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A night at the movies

Savannah Plumb (above, left) and her brother, Logan, with the prizes they won at the Hill’s Country Store Movie Night on Friday. Hill’s puts on a monthly movie night during the summer months. This month’s movie was “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.” Mason Kinsella and his sister, Angelina, eat freezee pops before the… Keep Reading


A scholarly approach

Daniel Hammermeister (right) of Elburn recently received a $500 small business scholarship from Pat Hill of Hill’s Country Store. It was the first given by Hill, with the plan to award the scholarship on an annual basis. Photo submitted by Pat Hill to Keep Reading


A real shoe-in

Hill’s Country Store is still collecting used shoes, backpacks, tank tops and shorts for children 5-18 years old in Haiti, and is also accepting monetary donations to help defray shipping costs. The collection will conclude at the end of July. Rev. Emmanuel (above, left to right), Pat Hill and Charles Saint-Vil show off the hundreds… Keep Reading


Food for Thought, Inc., closes its doors

ELBURN—If you’ve lived in Elburn over the past 25 years you’ve probably seen the Food For Thought, Inc., catering van running around town. That is because the owner, Jayne Jordan is a village resident. Jayne has finally decided to throw in the apron and call it quits. Food For Thought, Inc., located in Kaneville, officially… Keep Reading


Kaneville Village Board discusses road damage

KANEVILLE—The Kaneville Village Board on June 18 addressed two instances of road damage within the village. On Merrill Road, there are some divots that the board believes were caused by heavy trucks owned by Nicor. The board believes Nicor should be responsible for fixing the road damage. “I don’t want to see (Nicor trucks) cutting… Keep Reading


A sweet walk

Hill’s Country Store was awarded Volunteer Business of the Year at the annual Sweetness Run/Walk in Yorkville Saturday. Owner Pat Hill received an embossed football by Connie, Jarrett and Britteny Payton, the family of the late Chicago Bears Hall of Fame player Walter Payton. Mary Niceley (from left), Britteny Payton, Alexa Hill, Pat Hill, Jarrett… Keep Reading


Movie night at Hill’s Country Store June 12

KANEVILLE—Anyone interested in some low-cost family entertainment is invited to Hill’s Country Store on Friday, June 12, for cartoons beginning at 7:30 p.m. and the feature presentation, Disney’s “Big Hero 6,” at 8 p.m. “I haven’t had a chance to check yet, but if it’s raining (that night), I hope we can move into the… Keep Reading


Payton Foundation walk to honor Kaneville’s Hill

KANEVILLE—Pat Hill has touched the lives of many during her time as a Kaneville resident, village president and owner of Hill’s Country Store. Known for her generous and caring demeanor, Hill last year was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. The community immediately sprang into action in an attempt to help Hill during her battle.… Keep Reading


More shoes, more literacy

Hill’s Country Store to serve as a drop-off location for Light Up Our Youth Foundation shoe drive KANEVILLE—It is not often that people realize the direct correlation between proper footwear and education, but Charles Saint-Vil of San Diego knows the importance of the link between the two. As a young boy who grew up in… Keep Reading

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Kaneville equestrienne recognized by APHA

KANEVILLE—What started as a young girl’s love of horses led to a national championship with the American Paint Horse Association. Erin Kettelkamp, 20, of Kaneville, was recently recognized with champion point status in youth all-around in 2014. She and her horse, Scottish Tank, have participated in shows in a variety of events for nearly 10… Keep Reading


Kaneville applies for tornado siren system grant

KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village President Pat Hill on April 16 announced that the village has applied for a grant that would help set up a tornado siren system. The grant, if received, will provide $19,800 toward the system. “It’s worth it to save a life. After what happened in Fairdale (Ill.), we’re just that next small town… Keep Reading


Bateman named Kaneville village clerk

KANEVILLE—Kaneville has found its next village clerk. Village President Pat Hill on April 16 announced that Kaneville resident Angela Bateman will take over the position from Serina Hauser, who resigned in February to spend more time with her family. “We are sad to see (Serina) go, but we are very excited to welcome Angie to… Keep Reading


Community helps raise funds for Kaneville family

Photo: Friends and the community have helped raise money for the Whitman family of Kaneville. Robert and Emma Whitman’s children, Travis, 4, and Emma, 5 months, were both born with low muscle tone and multiple complications related to breathing. Photo submitted by Becky Smith to KANEVILLE—When Robert and Emma Whitman of Kaneville welcomed their… Keep Reading


Hill receives best birthday present ever

KANEVILLE—Kaneville resident Pat Hill recently received what was, in her words, the best birthday present ever. After six months of chemotherapy, Hill received news from her cancer doctor on Feb. 20 that she had no more measurable levels of cancer. Hill struggled with the language of cancer as she tried to explain what “measurable levels”… Keep Reading

April 7, 2015/Kaneville

Election: Kaneville Village Board trustee

Five candidates will compete for three open seats on the Kaneville Village Board Tuesday, April 7. Paul Ross Kaneville Village Board trustee Paul Ross will seek re-election on the April 7 Consolidated Election ballot, having served on the board since 2006. Ross views the role of village trustee as one that works to complement the… Keep Reading


Kaneville seeks village clerk applicants

KANEVILLE—The village of Kaneville seeks a village clerk. If interested, call Village President Pat Hill at (630) 853-9717 or email your resume to For more information regarding the position, call the village office at (630) 557-0037. Keep Reading

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