The Daily Egyptian

Jacob Bucknam, the owner of Soil Grown, tends to CBD plants inside a tented greenhouse Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Carbondale, Ill. “We grow and harvest and sell our own CBD flowers. This is just one of the beginning phases of it. We’ve had the place since February but COVID
affected us pretty hard as far as getting the doors open. We didn’t really open the doors until July and ya know we’re just now starting to see an uptick in sales as people are finding out we’re here,” Bucknam said.

Photo of the Day: Local CBD

By James Allen, Staff Photographer
November 15, 2020
Fernando Sanchez, a senior majoring in art, works on a tattoo Nov. 4, 2020, in Carbondale Ill. Sanchez said that he originally started as an engineering major but decided to study drawing instead. “I view this as another art form because at school I’m a fine artist. It’s a really nice opportunity to challenge myself with another type of canvas but still sustain myself as an artist,” Sanchez said.

Photo of the Day: Tattoo as an art

By Madison Taylor, Staff Photographer
November 6, 2020
Sabrina Hardenbergh follows the election over a Zoom meeting and live streams during a Green Party watch event Nov. 3, 2020, in Murphysboro, Ill.

Gallery: Election 2020 watch parties

By Photo Desk, Staff Photographer
November 4, 2020
Sarah Linn and her daughter, Tessa, look at the carved pumpkins given to the foxes at Treehouse Wildlife Centers first-ever, Owl-A-Ween Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Dow, Ill.

Gallery: Halloween 2020

By Photo Staff, Daily Egyptian
November 1, 2020
Kirstan Innis sits for a Halloween themed make-up demonstration by her friend, Stephanie Jines Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, in Carterville, Ill. Shes one of my friends and I also love Halloween, its one of my favorite holidays, Innis said.

Gallery: Halloween special effects make-up

By Jared Treece, Staff Photographer
October 31, 2020
Jared Bilak emcees Hangar 9’s weekly trivia night Thursday, October 14, 2020, in Carbondale, Ill. Patrons form teams to answer a series of trivia questions in an effort to win cash prizes and other awards. Each game consists of 6 rounds with 10 questions each. “I’ve only been here for trivia once or twice, but I think it’s a blast. I don’t get into the competitive aspect so much, I like to just sit and sip my drink, keep to myself and see how many questions I can get right,” bar patron Steven James said.

Photo of the Day: Hangar 9 Trivia Night

By James Allen, Staff Photographer
October 15, 2020
Sincearae Dotson holds her daughter Patrice on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 outside Memorial Hospital in Carbondale.

Missing girl reunited with family

By Isabel Miller, Photo and Multimedia Editor
June 11, 2019
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