Friday, September 25, 2015

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, Sept. 20 through Sept. 25

Running a bit behind today. I've had an incredibly busy few weeks an decided to read through a scene I wrote last Saturday to steer my mind in that direction before I set out for the morning power walk.

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:

Below, the main fruit of this week's labors:

Fifty years later, Shorewood woman is still a bus driver

Barb Gray still drives for the same school. Gray discuesses how driving became a family business, the difference in training between then and now, and why she still does what she does.

An Extraordinary Life: Crest Hill nurse leaves legacy of caring

Surviving a tornado as a young girl, this woman followed in her stepmother's footsteps and created a legacy worth following.

Pets of the Week

Check out these adoptable pets. Perhaps you can open your home to one of them.

Orthopedic group in Japan tours Advanced Physicians in Crest Hill

One of the group's athletic trainers did her clinicals with Advanced Physicians. She returned with her boss, so he could compare the American method of offering care.

Joliet man writes about the Christian experience (VIDEO EXTRA)

In The God Experience, Ricky Tutor documents three decades of personal research and shares experiences that make those precepts come alive.

St. Joseph Medical Center among 2 venues hosting Joliet man's work (VIDEO EXTRA)

Doctors predicted Pedro Palacios would die in childhood. But he overcame the odds to flourish as an outstanding artist and human being.

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