Vol. 15, No. 51
Fish and Farmers Find Common Ground on the Crooked River
Restoration deal step in the right direction for Crooked River.
By Eric Flowers
Brothers and Others Avoid Postal Service's Budget Ax
Post offices will remain open.
Board Kills Magnet Reform Effort
Admission rules upheld for local magnet schools.
Julianne Moore channels Sarah Palin; Tina Fey Eat Your Heart Out
In keeping with our movie trailers theme, this week. Here's an intriguing one of the upcoming Game Change, which features Julianne Moore channeling former Alaska-gov. Sarah Palin
By The Source Staff
Name That Wolf: Finalists Announced in Wolf-Naming Contest
Oregon Wild has decided to give the wolf a new handle. It recently solicited names for the wanderlust wolf and ended up with more than 250 suggestions
Winter Beer Tasting: How to, with photos
Host your own seasonal beer tasting.
New Music Video From Laurel Brauns
Laurel Brauns' new music video for her song Kaleidoscope Eyes.
Sewer Fee Structure Stinks Breweries Say
While the city needs help shouldering the sewage load, local breweries say they fear an inequitable fee structure.
Oregon Ducks Unveil Rose Bowl Uniforms
Oregon will wear an even more futuristic uniform for the Rose Bowl.
Give Guide a Great Success for Area Vets
Thanks to a number of local businesses, we were able to donate a bundle to COVO.
A Stocking Filled With Straight Poop for Good Girls and Boys
Gathering of news makers from the previous week.
By Source Weekly
Occupying the Invisible Congressman
Occupy movement putting heat on Rep. Greg Walden.
Sewer Fee Structure Stinks Breweries Say (12/23):
Make a Difference This Season
Express kindness this holiday season.
Don't Surrender Our Surface Water
Expansion of Bend is a costly project.
Behold the White Buffalo: An afternoon with some of the rarest animals on the planet
Meeting some of Earth's rarest animals.
By Mike Bookey
Our Picks for 12/22-12/29
A gathering of upcoming events for next week.
Little Bites: Bro-Jon's Tries Downtown: Owners of popular Galveston pub open The Alehouse on Bond Street
Brother Jon's gets a sibling restaurant.
Fried Chicken and Movies: Video Village offers up some of the simpler pleasures in life
Enjoy your movies with a bucket full of fried chicken.
By Jared Rasic
Precursor from 10 Barrel
!0 Barrel's special release now available for purchase.
Cruise Control: Predictability comes off loud and clear, mostly loud in the new Mission Impossible
Mission Impossible franchise continues to decline.
By Morgan P Salvo
One Hot Mess: In Young Adult, Charlize Theron proves growing up is hard to do
A character study on the hardships of growing up.
By Anne Pick
Fueled by Mushrooms: Mario Kart 7 may be pushing the boundaries of a popular franchise
Mario Kart 7 delivers the same simple fun.
The serious problems of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
By Wm.™ Steven Humphrey
Local Christmas Tunes: 'Zat You, Santa?
An original take on Christmas classics.
Jingle Hell: Screw the holiday classics and get hip to these Christmas albums
Holiday albums for your listening pleasure.
Why We Bowl: Because the holidays would be maddening without football
Likely talking points for your upcoming family gatherings.
In Search of a Silver Lining: You don't need snow to celebrate the solstice
Getting the most out of your winter solstice.
Trailblazing Women of Country
Sun., March 3, 7:30 p.m.
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