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Encyclopedia > Medinah, Illinois

Medinah is an unincorporated community in DuPage County, Illinois situated between the villages of Roselle, Illinois and Itasca, Illinois. DuPage County is a county located in the state of Illinois. ... Roselle is a village located in both Cook County and DuPage County, Illinois. ... Itasca is a village located in DuPage County, Illinois. ...

Medinah is home to the Medinah Country Club, which hosted the PGA US Open in 1990, 1975, 1949, 1946, and 1937. Medinah also hosted the 1999 PGA Championship. Categories: Sports stubs | Golf associations | Golf terminology ...

Medinah School District 11, an elementary school district, is headquartered in Roselle, but has two schools in Medinah. They are Medinah Intermediate School and Medinah Primary School.

The Metra Milwaukee District West commuter railroad line has a station in Medinah. Metra is Chicagolands commuter rail system, serving over 200 stations on eleven lines across the Regional Transportation Authoritys (RTAs) six-county service area. ...

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  • Medinah Country Club
  • Metra

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