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Huckleberries: Where has all the beautiful long hair gone, long time passing

Today, Tom Hearn is a trustee on the Coeur d’Alene School Board and a retired mental health professional. Some would say he has a very high forehead. But 45 years ago, he had a mustache and long, wavy brown hair. In April 1972, he was the vice presidential candidate on the undercard of a student body ticket at Chico State (Calif.) College, running with a woman who would later become a county supervisor (commissioner).

Huckleberries: Rasor’s ideas on tutus mystify Moscow man

Henry Johnston, a Sandpoint High grad, wonders where former Bonner County commissioner Cornel Rasor got the idea that gay men wear tutus to work. Rasor, as you may recall, is part of the Idaho GOP push to ask the 2014 Legislature to void nondiscrimination laws that add gays to human rights protections. Six Idaho cities, including Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene, have approved the ordinances.

By end of ‘Annie,’ theater hopes to find rescued dog a home

There are two stars in the Spokane Civic Theatre’s upcoming production of “Annie.” Both are cute, both have adorable curls, both are talented vocalizers – but only one was rescued from a shelter. That would be Sandy, the shelter dog playing the role of Li’l Orphan Annie’s lovable mutt. No one really knows the dog’s original name – he was brought to SpokAnimal as a stray – so trainer and rescuer Val Hughes decided to name the dog Sandy, the same as his stage name.