At the 160th Portage County Randolph Fair in Atwater, OH, a demolition derby driver examines his car after it was pushed up and onto a concrete barrier during his heat on August 21, 2018.
Cowboys who had already completed their ride watch the final bull rider at the Ennis Rodeo in Ennis, MT, on July 4, 2018. From 3700 Miles: Just Passing Through
Track athletes compete in various running events at the CWRU Invitational at Case Western Reserve University on April 20, 2019.
6/29/19 12:20:04 PM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- Oden Oraelosi and Parker Harris of Lexington react as Airport Chairman Bobby Craft sends his plane into a dive during the Young Eagles event at the Harrison County Airport.— Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
The base of the Coleman Glacier on Mt. Baker, WA, is seen as a rain storm approaches, August 3, 2018. According to Mauri Pelto, author of "North Cascade Glacier Retreat", the glacier retreated 1,443 feet between 1980 and 2006.
6/7/19 11:50:17 AM -- , Kentucky -- Aaron and Burnet Bastin are married at the Harrison County Courthouse by County Judge Executive Alex Barnett. Two of their children, Brantley (5) and Ryanne (3), attended the wedding. �We�ve been together for a few years and put it off. With this next one on the way I was like �let�s just go get this done,�� Burnet said, laughing after the ceremony. -- Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
6/15/19 6:49:09 PM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- Timothy Henry takes a short break as he works to replace his power steering pump in order to take his daughter, Alaina Henry, to the hospital. His girlfriend Heather noticed she had broken out in small red dots all over her body. � Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
After suffering a heart attack, Eva Rettig tells her husband Matthias to “go home and rest”, May 4, 2018, as her daughter Barbara (far left) and granddaughter Julianna visit her.
My grandparents pray during their daily devotions. Their faith has been an integral part of their lives.
7/1/19 7:47:04 AM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- Jay Sanders holds a pigeon that his German Shorthair dog Vivie retrieved. That was the first bird she had ever retrieved. Sanders trains his bird dogs at his home on Forest Lane, before and after work as Cynthiana Fire Chief, and also judges field trials.— Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
Amy Shaw naps on her couch after a long day teaching fifth grade at Camargo Elementary, KY, trying to rest before the high school football game that night. As a mother, cheer coach, fifth-grade teacher and pastor of her church, Amy’s days are filled to the brim, leaving little time for her to relax.
6/21/19 5:56:43 PM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- Bill Thomson sits in his house on the Grayland Farm. The farm has been in their family since 1790. � Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
6/20/19 9:26:08 PM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- From right to left; Brian Kinsey, Kelvin Winkle, Laura Winkle, Riley Grob, Micki Grob, Jamie Kinsey and Keith Grob react to giving the wrong answer and losing Trivia Night at Maiden City Brewery. � Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
Kent State students wait in line to walk and receive their diplomas during fall commencement on Dec. 15, 2018.
6/15/19 6:13:07 PM -- Cynthiana, Kentucky -- Timothy Henry works to replace his power steering pump in order to take his daughter, Alaina Henry to the hospital. His girlfriend Heather noticed she had broken out in small red dots all over her body. � Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling
Eleven-year-old Adelrahman Nofal, from Gaza, thinks about how to say “water-cooler” in English after his teacher, Hanadi Mujahed, asks. Adelrahman, nicknamed Abood, came to the United States in late August, 2018, to receive a prosthetic leg after he was shot by an Israeli solider while playing soccer at a protest near the border of Israel and Gaza. From Abood
Thomas Rettig sits on his bed in his apartment in Kent, Ohio, April 29, 2018. Above the head of his bed hangs a painting of the Good Shepherd. His family is deeply religious. “When he was confirmed, he could say the whole Lord’s Prayer and the Creed. He would talk. Now… he won’t even talk,” his mother Eva Rettig said.
7/4/19 1:01:48 PM -- Berry, Kentucky --Stanley Tumey stands atop a trailer full of tree cuttings from a tree that had partially fallen at the Pythian Grove Cemetery along County Road 1054. It did not fall on any grave stones. � Photo by Nathaniel Bailey, 2019 Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling