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Softball beats Oswego, not fond of BC yardwork

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The Kaneland varsity girls try to figure out a plan during their 10-5 home loss against Burlington Central on March 21. Photo by Patti Wilk

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No Child Left Behind

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KANELAND—Kaneland Superintendent Jeff Schuler said in late January that he wasn’t sure many people thought the No Child Left Behind law, when it was passed in January 2002 …

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Do you hear the people sing?

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Cast members (right) of KHS’ “Les Miserables School Edition” enjoy a toast during dress rehearsal. The show was performed on March 16-18 at the high school auditorium.

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Defending 3A Champs look for precious medals once again
KANELAND—2011 was a summer to remember in the annals of the relatively short history of Kaneland High School baseball.

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Lady Knights track to make most out of depth

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KANELAND—Numbers are down, and the roster no longer includes assets like Andie Strang, Kris Bowen and Brooke Patterson.

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Kaneland softball looks toward captains to right ship

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KANELAND—An 8-1 start a year ago turned into a 14-19 finish for a softball group hoping for bigger things.

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Kaneland soccer hopes to reach beyond Regional

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KANELAND—For the past three seasons, Kaneland girls soccer has made it to heights previously unknown.

Now comes the challenge of kicking even higher.

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Boys track talent factory hopes to pay dividends

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KANELAND—Knights boys track has a storied history and a lot to live up to. In the last couple seasons, the outfit has not disappointed.

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All the right moves under my belt: Learning Self Defense

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MAPLE PARK—On Saturday morning in the Maple Park Community Center gym, I stood in a circle with 35 other women as retired police officer and self-defense prevention specialist Tom Scott called out, “Who has the right to hurt you?” In unison and with gusto we called back, “No one!”

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Maple Park girl rides the Iditarod Trail

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Grandparent gives once-in-a-lifetime gift
MAPLE PARK—Olivia Goodenough, 11-year old Maple Park resident and Kaneland sixth-grader, is an outdoorsy kind of girl, according to her grandfather, Geneva resident Dennis Goodenough.

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KHS hoops squads can brandish honors

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Two first-team All NIB-12 picks for boys, one for girls
KANELAND—It’s as easy as a lay-up to deduce that both KHS basketball programs would get postseason honors to recognize exceptional play and postseason runs.

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Kaneland to perform ‘Les Miserables’

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KANELAND—Kaneland High School’s top-notch vocalists will get a chance to strut their stuff on March 16, 17 and 18 when the auditorium fills with the familiar sounds of the musical “Les Miserables.”

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Knights bounced: E-Rabs’ fourth spells doom for KHS in sectional

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KANELAND—There exists no direct or obvious correlation for higher drama the further you go in the Class 3A boys basketball playoffs.

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Editorial: What does it mean to be a hometown newspaper?

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It means many things, but the overriding aspect of the term is “service.” As a hometown newspaper, it is our responsibility to serve our communities by helping strengthen the many connections that exist in our communities—the connections between residents and each other, their local governments and schools, as well as businesses and the various organizations that exist.

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Boys BB shows playoff hoop skills in win over Spartans

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KANELAND—This has already turned out to be a better postseason than the last for KHS boys hoops.

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