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SATURDAY, FEB. 19, 2011

Lewiston's Karlee Wilson (2) strips the ball away from Coeur d' Alene's Kyeli Parker (12) during the first half in the 5A Girls State Championship high school basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, in Nampa, Idaho. (Matt Cilley / Fr117486 Ap)

Lewiston Stops CdA For 5A Girls Title

Lewiston's Karlee Wilson (2) strips the ball away from Coeur d' Alene's Kyeli Parker (12) during the first half in the 5A Girls State Championship high school basketball game tonight in Nampa. The Bengals are state champions for the first time since 1976. Last year,...

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Motorcyclist Hurt In NW Blvd Crash

A Spokane man was injured today after rear-ending another driver and being thrown from his motorcycle about 2:30 p.m. in Coeur d’Alene today. Police said Anthony Yeaw, 23, was riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle when he sped through traffic and rear ended Wayne Bullington, 43,...

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Gonzaga's Steven Gray, right, harrasses USF's Avery Johnson (33) on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, at the McCarthey Athletic Center at Gonzaga. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman Review)

Gonzaga 70, San Francisco 53

Steven Gray scored 19 points and Marquise Carter had 16 of his 18 points in the second half as Gonzaga pulled away from San Francisco for a 70-53 WCC win on Saturday. Gonzaga (19-9, 9-3) won its sixth straight conference game. The Zags moved ahead...

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Albertson Heir Cashes In On Online Ed 17 

Since 2007, Joseph B. Scott’s investment company, Alscott Inc., has brought in more than $15 million by selling part of its stake in Virginia-based K12 Inc., which sells online courses and other services to public schools. Meanwhile, his family’s tax-exempt foundation has helped K12 tap...

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Nine-year-old Kody Vaughn, of Liberty Lake visited Camille, a six-month-old Bactrian camel at the Post Falls Professional Center on Friday, February 18, 2011. "Camille in the Community," was a fundraiser for the uninsured patient fund at Diversified Social Services, Inc, and Dirne Community Health Center. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

Hump Day Comes On Friday 

Nine-year-old Kody Vaughn, of Liberty Lake visited Camille, a six-month-old Bactrian camel at the Post Falls Professional Center on Friday. "Camille in the Community," was a fundraiser for the uninsured patient fund at Diversified Social Services, Inc, and Dirne Community Health Center. Story here. (SR...

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Vandals, Bigots Target Struggling Stand 61 

A Coeur d’Alene taco stand that was picketed by white supremacists recently has been hit by vandals. The owner of Tacos Los Panchos says the vandals did $1,500 in damage to his stand.The stand, in the 2100 block of Fourth Street, was hit sometime overnight...

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Bill Targets Public-Sector Negotiations 28 

Idaho Sen. Shirley McKague of Meridian, pictured, introduced a bill Friday that would prohibit collective bargaining by all public-sector employees. The prohibition would apply to public school teachers, firefighters and other public employees at all levels of state and local government. McKague made it clear...

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MikeK: Teaching Kids To Respect Tribe 

Mike Kennedy (re: "Marc: Tribe police have other options"): If the good people of Benewah County want to cast their lot with the likes of Dick Harwood and Larry Spencer, they are free to do so and theoretically I do wish them the best. But...

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Viks Seek 4th Straight Girls State Title 

Lewiston (21-3) will play three-time reigning champion Coeur d’Alene (20-5) — a 56-36 winner against Highland — in a rematch of last year’s championship game at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Idaho Center. “Every year, you expect to reach the state tournament, and it takes...

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