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Cornfield winds and cinnamon buns

I returned to Kaneland High School as a substitute teacher yesterday. I attended that school from 8th grade through sophomore year. Nothing makes you review your life’s decisions like walking the halls of a high school you attended decades before. … Continue reading

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On running and riding for a school, a team or a cause

Looking back at your career in athletics, it is interesting to consider how many labels one adopts and discards along the way. Schools For example, as an athlete competing for school teams, I have been–in order from middle school through … Continue reading

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