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Snug Hugs for Kids

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Compton knits hats to spread warmth, holiday cheer
Elburn—The holiday season is in full swing, and Sally Compton, 88, is doing her part to spread joy and warmth to kids in need.

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Christmas Stroll trail mix

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Elburn—Join in the community spirit as you hit the trail through downtown Elburn for a mix of fun and food on Friday, Dec. 3.

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Fill up on holiday cheer in Kaneville

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Kaneville is celebrating Christmas with all the delights of the season on Saturday, Dec 4. The village will be alive with food, gifts and entertainment.

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Holiday in the Grove festivities appeal to young, old

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SUGAR GROVE—There are few events as thrilling for a child as that first encounter with Santa Claus. However, most parents, given the choice, would likely rather travel to the actual North Pole than have to tough it out in a mall filled with shoppers who will crush anything (or anyone) standing between them and that last $200 Xbox 360.

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Howland’s run (and bike and swim)

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Kaneland’s Jen Howland, shown here at the ITU World Championship Final Gold Coast in Austrailia last year, has high aspirations for her racing future. Courtesy USA Triathlon

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KHS ends strong at Strombom; begins 2-1

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KANELAND—Kaneland’s boys basketball squad was running and gunning so often on Saturday afternoon in Sycamore, you’d swear they swore off Thanksgiving dinner entirely.

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Kaneland bowlers lose to DeKalb in opener

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KANELAND—With many new faces, KHS bowling is still trying to gel, and still looking for an early win.

In the season opener, Kaneland fell to DeKalb at Mardi Gras Lanes on Tuesday, 3,046-2,314.

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Photo Gallery: Sweatt brothers take on Chicago Wolves

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Elburn natives Bill and Lee Sweatt traveled with their AHL team, the Manitoba Moose, to Chicago to take on the Chicago Wolves at the Allstate Arena Tuesday.

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St. Charles parade honors community leaders

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Elburn resident, Lazarus House founder, named parade Co-Grand Marshal
ST. CHARLES—Darlene Marcusson, Elburn resident, founder and executive director of Lazarus House, as well as Alderwoman Betsy Penny, were named by the Downtown St. Charles Partnership (DSCP) as Co-Grand Marshals for the 2010 Electric Christmas Parade.

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No State Trip for Knights

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Remarkable season for KHS ends in 27-14 loss to Montini
KANELAND—Too many big plays, not enough time to come back from a large deficit, or facing a daunting program looking for a repeat State championship.

Whatever the main reason, it resulted in Kaneland’s season-ending loss at the hands of Lombard’s Montini Catholic High School in a 27-14 affair on Saturday evening.

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Lady Knights (2-1) show grit in IMSA tourney

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AURORA—Slow starts might not be ideal if you’re with Lady Knights basketball, they’ll live with it if it leaves room for mid-game rallies and competent fourth quarters.

Down 16-5 in the second quarter to host Aurora Christian on Friday night, the Lady Knights rallied to take the lead in the second quarter and cut down on mistakes in the second half to swipe a 46-37 result on Friday.

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Photo Gallery: Kaneland 46, ACS 37

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Emily Heimerdinger scored 17 and had 8 rebounds as the Lady Knights defeated Aurora Christian in Aurora as part of the IMSA Tournament. Kaneland sits at 1-1 on the season.
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KHS’ curriculum helps in the long run, depending on how it’s used

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“When will I ever use this?”

The cliched complaint leaves the lips of countless students every day, frustrating teachers as they scramble for a short answer that won’t waste the entire block.

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