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Spokesman.com blogs: The Stark verdict

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Looking for browsing materials? Check out these recent hand-picked links – now with teaser paragraphs – from Spokesman.com blogs. • Jury convicts Shellye Stark of murder | Huckleberries Online Shellye Stark was convicted this afternoon of first-degree murder in the shooting death of her estranged husband, whose bullet-riddled body was found slumped in the kitchen of their South Hill home in 2007. • DFO’s animals: Cash-eating dog | Huckleberries Online This undated photo released by Kelley Davis via the News & Observer shows Augie, a 2-year-old greater Swiss mountain dog in Apex, N.C., that ate $400 cash that Davis made working extra hours. • NIT loss: The day after | Sportslink A couple random thoughts and questions … Where did Klay Thompson’s shot disappear to? The freshman struggled the final four games of the season, failing to score in double figures in any of them. • Obama on VA health changes: Never mind | Spin Control The Obama Administration is dropping a proposal that would have allowed the Veterans Affairs Department to bill a vets’ insurance company for treating service-connected disabilities and injuries. • CdA Lake management plan wins funding | Eye on Boise The Coeur d’Alene Lake Management Plan will be funded one way or another, Idaho state lawmakers declared today. The Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee voted unanimously in favor of a budget for the state Department of Environmental Quality for next year • Epilogue (I think) on the “not a dime” e-mail | Eye on Olympia Last week: Lawmakers kill a labor-backed bill and called police after some lawmakers got an e-mail indicating that elected officials would get “not one more dime” from labor until they passed it. Tuesday morning: The head of the State Patrol says the e-mail wasn’t a crime. He says he’s sending the info to the state’s campaign-finance watchdog, the Public Disclosure Commission, at its request. • Child care takes a hit | Are We There Yet? Across the country, child-care centers that were once full are now watching their enrollment numbers drop. • 401(k)s: A reason to believe? | Everyday Economy Have you stopped putting money into a 401(k) or other retirement plan — or shifted money away from stocks? Or are you sticking with it and hoping dollar-cost averaging pays off? • ‘Watchmen’ passes this fanboy’s test | Movies and More Maybe it’s because I was predisposed to like it, but I actually enjoyed “Watchmen.” • Wednesday’s loose thread | A Matter of Opinion It’s March Madness! There’s a basketball tournament going on, too. So, I’m having lunch with colleagues at “an area restaurant” when a server deposits the soup in my lap. It was egg drop soup. You just can’t make this stuff up. • Double the slam | Vox Box Well - it looks like our homeland of Spokane has just got too much entertainment for a single weekly blogpost….say hello to: (drumroll please…) Double the Slam. I’ll post up some interesting shows/concerts/events/whatever looks pleasing to our advanced generation. Want more? Go to spokesman.com and click the “Latest blog posts” tab, just above the “Latest news” list of headlines.
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