An Iron Horse Takes the Galena-Chicago Stagecoach Trail

Join retired college professor Mark Schwendau and his wife, Karen, as they travel a former stagecoach trail by motorcycle and note interesting landmarks in each community along the way.

Don’t Be So Afraid of the Word ‘Cancer’

Cancer care is more advanced today than ever before. Patient outcomes look more and more favorable, and the credit goes to a variety of medical professionals and patients themselves. Learn some truths about cancer from medical experts in our region.

Smart Living Weekly – October 19, 2016

  Nightmare on Chicago Street Right in Our Region: From those deliciously scary black-and-white movies like “Night of the Living Dead” to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” zombies have captured the imagination…
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NWQ Business Resource Guide

Now is a good time to evaluate those year-end goals for your organization. To reach those goals, you’ll need a team that can go the extra mile. Here, we introduce you service providers who are leading the way.

Smart Living Weekly – October 21, 2015

  Zombie Apocalypse Party Time Right in Our Region: Many fall festivals aim for family fun, but Elgin’s biggest celebration of the season fully embraces the horrors of Halloween. Get…
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Priceless Memories on the Greens

Local golf pros have all of the fun, with a front-row seat to some of the game’s best moments. Here are a few of their favorite memories.

NWQ’s Annual College Guide – 2012 Edition

Our region is filled with quality institutions for higher learning. Discover some of our area’s best in this annual supplement.

Judson Prof Examines Green Worship Spaces

FROM JUDSON UNIVERSITY: ELGIN — Dr. Mark Torgerson, professor of Worship Studies at Judson University, has authored a new book “Greening Spaces for Worship and Ministry: Congregations, Their Buildings, and…
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Girl Scouts at 100: Making a Better World, One Girl at a Time

As Girl Scouts around the world prepare to kick off their second century, discover what’s new, and what remains the same, in the organization that was founded eight years before U.S. women got the right to vote.

NWQ’s Third Annual College Guide

The Old Northwest Territory is filled with great institutions for higher learning. NWQ Highlights some of the best around in this annual supplement.