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Title Naperville news 17. February 2012 [(DVD) videorecording] / produced by NCTV17 ; produced by Elizabeth Spencer and Jen Hannon.

Publication Info. Naperville, Ill. : Naperville Community Television, [2011]
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 Nichols Adult Reference Local History  977.324 NAP    AVAILABLE
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Description 4 videodiscs (approximately 120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD-R format.
Note Videodisc recording of the weekly Naperville news magazine program for the month of February 2012.
Airs six times daily on NCTV17, Naperville Community Television.
For specific features see interactive menu.
Performer Jen Hannon, anchor; with Jennie Barger, Michelle Corless, Kevin Machak, Holly Roadruck, Justin Zipser, Ryan Jones, Mark Dahlquist , Alex Symonds.
Summary Covers topics of interest to the Naperville community and surrounding areas of DuPage county.
Contents February 3, 2012: Stabbing in local bar leads to death of recent North Central graduate -- Plans to redraw boundary map in District 203 gets mixed reactions -- District 204 may close Frontier Campus -- Tellabs to cut over 500 employees -- Metra fare increase goes into effect -- Governor's State of the state messge upbeat -- SECA workshop -- Navistar's relocation to Lisle complete -- Heartland Blood Center needs blood donations, especially type O-negative -- Morton Arboretum holds Husky Heroes sled dog event to encourage adoption of the breed -- Valentine's day and the phenomenon of online dating -- North Central College celebrates women's athletics -- Chorus of DuPage a capella singing group performs barbershop quartet style music -- Sports with Alex Symonds and Mark Dahlquist -- Authors revealed with Becky Anderson: Kristin Hannah, author of Night road -- Sounds of the Chorus of DuPage.
February 10, 2012: City council considers response to recent stabbing in a local bar -- Packer Engineering closes doors -- Lantern Tavern and Grill reopens after change in management -- Feud between College of DuPage and Village of Glen Ellyn expected to end -- Local area Marine gets surprise welcome home -- City traffic signals--how long do they stay green... or red? -- Local organizations offering free tax assistance -- Honoring African Americans in the military -- Local shelter offers aide to domestic abuse victims -- My furry Valentine--adopt a dog or cat for Valentine's Day -- North Central College premiers fourth installment of its documentary film series -- Zumba classes for fitness -- Napervill Reads author Antonio Sacre speaks to elementary students at Naperville North High School -- Sports with Alex Symonds and Mark Dahlquist -- Authors revealed with Becky Anderson: Antonio Sacre, Naperville reads author discusses his new book, A mango in the hand -- Christian music singer Steven Curtis Chapman performs at North Central College.
February 17, 2012: Accused murderer denied bail -- Heroin use on the rise in western suburbs -- State of the Park District address highlights projects completed and plans for future -- District 203 finalizes plans for redrawing district boundary -- Illinois developing new education standards -- District 204 looks at possible ways to cut budget deficits -- North Central College President Harold Wilde announces plans to retire -- Construction on Marriott Hotel almost completed -- Allocation of SECA funds -- Area residents attend second annual free dental health care day -- Dental care for your pets -- Edward Hospital animal therapy program reaches ten year anniversary -- North Central College holds 16th annual International Festival -- Napervill Reads author Antonio Sacre speaks to elementary students at Naperville North High School -- Sports with Alex Symonds and Mark Dahlquist -- Authors revealed with Becky Anderson: children's author Adam Rex discusses his new book, Cold cereal.
February 24, 2012: Governor's annual budget address -- Ronald McDonald family room opens at Edward Hospital -- District 203 staff and parents await announcements regarding enrollment issues at several schools -- Friends of Heritage YMCA hold open house -- Local state representatives Michael Connelly and Darlene Senger to run unopposed in March primary -- District lines for Will County Board redrawn to include 13 precincts -- Chicago Wolves' Stefan Schneider visits 95th Street Library -- Catch 35 restaurant participates in Chicago Restaurant Week, area restaurants note increased custom -- North Central College celebrates 4th annual Explore the Sound concert at Wentz Concert Hall -- Sports with Alex Symonds and Mark Dahlquist -- Naperville Reads local author Luis Urrea visits Wentz Concert Hall at North Central to speak with area residents -- Becky Anderson's author revealed presents Alex Finn, author of Bewitching -- More sounds from Explore the Sound concert at North Central College.
Form Also available as a podcast or streaming video from
Subject Current events -- Videodiscs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- History -- Videodiscs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- Social life and customs -- Videodiscs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- Economic conditions -- Videodiscs.
Genre Television news programs.
DVD-Video discs.
Added Author Hannon, Jen.
Barger, Jennie.
Machak, Kevin.
Corless, Michelle.
Roadruck, Holly.
Jones, Ryan.
Zipser, Justin.
Dahlquist, Marc.
Symonds, Alex.
Naperville Community Television.
Added Title Naperville news 17 (Television program)
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