Sunday, October 29, 2006

Spanning the State--Fall Back! Edition

For many on this "Fall Back Sunday", its time to catch an extra hour of sleep. Not me. I've got a lengthy list of things to do today. No rest for the wicked, don'tcha know.

So on this eve before the eve of All Hallows Eve, let's Span the State!


Way to go Beavers! OSU's football squad stunned #3 ranked USC yesterday, 33-31.

A candidate for Jefferson County sheriff candidate is being forced to respond to a motion calling for the revocation of his police license for alledged "gross misconduct".

Gene Wall of Baker City lays it down in an LTE against Greg Walden. An excerpt: All this indicating to me that I wouldn't vote for Walden if he was the only candidate running because he's in lock step with Bush who in my opinion will go down in history as the scourge of my once great country, the United States of America.

The Voisin Campaign gets a little face time in the Bend Bulletin for their savvy use of YouTube.

Could a homeless man win a city council election in Ashland?

Karen Minnis proves that she lacks grace and dignity in the face of a tough campaign. She can't even bring herself to say something nice about her opponent in reply. No wonder the Oregon House is such a mess--with leadership like Minnis in charge its inevitable.

Don't vote for me!

If you're going to rob a bank close to Halloween, you should definitely wear a ghoul mask. That's getting into the spirt!

Its looking as if 2006 is going to be a banner year for wine grapes in Oregon. The estimated harvest is at 15-20 percent above average.