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Let's play a little “Jeopardy.” The category: Best kept secrets. The clue: In excess of $153,800. The answer in the form of a question: How much money did University of Idaho student Mark Runsvold ultimately make on America's favorite television game show? Prior to his fifth taped appearance on “Jeopardy” Thursday evening, Runsvold was still keeping a tight lip. “I believe it would be a breach of contract,” the 25-year-old international studies student said of disclosing his final winnings before the 7 p.m. show finished airing. … Runsvold lost in his fifth Jeopardy contest broadcast Thursday night, finishing in third place/David Johnson, Lewiston Tribune. More here. (Lewiston Tribune photo: David Johnson)
Question: What could you do with $154,000 right now?
“Sometimes,” posts Kerri Thoreson/OnLocation North Idaho, “you don’t have to leave home to see the incredible masterpieces Mother Nature creates. In the flowers alongside my driveway I paused to watch this butterfly sip the nectar. It’s mornings and scenes like this that make us happy to be alive in this little corner of North Idaho paradise”