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Zepparella returns to Southern Oregon

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Gretchen Menn of Zepparella

@GretchenMenn @Zepparella @howieesonfront

Tonight Zepparella will be playing in Eugene at Sessions. Tomorrow they will be in Portland at Dante’s. Next Friday night (12/13/19) Zepparella will perform at the Rogue Theatre in Grants Pass.

Raiders go to 2-0 in pool play

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Taylor Ristvedt led SOU with 25 kills

@SOURaiders @RaiderVB @tristvedt_10 #NAIAWVB

Today’s victory puts SOU on the brink of clinching a spot in the sweet 16. If (favored) Central Methodist beats IUK today, the Raiders will move on even before tomorrow’s match. Should IUK pull off an upset, then Southern Oregon may need a win over Central Methodist tomorrow.

Update: IUK lost so the Raiders advance.

Pool play begins

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2019 SOU volleyball team (currently ranked #5)

@SOURaiders @RaiderVB

The Raiders didn’t get an easy pool. Although the coaches have Central Methodist at #12, Massey has them at #9. That said, the top two teams advance so even if the Raiders have trouble with Central Methodist, they’ll be fine if they get past Indiana Kokomo (today) and Bellevue (tomorrow).

Follow along here.

Yaquina Lighthouse from Nye Beach

Yaquina Lighthouse from Nye Beach

Today’s photo comes from our Thanksgiving in Newport.

The return of the plague

The doctors are ready to see you

November sunrise

Ashland sunrise

2019 Festival of Light Parade

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Ashland Festival of Light


Happening today in Ashland, Oregon:

4:00 p.m.: Entertainment on the Brickroom Restaurant Balcony​

5:00 p.m.: Santa’s Parade with Grand Illumination at the Plaza and Caroling

Crater Lake sunrise

Crater Lake sunrise

@CraterLakeNPS #landscape #CraterLake

NAIA football playoffs

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#4 Darius-James Peterson was the 2019 Frontier Conference Player of the Year

@YotesFootball #NAIAFootball @FConference #PlayNAIA @NAIA @7dpeterson7 @DevvonGage

Guess which NAIA football team won by the most points this past weekend in the first round of the playoffs? Was it the coaches’ #1? #2? #3? #4? No. It was Massey’s #1 and the coaches’ #5. Now Massey’s #1 team has to travel for a playoff game because of the screwed up NAIA football ranking system.

Massey predicted a 32-point victory, and the Yotes beat the spread by 15 points. College of Idaho didn’t beat any Frontier Conference teams by 47 points, and yet they were able to beat one of the coaches’ playoff teams by that much. Hmmmm….

The Yotes will now have to travel to Grand View (Iowa) for a chance to make it to the semifinals. The coaches, of course, think Grand View will win. Massey has College of Idaho as the favorite by 24 points. Anyone agree with coaches and want to put some money on this game? Anyone? Anyone?

Mt. Hood from Trillium Lake

Mt. Hood from Trillium Lake

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