Friday, January 7, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Eagle Fever

Posted on Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 8:57 AM

Eagle Fever — Eastern Washington faces Delaware in the Division One national football championship at 4 pm today, on ESPN2. (KXLY)

24-year-old murder mystery solved? — Gary Trimble, 62, is in jail as the prime suspect in the murder of Dorothy Burdette on Christmas Eve 1986. (NWCN)

Questions about cooler death — The family of Richard Tyrone Thomas is reeling after he locked himself in a walk-in cooler at Taco Bell and apparently froze himself to death. (SR)

NIC gets $552,000 from Albertson grant — The money will help those who lack basic skills or high school degrees to attain higher education. (CdA Press)

Garbage summit — The city and county of Spokane will meet to decide just who should control the solid waste system. (SR)

Meet Charlie — New Washington state Supreme Court Justice Charlie Wiggins has a way with words and a penchant for bow ties. (Seattle Times)

Meet John — How a goofball won the Colorado governor's mansion in an era of political rancor. (NYT) 

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