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Elburn businessman sues County Board chairman

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KANE COUNTY—An Elburn resident filed an injunction against Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay regarding pay raises given out to county officials.

James MacRunnels, an Elburn businessman and Kane County Board chairman candidate in 2008, filed the injunction on Dec. 14.

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Knights use last-second heroics for win

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DEKALB—Kaneland boys basketball had a sense of the moment on Friday night in Barb-ville.

It’s the last moment that counted the most.

A basket by Chaon Denlinger just before the buzzer sounded took KHS to a 49-47 win over DeKalb on Friday.

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Lady Knights drop meeting with Dixon

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KANELAND—A crossover contest with Dixon provided a frigid result as winter approached for Lady Knights girls basketball on Saturday night.

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Grapplers take on four squads tough week

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KANELAND—While Kaneland wrestling has nabbed some nice individual wins lately, the dual meet results that are desired are harder to come by.

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SG clown ministry gives back to both fellow clowns, community

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SUGAR GROVE—The United Methodist Church in Sugar Grove boasts a “clown ministry” that pools a portion of its earnings each year to provide clown-training scholarships for people in the community.

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Acosta marks 1st year as chief

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MAPLE PARK—This month marks the end of the first year of Maple Park Police Chief Mike Acosta’s service with the Police Department, and at the Dec. 7 Maple Park Village Board meeting, Acosta reported that all of his goals were achieved.

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DeKalb hands Kaneland grapplers Thursday loss

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KANELAND—It’s unfortunate that the Kaneland wrestling squad ran into DeKalb on Thursday evening in Barb-ville, because lately DeKalb’s been running over everyone.

In a Northern Illinois Big XII matchup, DeKalb subdued Kaneland by a 39-27 score in a dual, dropping the Knights to 2-5.

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Knights block Spartans, Royals

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ANELAND—Going 5-for-7 in any sport has to be considered a good start.

After a loss nine days ago to Glenbard South, it seems like Kaneland boys hoops has every intention of extending the good start as long as possible.

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KHS girls hold off Sycamore, lose to Barbs

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KANELAND—Call it Rivalry Week.

The Lady Knights unit from Kaneland took to the court against familiar opponents in a new Northern Illinois Big XII setting, and split their two contests.

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Kaneland High School rises up with fall sports awards

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KANELAND—It was time to think warmer thoughts at Kaneland High School, as Friday had the release of the Kaneland High School Fall Sports Awards.

The awards were announced at this late date due to the postseason success of the football squad.

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Manitoba hockey team has case of the SWEATTS

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ROSEMONT, Ill.—Look a little close to see which team is the home favorite.
On Nov. 30, the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League took the Allstate Arena ice for the 24th time in the 2010-11 season, but it wasn’t against an ordinary opponent.

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Wrestling earns win over T.F South

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KANELAND—On the first weekend of the season with tangible snow on the ground, the Knight wrestlers made opponent T.F. South feel like an ill-equipped car—no traction.

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