Elaine Atkins is escorted through the airport after returning home from a trip to the White House to accept the Medal of Honor on behalf of her son, Travis.

Elaine Atkins is escorted through the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport after returning home from a trip to the White House to accept a posthumous Medal of Honor on behalf of her son, Travis Atkins. Travis died at 31 in Iraq after tackling a suicide bomber to the ground to save three of his fellow soldiers in 2007.

Jera and Tyler Samuelson spend time with their youngest son, 11-month old Logan Samuelson, before Logan's bedtime on September 3, 2019. Logan was born nearly four months prematurely, requiring him to use a ventilator at all times to breathe.

Jera and Tyler Samuelson spend time with their youngest son, 10-month-old Logan Samuelson, before bed on Sept. 3, 2019. Logan was born nearly four months premature, requiring him to use a ventilator to breathe. A lack of resources for babies like Logan in Montana forces the Samuelsons to take regular trips outside of the state for ongoing treatment.

John Heminway sits at his writing desk on Feb. 1, 2018 in his Bozeman home. Heminway's most recent book, “In Full Flight: A Story of Africa and Atonement," tells the story of Dr. Anne Spoerry and her experience treating hundreds of thousands of people across rural Kenya over the span of 50 years. But the book also reveals a darker side to Dr. Spoerry, divulging for the first time an account of the war crimes she committed during WWII.

Ivory Not Afraid, 11, poses for a photo wearing her Statue of Liberty costume on Wednesday afternoon, May 8, 2019, at Irving School.

Ivory Not Afraid, 11, poses for a photo wearing her Statue of Liberty costume for the 30th annual International Day on May 8, 2019, at Irving School. A member of the Crow Tribe, Ivory said she feels a little nervous because she has to recite a poem, “A Wish for the World.” It describes rain washing away ancient grudges and hatreds and the sun healing the people so that they see each other as neighbors. “It’s like a powerful meaning,” Ivory said.

Virgil Goerke, 90, has lived in the mobile home park off of North Wilson Avenue since 1963. A developer recently submitted plans for multiple three-story duplexes in spot where Goerke's home now stands. (AP Photo/Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Rachel Leathe)

Virgil Goerke, 90, stands on the porch of his mobile home on April 29, 2018. Goerke has lived in the mobile home park off of North Wilson Avenue since 1963. A developer recently submitted plans to build multiple three-story duplexes where his home now stands.

New docent Madison Spence, 21, tests the headset paired with one of the fiber optic domes during a training session on Jan. 11, 2019 in Norm Asbjornson Hall.

Neuro Cave docent- Madison Spence, 21, tests a headset that is paired with a fiber-optic dome measuring her brain waves and transforming them into pulses of light and sound during a training session on Jan. 11, 2019, in Norm Asbjornson Hall. Each of the three fiber-optic domes is connected to a computer that interprets signals from the wearer's headset. The computer then directs the lights surrounding the individual to change color. It also directs speakers above the dome to emit tones- based on the amplitude of the person's brain waves.

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041516 Nancy Simmers lawn on Friday afternoon. moved into this apartment four years ago. moved to Ottumwa 11 years ago. used to live on a farm before that. "I try to keep it clean" photographed with great niece Aubreyelle Wisem

Nancy Simmers stands on her front lawn, April 15, 2016, in Ottumwa, Iowa. Simmers moved to Ottumwa 11 years ago and into this apartment four years ago. She lived on a farm before that. "I like my yard looking nice. I don't want it to look like a junk yard."

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