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Waubonsee art exhibit explores cultural identity

SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College will host “Cultural Evolution?: Migra- tion, Hybridity and Multiculturalism,” an exhibit curated by Art Coordinator Cecilia Vargas, from now through Friday, July 26, in the Dickson Center’s Arrowhead Room on the Sugar Grove campus, Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Fri- day,… Keep Reading

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July 27: Habitat restoration workday at Bliss Woods

SUGAR GROVE—A habitat restoration work- day will take place on Saturday, July 27, 9 a.m. to noon at Bliss Woods Forest Preserve. Work will include weed control such as pulling or cutting invasive species and any other needed task. Dress appropriately with long pants, sturdy shoes and work gloves. Refreshments will be offered at the… Keep Reading

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Rollins takes over as SG police chief

SUGAR GROVE—Interim Police Chief Ron Moser on Monday handed over the reins of the Sugar Grove Police Department to his successor, Patrick Rollins, who took over as the department’s new chief of police. Rollins has spent the last 23 years working for the Lombard Police Department, working his way up from a probationary police officer… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove recognized for financial reporting

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board at its July 16 meeting received a Certificate of Achievement in Excellence for Financial Report from the Government Finance Officers Association. This is the 12th year Sugar Grove has received the award. The award represents achievements of the Village Board and staff for its governmental accounting and presentation skills.… Keep Reading

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Engineering Enterprises, Inc. announces promotion of Dennison

SUGAR GROVE—Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) is proud to announce the promotion of Stephen T. Dennison, P.E., to project manager. Steve has been with EEI a little under nine years. Through his time at EEI, he has demonstrated his excellent technical knowledge and communication skills and his willingness to go the extra mile for EEI’s clients.… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove soldier comes home

SUGAR GROVE—The first thing Sgt. Melissa Castrovillo did on her return from Afghanistan earlier this month was pamper herself. She’d spent the last nine months stationed as a military police officer somewhere in Afghanistan—exactly where is classified—and relaxation was hard to come by. So she got a pedicure. She got her hair done. She bought… Keep Reading

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SG Bike Parade to take place despite absence of Jo-Jo the Clown

[colored_box color=”blue”]Residents are invited to march, walk, or ride in the parade, which will begin at John Shields Elementary School, 85 Main St. in Sugar Grove. Line up is at 12:30 p.m., and the parade will begin at 1 p.m.[/colored_box] SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Independence Day Bike Parade will miss Jo-Jo the Clown (Karen McCannon)… Keep Reading

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Photos: Sugar Grove tees off

The Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce annual golf outing took place Friday at Bliss Creek Golf Club. Dave Burroughs of Engineering Enterprises, Inc. and guest Bob Miller watch teammate Rich Young, Sugar Grove Director of Community Development, chip on the 9th hole Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove Corn Boil Medallion found

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Corn Boil Medallion has been found. Sugar Grove resident Shirlee Guddendorf found the medallion last week in the prairie patch located behind the Sugar Grove Park District and Volunteer Park pavilion. Several clues regarding the medallion’s whereabout were printed in the Elburn Herald. According to Guddendorf, the second clue, which featured… Keep Reading

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Somonauk resident named WCC student trustee

SUGAR GROVE—Mekenah Merrill of Somonauk was recently elected to serve as Waubonsee Community College’s student trustee for the 2013-14 academic year. Merrill was seated at the college’s Board of Trustees meeting on June 19. The student trustee serves as the liaison between the Waubonsee Board of Trustees and the college’s students, representing students’ interests at… Keep Reading

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SG board honors 2 residents

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday gave proclamations of appreciation to residents Stan Schumacher and Lil Adams for their community service. President Sean Michels read the proclamations, which gave an overview of their volunteer work. Schumacher served 28 years at the Sugar Grove Community House, spearheading youth sports programs such as the Northern… Keep Reading

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SG officer rescues terrified ‘hitchhiker’

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Police Officer Kevin Forest thought he was just going to stop a semi truck to warn the driver about using a cell phone in a construction zone. He ended up saving the life of a kitten that had unknowingly “hitchhiked” from Wisconsin to Illinois. Officer Forest on May 25 stopped a southbound… Keep Reading

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Rich Harvest Farms to host 2015 Palmer Cup

SUGAR GROVE—Rich Harvest Farms recently announced that it will host the Palmer Cup tournament in June 2015. Named after golfing legend Arnold Palmer, the Palmer Cup is an annual 10-man team golf competition between American college golfers and European college/university golfers. This event is played in the same style and a similar format to the… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove Corn Boil Medallion found

Press Release: Shirlee Guddendorf is the winner of the 6th Annual Corn Boil Medallion Hunt! This year’s Medallion was hidden within Sugar Grove Township. Shirlee said the second clue and the word “lace” in the clue helped her find the location. As person who found the Medallion, she will be recognized during the Sugar Grove… Keep Reading

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Multiple car burglaries in Sugar Grove

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Police on Friday took reports from five Windsor Pointe subdivision residents who stated that their vehicles had been entered. The first report came in at 2:05 a.m. Victims reported that cash and electronics, including computers, cell phones, MP3 players, were taken from the vehicles. Several victims stated that they had locked their… Keep Reading

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SG welcomes new chief of police

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Village President Sean Michels and the Village Board on June 4 entered into an agreement with Patrick Rollins, who will become Sugar Grove’s next chief of police. Rollins will officially begin his duties on July 8. Rollins comes to Sugar Grove with over 23 years of experience in law enforcement. He served… Keep Reading

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Follow-up investigation leads to arrest of hit-and-run driver

SUGAR GROVE—Jay L. Pavey, 57, of Lincoln, Neb., has been charged by Sugar Grove Police with unlawful use or damage of a highway, failure to provide information following a traffic crash, over height, and violation of an oversize permit. The charges stem from a hit-and-run crash on March 19 in which the oversize load driven… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove awarded $400k grant

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Park District was recently awarded a $400k grant via the Open Space Land Acquisition and Development (OSLAD) grant to create a project which will provide recreational opportunities for the Sugar Grove community. A cooperative recreational project started by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources in 1986, the OSLAD grant has been an… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove Medallion has been hidden

SUGAR GROVE—The sixth annual Corn Boil Medallion Hunt is on. This year’s medallion has been hidden within Sugar Grove Township. The person who finds the medallion will be recognized during the Sugar Grove Corn Boil 2013 opening ceremonies, scheduled to take place on Friday, July 26. The victor will also receive a $50 cash prize.… Keep Reading

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