Ann Arbor resident Monica Fink poses wearing early 19-century clothing September 3 in the University of Michigan Law Library in Ann Arbor, Mich. Fink enjoys vintage clothing and utilizes social media such as blogging to share her passion.
Alma resident Frank Welling carries a bucket to mend a patch of fencing as his herd follows along single-file Sept. 21 in the field behind his home. In addition to having their own names, "they each have their own unique personality," Welling said."I sell the more rowdy ones, and breed the ones that are calm and friendly," he said. "The kids learn their temperament from their parents."
Army National Guard Sgt. Steven Riske embraces his daughter Kadyn, 3, after she greeted his return home with a small American flag August 26 in front of his High Street home in Mount Pleasant. Riske returned to his wife and three daughters after serving a nearly nine-month tour of duty in Kuwait. "He's been gone a long time," said his five-year-old daughter Gracelyn.
Umpire Darryl "Foul Ball" Albright looks on as Chelsea Monitor player Dan "Crusher" Williams swings at the ball during a 1860's style baseball game against Dexter Union Saturday afternoon on the lawn of Gordon Hall in Dexter. Chelsea Monitor won 18-5.
Ivan Paul, 8, of Rosebush recites the Pledge of Allegiance with his third-grade class Monday morning at Pullen Elementary School, 251 S. Brown St. The death of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was announced by President Barack Obama late Sunday night nearly a decade after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, bringing celebration to streets around the world. "I feel like a part of America," said Brecken Corp, 9, of Claire about how reciting the pledge makes him feel.
CMU Freshman defensive back Winslow Chapman, right, and sophomore offensive lineman Kevin Henry celebrate after beating Miami of Ohio in the final home game of the season Saturday at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. CMU won 30-16.
Ypsilanti resident Luke Stolarski floats on his back after jumping from a train bridge with his friend above the Huron River near Barton Nature Area Tuesday afternoon. "We're just hanging out trying to cool off," Stolarski said. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-90s through Wednesday.
Indiana resident Shaft Jones, left, trains with his son Jeremahl, 16, before fighting in the 132-pound weight class during the Junior Olympic Boxing regional championships Saturday afternoon at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Road.
Shepherd Tri-Township Fire Fighters and Mobile Medical Responders transport a woman who was critically injured in a two-car accident around 5:35 p.m. October 21 at the intersection of S. Summerton Road and E. Broomfield Road in Mount Pleasant. The woman was later air-lifted to Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Mich.
China graduate Xiaogan Wu holds a bouquet of flowers as he waits for his girlfriend China graduate Julie Zhang to leave class Wednesday afternoon on the first floor of Moore Hall. "I got in an argument with (Julie) this morning and I wanted to make up for it," Wu said. Wu proposed to her with a ring hidden in his pocket, but was rejected. "She wants to wait until we graduate (CMU) to decide," he said.
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