Vol. 12, No. 9
Last But Not Least: Oregon is in play in this year's primary and changes could keep it that way
A couple of weeks ago on a rainy Tuesday morning, Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury shuffled papers on his desk when his assistant informed
By Eric Flowers
Don Leonard tosses his hat into the ring: A talk with the Bend City Council candidate
By The Source Staff
Kitzhaber Backs Liberal Pantywaist
Steve Novick, campaigning for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Sen. Gordon Smith, picked up a valuable endorsement this week - that of former Gov.
By H. Bruce Miller
Battle for the Metolius Rolling Into Court
Central Oregon LandWatch and Friends of the Metolius are going to court to try to protect the scenic river from two planned new destination resorts.
The Skinny on Sizemore
Love him or hate him - and it seems that nobody's in between - you have to agree that Bill Sizemore has been a major
"Somebody Else" Makes a Good Showing
KBND-AM's on-line presidential poll found Republican nominee-apparent John McCain in the lead with 32% -- not a big surprise, considering KBND's all-right-wing-all-the-time talk show lineup.
Why Not Just Call the Orkin Man?
By Joseph Oguiza
The Bulletin's Taser Stunt
Being shocked with a Taser is no joke. Nearly 300 cases of people dying after being Tased by police have been documented.
The Perversion of "Values"
As Bonhoeffer wrote in what was later published as ETHICS, "At such a time as this it is easy for the tyrannical despiser of men
War Protestors Pick the Wrong Target
The Feb. 14th Source Weekly has an opinion page with a letter written by Philip H. Randall of Bend. It is his opinion that military
Promoting Sprawl at Juniper Ridge
In your Feb. 14 edition regarding Juniper Ridge, you sound like a clone of The Bulletin: "The city also needs a master plan to proceed
Wanoga Sled Hill Goes Big-Time
At Wanoga Sno-Park last week I noticed a dad in a sponsored Lycra outfit with his child at the sled hill. Because I was on
Cinder Dust Isn't "Harmless"
Harmless? ("Cinders Everywhere," The Bulletin, Feb. 22) The cover article claimed "experts" say they're harmless; however I strongly disagree. The "experts" cited in the article
HERstory: More than a phrase: Bend's ladies celebrate their legacy by showing off talent
The HDCs Jenni Peskin: She's not only one of the minds behind HERstory, she's also a performer.Women's history month is upon us, and what better
By Denise CaJacob
Ensconced: The Best Scones of Bend and Sisters
We Americans love our breakfast food. Being that we are in some part culturally descended from the Brits, in many ways our traditional breakfast foods
Quick Bites: Industry Buzz
The upper Old Mill district will soon get a new American tapas lounge called Fireside Red. (803 SW Industrial Way, Suite 202, 306-3121, www.firesidered.com). The
The upper Old Mill district will soon get a new "American tapas lounge" called Fireside Red. (803 SW Industrial Way, Suite 202, 306-3121, www.firesidered.com). The
Ex-Presidential Treatment: Carter tours for peace in Man from Plains
He doesn't seem to mind those critics.The funniest thing about this documentary is Johnny Carson's plaid leisure suit in the film's opening scene. Aside from
By Mike Bookey
Love in the Time of Tuberculosis: A look at the Celebration of Latin Film
Box of Fun: Tearing into The Orange Box (Half Life 2)
By Shawn Wallbaum
The Bombs Blow Up the Domino Room
On hiatus from Crue, Mick Mars joins US Bombs at the Domino. Having the U.S. Bombs back in Bend for the second time in just
By Kelsi Oser
Is it Summer Yet?: Izabella gives us a taste of sunshine
Izabella rock the Old Stone to brighten up your February.With the peppering of warm days we've had in the past few weeks, sometimes it's hard
Perfectly Positive: Two decades after Graceland, Ladysmith Black Mambazo is still uplifting
Goodbye, Old Friend: A farewell to a lopped juniper
By Jim Anderson
By Mike Ficher
The Path Least Travelled: Finding a deeper stash at Thayer Glacier Headwall
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