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  • What GOP officials said

    ‘Now that it’s been released, we can move on to real issues.” Matthew Pederson,


  • Wash., Idaho officials: Other issues trump birth controversy

    Republican officials in Washington and Idaho say neither state’s party is deeply concerned about President Barack Obama’s citizenship and both think the nation has far more important issues to address, …


  • Eye on Boise: Campaigning begins for leadership elections

    BOISE – Now that the election is over, for state lawmakers, the elections are coming. That would be the leadership elections, set for early December when the state Legislature gathers …


  • GOP gains mean more of the same at Idaho Statehouse

    BOISE – While much of the nation endorsed a sharp change in political direction Tuesday, Idaho went its own way – the same way it’s headed for the past four …


  • GOP ad targeting Allred on taxes

    BOISE – The Idaho Republican Party has launched an attack ad against Democratic candidate for governor Keith Allred, charging that he’d tax everything from child care to church bake sales, …


  • Flash! She labels CdA ‘top town’

    After traveling 1,500 miles in three days with a rescued pit bull named Loren, travel writer Michelle Sathe wouldn’t be blamed if she phoned in her first impression of Coeur …


  • Aune family tragedy hits home

    At Huckleberries Online, we don’t wait until the next day’s paper to deliver news about North Idaho emergencies. The daily Scanner Traffic feature provides snippets as they are reported. Blog …


  • Huckleberries: Digging up old mud to sling

    In case you missed it, the Idaho R’s fired the first major salvo in the U.S. Senate campaign a week ago by issuing a news release linking John Edwards’ infidelity …


  • New GOP chairman has his work cut out

    BOISE – When Norm Semanko was a Lakeland High School grad applying to the University of Idaho, he got a perfect score on the math portion of the ACT – …

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