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Post by News Tribune Staff on Feb. 12, 2008 at 9:24 am with No Comments »
February 12, 2008 9:24 am

Sen. Barack Obama won a clean sweep of the Democratic delegates in Garfield County, we reported on Sunday.

Crosscut picked the story up and talked the editor of the East Washingtonian in Pomeroy, who had some funny things to say.

When I told my buddy Jay, who’s a walking IMDb, he was quick to point out that rural Garfield county was the main setting of the 1996 Chris Farly/David Spade comedy “Black Sheep.” And do you remember where Farley’s character worked? At the Pierce County Recreation Center.

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