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Kaneland elementary school students reveal their costume plans for Halloween 2015 KANELAND—Many things are important in the life of an elementary school student—toys, animals, books, Star Wars and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, maybe even an iPad—but perhaps none more so than their Halloween costume plans. This is the time of year when kids can take… Keep Reading

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SG Herald editorial: Breakfast with Santa? Yes, please!

We’ve received several questions from the public regarding this year’s Holiday in the Grove event and when it will take place. It’s scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Sugar Grove Community House, Kaneland John Shields Elementary School and Sugar Grove United Methodist Church. The festivities will kick off with a beloved classic, “Breakfast with… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: A taste of the Big Apple in Elburn

There’s a new pizza business in Elburn, and we’re “shore” our readers will love it. Shore Louie’s Pizza opened on Oct. 8 at 151 E. Route 38, and it specializes in New York-style thin crust pizza, stromboli, sandwiches and additional Italian-American menu items. The “Louie” in Shore Louie’s Pizza is Louis Cina, an Elburn resident… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: A real Twist on a classic story

“Please, Waubonsee Community College, we want some more!” The above paraphrased line comes from a moment in literature that has endured for over 175 years. And next month, the local community will have an opportunity to catch Waubonsee Community College’s Community Education Department and the Fox Country Players take on the musical based on that… Keep Reading

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EH Editorial: The dawn of a new Kaneland tradition?

We want to remind the Elburn community that Kaneland High School’s 2015 homecoming parade will take place Wednesday, Sept. 30, in downtown Elburn. In terms of event route, the parade will begin at First and Shannon streets, head north on First Street and then east on Prairie Valley Street, concluding at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary… Keep Reading

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Editorial: A community can do great things

One of our front page stories this week involves a community benefit for the Little family of Maple Park, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 19, at Bootlegger’s Bar, Grill and Pizza in Maple Park. The benefit is yet another example of the extraordinary things a community, no matter how big or small, can do… Keep Reading

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SG Editorial: Fourteen years later, the memories remain

It’s hard to believe it’s been 14 years since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. For many (if not all) of us, the images of that day will be forever imprinted in our minds—the World Trade Center towers billowing smoke; the overwhelming effort—and resulting incredible wave of public support and respect—for police and firefighters; the… Keep Reading

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Maple Park Fun Fest a farewell to summer

We’re always excited and yet a little bit sad when Maple Park Fun Fest comes around every Labor Day weekend—excited because we love Fun Fest and all that it offers the local community (really, how can you go wrong with live entertainment, a spacious beer garden and an outstanding fireworks spectacle?); sad because summer’s pretty… Keep Reading

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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 ryanwells@elburnherald.com for ad inquiries. Keep everything civil. Kindness matters. Your News Submit your news today, and it will appear on KanelandPublications.com (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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