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Doris Ray lights up as Kacky Hammon asks her about her week.

Doris Ray lights up as Kacky Hammon asks her about her week.


Kacky Hammon visits with Doris Ray at the bottom of her ramp built by Handy Helpers.

Kacky Hammon visits with Doris Ray at the bottom of her ramp built by Handy Helpers.


Archie Daniel reaches out to touch the hand of senior Doris Ray, who he regularly visits.

Archie Daniel reaches out to touch the hand of senior Doris Ray, who he regularly visits.


William Lowe, Mack McMillan and Robbie O'Han take massive bites into their burgers at Al's Burger Shack for dinner. Al's Burger Shack's "Bobo Chili Cheeseburger" was voted the Best Burger in America.

William Lowe, Mack McMillan and Robbie O'Han take massive bites into their burgers at Al's Burger Shack for dinner. Al's Burger Shack's "Bobo Chili Cheeseburger" was voted the Best Burger in America.


Ceremony speakers at Chapel Hill High School is officially break ground on June 12.

Ceremony speakers at Chapel Hill High School is officially break ground on June 12.


City officials, teachers, students and reporters gather in the Chapel Hill High courtyard to watch the groundbreaking for the new renovations for the school.

City officials, teachers, students and reporters gather in the Chapel Hill High courtyard to watch the groundbreaking for the new renovations for the school.


Tim Okamura's "I Love Your Hair". Oil and mixed media on canvas, 2013. Okamura explores mixed media art to portray his love of hip-hop and create a sense of urban identity.

Tim Okamura's "I Love Your Hair". Oil and mixed media on canvas, 2013. Okamura explores mixed media art to portray his love of hip-hop and create a sense of urban identity.


Dean Allison's “What would the earth look like if all the shadows disappeared?”. Cast glass, resin, and paint, 2014. Through Allison's work with glass, he explores the fragility of humans and studies the contrasts between internal and external features and their implications for the human existence.

Dean Allison's “What would the earth look like if all the shadows disappeared?”. Cast glass, resin, and paint, 2014. Through Allison's work with glass, he explores the fragility of humans and studies the contrasts between internal and external features and their implications for the human existence.