An historic building on Dewey Ave. in Eureka is demolished with Elmer Brenneman at the wheel on a summery April day last week. The building, long vacant, was the original home of the Tobacco Valley...Read more
Eureka Community Players Adrian Miller, Sarah Moen and Brian Dinsmore rehearse a scene from “How the West Was Fun,” to be performed April 26 and 27 at Majestic Theatre. Photo by Nikki Meyer
Woodsmoke hovers above a greening-up field as snow clings to the peaks above Therriault Pass at sunset. Photo by Nikki Meyer
Turning larch down low and snow up high herald the approach of winter. Photo by Nikki Meyer
The banks of Grave Creek just before the Stoken Bridge are ablaze with fall colors in a recent photo. Photo by Larry Cheek
In a view over Mt. Barnaby from Stahl Peak, the sun sets Friday over a Tobacco Valley shrouded in the mists of a week-long inversion. Photo by Krista Nemeroff
Morning sun lights up a maple tree on the lawn of Lincoln Electric in Eureka. Photo by Krista Nemeroff
Haze and storm clouds make the Canadian Rockies glow as seen recently from Airport Rd. Photo by Nikki Meyer
A bull moose, its antlers still velveted knobs, looks up reluctantly from foraging in the waters of Lick Lake on a warm afternoon Saturday. Photo by Krista Nemeroff
Mid-chew, a young bighorn sheep looks up from grazing among the broken cliffs above Lake Koocanusa.
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