Idaho National Guard members are preparing to trek to Fort Irwin, Calif. for a large-scale training exercise at the National Training Center, a 20-day exercise in August that is the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team’s first since 1998 and the first of its kind for...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s quite simple, really. If your cell phone contained evidence that exonerated you, you would keep it around, right? After all, even if you wanted to fight the good fight, to exert your rights to privacy, to tell your boss to shove it, you would know, intuitively, somewhere down the road you might need the backup. Right?
WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Deer are growing like crazy this month, young and old alike. Montana outdoor photographer Jaime Johnson gives us a snapshot of the stage deer are in after capturing both of these photos in a single day. One photo shows a whitetail fawn...
Fellow Ball State University graduate David Letterman and I crossed paths once. Just once. I was a freshman in 1968 and Dave was a senior. I lived in Waggoner Hall, which at that time was a dorm for men only and was often referred to...
Though no new shops reported sales in April, Spokane County retailers reported $600,000 more in legal marijuana sales last month over March.
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