Thursday, March 05, 2009


Cow Town

Of the 8 items that made the police/sheriff reports in today's paper (which will be unavailable tomorrow), two concerned cows on the loose. Really, I like living in a small town where bovines are among the authorities' highest concerns. Here's the entire list:
  • A ladder in the middle of South 23rd Avenue was causing a traffic hazard around 8 a.m.
  • Police could not find a black cow that was reportedly out of its pasture off Stucky Road.
  • An 86-year-old Bozeman woman was cited for shoplifting and released after she left a store on North 19th Avenue without paying for some items.
  • Dog feces were left on the porch of a home on Sanders Avenue.
  • A man who appeared to be passed out in a vehicle on North Seventh Avenue was just taking a nap between making deliveries.
  • A reportedly vicious dog ran away when he heard the man he was threatening on Shadow Circle cock his shotgun. The dog was also vicious towards deputies. Its owner was warned.
  • Two cows in a driveway on Norris Road were headed for the road around 9:30 a.m.
  • The driver of a large semi-truck tried to run another driver off the road at the Logan interchange and flipped the man off.

When I first moved to Lynden one of the items on a then-recent police report was an anatomically correct snow man.
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