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  • Leading by example?

    Surely, no city official would have the unmitigated gall to send a bill for $11,648 to a property owner unless they, themselves, have first paid for their respective sidewalks. Surely, they are not akin to members of Congress who exempt themselves from the onerous laws passed on "the rest of us."
  • So long, June Gregg, Bainbridge’s finest ambassador
    When asked the secret to living a long life, June said it was simple. "Work hard. Stay young. That's what I tell everyone. Take advantage of being young and don't get old.” Then she smiled and laughed at her own philosophy on life. And what a great philosophy – one that began prior to the first World War and continued to 2017. June, you are a true treasure, and you will be missed. Heaven has yet another angel. You earned your wings long ago.
  • Sasquatch, Webfoots, chemtrails and feckless Republicans
    For the first time since 1939, the Oregon Ducks are headed to the Final Four. The last time the Ducks were in the Final Four of the NCAA men’s DI basketball tournament they were the Webfoots. For a bit of local history, the last time Oregon was in the Final Four, they played Ohio State. The 1939 NCAA tournament MVP and top scorer was Greenfield’s Jimmy Hull, who scored 58 points for Ohio State.
  • Sasquatch, Webfoots, chemtrails and feckless Republicans
    For the first time since 1939, the Oregon Ducks are headed to the Final Four. The last time the Ducks were in the Final Four of the NCAA men’s DI basketball tournament they were the Webfoots. For a bit of local history, the last time Oregon was in the Final Four, they played Ohio State. The 1939 NCAA tournament MVP and top scorer was Greenfield’s Jimmy Hull, who scored 58 points for Ohio State.
  • Sasquatch, Webfoots, chemtrails and feckless Republicans
    For the first time since 1939, the Oregon Ducks are headed to the Final Four. The last time the Ducks were in the Final Four of the NCAA men’s DI basketball tournament they were the Webfoots. For a bit of local history, the last time Oregon was in the Final Four, they played Ohio State. The 1939 NCAA tournament MVP and top scorer was Greenfield’s Jimmy Hull, who scored 58 points for Ohio State.
  • Sasquatch, Webfoots, chemtrails and feckless Republicans
    For the first time since 1939, the Oregon Ducks are headed to the Final Four. The last time the Ducks were in the Final Four of the NCAA men’s DI basketball tournament they were the Webfoots. For a bit of local history, the last time Oregon was in the Final Four, they played Ohio State. The 1939 NCAA tournament MVP and top scorer was Greenfield’s Jimmy Hull, who scored 58 points for Ohio State.
  • So long, Richard Blankenship, and thanks for the sweatshirt
    “If you were a friend of Richard, you knew it,” said Cincinnati attorney and family friend Tom Tepe. “He could be hard-headed, and he spoke his mind, which wasn’t easily changed. He loved his church, his family, his country and his farm. He was proud of his students’ accomplishments. He loved teaching and coaching. He was my friend, and I will miss him.”
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
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