for schoolchildren, who participate in this annual event.
City Revises Floodplain Ordinance
     As the waves and currents of Lake Michigan reconfigure its shoreline, the 42 residents of Evanston whose homes are on the lakefront have taken varying measures to protect their property. All of these properties sit in an area the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has designated as a floodplain.
Evanstonians and Elected Leaders Consider Possibilities for Campaign Finance Reform
     In a crowded Evanston Township High School classroom on April 7, Evanstonians heard from a line-up of speakers about the possibilities for campaign finance reform in Evanston. They also had the chance to ask detailed questions of officials and organizers, and to hear from one another.


Vaping Not a Big Problem at ETHS
An April 2 article in the New York Times describes a nationwide “vaping explosion” in schools. It details how a high school in California closed bathrooms and placed monitors near the doors of those that remained open during lunch to try and keep students from vaping. Other schools are increasing suspensions and expulsions, even conducting mandatory drug tests on students found with “Juuls” or other e-cigarettes. New Trier Township High School is considering installing vapor detectors in bathrooms and asking police to write citations for teens found with e-cigarettes. At Evanston Township High School, none of these actions is being considered.  Vaping does not appear to be a big problem.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


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City News
• No Lease for Harley Clarke
• City Revises Floodplain Ordinance
• Groundbreaking for 811 Emerson St. Development
• Evanstonians and Elected Leaders Consider Possibilities for Campaign Finance Reform
• Council Bytes: Highlights From the April 9 City Council Meeting
• Purchasing Equity: Grant to Fund Minority Position at Mudlark
• EPD Introduces Axon Citizen, Allowing the Public to Upload Videos
• Spring Bulk Trash Pick-ups Begin April 20
• Sale of Delinquent Property Taxes Starts May 4

Columns
• The Traffic Guy hears ...
• Hooked on Fishing: Hotspots into Cold Spring and State Tournament
• Hooked on Fishing: The Challenge of Low Water, Rewards of Crappie Fishing

Schools
• Nichols' Use of Racial Affinity Groups Questioned, and Defended
• District 65 Begins Delving into Budget Process, Line-by-Line, for FY'2019
• District 65 Forced to Prioritize and Limit Capital Expenditures
• Student Journalist Rights Reviewed After Confiscation at ETHS
• ETHS Education Foundation in 10th Year of Giving
• D65 Educators Achieve National Board Certification
• King Arts Teacher Receives Golden Apple Award

Sports
• ETHS Baseball Team Aims for More Consistency
• Last Minute Bounce Sends Girls Soccer to Title Game
• Flying Fish Take Fourth at National Swim Meet
• Michelin Takes Down 1,600 Record in Indianapolis
• Girls Lacrosse Team Off to a Good Start
• Michelin's Record Run Keys Distance Sweep for Kits
• Wildkits Track Down 10 Wins at Red Grange Invite

Art & Life
• Hispanic Heritage Month Kicks Off With Banner Dedication
• Upcoming Play Reflects on The Meaning of 'Home' in Evanston
• Fundraiser for 7-Year Old Battling Terminal Disease
• 'New Genes for Harry' New Genes Inc. Raising Funds for 7-Year Old Battling Terminal Disease
• Edible Evanston sets 2018 Educational Work-and-Learn Days
• ECF Joins Great Lakes One Water Partnership
• Literary news you can use from Evanston Public Library's blog The Book Bird The Pied Piper of Evanston The Pied Piper of Evanston
• Connections Has Resources to Prevent Homelessness
• Erie Officials Discuss Youth Healthcare Issues
• Destiny Bridge Builders Seeks to Help Youth Thrive

Opinion
• Editorial: Pathways to Equality
• Room for a View: Mother Earth's Outing
• Room for a View: 'Divided We Fall'
• More Room: The Balm of 'Gilead' A Reading Memoir
• Guest Essay: It's Almost Earth Day. Remember the Three Rs?



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