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Huckleberries Best of the Local Blogs — 1/2/07

Ailing, Family Phil rang in the New Year by taking his kids to Spokane for Kids Night Out here.

*HBO thoroughly approves of the New Year's resolution embraced by OrangeTV/Making Flippy Floppy - "to keep this blog updated on a more regular basis and at least put something up everyday, whether it's a random photo, a pointless story, a music or restaurant review, an oddball mp3, etc." here.

*Katrina/Notes on a Napkin resolves, among other things, "to stop overusing parentheses (but I’m not promising anything. I’m only human, after all)" here.

*Mari/Dogwalk Musings muses that the death of former President Gerald Ford will have served a higher purpose if it pulls this divided country together here.

*Pecky Cox/As The Lake Churns warns that a winter storm warning will be in effect at Priest River and the northernmost panhandle until midnight today here and provides a Hill's Resort web cam here.

*Bayview Herb is trying to come to grips with being called "Sweet Herb" by an anonymous Huckleberries Online poster and explains how he got his first name here.

*Marianne Love/Slight Detour is crowing for all of Idaho, including those who became part of Bronco Nation as a result of that Statue of Liberty play to decide the Fiesta Bowl here.

Wow, Backwoods Bob has redesigned Stebbijo's Place, and it looks terrific. Check it out here.

Meanwhile, Cis doesn't think much of pay raises for congressmen and federal judges here, Frum Helen Back suffers a tropical heat wave here, JeanC tries out a new rifle here, Raymond Pert provides a photographic tour of Kellogg here, and DanG provides Dan's Computer Predictions for 2007 here.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.