For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

 Koby Greulich of Ferdinand, 6, tapped on the electrical box holding a birds nest with two baby birds in the Forest Park dugout in Ferdinand, Ind. on May 1, 2018. Greulich said the dugout's spring residents are "so cool."

Koby Greulich of Ferdinand, 6, tapped on the electrical box holding a birds nest with two baby birds in the Forest Park dugout in Ferdinand, Ind. on May 1, 2018. Greulich said the dugout's spring residents are "so cool."

 Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relaxed with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relaxed with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

 Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

 Southridge High School's Joe LaGrange dribbled in the hallway before facing Sullivan High School at Huntingburg Memorial Gym in Huntingburg, Ind. on March 3, 2018. "They're loose," said coach Ted O'Brien. Southridge won 47-32, and went on to win the sectional title two days later.

Southridge High School's Joe LaGrange dribbled in the hallway before facing Sullivan High School at Huntingburg Memorial Gym in Huntingburg, Ind. on March 3, 2018. "They're loose," said coach Ted O'Brien. Southridge won 47-32, and went on to win the sectional title two days later.

 Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

 For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."
 Koby Greulich of Ferdinand, 6, tapped on the electrical box holding a birds nest with two baby birds in the Forest Park dugout in Ferdinand, Ind. on May 1, 2018. Greulich said the dugout's spring residents are "so cool."
 Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relaxed with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.
 Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."
 Southridge High School's Joe LaGrange dribbled in the hallway before facing Sullivan High School at Huntingburg Memorial Gym in Huntingburg, Ind. on March 3, 2018. "They're loose," said coach Ted O'Brien. Southridge won 47-32, and went on to win the sectional title two days later.
 Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

Koby Greulich of Ferdinand, 6, tapped on the electrical box holding a birds nest with two baby birds in the Forest Park dugout in Ferdinand, Ind. on May 1, 2018. Greulich said the dugout's spring residents are "so cool."

Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relaxed with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

Southridge High School's Joe LaGrange dribbled in the hallway before facing Sullivan High School at Huntingburg Memorial Gym in Huntingburg, Ind. on March 3, 2018. "They're loose," said coach Ted O'Brien. Southridge won 47-32, and went on to win the sectional title two days later.

Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

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