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Photos: Sept. 27 Blood Moon eclipse

Herald Newspapers photographers Mary Paulson and Laura Gampfer, in addition to many community members, submitted photos of Sunday’s Blood Moon eclipse. Feature photo (above) by Bonnie Meyer, Big Rock. Photos by Mary Paulson: Photos by Laura Gampfer Community Submitted (Robert Hartford, Chuck Liss, Ron Vohs, Michael Lamczyk, Chris Edwards, Bonnie Meyer, Lisa Wagner, Shannon Stahl): Keep Reading

Health & Wellness/Regional

Understanding kidney disease in dogs, cats

ILLINOIS—Have you ever watched your pet eat their meal and thought, “Wow, did they even taste it?” Though some pets require more energy than others, it is important to know your pet’s normal eating and drinking habits so you are more likely to detect any dietary abnormalities. Being familiar with your pet’s standard schedule of… Keep Reading

Faith/Sugar Grove

Chamber to host horse racing fundraiser

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is off to the races planning its next fundraiser to take place Thursday, Oct. 22, at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. The chamber’s ‘Night at the Races,’ event will begin at 6:30 p.m. and serve as a mock Kentucky Derby, allowing businesses from surrounding areas… Keep Reading


Freshly squeezed

New Elburn insurance agency seeks to create strong communication, connection with clients ELBURN—When Dave Broz was working for a restoration company years ago, he always got a good feeling from being able to help people recover from a loss. Whether that loss was a flooded basement or a house fire, the end result was always… Keep Reading


Following in dad’s footsteps

ELBURN—Bob Burgin knows men often don’t have much to do when it comes to a wedding. As a young farmer 16 years ago, he asked his bride-to-be about riding off on a tractor. To his surprise she agreed. Just last weekend, his son and new daughter-in-law did the same. Tyler and Marisa (Avry) Burgin drove… Keep Reading

Regional/Sugar Grove

Dugan Road south leg closure begins Sept. 28

SUGAR GROVE—BNSF Railroad recently announced that the south leg of Dugan Road, at the intersection with Route 30 and the railroad crossing, will close for repairs beginning Monday, Sept. 28, weather permitting. The closure is expected to remain in place until approximately Thursday, Oct. 1. The closure is part of the ongoing intersection improvements made… Keep Reading


Par for the course

Kaneland Foundation golf outing a hit KANELAND—Golf dates all the way back to the time of Julius Caesar in 100 B.C. Today, the sport helps provide technology and more to Kaneland School District students. The Kaneland Foundation hosted its 22nd annual golf outing on Sept. 17 at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove. A… Keep Reading


It’s in the details

ELBURN—Elburn Village Board members on Monday agreed on language for a spring 2016 referendum question to residents regarding raising the village’s sales tax. Village Administrator Erin Willrett presented the question to board members at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting. The wording basically mirrors the wording in the state statute, village attorney Bob Britz said.… Keep Reading


Village Board OKs bed and breakfast

Owner will return to drawing board regarding plan for private party venue at site ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday cleared the way for a bed and breakfast at 420 E. Kansas St., but owner Judy Singer will go back to the drawing board on a plan for a private party venue at the site.… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: The dawn of a new Kaneland tradition?

We want to remind the Elburn community that Kaneland High School’s 2015 homecoming parade will take place Wednesday, Sept. 30, in downtown Elburn. In terms of event route, the parade will begin at First and Shannon streets, head north on First Street and then east on Prairie Valley Street, concluding at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary… Keep Reading


Photos: We want pancakes!

The Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District held an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on Sunday at Elburn Fire Station No. 2 in Elburn. One hundred percent of the proceeds will support Conley Outreach and the Elburn Food Pantry. Keep Reading

Events/Faith/Regional/Sugar Grove

Mending a broken heart

Sugar Grove church offers DivorceCare sessions SUGAR GROVE—Calvary West Church in Sugar Grove currently offers DivorceCare, a Christian-based divorce support group that is available at churches around the world. The program meets on Thursdays through Dec. 10, 7 to 9 p.m. in the NXT/Fellowship Room at Calvary West Church, 1600 Beta Drive, Sugar Grove. People… Keep Reading

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Events/Sugar Grove

A little dribbling, a lot of learning

Sugar Grove youth basketball league teaches fundamentals, life lessons SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove’s Lil’ Dribblers basketball team is a squad comprised of 24 first- and second-graders. According to Sugar Grove Park District Athletic Manager Liz Webb, Lil’ Dribblers, and other programs similar to it offered within the Park District, lets kids experience a sport without the… Keep Reading


Community Submitted: Habitat for Humanity Craft Show

Looking for some early holiday presents? Come and enjoy the handiwork of 35 crafters, bake sale, raffle, and café.Free admission.Handicap accessible.Handmade items. All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity-New Hope with matching funds provided by the Northeast Kane County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Join us on Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 9:00 AM to… Keep Reading

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