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Local firefighters burn donated house for training

After using a donated house to train in for about a year, firefighters from Elburn and Countryside, Kaneville and Big Rock trained with live fire before burning the house to the ground on June 28. “We’ve been training in the house for well over a year,” said Elburn and Countryside Assistant Fire Chief Tate Haley.… Keep Reading


Kaneville looks into implementing severe weather siren

KANEVILLE—The village of Kaneville is still gathering information on how to implement a severe weather siren in town. Kaneville Village President Pat Hill on June 19 updated the board with her findings regarding the implementation. “This whole time I thought we could piggyback off the county, but the county does not have a siren or… Keep Reading


Kaneville culverts near completion

KANEVILLE—The village of Kaneville has recently done a considerable amount of roadwork, including the repair and upkeep of culverts and ditches within village limits. Trustee Carl Hauser at the Village Board’s June 19 meeting said that the culverts should be completed sometime this week by their contracted construction company. Volunteers completed much of the work… Keep Reading


Society celebrates Benton House anniversary, Long family

KANEVILLE—Kaneville Historical Society’s open house on Sunday recognized the 20th anniversary of the relocation of the Benton House, and the Long family. Society president Karen Flamand said the open house is conducted each year in conjunction with the Kaneville Fire Department’s pancake breakfast in an effort to get more visitors. “This is the 20th anniversary… Keep Reading

Color Guard members from Elburn American Legion Post No. 630 lead Elburn Cub Scout Troop 107, Elburn Boy Scout Troop 7 and a host of other parade participants on a short trek from Elburn Lions Park to Blackberry Cemetery for the start of the Elburn Memorial Day Ceremony.

Photos: Memorial Day blessings

Photos from around our towns on Memorial Day. Photos by Natalie Juns, Lynn Logan and Patti Wilk Color Guard members from Elburn American Legion Post No. 630 lead Elburn Cub Scout Troop 107, Elburn Boy Scout Troop 7 and a host of other parade participants on a short trek from Elburn Lions Park to Blackberry… Keep Reading


KUMC Mother-Daughter Banquet

KANEVILLE—All mothers and daughters in the community are invited to the Kaneville United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 4, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. for its annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. The potluck supper will begin in the basement, followed by a brief program in the sanctuary. This year’s program, “For God so loved the world …… Keep Reading


Kaneville extends leaf-burning hours

KANEVILLE—The Kaneville Village Board on April 17 voted in favor of extending springtime leaf-burning hours. Village trustee Mike Maple had proposed the extension to the board, stating that he would rather extend the hours during the week so that the weekends weren’t filled with smoke. Trustee Myra Ottoson agreed with Maple’s suggestion. Currently the cut-off… Keep Reading


Hill’s Country Store promotes epilepsy awareness

KANEVILLE—Hill’s Country Store, aka the “Purple Store,” in Kaneville, is participating in the Great Purple Cupcake Project for the second consecutive year, from now through Sunday, March 30, at the store’s location, 2S133 Harter Road. The project is organized by the Anita Kaufmann Foundation in support of Purple Day, March 26. People all over the… Keep Reading


Kaneville talks road repairs

KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village Board members on March 20 discussed plans for road repairs in town. The township plans to repair Lovell and Merrill roads, potentially with an intergovernmental agreement to help with the cost of the road work. Board member Carl Hauser presented two separate bids—The first detailed intensive repairs, and the second outlined a slightly… Keep Reading

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Dauberman Road closures for motorists’ safety

Photo: A backhoe last week sank into Welch Creek in Kaneville. The creek has flooded repeatedly this winter, forcing two separate closures of the stretch of Dauberman Road between Main Street and Scott roads. Courtesy Photo KANEVILLE—The stretch of Dauberman Road between Main Street and Scott roads in Kaneville has been closed twice this year,… Keep Reading


Photos: A night at the races

Elburn Chamber of Commerce Winter Dinner, “A Night at the Races,” was held at the Elburn Lions Club Saturday. Pat Hill (left) of Hill’s Country Store received the Member of the Year Award, and Annette Theobold (right) of Paisano’s Pizza received the Business of the Year Award. Keep Reading


Kaneville looks forward to 2014

KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village President Pat Hill’s list of goals for 2014 are straightforward and to the point. There are road improvements she would like to complete this next year, concerning the resurfacing of Merrill Avenue and Lovell Road in Kaneville. Hill also plans on continuing to fix the problem with water flowing into ditches from the… Keep Reading


Kaneville looks back on the year

by Natalie Juns KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village President Pat Hill believes the village’s greatest accomplishment for 2013 was saving its local village post office. Hill found out in early December that the village’s efforts to save the Kaneville Post Office had been heard. “Now that it isn’t closing, we need to work hard to keep the revenue… Keep Reading


Kaneland preschool screening Dec. 13

Aurora—Kaneland School District Special Services will conduct a preschool screening on Friday, Dec. 13, at MorningStar Church in Aurora, for students who may qualify for special education services. If you reside within the Kaneland School District, and suspect that your child, ages 3-5, has any delays in developmental milestones, then you are encouraged to attend.… Keep Reading


Old-fashioned Christmas celebration in Kaneville

by Susan O’Neill KANEVILLE—Celebrate the season with an old-fashioned Christmas in Kaneville on Saturday, Dec. 7. The festivities will begin at 8:30 a.m. in front of the Kaneville Community Center at Harter and Main Street roads, with the inaugural lighting of the community Christmas tree donated by Kaneville business Strang Landscaping. Community members are encouraged… Keep Reading


Kaneville resident to take relief supplies to tornado-damaged area

KANEVILLE—Kaneville resident Kathy Hoffman is asking the public to donate tornado relief items to Washington, Ill., residents affected by last Sunday’s tornado outbreak. Hoffman this Sunday will transport the donated items down to Washington. Items that are needed include cases of water, personal hygiene items, blankets, work gloves, 39-gallon garbage bags and 18-gallon Rubbermaid tubs… Keep Reading

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