Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Sun Cha Warhola appears at a competency hearing with an interpreter and her attorney Ed Brass before Judge David M. Connors in 2nd District Court in Farmington Friday, May 27, 2011. Warhola was found incompetent to stand trial and will likely be sent to the State Hospital. She is charged with two counts of aggravated murder in the deaths of her children 8-year-old James Warhola and 7-year-old Jean Warhola.
Layton Mayor Steve Curtis prepares to don Air Force boots for the second annual "See Me Save Me" motorcycle safety and awareness ride at Hill Air Force Base. Police escorted a large group of riders in a loop around Layton, Clearfield, Sunset, Roy and Ogden. The ride is organized by the base's safety office.
1: Fourth grader Ryan Terry gives a victory yell as he catches a fish with his bare hands during Mountain Man day at Holbrook Elementary School in Bountiful Wednesday, May 18.
2: Kirk Davis tells fourth grades about beaver trapping inside a teepee at Mountain Man day. Davis has participated in Mountain Man day for 20 years.
3: Fourth grader Tyler Bell shoots at a target.
Director Sandy Havas hangs a painting at the Eccles Community Art Center in Ogden. Havas will retire after 35 years and said her greatest accomplishment for the center was raising $2 million to restore the historic building and add the dance studio and Ogden Symphony Ballet Association office.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Out of my archives comes pictures of Kevin Moloney, Xiaomei Chen and Paul Moloney at the 2006 Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo in Grover, Colo.
Shot with a D1H!
Back in my days as an intern at the Greeley Tribune.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Despite the pouring rain, I enjoyed photographing the 142nd anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad at the Golden Spike National Historic Site at Promontory today, way way way out in the middle of nowhere...
A group of people dressed in period clothing to re-enact the famous "driving of the final golden spike," which connected the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads on May 10, 1869.