Monday, February 06, 2023
39.0°F

Found Images - April 17

| April 17, 2010 12:00 AM

photo

JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Sydney Bybee, left, and Mallory Michaels, both 11, pet a baby goat as Sharyl Rasmussen, a teacher at Hayden Elementary School, escorts the kid through her classroom Monday after receiving the barnyard animal from her student, Samantha Schoenfeld. The goat was delivered by volunteers with the Wishing Star Foundation as a fundraiser for the organization in which goats are delivered to people who have to pay to have the farm animals taken away. Information: www.sendafriendagoat.com

photo

Trevor Curtis, a fourth-grader at Hayden Meadows Elementary School, makes a lap during the Run for Fun Friday morning. The program is sponsored by the PTA to help students prepare for a community road race.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Five-year-old James Guyer, of Post Falls, digs a mote around a sand castle he built Friday while spending the afternoon at the Coeur d'Alene City Beach with his mother Amanda. Unusually warm weather prompted dozens to unload their beach gear on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene.

photo

JULIA MOORE/Press Alex Kubodera, 5, constructs a kite during a kite-making workshop held at the Post Falls Public Library Friday afternoon. Gary Kubodera, a kite enthusiast, will be holding his next workshop Saturday, April 17, at 10:30a.m. at the Coeur d'Alene Public Library. The workshop is free of charge and open to the public.

photo

JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Jim Williams cuts fabric to make clothing covers Wednesday at the Four Seasons Assisted Living Community in Coeur d'Alene. Residents, staff and other volunteers in the community are crafting 100 of the items to donate to various local care facilities and KMC.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Annette Johnson, 15, left, waits on her horse, Sabrina, Wednesday while her friend Shawnece Thomas, 14, soothes her horse, Moon, after regaining control of the six-year old female who had been running loose for about 10 minutes. The pair have recently been riding their horses in the area during the early evening hours.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Amy Holman, a fifth-grader at Ramsey Elementary School, right, reacts to a pig dissection presentation Thursday as classmate Kiana Urbin cringes.

photo

JULIA MOORE/Press Emily Vergeer and Cody Peterson, fifth-graders at Ramsey Elementary School, react to a dissected pig Thursday afternoon. Paula Lambert, North Idaho College instructor in the natural science division, volunteered her time to educate and encourage students to take interest in the science fields.

photo

JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Devin Ekness, 10, and his classmate Mia Maldonado, 9, play with their shadow puppets during class Friday at Ponderosa Elementary in Post Falls.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Malcom Dymkoski drops off his tax information to Salina Simpson, compliance officer with the Idaho State Tax Commission, Thursday at the Coeur d'Alene office. Hundreds took advantage of the agencies curbside service to finalize their 2009 tax filings.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Chris Mooney, broker for Tomlinson Black Realty, plays the part of Captain McDougal Thursday during a rehearsal of the Coeur 'Alene Association of Realtors production of "Tragedy of the Sea." The play, accompanied by a silent auction, is a fundraising effort lead by the association's Community Outreach Committee to help St. Vincent de Paul in their fight against homelessness. Tickets are $35 and the performance will be held on Saturday, April 17th at 6:00 p.m. at the Coeur d'Alene Inn. To make donations, or for more information, call 667-0664.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Emmitt White, 8, talks with 15-year-old Jonathon Nomee, both fancy dancers with the Shooting Stars Dancers Wednesday prior to performing at the Coeur d'Alene Tribe's census pow wow at the tribe's Wellness Center in Plummer. The event was held as a way to educate and promote participation in the 2010 Census by tribal members.

photo

SHAWN GUST/Press Jordyn Nomee, 12, a jingle dancer with the Shooting Stars Dancers, a Coeur d'Alene Tribe youth dance troupe, performs Wednesday at the tribe's census pow wow in Plummer.

photo

JULIA MOORE/Press Andrea Butler, a fifth-grade teacher at Prairie View Elementary School and award recipient, stands next to six-grade student, Tyler Rotchford, who nominated Butler for the First Class School Champion Award. The award is sponsored by Numerica Credit Union, Silverwood Theme Park, and KXLY.

photo

JULIA MOORE/Press Sherri Lynch smiles at an attendee of the Commerce and Community Fair presented by the Post Falls Idaho Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon at the Greyhound Park and Event Center.

photo

JEROME A. POLLOS/Press A deer, beginning to lose its winter coat, grazes in a field Monday near Hayden Lake.

A collection of imagery found while out and about in North Idaho during the past week.

Recent Headlines