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Oakton to Host March 12 Health Careers Information Session
     Prospective students interested in health careers are invited to attend a free information session beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, in Room P103 of Oakton Community College’s Skokie campus, 7701 N. Lincoln Ave.
City's Weather Update
     We are expecting a new weather system to make its way into Evanston around 3am. This will most likely start as light snow before turning to a wintry mix of freezing rain/snow/sleet mid morning and ending as drizzle and mist by late afternoon.
D65 Magnet School Open Houses Feb 20-21
     Evanston/Skokie School District 65 is inviting incoming kindergarten families to learn more about its two magnet school options - Dr. Bessie Rhodes School of Global Studies and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Literary and Fine Arts School.
Ramin Abraham Wins State Championship in Wrestling
     Abraham defeated Demarco Lee of Lake Park 4-3 in the 220-pound title bout in Class 3A and claimed Evanston’s first individual state championship since 2010 --- and just the 12th in the history of the ETHS program.
Where to Pick Up the RoundTable Paper
     The RoundTable, published in print every other week, can be picked up at more than 40 sites around Evanston.
Schakowsky Statement on National Emergency Declaration
     “The President’s declaration of a national emergency on the southern border is not only a cruel political stunt, but also a clear violation of Congressional intent.


Support for Howard Street Senior Development
Drawing shows proposed senior residence for 999 and 1015 Howard St.  From packet presented to the City of Evanston by Evergreen Real Estate Group

Drawing shows proposed senior residence for 999 and 1015 Howard St.  From packet presented to the City of Evanston by Evergreen Real Estate Group

The entire project would be on the tax rolls and would add an estimated $65,000 to $70,000 annually, of which about 20% would be the City’s portion, staff reported.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019


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City News
• Arguments Held In City's James Park Contamination Case
• Harley Clarke Mansion: Plenty of Ideas But Finding Money the Next Challenge
• Council Members, Citizen Groups Moving On Separate Tracks for Mansion
• Sherman Avenue Garage Looking at a Brighter Future: Council Approves a Lighting Upgrade
• Council Agrees to $1.25 Million Settlement in Crosby Case
• Cultural Fund Grant Applications Due April 1
• Three Police Cars Rammed in Four Months
• Evanston Man's Death Ruled a Homicide
• City Youth and Young Adult Programs
• The Federal Housing Administration's Role in Segregating and Cutting Off Mortgage Financing for Black Families in Chicago, 1934-1960

Columns
• The Traffic Guy hears ...
• Hooked on Fishing: Alluring Color

Schools
• School District 65's Achievement Report Presents Disappointing Results
• Ambitious Goals and Community Support at Officer and Gentlemen Academy Kickoff
• EvanSTEM and EPL to Offer Six STEM Mini-Camps This Summer
• Baker Eighth Graders Compete in Annual Cardboard Regatta
• ETHS Jazz Festival This Weekend
• Student Athletes Earned Higher Grades Even After GPA Rule was Eliminated
• School District 65 Incoming Kindergarten Events
• MAP Normative Data Shows Significantly Higher Achievement Levels for CPS Students than NAEP or PARCC

Sports
• Wildkits Capture Road Wins Against Niles North and Oak Park River Forest
• ETHS Girls Gymnasts Take Third in Regionals
• ETHS Gymnasts Bow out at Stevenson Sectional
• Ramin Abraham Wins State Championship in Wrestling
• Garron, Wilburn Earn Repeat Trips to State Track Finals

Art & Life
• Hispanic Heritage Month Kicks Off With Banner Dedication
• Shakespeare and Balch on Impeachment
• Accent on the Spanish Collection at EPL
• Community Foundation Names Root2Fruit Grantees
• Black History Month Not Just in February But Every Month
• Study: Most Successful Women Surround Themselves With Other Women
• St. Baldrick's at Chiaravalle
• Elected Officials Speak About Mental Health At Turning Point's 18th Annual Town Hall Meeting
• Nominations Sought For Aging Well Award
• Rama Express Brings Thai and Sushi to Corner of Ashland and Simpson

Opinion
• Editorial: How Cold Was It?
• Room for a View: Crystal-ized
• Room for a View: Ten Commandments for Agers
• More Room: Attention Must Be Paid
• District 65 School Board Should Focus on Students With an IEP



Asked why they chose the name Rama Express, June Homma explained that Rama is a name for God and also means one who brings happiness. “We want our Thai food and sushi to do that,” she said with a smile.


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