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Hudsons: Most Iconic Restaurant

In Huffington Post Taste, Lee Breslouer reports on "The most iconic restaurant in every state (and DC)." Idaho winner? Hudson Hamburgers (circa 1907), of course. Breslouer writes: "Burgers and fries. That's the all-American meal. And you can't get it at Hudson's, because they don't serve...


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Man fined $30K for shooting grizzlies 

ENDANGERED SPECIES — The Montana man's excuse that grizzlies were a threat to his grandchildren didn't fly in court. Everett Skunkcap, 75, accused of killing three grizzly bears near his Browning home last summer has been ordered to pay $30,000 in restitution. The U.S. Attorney’s...


Getting There

The City in 1950

This illustration was done in 1925 for Popular Science Monthly. It looked just 25 years into the future, and saw something grand.


SportsLink

Hawks' sendoff was impressive 

A GRIP ON SPORTS • That noise you hear in the background is the Super Bowl hype machine warming up. It began to turn over yesterday in Phoenix as the Seahawks arrived in town. Today the Patriots touch down and the machine will be going full blast. Read on.


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Favorite books of S-R staffers 

Perusing the variety of lists of favorite books this time of year is a great way to whet your appetite for reading. I asked my newsroom colleagues to list a favorite book or two that they read in 2014. Not all of their choices were...

An underground history of Spokane trolleys

In today’s paper, we reported on a decision yesterday by the Spokane Transit Authority board of directors to let voters decide whether to increase sales tax by 0.3 percent to fund a plan that would extend hours and expand service to new areas, as well...


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Thoughts and ruminations from S-R columnist Doug Clark






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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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