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MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 2013

Breast Cancer Fight Personal For Teen 

When Kellogg High School senior Jessica Margason decided to put together a team for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, the fundraising goal of $1,000 seemed daunting. Headed into Sunday’s race in Coeur d’Alene, her team, Infinite Love, has raised about $5,000. No...

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Gissel: Souza Forfeits Leadership Role 10 

In the Sept. 12 edition of the Coeur d’Alene Press the following passage was included: “Souza said as mayor, she would vote whichever way the public favored on highly charged topics when the opinion is stacked on one side, regardless of how she feels personally.”...

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For Hoffman, Charity Begins At Home 

Idaho Freedom Foundation President Wayne Hoffman is a stalwart defender of the private enterprise system. Government, he says, should not pick "which companies to help and force the rest of us to pay the bill. The government should leave the marketplace alone, and let companies...

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Lousy Time For Food Stamp Cut 

Ten bucks a month. That’s roughly the size of cut that each person who receives government food aid is facing in five weeks. Your response to this cut may vary, and may reveal something about your understanding of what it’s like to need food stamps....

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Liberty Caucus Dreams Of Nullification 17 

State rights were a common theme among many of the break-out session at the Republican Liberty Caucus of Idaho's Liberty Expo on Saturday - specifically the need to exercise nullification. About 100 people turned out for the event that was held all day at the...

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Paddleboarders Launch New Festival

Competitors break from the start line for the first annual Coeur d'SUP Stand Up Paddleboard Races & Festival at City Beach in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Dave Richie, far right, age 61 of Priest River, Id., took the early lead, but Brett Saguid, 37, of Spokane,...

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93YO Glacier Ranger May Retire 

At 93 years old, Glacier National Park Ranger Lyle Ruterbories is contemplating retirement from his seasonal position at Kintla Lake Campground, but isn’t ready to make it official just yet. Ruterbories has worked as the Kintla Lake Campground seasonal park ranger for the past 20...

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Room On Bandwagon For 'Hawks Fans 

Jimmy Farris has words for long-suffering Seattle Seahawks fans who resent Johnny-come-lately types climbing aboard their bandwagon. He feels your pain. Jimmy? He’s the former Lewiston Bengal star who played for several NFL teams, collecting a Super Bowl ring with the New England Patriots. Also,...

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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.