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  • SUNDAY, OCT. 16, 2016, 4 A.M.

    Huckleberries: Huckleberries: When in doubt, vote for Pedro

    If you don’t like the two main candidates for the U.S. presidency in Idaho, you can select one of six other choices on the ballot including Libertarian Gary Johnson and …


  • SUNDAY, AUG. 11, 2013

    Huckleberries: To Times travel writer, nowhere is a state of mine

    New York Times travel writer Rachel Levin has officially pinpointed the “middle of nowhere” to be in central Idaho (despite those of you who thought it was in the greater …


  • SUNDAY, SEPT. 16, 2012

    Huckleberries: Now that’s what I call an appetite for news

    North Idahoans know that huckleberries are delicious – the state fruit, if not a certain column by that name. The latter has helped put bread on my table since January …


  • SUNDAY, SEPT. 25, 2011

    Huckleberries: Lingering effects of hammer attack difficult

    Often, readers move on quickly after a horrific accident or crime, while victims are left to deal with injuries and shattered lives. Take Yvonne Wallis, for example. She was one …


  • SUNDAY, SEPT. 13, 2009

    Listening promotes thinking

    First, you should know that Marianne Love admits that she taught George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” and “1984” during her years as a Sandpoint High instructor. Therefore, she knows the difference …


  • THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 2008

    Error will haunt her for months

    Marianne Love hates journalism mistakes – so much so that she equates the feeling she gets from them to running over a dog. Which she has also done. In fact, …


  • THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 2008

    There’s something about Sarah

    In Sandpoint, you can start a fight by mentioning two topics: Sandpoint Bypass, or Sarah Palin. Sandpointers, of course, have been scrapping about the bypass since before the Repub VP …


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