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Sonia Campos-Marchiori, of Lyons brought her dog Reno to the Veterinary Specialties Center in Buffalo Grove. Reno is a service dog suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after he was nearly killed by a van that crashed and burned him. This will be the first time Doctor Eugene Lipov, who developed a procedure which helps veterans, uses the technique on a dog having the same symptoms as a human. Reno is sedated and wheeled into the operation room where he will be given a special shot that should help ease his suffering.
  Sonia Campos-Marchiori, of Lyons brought her dog Reno to the Veterinary Specialties Center in Buffalo Grove. Reno is a service dog suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after he was nearly killed by a van that crashed and burned him. This will be the first time Doctor Eugene Lipov, who developed a procedure which helps veterans, uses the technique on a dog having the same symptoms as a human. Reno is sedated and wheeled into the operation room where he will be given a special shot that should help ease his suffering.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Dustin Parrish, of Fairbury holds the Marine flag as he marches with over 85 others supporters bringing awareness to the community that over twenty veterans kill themselves a day around the country. They marched from Libertyville to Lake Villa, stopping at various checkpoints along the way for food and water.
  Dustin Parrish, of Fairbury holds the Marine flag as he marches with over 85 others supporters bringing awareness to the community that over twenty veterans kill themselves a day around the country. They marched from Libertyville to Lake Villa, stopping at various checkpoints along the way for food and water.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Sprague School students visit booths representing different countries during the Lincolnshire school's inaugural Cultural Diversity Day on Friday. Parent volunteers held activities including games, dancing, traditional art and playing musical instruments for students to experience.
  Sprague School students visit booths representing different countries during the Lincolnshire school's inaugural Cultural Diversity Day on Friday. Parent volunteers held activities including games, dancing, traditional art and playing musical instruments for students to experience.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Sonia Campos-Marchiori, of Lyons took her dog Reno to the Veterinary Specialties Center in Buffalo Grove for a procedure that should help him with post-traumatic stress disorder after he was nearly killed by a van that crashed and burned him.
  Sonia Campos-Marchiori, of Lyons took her dog Reno to the Veterinary Specialties Center in Buffalo Grove for a procedure that should help him with post-traumatic stress disorder after he was nearly killed by a van that crashed and burned him.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Jacobs High School senior Justin Lorenz wheeled out over 60 donated bikes that he collected for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dundee Township in Carpentersville on Thursday. Terrence Lampley, 15, tries out his new bike that he picked up at the donation center.
  Jacobs High School senior Justin Lorenz wheeled out over 60 donated bikes that he collected for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dundee Township in Carpentersville on Thursday. Terrence Lampley, 15, tries out his new bike that he picked up at the donation center.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
People drop their completed tickets into buckets as others add their information to their tickets under tents Wednesday for next week's final Queen of Hearts raffle at the McHenry VFW Post 4600.
  People drop their completed tickets into buckets as others add their information to their tickets under tents Wednesday for next week's final Queen of Hearts raffle at the McHenry VFW Post 4600.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Amanda Horvath-Adair, front, and Cheryl Jennison-Daproza perform with the Chicago-based Dancing Queen #ABBA Salute group during the Scandinavian Day Festival at Vasa Park in South Elgin Sunday.
  Amanda Horvath-Adair, front, and Cheryl Jennison-Daproza perform with the Chicago-based Dancing Queen #ABBA Salute group during the Scandinavian Day Festival at Vasa Park in South Elgin Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Christopher Lam, of Evanston celebrates as he wins the 4/5 criterium during the Winfield Criterium bicycle race, being held in conjunction with the Good Old Days Celebration Sunday.
  Christopher Lam, of Evanston celebrates as he wins the 4/5 criterium during the Winfield Criterium bicycle race, being held in conjunction with the Good Old Days Celebration Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Firefighter Hugh Waddington stands at attention as the flag bearers recess during a 9/11 ceremony in Palatine Tuesday.
  Firefighter Hugh Waddington stands at attention as the flag bearers recess during a 9/11 ceremony in Palatine Tuesday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
The Children of Abraham Coalition held their 7th annual 9/11 interfaith Potluck For Peace Tuesday at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights.
  The Children of Abraham Coalition held their 7th annual 9/11 interfaith Potluck For Peace Tuesday at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Linda Hanson, of Bartlett wipes away tears after hearing the account of Capt. John Schneidwind of the Schaumburg fire department, who told his story at the Schaumburg Business Association breakfast about his experience with his fellow firefighters at ground zero in New York.
  Linda Hanson, of Bartlett wipes away tears after hearing the account of Capt. John Schneidwind of the Schaumburg fire department, who told his story at the Schaumburg Business Association breakfast about his experience with his fellow firefighters at ground zero in New York.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Juanita Martinez, the director of the township's general assistance office Wayne Township food pantry, left, and Joan Mruk, President Former Wayne Township Trustee West Chicago, pose a table.
  Juanita Martinez, the director of the township's general assistance office Wayne Township food pantry, left, and Joan Mruk, President Former Wayne Township Trustee West Chicago, pose a table.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Aurora Police officers salute during Aurora's annual September 11 Memorial Ceremony Tuesday.
  Aurora Police officers salute during Aurora's annual September 11 Memorial Ceremony Tuesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Ryan Yantis was a major working in the Pentagon when it was attacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001. He shared his experiences at Naperville's 95th Street Library Monday.
  Ryan Yantis was a major working in the Pentagon when it was attacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001. He shared his experiences at Naperville's 95th Street Library Monday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
People stand in line Wednesday for tickets for next week's final Queen of Hearts raffle at the McHenry VFW Post 4600. Buyers shuffled in line around a field behind the post for 45 minutes to purchase tickets for the $7 million prize.
  People stand in line Wednesday for tickets for next week's final Queen of Hearts raffle at the McHenry VFW Post 4600. Buyers shuffled in line around a field behind the post for 45 minutes to purchase tickets for the $7 million prize.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Brittney Prehn lost her hearing completely in her right ear and partially in her left, and uses her hand to help as she talks to a reporter about being hit by lightning at the Country Thunder Music Festival in July.
  Brittney Prehn lost her hearing completely in her right ear and partially in her left, and uses her hand to help as she talks to a reporter about being hit by lightning at the Country Thunder Music Festival in July.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Brittney Prehn was talking on her phone when she was hit by lightning at the Country Thunder Music Festival in July.
  Brittney Prehn was talking on her phone when she was hit by lightning at the Country Thunder Music Festival in July.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Brandon Rhone, of ALICE Training Institute talks to representatives of nearly 20 churches in DuPage County gathered Thursday, at Calvary Church of Naperville for armed intruder safety training from experts including Firestorm, ALICE Training Institute (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) and Church Mutual Insurance Company.
  Brandon Rhone, of ALICE Training Institute talks to representatives of nearly 20 churches in DuPage County gathered Thursday, at Calvary Church of Naperville for armed intruder safety training from experts including Firestorm, ALICE Training Institute (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) and Church Mutual Insurance Company.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Wheaton Warrenville South's Grace Ellison squeals and turns away as a squirrel scampers over the eighth green as she lines up a putt at Glendale Lakes Golf Course in Glen Ellyn.
  Wheaton Warrenville South's Grace Ellison squeals and turns away as a squirrel scampers over the eighth green as she lines up a putt at Glendale Lakes Golf Course in Glen Ellyn.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
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