Thursday, December 9, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Why did the megaload cross the road? Plus, sharks!

Posted on Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 8:55 AM

Follow the megaload plot twists —Tension! Drama! Intrigue! ... Or at least lawyers and engineers going inch-by-inch over what it takes to move 300-ton oil company loads over Lolo Pass. (SR)

BONUS: The Spokesman's Boise reporter, Betsy Russell, is live-blogging Day 2 of the megload hearings at Eye On Boise. Whoa! Izzit me, or did it just get hard to breathe? (SR)

Pen is mightier than deficit — The answer to the state's budget crisis may be as "simple" as redrawing the map. (Crosscut)

Epic fail — Spokane Valley has ignored — even degraded — boater/paddler/angler access to water at new Barker Road bridge over the Spokane River. (Rich Landers, SR)

Why is it called the Red Sea? — In today's Morning Headlines Random Link, sharks have been wreaking havoc with an unusual swarm of attacks at an Egyptian resort. (BBC)

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