Cody Wolf, 15, and Grant Pund, 12, both of Dale, Indiana pause to listen for squirrels as they walk down the railroad tracks while hunting near their homes. "It's a lot better than watching TV," Wolf said about hunting. The two usually wake up early on weekends and get to the woods while it's still dark to wait for their quarry to start moving, and then return in the afternoon.
Firefighters gave a final salute to Kenneth Lau, of Huntingburg, as his hearse passed underneath an American flag draped between the aerial ladder trucks from the Huntingburg and Jasper fire departments Wednesday afternoon in Huntingburg. Lau, who passed away Saturday, was a volunteer firefighter for the Huntingburg Volunteer Fire Department since 1973 and secretary/treasurer for District 18 of the Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association.
Controlled burn, Midland, Mich.
House fire, Concord, N.H.
Central Michigan University freshman Dan Lajorie, center, and freshman Jakob Russell, top right, work on clearing rooms during a MOUT, military operations in urban terrain, exercise.
Aidan Rozema, 12, of Grand Rapids watches the sun at the Grand Rapids Public Museum in Grand Rapids during the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. In Grand Rapids, the moon covered around 80 percent of the sun at 2:22 p.m.
Gussie Farris of Grand Rapids watches presidential election results from The Mitten Brewing Company as she gathers with local Democrats in Grand Rapids on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. "I just don't know how I'm going to function if Trump wins," she said.
Clare Mangin, 12, left, and Lauren Lorey, 11, both of Dubois, play in the Dubois Community Park while the Dubois Quasquicentennial celebration took place nearby on the park grounds.
Naomi Watanabe of Ann Arbor stands on the beach in the Bay City State Recreation Area, on her birthday. "I just wanted to escape Ann Arbor," Watanabe said. She is on her winter break from her graduate studies at Eastern Michigan University.
Faith Monaghan, 5, vacuums at Bean Me Up, a coffee shop in Coleman, after the store closed on Oct. 29, 2013. The Monaghan children take turns helping out their mother, Ann Marie, around the coffee shop.
National Guard deployment, Midland, Mich.
Ed Haynack, a WWII veteran and a member of the American Legion Post 404 Honor Guard, prepares to put the U.S. Army flag in its stand after a medal ceremony to honor two other WWII veterans. U.S. Congressman Dave Camp presented WWII medals to U.S. Army Retired Technician Robert S. Jenkins and U.S. Air Force Private First Class Anthony Gallardo at the ceremony.
Midland County Fair queen, Sara Reisinger, 18, of Freeland, is roped by friends during the fair.
Quinceañera, Huntingburg, Ind.
The Dale Fall Fest queen, Molly Chidester, 16, left, and her court, Kelsey Kaetzel, 17, Cecilia Oxford, 18, and Megan Byers, 18, had the honor of being the first team into the mud on Saturday at the annual Dale Fall Fest hog wrestle.
Cindy Morris walks into the ring alongside, Shannon, the show's African elephant, during a performance during the Midland County Fair in Midland, Michigan.