Share your best photos with the community (and have them considered as a Reader Photo of the Day) by uploading to the "Share Your Snaps" feature at Inland 360. You can also send your photo by email to

For more than a decade, the Daily News has published photos submitted by its readers. Look for the most recent daily in print and on the website. Below are the 50 most recent to appear.

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Volunteers celebrate April 17 during the Earth Month Watershed Festival at the Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute's Rose Creek Nature Preserve. Families rotated through educational stations learning about aquatic insects, water quality, local birds and ecology and helped plant 100 native trees.

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This badger was spotted April 4 just west of Clarkston by Mary Hayward. She submitted the image to “Share Your Snaps,” a community photo album at Readers are encourage to check it out and submit their best images for consideration as a Reader Photo of the Day.

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The Palouse Empire Gymnastics XCEL Silvers, based in Moscow, place fifth at state out of 19 teams in Pocatello on March 21. The photo was uploaded to “Share Your Snaps,” a community photo album at, where everyone is welcome to share their best photos.

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This orchid belonged to the late Ruth Kliger, of Boulder, Colo., formerly of Moscow. This current photo of the orchid in full bloom is shared by daughters Lisa and Carol Kliger, in memory of the tragic loss of life at King Soopers, where the orchid was purchased.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Sheri Miller, associated director of the Whitman County Library, submitted this postcard image of St. Scholastica’s Academy in Colton, likely taken around 1915. The Academy’s last class graduated in 1931. Afterward, the academy was closed and most of the Benedictine nuns moved to the motherhouse in Cottonwood, Idaho. The postcard is courtesy the private collection of Steven Shook.

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