It’s a tragedy whenever a tree is lost, and the aftermath of the Aug. 10 derecho windstorm was grounds for mourning across our H-F towns.
We were on a family visit and far from home on the day of the storm. Driving back to Flossmoor the next day, I started to understand what had just happened. My colleague Eric Crump posted an online story about the storm, and there was an email notice from Flossmoor announcing that the . . .
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