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TOT LUCK!

Ever notice those people walking along the beach with metal detectors? Well, it's doubtful they have much luck finding anything, but that's not the case for 4-year-old James Hyatt.  Last May, the toddler from Essex, England, was walking through a field when he was handed his family's metal detector and it suddenly went off. After digging eight feet below the surface, James and his family found a reliquary, a gold container used to hold religious relics. "I was holding the detector and it went beep, beep, beep," said James, who was three at the time of the discovery. "Then we dug into the mud. There was gold there. We didn’t have a map – only pirates have treasure maps." Experts believe the locket is from the early 16th century – the era of Henry VIII – and say it could have belonged to a member of the royal family. Oh, and it could potentially be worth close to $4 million. "My son is one of the luckiest people ever," James' father Jason told The Mail. "If we go to the doctors he’ll put his hand down the side of the sofa and pull out a tenner." An inquest has deemed the item a treasure trove, which means the proceeds of its sale will be shared between James’s family and the landowner. "In 15 years doing it as a hobby I'd never found anything like it," said Jason. Now that's what you call a lucky kid!

 

DAILY PAGE FOR

Thursday, November 18, 2010

THE BUZZ: GM stock sale and recovery from bankruptcy today - The first Guantanamo detainee to face a civilian trial is acquitted of all but one of hundreds of charge

 

EVENTS   

 

Harlem Ambassadors Red Cross fundraiser – Timberline High school Sat – 7p

Idaho Snowmobile Show. Fri 3p-9p Sat 10a-6p.- Expo Idaho

Winter Garden aGlow  Open Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28 December 3 - January 9, 2011  

 

For more detail see Interactive Calendar link        

 

AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Treasure Valley Average Prices

 

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$2.846

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POWERBALL

Saturday’s  jackpot $ 50 Million

14 16 53 54 591PB 5 last numbers drawn

MEGA-Millions – $ 25 million Friday

Hot Lotto –  $12.3 Million

 

Dow Jones Industrial Average

Close on Wednesday

11,007.88   -15.62

 

Entertainment

ON TV      

Peanuts puts us in the mood for the holidays.

     ABC serves up ``A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.'' It's not the usual turkey and dressing. Instead, in this cartoon, Snoopy creates the meal of popcorn, ice cream and other finds from the kitchen. Then, with that in your stomach, ``Grey's Anatomy'' is next.

. More on the TV tonight link.


CONCERTS 

2010 Radio City Christmas Spectacular: December 2 - Taco Bell Arena  4p

Oak Ridge Boys Christmas – Morrison Center Dec. 2

Dane Cook – Idaho Center – Dec. 3rd.

 

Opening at the Box office

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Made in Dagenham

The Next Three Days

White Material

 

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 READER BOARD-Hardcover Fiction       

Top 3
1. TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT, by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
2. THE CONFESSION, by John Grisham
3. INDULGENCE IN DEATH, by J. D. Robb

Non-Fiction  1. LIFE, by Keith Richards with James Fox

Advice    1. BAREFOOT CONTESSA: HOW EASY IS THAT?, by Ina Garten

Sports    Boise State hosts Fresno Friday 7:30

Environment

SUNRISE 7:43           SUNSET 5:17

Yesterday’s Hi- 54  Today’s 54

Treasure Valley Air Quality Condition

Green   30    Outdoor burning allowed

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