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HBO's Local AM Headlines -- 3/14/08


Jesse Tinsley/Spokesman-Review

Don Parker, right, and Lou St. John, left, talk about the old railroad tunnel they own on an old Milwaukee Railroad right of way and which they are hoping to sell. The two are business partners in a grain storage company in Tekoa, Wash. and they bought the tunnel with the thought of making it into grain storage, but it never worked out. Story here

*Idaho Records/Sherry Adkins, Spokesman-Review

*Altercation prompts gun rumors at Priest River high/Nick Ivie, Hagadone News Network -- Parents can't be too careful nowadays.

*After hiatus, Mazda back in business in Kootenai County/Rich Thomas, Coeur d'Alene Press -- I've never owned a Mazda. But I hear they're good cars.

*Idaho bill to limit stun guns dies in committee/Associated Press -- Law-abiding citizens carry stun guns?

*Time to burn: Officials hope to torch about 60 acres on Tubbs Hill to reduce fire danger/Lucy Dukes, Coeur d'Alene Press -- So you reduce fire danger by torching Tubbs Hill? Works for me.

*Harwood to seek fifth term in House: Wants to continue fight for less government spending, lower taxes/Coeur d'Alene Press -- Indian basher Harwood's ability to serve 4 terms in the Idaho Legislature is proof that there's still some fairly backward places in North Idaho




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