For more than a decade, the Daily News has published one photo a day submitted by its readers. Look for the most recent daily in print and on the website. Below are the 50 most recent to appear.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
A new American flag flies above Bear Field at Moscow Middle School in Moscow. The flag, which is 15 feet tall and 25 feet wide, is lit by a so…
Monday, October 14, 2019
Members of the Moscow Garden Club gathered on Sept. 4 for a photo. The club recently celebrated its 70th anniversary. Pictured are: (bottom row, left to right) Heidi Mead, Kathylu Szabo, Jo Ann Trail, Helen Kimberling; (second row, left to right) Joyce Coffen. Sally Amador, Carol Lee Daniels, Dianne Cole, Sandra Baird (bending); and (third row, left to right) Lynda Griffith, Anne Shearer, Joyce Parr, Bonnie Pearson, Mary Jett, Helen Wootton. Tom Trail snapped the photo for the group.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Junior Girl Scouts from Troop 3210 spoke at the Pullman City Council meeting Sept. 24 regarding pedestrian and bicyclist safety around Frankli…
Wednesday, October 09, 2019
Pullman’s Lawson Gardens viewed from the northeast toward the Washington State University campus on the first fall Saturday of 2019. Keith Collins took the photo.
Monday, October 07, 2019
Fall has arrived in Moscow, as evidenced by this photo of this tree on North Polk Extension, taken Oct. 2. The photo was snapped and submitted by Michelle Camarillo of Moscow.
Friday, October 04, 2019
On the steps of Moscow City Hall sit 236 shoes, tied to black balloons, which represent those who died of an opioid overdose in Idaho the past year. Photo snapped and submitted by Darrell Keim of Moscow.
Thursday, October 03, 2019
Jessica Masters, a member of Moscow Girls Scout Troop 3732, recently completed her Silver Award, the second highest award that a Girl Scout can earn. The award requires community partnership and a minimum of 50 hours. For her project, Masters created “welcome home kits” for the Humane Society of the Palouse. The kits included pet supplies, treats and a brochure which focus on animal care and the prevention of animal abuse. They will go home with new pet owners who adopt from HSop or at one of its events. Masters will soon begin the journey toward earning her Gold Award, which can take about a year to complete and is the highest award given to Girl Scouts.
Wednesday, October 02, 2019
Members of Pullman’s Take Off Pounds Sensibly, Group 441, stop for a photo at one of their “walkathons” in August at Pullman’s Lincoln Middle School. The group meets at 2:30 p.m. every Thursday at Regency Pullman. TOPS is an international organization that supports weight loss. Photo submitted by Kay Small.
Tuesday, October 01, 2019
Pullman Regional Hospital hosted its annual Health Innovation Summit at SEL Event Center on Sept. 17. A panel of individuals from Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and Pullman Regional Hospital presented on its partnership to develop a new rural residency program (graduate medical education). The Next Era of Excellence/Prop. 1 on the November general election ballot would provide space to house the Family Medicine Residency program.
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Roger Eagan of Clarkston recently submitted this image to “Share Your Snaps,” the online community photo album at inlad360.com. Eagan called the image “Lost Soles,” and wrote: “These are shoes that I have found by the roadside. Usually, only one shoe is lost and must search forever to find its mate. This is an ongoing work that will never be finished. I have the same idea for gloves, called ‘Lend a Hand, Please,’ and for hats, ‘Heads up.’ “
Friday, September 27, 2019
Moscow Volunteer Fire Department Fleet Manager Karl Redinger, left to right, Genesee Volunteer Fire Department Chief Bill Krick, Moscow Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brian Nickerson and Genesee Mayor Steve Odenborg stand in front of a Moscow Volunteer Fire Department engine Tuesday outside the Moscow City Shop. The city transferred the engine to the Genesee Volunteer Fire Department on Tuesday. The Moscow City Council in June approved the sale of two retired Moscow fire engines for $1 each to Genesee and the Wheatland Fire Protection District south of Lewiston. Moscow received two new fire engines since last year, replacing the two older engines. The photo was taken by Jenelle Krick.
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Adrian Green, son of Kasha Farris, grandson of Sandra Slickpoo, great-grandson of Patricia Hutchins, is out for a daily walk near the Clearwater River in simíinekem (Lewiston). The photo was taken by Harry Slickpoo Jr., and submitted to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album a inland360.com.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Phil Tenwick of Moscow stands at the American cemetery at Omaha Beach in Normandy, France. The photo was submitted as a “Reader Photo of the D…
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Brett Johnson executes a “frontside lip slide,” Saturday at the skate park in Palouse. The photo was taken by Mike Kammeyer. Have a great phot…
Monday, September 23, 2019
This old house has seen better days, but it’s more than 100 years old. Kathleen Witt of Lewiston snapped and submitted the photo to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at Inland360.com.
Saturday, September 21, 2019
The moon rises above the Ferris wheel at the 2019 Latah County Fair in Moscow. Photo by Dillon Chamberlain.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Students and other volunteers from the University of Idaho’s Housing and Residence Life participated in the 30th annual Paint the Palouse event Sept. 7. Three house exteriors were painted in Moscow at no cost to the owners. This photo was snapped by Lucas Arnold and submitted by Nicolas Cress, the department’s outreach and engagement coordinator.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
The American flag softly waves in the late afternoon sunlight atop Clarkston Fire Engine 81 before beginning its travel through the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley for the 9/11 procession last week. The photo was taken by Brook Brown and uploaded to “Share Your Snaps,” the online community photo album at inland360.com.
Monday, September 16, 2019
The Gonzaga University Concert Choir performed for a full chapel Sept. 8 at the Monastery of St. Gertrude. This photo was snapped by Theresa H…
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Here’s the second of back-to-back Reader Photo of the Day images from Mike Kammeyer. He snapped this picture of the sun setting Aug. 31 near Palouse.
Monday, September 09, 2019
These rafters were captured maneuvering an intense wave on the Lochsa River. The photo was taken and submitted by Mary Hayward of Clarkston, who uploaded the image to “Share Your Snaps,” the online community photo album at inland360.com.
Saturday, September 07, 2019
A tiger swallowtail rests on a Lewis’ Syringa, Idaho’s state flower. American Indians used the straight stems of the Syringa to make arrows, a…
Friday, September 06, 2019
Moscow resident Priscilla Wegars, during a visit to Histon, near Cambridge, England, thought of home when she saw this “360” written on the pavement, apparently a marking for sidewalk replacement. Wegars uploaded the image to “Share Your Snaps,” the online community photo album at inland360.com.
Thursday, September 05, 2019
This photo of the Northern Lights was taken Aug. 30 from Orchard Avenue in Moscow by Lisa Hughes, who wrote: “As I was getting ready for bed ... I noticed that there was a glow on the horizon around midnight, so I ran outside for the shot I used a tripod and a 15-second-long exposure to get that much color. The color was not as perceivable with the naked eye. It was a calm, dark night — perfect conditions for night photography.”
Wednesday, September 04, 2019
Dean Stubblefield, 2, of Moscow, returns home from from a long, tough day at daycare Aug. 28, the first day of school for Moscow. Dean’s father, Eric, snapped the photo. Dean’s mother, Tiffani, uploaded the photo to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at inland360.com.
Tuesday, September 03, 2019
Lois, a 10-year-old cat, lets out a yawn — or is it a roar? — on a Saturday evening after a hard day of being cute. The photo was taken Aug. 24 in Moscow by Rylee Bruce and submitted to “Share Your Snaps,” an online community photo album at inland360.com.
Monday, September 02, 2019
Pullman resident William Brock took this picture of Paul Hill, guitar, and Sage Brock, violin, during a musical interlude on recent voyage down the Lower Salmon River. Looking on are Dr. Kim Guida, of Pullman, and Boston architect David King.
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Pullman Community Council on Aging received a $2,500 donation to its Pullman Meals on Program after being nominated by Whitman County farmer Cheryl Druffel, center, middle row. Druffel is a long-time delivery volunteer for Meals on Wheels, one of hundreds from 15 Pullman churches and businesses who deliver a hot meal 365 days a year to homebound and vulnerable seniors. Druffel is pictured with Pullman Community Council on Aging board members and staff. The money was made available through the the Bayer Fund’s “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” program, which provides farmers the opportunity to support nonprofit organizations they care about in their communities.
Friday, August 30, 2019
Children at Guardian Angel-St. Boniface School in Colton will have a new place to play this year, thanks to a $55,000 private donation for a new playground structure. This photo of the students and the unfinished structure was submitted by school principal Lori Becker. Editor’s note: We’re planning a story in the coming weeks about the donation and the structure once it’s complete.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Pearl is the unofficial mascot of Beasley Realty in Pullman. Her owner, Jeff Baldwin, is a broker and adopted Pearl recently. The photo was taken and submitted by Diane Bussanich of Pullman. “Pearl is a miniature Schnauzer and we love to have her in the office,” Bussanich wrote. “She makes us all smile.”