Saturday, April 07, 2007

Reports of my demise have been greatly exaggerated

So much to do, so little time. The blog had to take a back seat for a while and will again over the next few weeks. So what did I miss this week?

The Phillies got off to the usual fast start by getting swept by Atlanta.

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Yankees made their debut in the snow amid more arguments among the politicians about selling the team. And the grope, er Grump, got arrested for "entertaining" young boys.

In politics the candidates for Judge have dueling polls.

The Sixth Legislative District Democratic organization is in a quandary on who to endorse in some W-B council races. I thought the whole idea of a primary was to decide which candidates to back.

Lou Barletta says he wants to be Mayor of Hazleton forever.

Hillary and Obama raised $50 million between them. But the real surprise was the Democratic field as a whole out raised the Republican contenders.

Steve Flood has been released from the hospital after suffering a stroke but will remain on the ballot for Luzerne County commissioner. Get well Steve.

Back to my hiatus. In my absence the Mean Old Man will be filling in.

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