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Laura Gampfer FUSE Gym 11-18-15-1
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Editorial: Get in-FUSE-d

We invite our readers this week to check out Elburn Herald reporter Susan O’Neill’s story on FUSE, the latest gym to set up shop in the Elburn area. Located on Herra Street, just off Thyrelius Street, FUSE Gym occupies a two-story, 4,300-square-foot building, and features everything from self-propelled cardio equipment and state-of-the-art heart rate monitors… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Students remain the highest priority for KEA

The members of the Kaneland Education Association (KEA) are committed to creating and maintaining a high-quality education in the schools that serve the students and community in District 302. We understand and recognize the importance and value of high-quality professional educators who strive for success in all students. In approaching these contract negotiations, we have… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: ‘Welcome to the club’

I attended the last District 302 board meeting and spoke my piece about the high costs of property taxes in this county. Coming from DuPage County, I can attest that Kane is much higher, from my perspective. I knew this coming in and felt the charm of the community—more-open living and cheaper home prices—would make… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A letter from Kaneland Superintendent Leden

I am reaching out to you to share some concerns that emerged throughout the day Monday. There has been a rash of vandalism and graffiti at Kaneland High School. This damage has been in a variety of areas inside the building, especially in the boys and girls bathrooms. These markings range from expletives to explicit… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Kaneland Board of Education ‘optimistic’ regarding bargaining

Since March 2015, the Kaneland Board of Education, in cooperation with the Kaneland Education Association (KEA), which represents District 302 certified staff members, has spent nearly 200 hours working to secure a fair and fiscally responsible contract with our teachers. The last five sessions included a federal mediator. While progress has been made in negotiations… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

Saluting our veterans

We’d like to take a moment to honor and salute our veterans and recognize the amazing holiday that is Veterans Day. We’re obviously not alone when it comes to rampant support of veterans in the Kaneland community, as every school in District 302 on Wednesday held some sort of assembly or ceremony as a salute… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

Saluting those who have served

We’d like to take a moment to honor and salute our veterans as recognize the amazing holiday that is Veterans Day. We’re obviously not alone when it comes to rampant support of veterans in the Kaneland community, as every school in District 302 on Wednesday held some sort of assembly or ceremony as a salute… Keep Reading

Laura Gampfer HMS Kolor Run 10-18-15-1
Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you from Harter Middle School PTO

The Kaneland Harter Middle School PTO would like to thank everyone who came out and attended its second annual Family Kaneland Kolor Fun Run/Walk/Throw event. We had over 100 participants and threw over 125 pounds of colored powder. Everyone had a great time, and the day was perfect. We would like to thank all our… Keep Reading

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Janet Lagerloef

To brine is divine

by Janet Lagerloef Owner, The Catering Gourmets Sugar Grove My catering company has been asked to prepare the feast for Kaneland High School’s Madrigal performances in December, which will total about 700 meals over three evenings. Jane, the owner of Food For Thought in Kaneville, met this challenge for a number of years, but since… Keep Reading

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Tricks & treats

Kaneland elementary school students reveal their costume plans for Halloween 2015 KANELAND—Many things are important in the life of an elementary school student—toys, animals, books, Star Wars and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, maybe even an iPad—but perhaps none more so than their Halloween costume plans. This is the time of year when kids can take… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: We asked and did not receive

I submitted a Letter to the Editor over a week ago about all the nuts driving on Kansas Street in Elburn. We had one afternoon of relief from the nuts who drive up and down our streets, and a police officer did make arrests on the violations I had mentioned in my last article. With… Keep Reading

Events/From the Editor's Desk

SG Herald editorial: Breakfast with Santa? Yes, please!

We’ve received several questions from the public regarding this year’s Holiday in the Grove event and when it will take place. It’s scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Sugar Grove Community House, Kaneland John Shields Elementary School and Sugar Grove United Methodist Church. The festivities will kick off with a beloved classic, “Breakfast with… Keep Reading

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