New stores open in the Commons

New stores open in the Commons

By: Shelby Harper, Editor

November 21, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Showcase

As you drive on Randall Rd. in Geneva, you pass by Randall 15, Portillo’s and the Geneva Commons. You normally see the big stores in Geneva that stand out such as Hollister, American Eagle and other popular stores. Recently, the town of Geneva is opening new stores to the public. Geneva Commons...

Culver’s open for business in Sugar Grove

Culver’s open for business in Sugar Grove

By: Sam Gomes, Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Showcase

The highly anticipated Culver’s opened in Sugar Grove on Monday afternoon Oct. 23. The new building was packed with people from all around the Kaneland community as people waited to see what the new business had to offer. “I knew it was opening night, but I didn’t expect to wait over a half h...

KHMS hosts fourth annual Kolor Run

KHMS hosts fourth annual Kolor Run

By: Gianna Provenzano, Reporter

October 26, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Showcase

Kaneland Harter Middle School held their fourth annual Kolor Run fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 22. About 120 people registered for the run, and all have some tie to the Kaneland community. There was a 35 dollar fee for the run, which included a Kolor Run shirt, a goody bag, bananas, pizza, and a ...

Annual Fine Arts Festival

Annual Fine Arts Festival

By: McKenna Mosley, Reporter

April 19, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Showcase

On Sunday, April 9, Kaneland High School hosted the 2017 Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Students, teachers, artists and volunteers attended the festival to view all the art on Sunday. Multiple artists appeared at the festival and showed off previous art work and even wor...

Sugar Grove Public Library teen programs

Sugar Grove Public Library teen programs

By: Thomas Eastham, Reporter

February 23, 2017


Filed under Community

Whether you have some down time in your schedule or want to get out and make some new friends, the Sugar Grove Public Library offers a range of programs for kids of all ages.  Genna Mickey is the head of these programs. Mickey has been running the teen library programs since last August, she is t...

Rise up, wise up, eyes up: Student takes a stand for immigrants

Rise up, wise up, eyes up: Student takes a stand for immigrants

By: Ava Mandele, Editor in Chief of Web

February 16, 2017


Filed under Community

On February 16, 2017 immigrants across the Chicago area, and all over the U.S, are participating in “A Day Without Immigrants” . “A Day Without Immigrants” is a campaign meant to send a message to President Trump, who has spoken passionately about plans to close the border between Mex...

Business booming in Sugar Grove

Business booming in Sugar Grove

By: Amanda Malawski, Editor

February 15, 2017


Filed under Community, News

New businesses are coming to Sugar Grove. Among them are Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, Culver’s and Paisano's Pizza & Grill. Dunkin Donuts is going to be located across from Jimmy John's on Route 47, and it is still under construction. Starbucks, a competitor of Dunkin Donuts, is going to be located i...

HorsePower’s yearly bowling fundraiser coming February 25

HorsePower’s yearly bowling fundraiser coming February 25

By: Abril Salinas, Reporter

February 8, 2017


Filed under Community, News

On Saturday, Feb. 25 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., HorsePower will be hosting it's 5th annual bowling fundraiser at St. Charles Bowl. Their goal this year being to raise $30,000. “A lot of our riders have been in therapy their whole life. My son started when he was 14 months old, and it often feels lik...

Harter Middle School students get involved in the Rosedale Freedom Project

Harter Middle School students get involved in the Rosedale Freedom Project

By: Ava Mandele, Editor-in-Chief of Web

January 10, 2017


Filed under Community, News

During the January 9, 2017 board meeting Superintendent Dr. Todd Leden recognized a group of Harter Middle School students for their contributions with the Rosedale Freedom Project. Rosedale, Mississippi is a small town with only 1,800 residents that borders the Mississippi River. In the past, Rosed...

Key Club host Trunk or Treat in the high school parking lot

Key Club host Trunk or Treat in the high school parking lot

By: Ava Mandele, Editor-in-Chief of Web

October 5, 2016


Filed under Community, News, School, Showcase

On Saturday October 22, the Kaneland Key Club is hosting their first Trunk or Treat for all the kids of the community. The festivities will begin at 2 p.m. and end at 4 p.m. The event will include donated concessions for the guest. Kids will have the opportunity to go around to each car and get candy,...

Cheryl Krauspe resigns from the Kaneland school board

Cheryl Krauspe resigns from the Kaneland school board

By: Karina Sanchez, Editor

September 30, 2016


Filed under Community, News, School

As of Sept. 12, 2016 Kaneland board member, Cheryl Krauspe has resigned from her seat on the board. Cheryl Krauspe was a board member for 11 and half years, where she took her spot on the board very seriously by doing her homework on important matters, as well as being a part of meetings, where she w...

Knights battle DeKalb in the homecoming game

Knights battle DeKalb in the homecoming game

By: Shelby Harper, Reporter

September 26, 2016


Filed under Community, News, School, Sports

On Friday September 23, the Kaneland Knights battled a hard and intense game against the DeKalb Barbs. The Knights played their hearts out against one of the biggest rivals. In the first quarter the Knights and Barbs tackled, sprinted and scored touchdowns, the Barbs took the lead with a score of 0-7. ...

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