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October is Farm to School Month

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ILLINOIS—October is National Farm to School month. Farm to School refers to schools serving local, farm-fresh foods ranging from fruits and veggies to honey and meat. The more local foods served to kids, the better. One-third of U.S. children are obese or overweight, and only 2 percent of children get the recommended serving of fruits…

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Photos: Sept. 27 Blood Moon eclipse

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Bonnie Meyer, Big Rock

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):

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Help is on the way

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Conley Outreach programs seek to help the grieving through free support groups ELBURN—“What’s wrong with me?” “Why am not able to focus on anything?” “Why do I feel so out of control?” “How am I going to go on without my spouse?” These are just some of the questions people who have experienced the loss…

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Understanding kidney disease in dogs, cats

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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…

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Dugan Road south leg closure begins Sept. 28

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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…

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Mending a broken heart

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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…

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Community Submitted: Habitat for Humanity Craft Show

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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…

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Waubonsee to host job fair in Aurora

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AURORA—Employer registration for Waubonsee Community College’s upcoming Aurora Job and Internship Fair filled to capacity in record time this year. In collaboration with Representative Bill Foster, Illinois Department of Employment Security, the city of Aurora and Hollywood Casino, the college will host the fair from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 25, at…

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Baskets for Bev

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Fundraiser seeks to help support former library director SUGAR GROVE—Supporters of former Sugar Grove Library Director Beverly Holmes Hughes are gathering donations of themed baskets to raise money for Bev and her family as she undergoes additional treatment for cancer. Community members and businesses have been invited to donate a basket with a minimum value…

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Driver ejected from vehicle in Route 47 crash

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BLACKBERRY TWP—An Earlville, Ill., resident is in serious condition following a single-vehicle collision in unincorporated Blackberry Township Tuesday evening. According to a report from the Kane County Sheriff’s Office, Reese Bernier, 39, of Earlville was driving his 2006 Chevrolet work truck south on Route 47 near the intersection of Kenmar Drive in unincorporated Blackberry Township…

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Labor Day drunk driving crackdown begins

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ILLINOIS—Drunken driving, especially around holidays such as Labor Day, is one of the deadliest crimes faced in Illinois and the nation as a whole. The Illinois Department of Transportation and Illinois State Police are committed to saving lives, and now the agencies announced the kickoff of the “ Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement…

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Free senior health insurance program Sept. 30

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ST. CHARLES—Questions surrounding health insurance have multiplied since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed. Now that it is nearing full implementation, the persistent question is “how does it affect me?” The University of Illinois Extension program, “Health Insurance for People 65+,” will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 30, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the…

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Kane County Genealogical Society meeting Aug. 27

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GENEVA—The next meeting of the Kane County Genealogical Society will take place Thursday, Aug. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the first floor meeting room of the Geneva History Center, 113 S. 3rd St., Geneva. Teresa S. McMillin will be the evening’s featured presenter with her topic, “He Took Her Name: Understanding German Farm Names.” In…

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Closing the loop

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Cows and birds

Understanding the diverse ag industry KANE COUNTY—Vida Martin, a school counselor from Sandwich, and 12 other local educators had an opportunity this summer to learn about local food production from farm to table. The group participated in the Kane County Farm Bureau’s Summer Ag Institutes, held each June and August to promote awareness of the…

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