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These days, fights aren't worth fighting for

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Thanks to my cable provider, who shall remain nameless though it looks a bit like a scrawny Rob Lowe, I was unable to watch the “big” fight last night. Actually, the cable problems that hit probably kept me away from the Spurs/Clippers game more than the fight. Read on.


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Prescribed burns to start in Upper CdA River area 

PUBLIC LANDS -- Hikers and anglers need to be aware that the Forest Service will begin prescribed burning in the Upper Coeur d'Alene River area starting Sunday, May 3. Here's the notice from the Idaho Panhandle National Forests: Beginning on Sunday, May 3, 2015 firefighters...


Huckleberries Online

Parting Shot -- 5.1.15 

Fans watch a race before the 141th running of the Kentucky Oaks horse race at Churchill Downs today in Louisville, Ky. The Kentucky Derby, dubbed "fastest two minutes in sports," is scheduled for Satuday afternoon. Question: Do you have a favorite horse in the race?


Eye On Boise

The week that was...

On tonight’s “Idaho Reports,” I join Jim Weatherby, Clark Corbin, and co-hosts Aaron Kunz and Melissa Davlin to discuss the Idaho political developments of the past week, from Gov. Butch Otter calling a special session of the Legislature to the latest developments on preschool, judicial...


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Weird things you can learn during an interview 

My column last Sunday told the story of Joanne Martin, a Medical Lake woman who received a 10-cent check as her settlement from a huge class-action lawsuit against mega-wireless carrier Sprint. Sure. That predicament was entertaining. But some readers were more intrigued by my affection for the killer coffeecake that Joanne served me as we sat arou


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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner o...




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Cooking inspirations, favorite recipes, restaurant finds and other musings from the local food world and beyond.



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