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  1. Biancalana, Brasick enter Hall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Daily Chronicle

    Biancalana is a long time NCAA and high school coach, while the 7-foot tall Brasick played for Flanagan and made back-to-back state tournaments in 1982 and 1983 . Biancalana is currently coach at DeKalb after a 22-8 season with the Barbs, while Brasick is a Genoa resident who works in the Daily Chronicle's advertising department.

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  2. First Artigras event a colorful celebration of art, communityRead the original story

    Saturday May 2 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – With a top hat and a booming voice, Brian Sprague welcomed spectators to DeKalb's first Artigras parade on Saturday. As Master of Artigras, Sprague's duty was to get spectators and parade participants excited as he led the arts parade.

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  3. Biancalana, Brasick enter HOFRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Daily Chronicle

    Biancalana is a long time NCAA and high school coach, while the 7-foot tall Brasick played for Flanagan and made back-to-back state tournaments in 1982 and 1983 . Biancalana is currently coach at DeKalb after a 22-8 season with the Barbs, while Brasick is a Genoa resident who works in the Daily Chronicle's advertising department.

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  4. Prep track and field: Sycamore wins Gib Seeger Track and Field Classic, DeKalb takes thirdRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Daily Chronicle

    Danielle Guerra - dguerra@shawmedia.com DeKalb pole vaulter A.J. Petersen clears 11' 3" on Friday, May 1, 2015, at Sycamore's Gib Seegers Track and Field Classic. Danielle Guerra - dguerra@shawmedia.com DeKalb's Tony Tate reaches during long jump on Friday, May 1, 2015, at Sycamore's Gib Seegers Track and Field Classic.

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  5. Prep softball: DeKalb uses big first inning to blow past SycamoreRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKalb's Tayler Garland and Abby Taylor celebrate after Taylor scored in the third inning Friday against Sycamore at Northern Illinois University. DeKalb won, 10-1.

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  6. Police: DeKalb woman stabbed husband with steak knifeRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – A DeKalb woman was released on a $1,000 bail after she stabbed her husband with a steak knife, police said. Tia Gentry, 27, of the 900 block of Crane Drive, DeKalb, was charged with domestic battery and aggravated domestic battery after she was arrested by DeKalb police on April 23. If convicted of the most serious charge, aggravated domestic battery, Gentry could face probation or up to five years in prison.

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  7. DeKalb Public Library hosts annual a SW ExtravaganzaaRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 26 | Daily Chronicle

    John Morgan Navis, 4, runs to catch up with his brother, Jackson Navis , 2, both dressed as Ewoks, during Saturday's "SW Extravaganza" at the DeKalb Public Library and the First United Methodist Church of DeKalb. Luke Oland, 5, dressed as a young Obi-Wan Kenobi, plays with his balloon light saber made by Proton Tattoo during the Star Wars-themed library event.

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  8. DeKalb police come together for pancake breakfastRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 26 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKalb police Lt. Tracy Smith makes biscuits for the The DeKalb Police Benevolent and Protective Association's annual pancake breakfast Sunday in the kitchen of the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1336 E. Lincoln Highway, DeKalb.

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  9. DeKalb Kiwanis celebrates organizationa s 100th anniversaryRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 26 | Daily Chronicle

    Kiwanis members pose for a group photo Sunday as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Kiwanis' founding at the DeKalb Sports and Recreation Center, 1765 S. Fourth St., DeKalb. DeKALB – When Jack Goodrich joined the DeKalb Kiwanis in 1972, the organization's biggest project was to run the local haunted house for Halloween.

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  10. DeKalb crime drops in most categoriesRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – Violent crime hit a 10-year low in the city of DeKalb in 2014, according to data released this week by DeKalb Police. The numbers show drops in certain types of crimes, such as robberies, which saw a 52 percent year-over-year decline, and motor vehicle theft, which fell 38 percent.

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  11. DeKalb Public Library hosts 'SW Extravaganza' to celebrate 'Star Wars'Read the original story

    Apr 25, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    John Morgan Navis, 4, runs to catch up with his brother, Jackson Navis , 2, both dressed as Ewoks, during Saturday's "SW Extravaganza" at the DeKalb Public Library and the First United Methodist Church of DeKalb. Luke Oland, 5, dressed as a young Obi-Wan Kenobi, plays with his balloon light saber made by Proton Tattoo during the Star Wars-themed library event.

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  12. Soccer: DeKalb wins BarbFest, Vaughn-Low named MVPRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – It was a wet and windy Saturday for Barbfest, but that didn't dampen the DeKalb girls soccer team in the championship game against Yorkville, defeating the Foxes, 4-0, for the title in the Barbs' tournament. The Barbs won two games last week in the tournament's opening round, then beat Belvidere earlier Saturday morning for the spot in the first-place game.

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  13. Roman concedes 7th Ward race to incumbent O'LearyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – Behind by a single vote, challenger Craig Roman conceded the 7th Ward race Friday to incumbent DeKalb City Council Alderwoman Monica O'Leary. Roman had considered seeking a recount, but said he wanted to bring the matter to a close a day after the April 7 election results were certified at the DeKalb County Administration Building in Sycamore.

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  14. Our View: Thumbs-up to NIU students giving back to communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    Thumbs-up: To Northern Illinois University students helping the community. Last weekend, about 800 student volunteers helped with cleaning up and beautifying 75 different sites in DeKalb, Sycamore and Cortland.

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  15. Notice sent to Gwendolyn Brooks parents over aggravated battery arrestRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – A DeKalb man was charged with aggravated battery and reckless driving for allegedly hitting a woman with a car and battering her about 6 a.m. Friday morning. Gwendolyn Brooks Elementary School officials notified parents of the arrest near the school Friday afternoon.

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  16. Group plans long-term aid for FairdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKALB – As emergency responders and aid organizations withdraw, a new committee has been established to assist the families of Fairdale and surrounding areas long after the initial relief phase ends. The Kishwaukee United Way and the DeKalb County Community Foundation have partnered to establish the DeKalb County Disaster Recovery Fund, a pass through fund which will be used by the newly developed DeKalb County Long-Term Recovery Committee to support recovery and rebuilding efforts for DeKalb County residents.

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  17. Ideal Industries OKa d for heavy manufacturing in new Sycamore locationRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    DeKalb County Economic Development Corporation luncheon attendees, led by Ideal employee Ron Schlarb, were split up into nine groups and given tours of the Sycamore plant in May 2014. SYCAMORE – Ideal Industries is taking steps to ensure its new facility at the Sycamore Prairie Business Park area is respectful to its neighbors.

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  18. Opportunity House spotlightRead the original story

    Apr 23, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    The Opportunity House employment spotlight for April is Kevin Koch. Kevin works as a bagger and cart attendant at Schnuck's in DeKalb.

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  19. Eric Olson: Hitting children teaches nothingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    Physical pain is not “the only thing they understand.” Beating children with your hands, a belt or a paddle doesn't “teach them a lesson.” Saying that they're getting a “whooping” doesn't change what you're actually doing: Hitting a defenseless child. Whacking children doesn't make them tougher or somehow better equipped to deal with the real world, and it doesn't make them more respectful.

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  20. Castle Club plans trip to The FiresideRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2015 | Daily Chronicle

    Members of Castle Bank's Castle Club are planning a trip to The Fireside in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, on June 24 for one of Wisconsin's favorite shows – "Guys on Ice." Fred Alley's wildly popular tale of the secret world of ice fishermen is a sure-fire hit wherever it plays.

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