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Palouse Cities Among USA Smartest 

Ithaca, N.Y. is a relatively small college town, but one thing that might make up for its size is its brain power. That’s because Ithaca tops a new list from Lumosity that ranks U.S. cities by their raw cognitive performance. ... Many of the cities...

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Protesters Face Music After Megaloads 

The last megaloads have reportedly passed through downtown here, leaving behind 11 misdemeanor court cases against people who protested shipment of infrastructure equipment to Canadian oil fields. Last to plead innocent to two allegations was Helen Yost (pictured), 54, of Moscow. Yost, spokeswoman for Wild...

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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29, 2012

Ron Paul To Visit Moscow, Sandpoint

Ron Paul has tentatively placed Moscow back on his campaign trail ahead of Super Tuesday, seeking a larger venue after his first visit was to a shut-out crowd. According to an email from a campaign staffer, the Texas congressman plans to visit three Idaho cities...

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FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 2012

Ron Paul Decries 'War On Drugs' 12 

Also: Ron Paul will rally in Spokane at 7:30 tonight/SR Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is decrying the "war on drugs" in a speech to supporters in Washington state. The Texas congressman told more than 1,000 people at a rally Thursday night in Vancouver, Wash.,...

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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 2012

Ron Paul To Visit Spokane Friday 

GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul is tentatively scheduled for a rally Friday evening at the Spokane convention center, and is picking up endorsements in and around Spokane. State Rep. Matt Shea, Spokane County Treasurer Rob Chase, and Republican Central Committeemembers John Christina of Spokane and...

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TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 2012

Farmers Market Mulls Dog Ban 10 

The issue of whether dogs should sit and stay out of the Moscow Farmers Market and arguments about the First Amendment got mixed reviews from an advisory board on Monday. No decisions were made. The Farmers Market Advisory Board held a special meeting following a...

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THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012

Moscow Welcomes Back WalMart 11 

If the nearly full parking lot was any indication, Moscow couldn't wait to get its Walmart back. Hundreds of eager shoppers flooded into the remodeled store for its grand reopening Wednesday, and were able to pluck discounted products from its expanded departments and all-new grocery...

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FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 2011

Letter Charges Moscow With Nepotism

City Supervisor Gary Riedner said Thursday an accusatory anonymous letter has been researched, rendered unfounded and will be the subject of no further action. The letter, distributed to Mayor Nancy Chaney, members of the city council and area media, made allegations of corrupt hiring practices,...

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THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 2011

Edit: Moscow Right To Decide To Play

In a Moscow-Pullman Daily News editorial, Lee Rozen applauds Moscow High's decision to play Coeur d'Alene High in a football game Friday: "As a parent, it's impossible not to be sympathetic. The Bears don't have a lot of extra players. If they hope to do...

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 2011

Moscow Concerned About CdA Game 14 

There had been talk in the Moscow community about the possibility of canceling or forfeiting the school's October 7th game against Coeur d’Alene. KREM 2’s Chris Nguyen spoke with Moscow Principal Bob Celebrezze today. Celebrezze was adamant that a forfeit had not been discussed, but...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 2011

Moscow Reluctant To Play Viks 23 

Huckleberries hears -- and sports scribe Greg Lee has confirmed -- that 4A Moscow is trying to back out of its game at 5A Coeur d'Alene a week from tomorrow Friday. It was going to be CdA's homecoming game. Greg Lee is on the phone...

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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011

'Jeopardy!' Run Over For Moscowan 

Let's play a little "Jeopardy." The category: Best kept secrets. The clue: In excess of $153,800. The answer in the form of a question: How much money did University of Idaho student Mark Runsvold ultimately make on America's favorite television game show? Prior to his...

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Carrier Delivers Papers w/o Pants 

A Moscow area man has been arrested for allegedly delivering newspapers without wearing pants. Moscow Police responded to a report early Thursday morning that a pantsless man was walking in a trailer park on Almon Street. Officers found the suspect nearby inside a vehicle pulling...

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Henry: Moscow Hippies & Megaloads 

About a month ago the city of Moscow hosted a public forum to discuss the potential of moving ExxonMobil's megaloads through Moscow on U.S. Highway 95. The meeting was preceded by a good old-fashioned protest, demonstrating the true size of a megaload and decrying what...

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TUESDAY, AUG. 3, 2010

FRIDAY, JULY 9, 2010

Weed Grows Among The Weeds 

A man probably wishes that he started weeding in his yard sooner. That's after he told police that he discovered a tray of some 28 marijuana seedlings in an overgrown portion of the backyard near his Moscow home. The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reported the seedlings...

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Moscow Recalls 2007 Sniper Shootings 

(Moscow) Mayor Nancy Chaney said Tuesday memories of the sniper shootings in 2007 won't go away, but Moscow is still a safe place. "Has life returned to normal for most people? Yes. But have we forgotten? Absolutely not," she said. "I think newcomers to the...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010

Moscow Mulls Law Change For WalMart 10 

Moscow city leaders are considering reversing a zoning ordinance created in 2005 to halt the expansion of Walmart into a super center. The new motive? Keep Walmart in town. As it stands, no building 65,000 square feet or larger may expand more than 10 percent...

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Moscow: Transgenders Protected Now 

Item: Moscow won't alter discrimination policy: Majority of council says city already gives adequate protection to the transgendered/David Johnson, Lewiston TribuneMore Info: City councilors here shot down a resolution Monday night to amend the city's nondiscrimination employment policy to specifically prohibit discrimination based on gender...

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TUESDAY, FEB. 24, 2009

Moscow Mulls Transgender Protection 

Item: Moscow to consider added protections for transgendered people: Human rights commission member asks city to change its employment nondescrimination policy/Mark Williams, Moscow-Pullman Daily News/Mark Williams, Moscow-Pullman Daily NewsMore Info: Tim Gresback wants the city to provide more legal protection for transgendered people. The lawyer...

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TUESDAY, FEB. 10, 2009

Moscow Residents Pleased w/Town  

Survey: Most Moscow residents are pleased with their town: City government, job opportunities and housing prices identified as areas to improve/David Johnson, Lewiston TribuneMore Info: The survey, the fourth of its kind conducted by the city since 2002, solicited answers to questions from 1,200 randomly...

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Moscow May Put Teeth In Dog Laws 

"Any (dog) within the city limits needs to be on a leash anytime they're on public property," Weaver said. "On private property, you would not need to have a leash. But the minute the dog sets foot on the sidewalk, they would." Fife clarified that...

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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.