Friday, September 4, 2015

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, Aug. 30 through Sept. 4

So during my first and second weeks back, I've been fighting a nasty virus, and I'm not quite back to a hundred percent yet, a little unfair, methinks, but hey, right?

Sick or not, here's what I've been doing all week. Below are cover stories and the link to the feature briefs and event calendars, which I write/edit. The fourth calendar, Gotta Do It, runs each Sunday and often stays on the home page through the week.

The link to features briefs and calendars:

And the cover stories:

Through career and published works Joliet woman exemplifies survivorship

After having grown up in the foster care system, Dani Weiss is showing others what it means to truly thrive.

An Extraordinary Life: Amputation didn't stop Wilmington man from living and serving

Larry Tutor didn't let personal tragedy interfere with this goals. He figured out how to get around it and just kept going. WITH VIDEO EXTRA.

Pets of the Week

The purr-fect place to find that purr-fect four-footed companion

A new approach to wound healing
By Jeanne Millsap

Rejection is a known possible side effect of transplants. In this case, it's a good thing.

Lakeside Worship Center in Plainfield celebrates its first anniversary

It's been a year of blessings - and both the pastor and church members state why.

Joliet philosophy professor authored book on why people like ghost stories

I actually read his book and found we agree on many of those elements. We like many of the same authors - and he told me yesterday after I submitted the story that he ordered all three books of the BryonySeries. :) WITH VIDEO EXTRA.

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