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Online Poll: Did Warm Weather Arrive Too Late?

Do you feel cheated by near record temperatures arriving this weekend, instead of Memorial Day weekend? -- KREM2 Poll.*Yes, I wanted it warm for the extended weekend!*No, I'm just pleased whenever warm weather arrives!*Yes, and I'm complaining to the weather forecasters!

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Fisher: Sali Has Right Argument, But Wrong War

People paying attention in Idaho's 1st Congressional District, who aren't necessarily all people voting in the district, already knew their new congressman's scientific knowledge is faith-based. Bill Sali (pictured) continues, for example, to reject reputable studies showing no link between abortion and breast cancer, preferring...

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Enough: Need to Plan Street Closures Better

If you live in or around Hayden, and wish to avoid the bumper -to bumper on US 95 in the morning or evening rush hours several alternatives are normally available - Ramsey (closed all summer) Government Way (effectively closed) and Atlas. Atlas seems to be...

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MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2007

Coming Tuesday ...

... Spokesman-Review columnist Doug Clark takes aim at the Doty brothers of Post Falls, who insist on their right to bear arms -- even inside the Post Falls Public Library.

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TUBOB: On Blue Cowards

I don't blame Cindy Sheehan. I'd also abandon the spineless Dems who caved into The Idiot King and tossed him another purse full of gold to spill into the rivers of blood. To wash it all away. When 70% of the nation wants it over...

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APhoto of the Day w/Top Cutlines -- 6/4/07

Associated PressThis video image released today by TMZ.Com shows hotel heiress Paris Hilton, second left, accompanied by her mother Kathy, left, sitting in the back of an SUV vehicle late Sunday, arriving at the Men's Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles to turn herself in....

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Inside Huckleberries -- 6/4/07

3:26 p.m.: Buddy D.P. Bond recommends a delightful blog from a Bozeman area writer who produces Letters from Gramps for the Outside Bozeman journal. It's worth a look-see here....1:06 p.m.: "Word around the courthouse is that Mr. Douglas is unhappy about all the negative publicity...

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Q: Are Some Books Wrong for Public Schoolers?

Item: Coeur d'Alene parents raise book concerns: Panel reviews five titles for possible restrictions/Meghann M. Cuniff, Spokesman-ReviewMore Info: Now "Fallen Angels" and "The Chocolate War" are under review again – this time to determine if they should be restricted for high school students. Also under...

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OrangeTV: 5 Local Rock Bands Make Things Hop

Traditionally, in certain local night establishments it works like this: coupled with a few fruity cocktails, cover bands make the ladies happy by putting them in the mood to dance. And as they say, if the ladies are happy then everyone’s happy. Whether it’s a...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2007

Pipe Down or I'll Page an Usher

A major theater group is offering a way to tattle on rude or chatty moviegoers. Regal Entertainment Group is testing hand-held devices called "Guest Response Systems." Selected patrons can use them anonymously to page management when there's a problem. The wireless devices have buttons: picture,...

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Breaking News: Serial Rapist Sentenced to Life

The women who were attacked by serial rapist Paul Earl Hawkins said he deserves the same sentence they received: a lifetime to think about his crimes. “These crimes, inescapably, are as horrific as any conduct that can come before the court,” 1st District Judge John...

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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.

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