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TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 2013

Churches Seek Immigration Reform 

Immigration reform advocates are joining the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho along with Mennonite and Unitarian churches in Boise to launch 11 days of fasting and prayer for immigration reform, culminating in a candlelight prayer vigil Sept. 13 at Lakeview Park in Nampa, with the 11-day...

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AM Headlines -- 9.3.13

In this Duane Rasmussen photo, four hydroplanes race off Silver Beach in the successful return of Diamond Cup hydroplane racing on Lake Coeur d'Alene during the Labor Day weekend. Idaho Records/Sherry Adkins, SR ITD gives 160 acres to tribe/CdA Press IPUC to explain Avista rate...

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Trib: American Dream Is Dying 

Every Idahoan takes pride in the biography of its youngest congressman. Born to a single mother in Puerto Rico, Raul Labrador moved to the mainland, worked hard, got himself a good education and became a lawyer. After serving two terms in the Idaho House, he...

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CdA Expects 200 More Students 

School officials in Coeur d'Alene are anticipating an influx of newly enrolled students when school starts again next week. Preliminary numbers show a district-wide spike of at least 200 children over last year's enrollment. "We're looking at a steady increase across all the elementary schools,...

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Hydro Organizers: We'll Be Back 10 

Wave the checkered flag, nearly everyone is calling it a success. Organizers, spectators and Silver Beach neighbors said Monday the Diamond Cup Regatta lived up to the hype by pulling off a triumphant return to Lake Coeur d'Alene over the holiday weekend. An old Lake...

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Costello: Fake Racism Satiates Left 16 

If racism didn't exist, then liberals would have to invent it. And because genuine instances are so rare, liberals do just that. I have plenty of Democrat friends who, even though they know that their party's economic programs create misery, still vote straight Democratic tickets...

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Eastwood Leaves Impressive Legacy 

Some residents hate what's happened with McEuen Field. Others - actually, they're many of the same ones who hate what's happened with McEuen - oppose the urban renewal vehicle that's funding most of the McEuen makeover. Still others experience acid reflux every time they swallow...

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Hydroplanes Return Without A Hitch 

In this Duane Rasmussen photo, a young boy finagles his way into a close look at the cockpit of one of the hydroplanes that raced on Lake Coeur d'Alene Friday through Sunday. The man who brought hydroplane racing back to Lake Coeur d’Alene paused on...

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Hucks: Chivalry Lives On Lake CdA 

Jennifer Drake says of hubby Ben that he’s always willing to jump in and help someone, “literally and metaphorically.” Ben wasn’t being metaphorical one night last week when Jennifer advertently dropped her cellphone into 15 feet of water at Powderhorn Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene....

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Louise Shadduck: Lioness Of Idaho 

Louise Shadduck was a well-known Coeur d'Alene author and longtime journalist - and a former Spokesman-Review reporter - but when she died in 2008, her pastor at First Presbyterian, who had known her since 1993, was stunned when he walked into the church to conduct...

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Huckleberries Online

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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