Junior College Finally Posts Some Mega-Tower Information, Including Proposed Contract with BMB

I noticed about 7 PM that McHenry County’s junior college—and it certainly deserves to be called a “junior” college, rather than a “community” college—finally posted some information about the BMB Communications management 1,500 foot broadcast tower, taller than the Sears … Continue reading

Junior College Finally Posts Some Mega-Tower Information, Including Proposed Contract with BMB

I noticed about 7 PM that McHenry County’s junior college—and it certainly deserves to be called a “junior” college, rather than a “community” college—finally posted some information about the BMB Communications management 1,500 foot broadcast tower, taller than the Sears … Continue reading

McHenry County College Predicts Tuition Increases of $4 and $5 Per Credit Hour for Next Five Years

Even though there was no increase in the Consumer Price Index this past year. Tuition is now $77 per credit hour. But tuition is free to MCC high school graduates for at least the next five years. That’s because of … Continue reading

McHenry County College Predicts Tuition Increases of $4 and $5 Per Credit Hour for Next Five Years

Even though there was no increase in the Consumer Price Index this past year. Tuition is now $77 per credit hour. But tuition is free to MCC high school graduates for at least the next five years. That’s because of … Continue reading

Crystal Lake Citizen Activist Tom Roti Admonished Sheriff Keith Nygren on Immigration Enforcement

From the lack of local activity since the Illinois Minuteman Project and Rosanna Pulido brought Ohio Sheriff Daniel Beck spoke at McHenry County College last fall, one might think the issue has gone away. Maybe not. Read Tom Roti’s letter … Continue reading

Crystal Lake Citizen Activist Tom Roti Admonished Sheriff Keith Nygren on Immigration Enforcement

From the lack of local activity since the Illinois Minuteman Project and Rosanna Pulido brought Ohio Sheriff Daniel Beck spoke at McHenry County College last fall, one might think the issue has gone away. Maybe not. Read Tom Roti’s letter … Continue reading

Message of the Day – Testimony

There was so much good stuff at the two meetings I attended Wednesday night. At my second meeting, the Legislative Budget Hearing at McHenry County College, Al Wilson, long-time steward of the Lake in the Hills fen testified before State … Continue reading

Message of the Day – Testimony

There was so much good stuff at the two meetings I attended Wednesday night. At my second meeting, the Legislative Budget Hearing at McHenry County College, Al Wilson, long-time steward of the Lake in the Hills fen testified before State … Continue reading

Message of the Day – A Plaque

Marlene Kopala received a plaque honoring her service to McHenry County College at the last board meeting I attended. It says, MARLENE KOPALAIN RECOGNITIONFOR 26 YEARSOF PROFESIONAL DEDICATIONAS BOARD LIAISON McHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE1981-2007 Below McHenry County Board member Barbara Walters … Continue reading

Message of the Day – A Plaque

Marlene Kopala received a plaque honoring her service to McHenry County College at the last board meeting I attended. It says, MARLENE KOPALAIN RECOGNITIONFOR 26 YEARSOF PROFESIONAL DEDICATIONAS BOARD LIAISON McHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE1981-2007 Below McHenry County Board member Barbara Walters … Continue reading

New Paper Covering McHenry County College Baseball Stadium

Pioneer Press, a chain of weekly newspapers whose local presence is mainly in Algonquin, Cary and Fox River Grove, has taken an interest in McHenry County College’s baseball stadium. Reporter Pete Gonigam has written a story, the most complete version … Continue reading

New Paper Covering McHenry County College Baseball Stadium

Pioneer Press, a chain of weekly newspapers whose local presence is mainly in Algonquin, Cary and Fox River Grove, has taken an interest in McHenry County College’s baseball stadium. Reporter Pete Gonigam has written a story, the most complete version … Continue reading

Northwest & Daily Heralds Report on MCC Baseball Stadium Feasibility Study, But Not Its Critique by Economic Research Associates

You would think the Northwest Herald would have been hounding McHenry County College for last fall’s $70,000 feasibility study on the baseball stadium as much as McHenry County Blog has. It would seem to be a First Amendment issue to … Continue reading

Northwest & Daily Heralds Report on MCC Baseball Stadium Feasibility Study, But Not It Critique by Economic Research Associates

You would think the Northwest Herald would have been hounding McHenry County College for last fall’s $70,000 feasibility study on the baseball stadium as much as McHenry County Blog has. It would seem to be a First Amendment issue to … Continue reading