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Attendees gather outside of the new Boehringer Ingelheim Research and Development Facility at the ISU Research Park on Thursday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/boehringer-ingelheim-opens-new-facility-isu-research-park

Attendees gather outside of the new Boehringer Ingelheim Research and Development Facility at the ISU Research Park on Thursday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/boehringer-ingelheim-opens-new-facility-isu-research-park

In addition to SportsIowa's 200- by-100-foot field, they also have a 50-by-80-foot turf field. The facility, located at 2176 232nd Lane, opened to the public Wednesday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/new-sportsiowa-indoor-facility-opens-wednesday

In addition to SportsIowa's 200- by-100-foot field, they also have a 50-by-80-foot turf field. The facility, located at 2176 232nd Lane, opened to the public Wednesday. Photo by Grayson Schmidt/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/new-sportsiowa-indoor-facility-opens-wednesday

Story City children ride the town's antique carousel during Scandinavian Days on Saturday. The Story City tradition is celebrating 50 years this weekend. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/story-city-celebrates-50-years-scandinavian-days

Story City children ride the town's antique carousel during Scandinavian Days on Saturday. The Story City tradition is celebrating 50 years this weekend. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/story-city-celebrates-50-years-scandinavian-days

Potbelly Sandwich Shop employees serve foods to customers during the restaurant's opening day on Tuesday in Campustown. Potbelly, known for its toasted sandwiches, signature shakes and live music, has more than 300 shops across the country, but the Ames location, located on Lincoln Way, is the first in Iowa. The Campustown location will serve as the pilot for the restaurant's proposed expansion to every major city in Iowa.  http://amestrib.com/news/pilot-potbelly-shop

Potbelly Sandwich Shop employees serve foods to customers during the restaurant's opening day on Tuesday in Campustown. Potbelly, known for its toasted sandwiches, signature shakes and live music, has more than 300 shops across the country, but the Ames location, located on Lincoln Way, is the first in Iowa. The Campustown location will serve as the pilot for the restaurant's proposed expansion to every major city in Iowa. http://amestrib.com/news/pilot-potbelly-shop

Potbelly Sandwich Shop employees Lance O'Hara and Kate Kleinheider serve customers during the restaurant's opening day on Tuesday in Campustown. Potbelly, known for its toasted sandwiches, signature shakes and live music, has more than 300 shops across the country, but the Ames location is its first in Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/pilot-potbelly-shop

Potbelly Sandwich Shop employees Lance O'Hara and Kate Kleinheider serve customers during the restaurant's opening day on Tuesday in Campustown. Potbelly, known for its toasted sandwiches, signature shakes and live music, has more than 300 shops across the country, but the Ames location is its first in Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/pilot-potbelly-shop

The Skunk River Driving Trial requires competitors to complete six obstacles, which includes steering their carriages between posts, while still following the signs in alphabetical order. The equestrian carriage event requires drivers to compete in areas like dressage, a cone obstacle course and a marathon race. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/horsing-around

The Skunk River Driving Trial requires competitors to complete six obstacles, which includes steering their carriages between posts, while still following the signs in alphabetical order. The equestrian carriage event requires drivers to compete in areas like dressage, a cone obstacle course and a marathon race. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/horsing-around

Seen from the second floor of Hach Hall, workers continue on the demolition of Davidson Hall on the Iowa State University campus. The staff and faculty of the 93-year-old building moved to the new Biorenewables Complex during the summer. Though the lot will someday be home to a new building, it will for the foreseeable future be a parking lot. Photo by Anthony Capps/Ames Tribune

Seen from the second floor of Hach Hall, workers continue on the demolition of Davidson Hall on the Iowa State University campus. The staff and faculty of the 93-year-old building moved to the new Biorenewables Complex during the summer. Though the lot will someday be home to a new building, it will for the foreseeable future be a parking lot. Photo by Anthony Capps/Ames Tribune

Gretchen Gordon presents her research on Anne Frank at Gilbert Intermediate School on Thursday. Students were asked to research historic figures and on Thursday, they got to dress up as their figure at a "live wax museum" and give their presentations in front of parents and other students. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune   http://amestrib.com/news/history-comes-alive-gilbert-intermediate

Gretchen Gordon presents her research on Anne Frank at Gilbert Intermediate School on Thursday. Students were asked to research historic figures and on Thursday, they got to dress up as their figure at a "live wax museum" and give their presentations in front of parents and other students. Photo by Julie Erickson/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/history-comes-alive-gilbert-intermediate

School Resource Officer Nick Schieffer shows Ian Kumsher the correct hand signals to use when biking during a lesson on bike safety. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/officials-peddle-bike-safety-mitchell

School Resource Officer Nick Schieffer shows Ian Kumsher the correct hand signals to use when biking during a lesson on bike safety. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/officials-peddle-bike-safety-mitchell

Attendees to Tuesday's National Night Out wait in line to enter a bounce house. 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 enter a bounce house. 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

Firefighters are geared up to re-enter a home to put out flames that flared up while they investigated a fire at 875 West N Ave., in Nevada Thursday morning. Inside the house, firefighters found the body of a man who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune.  http://amestrib.com/news/man-whose-body-was-found-burning-nevada-house-died-self-inflicted-gunshot-wound

Firefighters are geared up to re-enter a home to put out flames that flared up while they investigated a fire at 875 West N Ave., in Nevada Thursday morning. Inside the house, firefighters found the body of a man who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune. http://amestrib.com/news/man-whose-body-was-found-burning-nevada-house-died-self-inflicted-gunshot-wound

Around 75 people attended a forum for Ames city council candidates at the Oakwood Road Church on Friday, Oct. 3. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/ames-residents-listen-city-council-candidates-forum

Around 75 people attended a forum for Ames city council candidates at the Oakwood Road Church on Friday, Oct. 3. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/ames-residents-listen-city-council-candidates-forum

Ames residents got the chance to take a look inside police vehicles during Tuesday's National Night Out. 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

Ames residents got the chance to take a look inside police vehicles during Tuesday's National Night Out. 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

The Main Street Cultural District received a $75,000 grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority to renovate the Sheldon Munn building on Main Street. The renovations include gutting each apartment and installing new lighting, cabinets, granite counter tops, flooring and even Wi-Fi. The renovations are expected to take about a year. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/sheldon-munn-receives-75000-ieda-grant

The Main Street Cultural District received a $75,000 grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority to renovate the Sheldon Munn building on Main Street. The renovations include gutting each apartment and installing new lighting, cabinets, granite counter tops, flooring and even Wi-Fi. The renovations are expected to take about a year. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/sheldon-munn-receives-75000-ieda-grant

Jacki Butenhoff, Dakota Lowe, 4, and Kaylee Butenhoff look at a sculpture of a Marlin that is made from recycled plastics found in oceans and on beaches around the world during a visit Thursday afternoon to Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Jacki Butenhoff, Dakota Lowe, 4, and Kaylee Butenhoff look at a sculpture of a Marlin that is made from recycled plastics found in oceans and on beaches around the world during a visit Thursday afternoon to Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Community members stopped by downtown Ames Friday afternoon to get a first look at the new C-SPAN media bus, which was kicking off its 2016 presidential campaign bus tour. The bus was parked at the Main Street Station & Deli Depot, located at 526 Main Street, and attendees could vote in a "cookie caucus" while visiting and choose their favorite cookie provided by Cookies, Etc. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Community members stopped by downtown Ames Friday afternoon to get a first look at the new C-SPAN media bus, which was kicking off its 2016 presidential campaign bus tour. The bus was parked at the Main Street Station & Deli Depot, located at 526 Main Street, and attendees could vote in a "cookie caucus" while visiting and choose their favorite cookie provided by Cookies, Etc. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

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