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Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

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Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs Appellate Court orders newly appointed MPEA Board Trustee to pay court fees in failed political intimidation lawsuit (Cicero, Illinois) — The Illinois Appellate Court Friday ordered newly appointed Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) Trustee Juan Ochoa to pay $21,202.90 to reimburse the Town…

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Massage: More Than A Relaxation Technique

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“I love a good massage — I don’t need to be wrapped in herbs like a salmon filet but I do love a massage!” – Jason Bateman By Jordan Leasure, BA, DC, CCWP Valentine’s gift fell short? There’s still time to redeem yourself! Massages are appropriate for any occasion, or no occasion at all! The…

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The All-Star Games No One Wants To Watch

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The All-Star Games No One Wants To Watch

The NFL’s Pro Bowl game is this Sunday in Honolulu, Hawaii. The NHL All-Star Game is also being played this weekend in Nashville, TN. Although game is probably a loose-term for what actually happens in both instances. Last year at the NHL All-Star game a record-high 29 goals were scored, further exploiting how un-competitive the…

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Vitamin D – Hormone Extraordinaire

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Vitamin D – Hormone Extraordinaire

“Pop Music is aspirin and the blues are vitamins.” ~ Peter Tork By Jordan Leasure, BA, DC, CCWP Vitamin D deficiency (hypovitaminosis D) is a very common disorder, especially in the northern states where long winters find millions of Especially here in the Chicagoland area with our long winters spent indoors. We are meant to…

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Magazine names 3 suburban attorneys best in Illinois

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Magazine names 3 suburban attorneys best in Illinois

Super Lawyer’s Magazine: Top 10 Illinois State, Local Government “Super Lawyers” in 2016: 3 from Suburbs; 7, Chicago A national legal magazine is out with its 2016 list of best Illinois lawyers and tapped only three suburban attorneys and seven from Chicago as among the state’s best state, local government lawyers. “Super Lawyers” magazine, a…

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Ten Ways Bowling Boosts Your Health

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Bowling has entertained Americans since the country’s founding. Find out why a couple games at your local bowling center could help you in more ways than one. If there is one sport that has stuck with the United States throughout its history it is bowling. As one of the oldest sports still played in the…

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Seen on American Daily News: Trump Could Be Speaker (Sort of)

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Seen on American Daily News: Trump Could Be Speaker (Sort of)

With news of John Boehner stepping down as Speaker of the House at the end of October, speculation has exploded of who will be the next leader of Congress‘ lower chamber. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-California) appears to be the odds-on favorite to win a promotion from House Majority Leader, but another odd name has appeared…

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Corage: The Freedom to Be Where You Are

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Corage: The Freedom to Be Where You Are

We need to take the time to experience the tough times of our lives. Not just get over it but dwell in it and experience it. by Sally Eames There is no right way to be human. Which means there is no right way to feel or experience your emotions. There are healthier ways than…

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Corage: Doing the Best I Can

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Corage: Doing the Best I Can

Sometimes our best laid plans go to waste, but as long as we are doing the best we can then we are still doing good. By Sally Eames I had grand plans for February. The first week was amazing. I had my first ever “company retreat,” during which I got very clear around where I…

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Reluctant Xtian: Ash Kicking or Why I Don’t Think Ash Wednesday is a Good Day for Peddling Religious Goods

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Reluctant Xtian: Ash Kicking or Why I Don’t Think Ash Wednesday is a Good Day for Peddling Religious Goods

Ash Wednesday is a time to reflect on our mortality as a community, not running to catch the train. By Tim Brown I know this post might not be popular with many of my colleagues, but it is timely…so I’m going to put it out there.  I get why pastors and church people stand by…

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