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Here’s an update of individual select images I hope you enjoy. Images are from anything from a new business in Hastings, Neb. called Trapped Downtown to a flash flood to a naturalization ceremony to a water balloon fight.

Andrew and Courtney McCarty are a married couple that are owners of Trapped Downtown where they pose inside one of two escape rooms named The Office. Their business is located at 229 N. St. Joseph St. in Hastings.

Andrew and Courtney McCarty are a married couple that are owners of Trapped Downtown where they pose inside one of two escape rooms named The Office. Their business is located at 229 N. St. Joseph St. in Hastings.

Reality star Trish Hegarty who appeared on Survivor clenches her fist in the air while giving a motivational speech to raise awareness of substance abuse and mental health education inside the French Chapel at Hastings College Thursday. Warriors of Purpose made their4th stop of the day in Hastings, Neb.

Reality star Trish Hegarty who appeared on Survivor clenches her fist in the air while giving a motivational speech to raise awareness of substance abuse and mental health education inside the French Chapel at Hastings College Thursday. Warriors of Purpose made their4th stop of the day in Hastings, Neb.

Grand Island’s Morgan Eihusen charges toward the net during a Class A number two doubles match against Millard South during the 2017 Girl’s State Tennis Tournament at Koch Tennis Center Thursday.

Grand Island’s Morgan Eihusen charges toward the net during a Class A number two doubles match against Millard South during the 2017 Girl’s State Tennis Tournament at Koch Tennis Center Thursday.

RyeLee O’Brien with YWCA childcare learns to play drums with Sheltered Reality musical drum group during The Children’s Summer Reading Program Friday at the Grand Island Library.

RyeLee O’Brien with YWCA childcare learns to play drums with Sheltered Reality musical drum group during The Children’s Summer Reading Program Friday at the Grand Island Library.

Motorists drive through deep water on a second straight night of severe thunderstorms moving through the region creating flooding at the intersection of 3rd and Walnut Streets in Tuesday in downtown Grand Island.

Motorists drive through deep water on a second straight night of severe thunderstorms moving through the region creating flooding at the intersection of 3rd and Walnut Streets in Tuesday in downtown Grand Island.

Asory Kazsmoko from Congo Kinshasa holds her son Mukena as he sleeps under an American flag as Kazsmoko’s brother Eli receives his citizenship during a Naturalization Ceremony Thursday in the Walnut Middle School auditorium.

Asory Kazsmoko from Congo Kinshasa holds her son Mukena as he sleeps under an American flag as Kazsmoko’s brother Eli receives his citizenship during a Naturalization Ceremony Thursday in the Walnut Middle School auditorium.

While looking at a clock former Sen. Mike Gloor makes mention that there is a short amount of time before a swearing in during a Naturalization Ceremony Thursday in the Walnut Middle School auditorium.

While looking at a clock former Sen. Mike Gloor makes mention that there is a short amount of time before a swearing in during a Naturalization Ceremony Thursday in the Walnut Middle School auditorium.

Mariah Buettner, a soon to be Grand Island Senior High graduate, places a tassel across her mortarboard while preparing to talk with Barr Middle School students as several seniors return to middle school at Barr, Walnut and Westridge Schools Friday. Buettner will be studying music therapy at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. (Independent/Andrew Carpenean)

Mariah Buettner, a soon to be Grand Island Senior High graduate, places a tassel across her mortarboard while preparing to talk with Barr Middle School students as several seniors return to middle school at Barr, Walnut and Westridge Schools Friday. Buettner will be studying music therapy at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. (Independent/Andrew Carpenean)

Anna Hornbacher, left, and Mariah Buettner talk with a group of sixth-graders about their high school experience and secondary education plans outside Barr Middle School Friday. Hornbacher will be studying Biomedical Engineering and Buettner Music Therapy.

Anna Hornbacher, left, and Mariah Buettner talk with a group of sixth-graders about their high school experience and secondary education plans outside Barr Middle School Friday. Hornbacher will be studying Biomedical Engineering and Buettner Music Therapy.

Lisa Hulthos of Cincinnati, Ohio sits on the floor with her baby Audrey while watching the Kentucky Derby at Fonner Park Saturday.

Lisa Hulthos of Cincinnati, Ohio sits on the floor with her baby Audrey while watching the Kentucky Derby at Fonner Park Saturday.

Grand Island Northwest band director Shawn Pfanstiel stands on his toes while conducting during a rehearsal as the Northwest band prepares for a road trip to San Antonio, Texas.

Grand Island Northwest band director Shawn Pfanstiel stands on his toes while conducting during a rehearsal as the Northwest band prepares for a road trip to San Antonio, Texas.

Angela Balcom of Riverdale, left, snaps a selfie with her classmate Mira Bettendorf of Norfolk prior to the Central Community College graduation ceremony Saturday at the Heartland Events Center. Both graduates received an Associate of Applied Science Degrees as Occupational Therapy Assistants.

Angela Balcom of Riverdale, left, snaps a selfie with her classmate Mira Bettendorf of Norfolk prior to the Central Community College graduation ceremony Saturday at the Heartland Events Center. Both graduates received an Associate of Applied Science Degrees as Occupational Therapy Assistants.

A water balloon explodes in the hands of Samantha Gapp as she was one of the last competitors left in a water balloon toss during a Teen Summer Reading Program Thursday at the Grand Island Public Library.

A water balloon explodes in the hands of Samantha Gapp as she was one of the last competitors left in a water balloon toss during a Teen Summer Reading Program Thursday at the Grand Island Public Library.

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