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FOX 17 Weekend Assignment EditorTwo drivers have been arrested for operating while intoxicated in relation to a Friday night accident in Van Buren County. According to Sheriff Dale R. Gribler, at about 9 p.m. Friday deputies were dispatched to the 59000 block of County Road 384 near...
KickingTiresFebruary sales numbers were announced this week, and the anticipation to see how Toyota???s recalls would affect its best-sellers is reflected in our most-read story. Also, the Geneva International Motor Show brought announcements for a bunch of new cars,...
Tags: Sales, Chevrolet, Vehicles, Toyota, Passenger Cars
Tribune staff reporterFirst impressions: Even if you know Geneva, Bien Trucha is hard to find. It's tucked next to a hair salon in a small, nondescript building on the main drag. But what a find it is. There's nothing exotic about this Mexican restaurant, unless you count...
Tags: Mexico, Sandwiches, Restaurants, Lifestyle and Leisure, Cheese
TRIBUNE REPORTEROften lost in the sea of nails, hooks, hammers, levels (and expletives) is the potential for glory that exists in the hanging of art on one's walls. We're talking about the arrangement and composition -- the "how" of the hanging. We're talking about...
CHARLES KAISER, author of "1968 in America" and "The Gay Metropolis," is completing "The Cost of Courage," a book about a French family that fought in the Resistance in Paris during World War II.FOR ONE 83-year-old veteran of World War II, it was the searing memory of a Japanese prisoner who helped turn the tide on Iwo Jima. For a 40-year veteran of Army intelligence, it was a trip to the battlefield at Gettysburg. For all 43 retired generals and...
Tags: Wars and Interventions, Heads of State, Death, Judges, U.S. Army
'THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT TORTURE," President Bush said last week. It can, however, make use of what he euphemistically called "an alternative set of procedures" for eliciting information from prisoners suspected of being terrorists. The difference...
Sentinel Staff WriterSweethearts Howard Browning and Lynn Anne Poirier lived together for 16 years. Every week, they bought lottery tickets, and, according to Browning, they had a long-standing agreement: Should one of them win, they'd split the jackpot. One of them did win....
Special to the Chicago Tribune1. GENEVA LAKE Big, blue and very deep, it's beloved by boaters, bathers and daydreamers alike. Gorgeous. 2. THE TOWN Galleries and boutiques of various ilk make rainy days less discouraging than in most summer places; in a region of struggling...
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Lake Geneva's proximity to Chicago has made it a longtime favorite getaway of, first, the city's wealthy and, later (thanks especially to postwar expressways), the rest of us. The Wrigley mansion remains a landmark, and the Geneva Lake shoreline is dotted...
Tags: Travel, Lake Geneva, Family, Wisconsin, Getaway Travel
OHIO STATE PARK LODGES •Burr Oak Resort and Conference Center, Burr Oak State Park, Glouster: 740-767-2112; www.burroakresort .com. $69-$126 double, depending on season and room. The 60-room lodge in this remote park in southeast Ohio has...
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