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Photos of the Month October 2018

By Messenger photo by Joe Duty | Published Saturday, November 3, 2018

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Finally Home

FINALLY HOME – Kay Crawford stands next to Army Sgt. First Class Philip Oliver as the remains of her father, James K. Park, were brought home. Park was killed in Germany in World War II, and his remains were positively identified and returned stateside after 74 years. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Big Cat

BIG CAT – A tiger rests on a perch at the Center For Animal Research and Education. The facility received five exotic cats earlier this month. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Headed to Nationals

HEADED TO NATIONALS – Jarrett Blessing, a McCarroll Middle School teacher, ropes a steer in preparation for the National Steer Roping Finals. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Adding to Trophy Case

ADDING TO TROPHY CASE – Boyd volleyball players celebrate their victory in the bi-district round of the playoffs. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Cheery Support

CHEERY SUPPORT – The Chico cheerleaders led the support for breast cancer survivors during the school’s Pink Out at the football game. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

On the Run

ON THE RUN – Slidell’s Hunter Horner makes his way around the 5K course at the Wise County Fairgrounds during the Reunion Run. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

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