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  • Fernandez likely headed for Tommy John surgery

    Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has a significant tear in his right elbow and the team doctor has recommended season-ending Tommy John surgery. Team president Michael Hill made the announcement …


  • Doug Clark: Trying to make heads or tails of Spokane’s coin craze

    So the stooges on the Spokane County Commission (Larry, Moe and Girly) are blowing $5,125 to have 300 special coins made that they’ll give away to VIPs and cronies. This …


  • Idaho files suit against former CdA coin store

    The Idaho Attorney General’s office has filed a lawsuit alleging that a former Coeur d’Alene coin store, its owner and its operator broke state consumer protection laws by failing to …


  • Jury says U.S. rightfully seized 1933 coins

    The U.S. government rightfully seized a set of never-circulated 1933 gold coins from a Philadelphia woman who said she found the rare beauties in her late father’s bank deposit box, …


  • Detective finds coins taken in burglary

    The case of the missing gold coins has become one of recovered treasure – at least partly. Spokane County sheriff’s Detective Richard Gere has located some and has information that …


  • Lincoln log cabin pennies released into circulation

    WASHINGTON – As festivities marking the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth continue, the U.S. Mint has released the first of four new Lincoln pennies that will go into circulation …

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