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Sugar Grove

A cop on top of a shop

The Elburn Police Department on Friday participated in the 13th annual Cop on a Rooftop Fundraiser for the Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Illinois at the Elburn Dunkin’ Donuts. Elburn Sergeant Peter Pavia and Police Department office staff employee Hilaria Garcia participated in the event. Law Enforcement Torch Run mugs were available… Keep Reading

Regional/Sugar Grove

The difference a year can make

One year following brain cancer diagnosis, former Sugar Grove Library director Holmes feels better than expected SUGAR GROVE—It’s been a little more than a year since former Sugar Grove Public Library Director Beverly Holmes Hughes was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme—an aggressive brain tumor—but she is doing better than might have been expected. Following her surgery… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Sugar Grove discusses roundabout construction road closures

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed road closures associated with construction of the village’s roundabout Traffic in Sugar Grove will be rerouted for construction of the roundabout, a project that will create a new intersection of Granart Road, Dugan Road and Bucktail Lane. Both Dugan Road, south of Route 30, and Granart… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Maple Park discusses upcoming road projects

MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday discussed plans for upcoming village road projects. The first pavement repair project will be done on Ashton Drive and DeKalb Drive, and should be done within the next two weeks, according to Village Engineer Jeremy Lin. “I did a lot of field work today,” Lin told the… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Maple Park board appoints Massa as trustee

MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday appointed its newest trustee, Valerie Massa, for a two-year term. Village President Kathleen Curtis announced that the board will appoint an additional trustee at the July Village Board meeting, leaving just one trustee seat for Maple Park to fill. Applications are still being accepted for that seat. Keep Reading


School Board approves scoreboard contract

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on May 27 voted 5-2 to approve a contract with Correct Digital Displays for $43,792. The company will install a scoreboard on the varsity football field at Kaneland High School. Trustees Pedro Rivas and Ryan Kerry voted against the item. According to a report by Kaneland’s Associate Superintendent Dr. Julie-Ann Fuchs,… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you from Elburn American Legion Post 630

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, the Elburn community once again gathered to remember the veterans who served this country and paid the ultimate price—their lives. The Elburn American Legion Post 630 would like to thank those that made this ceremony possible by their support and participation: Elburn Boy Scout Troop 7; Kaneland Harter Middle… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Thank you from the Elburn Lions Club

The Elburn Lions Club would like to thank the Kaneland community for supporting our recent vision screening. Despite spring showers early in the day, we had a great turnout for the free eye screenings. Thank you to the businesses who posted fliers. We appreciate the publicity. We are also thankful to our sponsors for the… Keep Reading


Class of 1980 to celebrate 35-year reunion

KANELAND—Nearly 300 seniors graduated from Kaneland High School on June 6, 1980. Thirty-five years later, on the anniversary of its graduation, Kaneland’s Class of 1980 will gather on the anniversary of its graduation to reconnected and revisit its high school memories “I like having people come to a class reunion that I haven’t seen at… Keep Reading


Village Board approves four-year contract for full-time police

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on May 18 approved a new four-year contract for full-time police officers and sergeants. The vote was unanimous, with trustee Ken Anderson remarking that the move to a four-year contract was a good one. Anderson also said he would like to see officers make an effort to practice community policing, engaging… Keep Reading


Elburn Fire Department paramedics earn their VMO certification

ELBURN—Paramedics try to work within what emergency medicine calls “Golden Hour”—the time frame to get an injured person from the scene of an accident to the operating room, giving the trauma patient his or her best chance for survival. When the injured person is trapped inside the vehicle, it significantly complicates the effort. For that… 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


Teens request permission to build Elburn skate park

ELBURN—Eight Harter Middle School students attended the May 18 Elburn Village Board meeting to ask board members for permission to move forward on an Elburn skate park. Kaneland Harter Middle School teacher Rick Barik, who has been advising the students in their effort, also attended the meeting. Village President Dave Anderson told the group that… Keep Reading


Goier nears completion of tour as interim Kaneland superintendent

KANELAND—In a sense, Dr. Renee Goier will graduate alongside Kaneland High School’s Class of 2015 this weekend. Goier’s last official day with Kaneland is Monday, June 1. That date will mark her 99th day as the district’s interim superintendent. Due to Illinois retirement law, she can only work a maximum of 100 days. “I’ve only… Keep Reading


Kaneland says goodbye to longtime teacher Welker

Kaneland—Kaneland High School this year will not only say goodbye to the Class of 2015, but also to English teacher Patty Welker. For 35 years, Welker has helped her students grow as writers, navigate the difficult language, and develop a love and appreciation for different works of literature. Students and staff can all agree that… Keep Reading


‘Oh the places you’ll go’

The 2015 senior mural at Kaneland High school is titled “Oh the Places you’ll go.” “It’s about travel and life experiences. (It) seems very fitting for all who have worked on it,” Kaneland art teacher Carleen Gregg said. Artists included Gregg (left to right), Stephanie Luebke, Jonaya Henaker, Mckayla Helm, Nicholas Winthers, Clinton Kral and… Keep Reading

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