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The Algonquin native said he was disappointed with his sixth-place finish at the London Olympics but is hoping for a return visit to the Olympics in 2016.
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The extended hours begin Tuesday, Sept. 4.
Joel Jager knew the competition during his son's 3000-meter steeplechase run would be tough, but he is proud of his son, Evan Jager's, sixth place finish at the London Olympics.
From 1952 to today, Algonquin's Western Bypass has been in the works for decades.
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College is exciting so don't be bogged down by too many items.
Dawn Karlovsky, who has two sets of twins ages five and three, shares her organization and planning techniques in her book “Project (Baby) Management.”
John Hart, the new varsity football coach at Huntley High School, has a winning record, along with two state championships.
Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos just signed their first record deal, and released their first single last week.
The first Red Run will take place on Aug. 11 in Presidential Park in Algonquin.
Evan Jager, a Jacobs High School graduate, has qualified for the 3,000-meter steeplechase race in the 2012 summer Olympics in London.
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