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  • Sergio Batista, of Aurora, does some target practice at the Blackwell Forest Preserve archery range as the sun starts to dip below the horizon. Batista has been shooting for about 3 years and does mostly target shooting, but is starting to get into hunting.

       Sergio Batista, of Aurora, does some target practice at the Blackwell Forest Preserve archery range as the sun starts to dip below the horizon. Batista has been shooting for about 3 years and does mostly target shooting, but is starting to get into hunting.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Paul Frisch, of Lake Forest, clears the snow from his car windows during the first snow fall of the season Monday near Cook Park in Libertyville.

       Paul Frisch, of Lake Forest, clears the snow from his car windows during the first snow fall of the season Monday near Cook Park in Libertyville.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Herschel Luckinbill, U.S. Navy veteran and chairman of the Moving Wall committee in Aurora, moves his hand over every name as he leads the final walk for veterans at the Moving Wall as part of the closing ceremony at West Aurora High School on Monday.

       Herschel Luckinbill, U.S. Navy veteran and chairman of the Moving Wall committee in Aurora, moves his hand over every name as he leads the final walk for veterans at the Moving Wall as part of the closing ceremony at West Aurora High School on Monday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Snow falls as a bugler plays taps during a Veterans Day ceremony Monday in North Aurora.

       Snow falls as a bugler plays taps during a Veterans Day ceremony Monday in North Aurora.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Bryan Morrison, 11, walks along South Windsor Drive in Arlington Heights as the snow begins to gather on Monday afternoon.

       Bryan Morrison, 11, walks along South Windsor Drive in Arlington Heights as the snow begins to gather on Monday afternoon.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Jim Walton, of Libertyville, gives his dogs, Liesl and Penne, a workout at the Lakewood Dog Exercise Area, Lake County Forest Preserve, in Wauconda. Here he has one of his Australian Shepards, Liesl, jumping for a Frisbee.

       Jim Walton, of Libertyville, gives his dogs, Liesl and Penne, a workout at the Lakewood Dog Exercise Area, Lake County Forest Preserve, in Wauconda. Here he has one of his Australian Shepards, Liesl, jumping for a Frisbee.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Tony Bono, of Huntley, casts his line in the waters at Sun City Huntley at dusk on Wednesday. "I am freezing and I haven't caught a thing," said Bono, "Which is crazy because this is the time the big ones are biting." Bono was hoping to catch a Northern or a Bass.

       Tony Bono, of Huntley, casts his line in the waters at Sun City Huntley at dusk on Wednesday. "I am freezing and I haven't caught a thing," said Bono, "Which is crazy because this is the time the big ones are biting." Bono was hoping to catch a Northern or a Bass.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Jacob Schmanke, of Elgin, right, and his brother Josh, of Aurora, try to stay warm after being the first to stand in line Wednesday outside Chick-fil-A in Vernon Hills waiting for its grand opening on Thursday. They joined 100 people on a cold, blustery morning and will receive free meals for a year as part of a promotion by the restaurant chain.

       Jacob Schmanke, of Elgin, right, and his brother Josh, of Aurora, try to stay warm after being the first to stand in line Wednesday outside Chick-fil-A in Vernon Hills waiting for its grand opening on Thursday. They joined 100 people on a cold, blustery morning and will receive free meals for a year as part of a promotion by the restaurant chain.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • A bicyclist rides along the Fox River in St. Charles as the sun sets Thursday evening.

      A bicyclist rides along the Fox River in St. Charles as the sun sets Thursday evening.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • As photojournalists we have to be ready to shoot in any weather condition. This boys soccer matchup between Grayslake Central and Antioch took place in a total downpour. The dark background accentuates the rain as this defender from Grayslake Central tries to stay warm by jumping. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edtion.

       As photojournalists we have to be ready to shoot in any weather condition. This boys soccer matchup between Grayslake Central and Antioch took place in a total downpour. The dark background accentuates the rain as this defender from Grayslake Central tries to stay warm by jumping. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edtion.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Fifth grade students Kate Barry, left and Maragret Stephenson, participate in a science program called Kids in Chemistry Thursday at Copeland Manor School in Libertyville.

       Fifth grade students Kate Barry, left and Maragret Stephenson, participate in a science program called Kids in Chemistry Thursday at Copeland Manor School in Libertyville.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • For the 5th consecutive year, Maine West High School students and staff assembled a half-mile long human chain to help stock a Des Plaines food pantry on Algonquin and Wolf Roads. "The students collected 7000 cans of food and toilet paper over the past week, and there are over 600 students and staff today participating in our Cans Across Des Plaines event," said student council sponsor Samantha Archer.

       For the 5th consecutive year, Maine West High School students and staff assembled a half-mile long human chain to help stock a Des Plaines food pantry on Algonquin and Wolf Roads. "The students collected 7000 cans of food and toilet paper over the past week, and there are over 600 students and staff today participating in our Cans Across Des Plaines event," said student council sponsor Samantha Archer.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Jaymes Parker, of St. Charles, and his daughter, Lucinda, 3-1/2, view the shark tank during the Chicago Aquatic Experience Show, held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Saturday.

       Jaymes Parker, of St. Charles, and his daughter, Lucinda, 3-1/2, view the shark tank during the Chicago Aquatic Experience Show, held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Brian Wroblewski, of Aurora, works on one of the six bikes in his garage Saturday afternoon. He was going to go for a ride, but it was raining.

       Brian Wroblewski, of Aurora, works on one of the six bikes in his garage Saturday afternoon. He was going to go for a ride, but it was raining.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Grayson Peterson, 6, of Wisconsin, stacks fully loaded Christmas boxes at Operation Christmas Child at Immanuel Church in Gurnee on Saturday. He was helping out his grandfather Doug Peterson who is from Lbertyville.

       Grayson Peterson, 6, of Wisconsin, stacks fully loaded Christmas boxes at Operation Christmas Child at Immanuel Church in Gurnee on Saturday. He was helping out his grandfather Doug Peterson who is from Lbertyville.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 

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