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Editorial: Is this a great community or what?

In September and October, we used this editorial space to remind residents about the then-upcoming Becky Nelson fundraiser event in Kaneville, urging them to participate and get in on the fundraising effort regarding Becky’s mammoth hospital bills. Nearly two weeks removed from the “Help Becky Bounce Back” event, we can look back and safely say… Keep Reading

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Guest Editorial: Lead Poisoning Prevention Week seeks healthy future for children

by Tom Schlueter Communications coordinator, Kane County Health Department During National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, currently underway, the Kane County Healthy Places Coalition and the Kane County Health Department is raising awareness of the dangers of lead poisoning. According to the 2010 Illinois Lead Program and Healthy Homes Annual Surveillance Report, Kane County has the… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Make time this Sunday for a great cause

We at the Elburn Herald try out best to avoid repeating ourselves when it comes to the editorial section. But in a month best known for ghosts and goblins, jack-o’-lanterns and scary treats, it’s kindness and compassion that have been the most prominent themes found on our pages this October, partly due to Kindness in… Keep Reading

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Guest Editorial: A letter to District 302 teachers

by Leigh Ann Reusche Co-founder, Kindness Campaign 2013 To all District 302 teachers: The Kindness Campaign wishes to acknowledge and thank each and every one of you for your unwavering commitment to our children. We want to acknowledge the importance the amazing teachers at Kaneland play in the lives of our children. Outside of our… Keep Reading

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Helping Becky bounce back

We reported last month the story of Maple Park native Becky Nelson, who suffered extensive brain trauma and a shattered pelvis when she was struck by a vehicle in the Cayman Islands on July 1. Nelson didn’t have health insurance, and was flown from the Cayman Islands to a Miami hospital before she was finally… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Check out Kaneville Fest this weekend

One of the best things about living in the Kaneland community is that we’re rewarded with three straight weekends of festival entertainment. And following a very fun and very successful Elburn Days fest last weekend, we have Kaneville Fest 2013 to look forward to. On Saturday, Aug. 24, the village of Kaneville will continue making… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Elburn Days week is upon us

Time flies when you’re having fun, huh? It’s already mid-August; Kaneland students go back to school next week; the weather is getting cooler; and football (at every level) is just around the corner. Summer: blink and you’ll miss it. Summer isn’t over just yet, however. In fact, three great local festivals stand between us and… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Take the PEDs out of sports for good

If you’re someone who regularly follows sports, you’re likely familiar with the Ryan Braun fiasco that reached its (likely) conclusion earlier this week. If you’re someone who doesn’t follow sports, well, you’re probably wondering who Braun is and what he did wrong. Braun is a left fielder for Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers, and a… Keep Reading

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Guest Editorial: A return to the garden

by Jill Pertler, Slices of Life columnist The older I get, the more I realize life ebbs and flows like the tide—rising, receding, coming in, going out. What is possible at high tide is impossible at low tide, and so on. This rhythm and change remains with us as we traverse through our days, months,… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Here comes 2013 festival season

It seems like just yesterday we were bidding adieu to a successful, memorable 2012 festival season here in the Kaneland community. It was a farewell to the days of cotton candy and carnivals, bands on the mainstage and vendors lined up for as far as the eye can see. Goodbye summer, hello fall (a season… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Happy Independence Day

The Fourth of July. It’s a holiday that celebrates America’s independence, and it also serves as the ideal time to give in to our pyromaniac tendencies and light off some fireworks (safely, of course). It’s a day to get together with friends and family and suffer through oppressive heat and humidity while enjoying the finer… Keep Reading

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Editorial: ‘Lemonade for life’

by Mark Underwood Neuroscience researcher, president and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience On cold, dreary, overcast days, do you dream about trading the chilly weather for a gorgeous day under azure blue skies and perfect temperatures? That wishful thinking is a positive way to look at the world. The good news is it’s more than wishing… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Summer—84 days and counting

by Jill Pertler Columnist, “Slices of Life” I love being a mom—365 days a year … or nearly that many. Motherhood is a daily (and middle-of-the-nightly) event, but it’s right around this time each year I find myself contemplating the value of my role in providing guidance, direction, leadership and healthy snacks to my children.… Keep Reading

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Editorial: It’s garage sale weekend in Sugar Grove

What really signals the arrival of summer in the Kaneland community? Hot weather and barbecues? Inflated gas prices? The Chicago Cubs officially falling out of postseason contention? All three options are certainly valid, but a more accurate (and certainly more welcome) barometer might be Sugar Grove’s annual community-wide garage sales. Coordinated by the Sugar Grove… Keep Reading

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