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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2011

Vestal: Hate Depends On Outlook 38 

Then, this week, Michael Hop came rushing to his brother’s defense. He claimed – in a long story the S-R published on its website, and a shorter version that appeared in the paper – that his brother is merely proud of his white heritage, and…

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Huckleberries Interviews Sen. Risch 21 

General Bob Brooke, United States Army retired, gives U.S. Sen. Jim Risch a mug for speaking at the North Idaho Pachyderm Club breakfast this morning. Huckleberries: What do you consider the top 2 or 3 issues today? U.S. Sen. Jim Risch: By far and away…

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Obama To Visit Tornado Hit South 

Rescuers in the tornado-ravaged South searched through debris for survivors and bodies on Friday ahead of a visit by President Barack Obama to the state worst hit by the disaster that killed 310 people. Obama will view the destruction in Alabama, the hardest hit of…

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No Unions For County, Post Falls 

Item: Post Falls, Kootenai County decidedly union-free/Brian Walker & Alecia Warren, Press More Info: Kootenai County has never looked at using a union, as far as Commissioner Todd Tondee knows. "Why should we?" Tondee said. "Everything's working OK." The county sets wages for its 792…

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CdA Coke Kingpin Gets 15 Years

A longtime Coeur d'Alene cocaine dealer who laundered money through a bar and restaurant has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. James Roy “Slim” O'Neill, 49, was the kingpin of a cocaine distribution ring that supplied the drug in North Idaho for at least…

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