Results from the Tuesday, April 5, 2011 election.
See Elburn resident Andrew Fuller compete on “Jeopardy” on April 18, at 3:30 p.m., Channel 7 ABC
KANELAND—All things artistic will be on display during the 12th annual Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival on Sunday, April 10.
KANELAND—With a mostly new lineup, one could be wary of how the offensive skills would come together for the KHS soccer group.
KANELAND—March 17 was a joyous celebration of the arts—not only for the state of Illinois, but arts in the Kaneland School District.
On March 17, the Maple Park Police Department visited a first-grade class at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary School in Elburn.
SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College earned Tree Campus USA recognition for its dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship.
MONTGOMERY—On March 17, the North Central Narcotics Task Force (NCNTF) concluded a two-month undercover investigation into illegal drug distribution with the arrests of Ronne McLarrin, 37, and Thomas Skowronski, 19, both of Montgomery.
KANELAND—Here comes Lady Knights track.
If the early practice sessions and indoor season were any indicator, many a girl in KHS garb will be finishing quite well in 2011 races.
KANELAND—Some talented players at key positions and the last-ever Western Sun Conference regular season title made for some good memories for Kaneland baseball in 2010.
KANELAND—It was a high ceiling for Kaneland High School boys track in 2010, and by the end of the season in Charleston, Ill., it turned into a celebration.
KANELAND—Looks like the younger core of softball players will get a chance to get some more playing time in 2011.
KANELAND—It was a season to remember, and an ending to forget.
Kaneland would love to have the regional championship loss to Rosary High School back. The season which ended at 15-3-5 under soccer coach Scott Parillo and a cohesive senior unit had a chance for redemption in 2011.
The Kaneland McDole Elementary School talent show takes place tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Meet her Friday at Pheasant Run show
Sugar Grove—Local artist Deann Alleman’s backyard is often her muse, where she draws inspiration. She said she is especially affected by the changing seasons.
Three Kaneland High School wrestlers qualified to travel this past weekend to Springfield, Ill. to compete in the Team Illinois Freshman/Sophomore State Championships.
Elburn—Tiny green cabbages, Asian greens, cilantro and other edibles are up and growing this early March at the Erehwon Farm on Hughes Road. The seedlings have taken root under the warming embrace of hoop houses and tender care of owner Tim Fuller.
Student Conductor Aaron Steenwyk leads the the 8th Grade Concert Band to the tune of “Overture Galactica” during the Kaneland Harter Middle School Band concert on Tuesday, March 8.
Elburn troop will be at Jewel-Osco Mar. 12
Elburn—Do you need one last fix of Girl Scout cookies before the drive is over? Don’t wait for a flyer to come out; look to your phone to keep you updated.
5th-grade teacher David Argabright trains with members of the Runners Club at John Stewart Elementary school on Tuesday. The runners are training for the 7th Annual Dewey Dash on Sunday, April 10.