1 year of E&P's "Photo of the Month"

"Rodeo Prep" E&P Photo of the Month for October, 2023

Saddle Bronc riders, Kiowa Tempest, left, and Raymond Hostetler prepare their saddles Thursday evening, July 13, 2023, before riding in the 30th Annual Frontier Days Championship Rodeo & Bull-A-Rama in Benton, PA.

"Juneteenth" E&P Photo of the Month for September, 2023

Candi Phillips of Rosenberg, Texas dressed as a slave during a Juneteenth ceremony hosted by Attack Poverty on Saturday, June 17th in North Rosenberg, Texas. She sang a song about change and changed out of her slave clothing and shackles into a graduation gown and then a doctor’s white lab coat — all possible, she says, thanks to God’s love. Phillips also had on display a large collection of authentic slave shackles, leg bracelets and chains, as well as original slave auction posters and newspaper clippings.

"MacBeth" E&P Photo of the Month for July/ August, 2023

The Duluth Denfeld (Minn.) High School Theatre Department performed MacBeth before a large audience on the lawn outside the school's front entrance. Howie Hanson, publisher, DuluthTimes.com, Duluth, Minnesota

"Fire in Richmond, Indiana" E&P Photo of the Month for June, 2023

Crews from multiple departments work to extinguish a fire at an industrial facility Tuesday, April 11, 2023 in Richmond, Indiana. The 14-acre site was used to store various kinds of plastic for recycling and resale. People who lived within a half-mile of the plant were told to evacuate and a large column of black smoke could be seen for miles. NICK GRAHAM/JOURNAL-NEWS

"Opening Day" E&P Photo of the Month, May 2023

General view of T-Mobile Park during the national anthem before an Opening Day game between the Cleveland Guardians and Seattle Mariners on March 30, 2023, in Seattle, Washington.
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