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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 2011

Last Ride For 'Mr. Appaloosa' 

George B. Hatley, known worldwide as "Mr. Appaloosa," was remembered here Tuesday for his tireless promotion of the spotted horse breed. He was also remembered for his dedication to the Appaloosa Horse Club and Museum, his compassion as a friend to many and his tenacious…

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Trib: Idaho Civic Involvement Lacking 11 

Login or Subscribe to view this article. LoginorSubscribe Call it the fabric of civic involvement. Volunteering. Cooperating with your neighbors. Joining with groups. Voting. If you see people who care enough about their communities to volunteer and join hands, chances are they'll vote as well.…

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Michele Bachmann Would ♥ Idaho 17 

The biggest news in last week's GOP presidential debate was Rep. Michele Bachmann's attack on Texas Gov. Rick Perry for ordering Texas girls to receive the "HPV" vaccine preventing cervical cancer. Bachmann called the vaccine against the human papillomavirus "dangerous," a claim immediately countered by…

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AM Headlines -- 9.21.11 

Kat Hall, a project manager for The Lands Council, kneels Tuesday among some of the ponderosa pine trees the group is growing at a home in Millwood for future restoration projects. You can read Becky Kramer's SR story here. (SR photo: Jesse Tinsley) Idaho Records/Sherry…

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PETAphiles Going Topless In Spokane 14 

An animal protection group plans a dramatic protest against fishing Wednesday in downtown Spokane. Topless PETA protestors plan to lie “dead” on the ground, covered with body paint and fish tails in front of Sushi Dot Com. PETA held a similar protest Tuesday in Seattle.…

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$82M In Jobless Bennies Paid In Error 

According to data reported by the United States Department of Labor, the state of Idaho paid nearly $82 million in improper unemployment benefits in the last three years. Many of the erroneous payments, 34 percent, were made to recipients who returned to work but continued…

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LDII: Senior Center Struggling 

LastDemoInIdaho: Attended an interesting meeting of the Lake City Senior Citizens Board this evening. The board is claiming a dire future for the Lake City Senior Center unless they figure out a way to significantly increase income. Bingo and lunches and pool player dues and…

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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.