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Posted3/4/2018 10:00 PM
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Ryan Kichka, 5, of Naperville practices his archery while enjoying the warm weather at Blackwell Forest Preserve near Wheaton with his grandmother and uncle on Monday.
  Ryan Kichka, 5, of Naperville practices his archery while enjoying the warm weather at Blackwell Forest Preserve near Wheaton with his grandmother and uncle on Monday.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Lisa Thostenson, of Purrtopia Persians and Exotics takes one of her feline friends to the judging area Saturday during the 57th annual Lincoln State Cat Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles.
  Lisa Thostenson, of Purrtopia Persians and Exotics takes one of her feline friends to the judging area Saturday during the 57th annual Lincoln State Cat Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Parent educator Helen Lopez Strom talks about her new office space Monday at the new location for Centro de Informacion on Lin Lor Lane in Elgin. The location opened Monday.
Parent educator Helen Lopez Strom talks about her new office space Monday at the new location for Centro de Informacion on Lin Lor Lane in Elgin. The location opened Monday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Michele Golden, of Batavia, left, works out with fitness specialist Cassie Flotte at Delnor Health & Wellness Center in Geneva. At one time she was ready to get a heart transplant, but is now doing much better.
  Michele Golden, of Batavia, left, works out with fitness specialist Cassie Flotte at Delnor Health & Wellness Center in Geneva. At one time she was ready to get a heart transplant, but is now doing much better.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Ava Schrank, 13, of Ingleside, front, and Katie Bezak, 13, of McHenry view solidified polyurethene that was made in the lab during the seventh annual STEM for Girls event at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.
  Ava Schrank, 13, of Ingleside, front, and Katie Bezak, 13, of McHenry view solidified polyurethene that was made in the lab during the seventh annual STEM for Girls event at the College of Lake County in Grayslake.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Haidyn Schatz, 9, of Elgin wears virtual reality googles as she explores a technology fair at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin Wednesday. She came with her family for books but enjoyed to learning experience.
  Haidyn Schatz, 9, of Elgin wears virtual reality googles as she explores a technology fair at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin Wednesday. She came with her family for books but enjoyed to learning experience.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Susan Kenyon, left, and Amy Firore, both of Libertyville, participate in "Coloring Day" in downtown Libertyville Saturday.
  Susan Kenyon, left, and Amy Firore, both of Libertyville, participate in "Coloring Day" in downtown Libertyville Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Kim Vadner answers calls on the suicide prevention line at Suicide Prevention Services of America in Batavia.
  Kim Vadner answers calls on the suicide prevention line at Suicide Prevention Services of America in Batavia.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Joe Ullrich, of Gurnee hits onto a baggo game on the fifth hole during the 6th Annual Minigolf in the Library event at Grayslake Area Public Library. The Grayslake Area Public Library Foundation sponsored the fundraiser to purchase equipment for the new MakerSpace.
  Joe Ullrich, of Gurnee hits onto a baggo game on the fifth hole during the 6th Annual Minigolf in the Library event at Grayslake Area Public Library. The Grayslake Area Public Library Foundation sponsored the fundraiser to purchase equipment for the new MakerSpace.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Amber Rivera dresses as a pink bunny as she takes the plunge during the Fox Lake Polar Plunge at Lakefront Park. More than 300 people braved the icy water to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois.
  Amber Rivera dresses as a pink bunny as she takes the plunge during the Fox Lake Polar Plunge at Lakefront Park. More than 300 people braved the icy water to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Skylar Martinez, 5, of Daisy Troop 319 in Sugar Grove points to a car she is choosing to vote for in the design competion during Power Puff Girl Scout Pinewood Derby at the township building in Sugar Grove on Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018.
  Skylar Martinez, 5, of Daisy Troop 319 in Sugar Grove points to a car she is choosing to vote for in the design competion during Power Puff Girl Scout Pinewood Derby at the township building in Sugar Grove on Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
"American Idol" finalist Haley Reinhart, of Wheeling discusses her case with her lawyer, Carmine Trombetta, after court Monday for charges of misdemeanor battery at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Reinhart was found guilty of the charge involving an assault on a bouncer at Lamplighter Inn in Palatine.
  "American Idol" finalist Haley Reinhart, of Wheeling discusses her case with her lawyer, Carmine Trombetta, after court Monday for charges of misdemeanor battery at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Reinhart was found guilty of the charge involving an assault on a bouncer at Lamplighter Inn in Palatine.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Eric Totanes, of Naperville does a bit of fishing in an open water section of the Silver Lake at Blackwell Forest Preserve near Wheaton on Monday.
  Eric Totanes, of Naperville does a bit of fishing in an open water section of the Silver Lake at Blackwell Forest Preserve near Wheaton on Monday.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Nora Flickinger, 3, hugs her brother Ezra, 22 months, during Wonderful Ones Storytime at the Dundee Library in East Dundee Thursday. Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White passed out books to the kids before the story.
Nora Flickinger, 3, hugs her brother Ezra, 22 months, during Wonderful Ones Storytime at the Dundee Library in East Dundee Thursday. Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White passed out books to the kids before the story.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
I recently photographed girls state gymnastics at Palatine High School and noticed for the first time that one of the girls was using white chalk on her feet during the floor routine. White chalk is common at every gym where there are gymnastics as it improves grip strength and absorbs sweat. I have seen it used on hands and legs before, but never the bottom of the foot, which makes me think that she had a leg up on the rest of the competition. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
  I recently photographed girls state gymnastics at Palatine High School and noticed for the first time that one of the girls was using white chalk on her feet during the floor routine. White chalk is common at every gym where there are gymnastics as it improves grip strength and absorbs sweat. I have seen it used on hands and legs before, but never the bottom of the foot, which makes me think that she had a leg up on the rest of the competition. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Shana Volberding, of Streamwood and her daughter Sophia, 10, enjoy the sunny 63 degree weather Tuesday as they walk a group of dogs. Voldberding said that the pair walk dogs several times a week to help calm the animals.
  Shana Volberding, of Streamwood and her daughter Sophia, 10, enjoy the sunny 63 degree weather Tuesday as they walk a group of dogs. Voldberding said that the pair walk dogs several times a week to help calm the animals.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Miranda Marshall, of Crystal Lake holds twins Ainsley and Emersyn, both 18 months old, while she looks at the group photo taken of eighteen sets of twins under the age of 2 at Woodfield Mall Tuesday. District Manager of Cheery Hill, Michele Colorato is pictured far right, Manager Karina Zabeleta works the computer and Jeannette Gonzalez is holding the camera.
  Miranda Marshall, of Crystal Lake holds twins Ainsley and Emersyn, both 18 months old, while she looks at the group photo taken of eighteen sets of twins under the age of 2 at Woodfield Mall Tuesday. District Manager of Cheery Hill, Michele Colorato is pictured far right, Manager Karina Zabeleta works the computer and Jeannette Gonzalez is holding the camera.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The College of DuPage women's softball team normally practice inside this time of year, but took advangtage of Tuesday's warm weather to practice outside on the football field at the college in Glen Ellyn. The team has their first game at the end of March.
  The College of DuPage women's softball team normally practice inside this time of year, but took advangtage of Tuesday's warm weather to practice outside on the football field at the college in Glen Ellyn. The team has their first game at the end of March.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Artistic blown glass decor decorates the celling on the patio of the Drake Oak Brook Hotel. I found the mix of colors and designs very interesting. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
  Artistic blown glass decor decorates the celling on the patio of the Drake Oak Brook Hotel. I found the mix of colors and designs very interesting. This photo was published in the Perspective column in the print edition of the Daily Herald.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Ela Area Public Library patron Darlene Buschwald, left, of Hawthorn Woods, is assisted by circulation supervisor Laurie White Tuesday at the Lake Zurich library. Ela has joined a growing number of suburban libraries forgoing fines for overdue materials.
  Ela Area Public Library patron Darlene Buschwald, left, of Hawthorn Woods, is assisted by circulation supervisor Laurie White Tuesday at the Lake Zurich library. Ela has joined a growing number of suburban libraries forgoing fines for overdue materials.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Spaulding School student Bryan Morales, right, swings the rope for a classmate during Tuesday's Jump Rope for Heart at Spaulding School in Gurnee.
  Spaulding School student Bryan Morales, right, swings the rope for a classmate during Tuesday's Jump Rope for Heart at Spaulding School in Gurnee.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Vijay Gupta, founder of Street Symphony and a violinist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra, spoke to Waubonsie Valley High School students. "But at the same time I encourage you, I give you the same message that I was given, which is that you need to do what makes you leap out of bed in the morning. That's the only thing you have to do, you owe it to yourselves," Gupta said.
  Vijay Gupta, founder of Street Symphony and a violinist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra, spoke to Waubonsie Valley High School students. "But at the same time I encourage you, I give you the same message that I was given, which is that you need to do what makes you leap out of bed in the morning. That's the only thing you have to do, you owe it to yourselves," Gupta said.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Members of the Highland Middle School Choir perform at Butterfield School, which was one stop of their four-school tour Friday, Feb. 23. The Show Choir and the sixth grade choir showcased their work and encouraged younger students to join the various singing groups in middle school.
  Members of the Highland Middle School Choir perform at Butterfield School, which was one stop of their four-school tour Friday, Feb. 23. The Show Choir and the sixth grade choir showcased their work and encouraged younger students to join the various singing groups in middle school.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Veteran Glenda Battle performs a skit "I Just Want To Be Me" during the Veterans Creative Arts Festival on Thursday at the College of Lake County in Grayslake. The event was sponsored by the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Center and the CLC Veterans Students Club.
  Veteran Glenda Battle performs a skit "I Just Want To Be Me" during the Veterans Creative Arts Festival on Thursday at the College of Lake County in Grayslake. The event was sponsored by the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Center and the CLC Veterans Students Club.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Chico, the Lombard police dog, is officially retired and sold to handler Greg Sohr, during a ceremony in the community room at Village Hall. Chico has been instrumental in making 270 drug arrests and the seizing of over $5 million in cash and assets. Above, Roy Newton, Chief of Lombard Police, points to a special cake in honor of Chico.
  Chico, the Lombard police dog, is officially retired and sold to handler Greg Sohr, during a ceremony in the community room at Village Hall. Chico has been instrumental in making 270 drug arrests and the seizing of over $5 million in cash and assets. Above, Roy Newton, Chief of Lombard Police, points to a special cake in honor of Chico.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer

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