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TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2011

Dynamic Hucks Duo? 22 

Sometimes, I wonder how readers view the Huckleberry Hound and Super Sub Cindy. Now I no longer do so. On her Facebook wall, Trish Gannon of the River Journal provided the answer. Ah, I think I'm on the left and Cindy's on the right.

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Opinion: Don't Blame God For Tsunami 

The tragedies of the earthquake in Japan March 11 were, to most people, unimaginable. Yet with images of the disaster flooding in, disbelief was able to turn into compassion, and compassion into action. Simultaneously, Russian Orthodox priest Alexandr Shumsky published an article title “The end…

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Opinion: F'shame On WSU Cougars 

Even if the search proves to be illegal, Casto's attorney, Tim Esser, admitted Pullman Police Department found a small amount of the illegal drug in Casto's apartment, and that should be a clear violation of team rules. When the report first came across, WSU coach…

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Costello: Harwood Targets Suit Pests 

Idaho Rep. Dick Harwood, R-St. Maries, has introduced a bill that would require pestocrats seeking to block megaloads in court to post a bond that they would forfeit should they lose. The bond is big enough that they would have trouble raising it in the…

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AM Headlines -- 3.29.11

Jimmy Cooper, 14, of Nampa, launches off a ramp while riding with a group of friends on Monday in Nampa. (AP Photo/Idaho Press-Tribune, Charlie Litchfield) Idaho Records/Sherry Adkins, SR Monday Scanner Traffic/DFO, Hucks Online Rain today, rain tonight, rain tomorrow/Mike Prager, SR Pot arrest disproportionately…

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Labrador Questions Libya Action 

After applauding President Barack Obama for "quite eloquently" explaining his reasons for intervening in Libya, Congressman Raúl R. Labrador said in a statement: "I wish he had communicated much earlier with Congress, as well as the American people. ... Still, my concerns remain the same…

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Brothers Get Probation In Hate Crime 

Item: Judge: No prison for two Tankovich brothers: John Luster sentences men to two years of supervised probation/David Cole, Coeur d'Alene Press More Info: Two Coeur d'Alene brothers, convicted of a hate crime in which they shouted racial slurs and maliciously harassed a Hispanic man…

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Potential Jurors Bail On Cassia County 

Not enough people are responding to jury summonses in Cassia County. That's left officials to consider different ways to expand their jury pools. Options include sending more a strongly worded summons and to use additional databases to collect potential juror lists. The Twin Falls Times-News…

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Luna Again Defends Techology Plan 

State schools Supt. Tom Luna told the House Education Committee this morning that the school budget set by JFAC yesterday shows the need for his reform bill, SB 1184. “Here we are facing a third year of funding cuts in our public schools,” he said.…

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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.