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KHS faculty takes on ?Shadow a Student? challenge
By JOSH McDONALD Staff reporter Earlier this month students and staff from Kellogg High School participated in the ?Shadow a Student? challenge. The students were selected lottery style from a pool of 25 students who had volunteered to be in the program. Teachers Jen Yasen, David Howard, Francesca Gauvin, and Brandon Hoxie, along with counselor Heather Johnson and KHS principal Curt- Randall Bayer were asked to forego their normal staff duties and to take part in a ?normal? day for the student they were partnered with. ?My student happened to play a lot of basketball throughout the day,? said Bayer. ?So I was in the gym shooting before school and then also during our gym time on lunch.? Aside from following the students to their classes and during their breaks, the teachers had to actively participate in those classes to the best of their abilities as well as attempt to adjust to the ever changing social landscape that the kids deal with on a daily basis. ?One thing I noticed is that quieter students sometimes get overshadowed by the more talkative kids,? said Bayer. see SHADOW, A6 Courtesy photo KHS staff members Jen Yasen, Curt-Randall Bayer, David Howard, Brandon Hoxie, Francesca Gauvin and Heather Johnson stand with the students they shadowed during the ?Shadow a Student? challenge earlier this month.
All-Star hoops rosters listed
Twice the claw meat: A Portland seafood wholesaler has acquired a lobster that will never see the dinner table despite having double the usual amount of claw meat. Ready Seafood Co. bought the lobster, which has four fully formed claws, from a Canadian dealer. The critter has three claws on one arm and one on the other. Lobsters normally have two claws ? one for pinching and one for crushing. Ready Seafood?s in-house marine biologist Curt Brown on Thursday said he?s never seen a four-clawed lobster in more than a decade in the business. He says a genetic mutation most likely caused the extra claws. The crustacean will be handed over to the state Department of Marine Resources, Brown said. He said he?ll suggest the agency try to breed it in captivity. ? Associated Press
Silver.............$15.37/oz. Gold...........$1236.00/oz. Lead........... $1714.00/tonne Zinc ............ $1741.00/tonne TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS- PRESS, CALL (208) 752-1120 © Copyright 2016 News-Press Vol. 31, No. 313 Web: shoshonenewspress.com Photos by Chanse Watson. The Rootin? Tootin? Tutus fundraiser had more than 110 people show up to support Shoshone Pet Rescue.
?Tutus? raises $6,000 for SPR
By CHANSE WATSON Managing Editor The March 12 Rootin? Tootin? Tutus fundraiser at the Sunshine Inn in Kellogg was a great success and raised over $6,000 for the Shoshone Pet Rescue (SPR). More than 110 people attended the fundraiser and showed their support for the Rescue by participating in the night?s festivities. In comparison with the past 10 years, the event?s attendance has hovered around 70 to 90 people and has brought in $5,000 to $10,000 in profit per event. Co-chair of the event Sarah Harris and the SPR would like to publicly thank the Sunshine for the donated use of the space and the Chuckwagon Chow! If you could not make the event, SPR accepts donations year-round at P.O. Box 884 in Kellogg and SPR is completely volunteer run, so all donations go straight to the animals? needs. From left, Stephanie Pearce, Amy Gillmore, Paige Olsen, Jordyn Keller, Casey Vincent and Callie Hegbloom pose for the camera dressed as Smurfs for Saturday?s Shoshone Pet Rescue fundraiser. The 2016 District I Basketball All-Star Game is this Friday, March 18, at the Mullan Athletic Pavilion. Both the boys and the girls from the east and west regions of the district will have a chance to play with some of their regular season opponents, as well as compete in a 3-point shooting competition and a dunk competition. Each team will consist of 16 players, with the eastern representatives wearing white(home) jerseys and their western counterparts wearing their dark(away) jerseys. The girls game will begin at 6 p.m. with the girl?s 3-point competition being held during halftime of that game. The boys game will follow, with the boys 3-point competition being held during that halftime. The winners from the boys and girls 3-point competition will then face off to crown the lone District I 3-Point Champion. The dunk competition will follow the 3-point championship to wrap up the boys halftime. see HOOPS, A6
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