Simone Hinman, 4, holds a sign that she made with her parents for the March for Science protest in downtown Coos Bay in part of a global day of protests in celebration of Earth Day on April 21, 2017.
Caterpillars crawl on leaves in the flight room at the Elkton Community Education Center in Elkton last week.
A onesie with a description of a previous child abuse case in Coos County is on display at the Kids' Hope Center on Wednesday. The staff created the display using first-person statements that summarize previous cases on t-shirts or onesies that correspond to the child's age in the case.
Riders warm up in the arena during the Cloverleaf Classic at Miller's Horse Palace on March 31, 2018.
Hillcrest Elementary School music teacher Sharon Rodgers, center, leads a rehearsal for the newly launched fifth grade marimba band funded by a Coquille Tribal Community Fund grant on February 7, 2017.
Brian Kirk, a jazz professor at Seattle Central College, plays the piano during his jazz class on January 13, 2016.
A young girl moves an American flag to see other protesters during competing protests in Portland, Oregon on June 4, 2017.
Mary Graham, a member of the Coquille Valley Art Association, organizes partially complete quilts in preparation for the Quiltathon event on March 4th, 2017. The finished quilts are donated to the CASA Program of Coos County.
Cody Peterson, a volunteer, sits on the floor during a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) exercise scenario in Pirate Hall on Friday.
A firefighter inspects a building from a ladder truck at Lynnrich Seamless Siding, Windows, and Doors at 510 Moore Lane in Billings, Montana on June 13, 2018.
A multistage rocket fires in the Black Rock Desert as part of a NASA funded research program at the University of Washington.
Dozer, an 85-pound pitbull, pulls a 90-pound beer keg during the eleventh running of the Monster Dog Pull at Red Lodge Ales at Sam's Tap Room in Red Lodge on Sunday. Dozer took first in his weight class as well as the overall fastest run with a time of 3.66 seconds.
Molly Prickett, an environmental engineer for Monsanto, is pictured at a phosphate mine near Soda Springs, Idaho. Prickett works at the only elemental phosphorous plant in the Western Hemisphere.