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Blog Recommendation: Bozeman Chronicle Police Chronicles

Just good, simple policebeat type entries. For instance, this one from 28 April 2008:
-A man was yelling obscenities at 3 a.m. Saturday morning. He discovered his best friend’s bike outside his girlfriend’s house. posted by frombozeman at 1:12 PM

Any other ones that I should know about?

It's Not A Compound

Postcard Archive - 8. Yachats Breakers

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The card itself is actually shaped like the state of Oregon. I am not to great at using GIMP, and didn't take the time to cut out the superfluous bits of the graphic after I scanned it.
On the back:
Oregon - Yachats Breakers
The sight of the Pacific breakers slamming into rugged shorelines is one reason the Oregon coast is such a popular sightseeing destination. Here, thrift blooms frame the foreground as a large wave smashes into lava rocks at Yachats. Known as one of the best spots along the coast to view migrating grey whales just offshore, Yachats has much to offer, as well.
Oregon Die-Cut Cards
Copyright 1998. All rights reserved. No part of this product or other ODCC printed matter may be reproduced in any form by an means - including die-cutting. [Hmm... well, I will remove this if the copyright holders ask.] This product may not be incorporated into, or with, any item for resale without permission of Azcam Enterprises.
Azcam Enterprises - P.O. Box 1019 - Bonner, Montana 59823-10…

Bright future for Con-way

Analyst sees bright future for Con-way, despite first quarter report.
Sees "stellar operating results long into the future."

John Day Fossil Beds

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John Day Fossil Beds 2
Originally uploaded by Alhazred

Postacard Archive - 8: Andersonville Prison

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The back of this one reads:
Andersonville Prison
Sumpter County, Georgia
The notorious Confederate Prison held 33,006 in the spring of 1864. Over 13,700 men died within thirteen months. The infamous Captain Wirz, prison superintendent, was tried and hanged for his crimes of inhumanity after the war. The prisons burial ground, now a national cemetery contains 13,737 graves, 1047 are marked unknown.
Photo courtesy GDIT
GA Scenic South Co., Box 14, Pell City, AL 35125

As I learned from a PBS documentary that I watched whilst doing the hated stair machine at my work's gym, there are definitely two sides to this story.

Sent to my pal A- in Acworth.

John Day River - another shot

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John Day River 3
Originally uploaded by Alhazred

By Highway 19

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By Highway 19
Originally uploaded by Alhazred
On the road to Kimberley, Oregon.

John Day River

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John Day River 2
Originally uploaded by Alhazred
From last weekend. A damn fine road trip.

Shoshoni Winds

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Shoshoni Winds
Originally uploaded by Alhazred
The Shoshoni Winds restaurant in Prairie City, eastern Oregon.