Jami Kunzer, Northwest Herald

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Past articles by Jami:

Late McHenry County restaurateur Brett Coleman remembered as friend to all

Late restaurateur Brett Coleman remembered as friend to all → Read More

Eager to hit the water, Lake County boaters grapple with restrictions

Timothy Henning of Antioch can walk around the block with his family, but they all can’t boat together. → Read More

Vintage Shop Hop brings deals, rare finds to shoppers

Vintage shoppers, this is your weekend. → Read More

Environmental Defenders mark 50 years of lasting change in McHenry County

Curbside recycling. The McHenry County Conservation District. The Land Conservancy of McHenry County. → Read More

Woodstock North grad returns as part of BrassTaps Duo

Now performing as part of BrassTaps Duo, a Woodstock North High School graduate will return to his alma mater to encourage students to drum to their own beat. → Read More

CL South to stage ‘Catch Me If You Can’ musical

Taking on a musical rarely performed in high schools, Crystal Lake South looks to entice crowds to “Catch Me If You Can.” → Read More

Hooved Animal Humane Society invites visitors

You’re invited to visit the Hooved Animal Humane Society farm in Woodstock. Just bring a watermelon for smashing. → Read More

Mushers with Free Spirit Sled Demo Team prepare to show off sport in Harvard

For Jason Hussong and his fellow mushers, it’s the dog days of winter. → Read More

4th Fridays event grows into an ‘art experience’ in Crystal Lake

A new addition to The Dole Mansion last year, the 4th Fridays Art Event, hasn’t stopped evolving. → Read More

'I knew that I could help her:' Lakemoor police officer donates kidney

Lakemoor police officer donates kidney to former Harvard resident → Read More

Woodstock Community Choir experiences 'whirlwind of growth'

Embraced by the community for its unique performances, the growing Woodstock Community Choir has truly become Woodstock’s Community Choir. → Read More

Richmond entices visitors with Cocoa Walk Weekend

Hot cocoa lovers, take note. → Read More

Asiyah's Rock for a Ride to benefit Woodstock family needing modified vehicle

Faced with physical disabilities, 20-year-old Asiyah Haneef has never been able to drive a car. → Read More

MoMCon aims to bring moms together for self-care

Members of Moms of McHenry County want to empower moms everywhere by devoting a day solely to them. → Read More

Cooking show set for Nov. 15 at MCC

More of a cooking experience than a show, “Guy Unleashed” isn’t just about unique recipes. → Read More

Woodstock theater to debut Crystal Lake cinematographer's film

Woodstock Classic Cinemas will screen ‘The Divide’ on May 13 → Read More

Using a garden to grow together

Woodstock’s Allendale LINC School began Garden Guardians this year → Read More

Folk artist coming to Stage Left

Rogers, a Canadian, will tells of days on road with late brother, Stan → Read More

‘Nunsense’ marks Woodstock Musical Theatre Company’s final show

“It’s just a silly fun time,” said Elaine Cashmore of Round Lake Heights, who plays street-wise Sister Robert Anne in the production. “People should come really to laugh and listen to some good music.” Showtimes are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays March 29-31 and April 5-7 and 12-14 at the Opera House, 121 Van Buren St., Woodstock. Tickets range in cost from $18 to $25 for adults… → Read More

TownSquare Players bring 'beastly magical' Disney classic to Woodstock Opera House

TownSquare Players’ production on weekends features plenty of locals → Read More