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Huckleberries NW Roundup -- 1/9/09

ORG XMIT: WAET104 Mike Evans, checking on the home of a friend, walks through fog and water two-feet deep Friday, Jan. 9, 2009, near Carnation, Wash. Thousands of people are still out of their homes and hundreds of trucks are stranded along highways because of floods, mudslides and avalanches in the Pacific Northwest.  (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) (Elaine Thompson / The Spokesman-Review)
ORG XMIT: WAET104 Mike Evans, checking on the home of a friend, walks through fog and water two-feet deep Friday, Jan. 9, 2009, near Carnation, Wash. Thousands of people are still out of their homes and hundreds of trucks are stranded along highways because of floods, mudslides and avalanches in the Pacific Northwest. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) (Elaine Thompson / The Spokesman-Review)

 Mike Evans, checking on the home of a friend, walks through fog and water two-feet deep earlier today, near Carnation, Wash. Thousands of people are still out of their homes and hundreds of trucks are stranded along highways because of floods, mudslides and avalanches in the Pacific Northwest. Moments ago, the Washington Department of Transportation announced that Snoqualmie Pass is now open on I-90. See story below. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

David Horsey/Seattle PI: Porn bailout

*USGS to fight Web operator who gave fake Yellowstone volcano warning/Billings Gazette

*Idaho jobless rate leaps to 6.6%/Idaho Statesman; Rising claims drain jobless fund/KTVB

*http://www.dailyinterlake.com/articles/2009/01/09/news/local_montana/news_8768521326_05.txt/Daily Inter Lake 

*Governor declares disaster in Benewah County/KTVB

*Orbusmax Special: Boeing to announce layoffs of 4,500 here.

*Boise State finishes 11th in AP college football poll/Idaho Statesman

*Southern Idaho school districts mull 4-day week/Twin Falls Times-News

*Court: Unabomber's writings can be sold online/AP

*Washington DOT reopens Snoqualmie Pass/KHQ

*Wyoming delegation questions stimulus package/Billings Gazette

 




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