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School Board discusses charter school concerns

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KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday held a public hearing on the charter school proposal submitted to the district by Virtual Learning Solutions (VLS). The board was also given a proposal presentation by a representative from K12, a management company that is seeking partnership with VLS.

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Local couple re-launches The Lodge on 64

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WASCO—The timing was perfect for husband-and-wife entrepreneur team Aaron and Kristie Perez as they were presented in late 2012 with the opportunity to become owners of The Lodge on 64 (formally known as Niko’s Lodge).

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Sterling is gold for KHS boys

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Knights rule NIB-12 indoor track at Sterling
kaneland—The Kaneland’s boys track squad amassed 107 points by the end of Saturday’s Northern Illinois Big XII Indoor conference meet housed by Sterling High School’s Westwood track.

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Indoor success

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KHS girls track takes 2nd at NIB-12 indoor meet
Kaneland—The number 100 has a nice round edge to it, especially when Kaneland girls track gets that edge.

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Return from state

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Five Kaneland Harter Middle School students qualified for IKWF State Wrestling Championship this year at the BMO center in Rockford, Ill.

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Swing shift | 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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Kaneland nine ready to reach previous heights
KANELAND—If Kaneland baseball has its way, the past stands to serve as the prologue to something bigger and better.

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Spring journey | 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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Softball squad eyes extending goal beyond regional title
Kaneland—With two-thirds of its Regional Championship lineup returning, the KHS softball team is preparing to show what it can do when Opening Day 2013 arrives.

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Immense size, talent | 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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Largest team in school history gears up for ’13
KANELAND—Kaneland High School boys track head coach Eric Baron has more reasons than ever before to feel good about his team’s prospects for the coming season.

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Back On ‘TRACK’ | 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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KANELAND—For Kaneland girls track, each season is a like a new generation.

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Turning the corner kick 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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After 4 trips to Regional finals, KHS looks to advance further
Kaneland—For four consecutive years, the Kaneland Lady Knights soccer contingent has made it to the regional final match, only to lose to Crystal Lake Central in 2009 and 2012, and Rosary in 2010 and 2011.

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Elburn Public Works Superintendent honored at Blackhawks game

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ELBURN—Elburn Public Works Superintendent John Nevenhoven served in the United States Navy for nine years of active duty before going on to college and marrying his wife Melissa.

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re-’Fleck’-tions from a head coach

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KHS alum P.J. Fleck prepares for 1st season as head coach in major college football
KANELAND—When asked about former Knight wideout P.J. Fleck, former assistant and current Kaneland High School head football coach Tom Fedderly said, “No one is going to outwork P.J.”

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Boys hoops’ journey ends at Spartans’ hand

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Fourth quarter sees fortune upended in 11-point regional loss
AURORA—If it weren’t for a tough fourth quarter, Kaneland boys basketball could be talking about a regional final in Aurora.

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Community Corner: The story of the Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival

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by Maria Dripps-Paulson,
Executive director, Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival

Once upon a time, a little girl grew up on a farm in rural Illinois. She loved the arts, but was never given the opportunity to go to an art museum or meet a “real” artist in person.

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