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KASSIDY PORTER: This 18-year-old Northeastern Junior College student got her first tattoo in October on her outer right ankle. The birth month flowers are meant to symbolize her family. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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MOLLY WEILS: A victorian woman in roller derby gear is the most unique out of 23 tattoos for this 29-year-old who grew up in Holyoke. She got it on her right thigh last year to show the changes roller derby brought to her life. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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ELIZABETH HUTCHES: Hutches, age 43, has six tattoos, most of which are hand-drawn and done by an artist on the Front Range. Her most unique is on her lower back and was done as a cover-up by the original artist almost four years ago. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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JOHN RAY SWIGER: About 60% of this 62-year-old’s body is covered in tattoos — so far. His most unique is a barbed wire he did himself, but his favorite are the tattoos on his back, which were done while he was in prison. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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MELISSA WACHOLTZ: Of her four tattoos, the most unique is on her wrist. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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McKENNA HELDENBRAND: This 25-year-old has hit the tattoo parlor twice for a special way of remembering her mom and stepdad on the right and left side of her ribs. The first was done on Mother’s Day 2014 during a mother-daughter trip to Las Vegas. Using a saying they’ve said often, “Always a Team” is in her mom’s handwriting located close to her heart. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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ANTHONY CONDE: Not many people can say they have a turtle tattoo, but Conde can say he has 12. His most unique is located on his right pectoral. It’s a sea turtle with a face inside the shell. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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GLEN & RANAE McCALLUM: Glen has a couple tattoos, and Ranae has six, but the most special ink for this couple are the orange ribbons they got on their right forearms last October. Blye, their nephew, was special to them from the day he was born, and since the day he died, they both knew they wanted something that they could look at and smile, remembering his smile. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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JULIE WILLIAMS: Out of her eight tattoos, one of Williams’ most unique is the tattoo she got on her forearm in September. The 44-year-old said it’s her way of honoring her son being in the military. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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KAYTELYN ROWAN: A Power Rangers lightning bolt is the most unique tattoo for this 31-year-old who has six tattoos. She got it in 2018 just 19 days after one of her best friends died. The full article is available in our e-Edition. Click here to subscribe.

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