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Chicago Tribune

 

a daily newspaper in the USA. The Chicago Tribune, founded in 1847, is published in Chicago by the Tribune Company. It is closely connected with influential monopolistic groups of the Midwest. Circulation, more than 750,000; Sunday edition, 1.1 million (1977).

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires has authorized opening the beatification process for three Argentine priests and two seminarians murdered in 1976 during Argentina's "dirty war," the Chicago Tribune reports.
In 1896, for example, the Chicago Tribune reported that "this dread menace to life and property and public health flourishes as never before." (74) Guns sales in hardware and sporting goods stores surged, as Chicagoans armed themselves against the "foorpad's gun and the sandbagger's weapon." (75) Police Chief John Badenoch declared that the "thug must go," and local law enforcers became increasingly aggressive in the war against highwaymen.
As the Chicago Tribune put it: "In three years with Chicago Public Schools, Duncan never had a high enough post to merit his own secretary." "Nobody really knows who he is," says Ray Quintanilla, a Chicago Tribune education writer describing the city's reaction to the announcement of its new public schools' CEO in the summer of 2001.
It will then be endorsed by City Hall and taught in the high schools and discussed by adults, reports the Chicago Tribune.
The Chicago Tribune anxiously describes raves as "one-night-only parties ...
Lehoczky writes regularly for the Chicago Tribune and Newsday.
Koziol's 32-year career at the Chicago Tribune included reporting on some of the nation's most sensational cases, including the serial murders of John Wayne Gacy and the kidnapping of Patty Hearst.
--Mike Toland of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, as reported in the Chicago Tribune, July 26, 2005
Plus the headlines that we get from the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times can only increase our visibility and build our audiences--both gay and straight."
Clarence Page, syndicated columnist and member of the editorial board for the Chicago Tribune, will talk about his start in Ohio, his career and books, including "Showing My Color: Impolite Essays on Race and Identity" on May 19 at 7 p.m.
participation, some Illinois congregations are taking it upon themselves to make environmental awareness part of Christian practice, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Zell, a potential witness in an eventual trial of Blagojevich, and other Tribune officials have declined to talk publicly about the scandal, but the Chicago Tribune had reported that Zell was interviewed by federal authorities in January.