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TUESDAY, JULY 30, 2013

AM Headlines -- 7.30.13 

A firefighter pours water into the basement of the burned-out Colville Confederated Tribes Headquarters Monday in Nespelem, Wash. The three-story administration building, which housed tribal records, historical artifacts, chiefs and royalty photographs and a hand-crafted flute collection was a total loss. Story here. (SR photo:...

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Separated At Birth? 

I'm not the only one who sees resemblance between Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan and Coeur d'Alene Education Partnership president Amy Evans, who has announced her candidacy for the Coeur d'Alene City Council. Question: Do you look like an actress, singer or any other kind of...

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Melissa: So Tired, Tired Of Waiting 

Melissa Luck/KXLY tweets: "If a dentist sends you 5+ text messages reminding you of your appointment, you shouldn't still spend 15+ minutes in the waiting room." Question: How long do you usually wait in waiting room for your dentist or doctor?

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Costello: Weiner Folos Familiar Script

Well, I've got to hand it to Anthony Weiner, aka "Carlos Danger." While the consensus of opinion holds that Weiner is an undisciplined, narcissistic, megalomaniacal fool, I'm thinking that he might be the Democratic Party's preeminent political genius. After all, we're talking about the Democratic...

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Christie: Grateful For Union Presence 

Christie Wood (re: Press: Confront city union issue): Although I do not represent the Police Association as a spokesperson I am a member of the Association and don't mind articles that encourage conversation with the public. That is healthy for any organization but I do...

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Pope On Gays: 'Who Am I To Judge?' 

Item: Pope Francis on gays: 'Who am I to judge?'/Nicole Winfield, AP Mike Kennedy: Two non-Catholics I talked with today separately told me that the read about Pope Francis's Brazil trip. Both were stunned and smiling when they expressed their positive feeling about this man...

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Remembering Maj StormoGipson 

Maj StormoGipson, who died in a rafting accident on the Snake River over the weekend, frequently volunteered with her husband at medical clinics in Latin America. (Courtesy of StormoGipson family) A Saturday memorial service will honor of the life of Dr. Maj StormoGipson, a local...

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Let's Hear It For The Beard(brand) 12 

Beardbrand founder Eric Bandholz, right, gathers for a meeting with co-owners Lindsey Reinders and Jeremy McGee earlier this month at a coffee shop on Spokane’s South Hill. They sell their own all-natural beard oils and other grooming products online. (SR photo: Dan Pelle) If anyone...

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Diamond Cup Needs Volunteers 

Item: Little help please: Diamond Cup Regatta seeking volunteers for Labor Day weekend event/Coeur d'Alene Press More Info: S.O.S. Well, it might not be an emergency call, but Diamond Cup Regatta organizers are sending out the signal they need volunteers, more than 100 of them,...

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Clark: Tempest In A C Cup

Some pervert sent me photographs of nubile, near-naked young women. Wait a second. This email did not come from a pervert. This email came from the office of Spokane City Councilman Mike Fagan, who wanted to brief me on the fleshy activities at the XXXtreme...

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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.