Tobe Hooper


Will The 2024 Silverado HD Ditch The Column Shifter?

GM is developing a full model refresh for the Chevy Silverado HD, with the debut scheduled to drop for the 2024 model year. Among the many updates slated for the 2024 Silverado HD is a brand-new interior, but the question is – will the 2024 Silverado HD ditch the column shifter?

Democrats wasted no time in upping the pressure on Merrick Garland to prosecute Donald Trump and his associates.

House Democrats, in particular, are pushing the attorney general to act following explosive Jan. 6 testimony. What happened: House Democrats wasted no time in pushing Attorney General Merrick Garland to get more aggressive in prosecuting former President Donald Trump and his senior associates following explosive testimony from a former White House aide before the Jan. 6 committee.

Lewis Hamilton calls for action after Nelson Piquet’s racial slur

Lewis Hamilton has called for action after comments where Nelson Piquet used racist language to describe him resurfaced.Three-time world champion Piquet twice used racist language in an interview last November when describing the Mercedes star as he gave his verdict on Hamilton’s crash with Max Verstappen during last year’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Yet in a tweet on Tuesday, Hamilton responded saying it was time for these “archaic mindsets” to change - and added that he has been targeted “by these attitudes my whole life”. “It’s more than language,” he wrote. “These archaic mindsets need to change and...

Burns' fame as 'Mr. Biscuits' rising at Belcross Biscuit

CAMDEN — Whether it’s his scrumptious strawberry biscuits or mouthwatering buttermilk biscuits, it’s evident why people are starting to call Jeff Burns “Mr. Biscuits.” Burns and his wife, Cherylyn, are the new owners of what formerly was Belcross Bake Shoppe at 269 U.S. Highway 158 East in Camden. They took over ownership of the bakery in May and renamed it the Belcross Biscuit Company. Besides signature creations like blueberry bourbon...

This Day In History, July 2nd, 2022 – “Wal-Mart”

It was just 60 years ago today, July 2, 1962, when Sam Walton established the first-ever Wal-Mart. Sam, a young entrepreneur, wanted to make a difference in his community by selling cheap, but American-made goods to neighborhoods around the Nation. Sam had started out working through department stores, and during WWII served in the Army Military Intelligence, reaching the rank of Captain.

Brush Fireplace Burning Close to Houses in Highland Park Contained – NBC Los Angeles

A greater alarm fire burned just under 5 acres of brush in Highland Park Friday night before being contained. The fire began around 9:51 pm at 368 S. Avenue 60 near the 110 Parkway, initially burning at least 1 acre of medium to heavy brush in steep terrain before growing to just under 5 acres, said Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Nicholas Prange.
Coeur d'Alene Press

Flags, freedom and fun

COEUR d'ALENE - The annual Kid's Parade kicked off the Fourth of July weekend Friday in Coeur d'Alene. Each year the popular children’s parade grows with the number of kiddos and families that participate, organizers said. Children joined by parents wore colorful outfits while walking, biking and skating down...

Easy Recipe: The Elegant, Versatile Crepe

When I was a kid my favorite night was Friday—and not just because it marked the start of the weekend. My mom was a fabulous cook but Sunday through Thursday was reserved for the so-called square meal, complete with at least one veggie I hated. Fridays were always more laid back, especially in the summer.
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Ons Jabeur reveals how she has been feeling at Wimbledon so far

World No. 2 Ons Jabeur says she has been absolutely enjoying Wimbledon so far as she is hoping to further raise her level and potentially win her maiden Grand Slam title this fortnight. On Friday, third-seeded Jabeur saw off Diane Parry 6-2 6-3 to reach the Wimbledon last-16 for the second consecutive year.
Coeur d'Alene Press

Gardens of peace

At Kim and Mike Normand's peaceful garden home on Garden Avenue, bad vibes are left at the door. "We come here and this is our vacation," Kim said Thursday. "We retired. We love our home. I'm not fixing it up to move. I'm fixing it up to live." A shady,...