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Remembering 9/11 In Post Falls

On his Facebook wall, SR photographer Jesse Tinsley post this photo of Post Falls police, Kootenai County Fire Department and American Legion honor guard teams, remembering 9/11. You can see more photos of today's ceremony in Post Falls on the city of Post Falls government...

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Friends Warned Glacier Park Victim 

A groomsman in Cody Lee Johnson’s wedding warned him not to marry Jordan Linn Graham, who authorities now say pushed her husband of one week off a cliff in Glacier National Park. “Their interaction with each other, it didn’t seem like a happy, loving relationship...

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God bless those firemen and those cops who headed for the building tops up coal black stairs to Hell above -- "No man hath any greater love." The Bard of Sherman Avenue

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BalanceNI To Endorse On Friday 52 

Huckleberries has received the following news release from Balance North Idaho: Balance North Idaho is in the process of interviewing candidates for the Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls Mayoral and City Council races. The goal is to make endorsement announcements on Friday. BNI will not...

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AM Headlines -- 9.11.13

The CDA Police Honor Guard performs a flag raising ceremony this morning at the Fallen Heroes Plaza at Cherry Hill Park to commemorate 9/11. From left to right- Officer Jared Reneau, rear- Officer Tom Sparks, center- Sgt. Erik Turrell, and Officer Nick Knoll. (Photo: Coeur...

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Recallers To Meet Some Candidates

Frank Orzell and ReclaimCDA, the re-minted RecallCDA organization, will meet the candidates -- or at least some candidates (judging from the group's email list) at Kathy Sims' Honda dealership on Seltice Way this evening. The get-together will begin at 7. Coeur d'Alene council candidates on...

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Labrador: Remember Benghazi, Too 29 

Congressman Raul Labrador issued a statement re: 9/11, which reads in part: “Twelve years ago today, over 3,000 Americans were killed in the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history. Today, we honor the memory of those we lost that day, including those who gave their...

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Shouldn't Guy At Till Do Something? 

Selling booze in a college town may not be a license to print money, but it's close. Yet, the people actually profiting from the merchandising of liquor, beer and wine to college students seem to have little to say about the series of alcohol-related mishaps...

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Press: Filling Cracks In Classroom 

He's spent decades in class, and he's reared his own big household of great kids. Teaching is something Dave Eubanks knows. Cracks in the system are something he sees. Contrary to the suspicions of some folks who voted against him in the last Coeur d'Alene...

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Mayoral Candidates Discuss LCDC 

Coeur d'Alene mayoral candidates were asked their position on urban renewal in this morning's Coeur d'Alene Press: Joe Kunka: "I really don't understand that entire process: I don't get it," he said. "As I think most of the people in Coeur d'Alene don't get it....

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Billboards Oppose/Back Israel Policy 

This billboard in Coeur d'Alene criticizing U.S. military aid to Israel is seen from Interstate 90 on Tuesday.Contrasting views on America's relationship with Israel have unfurled along an 8-mile section of Interstate 90 in North Idaho. Another billboard in Post Falls is celebrating the alliance....

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Officials Reflect On 9/11 

American travelers now accept that they will shuffle, shoeless through airport scanners, and that they may be subjected to more intrusive security screenings if they want to board a plane. Emptying pockets and dumping car keys and cell phones into plastic trays before going into...

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Idaho Wins CoiNuts Lawsuit

The Idaho attorney general’s office has won a $742,826 judgment against a closed North Idaho coin shop that customers say swindled them out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by failing to deliver gold and silver they paid for in advance. The default judgment entered...

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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.