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Letters to the Editor

Letter: In support of Kane County Coroner Russell

Prior to the changing of the office of coroner nearly four years ago, Kane County residents read headline after headline involving problems with the Kane County Coroner’s office and its operations. Whether these problems were perception or reality, it became apparent to those following the matter that the office of coroner was in dire need… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

Editorial: A community can do great things

One of our front page stories this week involves a community benefit for the Little family of Maple Park, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 19, at Bootlegger’s Bar, Grill and Pizza in Maple Park. The benefit is yet another example of the extraordinary things a community, no matter how big or small, can do… Keep Reading

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SG Editorial: Fourteen years later, the memories remain

It’s hard to believe it’s been 14 years since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. For many (if not all) of us, the images of that day will be forever imprinted in our minds—the World Trade Center towers billowing smoke; the overwhelming effort—and resulting incredible wave of public support and respect—for police and firefighters; the… Keep Reading

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Help a family that has given so much

The Maple Park Family Fund represents small-town living at its finest. For 23 years, the Family Fund has hosted fundraisers every Christmas to help less-fortunate local residents. Though many people work together to make the Maple Park Family Fund a success, Julie Little has been its driving force every year since its inception. The Little… Keep Reading

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Remembering Sept. 11, 2001

That day 14 years ago was just like any other Tuesday, Blue sky and people going about their daily lives. Then the unthinkable happened: aircraft were used as weapons that snuffed out thousands of lives in a heartbeat. New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa., all felt the immediate impact of those aircraft crashing.… Keep Reading

Janet Lagerloef

Jerry’s fleet of grills

by Janet Lagerloef Owner, The Catering Gourmets Sugar Grove During his senior year at the University of Illinois—and shortly before we met—my husband Jerry moved into a tiny top-floor apartment in Urbana, Ill. He soon realized he had nowhere to set up his Smokey Joe Weber grill, which for him was an emergency. But he… Keep Reading

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Maple Park Fun Fest a farewell to summer

We’re always excited and yet a little bit sad when Maple Park Fun Fest comes around every Labor Day weekend—excited because we love Fun Fest and all that it offers the local community (really, how can you go wrong with live entertainment, a spacious beer garden and an outstanding fireworks spectacle?); sad because summer’s pretty… Keep Reading

Community Corner

Community Corner: The mystery of migration

by Donna Tate Fox Valley Wildlife Center As the last hazy days of summer prepare to clothe themselves in the bright hues of fall, many birds ready themselves for a yearly journey to warmer climates and more abundant food supplies. While migration is still not completely understood, we do know that a combination of factors… Keep Reading


Kaneville Fest this weekend

Perhaps you noticed that this week’s issue features three sections as opposed to the usual two. The reason for that is because it’s Kaneville Fest week, and we’ve got a comprehensive 16-page guide to help get you ready for the festivities this weekend. Kaneville Fest 2015 will kick off Thursday, with community garage sales beginning… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A thank you to Elburn Days parade organizers

I would like to thank Elburn Days Parade Chairman John VanBogart and his entire team that assembled and conducted another successful Elburn Days Parade. The weekend is all about the spirit of Elburn and its residents, along with thousands of visitors. A great time was had by so many. Lion Mike Stoffa Past president, parade… Keep Reading

Community Corner

Community Corner: Is bottled water better than tap water?

by Jennifer Jarland Coordinator, Kane County Recycles In the midst of festival season, I see so many water bottles littering the streets and parks, stuffed to overflowing in trash cans and recycling cans throughout the city. I look down at my ever-present refillable metal water bottle and wonder, why don’t more people use refillable bottles?… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: Enjoy Elburn Days this weekend

Beloved and always highly anticipated, Elburn Days will take place this weekend at Elburn Lions Park, 500 Filmore St., Elburn. This year’s Elburn Days festival will mark the 86th edition of the event. You can’t host 86 events without becoming a storied, rich tradition, and that is exactly what Elburn Days has become since its… Keep Reading

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