Wednesday, September 1, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Fires start, wars end

Posted on Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 7:46 AM

David Duke to speak in Sandpoint White supremacist and former presidential candidate David Duke is scheduled to speak in Sandpoint "on the critical issues facing America and the world and the possibility of entering the Republican Primaries" on Labor Day. It's part of a nationwide speaking tour. (

Grisly omen? Two older bears attacked and killed a young grizzly in a freak incident at WSU's Bear Center in Pullman yesterday. (Growing tension in the bear cage in the run-up to next week's game against the Montana Grizzlies?) (SR)

Election 2009 on trial Almost a year after Mike Kennedy beat Jim Brannon for a seat on Coeur d'Alene's city council, the disputed results will have their day in court. (CdA Press)

Deputy kicked A Bonner County man arrested on suspicion of drunken driving added a felony to his charges when he kicked the arresting officer. (Daily Bee)

War is over, if you want it President Obama declared the end of combat operations in Iraq yesterday. Mission Accomplished? (NYT)

Hot stroke A golfer in dry Irvine, Calif., started a 25-acre fire when he struck a rock and produced a spark. (KREM)

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