Sidney Ford, of Bingham, stretches before her drill team's performance at the State Drill Championships on Friday, February 1, 2013 at the UCCU Center in Orem.
Wilson Charles, a blind piano tuner, works on the Everett Street Tunes piano at the corner of Wetmore and Hewitt on August 11, 2010. Wilson, who is originally from Haiti, started playing the piano when he was 15 years old, and started tuning when he was in his mid-20s.
An Arlington firefighter walks through the smoke during a fire at the National Food Corporation egg processing plant in Arlington on November 10, 2010. The fire caused an estimated $1.5 million in damage.
Sage Norris of Uintah Basin kneels down for a quick prayer, surrounded by his fellow cowboys, before taking his turn at the Bull Riding event during the Utah High School Rodeo Finals in Heber City, Utah on June 13, 2013.
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A festival goer takes a break on the ground during the annual Festival of Colors at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah on Saturday, March 30, 2013. Thousands came out to the Temple, where there was live music and food, and the throwing of colored powder throughout the day to celebrate the holiday of Holi.
Aaron Torrance tries to discipline his son, Liam, 3.  After 15 years of escalating drug use - marijuana, meth, cocaine, OxyContin, and finally heroin - Torrance, 30, has gotten clean. He has regained sole custody over his two sons, Kaeden, 9, and Liam, after they were taken from him and their mother, who still struggles with drug use. When Torrance initially got the kids back, he said he was "overwhelmed. Stressed. I didn't know how to deal with them." That struggle continues daily for him, especially with Liam, who has not had a stable parental figure for the majority of his life. Torrance's attempts to establish himself as one is often met with resistance.
Tom Lewis, of Lehi, leads his horse down the slope with his nephew Will Lewis, 5,  during one of the family's cattle drives through Tickville, north of Saratoga Springs in Utah, on May 13, 2013.
Sister Natasha del sol Eucaristico Caycedo reads her bible as she waits for a pot of water to boil while cooking lunch on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at the home in Lindon where she and Sister Teresa de Jesus Ventura are staying while they're in Utah. The Sisters are 35-year-old Catholic Nuns from Columbia, here for a couple months studying English and working with local Catholics. Back in Columbia, they're part of the Eucharistic Communicators from Heavenly Fathers, a community of 64 nuns who live on a farm, and who, in addition to daily prayer, farm their own food and produce spiritual TV programs. 

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Firefighters worked to put down a small fire that spread from the kitchen to the attic of a home at 1705 N. Valley Avenue in Peoria on Saturday, September 29, 2012. Here, water from a firefighter's hose sprays out of the attic window, at right, after the fire was put out.
Lawrence Ottow, left, mourns the death of his son, Rocky Ottow, at the site of the crash that occurred on September 17, 2011 on U.S. 2, east of Highway 9. Rocky Ottow was the driver of the green Ford Explorer at right, and Lawrence Ottow, who had been driving directly in front of the Explorer when the accident happened, saw it out of his rearview mirror. Three cars were involved in the crash, and six other people were injured.
Allen Thornhill, of Everett, kneels in prayer during worship at Destiny Life Church's Sunday morning service at the Historic Everett Theater on March 4, 2012.
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Karlin Lissa with her husband Wadi, right, and sons Denki, 8, left, and Amanwil, 13, back, at their Arlington home on December 16, 2010. The Lissas, including daughters Tiele, 5, and Bhaki, 2, not shown, had planned a trip back to their home country of Sudan for the holidays, but after travel warnings were issued for Sudan, they were forced to cancel. The Lissas came to the U.S. as refugees in 2000, leaving the rest of their family behind, and have not since been able to get back to Sudan to see them.
Greg Bisbey, 56, left, and his son Sam, 20, right, race against each other during the Pole Climbing event of the International Lumberjack show on August 28, 2010. Wearing trombone spurs that allow them to grip the wood as they climb, the racers run up the 70-foot high wood poles, the equivalent, Bisbey says, of running about 5 miles.
Lauren Mahoney, 9, of Lake Stevens, rides Sweet Pea on October 20, 2010 at the Mountain River Youth Ranch, a nonprofit that works out of the Faith Equestrian horse farm in Snohomish. The nonprofit pairs at-risk children with horses.
David Ricci, center, with brother, Tyler Perron, 13, and stepfather, Scott Perron, listens to Dr. Dave Hughes during his appointment at Cornerstone Prosthetics & Orthotics in Everett on October 21. David's leg was amputated after he was hit by a train in India last June. During the appointment, David was fitted with a temporary prosthetic, and took his first steps.
Laura Feir, 8, of Shoreline, cheers for Sloppy Joe, a pig, during the All-Alaskan Pig Races at the Evergreen State Fair on August 28, 2010.
Tamami Tam, center, breaks down after placing blueberries and popcorn - two of her daughter's favorite foods - around the memorial that she set up with her husband John, and son William, 10, right, for her 11-year-old daughter Grace, who died last year when a piece of ice broke off and killed her at the Big 4 Ice Caves in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The Tams and family friends hiked to the Ice Caves on July 31, 2011 in remembrance of Grace, and erected a cross in her honor at the spot where she died. Sunday was the first time that the Tams had been back since the accident.
Talia Smith, 5, of Seattle, leaps off a large log as Anthony Sausedo, 6, of Everett, left, and Teddy Ojeda, 6, of Snohomish, center, follow after her at the beach on Jetty Island on September 4, 2011.
Thousands of swifts circle the Frank Wagner Elementary School chimney before dropping into the chimney to roost on September 8, 2010. The birds were on their migration south, and that night, 14,293 swifts were counted entering the chimney.
Yesenia Escobar, 7, of Everett, takes a moment to mourn the death of Judy Garcia with her father, Alex Escobar, and mother, Roce, on July 21, 2010. Garcia, who was murdered on Sunday, baby-sat Yesenia since Yesenia was 1 year old, and Yesenia's family says Garcia was like a grandmother to her.
Nisse Fonseca meets his 3-week-old baby Cuper when the USS Abraham Lincoln returned to its homeport in Everett on March 24, 2011 after a 6-month deployment in the Western Pacific and U.S. Central Command areas of responsibility. Fonseca's wife, Sarah, looks on.