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  • Jocelyn Celaya, 5, of Aurora waits for her group to perform at the El Dia los ninos (The Day of the Children) event in Aurora on Saturday, April 25. Jocelyn is with the Mexican dance ensemble Ballet Folklorico Quetzalcoatl and just took up dancing three months ago.

       Jocelyn Celaya, 5, of Aurora waits for her group to perform at the El Dia los ninos (The Day of the Children) event in Aurora on Saturday, April 25. Jocelyn is with the Mexican dance ensemble Ballet Folklorico Quetzalcoatl and just took up dancing three months ago.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Dominic Genchi, a 2009 Burlington Central grad, consoles senior Jon Paul during the memorial around the flagpole at the high school for the late fellow student Jerry Martinez on Tuesday morning, September 29. Genchi and Paul were on the same hockey team together, the Central Hockey Club. Martinez died in a car accident in St. Charles.

       Dominic Genchi, a 2009 Burlington Central grad, consoles senior Jon Paul during the memorial around the flagpole at the high school for the late fellow student Jerry Martinez on Tuesday morning, September 29. Genchi and Paul were on the same hockey team together, the Central Hockey Club. Martinez died in a car accident in St. Charles.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Polly Thorne of Carpentersville digs through the remains of her bedroom looking for her cat Henry. The Thorne home was lost to fire Monday night.

       Polly Thorne of Carpentersville digs through the remains of her bedroom looking for her cat Henry. The Thorne home was lost to fire Monday night.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • A spectator holds a Twinkie as racers concentrate on getting through the rough whoop-de-doo section of the Chicago Cyclocross races at Carpenters Park in Carpentersville in November. Crowds also gathered on Heckle Hill to chant and wave cupcakes and money in an effort to distract the extremely fit, off-road bicycle racers. The competitors make several loops aroung the course and each race can last up to an hour. The expected heckling becomes more pronounced and creative as the day wears on.

       A spectator holds a Twinkie as racers concentrate on getting through the rough whoop-de-doo section of the Chicago Cyclocross races at Carpenters Park in Carpentersville in November. Crowds also gathered on Heckle Hill to chant and wave cupcakes and money in an effort to distract the extremely fit, off-road bicycle racers. The competitors make several loops aroung the course and each race can last up to an hour. The expected heckling becomes more pronounced and creative as the day wears on.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • A player makes a reaching attempt to save the ball during the IHSA state volleyball finals at Redbird Arena in Normal.

       A player makes a reaching attempt to save the ball during the IHSA state volleyball finals at Redbird Arena in Normal.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • A worker ant on its way to a flower bloom, still on the clock after sundown.

       A worker ant on its way to a flower bloom, still on the clock after sundown.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Texting away while waiting for her makeup to dry, St. Edward High School graduate Brandy Beauchamp of Hanover Park is prepped for her part in "A Chance in Hell" on February 5 in a business in Elgin. Beauchamp portrays a zombie nurse in the short film being produced in the Elgin area.

       Texting away while waiting for her makeup to dry, St. Edward High School graduate Brandy Beauchamp of Hanover Park is prepped for her part in "A Chance in Hell" on February 5 in a business in Elgin. Beauchamp portrays a zombie nurse in the short film being produced in the Elgin area.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • Sheena May, an emergency room technician at Centegra Hospital in Woodstock, wipes tears after seeing the pink fire truck with her boss, Laurie Parisi, who is currently being treated for cancer. "We're all like family." she said. The pink truck was on a nationwide tour to raise breast cancer awareness.

       Sheena May, an emergency room technician at Centegra Hospital in Woodstock, wipes tears after seeing the pink fire truck with her boss, Laurie Parisi, who is currently being treated for cancer. "We're all like family." she said. The pink truck was on a nationwide tour to raise breast cancer awareness.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • A young boy picks dandelions, clearly not interested in the action of a Huntley vs. Burlington Central baseball game in the spring of 2010.

       A young boy picks dandelions, clearly not interested in the action of a Huntley vs. Burlington Central baseball game in the spring of 2010.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • Loren Iwanicki of Batavia competes in the high jump as a runner warms up behind him on the track during Thursday's Western Sun Conference indoor track meet in Sycamore.

       Loren Iwanicki of Batavia competes in the high jump as a runner warms up behind him on the track during Thursday's Western Sun Conference indoor track meet in Sycamore.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • Emergency vehicles are engulfed by fans during Friday's victory parade for the Chicago Blackhawks following their Stanley Cup Finals win over Philadelphia.

       Emergency vehicles are engulfed by fans during Friday's victory parade for the Chicago Blackhawks following their Stanley Cup Finals win over Philadelphia.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • John Seaton, middle, of West Dundee, puts up his legs during the big wheel races in West Dundee on March 13.

       John Seaton, middle, of West Dundee, puts up his legs during the big wheel races in West Dundee on March 13.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • A woman walks past the burned garage and vehicles after a fire at 29W100 Hill Ct. in unincorporated West Chicago.

       A woman walks past the burned garage and vehicles after a fire at 29W100 Hill Ct. in unincorporated West Chicago.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • Jacobs pitcher Danny Paitl lets it fly against Crystal Lake South.

      Jacobs pitcher Danny Paitl lets it fly against Crystal Lake South.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Patrick Kane hoists the Stanley Cup during Friday's victory parade for the Chicago Blackhawks following their Stanley Cup Finals win over Philadelphia.

       Patrick Kane hoists the Stanley Cup during Friday's victory parade for the Chicago Blackhawks following their Stanley Cup Finals win over Philadelphia.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • Cadets with the Girls Scouts of Northern Illinois learned how to kayak on land before they took to the water putting their new skills to the test at The Hollows in Cary. 25 girls in grades six through eight were earning their Paddle, Pole and Roll interest project patch.

       Cadets with the Girls Scouts of Northern Illinois learned how to kayak on land before they took to the water putting their new skills to the test at The Hollows in Cary. 25 girls in grades six through eight were earning their Paddle, Pole and Roll interest project patch.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Isabella Rechtin and Ilana Greenstein, both 8 from Winnetka, play a game before the Halloween Hiawatha Ghost Story Train takes off from the Fox River Trolley Museum in South Elgin on a Saturday evening in October. The train took passengers to the end of the rail line where they were told ghost stories around a campfire.

       Isabella Rechtin and Ilana Greenstein, both 8 from Winnetka, play a game before the Halloween Hiawatha Ghost Story Train takes off from the Fox River Trolley Museum in South Elgin on a Saturday evening in October. The train took passengers to the end of the rail line where they were told ghost stories around a campfire.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Competitors in a cyclocross race in Carpentersville race through a downhill s-curve called Heckle Hill.

       Competitors in a cyclocross race in Carpentersville race through a downhill s-curve called Heckle Hill.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • A new American flag is raised by American Legion Post 57 members Don Sleeman, left, and Gordon Steinway (holding the flag at right) at Willow Lake in Elgin Monday morning after retiring the old flag that had flown over the community for the past 20-plus years.

       A new American flag is raised by American Legion Post 57 members Don Sleeman, left, and Gordon Steinway (holding the flag at right) at Willow Lake in Elgin Monday morning after retiring the old flag that had flown over the community for the past 20-plus years.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • Second-grader Jayden Johnson gets emotional as he receives a copy of the book "I Was Born on 9/11" along with classmate Madison Gats from authors Joyce Elliott, left, and Cindy Rodriguez after a reading at Louise White School Wednesday. The book was inspired by the two kids who were both born on Sept. 11, 2001. Elliot is a special education teacher at Louise White and Rodriguez is a paraprofessional at H.C. Storm.

       Second-grader Jayden Johnson gets emotional as he receives a copy of the book "I Was Born on 9/11" along with classmate Madison Gats from authors Joyce Elliott, left, and Cindy Rodriguez after a reading at Louise White School Wednesday. The book was inspired by the two kids who were both born on Sept. 11, 2001. Elliot is a special education teacher at Louise White and Rodriguez is a paraprofessional at H.C. Storm.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • St. Edward cheerleaders hoist Fred De La Cruz into the air for seven mid-air push ups after a touchdown is scored in the freshman vs sophomore powder puff game on September 23.

       St. Edward cheerleaders hoist Fred De La Cruz into the air for seven mid-air push ups after a touchdown is scored in the freshman vs sophomore powder puff game on September 23.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Cadet Starlet Bowlin, a student at Western Illinois University, makes an adjustment during placement of more than 1,700 flags for the Healing Fields event in Carpenter Park in Carpentersville. Each flag was placed as the name of an American MIA/POW soldier was read by members of the Dundee-Crown High School Honor Society.

       Cadet Starlet Bowlin, a student at Western Illinois University, makes an adjustment during placement of more than 1,700 flags for the Healing Fields event in Carpenter Park in Carpentersville. Each flag was placed as the name of an American MIA/POW soldier was read by members of the Dundee-Crown High School Honor Society.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Baylee Modaff, 7 of Naperville takes a break from setting up pig pens Tuesday to rest on two of her family's yorkshire pigs at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles. The Modaff family owns a farm south of Oswego, and spends their summers raising pigs and taking them to several local county fairs including Kane County and DuPage County Fairs. Baylee and her brothers show several different breeds during the fairs. Her mother Tracy said she and her husband grew up showing livestock at county fairs so they enjoy giving the same experience to their kids. "We say they're like country kids living in the city," Tracy said.

       Baylee Modaff, 7 of Naperville takes a break from setting up pig pens Tuesday to rest on two of her family's yorkshire pigs at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles. The Modaff family owns a farm south of Oswego, and spends their summers raising pigs and taking them to several local county fairs including Kane County and DuPage County Fairs. Baylee and her brothers show several different breeds during the fairs. Her mother Tracy said she and her husband grew up showing livestock at county fairs so they enjoy giving the same experience to their kids. "We say they're like country kids living in the city," Tracy said.
    CHRISTOPHER HANKINS | Staff Photographer

  • Lightning strikes west of downtown Geneva as two men hustle across 3rd Street at James Street Wednesday evening. The storms washed out the night of festivities at the annual Swedish Days.

       Lightning strikes west of downtown Geneva as two men hustle across 3rd Street at James Street Wednesday evening. The storms washed out the night of festivities at the annual Swedish Days.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • A.J. Sheehan, left, laughs as Ray Bohne leans in to tell him a story during a luncheon in honor of Pearl Harbor Day for WWII veterans hosted by VFW Post #1307 and American Legion Post #57 at the Elgin VFW Tuesday. Sheehan was in the Army and Bohne served in the Coast Guard. Both men live in Elgin.

       A.J. Sheehan, left, laughs as Ray Bohne leans in to tell him a story during a luncheon in honor of Pearl Harbor Day for WWII veterans hosted by VFW Post #1307 and American Legion Post #57 at the Elgin VFW Tuesday. Sheehan was in the Army and Bohne served in the Coast Guard. Both men live in Elgin.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Caylee Warpehoski of Bartlett suffers from hearing loss and muscular dystrophy. Her before-school hearing program at Independence Early Childhood Center in Bartlett was cut by the district for financial reasons. Caylee, who is five, is pictured with her sister Alyssa, 7, top.

       Caylee Warpehoski of Bartlett suffers from hearing loss and muscular dystrophy. Her before-school hearing program at Independence Early Childhood Center in Bartlett was cut by the district for financial reasons. Caylee, who is five, is pictured with her sister Alyssa, 7, top.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • Elvis impersonators congregate near the starting line of the Geneva Academic Foundation's "Viva Geneva!" 5K run and Youth Mile at the Kane County Government Center on October 2. Left to right are Willy Medina, race organizer, Jennifer Everhardus of Wilmette, and Aimee Vallero of Geneva.

       Elvis impersonators congregate near the starting line of the Geneva Academic Foundation's "Viva Geneva!" 5K run and Youth Mile at the Kane County Government Center on October 2. Left to right are Willy Medina, race organizer, Jennifer Everhardus of Wilmette, and Aimee Vallero of Geneva.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Marmion's Mark Peters makes a game-saving catch at the outfield wall to save a home run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh while clinging to a 7-6 lead over Burlington Central during Thursday's sectional semifinal in DeKalb.

       Marmion's Mark Peters makes a game-saving catch at the outfield wall to save a home run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh while clinging to a 7-6 lead over Burlington Central during Thursday's sectional semifinal in DeKalb.
    RICK WEST | Staff Photographer

  • Third grader Michael Masters uses some body language as he tries his best to spell the word October during a spelling bee Wednesday at St. John's Lutheran School in Algonquin. His classmate Abigail Smolinski did spell the word correctly, but forgot to capitalize the first letter so they both moved on to the next round. Abigail eventually prevailed as the third grade winner of the bee, which was part of Lutheran Schools Week activities.

       Third grader Michael Masters uses some body language as he tries his best to spell the word October during a spelling bee Wednesday at St. John's Lutheran School in Algonquin. His classmate Abigail Smolinski did spell the word correctly, but forgot to capitalize the first letter so they both moved on to the next round. Abigail eventually prevailed as the third grade winner of the bee, which was part of Lutheran Schools Week activities.
    CHRISTOPHER HANKINS | Staff Photographer

  • Ten-year-old Arthur Lyon of St. Charles holds up one of the six chickens his family owns. The Lyon family has joined a growing number of families raising chickens in their suburban backyards.

       Ten-year-old Arthur Lyon of St. Charles holds up one of the six chickens his family owns. The Lyon family has joined a growing number of families raising chickens in their suburban backyards.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • Suzy Sparacio of Naperville grins from ear to ear after her half-hour flight at Schaumburg Airport in a P51-C Mustang flown by Brad Lang, background, son of a Tuskegee Airman. Her flight was a 26th birthday present given to her by family friend David Mullins of Darien.

       Suzy Sparacio of Naperville grins from ear to ear after her half-hour flight at Schaumburg Airport in a P51-C Mustang flown by Brad Lang, background, son of a Tuskegee Airman. Her flight was a 26th birthday present given to her by family friend David Mullins of Darien.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Wheeling High School graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 6th.

       Wheeling High School graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 6th.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Maine West High School graduates race for cover as the school graduation ceremony was moved indoors as heavy rain came down 30 minutes into the ceremony on June 6th.

       Maine West High School graduates race for cover as the school graduation ceremony was moved indoors as heavy rain came down 30 minutes into the ceremony on June 6th.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Katie Stack looks into the hearse at the flag-draped casket of her husband, Marine Lance Cpl. James Stack at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling.

      Katie Stack looks into the hearse at the flag-draped casket of her husband, Marine Lance Cpl. James Stack at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Buffalo Grove Mayor Elliott Harstein does a parody of trustee Lisa Stone at a celebration for supporters in favor of Stone's recall from office.

       Buffalo Grove Mayor Elliott Harstein does a parody of trustee Lisa Stone at a celebration for supporters in favor of Stone's recall from office.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Cheering the results as they come in with Kirk pulling ahead are Barrington's Phil Bredeson, 22, and his friend James Zenn, 21, of Park Ridge as they wait for Mark Kirk to arrive and claim his election-night victory.

       Cheering the results as they come in with Kirk pulling ahead are Barrington's Phil Bredeson, 22, and his friend James Zenn, 21, of Park Ridge as they wait for Mark Kirk to arrive and claim his election-night victory.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Lee DeWyze laughs when the bell goes off as he begins singing at St. James Catholic School in Arlington Heights.

       Lee DeWyze laughs when the bell goes off as he begins singing at St. James Catholic School in Arlington Heights.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Sister Rose Bernadette, left to right, sister John Marie, and Mother Mary Patrick cheer on speakers at the Tea Party's Taxed Enough Already rally at Volunteer Plaza.

       Sister Rose Bernadette, left to right, sister John Marie, and Mother Mary Patrick cheer on speakers at the Tea Party's Taxed Enough Already rally at Volunteer Plaza.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Fans cheer during Friday's Stanley Cup victory celebration for the Blackhawks in downtown Chicago.

       Fans cheer during Friday's Stanley Cup victory celebration for the Blackhawks in downtown Chicago.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The Blackhawks Kris Versteeg celebrates after scoring the winning goal during game 2 of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs against Vancouver at the United Center.

       The Blackhawks Kris Versteeg celebrates after scoring the winning goal during game 2 of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs against Vancouver at the United Center.
    STEVE LUNDY | Staff Photographer

  • Lakes' right fielder Mike Hough makes a diving attempt for the ball during Friday's home game against Mundelein.

       Lakes' right fielder Mike Hough makes a diving attempt for the ball during Friday's home game against Mundelein.
    PAUL VALADE | Staff Photographer

  • Motocross riders appear to be flying over spectators heads during their practice Tuesday evening at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.

       Motocross riders appear to be flying over spectators heads during their practice Tuesday evening at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.
    STEVE LUNDY | Staff Photographer

  • A fire burned a barn to the ground at Golden Oaks Farm in Wauconda. Firefighters were hampered in containment of the fully-involved blaze due to high winds and lack of water hydrants in the area. Fire departments from as far as Waukegan and McHenry were called to assist in the fighting of the fire.

       A fire burned a barn to the ground at Golden Oaks Farm in Wauconda. Firefighters were hampered in containment of the fully-involved blaze due to high winds and lack of water hydrants in the area. Fire departments from as far as Waukegan and McHenry were called to assist in the fighting of the fire.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Joakim Noah, left, Derrick Rose, and Carlos Boozer joke around as they pose for pictures during the Chicago Bulls Media Day at the Berto Center in Deerfield.

       Joakim Noah, left, Derrick Rose, and Carlos Boozer joke around as they pose for pictures during the Chicago Bulls Media Day at the Berto Center in Deerfield.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Peg Sennett, left, has relocated and opened her Barker Shoppe Dog Grooming Salon after fire damaged the downtown Antioch business last week. The shop is set up in the rear of Hairaphernailia whose owner, Kathi Thompson, gives Peg a hug Monday.

       Peg Sennett, left, has relocated and opened her Barker Shoppe Dog Grooming Salon after fire damaged the downtown Antioch business last week. The shop is set up in the rear of Hairaphernailia whose owner, Kathi Thompson, gives Peg a hug Monday.
    PAUL VALADE | Staff Photographer

  • About 7500 sailors create a living U.S. flag Monday at Great Lakes Naval Station on Flag Day. The event was in preparation for the centennial celebration for the naval base next year.

       About 7500 sailors create a living U.S. flag Monday at Great Lakes Naval Station on Flag Day. The event was in preparation for the centennial celebration for the naval base next year.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Steve Barg with the Liberty Prairie Conservancy releases one of the swallows from his hand at the Oak Openings natural area Friday near Grayslake.

       Steve Barg with the Liberty Prairie Conservancy releases one of the swallows from his hand at the Oak Openings natural area Friday near Grayslake.
    PAUL VALADE | Staff Photographer

  • Round Lake's Matt Baum dives for a ball in center field during their game at Grayslake North Monday.

       Round Lake's Matt Baum dives for a ball in center field during their game at Grayslake North Monday.
    STEVE LUNDY | Staff Photographer

  • St. Charles East assistant coach Mark Pereda hugs Brandon Rubino after winning the 112-pound championship match during state wrestling finals in Champaign in February.

       St. Charles East assistant coach Mark Pereda hugs Brandon Rubino after winning the 112-pound championship match during state wrestling finals in Champaign in February.
    STEVE LUNDY | Staff Photographer

  • A wetland area is covered in snow as the sunsets on a Grayslake farm as snows cover the countryside around Lake County.

       A wetland area is covered in snow as the sunsets on a Grayslake farm as snows cover the countryside around Lake County.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Mayor George Pradel shows Evan Lysacek a sign that will be up at the school as Lysacek returns to Neuqua Valley High School as part of Evan Lysacek Day in Naperville on Friday.

       Mayor George Pradel shows Evan Lysacek a sign that will be up at the school as Lysacek returns to Neuqua Valley High School as part of Evan Lysacek Day in Naperville on Friday.
    BEV HORNE | Staff Photographer

  • John Vent carries a box of toys out from his flooded home on Illini Drive in Carol Stream on Monday. He went through the same thing after a flood two years ago.

       John Vent carries a box of toys out from his flooded home on Illini Drive in Carol Stream on Monday. He went through the same thing after a flood two years ago.
    BEV HORNE | Staff Photographer

  • Naperville Central players celebrate after beating St. Rita in the state championship game.

       Naperville Central players celebrate after beating St. Rita in the state championship game.
    PAUL MICHNA/PMICHNA@DAILYHERALD.COM

  • Marine Corporal Danny Degrenier of Lombard arrives home after missing four Christmas celebrations while serving in Afghanistan.

       Marine Corporal Danny Degrenier of Lombard arrives home after missing four Christmas celebrations while serving in Afghanistan.
    TANIT JARUSAN | Staff Photographer

  • Glenbard West's Maddie Morris, top, tags out Wheaton North's Paige Wilson at second base in the third inning.

       Glenbard West's Maddie Morris, top, tags out Wheaton North's Paige Wilson at second base in the third inning.
    TANIT JARUSAN | Staff Photographer

  • Jill Markussen, right gets a hug from her neighbor Tina Bibergall, left, in the front of her Wheaton home which was damaged by fire.

       Jill Markussen, right gets a hug from her neighbor Tina Bibergall, left, in the front of her Wheaton home which was damaged by fire.
    TANIT JARUSAN | Staff Photographer

  • Naperville Mayor George Pradel screams "Happy New Year!" during the Bubble Bash at the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.

       Naperville Mayor George Pradel screams "Happy New Year!" during the Bubble Bash at the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.
    PAUL MICHNA/PMICHNA@DAILYHERALD.COM

  • Anthony Keener of Glenbard North makes a dive for the ball but just misses during a baseball game against Naperville Central.

       Anthony Keener of Glenbard North makes a dive for the ball but just misses during a baseball game against Naperville Central.
    BEV HORNE | Staff Photographer

  • Sammy Condon of Naperville Central leaps into the air as she celebrates a point won against Wheaton Warrenville South during girls volleyball in Wheaton.

       Sammy Condon of Naperville Central leaps into the air as she celebrates a point won against Wheaton Warrenville South during girls volleyball in Wheaton.
    BEV HORNE | Staff Photographer

  • Diamond Thompson, left gives a hug to Whitney Adams, both of Montini after they beat Trinity in Class 3A supersectional girls basketball Monday at Loyola University in Chicago.

       Diamond Thompson, left gives a hug to Whitney Adams, both of Montini after they beat Trinity in Class 3A supersectional girls basketball Monday at Loyola University in Chicago.
    BEV HORNE | Staff Photographer

 

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