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Review of Harbor Freight Tools

If you’ve purchased tools, equipment or hardware you know how addicting tools can be for a man and his man cave.

Mchenry Generator from Harbor Freight ToolsI’ve been a contractor all my life and there isn’t much I can’t do and I love my tools. Finding good tools in Mchenry isn’t too hard, but finding good cheap tools in Mchenry might be a bit of a challenge. Typically I always purchased the best and most expensive because I didn’t have time to replace tools and equipment while on the job. Now that I’m retired I don’t need bullet proof tools, but it helps to have good tools at a good price.

Harbor Freight Moved into Crystal Lake in the last 2 years and I can hardly keep myself from the place. I’ve got some projects around the house that need specialized equipment and tools and I had a garage disaster where almost all my tools were destroyed. So. I’ve be a regular customer at Harbor Freight in Crystal Lake, it’s the best place for mchenry tools and equipment.

Prudence is required when purchasing some items. Cheap tools in Mchenry can be a godsend or a curse. Harbor Freight offers insurance on just about all their tools and replacement can be made in two years. Let’s face it, if you buy a cement mixer made in China with plastic gears you better buy the replacement insurance policy.

Mchenry air compressor at Harbor Freight ToolsI love Harbor Freight. They have a coupon flyer every month, super coupons on the computer and you can join a club for even further discounts. When the weather turns nice they have sidewalk sales on a regular basis.

My experience with the managers, clerks and other workers has  been excellent. All are always willing to go out of their way to help. Treat them nice and they will go overboard to help you with your purchase.

Bottom line, if you’re a Mchenry tool collector you can fill a garage with just about any tool you need for mechanical work, wood working, electrical work, carpentry, plumbing and I could go on.

Most all tools will have a review or two. Read them carefully and you can make an intelligent decision on whether you might want to make a purchase or not. If you have kids who like to use your tools you can pick up a couple sets of screw drivers, wrenches, pliers etc, you won’t have to get bent out of shape when the tools don’t return and at the same time you won’t discourage their creative juices.

Besides purchasing smaller items, I’ve purchased some larger items like compressors, generator, compactor and large concrete mixer. All have performed flawlessly and one was given a good beating. I mean, I used it hard and its still ticking strong. Don’t forget to get the extended warranty on expensive items. Even stuff like drills, jacks, pipe benders, or grinders.

Mchenry Generator from Harbor Freight ToolsCrystal Lake is only about 10 minutes from Mchenry and I’ve found Harbor Freight to be my favorite for buying Mchenry tools and equipment. I previously bought my tools at Menards or Home Depot, but even now they stopped carrying name brands, their return policy sucks. I had a dewalt drill from Home Depot and tried to return it but did not have my receipt.. remember, I had been buying from these guys for over 20 years. They would not help me, same happened at Menards. When I spend a lot of money I expect service and these 2 old standby’s, Menards and Home Depot just don’t cut it. I would never return an item that did not deserve to be returned and expect to be treated a little special for buying as much as I do. Harbor Freight has really impressed me, I had 2 items to return and there was no hesitation on their part.

So if you want good tools at a good price, check out Harbor Freight in Crystal Lake!

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Winter of 2012 and 2013 we should see some major changes to this site. Hopefully if you own a business in the Mchenry area you'll want to get listed in this directory. I know it works, the few businesses we have see constant calls, activity and business directly from this site.

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  • Prairie Ridge High School teacher pleads not guilty to financial exploitation charges
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    CRYSTAL LAKE – A Prairie Ridge High School teacher on Friday pleaded not guilty to stealing more than $50,000 of an elderly woman’s money to purchase a home. Physical education teacher and varsity girls basketball coach Rick Lima faces felony financial exploitation charges stemming from purchases he’s accused of making in July. Crystal Lake police have said they believe the money was used to buy a home. Lima is one of eight teachers whose position with Community High School District 155 will be cut at the end of the academic year. District officials on Tuesday unanimously approved the layoffs. Employees who are laid off are selected based on statutory guidelines and student choice, depending on the courses they register for, District 155 Superintendent Steve Olson said on Tuesday. The district is down by 140 students for the upcoming school year, Olson said. Devin Hester, president of the District 155 Education Association, has attributed the cuts to declining enrollment. Lima will return to court May 4.
  • Overturned trailer causes traffic backups at Route 31, Rakow Road
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    CRYSTAL LAKE – Traffic was backed up Friday evening after a trailer overturned on Route 31 and Rakow Road. The Crystal Lake Police Department warned motorists of heavy traffic congestion around 5:04 p.m. Friday in a Nixle alert. The southbound lane of Route 31 was reduced to one lane and the area was cleared again by 7:50 p.m.
  • District 155, Cary-Grove senior reach settlement in free speech suit
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    CRYSTAL LAKE – A settlement was reached between Community High School District 155 and a Cary-Grove High School student after he was suspended for using a smartphone to take video of Cary’s mayor speaking at the school. District 155 board members approved the settlement Tuesday after meeting in a closed session. Cary-Grove senior Matthew Ahmann alleges administrators discouraged him from speaking before Cary Mayor Mark Kownick visited one of his classes, and they later suspended him for posting recordings of the mayor’s speech online. ​Board President Adam Guss and Ahmann’s attorney Nemura Pencyla said they could not say what was agreed to in the confidential settlement that was filed with the U.S. District Court in Rockford in January. The District 155 board said in a statement that neither Ahmann nor the board admits any wrongdoing by settling. The board was prepared to aggressively defend the lawsuit, but found settlement to be the most cost-effective, according to the statement. Ahmann sought more than $50,000 in damages and requested his suspension records be expunged. The lawsuit alleges the conduct of Kownick and Cary-Grove Dean Jim Kelly was a “prior restraint upon” Ahmann’s First Amendment rights. Ahmann wouldn’t comment on the settlement, but previously said on Facebook he plans to donate any financial benefit from the settlement to educational foundations and the Wounded Warrior Project. The lawsuit stems from a Sept. 26 incident in which Kownick gave a speech about government and politics at the high school. Before presenting, Kownick approached Kelly about Ahmann’s “prior political activity” and asked that he be restrained from saying or doing anything during the mayor’s speech, the lawsuit stated. Kelly approached Ahmann, pulled him away from others and “forcefully instructed” him not to say or do anything during Kownick’s speech, according to the lawsuit. Kownick said he never spoke with Kelly about Ahmann, and said he came to the school as part of a question-and-answer session with no speech prepared. “I would have loved for him to pay consequences for lying in a lawsuit,” Kownick said. “People need to be accountable for their actions. He illegally taped me and then put it online. Even as elected official, I have rights in a school because schools have more restrictive rights than anywhere else.” Ahmann is a moderator of an online group that discusses political topics and has criticized Kownick’s politics in the past, according to the lawsuit. Weeks after the mayor’s visit, Ahmann posted video and audio recordings of Kownick’s speech online. The student’s attorney stated in the lawsuit that because the recordings were of a political figure performing his public duties, Ahmann had the right to post them online. On Oct. 12, Ahmann was given a one-day in-school suspension for “inappropriate cellphone use in class without permission,” the lawsuit states. Ahmann accused school administrators of not letting him appeal the suspension. Kownick also said Ahmann took a photo of his family and degraded the image and wrote his family is “the scum of Cary.” Ahmann denied this and said he has never said anything about Kownick's family. “He doesn’t even live in Cary [nor] could [he] vote for me,” Kownick said. “I’m a public official and people can go after me. I signed up for it, but you can’t go after my family.” Ahmann said he has a right to voice his political opinion regardless of where he lives.
  • Discarded cigarette causes siding on Woodstock home to catch fire
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    WOODSTOCK – The siding on a Woodstock house caught fire Friday after someone discarded a cigarette into a plastic flower pot, fire officials said. A neighbor noticed the siding was on fire and called the fire department about 3:10 p.m., Woodstock Fire Capt. Brendan Parker said. A resident was inside the house, in the 200 block of East Kimball Avenue in Woodstock, at the time and didn’t realize the area near the front door was on fire, Parker said. No one was injured, and the fire was put out within a minute, he said. The fire caused about $3,000 worth of damage.
  • Photos: Bernotas Middle raises over $12k for St. Baldrick's
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    Students at Richard Bernotas Middle School in Crystal Lake raised over $12,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, which helps fund childhood cancer research.
  • Photos: Woodstock North Goes 'Bald By Choice'
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    Woodstock North raised $3,852 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation on Friday, March 23, 2018 in Woodstock.
  • US Postal Service unveils Mister Rogers postage stamp
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    PITTSBURGH – It was a beautiful day to honor Mister Rogers with a postage stamp. The U.S. Postal Service on Friday released a stamp featuring Fred Rogers, the gentle TV host who entertained and educated generations of preschoolers on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” The stamp pictures Rogers in his trademark cardigan along with King Friday, a puppet character from the show’s Neighborhood of Make-Believe sketch. A dedication ceremony was held at the Pittsburgh studio where Rogers filmed his beloved PBS show, which aired between 1968 and 2001. Rogers died in 2003 at age 74. Among those attending were Rogers’ widow, Joanne, and David Newell, who played Mr. McFeely, the deliveryman on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Joanne Rogers said that when she first saw the stamp, it was “love at first sight.” “I thought it was so beautiful. I think it is so festive,” she said. Postmaster General Megan Brennan said at the unveiling that Mister Rogers “made the ups and downs of life easier to understand for the youngest members of our society.” “He shaped generations with his kindness and compassion,” she said. Noting the stamp has the words “Forever USA,” Brennan said “these words of the Postal Service are our way of saying Mr. Rogers represents the best of America and will do so always.” Paul Siefken, president and CEO of the Fred Rogers Company, said he couldn’t think of “a better tribute to Fred and his legacy.” He noted that Rogers loved sending letters, especially to young children who wrote to him about his show. “Fred Rogers left an indelible mark on generations of young audiences through his groundbreaking series, and his timeless wisdom and important messages of inclusion and neighborliness remain just as relevant today as they were 50 years ago,” Siefken said.
  • Hurricane Harvey's toxic effect deeper than public told
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    HOUSTON – More than a half-year after Hurricane Harvey flooded America’s largest corridor of energy and petrochemical plants, records show the storm’s environmental assault was more widespread and severe than authorities publicly acknowledged. Piecing together county, state and federal records, The Associated Press and Houston Chronicle cataloged more than 100 Harvey-related toxic releases – on land, in water and air – in metropolitan Houston, America’s fourth-largest city. Most were never publicized. Only a few were investigated by federal regulators. State officials say they have investigated 89 incidents but have announced no enforcement actions. Some 500 chemical plants, 10 refineries and more than 6,670 miles of intertwined oil, gas and chemical pipelines line the corridor. Nearly half a billion gallons of industrial wastewater mixed with storm water surged out of just one of these chemical plants. The dozens of tons of chemicals unleashed – all self-reported by industry – include such proven carcinogens as benzene and vinyl chloride. Many affected plants are repeat environmental offenders. Soil and water testing for contaminants by state and federal regulators was largely limited to Superfund toxic waste sites. Air sampling was more extensive, including flyovers, but officials released few details and repeatedly assured the public that post-Harvey air pollution posed no health threat. The career civil servant who headed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s regional office during Harvey, Samuel Coleman, now says those general assessments did not reflect local “hotspots” with potential risk to people. The priority in the hurricane’s immediate aftermath was “addressing any environmental harms as quickly as possible, as opposed to making announcements about what the problem was,” Coleman said. In hindsight, he said, it might not have been a bad idea to inform the public about the worst of “dozens of spills.” Local officials say the state and federal government’s response to Harvey has weakened efforts by the city of Houston and surrounding Harris County to build cases against the companies and force them to follow through on cleanups. “The public will probably never know the extent of what happened to the environment after Harvey. But the individual companies of course know,” said Rock Owens, supervising environmental attorney for Harris County, home to 4.7 million residents. Regulators alerted the public to dangers from just two, well-publicized toxic disasters: the Arkema chemical plant northeast of Houston that exploded and burned for days, and a nearby dioxin-laden federal Superfund site whose protective cap was damaged by the raging San Jacinto River. The chairman of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Bryan Shaw, told a January legislative hearing he could not discuss those spills or possible sanctions while an after-action review is pending. The state says it has “a number of open investigations” but would not elaborate. The limited extent of post-Harvey environmental testing by state and federal authorities was “unconscionable,” said environmental sociologist Scott Frickel of Brown University, especially compared to two previous major Gulf Coast hurricanes. After Hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, state regulators collected 85 soil samples. More than a dozen violations were identified and cleanups carried out, according to a state review. And after Hurricane Katrina’s floodwaters ravaged New Orleans in 2005, the EPA and Louisiana officials examined about 1,800 soil samples over 10 months, EPA records showed. Reporters covered some Harvey-environmental crises as they happened, such as AP’s exclusive on the flooding of toxic waste sites and the Chronicle’s Arkema warnings before fires broke out. But the sheer quantity of spills was impossible to document in real time – and information about some releases was delayed. Academics have tried to fill in the gaps in environmental monitoring but say the paucity of data leaves local residents in a state of limbo – not knowing what they may have been exposed to – and could hurt efforts to prepare for future violent weather events that climatologists predict. Testing by academics — in waterways and on land – has shown evidence of likely Harvey-related contamination, they have said. But scientists also believe the deluge – 5 feet of rain in some spots – had a scouring effect on top soil, meaning contaminants likely migrated. “That soil ended up somewhere,” said Hanadi Rifai, who heads the University of Houston’s environmental engineering program and has been studying pollution in the 50-mile-long Houston Ship Channel – the petrochemical industry’s main artery – for more than two decades. “The net result on Galveston Bay is going to be nothing short of catastrophic.” Only one of nine soil samples collected in September by Rice University researchers in a neighborhood east of downtown Houston showed the presence of benzo(a)pyrene, a known carcinogen, at levels just above what the EPA deems a cancer risk, according to an independent chemical analysis funded by the AP-Chronicle collaboration. Samples taken in October at a popular Houston park upstream of the ship channel showed elevated levels of dioxins, PCBs and hazardous chemicals typically created in the burning of oil, coal and gas, said Jennifer Horney, a Texas A&M epidemiology professor who conducted testing for the city. But the levels were below EPA cleanup standards. Harris County officials have referred at least three post-Harvey releases to the Texas Attorney General’s Office for possible punitive action. One was a half-million-gallon gasoline spill from a storage tank owned by Magellan Midstream Partners in Galena Park, where plant workers were evacuated amid explosion fears. “Nobody told us anything,” said Claudia Mendez, a 42-year-old community activist who lives a mile away with her husband and three sons. It wasn’t until the next week that she learned from news reports of the Magellan spill. Mendez did notice some foam at the time in a pond beside the road fronting Magellan’s terminal. “We found out later it was the foam the firefighters used to put down the fumes.” Magellan spokesman Bruce Heine said the company notified state and federal authorities as soon as it was aware of the spill.
  • Nigeria says only 1 schoolgirl left in hands of Boko Haram
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    LAGOS, Nigeria – Only one Nigerian schoolgirl still is being held by Boko Haram after the extremists released 104 classmates seized in a mass abduction and she “will not be abandoned,” President Muhammadu Buhari said Thursday, with no word on five girls still unaccounted for who are said to be dead and buried. The president’s statement calls Leah Sharibu “the only Dapchi schoolgirl still in captivity” after the extraordinary release of the girls on Wednesday. Freed girls and parents have said Sharibu is Christian and still captive “because they want to convert her to Islam.” Buhari’s statement says “true followers of Islam all over the world respect the injunction that there is no compulsion in religion.” He added that he looked forward to meeting with the girls who were freed. Also Thursday, the father of one of the five schoolgirls still unaccounted for said he has been told his daughter and others are dead and buried. Inuwa Garba told The Associated Press that friends of his daughter who were freed told him the 16-year-old died from injuries in the frightened stampede that occurred during the mass abduction in Dapchi a month ago. “They told me five of the girls died and my daughter, who was among them, was the first to die” the day the girls were seized, Garba said. The survivors told him the bodies were buried in the bush. “I believe what the girls told me because they were all together and saw what happened,” he said. On Wednesday, one 14-year-old released by the fighters told reporters that five girls had died but did not provide details. One of the freed girls, Khadija Grema, has said a Christian classmate remained captive, while those released are Muslim. “We were freed because we are Muslim girls and they didn’t want us to suffer. That is why they released us,” she said. The freed girls were taken to the capital, Abuja, later Wednesday. The Boko Haram extremists brought back the girls they had kidnapped from a boarding school, dropping them off with a warning: “Don’t ever put your daughters in school again.” Boko Haram means “Western education is forbidden” in the Hausa language. The abductions in Dapchi have evoked painful memories of the tragedy in Chibok, where 276 girls were kidnapped from their boarding school. Nearly four years later, about 100 of them have never returned home. Many had been forced to marry their captors and had children fathered by them. The Nigerian government denies that it paid a ransom or made a prisoner swap in exchange for the Dapchi girls’ freedom. Both occurred before the largest release of Chibok schoolgirls last year. The latest mass abduction is thought to have been carried out by a Boko Haram splinter group aligned with the Islamic State group that has criticized the leader of the main Boko Haram organization for targeting civilians and has focused instead on military and Western targets. Nigeria’s government under Buhari has repeatedly claimed victory over Boko Haram in recent months but the extremists continue to carry out deadly suicide bombings in the north, often using young women who have been abducted and indoctrinated. The Dapchi mass abduction has caused a fresh round of outrage, especially about the protection of schools in a region where Boko Haram has kidnapped thousands of people over nearly a decade. The release of the girls came a day after an Amnesty International report accused the Nigerian military of failing to heed several warnings of the imminent attack on Feb. 19 during which the girls were seized. The military has called the report an “outright falsehood.”
  • Parkland, Florida, teens pulling off a worldwide movement
    published on March 23rd, 2018 at 11:31 PM
    PARKLAND, Fla. – They can’t buy a beer or rent a car and most aren’t even old enough to vote, yet the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have spearheaded what could become one of the largest marches in history with nearly 1 million people expected in Washington and more than 800 sister marches from California to Japan. In the wake of a Valentine’s Day shooting that killed 17, the teens have pulled all-nighters, scheduling speakers, petitioning city councils, renting stages and walking march routes with police in a grass-roots movement that has raised more than $4 million. Students will walk down Pennsylvania Avenue during March for Our Lives on Saturday alongside pop stars Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato. They have requested 14 Jumbotrons, 2,000 chairs and 2,000 public restrooms. “People don’t think about all these little things, but they add up,” said Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior Ryan Deitsch, who is 18. Several student organizers have become mainstays on national TV, promoting the marches, and they landed on the cover of Time magazine. In the first two weeks after the shooting, Deitsch worked 22-hour days, often sleeping in his clothes. “I’d basically keep going until I shut down, like I’d just collapse, sometimes I’d be on the floor,” Deitsch said. Seasoned activists have marveled at what the students accomplished so far, including a sweeping gun bill in Florida and school walkouts attended by over a million students last week, according to organizers Women’s March. Oprah Winfrey and George and Amal Clooney have each donated $500,000. The cast of “Modern Family” did a public service announcement, and Broadway stars Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt recorded a song for the march. The Women’s March, Everytown for Gun Safety and the gun violence prevention group founded by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords provided heavy support for the march, opening the youths up to criticism that they are just pawns of left-wing organizations that have been fighting guns for years. The students said, however, they are calling the shots, and have refused money and turned down support that doesn’t align with their vision. “They like to believe we’re puppets, they like to believe that we’re being controlled by someone else because ... they don’t want to believe that human beings have this power because if they have this power then they might not need a gun,” Deitsch said. In Arizona, more than 20,000 people on social media promised to attend the student-led march, said leader Jordan Harb, a 17-year-old junior at Mountain View High School in Mesa. He coordinated vendors and met with police to talk about barricades and security as they expect counter-protesters to bring assault weapons. They’ve raised about $34,000 through T-Shirt sales and donations. The group Arizonans For Gun Safety is handling the money since the teens are underage. “All of my waking hours are pretty much spent on the march right now,” Harb said. “I’m in class and all I do in class in march stuff. I was in Spanish yesterday depositing $10,000 in our bank account.” Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Casey Sherman spends most of her time in class working on a sister march in Parkland, where they’re expecting more than 20,000 people. She and fellow students successfully petitioned city commissioners to get permits and she’s learned about sponsorships and tax exemptions for charitable groups. “Every day it’s kind of cool because I’m learning things I don’t learn in school,” the 17-year-old said. Broward County Property Appraiser Marty Kiar helped the students navigate local government but credited the rest to them, saying “I’ve never seen anybody be able to bring so many stakeholders together in such a short period of time.” Riley Helberg, a 14-year-old freshman at Crescenta Valley High School, said the Los Angeles march could eclipse the Women’s March there with more than 100,000 expected, along with a performance from singer Charlie Puth. In New York, 17-year-old Winter Minisee, who spearheaded the student walkouts, dismissed criticisms that the teens don’t have the credentials to change laws. “Historically youth have led all the major movements in America, whether it was the civil rights movements, whether it was the movement against the Vietnam war,” Minisee said. The ultimate goal, the students said, is to harness the support into actual voters, with their sights set on November’s midterms. “The high-schoolers and the college students are sick of this normalcy in this environment that we live in where we have to live with mass shootings and code red drills,” said Alex Wind, a junior at Stoneman Douglas.

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