He Said, She Said?

I’m sure that most of you have read about the massage therapist who has been accused of sexual assault on a client at The Peak. To be honest, I have no idea which “side” to believe; the thought of being accused of a crime that you didn’t commit is one of the worst imaginable horrors (just ask OJ). After all, it is near impossible to prove a negative. On the other hand, if there was…


I’m Clean!

You all know that I try to keep things upbeat, positive, and cheerful around here, and that includes keeping it clean. So I’m proud to announce that I scored pretty darn low on the Blog-O-Cuss Meter!


Fender Bender

Driving across the 10th Avenue South bridge at about 9:20 this morning, the car in front of me – a sporty grey model – was driving a bit too close to the center (where the ice hadn’t been worn away by drivers), and sure enough, he lost control. He slid around in a complete 360, banged against the right side of the bridge, clipped another vehicle, then slid over to the left side of the…


Blogging 101: Saturday

UPDATE: the Blogging 101 session is scheduled for Noon at the Park-n-Ponder on Saturday, April 12th! Saturday, March 29, around 2:00 pm at the Park-n-Ponder. We’ll relax over some snacks, coffee, etc, and talk about different types of blogs, software options, hosting choices, and such. And don’t be worried about anything too technical: trust me – if you’re able to type an e-mail, I can have you blogging like a pro in under an hour.…


In Case You Missed It

Just some gentle reminders: first, there are two good dogs (Brittany Spaniels) that are still missing. Second, take a moment to sign the petition to keep “Little Albertson’s” open; although it’s not likely that Albertson’s will change their mind, enough signatures might convince another grocer to move in to the downtown location. And third, don’t forget that the “Festival Of The Book” will be held tonight and tomorrow!


Dining Options

Even in a town as small as ours, the restaurant scene is never static – things are always changing. The latest moves that I know about involve a partnership, and a consolidation of sorts. First up: The Udder Factory, which has been closed for the winter, will be re-opening in April with a new partner: Marie Louisa’s, which used to be housed (IIRC) over near Malmstrom. That’s a winning combo, I think: Italian food plus…


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