Monday, April 18, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Mine rescue, bucking up Idaho Dems and 3 cups of baloney?

Posted on Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 7:50 AM

Trapped more than a mile underground — Cave in at the Lucky Friday traps one miner, robotic digger flown in to clear debris. (SR) A drawing of the mine collapse site. (KREM)

"We are not tough enough" — Howard Dean comes to Worley to pep up Idaho Democrats. (CdA Press)

Hey, cool! — The region is likely to set a record for coldest spring, doesn't look like it'll hit 60 degrees for another week. (SR)

HEEEEEY! Your taxes are due — The short extension for filing your 1040s because of the government shutdown scare is up, Bub. Sharpen that pencil. (KXLY)

Three Cups of BS? — Montana author's book phenom, "Three Cups of Tea," is blasted as a fraud — claiming to have built Afghan schools that were done by others, or never were built. (BBC) Author  Greg Mortenson responds to allegations. (LA Times blog)

Mystery of the Bible revealed! — Last Supper was on a Wednesday, just FYI. (BBC)

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