Oil train concerns; Appreciation for ‘Props’; Bumper sticker humor
By now, the wave building toward the Salem beach has probably crashed.
‘Pulpit props’ in letters, Watch for pedestrians; ‘I am schizophrenic’; Work with Republicans
The unseasonably warm weather we’ve seen points us even earlier than usual toward spring.
A unique R&B-soul band is coming to Hood River on Friday, Feb. 13, and even if you’re superstitious, we should be treating this show like it’s our lucky day.
Walden’s two faces; Community immunity
The amenities and upgrades on State Street are visible now that the Urban Renewal streetscape project is done: new pavement, better and wider sidewalks, underground utilities, landscaping, and pedestrian plazas featuring benches, drinking fountains, and more.
A recent visit to Eugene took me to some interesting intersections, figuratively and literally.
E-fixated danger; Duck pond; Vaccination; more
Driverless cars may be a thing of the future, but do we need more clueless voters?
Football fans around Oregon are gearing up for this weekend’s Super Bowl match-up on Sunday as our neighbors to the north defend their title in the big event.
Services denied; Road suggestion; more
Protect water rights; State Street concerns; Punchbowl questions
Who thinks about the football?
I would like to extend an apology to Rep. Greg Walden and his wife, Mylene, for a tasteless joke I made at their expense in my last published column.