Testing the Memory of Past MCC Board President George Lowe

The following article form Feb. 3, 2008, might give current readers an idea of the past service of McHenry County College Board candidate George Lowe. Lowe seeks to return to the Board for a six-year term. The Daily Herald seems … Continue reading

To the Back of the Room for Photo Taking and Recordings at Grafton Township Meetings

Just as whites were more privileged than blacks on Montgomery Alabama, buses, those trying to video or audio tape and photograph Grafton Township meetings seem to be now less equal than print reporters with pencil and pad. The Public Access … Continue reading

Testing the Memory of MCC Board President George Lowe

The Daily Herald seems to be the first newspaper to notice that their photographers’ First Amendment rights have been compromised by a ban on flash photography at McHenry County College Board meetings. Since the Daily Herald rarely sends reporters to … Continue reading

Testing the Memory of MCC Board President George Lowe

The Daily Herald seems to be the first newspaper to notice that their photographers’ First Amendment rights have been compromised by a ban on flash photography at McHenry County College Board meetings. Since the Daily Herald rarely sends reporters to … Continue reading

Flash in the Pan

How did I miss this Daily Herald article by Chuck Keeshan? It begins with my name and is entitled, McHenry County ban on flash photography tabled, could soon be dead I wrote about the McHenry County Board’s attempt to ban … Continue reading

Flash in the Pan

How did I miss this Daily Herald article by Chuck Keeshan? It begins with my name and is entitled, McHenry County ban on flash photography tabled, could soon be dead I wrote about the McHenry County Board’s attempt to ban … Continue reading