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In HAIL, Kentucky photographer Garrett O. Hansen turns spent rounds and shredded targets into art.
Keith Maitland’s film weaves together archival footage and animation to show how the University of Texas sniper attack of August 1, 1966 unfolded, in real time.
Even in states where marijuana is legal, users aren’t allowed to buy firearms.
It’s one of the newspaper's Rifle and Pistol Club traditions that lives on in the archives of the “Little Times” newsletter.