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Things to do this weekend December 30-January 2

Here are Lake County’s top things to do this weekend December 30-January 2. 1. 18th Annual Polar Bear Plunge in Waukegan ‘Tis the season to be freezin.’ Already Lake County has been hit with a lot of snow and low mercury temps. Kick 2017 off by chilling in the 18th Annual Polar Bear Plunge in […]

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Kid-Tivities in Lake County during Holiday Break

School’s almost out for the kiddies, and not a minute sooner with Hanuakh on Friday, Christmas on Saturday and Kwanzaa on Sunday. From December 26-January 8, there are plenty of kid-tivities in Lake County during holiday break. It is splendid to have the entire family together for the holidays, but the grown-ups need their time off […]

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Cross Country Skiing in LC

Time to blow the dust off those skis, winter has finally arrived and we can scoot through Lake County by cross-country skiing. It seems that January is the month where Lake County gets hit hard with snow. Wouldn’t you rather have a little tom-foolery in the snow rather than driving in it? Wouldn’t you rather explore […]

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Top 10 Places to Get a Christmas Tree in Lake County

“O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, how lovely are thy branches.” Have you been dragging your feet this year and haven’t picked up your family tree yet? No worries at all, because Lake County has got you covered. Christmas trees have a sort of je ne sais quoi. Every family needs something out of their […]

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Top 5 Shows of November in Lake County

It’s that time of month folks: The top 5 shows of November in Lake County. See them all! You may frolic with a toy soldier, embark on a magical journey to see a sugar plum fairy. You may switch bodies with a child as the child takes yours. It may be a beautiful and depressing […]

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NAVAL STATION GREAT LAKES, Ill., (September 11, 2009) -- Commander, U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM), Adm. Timothy J. Keating, inspects a ceremonial recruit drill squad during graduation at Recruit Training Command (RTC), the Navy's only boot camp. Keating was the Reviewing Officer at the weekly event where 11 divisions of 815 recruits graduated becoming the Navy's newest Sailors. U. S. Pacific Command area of Responsibility (AOR) encompasses about half the earth’s surface, stretching from the waters off the west coast of the U.S. to the western border of India, and from Antarctica to the North Pole. Keating and his staff are responsible for the protection and defense, in concert with other U.S. Government agencies, the territory of the United States, its people, and its interests. With allies and partners, USPACOM is committed to enhancing stability in the Asia-Pacific region by promoting security cooperation, encouraging peaceful development, responding to contingencies, deterring aggression, and, when necessary, fighting to win. This approach is based on partnership, presence, and military readiness. (U.S. Navy photo by Scott A. Thornbloom/Released)

Celebrate Veterans Day in Lake County

Today is Veterans Day. Mostly in Lake County, you will hear Non sibi sed patriae or Anchors away my boy due to Naval Station Great Lakes being in our backyard. On Veterans Day we celebrate the women and men in the United States that have fought valiantly to maintain our freedom. Some of these heroes are […]

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