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    Boise Balloon Classic

    Val Favicchio, a hot-air balloon pilot from Coeur d’Alene, is in Boise this week for the Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic, a festival where up to 30 balloons may launch …

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    Main Market Co-op opens

    Main Market Co-op, 44 W. Main St. in Spokane, held a ribbon cutting Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010, as part of its grand opening ceremonies. General manager Jennifer Hall and others …

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    EWU tailgaters

    Annual EWU football Homecoming tailgate party complete with judges for the food and fun at Woodward Stadium in Cheney, Wash. Saturday Oct. 24, 2009. 2

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    Ed Magnuson’ s Man Cave

    Ed Magnuson is a collector. He has Coca-Cola products, memorabilia, a stagecoach, a re-created diner, all next to his house near Shadle. He opens up his collection to civic groups … 1

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    Lucky Friday mine expands

    The Lucky Friday silver mine in Mullan, Idaho has weathered the ups and downs of silver prices that have claimed other once-profitable mining ventures. Now Hecla Mining, which owns the …

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    New Age Dawning

    The longest human life on record is 122 years. The British scientist Aubrey de Grey has made a name for himself arguing that 150-year lifespan are not only within reach, …

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    Marijuana grow

    Drug task forces around the region, made up of multiple police agencies, have found a handful of outdoor marijuana growing operations recently. The grows are fairly sophisticated and tended full-time … 4

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    Wood River Wolf Project

    Patrick Graham of Defenders of Wildlife, explains how the Wood River Wolf Project works to keep wolves away from sheep herds in Sun Valley, Idaho.

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    Cutting a tree in the National Forest

    There are several options for obtaining a Christmas tree, including artificial trees, U-cut farms, tree lots in town and trees from the nearby woods. While cutting a holiday tree for … 2

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    Dying to live at home

    A neuromuscular disorder has diminished Paul Dunham’s previously robust 160-pound frame to a skeletal 83 pounds over the past two decades. The Hayden man’s hands are strong, but he’s unable … 4

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    Haunted

    Riverfront Park is again offering a haunted house feature at the Pavilion, where guests can also ride the SR2 simulator or play miniature golf between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. …

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    Life 101 in Larry’s Barbershop

    From 2006 archive: Walking into Larry’s Afro Barbering and Styling Shop is like being welcomed into an extended family. Besides a great haircut, Larry’s is a place to discuss what …

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    North Spokane Farm Museum

    The North Spokane Farm Museum on Wild Rose Prairie, has many exhibits of early 20th century farm life. It is located at 6223 W Ridgeway Rd. Deer Park. Make sure …

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    Students and Adderall

    National studies show that as many as 1 in 4 students in a college setting may have abused the prescription drug Adderall for recreation or to help with studying, and …

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    Fencing in Spokane

    Fencing, a martial art and competitive sport, is popular with a dedicated group of people who meet at least three times a week to practice their chosen sport. Here is …

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    A Hand Up

    What started as a two-hour assignment for The Spokesman-Review ended up being nearly a five-month project involving a young woman from Vietnam. The photo request said to be at Holy …

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    Little Victories

    Hayden Lake resident Stacey Sprock has four children, each with a developmental disorder or life-changing condition. Their life together is filled with doctor’s appointments, therapy sessions and after-school activities. Stacey …

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    Western Washington Flooding

    A storm that battered the Pacific Northwest for two days moved on Tuesday, leaving behind flooded homes, fallen trees and washed-out roads, including the region’s largest highway, which was covered …

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    Slavic Harvest Festival

    The local Russian community celebrated harvest with their own flavor and personality. They hosted the first-ever Slavic Harvest Festival at Andrew Rypien Field in Spokane., Washington, Tuesday afternoon. They sang, …

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    Celebrating Martin Luther King Day

    Every January, fifth-graders from around Kootenai County come to North Idaho College’s Schuler Auditorium to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. The kids read essays they’ve written, sing songs, perform dances …