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From An Idea To A New Pool — What Has Been A 3-Year Journey

In 2013 the Elgin City Council was approached by a group of community members interested in the future of our local swimming pool. They asked...

Elgin City Council Approves New Pool Construction Plans

Following 30 minutes of questions from the audience and a presentation from a representative of Burbach Aquatics, LLC, the Elgin City Council approved plans...

Two-Mile Record Holder Dale Mackel Appreciates Effort Of Ryan Pelster

By Marie Meis Summer Intern, Elgin Review Before graduating from Pope John in 1982, Dale Mackel left a legacy. He set the boy’s track two-mile record...

Bargain Box Recipient Of Elgin Review Good Neighbor Award

The Elgin Review has selected as recipient of the 2016 Good Neighbor Award not an individual, but a business whose generosity has been felt...

Young-N-Lively Club Shows Dedication To Youth With Donations To Pool Fund

The Young-N-Lively group in Elgin works hard to maintain the city’s park areas. The do a spring and fall park clean up, plant flowers,...

Librarian Joyce Sullivan Announces Retirement

After thirteen years at the helm of the Elgin Public Library, current Library Director Joyce Sullivan is leaving her position. “I began in July of...

Father Burkhalter To Remember Parishes For Their Generosity

Six years of memories and fun mixed with hard work and some difficult decisions have been boxed up, hauled to Columbus and now await...

Welcome Home EHS, St. Boniface Alumni!

The last weekend in June is always one of anticipation in Elgin. Simply put — It’s “Alumni Weekend.” Elgin High School and St. Boniface High...

Elgin Vetch Days Activities Begin Saturday

Long anticipated and never duplicated, the annual Elgin Vetch Days celebration is just days away. Activities begin Saturday and will conclude Wednesday night. Some...

Meis, Stamp Among Veterans On Vietnam Honor Flight

Two men with local ties to the Elgin area were among more than 500 who flew to Washington, D.C., last week as part of...

School Board Approves East Parking Lot Construction

Meeting last week, the District #18 Board of Education moved forward on one project and put off “til next year” another project. The school board,...

Wickett “3-Peats” At Bull-A-Rama

“I think Elgin’s my place to actually get bulls rode,” Claiming he was in a slump, Norfolk bull rider Garrett Wickett won his third consecutive...

Memorial Day Observed With Programs At Local Cemeteries

Families and friends came to cemeteries near and far to honor and to remember fallen heroes and lost loved ones as part of Memorial...

“Last Dance” Is Saturday Night At Raeville Parish Hall

According to a history book on Raeville, the first Catholic settlers came in 1875. Seven years later, the first Catholic church was constructed and...

Elgin Businesses Lend Support For Pool Renovation Project

A community is only as strong as its citizens and businesses. Knowing this, Elgin businesses have also stepped up when it comes to the...

Salute To Beef 2016 — A Great Cookout Begins With The Right Cut Of...

As Americans re-ignite their passion for grilled burgers and steaks with the start of barbecue season, now is the time to brush up on...

Pool Has Special Memories For Staff Members; Opens May 30

The memories of summer days in the Elgin swimming pool are being shared around town as fundraising continues for the Elgin swimming pool renovation...

Story Time Begins June 1 At Library

By Joyce Sullivan Librarian Story time for 3-6 year olds will start on Wednesday, June 1 at 10 a.m. and last about 45 minutes. There will...

More Parking Possible On East Side Of EHS Gym

Persons coming to Elgin High School on a Friday night and finding no place to park may one day see that problem fade away. No...

Legion, VFW Make Large Donations To Pool Renovation Fund

“It’s another draw to our community”.  “(We’ve) always been a supporter of family, children and youth programs.” Those words, spoken by American Legion Post 229...