Delanie Blackburn runs backstage as she gets into position Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, during the 24 Hour Theatre Project at the Orpheum Theatre in Twin Falls Idaho. The project challenged three teams of five performers to create an original 40-minute play in just 24 hours. Each team was given a random prop, genre and Shakespearean quote that had to be incorporated into their play.
Kase Mauger, of Twin Falls, works to get out from under Lakeland's Alex Edelblute as Edelblute jams his arm into Mauger's face in their 4A 106-pound championship match Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, during the IHSAA State Wrestling tournament at Holt Arena in Pocatello Idaho. Mauger defeated Edelblute in a 4-2 decision to claim the state title.
Third Grade Teacher Janna Cowger is covered in whipped cream and cereal by her students Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, at Lighthouse Christian School in Twin Falls Idaho. Cowger's class earned the right to 'slime her' after raising the most money in the school for the American Heart Association with $2,500. In total the school donated over $10,000.
Etha Carruthers, right, listens to Reverend Mike Hollomon read a passage of the Bible on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, during Ash Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church in Twin Falls Idaho.
Burley forward Cade Seely and Twin Falls post Ryan Ball fight for possession of a rebound during the Great Basin Conference title game Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, at Burley High School in Burley Idaho. Burley defeated Twin Falls 60-50.
Peggy Ripley smiles as Kyle Bulkley, of Bulkeez Blossoms, delivers Valentine's Day flowers ordered by her son Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, at her home in Twin Falls Idaho.
Photographer Vic Graybeal, 94, shows off a picture he took of musician Louis Armstrong and movie star Sheila McCrea on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at his home in Twin Falls Idaho. Graybeal has outlived most of the folks he photographed over the years, celebrities including Marilyn Monroe and Louis Armstrong, and Twin Falls locals Clarence Smith and grocer Joe Shelby, to name a few.
Anthony Maldonado, of Twin Falls, looks for help as Zak Allred, of Minico, tries to pin him in their 120-pound championship match Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, during the 4A District 4 tournament at Minico High School in Rupert Idaho. Allred pinned Maldonado at 1:47.
Paul Bowman, of Team Simon, sets a tablecloth on a table as he preps the stage Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, during the 24 Hour Theatre Project at the Orpheum Theatre in Twin Falls Idaho. The project challenged three teams of five performers to create an original 40-minute play in just 24 hours. Each team was given a random prop, genre and Shakespearean quote that had to be incorporated into their play.
Aviana Calleros, center, reads with other students in her first grade class Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, at Wendell Elementary School in Rupert. At Wendell Elementary School, about 50 percent of students are considered 'limited English proficient.' The school has had to adapt its curriculum to accommodate the large amount of English as a Second Language students. 'It's just who we are, and we just make it work,' said Paula Chapman, Wendell Elementary School Principal.
Owner Tim Stastny talks about his desire to put a speakeasy-style bar into the basement of his business Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, at Slice in Twin Falls Idaho.
Minico Assistant Coach Isaiah Alverado comforts Kinardo Campos after Campos lost his 170-pound consolation match against Curtis Johnson, of Lakeland, on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, during the IHSAA State Wrestling tournament at Holt Arena in Pocatello Idaho.