On the Record

Barbershop enthusiast

Barbershop enthusiast

SYCAMORE – David Lundberg of Sycamore first heard of the Kishwaukeys and Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quart…
Incognito

Incognito

Just as Clark Kent is unrecognizable as Superman while wearing glasses, Jessica McClure of Sycamore is incognito when out of costume and dre…
'Riveting' summer experience

'Riveting' summer experience

SYCAMORE – Nicolas Brauer will have a unique experience to discuss when he enters third grade and is asked, “What did you during your summer…
Parade marshal

Parade marshal

DeKALB – On his days off, Jose Jaques wears a T-shirt and baseball cap. When you ask him about his life, he’ll tell you that he doesn’t feel…
Sharing Genoa's history

Sharing Genoa's history

GENOA – Orrin Merritt knows all about Genoa history.Not only is he a past president and current boar…
Green scene

Green scene

Looking for something to do this weekend? University of Illinois Extension’s Program Coordinator J. Chowdhury-Woodstrup has unusual advice a…
Foreign service

Foreign service

Eric P. Whitaker describes his childhood in DeKalb as normal. He actually grew up in a house on Normal Road.
Providing autism therapy

Providing autism therapy

When Kristina Tejeda of Sycamore was working on her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in hopes of one day becoming a lawyer, she never t…
Flying high

Flying high

Dana Atkins from Sycamore is preparing for a race – not the usual kind of race, though. Instead of lacing up her running shoes, she is refue…
Sharing history

Sharing history

When Clint Cargile first heard the story of a young Sycamore girl that married a sea captain and traveled by ship with him and their infant …
Supporting women

Supporting women

SYCAMORE – Dawn Sukach wants to help and support women with breast cancer the fun way: with fundraising and fellowship.
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