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Reforestation of the Mines


One of the biggest concerns of surface mining is how to restore the land once the mining is complete. The older practice of reclaiming the land using grasses has give way to reforestation efforts and other more environmentally favorable methods. This is the first in a series of stories on the many issues involved with surface mine reclamation. Photographs by Charles Bertram

Red House in Red House


The people of Red House have made their town impossible to forget. Coming from the outskirts, the Red House Baptist Church is only a harbinger of things to come. Next up Red House Road, Red House United Methodist Church, then Red House Red House Records and Recording Studio, the Red House Country Store, then Red House Automotive. Drive slow and on the eastern side of the road, opposite the railroad tracks, you’ll see the actual red house the town was named for. Can’t miss it, it’s the biggest and reddest thing in town. Words by Amy Wilson/Photographs by Charles Bertram

August 7 – 13, 2009 Week-In-Pictures

Photos by Charles Bertram, Pablo Alcala, David Perry, Kelsey Crim, Adam Wolffbrandt; Jonathan Palmer, Mark Ashley, Matt Goins

Rick Pitino Pitino apologizes to family, friends, fans

August 12, 2009 by Mike Mattone  
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July 31 – August 6, 2009 Week-In-Pictures

Photos by Mark Cornelison, Charles Bertram, David Perry, Ron Garrison, Tom Eblen, Kelsey Crim, Adam Wolffbrandt; Matt Goins, Jason Sankovitch, Jonathan Palmer

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