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Found Images - Oct. 30

| November 4, 2010 8:15 AM

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press A motorist drives under a canopy of brightly colored leaves Monday awaiting to fall from branches near the intersection of Front Avenue and 17th Street.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Sam Lapresta, with the City of Coeur d'Alene Parks Department, pushes a pile of leaves with a tractor Tuesday as crews begin their leaf collection efforts in City Park.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press A dusting of snow on the hillsides surrounding Cougar Bay is highlighted by the sunlight breaking through the cloud cover Tuesday.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Claire Kincaid-Slate, interior designer for the H2A Architects, enjoys a visit in one of the labs in Seiter Hall Tuesday during an open house. A re-dedication ceremony preceded the open house event inviting the public to tour the recent $4.3 million remodel of the North Idaho College building. Seiter Hall houses the math, computer science and engineering division on campus.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press McKenzie McCord, 14, helps Eric Stowell, 10, place posters on lockers Thursday at Lakeland Junior High. All 446 students at John Brown Elementary crafted posters for Red Ribbon Week reminding their older classmates the importance of staying drug free. The posters were placed at Lakeland Junior and Senior High schools and Mountain View Alternative High School.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Nicole Choquette, right, an outside sales assistant at the Coeur d'Alene Press, and Emily Williams, a graphic designer at the Press, were in the Halloween spirit when they donned their "Department of Corrections" jumpsuits for work Friday.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Mary Lou Reed, of Coeur d'Alene, tallies up donations between phone calls Wednesday during a Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock-Up that was held at Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson. More than 40 area volunteers participated in the organization's annual fundraiser where they are "locked up" until they can produce enough donations to post bail. The five-hour event raised approximately $23,000.

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JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Caid Wood, 9, walks along Sherman Avenue in his "Wild Thing" costume while listening to his classmate talk about how much candy he received during Sorensen Magnet School's Halloween parade Friday.

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SHAWN GUST/Press Suzie Altsuler, a sixth-grade science teacher at Post Falls Middle School, reacts as time runs out while scratching Idaho Lottery Class Act scratch tickets Thursday at the Greyhound Park and Event Center. The Idaho Lottery hosted the Scratch for Schools event, in its 10th year, where faculty from 41 area schools had a chance to win money for their school. The Idaho Lottery has given $478.3 million to Idaho schools over the last 21 years.

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

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