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HucksOnline Blogos -- 8.3.15 

Today's roundup of the HucksOnline Blogosphere includes Herb Huseland/Bay Views visiting the remains of the houses destroyed by the Cape Horn fire. Writes Herb: "I have seen burned homes before. Never have I seen such total destruction. No charred wood or plumbing, chimneys ... Nothing." Plus, July & year-to-date numbers for HucksOnline ...


Sirens & Gavels

Harpham loses latest appeal 

Kevin William Harpham, the man who planted a bomb laced with rat poison along the parade route on Martin Luther King Day in 2011, has lost his most recent appeal of a 32-year prison sentence.


Outdoors blog

Another wolf sniffs out the digs in California 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced today that wildlife biologists have been tracking a gray wolf that has likely dispersed from Oregon into Siskiyou County in northern California. The presence of this new wolf – whose sex and specific origins...


Spokane Valley

Free health care

An unexpected activity takes over the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Havana Street where volunteers moved in and set up a field hospital over the weekend.



Featured

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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