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    Legionnaire Larry Hyer of Lewiston pauses after placing a flag by the headstone of his father, Ira Hyer, who served in World War I. Each year, Hyer places flags on the grave markers of veterans in the Lewiston Cemetery. (Photo by Cody Gochnour)

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Avon teenager Addy Haviland poses with eight of the buckles along with the saddle she won competing at the Silver State International Rodeo in Winnemucca, Nevada last month. Along with the buckles and saddle, Haviland won a three-horse trailer for being the 2015 all-around cowgirl champion. (Portrait by John Zsiray)

Lucy Ellis talks about her experiences living in Cache Valley for 100 years at her home in Logan, Utah. (Photo by Eli Lucero)

Sandy Krambule walks outside her Nibley, Utah, home where she has planted hundreds of various perennials and annuals. Krambule shares her love of gardening with others. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Madi Funk grooms her horse, Macie, at her Paradise, Utah, home. The 16-year-old recently competed in High School National Finals Rodeo in Reined Cow Horse. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Cache Humane Society volunteer Julie Allen types as her seven-week-old puppy, Cinnamon, sniffs a clipboard at the center. In addition to volunteering at the Cache Humane Society, Allen fosters puppies, kittens, pregnant dogs and cats, and other animals that are in need of extra attention before they can be adopted. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Josie Tidwell, the National American Miss Utah Pageant winner, poses for a portrait in River Heights, Utah. (Photo by Eli Lucero)

In this 2011 portrait, Lucille Hansen sits in the Logan LDS Tabernacle. Hansen's idea to use the Logan Tabernacle as a music venue more often turned into the Summer Noon Music Series, which is a series of free performances hosted at the Logan landmark. (Portrait by Eli Lucero)

Steve and Dona Reeder stand on the newly renamed Steve and Dona Reeder Cross Country Course at Utah State University. Steve spent 35 years as a distance coach for the Aggies’ cross country and track and field programs. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Bryant Phelps rubs chalk onto his hands between lifts in garage of his Providence, Utah, home. The 13-year-old recently competed in a national weightlifting competition an took home several second-place awards. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Bryant Phelps goes lifts during a workout in the garage of his Providence, Utah, home. The 13-year-old recently competed in a national weightlifting competition an took home several second-place awards. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Merlin Humpherys changes a spark plug on a brush trimmer in the garage of his Smithfield, Utah, home. Humpherys was featured in The Herald Journal's "Good Neighbor" series. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Donald Daugs talks about his goji berry plants he grows in Young Ward, Utah. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Miss Cache Valley Morgan Flandro sorts through shoes in North Logan, Utah. Miss Cache Valley winners have collected thousands of shoes which will benefit areas in Africa. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Providence, Utah, teen Emilee Hamilton is one of 20 students nationwide to receive the GE Reagan Foundation Scholarship worth $40,000 in total. (Portrait by Eli Lucero)

Hyde Park, Utah, resident Mike Doxey poses with his 5-year-old silky terrier, Zoe. Doxey was the runner-up in the Rocky Mountain Power Act Wattsmart video contest with his entry “The Power to Save” that featured the family dog. (Photo by John Zsiray)

James Fritzler assembles a Netroid, a paper toy he designs that people can print and make at home. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Crossing guard Merrill Gould, while leaning against his 1993 Dodge Ram truck, talks about his 12 years helping students cross roadways at schools. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Colton Hugo, a junior at Sky View High School, does a preflight check on a Cessna 172 at the Logan-Cache Airport. The 17-year-old received his pilot's license in March after spending a year in the program offered by Leading Edge Aviation. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Cache Valley author Paul D. Parkinson's book “Unselfish: Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Selfie" is getting national attention. (Portrait by Eli Lucero)

Brad Hunt, manager of Hardware Ranch, enjoys wildlife and working with horses. Read more in this Herald Journal article. (Photo by Eli Lucero)

A graduate of Logan High School, Kate Jones now lives in Louisiana with her husband and three children. Jones has co-authored several cookbooks, including “400 Calories or Less with Our Best Bites,” with Sara Wells, a friend who lives in Boise, Idaho.

Historian Audrey Godfrey reflects on study of women in LDS Church. (Portrait by Eli Lucero)

Rebecca Watson makes jewelry from glass. She owns Providence Hill Glass. (Photo by Eli Lucero)

Linda and Gary Bradak talk about their marriage during an interview at the couple's Logan home. (Photo by John Zsiray)

Sen. Lyle Hillyard sits at his desk during the opening day of the Utah Legislature in Salt Lake City. This marks the start of Hillyard's 30th year with the Legislature. (Photo by Eli Lucero)