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  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, left, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, far right, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for RODRIGUEZ‘S seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100699

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, left, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, Marvin Rodriguez, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for Rodriguez‘s seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063013406

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, left, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, far right, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for RODRIGUEZ‘S seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100760

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, left, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, far right, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for RODRIGUEZ‘S seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100643

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, right, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, center, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for RODRIGUEZ‘S seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100604

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, right, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, center, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for RODRIGUEZ‘S seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100745

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: FANNY FANG, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. FANG, who spoke up in March after commissioner, Marvin Rodriguez, made racist comments against the Asian community at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic is now running for Rodriguez‘s seat for district 2 in Riley County. FANG, and other community member addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100766

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TERESA RYNAI PARKS, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. PARKS, and other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100767

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TERESA RYNAI PARKS, right, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. PARKS, and other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100611

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TERESA RYNAI PARKS, left, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. PARKS, and other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100660

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commission Chairman and District 2 representative, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, far right, listens to community members voice their concerns, with Commissioners RON WELLS, left, and JOHN FORD, center. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100677

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KAYLEE PROCTOR, right, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. PROCTOR, and other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100662

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KAYLEE PROCTOR, right, speaks to the Riley County Commission on Monday. PROCTOR, and other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100669

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commissioner for District 1, JOHN FORD, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100636

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commissioner for District 3, RON WELLS, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100690

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commission Chairman and District 2 representative, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, left, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments with District 1 Commissioner, JOHN FORD on the right. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100651

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commission Chairman and District 2 representative, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100685

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commissioner for District 1, JOHN FORD, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100646

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commission Chairman and District 2 representative, MARVIN RODRIGUEZ, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100774

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County Commissioner for District 1, JOHN FORD, listens to community members voice their concerns on Monday during public comments. Community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100720

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: From left, TERESA RYNAI PARKS, KAYLEE PROCTOR, and FANNY FANG, meet outside in the Riley County Courthouse Plaza after making public comments on Monday during a Riley County Commission meeting. PARKS, PROCTOR, and FANG, along with other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100725

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: From left, KAYLEE PROCTOR, FANNY FANG, and TERESA RYNAI PARKS meet outside in the Riley County Courthouse Plaza after making public comments on Monday during a Riley County Commission meeting. PROCTOR, FANG, and PARKS, along with other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100723

  •  Riley County Commission Meeting
    2020年06月29日
    Riley County Commission Meeting

    June 29, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: From left, KAYLEE PROCTOR, FANNY FANG, and TERESA RYNAI PARKS meet outside in the Riley County Courthouse Plaza after making public comments on Monday during a Riley County Commission meeting. PROCTOR, FANG, and PARKS, along with other community members addressed the commission regarding community masking and racial tensions within the county. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020070100666

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: The Riley County 4-H Popstand sits in front of Hurlburt Hall, apart of CiCo Park on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401204

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TRENT TAYLOR, left, 7, and KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, right, 8, stand in line for the Bucket Calf Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. TAYLOR, and DE LA GARZA are both first time participants in 4-H, showing their calfs Bronze, and Patch. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401159

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, 8, waits to show her calf, Patch, in the Bucket Calf Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. DE LA GARZA is a first time participant in 4-H activities and won 1st place in the Bucket Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401232

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County 4-H Queens, CHANAE PARKER, left, and ANNIKA WIEBERS, right, wait in Hurlburt Hall before the Bucket Calf Show begins. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401114

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, 8, shows her calf, Patch, in the Bucket Calf Show to judge, TAYLOR FRANK, in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. DE LA GARZA is a first time participant in 4-H activities and won 1st place in the Bucket Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020073100579

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TRENT TAYLOR, 7, leads his calf, Bronze, into the cattle pin inside Hurlburt Hall to be judged on Saturday. TAYLOR is a first year participant in 4-H activities. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401180

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Parents in cowboy hats wait inside Hurlburt Hall on Saturday before the Beef Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401181

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, 8, shows her calf, Patch, in the Bucket Calf Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. DE LA GARZA is a first time participant in 4-H activities and won 1st place in the Bucket Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401105

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A participant in the Bucket Calf Show rests in the stands of Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401125

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, 8, ties up her calf, Patch, in a barn after winning first place in the Bucket Calf Show on Saturday. DE LA GARZA is a first time participant in 4-H activities. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401080

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATHERINE DE LA GARZA, 8, and her father, ALBERT DE LA GARZA, walk into Hurlburt Hall on Saturday after the Bucket Calf Show. DE LA GARZA is a first time participant in 4-H activities and won first place in the Bucket Calf Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401066

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TARYN SHEPARD, left, 14, goes over details with Ringman, BOB CAMERLINK, right, before the Beef Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. SHEPARD has been involved in 4-H for nine years and won Champion Reserve with her breeding heifer, Skittles. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401126

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TARYN SHEPARD, left, 14, walks with her breeding heifer, Skittles, on Saturday after the Beef Show. SHEPARD has been involved in 4-H for nine years and won Champion Reserve with her breeding heifer, Skittles. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401091

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: TARYN SHEPARD, left, 14, ties up her breeding heifer, Skittles, on Saturday after the Beef Show. SHEPARD has been involved in 4-H for nine years and won Champion Reserve with her breeding heifer, Skittles. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401117

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants and family get food from the Vista Burger food truck on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080401194

  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A cow is tied up in a Casement Hall Barn on Saturday during the 4-H Cattle Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A cow is tied up in a Casement Hall Barn on Saturday during the 4-H Cattle Show. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATE BORMANN, 10, shows her heifer in the Cattle Show on Saturday. BORMANN, a three year participant in 4-H took the title of Champion Jr. Showmanship. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: LAYNEE SHEPHARD, 10, shows her heifer, Sweet Pea, in the Cattle Show on Saturday in Hurlburt Hall. SHEPHARD, a three year participant in 4-H, too home reserve second place. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A young 4-Her checks the market ringside program during the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H Cattle Show participants line up for final judging in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KRISTINA POWELL, gives her heifer a drink of water after the 4-H Cattle Show on Saturday. POWELL has been involved in 4-H for 13 years and 2020 will be her last year. She has yet to name her heifer. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: JULIE SPLICHAL takes a video of her daughter, KESTON KIRMER, 12, as she shows her heifer during the 4-H Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. KIRMER took a blue ribbon for top class in the 2nd year heifer category. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Friends and Family of the 4-H participants watch the final judging in the stands of Hurlburt Hall during the Cattle Show on Saturday. 4-H participants show their cattle in the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: JENNY BORMANN, center, cheers with her son LUKE BORMANN, after her daughter, Kate Bormann, received Champion Jr. Showmanship during the 4-H Cattle Show on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATE BORMANN, 10, center, pets her heifer with her mom, KATE BORMANN, after receiving Champion Jr. Showmanship in the 4-H Cattle Show on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: KATE BORMANN, 10, ties up her heifer in Casement Hall after receiving Champion Jr. Showmanship in the 4-H Cattle Show on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County 4-H Ribbons won by Kate Bormann sit inside Casement Hall Barn on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County 4-H participants head towards Casement Hall Barn after the Cattle Show on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County 4-H participants show their cattle to the judges during the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Riley County 4-H Queens, CHANAE PARKER, left, and ANNIKA WIEBERS, stand for a portrait outside of Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: 4-H participants receive ribbons by Riley County 4-H Queen, ANNIKA WIEBERS, right, after the final judging of the Cattle Show in Hurlburt Hall on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080403170

  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  COVID-19 Kaw Valley Rodeo Cancelled
    2020年07月25日
    COVID-19 Kaw Valley Rodeo Cancelled

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Wells Arena sits empty as the Kaw Valley Rodeo is cancelled due to COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Wells Arena in CiCo Park sits empty as the 45th annual Kaw Valley Rodeo was cancelled due to COVID-19. Kaw Valley Rodeo is typically held in conjunction with the Riley County fair and 4-H Fair on July 23-25. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19
    2020年07月25日
    Riley County 4-H cattle show during COVID-19

    July 25, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A young boy walks by Hurlburt Hall where the Riley County 4-H Cattle Show is held on Saturday. Due to the uptick in covid-19 cases the Riley County Fair and Rodeo were cancelled however 4-H events continued as planned. County Extension Director, Gary Fike implemented a ‘‘come-and-go‘‘ model of judging, in which fewer 4-Hers were in the space at one time and participants signed up for judging times online. Unlike past years, there were no entry displays and all livestock were taken home after each event. Social distancing was required and masks were provided to 4-H judges and members, however due to the decision of the Riley County Health Department masks were optional at this event. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Vote here and COVID-19 mask ordinance signs hang outside of Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday as the polls have opened for the Riley County Primary. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A hand sanitizing station at the voter entrance at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Vote here and COVID-19 mask ordinance signs hang outside of Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday as the polls have opened for the Riley County Primary. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers sit at the registry table at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Provisional ballots and paper ballets are ready for voters at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Provisional ballots and paper ballets are ready for voters at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers sit at the registry table at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers check in voters by flashlight at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers check in voters by flashlight at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers sit at the registry table at Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A vote here sign flies outside of Manhattan First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday which is one of the several polling places in Manhattan, Kansas. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: I voted stickers are spread out on a table at Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday for voters to take after voting as poll workers are not allowed to hand them out due to COVID-19 restrictions. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: I voted stickers are spread out on a table at Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday for voters to take after voting as poll workers are not allowed to hand them out due to COVID-19 restrictions. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080604925

  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Voting machines line the sanctuary of Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080604924

  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker CATHY JONES, right, waits for a voter to complete his provisional ballot on Tuesday in Vineyard Community Church. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Polling stations in Vineyard Community Church run on battery reserves on Tuesday during a power outage. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Polling stations in Vineyard Community Church run on battery reserves on Tuesday during a power outage. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Polling stations in Vineyard Community Church run on battery reserves on Tuesday during a power outage. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers at Vineyard Community Church sit in the dark due to a power outage Tuesday morning. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers at Vineyard Community Church check in voters in the dark due to a power outage Tuesday morning. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers at Vineyard Community Church check in voters by flashlight due to a power outage Tuesday morning. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll workers at Vineyard Community Church check in voters by flashlight due to a power outage Tuesday morning. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: A voter fills out a ballot in the dark at Vineyard Community Church due to a power outage Tuesday morning. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker CATHY JONES, left, receives clip boards for paper ballots due to a power outage on Tuesday morning at Vineyard Community Church. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker CATHY JONES, left, receives clip boards for paper ballots due to a power outage on Tuesday morning at Vineyard Community Church. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker CATHY JONES, sanitizes her check in table in the dark at Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker CATHY JONES, sits at her table in the dark at Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday. Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker JOHN THOMAS, sits in the dark sanctuary of Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday due to a power outage. THOMAS has been a poll worker for four years. ‘‘I do this because I like the people. They remember me every year.‘‘ Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting
    2020年08月04日
    Riley County, Kansas Primary Voting

    August 4, 2020, Manhattan, Kansas, USA: Poll worker JOHN THOMAS, sits in the dark sanctuary of Vineyard Community Church on Tuesday due to a power outage. THOMAS has been a poll worker for four years. ‘‘I do this because I like the people. They remember me every year.‘‘ Voters in north Manhattan had to vote without power due to an fire at an electrical substation around 8:35 am. Polling booths ran on battery supply which has a three hour max reserve. Polling workers were prepared to offer voters paper ballots in the event the power grid remained down. Power returned to north Manhattan around 11:00 am. (Credit Image: © Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Luke Townsend/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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