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Living the single life

(SitNews) Klawock, Alaska – When you get older, being single becomes funny. At least for some of us.
To a degree you become desensitized to the marriage and breeding happening all around you and since going out and finding someone to marry just so you too can have cute engagement photos on Facebook isn’t reasonable and being bitter sucks, you discover non-destructive coping mechanisms. 254 more words


Random Thoughts for a Friday: April 18, 2014

  • This week has been a bit of a struggle.  Had my sleeping issues come back in full force.
  • I’m doing better now and should get a good nights sleep tonight.
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Random Thoughts For A Friday

Russ Latino: Time for Change in DC with Chris McDaniel

It’s time for change in D.C.

By Russ Latino, Madison County Journal, April 18, 2014

Senator Thad Cochran first went to Washington, D.C. in 1973 as a 30-something year old member of the U.S. 1,261 more words

US Senate Race

COLLINGWOOD: (Almost) nobody saw that coming

PULLMAN – University of Idaho coach Robb Akey couldn’t have picked a better night to keeps tabs on an investment.

Akey, dressed in a fashionable dress suit, paced Lewiston’s sideline Friday night to watch his newest commitment, Justin Podrabsky, take on a Pullman defense that gave the Bengals’  more than a few fits. 554 more words


COLLINGWOOD: Harris quickly proving his worth at Gonzaga

SPOKANE – It didn’t take Gonzaga assistant coach Tommy Lloyd much of an arm tug when he got wind of a spring-heeled, 6-foot-8 German who could help fill the void in the Bulldogs’ depleted frontcourt. 466 more words


COLLINGWOOD: WSU not doing things the easy way

PULLMAN – As if the last three months weren’t enough for Washington State hoops purists to dust off the Pepto Bismol nestled in the corner of their medicine cabinets. 693 more words


COLLINGWOOD: Ready or not, here comes NIC

Junior colleges aren’t immune to realignment, it appears.

But when North Idaho College makes a reluctant move to the NWAACC, it won’t be for monetary gain. 549 more words