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Susan Sarkauskas

Staff Writer
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Susan Sarkauskas started work at the Daily Herald in 1990 as a copy editor on the Neighbor desk; was an assistant city editor in the DuPage County bureau; then returned to the Neighbor production staff as the Daily Herald expanded into Elgin and Tri-Cities areas.

Responsibilities included editing copy, designing pages and, for several years, writing features about local houses of worship. In 2007, she became a reporter for the Tri-Cities, North Aurora and Kaneland areas. Before coming to the Daily Herald, Sarkauskas worked for several years for the Suburban LIFE Graphic newspaper as a reporter. Sarkauskas grew up in Woodridge, and now calls Batavia home. She is a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. In her spare time, Sarkauskas has served on the governing council for her church, and was co-director for 10 years of its vacation Bible school. For several years, she was an advisory member of the board of a parochial school.

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Feb 14 2017 | 7:15 pm - Geneva aldermen are willing to rebate nearly $235,000 in sales tax rebates for the redevelopment of an old paint store for a new, larger Nosh restaurant and a beauty salon.

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Feb 11 2017 | 4:33 pm - Sugar Grove trustees gave direction this week on how big they think a new village hall should be, but stressed they still have questions on how to pay for it.

Curiosity propels competitors at Grayslake Science Olympiad

Feb 11 2017 | 5:56 pm - The annual Grayslake Invitational Science Olympiad buzzed Saturday with hundreds of middle-school students putting their knowledge of science and engineering to the test.

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