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Letters to the Editor

Letter: The passing of a former county auditor

I was saddened by the recent passing of Jerry Morrow, who was my predecessor as Kane County auditor. I had the opportunity to work as a contractual auditor while county auditor Morrow served as the accountant for Kane County. When Jerry decided to retire as county auditor, he convinced me to seek election as his… Keep Reading

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Letter: A letter from a concerned Kaneland parent

I am a concerned parent of the Kaneland School District. Our kids are about to be locked out of a groundbreaking educational endeavor forever because the School Board won’t act. The Dunham STEM School is a STEM school set up by the Illinois legislature, and only six districts in the entire state have been selected… Keep Reading

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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From meat rocks to a glorious chicken pot pie

by Janet Lagerloef Owner, The Catering Gourmets, Sugar Grove The first dinner I made my husband Jerry was meatballs. “A no-brainer. Who needs a cookbook?” I laughed to myself as I packed super-lean burger into big, tight balls and fried ’em in a flaming hot skillet … for a really long time. By the time… Keep Reading

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Letter: Election law prevails

For the past two years, I have been trying to make a difference in Kaneland School Board governance. I must admit this has been a learning experience and eye-opener for me. I have been a member of the Kaneland Financial Advisory Committee for two years and still don’t have a comfortable understanding of how money… Keep Reading

Community Corner

Community Corner: Find your career path at the library

by Shannon Halikias Sugar Grove Public Library director Over the holidays, I had the occasion to meet a 20-something young man who was confused about what he is actually meant to do with his life. This is not an uncommon condition for many young adults who are looking to find their “next” after graduating from… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

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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Letter: Congratulations to elected Republicans

Congratulations to Governor elect Bruce Rauner, Kane County Sheriff Don Kramer and all other Republican nominees in the 2014 General Election. Incumbents and the other nominees must always strive to serve their constituents. Republican candidates who were not elected in the General Election should continue to support their party and seek public office in the… 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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Thinking of Bob

I wanted to take the time to write these sentiments and make them public. This past week, a dear friend and long-time colleague basically told us goodbye. As difficult as it was for me to hear, I know that it must have been tremendously difficult for him to say. We don’t always know what to… Keep Reading

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Thank you from the Elburn Lions Club

The Elburn Lions Club recently hosted a toy drive to benefit local children, and the response from the community was tremendous. We’d like to express our sincere appreciation to everyone that donated toys, cash, gift wrap, gift tags, ribbon and dental hygiene products, as well as those who assisted in wrapping all the toys. Thank… 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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Column: Family recipes are the best during Christmas time

Photo: Lexi Lagerloef of Glen Ellyn, Ill., and Ansley Ruh of Elburn, love their great-great-grandmother Mina’s sugar cookies. by Janet Lagerloef Owner, The Catering Gourmets, Sugar Grove Born in l880, and raised in Aurora, Margaret “Mina” Lord was my husband’s great grandmother, and a bit Calamity Jane. She could blow anything away—skeet, clay pigeons, bullseyes.… Keep Reading

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Letter: A letter from Maple Park Family Fund Committee

The Maple Park Family Fund Committee would like to share some information with you so you will know what you have helped provide for our families seeking assistance during the holidays and Christmas. • Food from the Maple Park Turkey Drop was shared with 16 families consisting of 96 people total. Each family received two… Keep Reading

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Letter: A letter regarding Kaneland’s tax levy

I wrote my previous Letter to the Editor this time last month. As I was saying then, I continue to request Kaneland School Board and administration to join our other county and local taxation containment programs. It is a well-known fact that our local housing market and business environment is suffering from stagnant-to-declining growth. The… Keep Reading

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Letter: A thank you from Pat Hill

A very special thank you to all who came out to support me and my family at the “Give Back to Pat” benefit fundraiser on Dec. 6. Thank you to all the many sponsors, Kris Weiss and her elite group of volunteers for putting this all together; and Mark, Patti and Linda of Fishermen’s Inn… Keep Reading

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