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Monday - June 10, 2013

| Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Carpenters George Weightman, left, and Spencer Duke, workers for Don Hillen Construction from Derry, guide a gable truss into place from a crane for a new home in the Edgewater housing complex on First Street in Oakmont.
James Knox
Nicholas Taylor, 4 (right) of Point Breeze splashes his friend Calvin Harkes, 3 also of Point Breeze as the two splashed in the heavy rain falling on Point State Park Monday June 10, 2013 during the Three Rivers Arts Fest.
James Knox
As a heavy rain falls on Point State Park Monday June 10, 2013 artist button up their booths from the elements as visitors grab umbrellas and head for cover during the Three Rivers Arts Fest.
James Knox
Visitors to the Three Rivers Arts Fest take shelter as a heavy rain falls on Point State Park Monday June 10, 2013.
James Knox
Artist Princy (left) and Jonathan Fears roll up the front of their booth amid a light rain Monday June 10, 2013 in Point State Park for another day at the Three Rivers Arts Fest. 'The litte stuff doesn't bother us, its the big stuff,' said Jonathan Fears about the perenially rain-soaked event.
James Knox
Chad Young proposes to Leslie Corson Monday June 10, 2013 in front of the newly renovated fountain in Point State Park. The couple who live in Texas were in town to visit Corson's family. Young who had been planning to pop the question for months even had a photographer on hand to capture the moment.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Ronna Greenberg of Point Breeze, holds her dog, Little Bit, as she walks through the Three Rivers Arts Festival on a rainy Monday, June 10, 2013.
Evan R. Sanders | Tribune-Review
A state police trooper investigates the scene of a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred shortly after 2 p.m. Monday, June 10, 2013, on Old Mill Road in Chalk Hill, Wharton Township. The operator, whom authorities did not identify, struck a deer. Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Allegheny Health Department workers Jason Caliguri (left), 31, of Whitehall and Gina Caliguri (right), 29, of Whitehall, put a cube of pesticides into the standing water below a street grate in the Hill District on offices on Monday, June 10, 2013. The workers went throughout the city and put cakes of pesticides into standing water to prevent mosquitos from growing into adulthood.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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