Moira Richmond, 14, left and Sasha Mills, 14, right change shoes before performing with fellow Ardan Irish Dancers during the 2016 Michigan Irish Music Festival on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016 at Heritage Landing in Muskegon, Mich. (Shannon Millard | MLive.com)

Moira Richmond, 14, left and Sasha Mills, 14, right change shoes before performing with fellow Ardan Irish Dancers during the 2016 Michigan Irish Music Festival on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016 at Heritage Landing in Muskegon, Mich.

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Britain Shay, 5, and Emily Frost, 7 run back to the bleachers as Chinooks take off at the Airborne Review at Sicily Drop Zone on May 26, 2016 on Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C.

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Melissa Morin, left, Susana Delangarza and Luzarco Delagarza, right, break down in tears at the vigil for their family member, Joseph Valdez, who died after a fatal stabbing at the 1100 block of Warren Avenue in Victoria, Texas on June 19, 2014. (The Victoria Advocate)

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Dancers in the Ewe Associates perform at the Second Annual African World Peace Festival in downtown Fayetteville on Person Street on Saturday, July 26, 2016. The theme of the event was One People, One Community, One Fayetteville.

Dancers in the Ewe Associates perform at the Second Annual African World Peace Festival in downtown Fayetteville on Person Street on Saturday, July 26, 2016. The theme of the event was One People, One Community, One Fayetteville.

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More than 55 pre-kindergartners in the Great Start Readiness Program from Doyle Ryder, Eisenhower and Potter classes crossed the stage Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Mott Community College Auditorium to receive a certificate of completion. Students were given

Doyle Ryder Elementary Pre-K teacher, Kathy Hall adjusts a students tassel on her cap as more than 55 pre-kindergartners in the Great Start Readiness Program from Doyle Ryder, Eisenhower and Potter classes crossed the stage Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Mott Community College Auditorium to receive a certificate of completion. Students were given a free book after the transition celebration ceremony that was themed Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Shannon Millard | MLive.com

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Margaret Willis Elementary Principal, Peggy Raymes, receives a group hug from Ms. McKenney's second grade class after a ceremony for her and Ms. Bonita whom are both retiring after 19 years at Margaret Willis on June 8, 2016.

Margaret Willis Elementary Principal, Peggy Raymes, receives a hug from Ms. McKenney's second grade class after a ceremony for her and Ms. Bonita whom are both retiring after 19 years at Margaret Willis on June 8, 2016 in Fayetteville, N.C.

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A passenger involved in a car accident at the intercession of Rowan Street and Bragg Boulevard is removed from the silver Hyundai Veracruz he was riding in when it collided with a black Infiniti QX60 on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016 in Fayetteville, N.C. as employees of Fred's Automotive help clear the debris in their parking lot.

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Wendy Banks walks out on a PWC utility pipe on June 16, 2016, while personally investigating the draining of Country Club Lake that happened on Friday. In the process of the lake draining, four beavers were shoot even though the land is still marked as a

Wendy Banks walks out on a Public Works Commission utility pipe on June 16, 2016, while personally investigating the draining of Country Club Lake that happened on Friday, June 10, 2016. In the process of the lake draining, four beavers were shoot even though the land is still marked as a conservation area, protected by the State of North Carolina.

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Robert Millard, 54, is a third generation dairy farmer in Beal City, Mich. on a 450 acre dairy farm. "My favorite part of the harvesting season is the view from the tractor, the things you see out there, the nature, that's my favorite," said Millard.

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Jimmie Bledsole and Mike Underwood sit inside Cumberland Garbage & Trash Services, on Manley Street. The man Cumberland County sheriff's deputies are searching for ran to the business and sat. "We were out working on a truck and when we noticed him we tol

Jimmie Bledsole and Mike Underwood sit inside Cumberland Garbage & Trash Services, on Manley Street. The man Cumberland County sheriff's deputies are searching for, in connection to an armed robbery, ran to the business and sat. "We were out working on a truck and when we noticed him we told him to leave," said Underwood the supervisor. "He could barley breath, you could tell he had been running," said Bledsole, a mechanic.

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Savannah Flynn, 6, of Davison and Morgan Hoppe, 8, of Davison after competing against each other during the Greater Flint Olympian Games swim meet at the Flint Golf Club on July 17, 2017. They swam all four of the same 25-yard races, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle. "It is fun and good exercise for body," Flynn said. Flynn and Hoppe have been swimming for one year. "It's just fun, I get to make new friends and it is challenging," said Hoppe.

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April and Thomas Lewis with their children, .Jalaiga, bottom left, Jayion, bottom right, Jamore, middle left, Jamal, James, Jamayor, middle right and Janay, top right, are living in a home on 1000 block  of Leroy Street where snakes crawl in the attic, wa

April and Thomas Lewis with their children, Jalaiga, bottom left, Jayion, bottom right, Jamore, middle left, Jamal, James, Jamayor, middle right and Janay, top right, are living in a home on 1000 block of Leroy Street in Fayetteville, N.C. Snakes crawl in the attic, water pours through ceilings and electrical outlets don't work. After months of complaints to their landlord and refusing to pay rent until the problem is solved, the Lewis family is finally seeing renovations made, but done in an unsafe way. Nails sprawled over their yard, an open bottle of bleach on a table and trash and boards in the walkways have halted their lives. Their kids have not been able to play outside due to the dangers.

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After her lesson, Kady, 4, gives her horse a kiss at Prancing Horse Therapeutic Riding Center in Carthage, NC on Thursday, March 3, 2016. Prancing Horse is a non-profit organization for children and adults with all varying degrees of special needs in the

After her lesson, Kady, 4, gives her horse a kiss at Prancing Horse Therapeutic Riding Center on Thursday, March 3, 2016 in Carthage, N.C. Prancing Horse is a non-profit organization for children and adults with all varying degrees of special needs in the Sandhill’s N.C. area.

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Randi Green, 18, of Victoria, middle, walks into Schroeder Hall with assistance from her friend Rebecka Gonzales, 18, of Victoria as their guy friends hold the door for them. Schroeder Dance Hall in Goliad, Texas is a classic dance hall that was first built in 1890. (The Victoria Advocate)

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