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  • The Bard of Sherman Avenue: In memoriam

    Wobker was a man of few words who had a lot to say. To commemorate his special wit, here’s a sampling of some his political verses.

  • Poet Tom Wobker, aka The Bard of Sherman Avenue, has died; he was 71

    Hundreds of poems by Tom Wobker, under the pen name The Bard of Sherman Avenue, appeared in The Spokesman-Review over the past 14 years. Wobker died Saturday of cancer. He …

  • Huckleberries: This Mudgy, calf best admired from afar

    First, you should know that Mudgy isn’t the only moose in Coeur d’Alene who’s “all around the town.” There’s a herd of them. Like the cow and calf that Scott …

  • Ex-S-R reporter a tough editor

    Before J. Todd Foster was editor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Bristol (Va.) Herald Courier, he was a reporter in the Coeur d’Alene newsroom of The Spokesman-Review. A Tennessean, he was …

  • Autograph seekers find rogue love

    While other media tried in vain to interview Sarah Palin on her recent book tour, Huckleberries Online simply embedded a Berry Picker with the ex-VP wannabe when she visited North …

  • Pot calling kettle blue may work

    Kevin Richert, opinion editor of the Idaho Statesman, and conservative blogger Adam Graham/Give Me Liberty responded to the attack by Sen. Mike Jorgenson, R-Hayden Lake, on Rep. Raul Labrador’s candidacy …



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