ELBURN—If you’ve crossed Route 38 and Route 47 in Elburn recently, you may have noticed something strange near the McDonald’s.
Kaneland—Much like the ball off a drive, the Knights’ golf team’s fortunes keep going up and forward.
KANELAND—If only every week could be as successful as this one for Kaneland High School tennis.
KANELAND—Fellow Northern Illinois Big XII (NIB-12) schools must be shaking their collective heads when it comes to the prospect of facing Kaneland football.
KANELAND—It’s a given that any Northern Illinois Big XII matchup on the soccer pitch is the furthest thing from a guarantee, regardless of record.
Mia, Katherine, Sarah, Matthew, Josh and Ty (left to right) are students at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary School. They are helping to promote the annual John Stewart Fall and Winter Clothing and Toy Sale.
Carlee and Charlie (Sherri and David Shepard) are award-winning clowns who are married and have been clowning together since 1995. Last week, they traveled the town promoting the circus in their clown car, “Otto” (right). The circus event was one day only, Sept. 19, and sponsored by the Elburn Leos Club.
As of Monday, Oct. 1, the Elburn Herald/Kaneland Publications Inc. will have a new home: the Elburn and Countryside Community Center.
KANELAND—Kaneland High School teacher Bridget Sweeney had gotten used to dealing with cancer.
Twenty years ago, when she was a high school senior, she was diagnosed with a malignant soft tissue sarcoma in her right arm.
Knights’ passing attack works with defense in 34-6 win at Rochelle
ROCHELLE—Knights football is making road quests feel like home.
That’s how good they’ve been playing.
KHS racketeers sweep the Rochelle Quad field
KANELAND—Once the end of the school week hits, many a student would just like to take a breather.
Kaneland High School tennis would just rather take opponents’ breath away.
ROCHELLE—That’s how you get back on an even keel.
The Lady Knight volleyball outfit needed a way to solidify its Northern Illinois Big XII standing at the early outset of the conference slate.
YORKVILLE—It wasn’t a good time for the first Northern Illinois Big XII loss of the 2012 campaign, nor was it to the expected team.
ELBURN—To say that Elburn resident Erin Schaefer has quickly moved up the ranks of health club ownership would be an understatement.
ELBURN—Three men came together with their families on Saturday to mark a day they shared 68 years ago. The three World War II U.S. Navy veterans, stationed in the Phillippine Islands during the war, had stormed the island of Peleliu on Sept. 15, 1944.
KHS girls XC team proves it belongs among top tier
Kaneland—As hundreds of runners and spectators descended on Elburn Woods Saturday for the annual Kaneland Eddington Invitational, the Kaneland High School Lady Knight cross country team proved it has what it takes to be among the top teams in the state.
Boys XC team sets numerous personal records at Eddington
Kaneland—Across the board, the KHS boys cross country team stepped up in a big way for one of the biggest races of the year, the annual Larry Eddington Invitation at Kaneland’s home course at Elburn Woods.
Rushing, D just the combination for 41-0 win at Streator
STREATOR, Ill.—You’ll have to excuse the Kaneland Knights’ football squad for being defensive.
KANELAND—Over the past several years, Kaneland volleyball has made numerous strides.
But even a program that has amassed back-to-back 19-win seasons will still have its problems with fellow established clubs.
ELBURN—Jason Cornell is a fighter.
Some people, like Jason’s wife and his best friends, would say he’s stubborn, but it seems to have served him well. Multiple Sclerosis and cancer are formidable foes, and he needs all the fight he can muster.