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Community Corner

The spirit of giving at the library

by Shannon Halikias Library director, Sugar Grove Public Library The spirit of giving is alive and well at the Sugar Grove Library in actions and deeds. This month we are collecting non-perishable items for Between Friends Food Pantry of Sugar Grove. Patrons may freely donate, or we will waive $1 in fines for every quality… 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

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you to food drive contributors

On behalf of the Board of Directors and the volunteer staff of the Elburn and Countryside Food Pantry, we want to sincerely thank the Elburn Fire Department for having a food drive at Elburn Jewel-Osco on Nov. 18 to support the Elburn Food Pantry. We received a huge amount of food when it was needed… Keep Reading

Community Corner

Performing Arts Boosters give thanks

by Denise Blaszynski President, Kaneland Performing Arts Boosters Often overshadowed by turkey, pumpkin pie and watching football, taking time to reflect on why we’re thankful is truly the meaning of Thanksgiving. The moment that Thanksgiving ends, the frenzy for holiday shopping begins and we forget why we are thankful. The Kaneland Performing Arts Boosters is… 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

Community Corner

Stepping into the light of Sugar Grove

by Shannon Halikias, Sugar Grove Public Library director Stepping into a new library directorship means entering a rapid learning process. A new director has to acclimate to a new community and its history, learn a unique collection, and sometimes tackle substantial administrative or financial issues. Usually this process includes meeting multiple pressing deadlines, and a… 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

Letters to the Editor

Letter: An invitation to the School Board

I am writing this as an invitation to the School Board to stop by and visit the Transportation building. This is a building that hasn’t changed since the 1960s. Currently, we have one bathroom with four stalls and one small sink, all for over 60 employees. Our seating area is roughly 300 square feet—about the… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you from Keith Wheeler and family

Lisa and I, along with our entire family, are truly grateful for the support we received on Nov. 4. Our campaign theme of creating Illinois Jobs for Illinois Families resonated with voters all throughout the 50th Representative District. As a result, I am honored by the confidence that my neighbors demonstrated by electing me as… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you from Valerie Burd

I want to thank all the people who helped me during this long year of campaigning, and all the people who voted for me on Nov. 4. Although I didn’t win the election, I did win in many other ways—I made new friends, I learned a lot from all the people I talked to as… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you from Elburn & Countryside Fire District

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the residents who voted against disconnecting and transferring territory from the Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District (ECFPD) on Nov. 4. The ECFPD has served and protected the lives and property of all our residents for over 132 years, and we appreciate your confidence… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A response to a previous letter

Mr. Jerry Elliott often writes inflammatory Letter to the Editor submissions to share his concerns about the management of Kaneland CUSD 302, but he regularly includes erroneous information. This is unfortunate because it can mislead district stakeholders, suggesting reckless mismanagement of funds. Nothing is further from the truth. This letter is in response to Mr.… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Kaneland School Board raising taxes

I had the pleasure of attending the Kaneland District 302 School Board meeting on Oct. 27. The meeting started on time at 7 p.m. sharp, with several people in attendance. Pictures of student athletic participation, pictures of Europe with Kaneland High School students, criteria for selecting a new superintendent and school improvement plans were presented,… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Fox River’s math just doesn’t add up

Because of the Nov. 4 referendum, the recently formed Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District has been spending a lot of time defending their Fire District in the press. In one of their letters, they stated that “change tends to bring out strong emotion.” They are correct—change can be quite emotional, especially when that change… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: In response to a previous letter

I have made numerous attempts to contact Ms. Denise Klock in regard to her allegations of response times leading to “needless property loss and death.” Due diligence to substantiate her claims have included attempts to contact her by phone, email and certified mail. Certified mail receipt indicates she picked up the letter on Oct. 22.… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A puzzle that matters

The fire disconnection referendum on the Nov 4 ballot poses a bit of a puzzle, i.e. a “financial aptitude test,” if you will. The issue presents an optical illusion where a proposed change may look smaller or better than it actually is. On the one hand, people of the Elburn area have folks from outside… Keep Reading

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