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Found Images - June 5

| June 7, 2010 9:27 AM

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SHAWN GUST/Press Water pours off the eave of a downtown building Wednesday in Coeur d'Alene. Wet weather has been frequent through May and into the month of June.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press John Farmer, a kitchen supervisor at The Coeur d'Alene Resort, struggles to pull a cart of food up onto a flooded sidewalk along Front Avenue following a heavy rain storm Friday. The storm water system was quickly brought overcapacity as the downpour surged through drains and gutters.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Zac Loy pressure washes a dock Tuesday at The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course under cloudy skies. The break in the wet weather only lasted the day as more rain is forecasted through the week.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Steven King, lot attendant for Dave Smith Leasing and Sales in Coeur d'Alene, moves fresh soil Wednesday while preparing the adjacent median for planting some 6,000 geraniums. The auto dealership has an agreement with the city to maintain the landscaping on the site.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press A squirrel snacks on a nut it found on the ground while foraging the grass Tuesday in Coeur d'Alene.

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SHAWN GUST/Press A male Western Tanager is perched on a branch Wednesday after feeding in a downtown Coeur d'Alene tree. The red pigment in the face, known as rhodoxanthin, which is rare in birds, is acquired from its diet.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Morelia Gonzalez, left, and Braylyn Peterson, react to applause from the audience during the kindergarteners' performance, Teddy Bear Tea, Friday at Hayden Kinder Center. Nearly 100 youngsters sang teddy bear themed songs as part of a year-end music performance.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Principal at Hayden Meadows Elementary, Lisa Pica, is slimed Friday by top raffle sellers, Abbey Whiting, a first-grader and kindergartener Conner Hansen Friday during an assembly. Students raised $16,580 through raffle sales in three weeks. The total was beyond a set goal and earned the top sellers in each grade a chance to pour slime on the principal and two other teachers.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Daniel Zebedio, left, and Tre Cameron, seniors at Lake City High, take a first look at the 2010 yearbook Wednesday after classes. Of the more than 930 yearbooks ordered, nearly 300 of them were available to the senior class a day earlier than other students.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Amy Palmer, a second-grade student from Athol Elementary, shows her nervousness as her nomination essay is read for the May First Class School Champion Award during an assembly Wednesday. Palmer nominated Barry Thackston, left, her bus driver, and stated, "I don't have a grandpa, but if I did I wish he was just like Mr. Barry."

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

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