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Bev Horne

Staff Photographer
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Bev Horne, staff photographer in the DuPage office, has been with the Daily Herald since 1990. She freelanced with the Herald for a year before going full-time. She belongs to Illinois Press Photographers Association and National Press Photographers Association. Bev has won awards in AP, IPPA and Lisagor, including a first place for a story on international adoption. She graduated from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb with a bachelor's degree in journalism and a minor in German.

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Images: An Hour in Wheaton

Apr 11 2015 | 9:50 am - I spent an hour one afternoon taking photos in Wheaton. I spent most of my time near downtown and Wheaton College. What I like about these areas are the historic looking buildings, including the old courthouse. I also went to Memorial Park and...

The joy of rescuing and training Siberian huskies

Apr 04 2015 | 12:47 am - Several Siberian huskies are howling and barking at owner Noel Dagley. They know she is getting ready to attach them to a mushing rig, and they are excited to run. Dagley and her husband Mike have been rescuing, raising and training huskies for the...

Christmas video: Local kids share wishes with Santa

Dec 25 2014 | 7:30 am - With time running out to get their wish lists to the North Pole, youngsters have been lining up at area malls to cut out the middle man and chat directly with Santa. We hope Mr. Claus and his ever-helpful elves are paying close attention because...

Taste of Lombard opens five-day run

Jul 02 2014 | 6:32 am - Lombard-area residents keeping a close eye on their waistlines can be excused this week if they cheat just a little on their diets. The village’s Taste of Lombard opened Tuesday night and continues through Saturday at Madison Meadow Park near...

Moving Picture: Downers Grove man is world’s ‘most traveled’

Jun 06 2014 | 12:14 pm - Don Parrish of Downers Grove has visited all 193 U.N. countries, he has visited all states, provinces and regions within the countries and many important islands around the world. According to the website Mosttraveledpeople.com, he is the most...

‘Fabulous Frogs’ still in hiding in Elgin

Mar 29 2014 | 4:20 pm - On a normal spring day, visitors to the Burnidge Forest Preserve in Elgin would hear the mating chirps and croaks of the frogs, but due to the extreme weather this winter and spring, they are still dormant and buried under the mud. Nonetehless, a...

Fenton students get French lesson from Wolves player

Feb 26 2014 | 8:16 pm - Fenton High School students were able to say “bonjour” to one of the Chicago Wolves on Wednesday — and everybody knew what they were talking about. Alexandre Bolduc, a Montreal native and center for the Wolves, visited the...

Moving Picture: Wheaton couple entertain as President, Mrs. Lincoln

Feb 21 2014 | 3:38 pm - Max and Donna Daniels of Wheaton started out small by portraying the famous first couple in small community plays. But their fascination with President and Mrs. Lincoln has evolved into a steady stream of appearances at school and community events,...

St. James the Apostle celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Jan 30 2014 | 4:55 pm - Students from St. James the Apostle School in Glen Ellyn got a nice break from classes Thursday when four members of the Chicago Boyz Acrobatic Team paid a visit and showed off their gymnastics skills. Members of the acrobatic team, semifinalists...

Aurora cops honored for rescuing girl from frigid pond

Jan 10 2014 | 8:47 pm - The Fox Valley Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution on Friday recognized the heroics of seven Aurora police officers who last March pulled a girl to safety after the car in which she was riding plunged into a frigid pond.

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