MORNING HEADLINES: Rogue soldiers, Cougs, sharrows. It's Friday!

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Ghosts of Ruby Ridge emerge When Congressman Walt Minnick used a retired U.S. Marshall in an attack ad, challenger ties it back to bloody Weaver siege — and not in a good way. (Idaho Statesman)

Autopsy of slain pastor delivered The findings do little to answer questions of why 74-year-old Wayne Scott Creach was shot by a Spokane County deputy, pastor’s son says. (SR)

Failing to spot rogue soldiers Officers asked how they missed clues that U.S. soldiers were killing unarmed Afghans. (Seattle Times)

What’s a four-letter word for sharrow? Bicycle angst over “30-somethings in leotards” hits even trendy Seattle. (Crosscut)

Yakking the Bone WSU men’s basketball coach Ken Bone went deep into rival territory for an online chat hosted by a paper in (gasp!) Seattle. (Seattle Times)

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