Battle for Boomer Jack 

The adorable hound has inspired books and screenplays. Is a lawsuit next?

[slideshow-1] IT ALL STARTED WITH A DOG. Lincoln Kilian says he originally unearthed the story of Boomer Jack sorting through clippings in his job as an HSU librarian, a job he'd had since 1966. In 1977, he was transferred to the Humboldt…

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