Dr. John Hanowell, left, and Certified Nursing Assistant Molly Veenstra, right, prepare an arm sling for 15-month-old Amayrani Yescas Damas before her broken arm can be put into a cast Friday, July 6, 2018, at St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center emergency room in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Michael Mezmer looks at the crowd as he plays Russian Roulette with a staple gun during his 'Danger Magik' show Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018, at the Twin Falls County Fair in Filer, Idaho. Mezmer began every trick by describing how "crazy" it was going to be and ended every trick by screaming "isn't that amazing?" During his show, Mezmer swallowed razor blades, snapped an arrow with his neck and played Russian Roulette with a staple gun.
Tanner Aus hangs on during his Bareback Bronc Ride on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, during the Stampede PRCA Rodeo at the Twin Falls County Fair in Filer, Idaho. Aus finished fourth with a score of 81 points.
Deputy Matt Hawkins helps Jessalynn pick out a new pair of shoes for school Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, during the "Shop with a Cop" event at Fred Meyer in Twin Falls, Idaho. Twenty children received a little help with their back-to-school shopping at this year's 11th annual "Shop with a Cop" event. Some of the kids, who ranged in age from first to 10th grade, were staying at the Valley House shelter. Others had been recommended by the juvenile probation department.
Suad Saeed, center, sits in the CSI Refugee Center van Tuesday, July 31, 2018, as she waits to go home after English class at the College of Southern Idaho Refugee Center in Twin Falls, Idaho. The center provides transportation for all newly arriving refugees, but because of the cost the service doesn't continue forever. After a month of orientation around the town, refugees have to rely on friends and volunteers to take them anywhere besides medical appointments and employment, which is covered by the van. "In Twin Falls, you have to have a car," said Lea Raly, a 19-year-old refugee who got a job working for a local manufacturing company.
Poultry Judge Dawn Lytle inspects Karson King's market turkeys during the poultry show Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, at the Twin Falls County Fair in Filer, Idaho. Lytle came to the Filer fairgrounds from Oregon to judge the quality shows and showmanship. While breed standards are important, at county fairs, she said, the quality of the birds is much different than what you'd find with professional breeders. At fairs, Lytle's judgments are largely based on bird condition instead of the official Standard of Perfection.
Addison Huettig, 5, puts on her backpack as the bus arrives Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, at her home in Hazelton, Idaho. Addison, nicknamed "Chatty Addi" by her family, was more reserved than usual as she waited to begin her first day of kindergarten at Valley Elementary School.
Dakota Colby calls himself to the stand as he represents himself at his trial for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at the Twin Falls County Courthouse in Twin Falls, Idaho. Colby was accused of threatening his mother with a knife on Sept. 29, 2017. The trial for 27-year-old Dakota Colby ended in a mistrial when jurors couldn't reach a unanimous verdict.
Principal Jake Massey poses for a portrait in one of the new classrooms Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, at Stricker Elementary School in Kimberly, Idaho. Stricker will open its doors for the first time on Aug. 27. Construction on the $10.7 million facility kicked off in spring 2017 and wrapped up earlier this summer.
Haley Rogers, 11, sets up decorations for the Bits and Spurs 4H Group display Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, at the Jerome County Fairgrounds in Jerome, Idaho. This year Rogers is showing her Quarter Horse Ellie in the patterns, horsemanship, showmanship, barrels and pulls categories.
Bottles of "alcohol" representing liquor sales for 2018 based on bottles purchased in the Magic Valley sit on display Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018, in Twin Falls, Idaho. From left to right, Sun Valley Resort purchased 17,341 bottles, Anchor Bistro and Bar purchased 4,784 bottles, El Caporal purchased 2,705 bottles, Angler's Lounge purchased 2,296 bottles, Blue Lakes Country Club purchased 2,043 bottles, Iron Horse Saloon purchased 1,352 bottles, Nelson Cafe and Pilot Lounge purchased 1,226 bottles and Iron Mountain Inn purchased 413 bottles. Each business was the top selling establishment for their county.
Crews use a crane to place a derailed car back on the train tracks Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, in Twin Falls, Idaho. The Eastern Idaho Railroad train went off the tracks earlier in the day. Using a crane, crews were able to put the car back on the tracks, but the job took several hours to complete.