Sunday content from the nicer side of the metro reminds us that SOMETIMES it feels classy to purchase booze at a place that doesn't also sell beef jerky, chewing tobacco and lottery tickets.
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As a photographer, he enjoys capturing the stories of each face. While not a veteran himself, Rimann wanted to capture the lives and stories of local veterans. In November 2020, just after Veterans Day, he and a friend, Ronald Tennissen, published a book of pictures called "Veterans of the Heartland."