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Huckleberries Local AM Headlines — 12/22/05

KC Duley, right, and her husband Dan Duley, left, have just opened Bada Bing's Deli in Hayden at Fourth St. and Prairie. KC holds a plate of cannolis, an Italian dessert delicacy made of ricotta cheese, cinnamon, nutmeg, pistachio nuts and chocolate chips wrapped in a pastry. The recipe for the cannoli and sauces used for pasta are from KC's family. Nils Rosdahl discusses the new business and other's in his weekly Handle On Business column here.

*Liberty Lake, Post Falls vie for Cabela's: Cities create incentives to woo outdoors megastore/Melodie Little, Spokesman-Review -- My money's still on Post Falls because Mayor Clay Larkin's a civic promoter extraordinaire.

*Chance for White Christmas melts: Predicted lows expected to be above freezing/Brian Walker, Coeur d'Alene Press -- Mother Nature has her timing all messed up this Christmas holiday season.

*Judge bans groomed trails to help caribou: Ruling aims to keep snowmobiles off federal land near Priest Lake/James Hagengruber, Spokesman-Review -- Wasn't there a study released recently that said snowmobiles had little to no effect on the big game animals of Yellowstone National Park? This may be a case of enviro hysterics that is going to hamper the winter survival of Priest Lake area businesses.

*Huetter moves closer to hooking into sewer: Town must secure grant before beginning $1.2 million project/Erica Curless, Spokesman-Review -- Huetter residents are sitting on some of North Idaho's top property and this move just made it more valuable.

*Arrest made after false return of vacuum/Spokesman-Review -- The bad guys are getting a little more creative.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.