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HBO's Best of the Local Blogs -- 8/14/06

Family Phil continues his photo essay: "What I Did This Summer on the Pacific NW Coast" here.

Extra! Betsy Russell/Eye On Boise reports that state Superintendent of Schools Marilyn Howard is being treated for cancer here. Also, Betsy covered that state Tax Commission hearing on Bonner County property values here.

*A piece of advice if you are going to Big Al's Mud bogs. It is a lot of fun once the show finally gets going and the announcer has a great sense of humor too. But bring you own comfortable folding chair, sez Amyrebba/That's Life, here.

*Mommy Dearest/BrodH2O discusses the trials and tribulations of serving as default emcee at the annual Athol Daze Parade here.

*Nicholas Casey/Rants & Raves is worried that his wife has taken too much notice of the fact that two of their friends have recently bought homes here.

*Marianne Love/Slight Detour speaks of rabbits, turtles, and outlaw Farmins in her latest post here.

*Toad/Synaptic Disunion worries for the woman he saw in a burka at the Wal*Mart on Division Saturday here.

HBO Page-View Nos. were strong last week, topping 5000 on Thursday and Friday and finishing at 29233 for the week for a 7-day average of 4176 per day.

Meawhile, Bayview Herb wonders where the tourists went while contemplating the tomatoes in his garden here, Jim cleans out his notebook here, Kristin notes that Iran's prez has a blog now here, Brent loves library book sales here, CDADave is searching for solitude in all the wrong places here, and Kale offers another reason why not to use AOL 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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