Riders (right) return from a tour of the town during the Kaneville Christmas celebration.
Saturday’s Holiday in the Grove event featured events all over the village of Sugar Grove, including a craft show and ornament making at Kaneland John Shields Elementary School.
SUGAR GROVE—When Sugar Grove native Summer Smith Bellessa and her husband, Kerry Bellessa, saw an AMBER Alert notice as they drove down an Arizona highway, they began debating what they would do if they actually saw the suspect’s car—would they follow it? Would that put the victim in more danger?
Lady Knights lay hurt on rival Redskins in NIB-12 tilt
Kaneland—Lady Knights basketball doubled its pleasure on Friday evening in Grundy County.
Carlson’s putback buzzer-beater gives KHS win No. 1
KANELAND—It was a case of right place, right time for Kaneland junior Tyler Carlson.
Wrestlers slammed by Sycamore, split Saturday triangular
KANELAND—Area teams know when they’ve been on a mat with the Sycamore Spartans—the KHS grapplers are no different.
Father Bob Jones (left to right), Scott Resetich and Keith Rich, both of Rich
Harvest Farms, and Ted McCannon, building committee chair, cut the ribbon for the St. Anthony Chapel at Saint Katharine Drexel Catholic Church in Sugar Grove on Monday.
The 7th Annual Blackberry Creek Turkey Bowl brought out neighbors both young and old for a little touch football before the big Thanksgiving dinner later in the day.
Wrestlers get on right side of mat with sweep at KHS
KANELAND—Coaches and wrestlers have often said the Knights tend to be a different tournament team than a dual team.
KHS drops first 3 contests as part of Windmill Invite
KANELAND—Good news for Kaneland boys basketball is that it’s still November.
KANELAND—The Kaneland High School bowling team dropped a pair of meets this week, starting out the season 0-3.
Kaneland—A number of Kaneland High School fall athletes were recognized for their performance from throughout the 2012 season.
Kaneland High School presented its performance of “You Can’t Take It With You,” a comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, on Nov. 16, 17 and 18 in the High School auditorium.
Grace United Methodist Church in Maple Park hosted its annual Turkey Drop on Sunday. The church, working in partnership with St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Maple Park, collected donated turkeys, hams and canned goods for families in the area.
INCKLEY/BIG ROCK—Gianina Ludwig has lived in Hinckley and Big Rock her entire life, and at a very young age was raised around horses.
ELBURN—Two Elburn residents were among the five suspects recently arrested following a three-month-long investigation into cannabis trafficking that yielded a seizure of 598 pounds of cannabis.
Class 2A cross-country queen applies skills to triathlon circuit
Kaneland—Many fellow cross-country runners were witness to Kaneland High School sophomore Victoria Clinton’s success at the Class 2A State meet in Peoria two weeks ago, specifically the back of her jersey.
The Kaneland boys basketball program held it’s fourth annual spaghetti dinner on Nov. 15 at the high school cafeteria.
ELBURN—Doctors three years ago advised Elburn resident Luellen Seals to terminate her pregnancy because of the slim chance of her unborn daughter surviving.