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Cutline Contest -- 7.31.15 

The Cutline Contest today features two trumpeter swans at the Sunriver Nature Center in Sunriver, Ore. Thursday Winner -- Stitch. (DFO: Hey, HucksOnline readers, you need to do your part in the Cutline Contest by voting for your favorite cutline entries. The winner today received only 3 votes. C'mon. We're doing our part.)

Getting There

Road Rage Friday: At least you're not this guy 

Earlier this month, a man in a car hopped out of his car to take on a younger man riding a motorcycle on the streets of Yuma, Arizona. The reason for the aggression is unclear, but it's obvious the driver feels the motorcycle slighted him...

Spokane Valley

Tired of waiting for the train?

At the Spokane Valley City Council meeting on Tuesday, city manager Mike Jackson suggested staff create a website with all train-related research, projects and problems generated in Spokane Valley.

Eye On Boise

NIC comes full circle with new aerospace program

During World War II, North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene trained hundreds of pilots, aircraft mechanics and aviation technicians as part of the nation’s war effort. By 1947 NIC had the nation’s only combination watchmaking and aviation instrument repair program, operating at Weeks Field, now...


An encounter with David Letterman 

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...

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