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College of Lake County takes classroom into the sky
Lake Bluff School Caucus seeks candidates for D65, D115 April elections
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Lake Forest soccer plans to recreate 2013 campaign
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Local Voices
Editorial: Lake Forest earns a $399,000 education
EDITORIAL: For county taxpayers, the cost for various insurance policies for their village, town or city pay is largely hidden deep inside budget documents. It’s minutiae-only government wonks, budgeters and lawyers follow closely. But once in a while, municipalities lean on that liability insurance not only to forestall catastrophic financial losses but also to save the town’s reputation.
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