Ricky Hatfield "Zag", of Coal Mountain, lives alone and has been receiving Meals on Wheels for about a year.
A year after losing his wife of 36 years in the Flood of 2016, Ronnie Scott sits by the tree she clung to for 6 hours as the water rushed around her. She died in the hospital two days later with burns on over 75 percent of her body.
Robert Snell, 84, is a retired surveyor who still comes to the office every day to help out because he is passionate about the work.
Sade Maracle looks over a bridge in Sarasota, FL.
Laykin Dufalla plays in water at a Fourth of July party in Lewisburg, WV.
Carrie Webber works to empower girls at Girls, Inc.
Transgender Danielle Stewart recently underwent a brow lift, a breast augmentation and an orchiectomy.
Burgandy Sampson holds her 8-month-old son C.J. at their home in Hinton. Sampson was diagnosed with eye cancer and had to have his left eye removed.
Tootie Jones owns a farm and a locally sourced meat store in Lewisburg, WV.
Jeff Diehl is the award winning master potter at Lockbridge Pottery in Meadow Bridge, WV.
July 25, 2008 Tiffany Bell, of Kalamazoo, holds her daughters Ivory Gray, 4, right, and Jada Gray, 1, during the Black Arts Festival in Arcadia Creek Festival place Friday.
Lakin Tussey throws candy to the crowds during the annual Veteran's Day Parade in downtown Beckley, WV.
Maggie Bartenslager, 14, has been breeding and raising goats to show at the State Fair of West Virginia since she was old enough to participate. She has shown purebred goats, market lambs and market goats and won numerous times in her class and in competions throughout the country.
Sade Maracle plays on a trampoline in Sarasota, FL.
Kids pose in their Halloween outfits in Beckley, WV.
Jennifer Habeger, 23, an art major at Western Michigan University, does most of her clothes shopping at thrift stores. Buying second-hand clothes also allows her to save her student-loan money.
Sarah Crone models a contemporary evening dress.