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.
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Two bucks and a fawn were spotted near Snake River Avenue in Lewiston on Aug. 26. Mary Hayward of Clarkston snapped and submitted this image to “Share Your Snaps,” the online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Friday, September 24, 2021
Chris Dopke of Moscow submitted this image of her friend’s cat sitting atop a “pedestal” in her friend’s Pullman backyard. The photographer, friend and cat were attending the Palouse Choral Society’s welcome back picnic Aug. 30.
Thursday, September 23, 2021
Clara Glover and Juliana Harner enjoy lemonade at the Tommy Strong 5k Fundraiser on Saturday in Moscow, which raised $1,741 for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. This foundation benefits childhood cancer research, which only receives 4 percent of the National Institutes of Health’s budget for cancer research. One in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 19, and cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children. Photo by Justin Glover.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Assistant librarian Joanne Riggan shows off the $49.14 in coins saved and recently donated to the Whitman County Library by a 10-year-old patron named Rio.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
The haze from recent fires created an interesting picture on McCormick Ridge north of Sandpoint. The photo was snapped and uploaded by Kathy Witt to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Saturday, September 18, 2021
A section of the Oregon coast was littered with crab shells last September. This one looked like a head with horns and a face, according to photographer Chris Dopke of Moscow.
Friday, September 17, 2021
Aila Remien, 4, poses for a picture while picking apples at Bishops’ Orchard in Garfield on Sept. 12. Aila is the daughter of Peter Remien and Shelly Ruspakka of Moscow.
Thursday, September 16, 2021
The Moscow Giving Circle recently granted funds to Troop 2005 for friendship boxes for Family Promise. The girls earned badges while learning about how they can do their part to help their community.
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Bob and Bonnie Wischmeier and family members were presented with a Century Farm Award on Sept. 4 on behalf of the Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Department of Agriculture and Gov. Brad Little at the Wischmeier home on Little Bear Ridge.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Daily News reader George Gilbert submitted this image of an aging pickup truck across the street from Zoli’s cafe in Tensed.
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Moscow’s Cub Scout Pack 323 recently participated in NASA’s Plant Mars Challenge and won three awards for Best Experimental Design, Best Evaluation of Results & Best Crop Growth. Each team in the challenge received a bag of simulated Martian regolith (soil) and planted something that would help a colony survive on Mars. Teams from across the U.S. and from multiple countries competed. Pictured, left to right, are Chris Roberts, Izaac Valentine, Charlie Roberts, Benjamin Hrdlicka, Nicholas Hrdlicka, and Pernille Langenbach. Not shown is Oliver Jones.
Friday, September 10, 2021
Judy Broumley snapped this image while on a morning walk in Asotin along the Snake River on Aug. 26.
Thursday, September 09, 2021
The sun sets on the western edge of Moscow on Aug. 13. Photo by Keith Gunther of Moscow.
Tuesday, September 07, 2021
Moscow resident Sandra Cook snapped this image of a pair of sunflowers in her backyard.
Saturday, September 04, 2021
Moscow Elks Lodge awarded a $5,500 grant to Latah County Youth Services to assist with various youth needs in Latah County. Latah County Youth Services serves a population that is indigent, distressed and underprivileged; the majority of which have multiple children in the home. The grant will be used to fund back-to-school needs, including backpacks, alarm clocks, haircuts and other items not necessarily available to the youth they serve. A secondary project of the grant will support crisis services. Pictured, left to right, are Sarah Swanson, director of Latah County Adult Misdemeanor Probation, Ben McGuckin, Exalted Ruler of the Moscow Elks Lodge, and Skye Taylor, director of Latah County Youth Services.
Friday, September 03, 2021
Jenifer Piper snapped this image Aug. 13 in Viola of a heron perched atop a pine tree on a smoky morning. Piper uploaded the image to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Thursday, September 02, 2021
Ken Carper snapped this image Aug. 2 at Baranof Island in southeast Alaska while on a cruise with his wife, Tanya. “This time, the salmon’s determination paid off,” Ken Carper wrote. “The clumsy bear missed, and fell off his rock!”
Wednesday, September 01, 2021
Susan Adams snapped and submitted this image of a baby bird waiting for “momma” to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Moscow’s Dan Schmidt captured this image recently in his wife’s pollinator garden. Schmidt uploaded the image to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Friday, August 27, 2021
Jerry Cunnington snapped and submitted this image of a sharp-shinned hawk to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Thursday, August 26, 2021
Latah County Library District director Chris Sokol, left, and Idaho State Librarian Stepanie Bailey-White display a “Keep Students Learning and Adults Earning” grant award provided in July through the American Rescue Plan Act by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Idaho Commission for Libraries. Funds will be used for a book bike, new public computers, educational iPads and more. Photo by Dylan Baker.
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
The Moscow High School boys soccer team opened the 2021 season Saturday with a 5-0 shutout of rival Lakeland. Kristin Hansen snapped and submitted this image of the Bears.
Saturday, August 21, 2021
Helen Wootton, of Moscow, submitted this image taken in 1915 of a couples camping at Cedar Grove, about 40 miles from Moscow Mountain, according to Wootton. Adults pictured are, left to right, Freeman Stockwell, Fanee Moore Stockwell, Mable Moore Town, Jeanne Moore Medanhall and Harry Town. Louis Mendenhall is taking the picture and the baby pictured is Gordon Mendenhall, the son of Jeanne and Louis. The Moore women were daughters of Frederick and Helen Moore, who had an orchard and dairy farm on the ridge above what is now Moscow Walmart store. Wootton is the grandaughter of Mable and Harry Town.
Friday, August 20, 2021
Sue Hinz, of Pullman, appreciated the sense of humor of this truck company as she sat in traffic, creeping along Interstate 5.
Thursday, August 19, 2021
A praying mantis makes itself at home on a patio table belonging to Jerry Cunnington. “While enjoying our patio, this praying mantis made himself known as it came up over the edge of our table to say hello,” Cunnington wrote. “It was kind enough to allow me tiime to grab my camera and get a few quick shots.” Cunnington submitted this image to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Kim Thompson shared this image following a morning of yard sales in Moscow. “My friend and I pulled up next to this old building. The poppies were magnificent!” she wrote.
Saturday, August 14, 2021
Photographer Sharon Lindsay’s photos (like the one above) of the Harvest Quilts Quilt Show are on display at the Colfax Library Center through Aug. 31. The quilt show took place at the Rosalia Library.
Friday, August 13, 2021
A pyrocumulus cloud (white at top, above smoke) from a wildfire east of Moscow is seen Wednesday. The cloud formed from intense heat generated by the fire at Lenore. Photo and science lesson by Moscow’s Jeff Hicke.
Thursday, August 12, 2021
A ladybug on a dandelion in Clarkston. The photo was snapped and submitted by Mike Epstein to Share Your Snaps, an online community photo album at inland360.com.
Wednesday, August 11, 2021
The College Hill Association Good Neighbor Award was presented on July 8 to retired City of Pullman Planning Director Pete Dickinson at the group’s annual neighborhood barbecue. Dickinson received the award surrounded by about 60 residents. Allison Munch-Rotolo made the presentation. By tradition, the Good Neighbor Award is presented to nonresidents of College Hill who make significant contributions toward improving the quality of public life in the neighborhood.