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Soup’s on

For years it was our goal to feature a food-oriented column in the Elburn Herald, and we spent many company meetings kicking around ideas such as a dining review, weekly cooking recipes and even a Q&A with a local chef. None of the above suggestions panned out, obviously. It’s a conflict of interest for us… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Give life by donating blood

If one of your 2015 New Year’s resolutions was to help people and be a better person, we know of a way you can put check marks on both items. And in one fell swoop, no less. The Elburn Fire Department will host a blood drive on Saturday, Jan. 17, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Help from the community

If you’re a frequent reader of the Elburn Herald, you’re no stranger to Elburn resident Meagan Seals, who was born in November 2009 with the rare conditions encephalocele microcephaly, anecephaly and lissencephaly (translation: she was born with the main part of her brain missing, and she has a rare formation of the brain, making it… Keep Reading

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Kids say the darndest things

We usually jump at any available chance to feature Kaneland-area youngsters in the Elburn Herald, as it never ceases to amaze us just how aware and enlightened kids are today. So when we came up with an idea last month to print New Year’s resolutions submitted to us by Kaneland elementary schoolers, well, we could… Keep Reading

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Top 10 stories from 2014 on ElburnHerald.com

Our most-viewed stories of 2014 Tragedy and new beginnings dominated our 2014 top-ten most-viewed stories on ElburnHerald.com. The list is quite diverse in terms of specific topic, but the common theme remains: the Kaneland community is all about the people that live here. Seven of the top 10 stories are about a specific person. Keep Reading

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Happy Holidays from the Elburn Herald

As the holidays draw near, and another year draws nearer to a close, we want to use this space to wish the Kaneland community and everyone else a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. From fabulously-lit Christmas homes to Christmas kettles and local holiday gathering and events, no community does Christmastime quite like this one,… Keep Reading

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Community comes through for Elburn resident

We featured a story last week detailing the theft of a Christmas light projector from Elburn resident Frances Kitz, and the special meaning the device holds for Frances and her family. Our initial hope upon running the story was that a local resident would come forth with some information regarding the whereabouts of the projector.… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Community helped make Jinglepalooza a success

We want to thank the community for their attendance and support of the Elburn and Countryside Community Center’s first annual Jinglepalooza event, held Friday evening. The Elburn Herald has hosted its annual Candyland event—in which we create a life-sized Candyland game for area kids and those who are kids at heart—for 18 years. Up until… Keep Reading

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Send us your Elf on the Shelf photos

Each December, countless households celebrate the upcoming Christmas holiday by taking in a cute little elf. He’s not just any elf, however—he’s the Elf on the Shelf. And his sole purpose is to spy on children (on their parents’ behalf, of course) and make sure they’re behaving and deserving of the presents Santa Claus will… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Let’s get ready to Jinglepalooza

Those in attendance last Saturday for the Elburn Christmas Stroll might have noticed that the Elburn and Countryside Community Center was absent from this year’s downtown event. Fans of the Community Center’s Stroll activities in year’s past can breathe a sigh of relief, however, as the center will host its inaugural Jinglepalooza event on Friday,… Keep Reading

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Yes, we know

Our website has been struggling lately! It’s not you, it’s us. While we continue to sort it out, here are some PDF versions of our most recent issue: Nov. 27, 2014 Section A Nov. 27, 2014 Section B Keep Reading

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Editorial: From the classroom to the newsroom

by Madeline Mohatt and Shannon Gilkey Kaneland Krier staff As staff members of the Kaneland Krier, the chance to spend a day shadowing the staff of the Elburn Herald was a great way to expand our knowledge as student journalists. On Nov. 11, we took over the Elburn Herald newsroom. In the midst of invasion,… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Helping one of our own during a time of need

Like many of you, we received news late last week that Kaneville Village President Pat Hill is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. This week, Elburn Herald reporter Susan O’Neill spoke with the Kaneville community to get a better sense of the next steps in Hill’s fight against her cancer. Meanwhile, the next step on… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Oh, look: some good news

We’d like to take a moment and step away from the ongoing story involving the Nov. 4 Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District disconnection referendum to focus, albeit briefly, on some local news. Elburn recently saw the addition of not just one, but two coffee shops. The first coffee shop, The Corner Grind, held its… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Have your say on Nov. 4

As you likely know, our Letter to the Editor section this month has served primarily as an outlet for local residents to weigh in on a fire district disconnection referendum that will appear on the Nov. 4 General Election ballot. On that day, voters in the northeast section of the Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Celebrate with some Class in a Glass

Declining temperatures notwithstanding, October is typically an excellent month for local weekend activities and fundraisers. So if you’re looking for something fun to do on Saturday, Oct. 11, consider “classing” things up with a trip to the inaugural Class in a Glass wine-tasting event from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Elburn and Countryside Community… Keep Reading

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Celebrate the second annual Kindness in Kaneland Week

Last fall, we helped announce the creation of Kindness in Kaneland Week—seven days of programs and celebration meant to promote friendship, respect, happiness and, most important, anti-bullying, in the Kaneland community. The collaboration between organizers and the Kaneland School District was unquestionably a success, as it helped put forth a message that went above and… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Get an early jump on the holiday spirit

The month of October is hardly an appropriate time to discuss anything related to Christmas (are you listening, Wal-Mart?). Nevertheless, we want to mention that a fundraiser for Sugar Grove’s Holiday in the Grove 2014 will take place later today. The pork chop/chicken dinner, catered by 5-B’s, is available from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in… Keep Reading

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