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Letters to the Editor

Letter: A thank you to Kaneland community

On behalf of the staff and students of Kaneland High School, we would like to thank the Kaneland community for its support of our fabulous Homecoming week. With the help of many, we were able to show off our Knight pride with Paint the Town, spirit week, assemblies, the Powder Puff game and our inaugural… Keep Reading

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Letter: Looking out for local taxpayers

It is now mid-October, and the taxpayer citizens of Elburn and Blackberry Township are still locked in what is now a five-month battle with the Kane County Forest Preserve District over taxation rights to the 18-acre Patten rental property at 101 S. Main St. (Route 47). More properly, the question is, “Should the property remain… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: A taste of the Big Apple in Elburn

There’s a new pizza business in Elburn, and we’re “shore” our readers will love it. Shore Louie’s Pizza opened on Oct. 8 at 151 E. Route 38, and it specializes in New York-style thin crust pizza, stromboli, sandwiches and additional Italian-American menu items. The “Louie” in Shore Louie’s Pizza is Louis Cina, an Elburn resident… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you to blood donors

We would like to thank the following people for helping make the Elburn area blood drive a success: Robert Weinhofen, Gordon Hoffman, LeRoy Bubser, Ken Gustafson, Connie Hodson, Rebecca Hale, Barbara Blank, Arthur Anderson, Steven Schramm, Diane Bergquist, Bruce Alderman, Donna Baughman, Robert Biddle, Marilyn Swift, Jonathan Harley, Wesley Anderson, Timothy Hylland, John Anderson, Larry… Keep Reading

Janet Lagerloef

Grazie, Chef Roberto

by Janet Lagerloef Owner, The Catering Gourmets Sugar Grove As I write this, my husband Jerry and I are staying with three other couples in the quaint village of Barbarano in northern Italy. The farmers harvest grapes here like we harvest corn and beans in the U.S. Olive groves stretch for miles, and believe it… Keep Reading

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Letter: Thank you from the Elburn Fire Department

The Elburn Fire Department would like to thank the community for the generous support of our second annual pancake breakfast fundraiser on Sept. 20. The proceeds will all go to the Elburn Food Pantry and Conley Outreach. We would like to thank all the businesses who donated goods for our event, raffles and placemat, as… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you to food donors

In the spirit of donating local, it was decided for this year’s Elburn Days Parade that we would ask non-profit organizations in the parade to donate money to local food pantries. The following organizations were nice enough to donate: Lord of Life Church, Kaneland Youth Softball, Kaneland Varsity Softball team, Kaneland High School Poms and… Keep Reading

Events/From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: A real Twist on a classic story

“Please, Waubonsee Community College, we want some more!” The above paraphrased line comes from a moment in literature that has endured for over 175 years. And next month, the local community will have an opportunity to catch Waubonsee Community College’s Community Education Department and the Fox Country Players take on the musical based on that… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: The dawn of a new Kaneland tradition?

We want to remind the Elburn community that Kaneland High School’s 2015 homecoming parade will take place Wednesday, Sept. 30, in downtown Elburn. In terms of event route, the parade will begin at First and Shannon streets, head north on First Street and then east on Prairie Valley Street, concluding at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary… Keep Reading

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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