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Wild Card/Thursday -- 6/21/07

Amy Dearest and I are going to the Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre production of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" tonight while BOO recuperates from the summer crud. Not a spectacular way to spend a 32nd wedding anniversary. But BOO suggested it. She's already seen the play and...

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Editor Smith: SR Boots Ethicist Columnist Cohen

Bill Dedman, investigative reporter for MSNBC, is making big waves in the news industry today with an online report that more than 140 journalists – at the least – have contributed to political campaigns or organizations in recent years, often in violation of their news...

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HBO's Best of the Idaho Political Blogs -- 6/21/07

Boise business executive Walter C. Minnick has at least two people making phone calls to Democratic party opinion leaders, exploring support for a possible run against Congressman Bill Sali (above), in Idaho’s First Congressional District. Several people who have received the calls confirmed this information...

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Inside Huckleberries -- 6/21/07

*A commenter asked recently what had happened to that case involving an SR online marketing guy who faces child pornography charges. He pleaded innocent to 21 counts of possessing child porngraphy. Click here....*Mommy Dearest/BrodH20 has some big news about The Otis. He's leaving his job...

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Question: Where Is Best Place to Watch Ironman?

Item: Ironman debuts new course/Erica Curless, Spokesman-Review More: A new Ford Ironman Coeur d’Alene course will give spectators more opportunity to watch Sunday’s grueling world-class triathlon, yet drivers should plan ahead, expect delays and watch for road closures. This is the fifth year the event...

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Journalists Dole Out Cash to Pols (Quietly)

A CNN reporter gave $500 to John Kerry's campaign the same month he was embedded with the U.S. Army in Iraq. An assistant managing editor at Forbes magazine not only sent $2,000 to Republicans, but also volunteers as a director of an ExxonMobil-funded group that...

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AM Hucks: Wiccan Teen on Karmic Crash Course

This 'n' That: Moscow blogger JeanC, a self-described "witch with a gun," has no use for the 16-year-old Wicca follower who allegedly was involved in the attempt to burn down the CdA Seventh-day Adventist school. Noting the Wiccan code, "An ye harm none, do what...

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Huckleberries Online

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.