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Huckleberries: Huckleberries: When in doubt, vote for Pedro

If you don’t like the two main candidates for the U.S. presidency in Idaho, you can select one of six other choices on the ballot including Libertarian Gary Johnson and Independent Jill Stein. Or you can write in one of 37 other names that have been certified by the Idaho Secretary of State as write-in candidates, including six from Idaho. Or you can vote for Pedro.

Huckleberries: Coeur d’Alene Carousel faces Sunday Rest Law – or not

With construction on the back-to-the-future Coeur d’Alene Carousel rolling along, the question had to be asked of Carousel organizers: What are you going to do about the Sunday Rest Law that prevents a merry-go-round from operating on Sundays. Cari Fraser of the Carousel Foundation was ready with the answer: “Hunh?”

Huckleberries: Post Falls councilwoman encounters road rager

Post Falls Councilwoman Kerri Thoreson had a close encounter with a Road Rager on Spokane Street last week. A woman in an SUV behind her honked and gestured when Kerri stopped at an intersection on the busy street. The Road Rager then tailgated Kerri for a few blocks, so closely that Kerri couldn’t get her license plate number. Why had Kerri stopped? Two boys on bicycles were crossing the intersection. Seems the boys didn’t matter that much to the Road Rager.

Huckleberries: The Bard’s passing had gentle touch

Tom Wobker, the Bard of Sherman Avenue, left us on April 23, the purported 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. But his poetry will live on through this column and the Huckleberries Online blog.