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Ben Schnurr displays signs he made for the Des Moines Pride Parade during a ceremony Monday night at the Ames United Church of Christ. Photo by Sean Sears/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/ames-church-ceremony-honors-orlando-shooting-victims

Ben Schnurr displays signs he made for the Des Moines Pride Parade during a ceremony Monday night at the Ames United Church of Christ. Photo by Sean Sears/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/ames-church-ceremony-honors-orlando-shooting-victims

ISU students were asked Monday night to brainstorm ways ISU could help prevent anti-transgender violence. Students were instructed to write each idea down and post them on a white board. The discussion was part of ISU's memorial service for Transgender Day of Remembrance, a national day of mourning to honor transgender and gender non-conforming people. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/isu-hosts-transgender-day-remembrance-discussion

ISU students were asked Monday night to brainstorm ways ISU could help prevent anti-transgender violence. Students were instructed to write each idea down and post them on a white board. The discussion was part of ISU's memorial service for Transgender Day of Remembrance, a national day of mourning to honor transgender and gender non-conforming people. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/isu-hosts-transgender-day-remembrance-discussion

More than 2,000 voters flooded the Iowa State University Memorial Union for Monday night's caucus. While voters were encouraged to arrive no later than 6:30 p.m., several precincts in the building did not start the event until 7:30 p.m. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/ames-and-story-county/cruz-clinton-claim-victory-iowa

More than 2,000 voters flooded the Iowa State University Memorial Union for Monday night's caucus. While voters were encouraged to arrive no later than 6:30 p.m., several precincts in the building did not start the event until 7:30 p.m. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/ames-and-story-county/cruz-clinton-claim-victory-iowa

A total of 109 tuba players performed during the TubaChristmas event on Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

A total of 109 tuba players performed during the TubaChristmas event on Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Alison Kanealy, owner of Ali Cakes, places cookies in the display case at her store at 300 Main St. The bakery held its grand opening on Thursday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/sweet-treats-main-street

Alison Kanealy, owner of Ali Cakes, places cookies in the display case at her store at 300 Main St. The bakery held its grand opening on Thursday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/sweet-treats-main-street

Children line up before the Captain's Kid Run on Fifth Street before the Midnight Madness road race Saturday night in downtown Ames. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune

Children line up before the Captain's Kid Run on Fifth Street before the Midnight Madness road race Saturday night in downtown Ames. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune

Attendees to Tuesday's National Night Out wait in line to knock leaders from several area organizations into a dunk tank. The event, held in Bandshell Park, was a way to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/national-night-out-receives-strong-community-support

Attendees to Tuesday's National Night Out wait in line to knock leaders from several area organizations into a dunk tank. The event, held in Bandshell Park, was a way to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/national-night-out-receives-strong-community-support

Contestants in the bacon eating contest work to eat their way through a quarter pound of bacon. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/bacon-lovers-leave-expo-satisfied

Contestants in the bacon eating contest work to eat their way through a quarter pound of bacon. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/bacon-lovers-leave-expo-satisfied

U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst signs an autograph during Joni's Roast and Ride event at the Central Iowa Expo on Saturday in Boone. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/big-crowds-attend-ernst-s-inaugural-roast-and-ride

U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst signs an autograph during Joni's Roast and Ride event at the Central Iowa Expo on Saturday in Boone. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/big-crowds-attend-ernst-s-inaugural-roast-and-ride

(From left) Story County Supervisor Wayne Clinton, Edna Clinton, wife of Wayne Clinton, Calli Sanders, wife of Rick Sanders and county supervisor Rick Sanders pray with other mourners during Story County Supervisor Paul Toot's funeral service at St. Patrick's Catholic Church Thursday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/toot-remembered-servant-county

(From left) Story County Supervisor Wayne Clinton, Edna Clinton, wife of Wayne Clinton, Calli Sanders, wife of Rick Sanders and county supervisor Rick Sanders pray with other mourners during Story County Supervisor Paul Toot's funeral service at St. Patrick's Catholic Church Thursday. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/toot-remembered-servant-county

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