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Kaneland/Regional

Scholarships for children of veterans

AURORA—Children of Illinois veterans, who are enrolled or have been accepted to any University of Illinois campus (Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield), can now apply for the “Children of Veterans Tuition Waiver,” according to state Sen. Chris Lauzen (R-Aurora). The completed applications must be returned by March 1. Keep Reading

Regional

‘Drop, Cover and Hold On’

IEMA encourages participation in Great Central U.S. ShakeOut Feb. 7 SPRINGFIELD—More than 152,000 Illinois residents have already registered to participate in a multi-state earthquake drill, and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) is encouraging even more groups and individuals to join in the second annual “Great Central U.S. ShakeOut” on Feb. 7. Keep Reading

Elburn

Vote on Elburn Station set for Feb. 6

Board discusses Elburn Station plan prior to vote ELBURN—The Village Board will have the opportunity to vote whether or not to approve the Elburn Station development at its next meeting on Monday,Feb. 6. Keep Reading

Elburn/Featured

One year down … many to come

Personal Trainer Sarah Jackson (left to right), owner Rich O'Brien, managers Wendy Haacker and Barb Hookham, along with Karen Park from Old Second Bank, cut the ribbon celebrating the one year anniversary of Snap Fitness in Elburn. Keep Reading

Kaneville

The search continues

Kaneville discusses changes in search for enforcement officer KANEVILLE—The Kaneville Village Board last Thursday decided to change directions with tits current search for a Zoning and Building Enforcement Officer, while members are still trying to solidify the officer’s duties, and re-evaluate the financial aspect of outsourcing the job. Keep Reading

Regional

Veterinarian accepts post with Animal Control

Kane County—Dr. Kimberly Rudloff, DVM, accepted an offer of employment as Kane County’s new Veterinarian/Administrator for the Kane County Animal Control Department. Dr. Rudloff will begin her duties on Monday, Feb. 6, at an annual salary of $88,000. Keep Reading

Regional/Sugar Grove

Down the drain?

Sugar Grove ends Mallard Point drainage negotiations SUGAR GROVE—The solution to the drainage problems in the Mallard Point and Rolling Oaks subdivisions in Sugar Grove just became more complex. Keep Reading

Boys Basketball/Featured

Boys stifle Pirate attack in Saturday win

KANELAND—KHS boys hoops posted a win on Saturday evening—a nice change from a hard loss the week prior to Morris. With balanced scoring and home court advantage, the Knights took care of Northern Illinois Big XII West Division opponent Ottawa by a final of 59-40. The positive result raises Kaneland’s mark to 11-6 (3-2 NIB-12). Keep Reading

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