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Nonini Caught In Campaign Fax Snafu 15 

Item: Campaign funding fax bloopers abound: Legislature candidates both sent disclosure reports from colleges/Maureen Dolan, Coeur d'Alene PressMore Info: An investigation of Nonini's own campaign financial disclosures revealed that his own campaign financial disclosure was faxed last week from a University of Idaho machine located...

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Nelson, Currie Spar To The End 

Item: Commissioner race heats up with write-in: Currie, loser in Idaho primary, fighting back/Alison Boggs, SRMore Info: Nelson labeled it “sad” that Currie has chosen to “go down this road. I think it speaks for itself.” Via e-mail, Nelson said the supporter in question (Larry...

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Training To Be An NIC Cardinal 

"With an LCSC scrimmage Thursday night (no score kept) the NIC men’s power packed basketball team is ready to begin another successful year," e-mails Don Sausser with this photo. "Preseason NJCAA rankings place the Cardinals 3rd in the nation while the women’s team is ranked...

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SR Endorses Allred For Idaho Governor 16 

Allred is an unconventional Democrat. He had no evident partisan affiliation before entering the gubernatorial contest, and when he did, he made it clear to party leaders that his alignment with them would be on his terms, not theirs. He has a doctorate in conflict...

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Spokane To Rally To Restore Sanity 57 

After Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally at the national mall, fans of Stewart's Daily Show and Colbert's Colbert Report wanted (Jon Stewart, right) and (Stephen Colbert) to put on a rally of their own. And so they will. Tomorrow, from noon to 3 pm EST,...

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Shoot Out In The Men's Room 10 

On his wall, Facebook Friend J.B. posts about a recent trip to a pub/grill for dinner: "I walked into the men's room and found 3 young boys, maybe 8 yrs old or so, trying to hit the urinal from about 4 feet away. Thay were...

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Early Ballot Opening Could Skirt Law 29 

County clerks across the state are opening absentee ballots early despite state law that apparently bars doing so. On Wednesday, Deputy Secretary of State Tim Hurst told clerks they could open ballots early; clerks wanting to cut the election-day workload and to have time to...

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SpokaneDiveBars Review: Shanty 

If you want Hilarity mixed with a little horror, take the post falls exit off of I-90, take a left and go about 2 miles west on Seltice Way and although it may seem to be in the middle of nowhere, on the right hand...

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Bloggy Goes North To Alaska, Day 4 

Whitehorse, Yukon Territory to Anchorage, AlaskaOh glorious day. Finally, a day in which Mr_Bloggy and his Travelnatrix got along and had fun viewing the amazing mountains and lakes and rivers and more mountains and more rivers and a huge glacier and more mountains and a...

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Only 2 Degrees Of Separation In CdA 

In a blog post this week, Jamie Lynn Morgan, center, theorizes that there's only 2 degrees of separation in the Coeur d'Alene area, not 6. Jamie: "My first real aha moment with this is when by a chain of events I became friends with a...

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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.