Sugar beet truck tips over off of Center Ave. and N. Madison Ave. Thursday, Sept. 25, in downtown Bay City. A truck carrying beets tipped over at the intersection of Madison and Center avenues in downtown Bay City, dumping part of its load onto a vehicle in the Alice & Jack Wirt Public Library lot. The incident occurred after 1 p.m.
A house fire started around 2:47 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 421 N. Van Buren St. in Bay City. A large plume of black smoke from the fire scattered surrounded streets. More than a dozen firefighters were on the scene, dousing the two-story home with water. A majority of the fire appeared to take over the entire second story of the home, but there were also flames visible on the first floor. Fire officials said no one was injured in the incident.
Pfc. Romney Lampson from Alpha Battery loads the Smoke Route ammunition into the M777 Ultralightweight Field Howitzer during a battery defense exercise on Thursday, July 17, during the Exportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) at Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center.
Taylor Shupe, bassist for The Lippies, stands in a sea of people during the after party of the 10 year anniversary Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival Saturday, Sept. 26, at Intermission Deli, 111 3rd Street in Bay City, MI. During the after party, Shupe listens to the whirlwind sounds of Nigel & the Dropout.
Pallbearers carry the body of Bay City soldier Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart after the funeral service Wednesday, Nov. 26, at St. Boniface Church, 501 Lincoln St. in Bay City.
Native Americans from various tribes prepare to enter the traditional and sacred dancing circle during the NAU Pow Wow Saturday, April 12, at the Walkup Skydome,1705 S. San Francisco Street in Flagstaff. The pow wow featured singers, drummers, dancers and vendors selling Native American jewelry and other items.
Flagstaff senior Bailey Stephens goes up for a layup against Shadow Mountain during the Division II State Championship game Saturday, March 2, at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, AZ. The Flagstaff Eagles fell to the Matadors 83-58.
Jack Frank, owner of Frank Farms Inc, 1845 Chip Rd, stands knee high in his corn field on Tuesday, July 1. Frank planted the corn seeds in the beginning of June.
In the 1950s and 60s, Route 66 highway brought hopes and dreams to those who were looking for a new life. Today, Route 66 has become a timeworn road. The historic highway spans from Chicago to Los Angeles — including a stop through Flagstaff, AZ. Roadside motels that were once a charming hallmark of Route 66 are now hard at work in search of steady business. The majority of the motels on the historic highway have now looked to offering weekly and even monthly rental options to stay afloat.
Ted Nez gathers chopped wood elders of the Nahata Dziil Chapter in the New Lands. Many people burn wood in order to keep down utility bills.
Alex Verdugo, left, and Cristian Gomez, of the Great Lakes Loons LA Dodgers Class A Affiliate, stand in prayer before a game against the Fort Wayne TinCaps Saturday, June 27 at Dow Diamond Stadium, 825 E Main Street in Midland, MI. As tradition, before every game the starting lineup formed a circle in prayer.
Mae Horseman is a former Navajo Nation judge and now serves on the local government of the Nahata Dziil Chapter in the New Lands. She says relocation was hardest on elderly Navajos like her mother because most had never lived in another place.
James “Jimmy” Allen, normally an infielder, pitched in two games and registered a strike out. Last season with the Great Lakes Loons, Allen finished with a .272 bating average, a .325 on base percentage, and hit 20 doubles.
Veteran Sgt. Elmer F. Gerish handles his wood cane, made by wood carver Vince Rosolowski, Friday, Nov. 7, in Bangor Township, MI. Rosolowski created the cane specifically for Sgt. Gerish, who served in the 88th infantry from 1942-1945, for his dedicated time of service. The cane is topped with an eagle’s head and decorated carefully with his name, rank, and details of his service.
Indiana's James Blackmon Jr., left, and Nick Zeisloft, right, sandwich Michigan State's Travis Trice, center, as he handles the ball Monday, Jan. 5, at the Breslin Center in East Lansing. Michigan State came out strong on both ends of the floor and dominated throughout in a 70-50 demolition of Indiana.
Garrett James Kennedy, catcher and designated hitter, was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 14th round of the 2015 MLB June Amateur Draft. Last season for the Great Lakes Loons, Kennedy finished with a .228 bating average, a .302 on base percentage, and hit 4 doubles.
Guard Taylor Leyva, guard Avonna Lee, forward Priscilla Brooks, guard Rene Coggins, forward Hunter Thomas, forward Bradlee Cotton, forward Catelyn Preston, and guard Brittani Lusain are the freshmen class for the 2013 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks women’s basketball team. The eight freshmen, who first came together in June, have wasted no time in gaining familiarity with each other.
Robert Bayer, Northern Arizona University senior, struggled with finding an affordable living situation on campus. Bayer resorted to renting out a room on a monthly basis at one of the dilapidated motels along Route 66. The often run down conditions and tenant safety has been a challenge. “There was a fight that broke out,” Bayer said. “Some guy was getting choked.”
Kindergarteners Darius Peshtony (right), age 6, attempts to catch snowflakes during the Chinese New Year Parade Friday, Jan 31, at the Flagstaff Jr. Academy Elementary School courtyard.