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Sugar Grove

WCC offers WIA-funded skills courses

SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College, in partnership with Illinois WorkNet, is offering career services courses to Workforce Investment Act applicants approved through Kane County Department of Employment and Education. Keep Reading

Elburn/Featured

Good deed, good food, good company

Northside Pub holds charity raffle Nov. 12 ELBURN—More than 17 area businesses have contributed various gift items, such as rib eye steaks, turkeys, restaurant certificates and Chicago Bears items for a raffle this Saturday, Nov. 12, at the T&D Northside Pub in Elburn that will benefit area families this holiday season. Keep Reading

Elburn

Getting back to nature

Ben Katzen (second from left) leads a group through Elburn Woods on Oct. 3. The Kane County Forest Preserve held the Senior Stroll for people to get back to nature and learn about the plants, wildlife and history of the woods. Katzen is a Naturalist for the Forest Preserve. Keep Reading

Featured/Football

Just barely

Late TD waved off, 11-0 Knights beat St. Francis, 31-28 KANELAND—There exists a song by Ringo Starr entitled “It Don’t Come Easy.” While Starr was part of a group that forever changed the face of music, the Liverpool lad never laced up the cleats the last three weeks. Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

Editorial: Time to engage

It has long been said that the time for citizens to impact their government is on election day, when they get to go to the polls and cast their vote, choosing who will represent them and their interests for the upcoming term. Keep Reading

Kaneland

Holiday Spirit needs your help

KANELAND—Holiday Spirit, a joint program between the Kaneland schools and Conley Outreach/West Towns, is in need of organizations, businesses, churches and other groups to adopt local families in need this holiday season. Keep Reading

Regional

Illinois vehicle crashes involving deer continue to decline

SPRINGFIELD—The Illinois Department of Transportation and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced that collisions between vehicles and deer declined in 2010, and reminded motorists to once again be alert for deer along roadways during one of their most active periods of the year. Keep Reading

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