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Jim Morrison, shown with his book Nov. 19, was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer 12 years ago. The heating contractor was determined to beat it and has been in remission for nine years. He now works with cancer groups, churches and individual cancer patients. (Jesse Tinsley / Spokesman-Review)

Cancer survivor publishes book

Jim Morrison, a non-smoker, was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer 12 years ago. The heating contractor was determined to beat it and has been in remission for nine years. He now works with cancer groups, churches and individual cancer patients. He has self-published a book re: his experience: "To See Another Sunset."

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Witness recounts alleged kidnapping 

Three Coeur d’Alene residents are in jail suspected of kidnapping a woman from a Spokane supermarket, binding her with duct tape and beating her near Rathdrum. The 25-year-old victim told police she was abducted from Broadway Foods in Spokane’s West Central Neighborhood on Wednesday and driven across the state line.

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Colleges want ignite funds for building 

Urban renewal agency ignite cda is considering $2.5 million funding request from North Idaho College and two partner universities that want to build a joint student services facility. As currently envisioned, the building would be two stories and have 40,000 square feet of floor space.

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