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TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2011

AM: Aylward A Champion To Many

Two years ago, Tom Aylward couldn’t ride a bike. On Sunday, he rode 112 miles in 8½ hours. Two years ago, the 62-year-old couldn’t swim more than 25 yards. On Sunday, he swam 2.4 miles faster than many much younger competitors. But when the Spirit…

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Ironman Bike Theft Brings 2 Arrests 

1st reported at 1:12 p.m. Thursday on PM Scanner Traffic/Hucks Online Coeur d'Alene police recovered a stolen high-end bike in time for its owner to ride it in the Ironman triathlon on Sunday. The $3,500 bike was stolen with a $1,000 bicycle near City Beach…

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Man Crosses Islands On Paddleboard 

Soleil, left, and Dagmar de Zwart of Maui, Hawaii, wait at Kalapaki Beach in Nawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaii as Bart de Zwart paddles the final few yards of his 300-mile solo, unsupported crossing aboard a stand up paddleboard from the Big Island to Kauai, Sunday. The…

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Thieves Target Catalytic Converters 

Item: Thieves get on their backs to rip off Spokane drivers/Jeff Humphrey, KXLY More Info: Spokane area thieves have come up with a new way to steal from you while they're lying down on the job. Crooks are actually crawling underneath our cars and cutting…

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Keough, Broadsword Could Face Off 

Among the revelations from the hearings so far: North Idaho's District 2 is likely to be completely realigned, and that could mean that District 2 Sen. Joyce Broadsword, R-Sagle, right, ends up in District 1 - along with District 1 Sen. Shawn Keough, R-Sandpoint, left.…

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