Wednesday, February 6, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Crackheads, Boy Scouts, Postal Works and Cats

Posted By on Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:00 AM


Maybe the act of stealing copper wire %uFFFD or even how the hell do it %uFFFD is baffling to you. Don't worry, local crackheads can help you out. They got really good at it in 2012. (KREM)

A body was found in a burning mobile home in North Spokane. (SR)

Local Master Gardeners will not %uFFFD I repeat, WILL NOT %uFFFD be telling you how to grow weed. That's just over the line, I guess. (SR)

A Post Falls man won $100,000 in the lottery yesterday, quit his job at a fast food restaurant and reinspires hope in millions that the world does not suck. (KHQ)


So the Boy Scouts are still on the fence about banning homosexual members, solidifying its position as the most archaic organization in all of the land. (SR)

No more mail on Saturdays. (SR)

In a campaign supported by Inlander Senior Cat Editor Chey Scott, the newest Monopoly token will be %uFFFD you guessed it %uFFFD a cat. The cat will replace the iron. (KREM)


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