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Jodi Mair won the National Weather Service’s 2014 Photo of the Year contest for the Chicago region with the above photo: Shelf clouds rolling in over a barn off Dugan Road in Sugar Grove. She also earned fourth-place accolades with the photo below, taken near Rochelle, Ill.      Photos submitted by Jodi Mair to cborrowdale@elburnherald.com
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Riding out the storm

Elburn-area employee shows off severe-weather photos through contests, social media SUGAR GROVE—The moment dark clouds start rolling in and the wind starts picking up, Jodi Mair heads out with her camera, chasing the storm. Some of the severe weather photos she’s captured have been gaining national attention, with one particular photo—shelf clouds rolling in over… Keep Reading

The fourth stage of the Culinary Champions competition was held Jan. 14 at the Sugar Grove American Legion. Lauren Robin (center) of the Illinois Restaurant Association presents a carmel apple burger to the panel of judges, including Sandwich Mayor Rick Olson (left to right), Executive Chef Steve Langlois of the Hyatt Lodge on the McDonald Campus in Oak Brook, Ill., Big Rock Village President Dean Hummell and guest judge Sugar Grove Village President Sean Michels. 
Photo retrieved from Aurora Area Convention Center and Visitor’s Bureau Facebook page
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We are the (culinary) champions

Local restaurants vie to win 10-stage food competition SUGAR GROVE—Working together to bring more tourism to the Aurora greater area, the Aurora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau has been hard at work with its latest idea: the ‘Culinary Champions’ competition. Consisting of 10 restaurants from the cities of Aurora, Batavia, Big Rock, Hinckley, Montgomery, North… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove’s Fagel speaks on Fox 32 News

SUGAR GROVE—For Dr. Mike Fagel of Sugar Grove, aiding his fellow community members and country was never just a career choice—it was his calling. As a result, Fagel boasts a resume complete with positions such as a firefighter, medic and police officer, to name a few. “I’m a people person. I’ve always wanted to prevent… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove authorizes fill of sergeant vacancy

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday unanimously passed a motion to authorize the Board of Police Commissioners to fill the village’s sergeant vacancy. The position has been open since the previous sergeant, Kurtis Gilkey, stepped down in January 2014. Sugar Grove Police Chief Patrick Rollins said the department recently began a sergeant conditioning… Keep Reading

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Village Board considers property for future construction

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed and approved a motion to study a location northeast of the airport in order to gauge the property’s potential regarding future construction and ability to bring additional revenue to the village. “We have interested property owners, and the location is appropriate to look further into,” said… Keep Reading

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Board approves aggregation bidding

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday unanimously approved the village’s participation in Municipal Electric Aggregation Bidding. As a result, the village can now seek bids from electric retailers. “One of the reasons we originally started (bidding) was because we saw the benefits in it,” Village President Sean Michels said. Through Municipal Electric Aggregation,… Keep Reading

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Waubonsee GED Enhanced program helps students shift perspective

SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College was not David Kabanda’s first attempt at college in the U.S. But it was at Waubonsee, through the college’s GED Enhanced program, Kabanda finally gained the boost he needed to take the first steps on his postsecondary educational journey. More than 14 years ago, Kabanda, of Oswego, Ill., came to the… Keep Reading

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Waubonsee nursing program graduates 15 students in December

SUGAR GROVE—Fifteen more nursing candidates became eligible to join the ranks of health care professionals after graduating from Waubonsee Community College’s Nursing program during a pinning ceremony Dec. 18. The December pinning was one of four such ceremonies in 2014 at Waubonsee, recognizing nursing candidates who graduated at various points in the past year. Nursing… Keep Reading

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Waubonsee students compete in student math league contest

SUGAR GROVE—Eighty-eight students at Waubonsee Community College recently contributed their insights and reasoning to the college’s entry into the opening round of the Student Mathematics League Competition, boosting the college’s performance in the national competition. Jacqueline Mathieu of Elburn placed first among Waubonsee students during the competition, held Nov. 5, followed by fellow students Dillon… Keep Reading

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Waubonsee seeks volunteers for 2015 income tax workshops

AURORA—Waubonsee Community College this winter seeks volunteers willing to give some time and expertise to boost the local economy and help local working families get back the money to which they are entitled during the 2015 income tax filing season. In January, Waubonsee and the Center for Economic Progress again will sponsor the free income… Keep Reading

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A passion for Sugar Grove

Bohler’s legacy in place as he steps down from Village Board SUGAR GROVE—Bob Bohler has stepped away from public life to spend the remainder of his life with his family. The longtime community leader recently stepped down from the Sugar Grove Village Board due to declining health as he battles cancer. However, he will long… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove looks ahead to 2015

by Violet Marquardt SUGAR GROVE—After a successful 2014, the village of Sugar Grove already has plans in motion to ensure an equally successful 2015. With the same, common goal as 2014—to bring more revenue to the village—Sugar Grove is already poised for success in the new year. “It’s going to be a busy year,” Village… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove looks back on 2014

by Violet Marquardt SUGAR GROVE—For the village of Sugar Grove, 2014 was a year of great success. With lofty goals set at the beginning of this year, the village has handled its to-do list in stride. For board members, the greatest success for Sugar Grove this past year was the opening of the village’s Ace… Keep Reading

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Santa fun in Sugar Grove

Santa, winter crafts and the library book elf search took place at the Sugar Grove Public Library on Dec. 13. Ernie Salinas, 4, of Sugar Grove, makes his grandparents Christmas tree ornaments. Paul DiPietro, 8, of Sugar Grove, asks Santa for a Moray eel for Christmas. Children created Christmas ornaments to hang on the library… Keep Reading

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Letters from home

Paluch continues tradition of sending cards to the troops SUGAR GROVE—Dave Paluch six years ago partnered with students at Kaneland John Shields Elementary School to send nearly 100 Christmas cards to troops deployed overseas. The tradition continued this year, and he figures he’s sent about a thousand cards. “It started when my cousin was deployed,”… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove spreads the cheer!

The residents of Sugar Grove are lucky enough to have several light presentations just down the street. With areas near Rich Harvest Farms and throughout Prestbury subdivision, there is plenty to catch the eye this Christmas season. Photos by Lynn Logan Keep Reading

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‘Mr. Montgomery’ reflects on Kaneland teaching legacy

Photo: Earl Montgomery of Sugar Grove tends to his in-home garden. Photo by Lynn Logan KANELAND—Earl Montgomery, a Sugar Grove resident, began his teaching career in 1958 at what was then known as Kaneland Junior Senior High School. During his 35 years of teaching, Earl was known as “Mr. Montgomery.” Montgomery, 80, taught eighth-grade Science.… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove approves water main work

by Violet Marquardt SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday unanimously authorized an engineering services agreement with EEI for water main replacement at Fays Lane and Sugar Lane. The water main on Fays Lane has broken five times in the past few years. Although re-lining the main is an option, replacing the water main… Keep Reading

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Local community celebrates Holiday in the Grove

by Violet Marquardt SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove on Saturday held its annual ‘Holiday in the Grove’ event at numerous locations throughout the village. With an estimated 700-800 people in attendance, everyone found a favorite activity, whether it was Breakfast with Santa or cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus. “There were a wide variety of (activities) offered. I… Keep Reading

Christmas Kettles to Kaneland area

KANELAND—Look for the familiar red Salvation Army kettles this November and December throughout the Kaneland/Big Rock area. Conley Outreach (the local Salvation Army Service Extension representative) together with local Scout troops, businesses, 4-H clubs, church groups and Community Care Team volunteers will collect donations on Saturdays and the days just prior to Christmas outside various… Keep Reading

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