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Nate Sanchez dives to keep the play alive during an intense match of spike ball with his brother Ethan, left, and friend Jack Landis, not pictured, at Indian Hills Park Tuesday afternoon in Moscow. The trio mentioned they were homeschooled and recently on summer vacation. “It’s pretty awesome to hang out with friends when school’s out,” Ethan Sanchez.
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Members of University of Idaho’s Phi Kappa Tau enjoy the sunshine while sitting on the fraternity house roof with their pet duck, Quacker Oats, who members of the fraternity purchased in Lewiston just over a month ago. “Twelve dollars for a lifetime of happiness,” said fraternity member Ben Tompkins. As popularity of the new house pet grew, members decided to make an instagram page under the username “quackeroatsuidaho.”
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One participant gets his vehicle stuck in a mud pit at Northern Farms Mud Fest on Saturday morning, March 2, 2019 in Sweet Home, OR. Photo by Zach Wilkinson
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After clearing a lane of snow, Connor Horne, 14, runs short sprints around the Track at Moscow Middle School. Horne said he is preparing for the upcoming USATF National Youth Indoor Championship where he will compete in the 800 meter and 1500 meter distance running events. “I’m pretty motivated and I think I have a good chance at winning nationals,” added Horne.
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Marghie Christensen, left, gets caught in a tree while flying kites with her children Libby Christensen, 11, front, and Abe Christensen, 21, outside of their Moscow home. Abe, a student-athlete on the football team at North Carolina State, is currently home on break. Marghie said that they recently moved to town from North Carolina and is happy to have the family together.
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Kyber Cramer, 2, runs through The Wild Thang, a 60-foot-long paper mâché dragon, with his sister Catalina Cramer, 5, during a collaboration of Moscow’s Renaissance Fair and Farmers Market on Saturday morning.
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Eleanor Bremer, 6, watches as her brothers Silas, 8, left, and Matthew, 12, “sword fight” with scrap wood from the garage while riding on ripsticks in front of their Moscow home on Tuesday afternoon.
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Long shadows are casted as members of Washington State University’s Delta Tau Delta fraternity shoot hoops on Tuesday afternoon in Pullman. Fraternity members said they were glad to finally see the sun so they could spend more time outside.
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University of Idaho students are seen through a window of the Integrated Research and Innovation Center as they walk across campus on the first day of spring classes.
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Despite rising temperatures throughout the Palouse, Derek Knox, of Moscow, takes in the heat as he practices taking shots on goal at the Palouse Ice Rink in Moscow on June 29, 2021. Knox, who has been playing hockey for over 25 years, including 10 years in the local men’s league, said he is most looking forward to Moscow’s new ice rink because “having a full sheet of ice will be nice for the nearby schools, but even better for the local kids.”
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A Coca Cola distribution truck highlights the windows of the Compton Union Building as Washington State University students study inside Tuesday afternoon in Pullman.
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Trekking moose are framed against a hillside blanketed by snow off of Butte Road in Moscow on Thursday afternoon.