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Military film features former KHS athlete

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It’s unlikely that any young boy hoping to someday become a soldier is also dreaming of someday appearing in a U.S. Department of Defense video, but that’s exactly what happened to former Maple Park resident Shaun Kramer.

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Summer reading can reap rewards

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ELBURN—Reading has many benefits, from enjoyment to education, but the Town & Country Public Library is offering even more rewards for participants in Scare Up A Good Book.

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Expert advice for the beginning gardener

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Illinois has the perfect climate for not only flower gardens, but for vegetable gardens too. This is because the area gets enough precipitation throughout the year to moisten the soil, which is perfect for the growth and development of plants, Laura Widhalm, Kaneland High School horticulture teacher, said.

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All-WSC, team awards handed out at KHS

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KANELAND—Kaneland High School dished out end of the year and spring speason sports awards last week.

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John Stewart will have new principal

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ELBURN—John Stewart Elementary School in Elburn will have a new principal for the 2010-11 school year, seven-year district employee Laura Garland. Garland said she plans to follow the current principal’s example of community involvement and commitment to student learning, she said.

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Knights boys track makes mark on Charleston

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Followers of KHS track maybe have seen a boys track roster for the ages in 2010.
Actually, judging by the second-place team finish at Friday and Saturday’s Class 2A Boys Track State Finals at Eastern Illinois University, there’s no “may” about it.

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