by U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-14)
In March of this year, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, located in my home district, announced the possible discovery of a new type of boson particle.
From the Editor’s Desk
This week, we provided extensive coverage of the contested races within the Kaneland communities.
We chose to publish our election coverage in Q&A format, in order to give for the candidates the opportunity to describe themselves and their views in their own words.March 31st, 2011 | Elburn Herald | 1 comment | Continued
With its Jan. 21, 2010, ruling on Citizens United v FEC, the United States Supreme Court overturned a longstanding ban on the use of corporate profits to fund political advocacy—a ban spawned decades earlier by bald, wholesale corruption in politics in this country.March 10th, 2011 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
Guest editorial by state Sen. Chris Lauzen 25th District
I am generally a gullible person, typically believing what people tell me. Age is tempering my natural inclination by teaching me that it is wiser to watch what people do, rather than to immediately believe what they say
With the continuing struggles of the economy and personal, business and governmental budgets continuing to tighten, we approach the Christmas holiday with a significant amount of stress that risks undermining why it is that we celebrate the season.December 25th, 2010 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
In the wake of scandal and corruption at the highest levels of government, Illinois lawmakers passed a law in 2009 bolstering the Freedom of Information Actâ€”a move designed to give everyday people access to important government information.November 18th, 2010 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued
First Sgt. Johannes S. Anderson ran into enemy fireâ€”his boots kicking up dirt, bullets whizzing by his body, heart pounding, sweat pouring out. But the 33rd Infantry Division soldier had to stop the machine gun that was killing his men. He leaped into the machine gun nest, killed the German crew, captured the weapon, and turned on the enemy. He returned to his wide-eyed troops with 23 prisoners of war.November 11th, 2010 | Elburn Herald | Comments Off | Continued