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Elburn native earns rowing scholarship to D-1 school

ELBURN—Kylen Patterman is new to the University of Louisville’s rowing team, but she’s one of the most experienced rowers on the team. The 2008 Kaneland graduate rowed for three years on a club team at Grand Valley State before graduating early with a degree in anthropology—and getting snatched up by the Louisville Cardinals. “We had… Keep Reading


First physical therapy clinic for Elburn

ELBURN—Accelerated Physical Therapy, located on the northeast corner of Route 47 and Route 38, is the first physical therapy clinic to open in Elburn. Rich DeCarlo, facility manager and physical therapist, said that his company, Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers, saw the need for a therapy clinic in Elburn. “There are clinics on Randall Road and in… Keep Reading


Village forming Economic Development Commission

ELBURN—Elburn Village President Dave Anderson on Tuesday offered seven individuals for appointment to the newly-formed Economic Development Commission, but the board will wait to vote on their approval until a few changes are made in the criteria. With a renewed focus on economic development within the village, the commission was created to assist the village… Keep Reading


3 teens taken into custody, released to parents

KANELAND—Three 13-year-old boys were taken into custody on Friday afternoon when police responded to a report of someone armed with a firearm and wearing body armor seen near Kaneland John Stewart Elementary School just after school let out. A school bus driver had noticed a “suspicious looking person” near the corn field near the school… Keep Reading

1.Tyler Strom & Jacalyn Tarr from Strom Family Farm

Elburn couple enjoy fruits (and vegetables) of labor

ELBURN—Carol Clulow has a spot she aims to frequent once a week to get fresh produce to take home. Clulow, an Elburn resident, goes to the Strom Family Farm veggie stand in Elburn. “It’s organic, for one,” Clulow said of the veggie stand. “And it’s local. I am interested in supporting local farmers.” Tyler Strom,… Keep Reading


Bench trial set for massage parlor owner, proprietor

ELBURN—A hearing in Kane County Circuit Court resulted in a bench trial date of Friday, Sept. 13, for the proprietor of Asian Massage & Bodyworks, as well as fines and fees for the property owner. Asian Massage & Bodyworks is located on Route 38, east of Route 47. The village of Elburn on July 2… Keep Reading


New Scouts Roundup meeting set for Sept. 9

ELBURN—For over 80 years, the Cub Scouts have been creating fellowship and fostering personal development in the lives of young boys as a part of the Boy Scouts of America Organization. The Elburn Cub Scouts Pack 107 will join in a new year of celebrating leadership, community and adventure with a New Scouts Roundup meeting… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove resident Joe Crouch got a big surprise when he found out the 2013 Elburn Day’s Car Raffle ticket his wife bought at Lions Park was the winner. Pam Hall and the Lions crew were proud to present Joe with a check for $30,000. Joe decided to go with the money over the Bob Jass Chevrolet Camaro, because he has two children at home.
Photo by Kimberly Anderson

Elburn Days 2013 raffle winners

Sugar Grove resident Joe Crouch got a big surprise when he found out the 2013 Elburn Day’s Car Raffle ticket his wife bought at Lions Park was the winner. Pam Hall and the Lions crew were proud to present Joe with a check for $30,000. Joe decided to go with the money over the Bob… Keep Reading


Elburn employee recognized for her work with the Emerald Ash Borer

ELBURN—Elburn Public Works employee Jenna Cook knows her trees. If you live in Elburn, she knows your trees, too. When the first Emerald Ash Borer was identified in nearby Lily Lake in 2006, Cook attended an emergency meeting on the disease at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Ill. “I’ve had my nose in the books… Keep Reading


Courage abroad

NIU student visits Tanzania, rides Elburn Days Parade float ELBURN—Cory Lipsett’s first trip abroad was startling in two ways: he went to Tanzania, one of the world’s poorest countries, and he went without Ragin, the guide dog he’s taken everywhere since the Elburn Lions’ Leo Club donated the dog to him three years ago. Lipsett,… Keep Reading


Elburn VB passes budget act ordinance

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday passed a budget act ordinance that would allow the village to set aside funds over multiple years for capital expenditures and contingencies. According to Finance Director Doug Elder, the ordinance, which also allows for contingency spending for unplanned, unbudgeted and unexpected expenses, formalizes what the village has been doing… Keep Reading


Board levels playing field for development

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved a reduction in development fees back to 2006 levels for the Blackberry Creek Subdivision. The board took the action, which brings the fees more in line with those recently approved for the Elburn Station development, in order to level the playing field and encourage the build-out of Blackberry… Keep Reading


Elburn Days’ 84th installment a success

ELBURN—Food, fun, music and lots of people are the ingredients that made up last weekend’s 84th annual Elburn Days. David Broz, president of Elburn Lions Club, spoke positively about the festival that is the club’s biggest fundraiser and helps it raise money to benefit the community. “The festival went very well,” Broz said. “We had… Keep Reading


Photos: National Night Out in Elburn

This year’s National Night Out was held at Elburn Lions Park and hosted by the Elburn Police Department and Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District. In attendance were community members, fellow departments, while Boy Scouts volunteered to run the games for the event. Keep Reading

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4-H, bidders donate to Nelson fund

ELBURN—During the 4-H auction at Elburn Days on Sunday, 4-H families Panek and Modaff donated a hog to be auctioned off to help offset medical expenses for Maple Park native Becky Nelson, who was struck by a car in the Cayman Islands on July 1. Nelson, a life-long 4-H’er, is currently in a coma as… Keep Reading


Elburn Days 2013 livestock sale results

ELBURN—The following is a list of results from the Elburn Days 2013 livestock sale: • Grand Champion Market Hog, owned by Tyler Ott, sold for $2.10 a pound at 285 pounds to Pat Winckler • Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, owned by Mitchell Dienst, sold for $1.70 a pound at 273 pounds to Elburn Co-op… Keep Reading


Elburn Days 2013 livestock show trophies

ELBURN—The following 4-H participants received trophies during the Elburn Days 2013 livestock show. • Grand Champion Steer: Maxx Miller (donor: Loren Davis Memorial Trophy) • Reserve Grand Champion Steer: Erin Fidler (donor: Campton Excavating) • Senior Showmanship Beef: Megan Fidler (donor: Don Richards Memorial Trophy) • Junior Showmanship Beef: Jordyn Block (Kleckner Farms) • Grand… Keep Reading


Elburn Days 5K: A family tradition

Jim Varney and his daughter, Sarah Hollister, both of Aurora, had successful days at the 2013 Elburn Days 5k. Varney was the first-place winner in the Male 60 and up division, while Hollister placed second in the Female 39-45 age group. According to Hollister, Varney has run in the Elburn Days 5k nearly every year… Keep Reading

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