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Kenyans Sweep Boston Marathon 

Wesley Korir, left, and Sharon Cherop, both of Kenya, kiss the winner's trophy after winning the men's and women's divisions of the 116th Boston Marathon Monday. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) Question: I've never been into running. But I did run 3 miles once, back in the...

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Stop The Recall Mailing 21,000 Letters 44 

Sometime this week, 21,000 Coeur d'Alene residents will receive a letter from Stop the Recall organizers that begins: "As you are probably aware, there is currently a select group of citizens attempting to recall Mayor Bloem and Council Members Deanna Goodlander, Mike Kennedy, and Woody...

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Trib: Wolf Trapping Photo Told Tale 

As required, he placed his traps away from prohibited areas - such as campgrounds - to minimize conflicts. He used the appropriate traps. Bransford heeded a requirement that he check his traps at least every 72 hours. He attended Idaho Fish and Game's prerequisite wolf...

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Mixing Politics And Religion 

We’ve all heard that if you want to avoid an argument or offending your best friends, don’t talk religion or politics. And especially don’t talk about them together. But Cody Hanson sees it differently. He loves his country’s past and doesn’t mind if once in...

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Press Outlines Recall Letter Policy 

The Coeur d'Alene Press laid out rules on Sunday for printing letters to the editor re: the recall attempt against Mayor Sandi Bloem and three City Council members: "Our purpose today is not to pick sides in this fight but to define some Opinion page...

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Death Of A Swan 

The Phantom Photographer emails re: this photo: "I went to the jet boat races in St. Maries (over the weekend). On my way back is was driving off the main road around one of the Lakes. I saw a swan that looked sick on the...

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Tax Day Isn't Until Tuesday 

It’s a classic story: You got your W-2 forms way back in February, got your papers in order to file your taxes and then called it a day. Suddenly it’s mid-April and you realize you never took the last step — to file. There’s some...

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Judge To Hear Easton Arguments 

A 1st District judge in North Idaho will hear arguments this week on whether the Boy Scouts’ Inland Northwest Council can trade a historic campsite for another parcel of land. Judge John Luster will hold a hearing Tuesday, the Coeur d’Alene Press reports. A group...

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DFO: 'Nonsense" Sums Up Recall Push 

Attorney Norm Gissel has two words to describe the attempted recall against Coeur d’Alene Mayor Sandi Bloem and three City Council members: “What nonsense.” Many of you know Norm as one of the attorneys who sued the Aryan Nations into bankruptcy. On Thursday, Gissel submitted...

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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.