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ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Sitting upon a golden throne: A New York City museum is offering visitors a chance to sit on a golden throne, but only in private. As part of his ?America? exhibit at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan replaced the toilet in the museum?s fourth-floor restroom with a fully functional replica cast in 18-karat gold. Viewers are invited to use the solid gold toilet just as they would any other facility. It?s the first piece Cattelan has exhibited since his 2011 retrospective at the Guggenheim. It opens on Friday. The museum says on its website that the exhibit ?offers a wink to the excesses of the art market but also evokes the American dream of opportunity for all.? ? Associated Press
Silver..........$19.00/oz. Gold...........$1318.00/oz. Lead.............$1936.00/tonne Zinc.............$2246.00/tonne TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS- PRESS, CALL (208) 752-1120 © Copyright 2016 News-Press Vol. 32, No. 133 Photo by Josh McDonald Wildcats Cierra Brandt and Marley Chambers prepare to block a Bonners Ferry hit during Kellogg?s IML loss to the Badgers on Thursday night.
Errors cost Wildcats IML opener
By JOSH MCDONALD Staff Writer Mental errors are always the most costly and the Kellogg Wildcats volleyball team found out the hard way on Thursday night as they dropped their Intermountain League opener to the Bonners Ferry Badgers in four sets (25-21, 15-25, 25-18,
By MAC POOLER Kellogg Mayor Phase 2 of the City of Kellogg? Sewer Rehabilitation and Replacement Project continues. Work is underway in the area of West Mission Avenue and Oregon Street. Knife River Corporation ? Northwest expects to set a new manhole on Oregon Street yet this week. Crews will then proceed back towards Mission Avenue. Crews expect to be working in this same general area for the next two to three weeks. Work to replace sewer lines will occur first, followed by efforts to replace the water lines Bankcda would like to thank its customers throughout the Silver Valley who have welcomed it into the community and chosen it as their local bank. This summer marks and 25-21). The Wildcats looked to be the better team for most of the contest, but seemingly every time they got comfortable, Bonners came roaring back and stole the momentum and the set. ?We need to play with that high energy all the time,? said Kellogg coach Hollie Yrjana. ?We had some unforced errors in this same area of town. Anyone needing special assistance related to the project or who may have questions or the third year bankcda has been operating in Kellogg at 120 Railroad Ave., and it feels right at home. Also, bankcda would also like to thank those who joined it and inconsistencies with our play that we need to fix, but I think we are moving in the right direction.? Wildcat freshman Cierra Brandt continued her meteoric rise and her energy and uncanny knack for making big plays kept the Wildcats competitive. ?Cierra definitely doesn?t look like a concerns is asked to contact Mr. Craig Lewis, Superintendent of Public Works at (208) 786-9131. On weekends, holidays or after work hours you Tuesday evening for the Customer Appreciation Barbecue in the branch parking lot. The bank hopes everyone enjoyed attending the party as much as it enjoyed hosting it. Right: From left ? Darla and Glen Wessel, Heather Litz, Dana Barker and Donna Kelso (both bankcda employees). freshman out there,? Yrjana said. ?She had a breakout game for us on Tuesday and picked right back up where she left off tonight.? Brandt?s vocal leadership and energy were sorely missed whenever she rotated out, but she still finished with eight kills and three blocks for See WILDCATS, A5 may contact Mr. Lewis by calling the Shoshone County Sheriff?s dispatch at (208) 556-1114 and request they contact him for you.
An appreciative barbecue celebration
?Alive at 25? driver safety class next week
The Shoshone County Sheriff?s Department will be hosting the ?Alive at 25? young adult drivers awareness program next Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Shoshone County Public Safety Building at 10 a.m. The program is a four and a half hour course that teaches defensive driving and decision making awareness for drivers 15 to 24 years of age. The course will discuss the various National Security Council studies that have shown that automobile crashes are the leading cause of death in drivers 15-24 years of age and that most accidents for drivers within this age group are a result of one or more of the following issues: distracted driving, inexperience, lack of awareness of risk taking behaviors, impaired driving, speeding, and driving as a social activity. The class is free of charge and is being taught by a certified police officer. There are number of reason to attend or to have a child attend the course including, student interest, referral (parent, school, driver?s education, law enforcement, or court referral), possible auto insurance reduction, and possible citation dismissal through the prosecutor?s office. To register yourself or a child you must go on to www.idstatedriver.org. The ?Alive at 25? program is sponsored by the Idaho Transportation Department with fund from the National Security Council and the Office of Highway Safety. For additional information or questions contact Deputy J.D. Allen at the SCSD at (208) 556-1114 or by email at email@example.com. Web: shoshonenewspress.com Left: From left ? Glen Wessel, Darla Wessel, Brenda Soderling (owner of Cowboy Bar-B-Que) and Heather Litz (bankcda employee). Courtesy photos