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News >  Features
Oct. 26, 2008, midnight
Millions of listeners tune in weekly for a dose of his fervent, frequently lighthearted and always enlightening National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition Saturday broadcasts. In a pleasing, midrange voice – warm and unforgettable – he sounds like a kind, well-traveled friend or relative who just popped in for coffee. But please, don’t label him a radio host, politely requests Scott Simon, the creative energy behind program.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 15, 2008, midnight
Five suspects in a North Idaho double homicide in August were arraigned Tuesday in First Judicial District Court in Wallace. Four entered not guilty pleas, and the fifth asked for a continuance to give a new public defender more time to review his case, said Shoshone County Prosecutor Michael Peacock.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 11, 2008, midnight
Money, thrill kills, trophy mounts and extra meat are driving wildlife poachers and illegal traders into the Inland Northwest’s forests and fields, say Washington state Fish and Wildlife officials. The trend is underscored by the felony arrest Wednesday of Jason Yon, owner of Jax Foods in Spokane. Undercover state fish and game officers charged Yon with buying four black bear gallbladders to resell them. “Galls” are prized in Asia for their medicinal properties.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 11, 2008, midnight
Money, thrill kills, trophy mounts and extra meat are driving wildlife poachers and illegal traders into the Inland Northwest’s forests and fields, say Washington state Fish and Wildlife officials. The trend is underscored by the felony arrest Wednesday of Jason Yon, owner of Jax Foods in Spokane. Undercover state fish and game officers charged Yon with buying four black bear gallbladders to resell them. “Galls” are prized in Asia for their medicinal properties.