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Editorial: School’s out … for winter?

The month of January is when students are supposed to return to school and begin their second semester, not enjoy multiple four-day weekends almost immediately following the conclusion of Christmas break. Yet that’s exactly what has happened this winter, thanks to two separate cold fronts that have turned the Kaneland community, its surrounding areas and… Keep Reading

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Guest Editorial: Tips for protecting your identity, money

by Harold Valentine, News and Experts At least 110 million consumers were affected by the recent hack involving Target and Neiman Marcus retailers. Whether or not millions more will have their identities manipulated and finances ruined within the coming months due to more breaches of security at other stores is anyone’s guess, says identity theft… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Kindness Campaign events continue in 2014

We used editorial space last fall to preview Kindness in Kaneland (KIK) Week, as well as Kindness Campaign 2013 activities. And now that 2014 has officially arrived, we’d like to shed some light on the Kindness Campaign’s upcoming fundraisers and activities. First off is the revival of Friday Knightlife, which began last week and will… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Here’s to a healthy, happy 2014

We used much of last week’s issue of the Elburn Herald to allow local elected officials to reflect on what their respective municipality achieved in the year 2013. This week, we’re featuring the same elected officials as they project what’s in store for their respective municipality in the upcoming year, as well as any and… Keep Reading

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The most wonderful time of the year

Christmastime. It’s the season when we celebrate friends and family, gifts and tasty desserts, freezing weather and ugly holiday sweaters. It’s the season where we take a moment to reflect on the year as it comes to an end, and begin to make plans so that we can better ourselves in the new year. It’s… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Christmas joy through giving a toy

We often hear about the spirit of Christmas and how it’s better to give than to receive. However, in today’s world of Black Friday punchout sales, an overflowing marketplace of technological gadgets and “hot Christmas gifts of the season,” and those obnoxious commercials featuring overpriced “luxury” automobiles wrapped with a big bow, it’s so easy… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Thank you for supporting local Christmas events

No one does a Christmas celebration quite like the Kaneland community, and last weekend gave us a chance to experience holiday excitement and cheer via Elburn’s Christmas Stroll, Sugar Grove’s Holiday in the Grove, Kaneville’s Christmas in Kaneville and Maple Park’s Make and Take event. All four events were spectacular (as usual), but what really… Keep Reading

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What we’re thankful for this Thanksgiving

It’s officially that time of year again. Thanksgiving. It’s a time when we cut the work week short (or nix it entirely), load up on mass doses of turkey, football and shopping (preferably in that order), and then conclude festivities by breaking out the Christmas decorations and erecting a freshly-cut Christmas tree (or a fake… Keep Reading

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Editorial: Thank you, veterans

It’s an age-old question: what would you do for your country? How far would you be willing to go to ensure the United States’ safety and prosperity? How much is your freedom worth to you? Honestly, those are questions many of us won’t ever have to seriously consider—as non-military, it’s unlikely we’ll be asked to… Keep Reading

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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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