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HBO's Best of the Local Blogs -- 4/3/06

Family Phil comes clean. He wasn't on a fishing expedition the last few weeks. He was in Iraq delivering Crayolas. Click here.

Eye On Boise: Bob Nonini's high school club permission bill passes the House 35-32, but it probably won't get a hearing in the Senate here.

*Put your hands together for Kathy "Kick Shoe" Kooy, who not only is one of the Friends of Huckleberries bloggers from Ephrata, Wash., but she's now written a column for the Seattle PI here.

*Bearable Bob reminds the commenters and blurkers in the blogosphere that blogging is hard work -- so hard that sometimes you want to throw in the towel when a commenter gets under your skin here.

*Mari Meehan/Dogwalk Musings shares her thoughts on illegal immigration here, and Bayview Herb discusses his attitude toward illegal immigration here.

*JBelle/The 'Kan EWA is struggling with her own personal Jerusalem as Lent continues to wind down here.

*Stebbijo/Your Turn proves why her graphics are always among the best as she posts about the opening of The Coeur d'Alene Resort golf course (on April 1) here.

HBO Page-Views: March was a ha-huge month for Huckleberries Online: 216,544 page-views (to break old record of 177405), 6,985 PVs per day average, and 526,018 PVs for the first quarter (to put the blog on track for 2 million PVs for the year).

Meanwhile, CDADave provides a Thin Air entertainment report here, Sam brags about the UI Argonaut taking the top spot in regional competition here, and Pickaxe Pete/Bodie Specter reacts to the news that comedian Chris Farley died ... 8 years ago ... here.




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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.









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