A ‘best’ friendship ends and a prison sentence begins

By Emma Collins

Peter Gall stood in the Warren County Justice Center courtroom on Nov. 19 — a little more than a year after shooting to death his best friend Alex Davis.

Dressed in a khaki suit with combed-back hair, Gall barely resembled the red-faced, drunken 21-year-old in the mugshot taken only hours after he fired a shotgun into Davis, killing him in the early morning hours of Sept. 3, 2017.

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Making a good grade in mental health is an increasingly tough assignment

A good home life. A college scholarship. A suicide attempt.

Promising college students like Olivia Eiler (above) hit rock bottom with mental illness. A record number of college students now experience anxiety, depression, and consider suicide while chasing degrees and dealing with the stress that comes with it, a new report shows.

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The Lost Postcards of Ms. Martha

(Editor’s note: In September 2018, Sofie Mathiassen, a student from Denmark, was assigned a feature profile of someone local in the Bowling Green, Kentucky area. Her search for ideas led her to a local consignment store where she read through baskets of paper ephemera. There she found a series of postcards addressed to a woman named “Martha.”What followed was Sofie’s quest to find Martha and reconstruct how her correspondence had landed in a store. Sofie’s story reveals a life lived in full and memories claimed and unclaimed by dementia.)

Photos and story

by Sofie Mathiassen

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