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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

An open letter to Rep. Wheeler

An open letter to Rep. Wheeler

by Ryan Wells Owner/publisher, Elburn Herald and Sugar Grove Herald I received an alert from the Illinois Press Association recently, informing me that Gov. Rauner has a potential plan to implement a 6.25 percent sales tax rate on advertising and advertising-related services. I understand that our Governor inherited a horrible mess and that Rep. Wheeler… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Here comes summer reading

Great news, kids: Local libraries this summer will offer their respective take on the summer reading program. All four local libraries—Elburn, Sugar Grove, Maple Park and Kaneville—are in on the reading fun this summer, with programs available to all little bookworms in the Kaneland community. Regardless of where you live, summer-reading fun is always nearby.… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Honor our fallen this Memorial Day

Memorial Day 2015 will take place on Monday, May 25, and there are a number of local opportunities for local residents to honor those who have served and given the ultimate sacrifice for the United States of America and its citizens. Elburn’s annual Memorial Day parade, hosted by American Legion Post 630, will kick off… Keep Reading

Guest Editorial: Why strengthening the Freedom of Information Act is so important

by Caroline H. Little President and CEO, Newspaper Association of America President Barack Obama has routinely promised greater transparency within the federal government. Now, Congress is making strides towards achieving this critical goal. The House of Representatives and Senate are currently considering nearly identical bills to strengthen the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which provides… Keep Reading

Editorial: Remembering Bob

We were saddened to learn of Sugar Grove village trustee Bob Bohler’s passing on Sunday morning. Bohler, 64, brought a lifetime of hard work, respect and dignity to the village—as a resident, community and public servant—and there is no doubt that Sugar Grove is a better place because of him. Elected to the Village Board… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Rewarding those who do as Louise Cooper did

We annually award the Louise Cooper Community Service Award scholarship to a Kaneland High School senior or a graduate enrolled in college undergrad programs. This year, the group of applicants was so strong, we had no choice but to award two Louise Cooper scholarships. The recipients will be named during Kaneland Senior Honors Night on… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, April 7

If you’ve read our pages the past two weeks, you’re aware of the fact that the Kaneland community is in the thick of several contested races, including Elburn and Kaneville village boards, Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District Board, Waubonsee Community College (WCC) Board, and last but not least, Kaneland School Board. We’ve spent the… Keep Reading

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