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Photos: Easy rider

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The DuKane ABATE 29th annual Toy and Food Run was held on Sunday. A motorcycle parade started at Knuckleheads Tavern in Elburn and ended at the Batavia VFW. Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner and Mr. & Mrs. Claus led the motorcycle parade. Admission to the event was $10 a person, in addition to one, new, unwrapped…

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Photos: Junior town hall

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Kaneland Blackberry Elementary School second-graders had three special speakers come talk to them on Oct. 7—one from the village level, one from the county level and one from the state level. Elburn Village President Dave Anderson (front, right), Kane County Auditor Terry Hunt (grey jacket), and Illinois Senator Jim Oberweis (blue shirt) came to the…

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Rule of thumb when it comes to recycling plastics

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KANE COUNTY—Plastic is an almost unavoidable part of daily life. So many things are made of plastic, and there are many different kinds of plastic. Not all of these plastic items are recyclable, in fact few are. It is best to avoid plastic packaging wherever possible. If a plastic container has a triangle with a…

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A stage production with a ‘Twist’

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Waubonsee Community College to stage ‘Oliver!’ production Oct. 16-18 SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College will bring the production of “Oliver!” to its Sugar Grove campus auditorium stage the weekend of Oct. 16-18. “Oliver!” the broadway adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved story, “Oliver Twist,” is a Tony Award-winning musical based on a classic tale about an innocent…

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September 2015 the ninth warmest on record for Illinois

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CHAMPAIGN, ILL.—September 2015 was the ninth warmest September on record for Illinois, according to Illinois State Climatologist Jim Angel, Illinois State Water Survey, University of Illinois. The statewide average temperature was 70.2 degrees, 4 degrees above average. The warmest September on record was 1933, at 72.2 degrees. The statewide average precipitation was 3.42 inches, 0.19…

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Prevention through education

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SGFPD celebrates National Fire Prevention Week via grade school visits intended to educate kids about fire safety, smoke alarms SUGAR GROVE—With National Fire Prevention Week upon us, the Sugar Grove Fire Protection District visited all the grade schools in Sugar Grove this week to educate students about smoke alarms and other fire safety measures. Fire…

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Blaze of glory

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Therapeutic riding students to be featured in horse show at Blazing Prairie Stars barn MAPLE PARK—When Blazing Prairie Stars (BPS) phased out its hippotherapy practice at its barn in Maple Park, BPS manager and horse trainer Sharon Weimer said she couldn’t give it up. “It’s such a passion of mine,” Weimer said. “I’ve seen so…

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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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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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