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Kaneville Fest this weekend

Perhaps you noticed that this week’s issue features three sections as opposed to the usual two. The reason for that is because it’s Kaneville Fest week, and we’ve got a comprehensive 16-page guide to help get you ready for the festivities this weekend. Kaneville Fest 2015 will kick off Thursday, with community garage sales beginning… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: Enjoy Elburn Days this weekend

Beloved and always highly anticipated, Elburn Days will take place this weekend at Elburn Lions Park, 500 Filmore St., Elburn. This year’s Elburn Days festival will mark the 86th edition of the event. You can’t host 86 events without becoming a storied, rich tradition, and that is exactly what Elburn Days has become since its… Keep Reading

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Submit your news to our new Community Bulletin Board

Welcome to our community bulletin board, where you run the show. Rules Share news, photos, events and happenings No advertising call us at (630) 365-6446 or email for ad inquiries. Keep everything civil. Kindness matters. Your News Submit your news today, and it will appear on (pending approval). If we really like it, it… Keep Reading

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SGH Guest Editorial: Making a P.A.C.T.

by Shannon Halikias Sugar Grove Library director I had a jaw dropping moment in May, and it made for one of those great days “at the library office” where you feel like giving a small fist pump of victory in the air while saying “Yes!” A gentleman walked into my office to ask me what… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: Blaze of glory

We make it a point at the Elburn Herald to celebrate the career of any local firefighter when they wind down their career toward retirement. We have an opportunity to do just that this week, as Fire Marshal Alan Isberg will call it a career this Friday following 35 years and 10 months of service… Keep Reading

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SG Editorial: Thank you for supporting the Sugar Grove Herald at the Sugar Grove Corn Boil

We want to thank the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Committee, the Sugar Grove community, and our local businesses for their overwhelming support and acceptance at the Sugar Grove Corn Boil Festival, as well as during this past month since the newspaper’s launch. The community’s response to their new hometown newspaper has been overwhelmingly positive during… Keep Reading

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2015 Kaneland Publications survey

To our readers and website visitors, Our mission is to help strengthen the connections within our Kaneland communities. To help us better achieve that mission, we will continually ask for feedback from you, in a variety of forms and on a wide range of topics. We’ve recently made a large number of changes: the launch… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: Handle with care

Elburn Herald reporter Lynn Meredith this week reported on a topic that as of late has received much attention locally: senior care. We took a look at Rachel’s Day Services in Aurora, where adults who require special care can go during the day, and the Active Adult Senior Center in Sandwich. Both care services fall… Keep Reading

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SH Editorial: Congratulations to Bob

We’d like to offer our congratulations to former village trustee Bob Bohler and his family in recognition of Bob receiving the 2015 Corn Boil Citizen of the Year Award. Bob, as many of you know, was an integral part of the community, and had a big hand in making the Corn Boil the great event… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: In honor of Clara

The Elburn and Countryside Community Center on July 16 held a special ceremony and dedication to honor one of Elburn’s most beloved figures, Clara Stonecipher. Stonecipher, who passed away at the age of 98 on Oct. 28, 2014, was a pillar in the Elburn community and the driving force behind the Elburn and Countryside Community… Keep Reading

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SH Editorial: Sugar Grove needs your input

One of our biggest goals as a publication is to ensure that our villages are effectively communicating with their residents, and vice-versa. This week’s Sugar Grove Herald features a story in which the village, in partnership with Kane County, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the Illinois Tollway, invites its residents to attend an… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: Station to station

A big part of our role as a community publication involves balancing the history and tradition of the Kaneland area with the excitement, anticipation and intrigue that almost always accompanies new construction. This week, we take a look at the ongoing work and construction involved with Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District’s new fire station,… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Embarking on something new and wonderful

The Fourth of July holiday in many ways signifies the birth of something new; something inspired. Chief among what was created the day the Declaration of Independence was adopted: the commitment to serve and represent the public to the best of its ability. In a modest manner of speaking, we believe this inaugural Sugar Grove… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Get ready to chowdown, Elburn

The stretch of time between the Fourth of July and Labor Day is a long, hot one around these parts, but we have a solution for your mid-summer boredom: the second annual Elburn Chowdown. This year’s Chowdown event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 12, outside of the Community… Keep Reading

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