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Customers enjoy their lunch at the Phnom Penh Sandwich Station as traffic slowly rolls by at the intersection of Mechanic and Mascoma Streets in Lebanon, on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. According to restaurant owner Sarin Tin, the construction has had a significant impact on their lunchtime rush. “I just don’t understand why they do both roads at the same time,” Tin said. (Valley News – August Frank) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

August joins us from the Northwest, where he recently graduated from the University of Oregon, and can be found on Instagram @augustfrankphoto. Last year he completed a mulitmedia internship at the Register-Guard of Eugene, Ore.

And, we send our well-wishes to Carly Geraci, our previous intern who is now taking on a summer internship at the Dallas Morning News!

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