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Sluggers trounce Rochelle, vanquish DeKalb

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More action for State champs includes two setbacks
KANELAND—If only the Kaneland Knights could put up double-figure run totals in every contest.

While they enjoyed wins over conference rivals, the Knights could have used them in two losses this past week.

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Heartburn for life

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Kaneland grad’s comedy troupe—Acid Reflux—performs for Relay for Life
KANELAND—To say that Bryan Renaud is familiar with the Kaneland community would be an understatement—he has resided in Elburn, Kaneville and Sugar Grove during his lifetime.

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Girls Track sees exceptional totals at Holmes Meet

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KANELAND—It took barely any time for Lady Knights girls track to get acclimated to the outdoor competition.

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Knights baseball brings firepower vs. Dukes, Hubs

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KANELAND—Dixon’s baseball field is somewhat secluded, and surrounded by tall trees.

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Boys track feels outdoorsy at E. Moline

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Knights also earn dual win vs. Spartans
KANELAND—How do you deal with boys track giants from the Quad Cities area along with other very talented outfits?

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Keep the money in town

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MAPLE PARK—After a grand opening Saturday, Last Chance Auto Sales, a used car business located in Maple Park, officially opened its doors for business on Monday.

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Former Elburn man pleads guilty to beating toddler

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KANE COUNTY—A former Elburn man has pleaded guilty to severely beating a toddler in a St. Charles hotel room while high on heroin in October 2010.

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KHS softball on tear after Tenn. trip

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Stellar pitching keys additional wins over Sandwich, Morris
KANELAND—If you thought the method for getting a softball season out of an early funk was going to the state of Tennessee, then you’re stealing the Lady Knights softball team’s way of doing things.

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Sheriff’s Office demonstrates drug dog searches for KHS students

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KANELAND—A K-9 unit from the Kane County Sheriff’s Office demonstrated how drug searches are conducted for contemporary health classes at Kaneland High School on March 7.

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Eagle Scouts in abundance in Big Rock Troop 19

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Big Rock—Sam Kimpan, 18-year-old Big Rock Boy Scout Troop 19 member, is the most recent in his Troop to earn the rank of Eagle Scout.

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Family cooking comes to Prairie Valley

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ELBURN—After a year and a half located at the corner of Route 47 and Main Street Road, next to the Blackberry Inn, Chico’s Tacos moved into the Prairie Valley Center in Elburn out of necessity.

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Raffling relief for Southern Illinois tornado victims

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Kaneville store plans raffle for Southern Illinois tornado victims
KANEVILLE—Pat Hill’s fundraising effort for families affected by the tornado that ripped through Southern Illinois on Feb. 29 began with a collection jar on the checkout counter of her business, Hill’s Country Store in Kaneville.

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A different type of approach

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Local chiropractor offers alternative to meds for ADHD
ELBURN—John, an area 12-year-old, has been battling a diagnosis of moderate-to-severe Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) since he was 5 years old.

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Two out of three ain’t bad

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Wins over BC, Marmion make diamond less rough
KANELAND—An season-opening loss wasn’t ideal, but soon after, Kaneland baseball acted and played like the champions they were against hosts Burlington Central and Marmion.

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