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  • Burt, right, a capuchin monkey, rides Sccoby Blue, as Bobo rides Sasha, during the Banana Derby Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.

       Burt, right, a capuchin monkey, rides Sccoby Blue, as Bobo rides Sasha, during the Banana Derby Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • 7-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, is shown a squad car by Ofc. Mike Martin while being "Cop-For-A-Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.

       7-year-old Adam Brodersen, of Palatine, is shown a squad car by Ofc. Mike Martin while being "Cop-For-A-Day" at the Buffalo Grove police department.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Local police officers stand at attention during the Lake County Police Memorial at Lincoln Memorial Plaza in Waukegan. Sometimes looking beyond the obvious can make for a nice shot. I like the way the shadows of the officers tell the story. This photo was published the the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.

       Local police officers stand at attention during the Lake County Police Memorial at Lincoln Memorial Plaza in Waukegan. Sometimes looking beyond the obvious can make for a nice shot. I like the way the shadows of the officers tell the story. This photo was published the the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Homeowner/spokesman Stuart Bieber tries to calm angry residents of Blackhawk Estates, in Des Plaines, as they protest management's treatment of residents.

       Homeowner/spokesman Stuart Bieber tries to calm angry residents of Blackhawk Estates, in Des Plaines, as they protest management's treatment of residents.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Monica Tipperreiter, playing Lily, stands backstage as she finally gets to take the stage in the musical The Secret Garden.  Monica missed her stage debut because of her brain tumor ordeal early in the school year.

       Monica Tipperreiter, playing Lily, stands backstage as she finally gets to take the stage in the musical The Secret Garden. Monica missed her stage debut because of her brain tumor ordeal early in the school year.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Ava Lilke, 12, Izabella Boniak, 5, and Kaelynn Woloszyk, 5, all of St. Charles, left to right, lie in the grass underneath a tree at Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles on Monday. The girls are part of the park district's summer camp, and the counselors tried to keep them cool by playing games underneath shade trees.

       Ava Lilke, 12, Izabella Boniak, 5, and Kaelynn Woloszyk, 5, all of St. Charles, left to right, lie in the grass underneath a tree at Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles on Monday. The girls are part of the park district's summer camp, and the counselors tried to keep them cool by playing games underneath shade trees.
    Brooke Herbert Hayes | Staff Photographer

  • 17-year-old Randi Meyer, of Wadsworth, cleans her goat as people set up for the Lake County Fair in Grayslake Tuesday.

       17-year-old Randi Meyer, of Wadsworth, cleans her goat as people set up for the Lake County Fair in Grayslake Tuesday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Former major leaguer Jim Thome speaks about a balanced batting stance to participants attending the White Sox Silver Slugger Camp for boys and girls at Lisle's Community Park.

       Former major leaguer Jim Thome speaks about a balanced batting stance to participants attending the White Sox Silver Slugger Camp for boys and girls at Lisle's Community Park.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Bareback Bronc rider Michael Rankin, of Lake Geneva, lasts several seconds before being thrown to the ground during the Latting IPRA Rodeo at the DuPage County Fair.

       Bareback Bronc rider Michael Rankin, of Lake Geneva, lasts several seconds before being thrown to the ground during the Latting IPRA Rodeo at the DuPage County Fair.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Bill Miller, of Union, works on detaching the 500 pound head of a 25-foot-tall wood sculpture of Revolutionary War soldier that's been on display since 1976 on the front lawn of Custom Furniture in St. Charles Wednesday. The soldier is being dismantled piece by piece and will be taken to a carpentry studio in Elgin, where it will be restored. Clint Carey who bought the soldier, plans to put it on his property sometime in the spring.

       Bill Miller, of Union, works on detaching the 500 pound head of a 25-foot-tall wood sculpture of Revolutionary War soldier that's been on display since 1976 on the front lawn of Custom Furniture in St. Charles Wednesday. The soldier is being dismantled piece by piece and will be taken to a carpentry studio in Elgin, where it will be restored. Clint Carey who bought the soldier, plans to put it on his property sometime in the spring.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Anna Payton is the executive director of the Naperville Area Humane Society. Here, she visits with Babs, a two-year-old pit bull terrier, who was rescued from Oklahoma after a tornado.

       Anna Payton is the executive director of the Naperville Area Humane Society. Here, she visits with Babs, a two-year-old pit bull terrier, who was rescued from Oklahoma after a tornado.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • The Barbed Wire Betties, DeKalb's Roller Derby League team, instruct kids about skating safety during the Safety Camp for Kids at Elburn Lions Club on Tuesday. The two-day camp was free for kids ages 7-10 and taught them about how to stay safe in a variety of situations.

       The Barbed Wire Betties, DeKalb's Roller Derby League team, instruct kids about skating safety during the Safety Camp for Kids at Elburn Lions Club on Tuesday. The two-day camp was free for kids ages 7-10 and taught them about how to stay safe in a variety of situations.
    Brooke Herbert Hayes | Staff Photographer

  • Kaylie Shaya, 7, of Des Plaines, casts a big smile as she sits with her classmates in teacher Athena Apostolakis 2nd grade class on her first day back to school at Ridge Family Center for Learning District 59 on Wednesday in Elk Grove Village.

       Kaylie Shaya, 7, of Des Plaines, casts a big smile as she sits with her classmates in teacher Athena Apostolakis 2nd grade class on her first day back to school at Ridge Family Center for Learning District 59 on Wednesday in Elk Grove Village.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Bartlett Commander Michael McGuigan demonstrates the inhaler during officer training of the use of a new heroin overdose nose spray Tuesday at Mundelein Police Department. The Lake County Sheriff's Office and the Lake County State's Attorney's Office is working in conjunction with area police departments to train every officer in the use of the spray.

       Bartlett Commander Michael McGuigan demonstrates the inhaler during officer training of the use of a new heroin overdose nose spray Tuesday at Mundelein Police Department. The Lake County Sheriff's Office and the Lake County State's Attorney's Office is working in conjunction with area police departments to train every officer in the use of the spray.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Mundelein High School graduate Monica Tipperreiter is back on the stage in her dream role in the musical "The Secret Garden."  Tipperreiter had the role this past spring but was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After her surgery she is back as the school is producing the musical again this summer.

       Mundelein High School graduate Monica Tipperreiter is back on the stage in her dream role in the musical "The Secret Garden." Tipperreiter had the role this past spring but was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After her surgery she is back as the school is producing the musical again this summer.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comMonica Tipperreiter, playing Lily, stands backstage just before her curtain call all smiles as she finally gets to take the stage in the musical The Secret Garden.  Monica missed her stage debut because of her brain tumor ordeal early in the school year.

      Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comMonica Tipperreiter, playing Lily, stands backstage just before her curtain call all smiles as she finally gets to take the stage in the musical The Secret Garden. Monica missed her stage debut because of her brain tumor ordeal early in the school year.

  • Veteran Lee Urbasic, of Palatine, claps to the music of the Great Lakes Naval band "Horizon" during the Lake County Fair on Thursday at the the fairgrounds in Grayslake. Thursday was designated as Veterans Day and free admission was given to veterans.

       Veteran Lee Urbasic, of Palatine, claps to the music of the Great Lakes Naval band "Horizon" during the Lake County Fair on Thursday at the the fairgrounds in Grayslake. Thursday was designated as Veterans Day and free admission was given to veterans.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Raj Zaveri, left, sings with the Grayslake North Pirate Choir as they entertain during the Lake County Fair on Thursday at the fairgrounds in Grayslake. Thursday's events featured Veterans Day, the Pro Rodeo Stampede, sheep shearing demonstrations, the Banana Derby and more.

       Raj Zaveri, left, sings with the Grayslake North Pirate Choir as they entertain during the Lake County Fair on Thursday at the fairgrounds in Grayslake. Thursday's events featured Veterans Day, the Pro Rodeo Stampede, sheep shearing demonstrations, the Banana Derby and more.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Ricardo Arroyo, of Elgin, with 9-month-old Leymar on his shoulders, stroll the amusement park on the final day of Streamwood Summer Celebration.

       Ricardo Arroyo, of Elgin, with 9-month-old Leymar on his shoulders, stroll the amusement park on the final day of Streamwood Summer Celebration.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Marlena Streffenhagen, of Rockford, sleeps with her cows Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.

       Marlena Streffenhagen, of Rockford, sleeps with her cows Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • 13-year-old Max Sanders, of Lindenhurst, rides a mechanical bull Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.

       13-year-old Max Sanders, of Lindenhurst, rides a mechanical bull Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • John Bauer, of Lake Zurich, drives his tractor with his dog Isabell Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.

       John Bauer, of Lake Zurich, drives his tractor with his dog Isabell Friday at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Deegan Forbes, 4 and his sister Kylie, 8, of Lake in the Hills, get their aunt's great dane Logan ready before the dog and cat show at the Algonquin Founders' Days festival in Algonquin Lakes Park on Friday. Logan won in the biggest dog category.

       Deegan Forbes, 4 and his sister Kylie, 8, of Lake in the Hills, get their aunt's great dane Logan ready before the dog and cat show at the Algonquin Founders' Days festival in Algonquin Lakes Park on Friday. Logan won in the biggest dog category.
    Brooke Herbert Hayes | Staff Photographer

  • Customers talk to April Kochman who sells jewelry as part of the city's Young Entrepreneurs program at the Aurora farmers markets.

       Customers talk to April Kochman who sells jewelry as part of the city's Young Entrepreneurs program at the Aurora farmers markets.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Caitlyn Grobe, 9, of Sugar Grove, chows down on an ear of corn at the Sugar Grove Corn Boil on Friday night. She has been coming every year since she was born.

       Caitlyn Grobe, 9, of Sugar Grove, chows down on an ear of corn at the Sugar Grove Corn Boil on Friday night. She has been coming every year since she was born.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Sara Torres, 14, of South Elgin, dances in her 20's flapper dress outfit with the rest of her group in the Streamwood Summer Celebration parade on Saturday.

       Sara Torres, 14, of South Elgin, dances in her 20's flapper dress outfit with the rest of her group in the Streamwood Summer Celebration parade on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The Walgreens Dragon Boat team, Pharma-Seas, out row the other Dragon Boat teams for victory at the Walgreens Chicago International Dragon Boat Festival at Lake Arlington on Saturday.

       The Walgreens Dragon Boat team, Pharma-Seas, out row the other Dragon Boat teams for victory at the Walgreens Chicago International Dragon Boat Festival at Lake Arlington on Saturday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Competitors kick up dust while negotiating a turn during the "Mow Down Showdown" lawn mower races at Lake County Fair in Grayslake Saturday.

       Competitors kick up dust while negotiating a turn during the "Mow Down Showdown" lawn mower races at Lake County Fair in Grayslake Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Cesar Salceda, 18, tunes his bass guitar as his band "The Choice" prepares to take the stage Sunday at the Illinois Battle of the Bands regional competition at the Algonquin Founders Days Festival at Algonquin Lakes Park. The experimental indie rock band is from Chicago.

       Cesar Salceda, 18, tunes his bass guitar as his band "The Choice" prepares to take the stage Sunday at the Illinois Battle of the Bands regional competition at the Algonquin Founders Days Festival at Algonquin Lakes Park. The experimental indie rock band is from Chicago.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

 

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