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bendbulletin.com TODAY'S READERBOARD A 5-year high mark — The Dow closed above14,000 on

Friday for the first time since

By Lauren Dake

the Great Recession.C5

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PIUS —Unemployment holds steady below 8 percent.C6

SALEM — Deschutes County Sheriff Larry Blanton said this week that he believessome proposed sentencing reforms — sure to spark debate in the marbled-tile hallways in Salem this session — are risky business. His Central Oregon counterparts in Crook and Jefferson counties also

question the proposals put forth by a commission created by Gov. John Kitzhaber. Kitzhaber has prioritized a push for prison reforms during the legislative sessionthat starts Monday. He's urged lawmakers to not worry about being labeled "soft on crime," a label hard to shake during an election cycle.. A state Commission on Public Safety

has already proposed cost-cutting measures. And the governor's budget is built around the assumption that with reforms, the inmate population could grow by only 300 inmates, rather than a projected2,300,overthenext decade. But lawmakers aren't the only players the governor will have to convince. Local sheriffs aren't keen on the proposals, which include giving judges more flex-

ibility to sentence offenders who would otherwise be locked up for voter-approved mandatory minimum sentences. "Those were voted on by the public wanting to be tough on crime," said Blanton, referring in particular to proposed changes to Measure 11, a mandatory-minimum-sentencing requirement voters approved in the 1990s. SeeSheriffs/A4

A plloto Story — Takealook behind the scenes at Bend Instrument Repair Inc.B2

Inspections

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Sage grouse — Hopingto

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stave off anendangeredspecies listing, Eastern Oregon ranchers

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are working onvoluntary steps to reduce harm to the bird.B3

Odituary —As NewYork's fiery mayor, Ed Koch led the city through fiscal aus-

terity and racial disharmony in the1970s and '80s.B5

Arole at the SuperBowl — A Bend tech company plays a part, if small, in the NFL

experience.C6 In SPortS —Super Bowl XLVII is one of firsts, of lasts and of comebacks.C1

And in national newsThe Obama administration on

Friday guaranteed widespread access to contraceptives, but — in a reversal — said that

nonprofit religious groups won't be forced to pay for their employees' birth control.A2

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A different same-sex marriage debate By Elaine Sciolino New York Times News Service

PARIS — The invitation-only soiree at the Rond-Point Theater on the Champs-Elysees on Sunday gathered 1,000 of this city's glitterati, among them government ministers, intellectuals, politicians, artists and even union leaders, to support the legalization of samesex marriage in France. France is both a secular republic that champions the rights of the individual and a traditional, religiously rooted country that glorifies family life; demonstrating and debating are national pastimes. But even some supportersofthe law are ambivalent about "marriage for all," as the initiative is called. Pierre Berge, the longtime personal and business partnerof Yves Saint Laurent, was the financial sponsor for the Rond-Point event, but even he had reservations. Asked whether he and Saint Laurent would have marriedifsame-sex marriage had been legal when the designer was alive, he seemed stunnedinto silence. Then he replied, "I don't know." See France/A5

They carried their pillows, but were wide awake. A flash mob assembled in downtown Bend during the First Friday Art Walk last night, going to battle with their bed pillows as a crowd watched. Organized through social media, the 7 p.m. spectacle followed a Cascade Middle School Flash Mob dance as a fundraiser for the school's Sparrow Club.

Suici es rise, utveteransmakeup ewer By James Dao New York Times News Service

Suicides among military veterans, though up slightly in recent years, account for a shrinking percentage of the nation's total number of suicides — a result of steadily rising numbers of suicides in the general population, accordingto a report released Friday by the Department of

Veterans Affairs. The report, based on the most extensive data the department has ever collected on suicide, found that the number of suicidesamong veterans reached 22 a day in 2010, the most recent year available. That was up by 22 percent from 2007, when the daily number was 18. But it is only 10 percent higher than in

1999, according to the report. Department officials described the numbers as "relatively stable" over the decade. In the same 12-year period, the total number of U.S. suicides rose steadily to an estimated 105 a day in 2010, up from 80 in 1999, a 31 percent increase. As a result, the percentage of the nation's daily suicides

committed by veterans declined to 21 percent in 2010, from 25percent in 1999. "What's happening with veterans is a reflection of what's happening to America," said Jan Kemp, the national mental health director for suicide prevention at the VA. "The suicide rate in America

has been creeping up." SeeSuicides /A4

Bulletin staff report In the wake of a nightclub fire that killed 236 people in Brazil this week, the Bend Fire Department stepped up its program to inspect city venues for safety and fire code compliance, a deputy fire marshal said Friday. Not that any of the 500 large-occupancy buildings or the 50-some bars on Bend's west side are unsafe, said Deputy Fire Marshal Dan Derlacki. He's using the fire in Santa Maria, Brazil, as a teachablemoment, he said. "The most common thing we see when we do inspections at nighttime is ... something in front of the exit," a trip hazard or something hindering escape, Derlacki said. "Simply, things that can be moved out of the way." The Fire Department conducts regular inspections of large-occupancy buildings or building complexes once a year, said Derlacki, one offour deputy fire marshals. Derlacki's jurisdiction covers west Bend, including Mt. Bachelor ski area, the Old Mill District, Central Oregon Community College and downtown, home to the largest nightclub venues. Midtown Ballroom at 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave. can hold 900 patrons, while Liquid Lounge at 70 N.W. Newport Ave. is rated for 700. "We have inspection

priorities (for) fire inspections from the beginning of the year," the deputy marshal said. "But we're bumping up the bars and nightclubs to a higher priority to do them this month." SeeClubs/A5

Amber Alert comesto your cellphone By Tami Abdollah The Associated Press

The next time a child is abducted near you, your cellphone may shriek to life with an alert message. A new national Amber Alert system officially rolled out earlier this month to millions of cellphones, and because the alerts are automati-

cally active on most newer phones, the messages have already taken tens of thousands

of people by surprise. The newly expanded emergency alert system is an effort by FEMAto updatethe way it reaches people with new technologies, but some officials worry the lack of public education and some initial stumbles

may undermine the program's purpose, especially when people are startled and annoyed and choose to opt out. Lisa Rott was jolted from her sleep at 1:44 a.m. earlier this month in her Sarasota, Fla., home. A high-pitched tone sounded in spurts for about 10 seconds while her phone buzzed multiple times.

Initially Rott, 50, was worried something had happened to her elderly mother. Then she saw the message: "Emergency Alert: Amber Alert. An Amber Alert has been issued in your area. Please check local media." "I thought it was spam," Rott said. SeeAmber IA5

The new national Amber Alert system has

sent messages to cellphones in a dozen states, including Oregon. The Associated Press

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subject to financial penalties. The administration on Friday proposed a complicated arrangement to finance contraceptive coverage for employees of religious organizations that serve as their own insurers. The federal government would requirehealth insurance companies to defray the cost indirectly, by pay-

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Mandatory coverage The new health care law generally requires employers to provide women with coverage at no cost for "preventive care and screenings." Under this provision, the administration says that most health plans must cover contraceptives for women free of charge. Specifically, the administration says, employers must cover sterilization and the full range of contraceptive methods approved by the Food and Drug Administration, including emergency contraceptive pills, like those known as Ella and Plan B One-Step. Employers who do not provide such coverage will be

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special election to replaceJohnKerry, whowas sworn in Friday assecretary of state. "I was not at all certain that a third Senate campaign in less than four years, and the prospect of returning to a

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ChiI tO leaVe —Energy Secretary Steven Chu said he is leaving the Obama administration, end-

ing a tenure marked byactive development of alternative energy that won plaudits from environmentalists and drew attacks from conservatives, laureate in physics, said he planned to stay at least

through late February. Potential replacements include former North Dakota Sen. Byron Dorgan, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm and for-

mer Washington Gov.Christine Gregoire.

Secret Service retirement —Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan announced his retirement Friday, bringing to a close a turbulent period for the law enforcement agency that included a

South American prostitution scandal and apair of White House gate-crashers. Sullivan spent seven

years in the post. Aladama adduCtiOn —Authorities have released aphoto of a manthey say killed aschool bus driver andabducted a 5-yearold boy before taking refuge in an underground bunker in Midland

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It's Saturday, Feb. 2, the 33rd day of 2013. There are 332 days left in the year.

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AWardS —KelseyGrammer hosts the 65th annual Directors Guild Awards, where Steven Spielberg, Kathryn Bigelow and Ben Affleck battle for the title of best film director.

A giant burst of cosmic energy hit the Earth about 1,200 years ago, two astronomers theorize in a

Holiday —It's Groundhog

new report — and while some are skeptical of their findings, elemental changes in the Earth itself lend

Day. Will the little rodent predict six more weeks of winter?

credence to their findings.

All-Star Saturday — The

By Phil Plait

NBA begins its All-Star week-

Slate

end in NewYork with a team

The Earth may have been hit by a gamma-ray burst, a violent cosmic blast of energy, about 1,200 years ago, according to a report in Oxford Journals. T hough th e r e p ort w a s g reeted with s k epticim b y some, the a stronomers involved, Valeri H a m baryan and Ralph Neuhauser, make a compelling case. Here's how it

competition consisting of 3point shooting, a dunk contest

and a skills challenge. RuSSia —Public ceremonies will commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad, a turning point in

the war against NaziGermany.

HISTORY Highlight:In 1913, New York City's rebuilt Grand Central Terminal officially opened to the public at one minute past midnight.

In1536,present-day Buenos Aires, Argentina, was founded

by Pedro deMendoza ofSpain. In 1653, New Amsterdam — now New York City — was

incorporated. In1848, the Treaty of

Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending the Mexican-American War, was

signed. In1870, the "Cardiff Giant,"

supposedlythe petrified remains of a human discovered in Cardiff, N.Y., was

revealed to benothing more than carved gypsum. In 1882, Irish poet and novelist

James Joycewas born near Dublin. In1887, Punxsutawney, Pa.,

held its first Groundhog Day festival. In 1912, Frederick Law parachuted from the torch of the Statue of Liberty in a stunt filmed by Pathe News.

In1922,the JamesJoyce novel "Ulysses"waspublished in Paris on Joyce's 40th birthday. In1943, the remainder of Nazi forces from the Battle of Stalingrad surrendered in a major victory for the Soviets in World War II.

In1961,hijackers of a Portuguese ocean liner, the Santa Maria, allowed the

passengers and crewto disembark in Brazil, a week and a half after seizing the

ship. In1971, Idi Amin, having

seized power in Uganda, proclaimed himself president. In1988, in a speech the broadcast television networks

declined to carry live, President Ronald Reagan pressed his case for aid to the

By Mary Clare Jalonick The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Good-

bye candy bars and sugary

An analysis of J apanese trees indicates asharp increase in their carbon-14 to carbon-12 ratio in the past. Using the tree rings as a guide, this occurred in the years 774-775 AD. What does this mean'? Most of the carbon around us is th e c arbon-12 flavor: Each atom has six p rotons and six neutrons in its nucleus. There's a different kind of carbon, called carbon-14, which has, instead, eight neutrons and six protons. Carbon-14 is radioactive and decays into nitrogen over time. The fact that there's any carbon-14 on Earth means it must be made continuously to resupply the atoms that go away, and this is done by cosmic rays hitting nitrogen in our atmosphere. T his j us t b a l ances t h e amount that decays — think of it like a sink where you run the tap at the right amount to balance the water that drains away. The water level in the sink remains steady. So we e xpect a c e r tain a mount o f ca r b on-14 a l l around us. The Japanese trees have a sharp spike in them, about 10 times as much as usual. This also corresponds in time with a rise of carbon-14 seen in American and European trees, though the exact date is harder to pin down. It's as if that sink you have suddenly has 10 times as much water in it. That water had to come from somewhere. N ot only that, but at t h e s ame time, s omething i n creased the amount of beryllium-10 (another radioactive element) in Antarctic ice by about 10 percent. That's enough to be significant as well. What can make these big changes in elements all over the globe at the same time? The best way to affect the whole Earth at the same time is to have something occur in space. It would take an ex-

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A gamma-ray burst, a cosmic explosion announcing the birth of a black hole, is shown in an artist's rendition. The Earth may have been hit by such a burst about1,200 years ago, researchers say. tremely energetic cosmic catastrophe to do it, something that could dump a lot of energy into Earth's atmosphere. There are a few different things that could do this: a giant solar flare, a nearby star exploding or a gamma-ray burst. A solar flare is unlikely; the energy needed to create the carbon-14 detected would be 20 times larger than any solar flare ever seen. That's possible, but the odds are pretty slim. A nearby exploding star, or supernova, is almost certainly not the culprit. To generate the energy needed to create the carbon and beryllium seen, it would have to have been less than 1,000 light years away. T hat would've made i t s o bright it would've been visible in daylight. Also, no 1,200year-old supernova remnant h as been detected, and i t would be incredibly obvious if it existed. The astronomers studying this even looked at a magnetar flare, but it would've been only 100 light years away or so to do the deed, and anything thatclose would've been seen a long time ago. That leaves a gamma-ray burst.

sive star to explode at the end of its life. The core collapses to form a black hole, and the forces involved send out two colossal beams of energy into space. If they're pointed our way, we see a flash of high-en-

ergy gamma rays. In this case, this kind of GRB was ruled out due to the ratio of the carbon and beryllium detected — had it been this flavor of GRB, the ratio of carbon to beryllium created would've been much l ower than what was seen. There is another kind of GRB, though: the merger of two neutron stars. Imagine two massive stars orbiting each other. One ends its life as a supernova. The core collapses, but doesn't have the oomph needed tomake a black hole. Instead, it forms a neutron star, an incredibly dense ball of neutrons afew kilometers across but with the mass of the sun. Then, sometime later, the second star explodes and also forms a neutron star. The two compact and incredibly dense objects orbit each other, and over time, the orbit decays. The two neutron stars get closer, until, eventually, they get so closethey merge. The gravity of either star is a billion times that of Earth, so when they merge, it's a fiercely violent event. There's a huge explosion, and again you get those twin beams of energy blasting out.

Bornfrom a black hole A gamma-ray burst (GRB) happens when a black hole is born. There are several ways this can occur; the most common is for an extremely mas-

continued for pieces of the disintegrated during re-entry over Texas, killing all seven

astronauts. Five years ago: A gunman killed five women at aLane Bryant store in Tinley Park, III., in an apparent botched

robbery attempt (the case remains unsolved). Oneyear ago:Egyptian security forces clashed with

stone-throwing protesters enraged by the failure of police to prevent a soccer riot that

killed 74 people.

BIRTHDAYS Actress Elaine Stritch is 88. Actor Robert Mandan is 81. Comedian Tom Smothers is 76.

Rock singer-guitarist Graham Nash is 71. Actor Bo Hopkins is 71. Television executive Barry

Diller is 71. TVchef InaGarten is 65. Actor Jack McGee is 64. Actor Brent Spiner is 64.

Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, is 61. Model Christie Brinkley is 59. Actor Michael Talbott

is 58. Actress KimZimmer is 58. Actor Michael T. Weiss is 51. Actor-comedian Adam

Ferrara is 47.Actress Jennifer Westfeldt is 43. — From wire reports

cookies. Hello baked chips and diet sodas. The government for the first time is proposingbroad new standards to make sure all foods sold in schools are more healthful, a change that would ban the sale of almost all candy, high-calorie sports drinks and greasy foods on campus. Under new rules the Department o f A g r i culture proposed Friday, school vending machines would start selling water, lowercalorie sports drinks, diet sodas and b a ked c h ips instead. Lunchrooms that now sell fatty "a la carte" items like mozzarella sticks and nachos would have to switch to healthier pizzas, low-fat hamburgers, fruit

goes:

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L OS ANGELES — T h e church files are filled with outrage,painandconfusion. There arehandwrittennotesfromdistraughtmothers,accountsoffuriousphone calls frombrothers and perplexed inquiries from the police following up on allegationsofpriestssexuallyabusingchildren.Overfourdecades, particularly u nder C a rdinal Roger Mahony, parishioners in the nation's largest Roman Catholicarchdioceserepeatedly tried to alert church authorities about abusive priests in their midst, trusting that the church wouldrespondappropriately. But the internal personnel files on 124priests releasedby the archdiocese under court order on Thursday reveal a very differentresponse: how church officials initiallydisbelieved them and grew increasingly alarmed over the years, only as multiple victims of the samepriest came forward and reported similar experiences. Even then, i n s ome cases, priests were shuttled out of state or out of the country to avoid criminalinvestigations. A sampling of the 12,000

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pages suggests that Mahony and other top church officials dealt with the accusations of abuseregularlyandintimately throughout the last several decades. It often took years to even reach the realization that a priest could no longer simply be sent to a rehabilitation centerand instead must be removed from ministry or even defrocked. In one case, the Rev. Jose Ugarte was accused by a phy-

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cies, practices or procedures in dealing with the problem of clergy sexual misconduct involving minors." Church experts agreed that it was the first time a bishop has publicly condemned another bishop's failures in the abuse scandal, which has occupied the American bishops fornearly three decades. They also said Gomez had gone as far as he could under the church's canon laws to discipline Mahony. He could not, they said, take away his authority to celebrate Mass, but hedidorderhimnot topreside atconfirmations, aceremonial role that often keeps retired archbishopsinthepubliceye.

The documents TheLosAngeleschurchfiles arenotunlikeotherdocuments unearthedinthechurch'slongrunning abuse scandal in the United States, but it appears to bethelargestcache. In 1977,the mother of a 10year-old boy wrote to Monsignor John Rawdensaying that George Miller, then a priest at parish in Pacoima, had taken her son on a fishing trip and molested him. Th e a ccusation was notedin Miller's files, but he denied the charges and was presumed to be innocent. Then in 1989 another pastor complained that Miller violated church policy by repeat-

he would have never been admittedtotheseminary." The documents also hint at the disillusionment on the part of church officials as they eventuallyrealizedthatpriests who had denied any allegations of abuse were eventually revealed asrepeatviolators. In the case of Carlos Rodriguez, then a priest downtown, LosAngelesPoliceDepartment investigators called church officials to ask about a report that the priest took two teenage boys to the Grand Canyon and fondled one boy's groin. According to the files, Curry had already writtento Mahony about the allegation. Thepolice said that when they called the church to speak with Rodriguez,thepersonwhoanswered thephonerespondedbysaying, "Oh no, they reported it," referringtotheboy'sfamily. In2004, Rodriguez was sentenced to eight years in prison for molesting two brothers in the early 1990s, years after he wastransferredbecauseofthe earlier allegations. Many of the victims said the release of the files felt like a vindication of sorts because they showed repeated abuse by the priests that church officialshad often denied. "I wasn't lying, I wasn't embellishing, I wasn't making it up," said Esther Miller, 54, a mother of two who said she was abused by Michael Nocita, a priest, when she was in high school."It shows the pattern of complicity. It showsthe cover-up."

wider sentencing range for certain Measure 57 crimes. Continuedfrom A1 Changes would not apply to Blanton said trying to re- thosealreadyinthe system. "You have to understand," duce recidivism and funnel money into community corHensleysaid."Peoplegot tired rections at the county level, of being victimized, by the whichis oneof theproposals, same people. We see it in our is laudablebutrisky. county all the time. There is a "I've been in the business coregroupofpeople.Wecatch of trying to predict human them. They go to court. They behavior for 30 years," he get back out. We catch them said."Youcanhopeyoudon't again. Because they keep vichave an increase in the size timizingmorepeople of the inmate population, but Hensley is also suspicious it will have to be a person a of the notion the state would lot smarter than me to figure funnel more money tocounitout." ties t o b o ost c o mmunity Crook County Sheriff Jim c orrection p rograms. T h e Hensley said he is no fan of county is already struggling theproposaltorelaxsentenc- with overcrowding and is reing fornonviolentoffenders. leasing inmates serving time The report also r ecom- for parole violations simply mends changing the sentenc- because there isn't enough ing restrictions created by room and money to house Measure 57, which set man- them, he said. "Idon't trust thestate is godatory minimums for repeat property and drug offenses. ing to give us the money we The Public Safety Commis- need to be able to meet the sion urged giving judges a needs of what they are talk-

ing about,"Hensleysaid. Evenifitdid,hequestioned how long would it last before funds dwindled and counties wereleft onthehook. Maybeitwouldwork,Hensley said, if the counties could "send the state a bill" when it needed to rent more jail beds becauseoffenders weren'tbeingsent tostateprisons. Jefferson County Sheriff Jim Adkins echoed his colleagues'sentiments. "They w il l b e p u s hing more on the counties and that's scary. ... We're already overcrowded,"he said. And in Madras, where the medium-security portion of a state prison sits empty, Adkins said it's hard to know that counties are releasing prisonerswhen astateprison has been indefinitely mothballedjustmiles away. "Isn't i t i n t eresting," he said.

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to increased suicide among new veterans. Somewhat s u r p risingly, the study confirmed an estimate first reported in 2008 that 18 veterans commit suicide each day. That figure had been viewed skeptically by many experts because it was not based on detailed data. But the new, more comprehensive data resulted in the same estimate. Still,"there is aperception that we have a veterans' suicide epidemic on our hands. I don't think that is t rue," said Robert Bossarte, an epidemiologist withthe VAwho didthe study. Bossarte said much work remains to be done to understand the data, especially concerning the suicide risk among Iraq and A f ghanistan wa r v e t erans. They constitute a minority of an overall veteran population that skews older, but recent studies have suggested that those who served in recent conflicts are 30 percent to 200 percent more likely to commit suicide than their nonveteranpeers.

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growing concerns about veteran suicide, the department asked everystateto provide data on veterans. The new report is based o n a d atabase built f r o m information on more than 147,000 suicides in 21 states, a large enough number to develop accurate estimates for the entire veteran population, department officials said. Kemp added that the department now had d ata from 40 states and tentative agreements to receive information from the remaining 10. Among the report's other important findings was that male veterans who commit suicide tend to be older than nonveteran male s uicides, with the largest number of veterans' suicides occurring among men between 50 and 59. Kemp said the department intended to i ncrease outreachto that age group. At the same time, the new data suggested that veterans younger than 30are committing suicide in smaller numbers than their nonveteran peers. That would seem to contradict theories that the recentwarshavecontributed

Continuedfrom A1 Kemp said the fact that v eterans accounted fo r a s maller percentage of t h e nation's suicides suggested that improved outreach and suicideprevention programs might have had an effect. But other e x perts s aid that for a variety of reasons — including many veterans having accessto health care through the departmentthe suicide rate for veterans should be much lower than itis. "This remains a c r i sis," said Paul Sullivan, a founder of Veterans for C o mmon Sense. The new report does not provide a suicide rate for veterans, because the department is still refining that number, Kemp said. But she acknowledged that the rate is higher than for the general population, which is 12.4suicidesper 100,000people. Past reports o n s u icide among veterans have been based on data collected by the f e d eral go v e rnment from only about a third of the states. But because of

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Continued from A1 Because her cellphone has a New Jersey number, Rott, who works for AT&T as a p r o cess engineer, wasn't sure exactly where the alert originated. The next morning Rott searched online for both New Jersey and Florida incidents yielding one likely possibilityhours away from her home. "What are we supposed to do?" Roth said. "They're not telling us what to do; they're not even telling us what to look for in our area." Dozens of people have similarly taken to Facebook and Twitter to c omment on being startled awake, scared by their phone's activity, and frustrated by the lack of information. FEMA officials said they are aware of the confusion the Amber A l erts h ave caused and are working with the U.S. Department of Justice to include more i nformation i n t h e t e x t messages. "There's a very delicate balance between how much is enough and how much (alerting) is too much," said Damon Penn, who oversees the FEMA emergency alerts system. "The big concern is overalerting, and that's what we're focused on." The a gency r e q uires people sending the alerts to be trained and to ensure that the alerts meet specific criteria. But officials are still working on trying to determine whether an alert should be sent out in the middle of the night, what information to provide, and how best to use the system, Penn said. "My biggest concern is that people, if they don't understand what it means ... will opt out of the program," said Bob Hoever, a director at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. "And it's critical that we continue to have their participation." The organization activates the messages seen on billboards and now cellphones once officials tell them an Amber Alert is necessary. Since the program's inception in 1996, Hoever said Amber Alerts have helped officials safely return at least 602 children.

Continued from A1 He said some owners and managers heard of the Brazil fire and called, asking for inspections. The department also conducts four annual nighttime inspections when the bars and clubs are at their busiest, usually around holidays like St. Patrick's Day or Halloween, with visits announced and unannounced. "We can look during the day all you want, but you need to look at them when they're full of people to see how they're actually operating," Derlacki said. Brazilian police faulted a single exit with an obstruction as a contributing factor to so many deaths in the Sunday nightclub fire, according to the Reuters news service. Th e f i r e s t a r ted with p y r otechnics unsuitable for indoor use but emp loyed nonetheless by the band performing that night, along with a h i ghly f l am-

The new system So far, 19 Amber Alerts have been issued under this new system in 14 states including Oregon and Washington, according to figures kept by the National Center for Missing & E x p loited Children. No message has yet been issued in California, "but we're going to be receiving the phone calls when this goes off," said California Highway Patrol Capt. Greg Ferrero, California'sAmber Alert coordinator. Ferrero said he's seen the stir caused by the alerts when they caught people off guard in Texas, where four have already been issued. He said FEMA needs to tell the public about the s ystem and has sent i n suggestions to improve the program, such as providing people with details like the license plate or where the abduction occurred. Timothy Griffin, a professor of criminal justice at University of Nevada, Reno, has studied Amber Alerts for the last eight years. He said he favors an Amber Alert system that's more targeted, but his research also questions whether the system's effectiveness has been oversold. "Amber Alerts, in most cases, make n o d i f f erence whatsoever," Griffin said. "Even when you look at ones where Amber Alerts make a difference, it doesn't happen fast, within that crucial three-hour difference" that the alerts are supposed to target. But he said he's hoping this system will prove him wrong. In Los Angeles, police Detective K evi n C o f f ey trained local law enforcement officers on the alerts last week and found most were surprised by the new reach they already have. "We've never had this ability," he said. "We're going to have instantaneous c onnectivity w i t h e v e r y person with a c e llphone within our county" — and potentially across county lines, statewide.

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But he said he was "less enthusiastic" about male couples Continued from A1 as parents. "Two mothers seem to me On Sunday, the philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy w a x ed better than two fathers," he poetic onstage, warning of the said. "A child without a moth"black tide of homophobia." er, that's a bit sad." LilianThuram, the soccer hero who played on France's World Frenchmarriage trends Cup-winning 1998 team, said The campaign for legalizing he was supportive "because same-sex marriage comes as my grandfather was discrimi- the appeal of traditional hetnated against because he is erosexual marriage is waning. black and my grandmother beThe sanctity of m a r riage cause she is a woman." Manuel w as shaken forever by t h e Valls, the i nterior m i nister, social and sexual revolution opened his remarks with a let- of May 1968 that promoted ter ofsupport from the presi- equal rights between men and dent of Argentina, which he women and freedom from the read in C atalonian-accented tyranny of bourgeois instituSpanish, his mother tongue. tions. That was especially true Comedy and singing rouof institutions with strong ties tines were performed. Texts to religion — like marriage. "AfterMay '68, if you were by famous French intellectuals (Michel Foucault, Margue- modern, you didn't get marrite Duras) were read aloud. ried," said Frederic Martel, orIt was all part of the country's ganizer of the Rond-Point event reaction to a p r oposed law and author of the new book, that would allow gay couples "Global Gay: How the Gay Revto marry and adopt children, olution is Changing the World." a measure that has prompted "Now we're at a moment when mass demonstrations and long we are all a bit hysterical about discussions in the news media. marriage — gay marriage. But On Tuesday, the National As- this is really a conservative sembly opened adebate on the movement, about stability in proposed law that is expected society and being good parents to last more than two weeks. and protecting children and be"Personally," Berge s aid, coming rather ordinary." "I don't like the word 'marSeventy percent o f th e riage.' I'd like it replaced in the French do not think it is imporcivil code with the words 'civil tant for couples living together union.' If people want a 'mar- to get married, according to an riage,' they can have it — in a Insee poll in 2012. Fewer than religious setting." four marriages for every 1,000 And marriage, he said, had citizens were performed in not been a burning personal France in 2011, compared with issue for him. "I'm 82. And at nearly eight in 1970. my age, I'm not going to get The civil solidarity pact legmarried." (He and Saint Lau- islation, which was intended rent had been joined in a civil to give gay couples many of solidarity pact, an i n itiative the rights of m arriage, has created in 1999 that offers been used overwhelmingly by couples regardless of sexual straight couples as a kind of "marriage light." It is so popuorientation some but not all of the rights of marriage.) lar as an alternative to marriage that in 2010 there were Loud and personal four civil unions for every five At times, the debate has marriages. gotten personal. When ValHollande, who made paserie Trierweiler, the partner sage of the same-sex law a of France's president,Francois campaign promise, is a model Hollande, announced that if for unmarrieds. He never marthe law came into effect she ried Segolene Royal, the mothwould attend th e w e dding er of his four children; she of two gay friends, Bernard called herself "a free women" Debre, a center-right deputy, and marriage a "bourgeois inwrote on his blog that she had stitution" when she ran unsucno right to enter the debate. cessfully for president in 2007. "She's just the mistress of the There is no indication that he French president," he said. intends to marry Trierweiler. Undeterred, she turned up at Carla Bruni, the singer and Rond-Point to add her support. ex-model who became the "This was one of the prom- third wife of Nicolas Sarkozy isesof Francois Hollande," she when he was president, has told reporters. "I defend his urged France's first couple proposals." to do the conventional thing E lle magazine made the and marry. In an i nterview same-sex marriage m a tter with Elle in October, she said, chic with a Jan. 18 cover fea- "I think it is simpler to be the turing two longhaired young legitimate wife of the head of women in white joined in a state rather than his partner," chaste embrace. The 30-plus- adding, "I felt a real easing of page special report was bol- the generalconcern about me stered by f u ll-page ads for when I married Nicolas." diamond rings by houses like W hile 63 percent of t h e Buccellati and Chaumet and French favor same-sex mar10 pages of bridal outfits. riage, according to a poll by Karl Lagerfeld, meanwhile, the French Institute of Pubended his haute couture show lic Opinion released Feb. 26, for Chanel a few days later with 49 percentfavor the right of two brides (the Vogue cover same-sex married couples to girl Kati Nescher and a fellow adopt.There islesssupport for model, Ashleigh Good) holding legalizing artificially induced hands and wearing identical pregnancies for gay couples. gowns. Their eyes were made And some liberals and femiup heavily in black. nists consider surrogate mothL agerfeld's v i ew s ha v e erhood an exploitation of poor evolved. In 2010 he told Vice working women by the rich. "It introduces the notion of magazine he was opposed to same-sex marriage. the child as merchandise," the "I'm against it for a v ery historian Max Gallo said on simple reason: In the '60s they France Culture radio last Sunall said we had the right to the day. "You rent a belly and buy difference," he said. "And now, the product." suddenly, they want a bourSome f e minist l e s bians geois life." think a change in the law is A sked byreporters after his retrograde. In Elle, the historecent show if his use of les- rian M arie- Josephe Bonnet bian couture was a sign of sup- called marriage an " instruport for gay marriage, Lager- m ent o f d o m i nation" a n d feld replied, r Of course it was." same-sex marriage a project He added, "I don't even under- of gay men, not lesbians. "We want to be able to exist stand the debate." He pointed to the 1905 law that separates socially as women, without bechurch and state in France. ing a mother or 'the wife of,'" "Why can't people who live she said. Asked why she didn't togetherhave the same secu- mobilize lesbians against the rity as bourgeois marrieds?" law, she said, "No one can be he asked. opposed to equality."

Be safe; deaware Bend Deputy Fire Marshal DanDerlacki offered tips to bar and nightclub patrons who find themselves in crowded venues: • Take a few seconds and locate all available exits. Locate the closest exit. Is it blocked? Register a complaint if you find exits blocked, chained or not clearly marked.

• Assess your surroundings. Do you feel safe? Doesthe building appear overcrowded? Arethere fire sources like candles, pyrotechnics, cigars or cigarettes that make you feel

unsafe? Venues of 5,000 square feet or more require sprinkler systems. Most commercial venues require analarm system. Ask the manager for clarification. Leave if you feel unsafe.

• React immediately in an emergency. If an alarm sounds or you see smoke, fire or other unusual circumstances, leave immediately in an orderly fashion. Use the nearest exit. Remember, lights may be out.

• In an emergency, stay out. Let emergency personnel conduct rescues. • Report unsafe conditions to the Bend Fire Department at 541-322-6309.

"Most of our clubs wouldn't even think about

(pyrotechnics), butinformation is going out so everybody knows the same rules." — Deputy Fire Marshal Dan Derlacki

mable foam soundproofing that produced a toxic gas fire discovered similar foam when it burned, according to s oundproof batting i n a t reports. least one club in town, and Ten years ago, a similar the owners quickly removed f ire burned t h r ough T h e it. The department does not Station, a nightclub in West grant permits for indoor pyWarwick, R.I., killing 100 rotechnic displays, he said. " Most o f ou r club s patrons and injuring approximately 200. A band playing wouldn't even think about for a crowd of 450 employed it, but information is going pyrotechnics for special ef- out so everybody knows the fects. The pyrotechnics igsame rules," he said. nited the foam insulation on T he d epartment w r o t e the ceiling and wall near the each bar and club owner in band, according to the U.S. 2003 explaining p o tential Fire Administration. hazards and outlining fire A n investigation by t h e code regulations, Derlacki National Institute of Stansaid. Similar letters are godards and Technology found ing out this week. that "strict adherence to the Midtown Ballroom Man2003 model codes available a ger Jim D i ckey said i n at the time of the fire could spectors have pointed out h ave helped p r event t h e minor problems like holes tragedy." in drywall. And he knows D erlacki said T h e S t a - to keep exits in the building tion fire proved a landmark clear. Dickey said he's tried event in terms of fire code to make the ballroom a more enforcement in Bend. A bat- open space and installed extery of inspections after that tra lights that illuminate if

the power goes out. "That's a huge part of getting out of a building," he said. But he's fielded no inquiries from club patrons about s afety at M i dtown i n t h e wake of the Brazil fire. "I haven't actually, really, had any," he said Friday. The F i r e De p a r tment rarely cites business owners for violating fire codes, preferring instead to work with them to a d dress hazards. Derlacki said he'd rather a club owner spend the money fixing an unsafe condition than paying a fine. "The business o w ners make money by being in b usiness. I f t h e y 'r e s h ut down by a fire or emergency or an >nstance >n wh>ch people don't feel safe, it hurts their business. So they have an incentive to stay safe," he said. "They don't want to be that place that causes injury or death."

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BRIEFING

Police seek abuse victims Bend police are seeking potential victirns in its investigation of a

78-year-old manwho is charged with sexually abusing a fernale child.

Bend resident George L. Ellis Sr. was arrested

Jan. 12, accusedof sexually abusing a girl between October and

December 2012, police said Friday. Ellis is charged with

two counts of sexual abuse, and onecount of unlawful sexual penetra-

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Lan -use extension set to ex ire • fnvestors in planned subdivisions could losedevelopment rights By Hillary Borrud The Bulletin

In 2006, developers ertvisioned a brand new subdivision on the southeast corner of Brosterhous and Murphy roads. The 31-acre parcel was home to Juniper Hills Mobile Home Park when a company called Hidden Hills Bend LLC bought the property for $16.1 million in 2006. The developer plarmed to build

161 new homes, artd sell them for $300,000 to $700,000. The mobile home park residents were evicted. Fast-forward seven years. The property changed hands a couple of times, starting when Hidden Hills Bend LLC handed the property deed back to the bank in 2008 rather than go through foreclosure,according to the Deschutes County Clerk's Office. Since 2009, the property has

been owned by a new group of investors that paid $800,000, according to the county Assessor's Off ice. Thanks to extensions granted by Bend officials, the current owners of the proposed Hidden Hills subdivision still have the right to build the homes planned in 2006. That could change in M arch, however, ifcity officials do not reauthorize the

extension program. The City Council has already authorizedthe extension program twice, in 2009 and 2011, Andy High, vice president forgovernment affairsatthe Central Oregon Builders Association, said that unless the city reauthorizes the extension program, Iand-use approvals for 420 residential lots could soon expire. The first subdivision to lose its development rights would be Hidden Hills, in April, he said. See Land use /B5

BRIEFING

Sheriff joins online crirnemaps The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office has joinedits counter-

parts on the Bendand Redmond police depart-

ments and moved its crime data online. The sheriff's office partnered with BAIR

Analytics lnc. to create an online crime map called RAIDS Online

(www.raidsonline. com) that mapsand analyzes crime data, alerts citizens to crirnes in their area and allows the Sheriff's Office to alert the public about

tion, according to court

records. During the investiga-

crirnes as they occur,

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tion, police said, investigators discovered Ellis

the sheriff's office an-

nounced Friday.

frequented the Romaine Village Parkand pool. Ellis didn't meet or abuse the victim tied to his initial arrest at that

County residents can

view a mapand grid the sheriff's office said tracks all of the crime

in their area, signup for an automatic emaiI

location, police said. He is in custody at the Deschutes County Jail, with bond setat

breakdown of recent crime activity or subrnit

anonymoustipsabout

$ I00,000.

crime directly to law en-

forcement, according to

His next court date

is a plea hearing scheduled Tuesday.

the Sheriff's Office. "RAIDS Online automatically syncs with the Sheriff's Office's

People with information about Ellis can contact Bend Police Sgt. Nick Parker at 541-3226362.

records system to keep crime information updated online and in the rnobile app. RAIDS

Sheriff's office seeks gunman

Online cleansandgeocodes the crime data, then displays all of the

Deschutes County

incidents on a map,grid and analytics dashboard

Sheriff's Office deputies

are searching for suspects in a shooting that took place early Friday morning on Bend's east side.

along with some basic information about the

incidents, including the type of crime, location type, block-level ad-

The Deschutes County dispatch received a

dress, date andtime,"

report of shots fired into a residence onBunch Grass Place around 4:20

a.m. A later investigation revealed a vehicle at the residence had been

vandalized just before

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Dancers Heide Camarats, 17, from left, Ellysa Lindenmaier, 15,Ruby Ladkin, 15, Nicolette Cook, 15,and Joann Carbo (in mirror), 12, rehearse a competition dance on Friday at Gotta Dance! Studio and Company in Bend. The dancers will perform the routine for the Central Oregon's Got Talent contest at the Tower Theater on March 9. The audition deadline for the program has been extended to 5 p.m. Feb. 5. Audition forms are available at www.bendparksandrec.org, and applicants need to include an audition tape.

multiple shots were fired into the second-

according to the sheriff's office. RAIDS Online will also be avaifable on the Sheriff's Office website

http://sheriff.deschutes. org in the Quick Links box. — From staff reports

story living room. The occupants of the

house wereasleep at the time of the shooting and no one wasinjured. A small dark colored

sedan wasseenleaving the area just before sheriff's deputies ar-

rived. Anyone with information about the incident should call the Sheriff's Office at 541693-6911.

IB informational session Tuesday An informational session about Bend High

School's International Baccalaureate Diploma Prograrn will be held

Tuesday at 7 p.m. The session will be held at the Bend-La

Pine Schools Education Center at 520 N.W. Wall Street, and will

offer prospective stu-

Culver schoolsconsidering bondfor Mayballot By Ben Botkin The Bulletin

Culver School District Superintendent Stefarde Garber has a skill that comes in handy: resetting circuit breakers at the district's elementary school after they trip. It's one example, she said, of the needs in schools that

have prompted the district to explore the possibility of asking voters to approve a bond, In January, the district assembled a28-member advisory committee of parents, community members and staff. The committee is charged with reviewing the district's facilities needs and

package of the needs and costs. 'We walkedevery inch of the district," Garber said. Among the needs: upgraded electrical systems, of course, along with new boilers and

replacing a couple of elementary school wings with a new corridor. See Culver /B5

Commissionerssay Some unusual repairs no to fee waiver for private park PHOTO STORY INSIDE

dents and their parents information about the

By Sheila G. Miller The Bulletin

diploma program.

The Deschutes County Board of Commissioners declined Wednesday to waive a fee for a man who wants to create a private park that would host commercial

— From staff reports

STATE NEWS

weddings. John Shepherd, owner of 215 acres northeast of Sisters, asked the county to waive more than $8,000 in application fees. Shepherd's property does not qualify for a limited-use permit that would allow him to host commercial events, so he is instead considering creating a 2-acre private park on his land.

• Easfern Oregon: Ranchers close to voluntary conservation agreement on sage grouse. • Salem:Organization

Shepherd's been trying

helps the blind adapt.

• Elsewhere: Police arrest man accusedof throwing rock off of

overpass and more. Stories on B3, B6

making a recommendation to the school board in March. If the committee recommends and the board approves a bond request, voters could see it on the ballot in May. Garber said. The committee recently toured school facilities. The next steps include presenting a

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to get his wedding venue authorized for about four years. His latest attempt is to create a private park, but it's risky. Private parks are not defined in state law, and the Land Use Board of Appeals has not ruled on an application related to private parks, so the county can proceed as it sees fit. Deschutes County

denied an application in 1991 that sought to create a private park for use as a commercialwedding venue. In other counties, including Benton, Crook and Douglas counties, private parks have been approved for such a use. County Planning Director Nick Lelack said the question of whe(her a private park can serve as a commercial wedding venue issue has no answer. "None of these issues have been elevated or appealed to the state level, so the state hasn't taken thern up," he said. "I fully expect any decision the county makes will be appealed, so there's certainly a risk element to

(Shepherd's) application." For example, the commissioners could approve Shepherd's private park application, buf if the decision was approved and the Land Use Board of Appeals reversed the county decision, Shepherd would be back where he started four years ago. See Waiver /B5

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andy Graves, band instrument repair technician, and Peter Heithoff, a luthier who repairs stringed instruments, have owned and operated Bend Instrument Repair Inc. since 2001. Both are formally trained musicians, but today they focus their talent on keeping Central Oregonians playing in tune. The pair specialize in repairing band and stringed instruments, as well as taking in percussion and electronic amplification systems that they contract out for repair. It is the only dedicated musical instrument repair shop with a public storefront in Central Oregon.

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Ranchers hopevoluntary conservation plan staves off sagegrouse listing

AROUND THE STATE Arrest made iu rock throwing —OregonState Police saya 19-year-old Sutherlin man has been accused of throwing a rock from

an Interstate 5 overpass, breaking aUniversity of Oregon athlete's jaw. Distance runner 20-year-old Molly Grabill of Poway, Calif., was driving the car near Rice Hill in Douglas County on Nov. 26 when a rock de-

scribed as larger than abaseball smashed through the windshield and By Jeff Barnard

goes into effect. The Associated Press T he BL M h a s r u n i n t o GRANTS PASS — H o pt rouble for t urning a b l i n d ing to keep sage grouse from eye to sage grouse in favor of the endangered species list, ranchers.In Idaho, a federal ranchers in Eastern Oregon judge ruled last year that BLM are working on a first-in-theviolated its p r i mary r a n ge nation deal that would lay out management law by allowing voluntary steps to reduce the grazing on five allotments in harm to sage grouse on 10 Owyhee County without first million acres of federal grazassessing the harm to sage ing lands. grouse. "The livestock i n d ustry The greater sage grouse is knows this is an i mportant a large ground-dwelling bird, issue, and wants to be in posistanding up to two feet tall and tion to somewhat control our U.S. Fish and WildlifeService weighing up to seven pounds. destiny," said John O'Keefe, The U.S. Fish and Wildlife They are known for elaboa W arner V a l ley r a n cher Service has decided the sage rate mating dances at regular and sage grouse coordinator grouse deserves protection, but gathering places, called leks. for the Oregon Cattlemen's can't consider a listing until 2015. Populations have fallen 90 Association. percent in the past century, The Oregon Cattlemen's Asand habitat has declined 50 sociation was supposed to sign it worked out in two or three percent. The birds face threats the conservation agreement w eeks. Though B L M h a s from grazing, energy developlast Tuesday with th e U .S. conservation agreements for ment, wildfire, and encroachBureau ofLand Management other species, this would be ment of juniper trees. and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife the first for sage grouse, Clark As the result of a lawsuit Service in Oregon that would said. settlement, the sage grouse is "Our goal is to not have (the one ofnearly 200 species that be the first in the nation coveringsage grouse,sometimes bird) get listed," BLM biologist Fish and Wildlife has declared called the spotted owl of the Glenn Frederick said. "There deserve protection, but must range because of its potential are measures the rancher can wait their turns to be formally to forcecutbacks in grazing do above and beyond regula- considered. The sage grouse's and energy development. tory measures that can help turn comes in 2015, by which However, some r anchers the bird. That is what this is time states and federal agenasked for more time to con- about." cies hope they will have done sider details, postponing the It is anyone's guess how enough to m ak e t hat s tep signing. BLM spokesman Jeff many Oregon ranchers will unnecessary. Clark said they hope to have sign up once the agreement Details of the Oregon agree-

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ment have not been made public, but Frederick said it includes measures to keep people and livestock away from leks and nesting areas where sage grouse gather at crucial times, and to reduce the numbers of birds killed or injured from flying into wire fences by putting white plastic markers on them. Brent Fenty of the Oregon Natural Desert Association, a conservation group, said they have not been allowed to see the agreement, but hoped it

hit her in the face. Her passenger, 19-year-old Chris Brewer of Vista, Calif., also a distance runner, tried to take over the wheel, but the car

would help sage grouse.

would-be robbers: a bandanna is not acomplete disguise. An Oregon State Police spokesmansays a24-year-old man hasbeen arrested

rolled. He suffered minor injuries. TheState Police said they hadarrested Mathew McKinney after they got a tip and questioned him.

Man says IRS agent coerced sex —ALaneCounty man accuses an IRS agent of coercing him into having sex with her by threatening a tax penalty. Vincent Burroughs filed a lawsuit in federal

court in Eugenelast weeksuing the federal government and Dora Abrahamson. Abrahamson declined to comment when she was contacted Thursday by The Register-Guard. In the lawsuit Burroughs

says Abrahamson contacted him in August 2011about anaudit. He says they subsequently flirted over the phone and by text messages, and at one point she sent a photo of herself in her underwear.

Rodder's disguise incomplete, say police —Noteto

F enty added that i t w a s u nlikely to i n clude one of the most important steps for protecting the b i rd, t a king cattle off range that has been overgrazed. Last August, Fish and Wildlife issued a report spelling out how sage brush should be managed in 11 Western states to avoid listing them under the Endangered Species Act. " Federal land g r azing i s one big part of the picture for sage grouse," said Paul Henson, Oregon directorfor Fish and Wildlife. "If you get to the point of actually having to list something, it means you've failed at a d dressing those threats, if you have the opportunity to do it."

for investigation of first-degree robbery in a Tuesday evening conve-

nience store hold-up nearGrants Pass. TheOregonian reports that a Levi's Market clerk told responding troopers that a man wearing a bandannaacrosshisfaceandarmedwithahandgunhaddemanded money. Lt. Gregg Hastings says the clerk went on to say the man

was a regular customer andhad been in the store earlier that day wearing the same clothes. The only difference: the bandanna. Justin Sean Palmer was booked into the Josephine County Jail on Thursday.

Hastings says state police detectives who secured asearch warrant for Palmer's homeseized clothes, heroin and a replica pistol.

Stolen dog recovered, man charged — APortland police gang enforcement detective arrested a22-year-old man accused of taking his ex-girlfriend's pet dog. It took a little longer, but officers

also located the dog, aPomeranian namedG-Diddy. The victim told police last Saturday that Jeray Jessie broke into her house and took

several items of her personal property and her pet. Detectives found Jessie at a hospital where hewas being treated for a gunshot wound, but refusing to cooperate with officers investigating the shooting. He

was arrested Thursday on burglary and theft charges. — From wire reports

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"THE METROPOLITANOPERA: The Ridgeview High School theater SHOOKTWINS: The quirky folk p.m.; Bend Masonic Center, 1036 Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood HEYOCEAN!:The Canada-based department presents a comedy as its trio performs; $14 plus fees; 7:30 MARIA STUARDA":Starring Joyce N.E. Eighth St.; 541-977-1737. Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www. premiere performance; reservations p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall pop act performs, with Chase Elliot DiDonato, Elza van denHeever CERN PRESENTATION: A lecture cascadestheatrical.org. for Feb.14show requested; $5;7 and David Paul Gillespie; $8 plus and Matthew Polenzani in an St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www. by astronomer Bill Logan about ARCHAEOLOGYFESTFILM p.m.; Ridgeview High School, 4555 fees in advance, $10 at the door; 7:30 encore performance of Donizetti's towertheatre.org. the European Organization for SERIES:A screening of the S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541masterpiece; opera performance p.m.; The Sound Garden, 1279 N.E. Nuclear Research and the Large bestfilms from the 2011 The 504-3600. Second St., Bend; 541-633-6804 or transmitted in high definition; $18; Hadron Collider; free; noon-1 p.m.; Archaeology Channel lnternational "TWELFTH NIGHT":Cascades 6:30 p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium SATURDAY Downtown Bend Public Library,601 www.rlpheyocean.bpt.me. Film and Video Festival, including 16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Theatrical Company presents N jy. Wall St.; 541-617-7080. "The Fate of Old Beijing" and "Bitter Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. Shakespeare's comedy about Feb. 9 KNOW CLUE:CLUEING IN TO YOUR Roots"; $6; 7:30 p.m., doors open mistaken identities and merry MONDAY WORLD'S FINEST: The PortlandSENSATIONAL SATURDAY: Learn INTUITION:Learn an exercise to 7 p.m.; Central Oregon Community rogues; $24, $18seniors, $12 based reggae, funkand bluegrass about hummingbirds and discover develop the practical skill of intuition BINGO FUNDRAISER:A bingo night College, Boyle Education students; 7:30 p.m.;Greenwood act performs; free; 7 p.m.; how their body parts are designed from Karen Grace Kassy; free; 2 featuring cash prizes and auctions, McMenamins Old St. Francis School, Playhouse, 148 N.W.Greenwood for an active lifestyle; included in the Center, 2600 N.W. College Way, p.m.; East Bend Public Library, a bake sale, pizza, drinks and candy; 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www. Bend; 541-345-5538 or www. price of admission; $12 adults, $10 62080 Dean Swift Road; 541-312proceeds benefit Sisters High School 5174 or www.mcmenamins.com. cascadestheatrical.org. archaeologychannel.org. ages 65 and older, $7 ages 5-12, free 1034 or www.deschuteslibrary. athletics; $15 for11 games; 6 p.m., CELTICCROSSROADS: A stage "TWELFTH NIGHT":Cascades ages 4 and younger; 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; BEND COMMUNITY org/calendar. doors open at 5 p.m.; Sisters High music show featuring Irish singers, Theatrical Company presents HighDesertM useum, 59800 S.U.S. CONTRADANCE:Featuring caller KNOW CLUE:MURDER MOST School, 1700 W. McKinney Butte dancers and instrumentalists; $35Shakespeare's comedy about Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or Ron Bell-Roemer and music by FOUL:Deschutes Public Library Road; 541-549-4045. $55 plus fees; 7:30 p.m.; Tower mistaken identities and merry www.highdesertmuseum.org. Scottish Heart; $7; 7 p.m. beginner's librarians suggest and discuss "JOSH GROBAN: ALLTHAT Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; rogues; $24, $18seniors, $12 workshop, 7:30 p.m. dance; Boys WRITE NOW!: Brainstorm, play riveting mystery books; free; 2 p.m.; ECHOES":A film featuring Josh 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. students; 7:30 p.m.;Greenwood 8 Girls Club of Bend, 500 N.W. Wall word games and more i n a casual Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. OI'g. Groban performing hits from his Playhouse, 148 N.W.Greenwood setting, to help creative writing; St.; 541-330-8943. Deschutes Ave.; 541-312-1032 or 12-year music career and selections Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www. THE TWANGSHIFTERS:The www.deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. from his new album; $15; 7:30 Portland-based Americana act cascadestheatrical.org. CLASSICGOSPEL SONS: The p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 & performs; free; 8 p.m.; Maverick's THE HELIO SEQUENCE: The i n diegospel group performs; free; 6 IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, rockact performs, with Talkdemonic Country Bar & Grill, 20565 Brinson p.m., doors open at 5:30 p.m.; Bend Bend; 541-382-6347 or www. Blvd., Bend; 541-325-1886 or www. and All You All; $15 plus fees; 7:30 Church of the Nazarene, 1270 N.E fathomevents.com. p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.; Tower maverickscountrybar.com. 27th St.; 541-382-5496 or http:// Theatre, 835 N jy. Wall St., Bend; www.bendnaz.org/. 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. COMEDY WITHMARC YAFFEE: 0 • • 0 • • 0 TUESDAY FRIDAY org. Comedians Mark Yaffee and Myk EXCISION:The dubstep act Powell perform; $10 includes a drink; IGNITE FOOD: A series of quick "THE REDVELVETCAKEWAR": 1~ I I- 1 i I 4 I l - - " ' 6:30-9 p.m.; The Original Kayo's and energized presentations about performs, with Paper Diamond, 1t The Ridgeview High School theater U 1 • • L-r, • r r II II I s j , . :~g tu > " I ( Dinner House and Lounge, 415 N.E. the theme of food from different Vaski and Lyfe; CANCELED; 8p.m., department presents a comedy as its t II• arlr • TI Ir • s R 'i Third St., Bend; 541-323-2520. academic perspectives; followed by doors open at 7 p.m.; Midtown premiere performance; reservations a panel discussion; free; 4-5:30 p.m.; Ballroom, 51 N.W.Greenwood for Feb.14show requested; $5;7 YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL Central Oregon Community College, Ave., Bend; 541-788-2989 or www. p.m.; Ridgeview High School, 4555 OREGON:TheSingers'School, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. slipmatscience.com. S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541Premiere and Debut choirs perform a winter concert; $10; 7 p.m., doors College Way, Bend; 541-383-7786 or www.cocc.edu/. open 6:30 p.m.; Bend High School, 230 N.E. Sixth St.; 541-385-0470 or BUNCOFUNDRAISER: Play bunco, e~ www.ycco.org. with instructions; reservations Receive 20% off room rate when you bring "COUPLEDATING":Susan Benson requested; proceeds benefit this ad and donate a can of food Soroptimist International of Bend's directs the play by Cricket Daniel; 8 8 for each night of your stay. projects; $20; 6-8 p.m.; Jake's Diner, $ I8, $ l5 students and seniors; 7:30 valid sun-Thurs, Now - May 23, 2013 2210 N.E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. (Offer is nor good Mar 22-30, 2013 or with other d>scounts Food donated to Lincoln County Food Share.) Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 541-382-1753 or www.sibend.org. Yachats, Oregon or www.2ndstreettheater.com. 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discussions about what to do. ing this pretty place where we live. Already, at least one proposal floating around would f u ndamentally change the old council's water plan. It would turn to wells only, instead of the old plan to use dual source — wells and water from Bridge Creek. The old council — based on advice from city staff and othersdecided it needed to act in a way it believed minimized future risks to either water source. It went for dual source. It spread out the city's bets. That seemed the most sensible approach to us, as well. Were city officials and the consultants they hired fundamentally wrong aboutthis and more? They have not all packed up and gone away. If they were wrong, how will we be able to trust the new council's plans? Councilor Scott Ramsay expressed some skepticism at the last council meeting that "new and astounding information" about the water project would be unearthed. The only significant change may be that there are three new members of the council.

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helping problemgamblers An uncomfortable truth:

oregon's state budget benefits from the losses of problem gamblers. vices, and The Oregonian says the sponsor is Rep. Carolyn Tomei, a Democrat from Milwaukie. The newspaper says Tomei wants to add controls to lessen the misery of problem gamblers, and she's finding some support for these ideas: "I've been working on this issue for years, and this is the closest I've come to getting any kind of traction." Tomei has correctly targeted an uncomfortable truth: Oregon's state budget benefits from the losses of problem gamblers. It's also true, though, that thousands of Oregonians enjoy playing the games and don't develop any problems. And at a time of severe budget constraints, the state is not about to walk away from $1 billion per biennium. So what to do with that tension? Continue to focus on programs that help connect problem gamblers with the help they need, not on new legislation that seems unlikely to make a difference.

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I have been a gun owner all my life. I am 88 years old and a World War II veteran. I have spent many days hunting game birds and some deer. I have spent time searching the computer to find if there have been any later amendments to the Second Amendment. I have found none. The Second Amendment was proposed in 1789 by President Madison and others, and adopted by Congress in 1791, with the Bill of Rights. That means that at that time, you would have been able to have a oneshot musket loader for protection, be it pistol or rifle, possibly a boltaction rifle (I'm not sure when they came into use). Can you imagine a mentally ill person or a madman going into a shopping mall, theater, school or any public place and mowing down multiple persons with any of those guns? from this plate ($30 surcharge) go to Times have changed and we need Deschutes County child abuse pre- to change accordingly. I am sick and vention programs. tired of gun advocates and the NRA You may obtain these plates by saying over TV and any public sysapplying at a DMV office. (You tem, "You're not going to take away pay the $30 surcharge for a twomy Second Amendment rights." I don't think anybody is trying to. year registration period.) Plates are available at the time of renewal, in Think safety here! If we had strict between renewal periods or at the control over gun sales by commertime of purchase of a new car. cial dealers, gun shows and private To learn more about this program, sales, etc., so we had records of who you may c o ntact w w w .ctfo.org/ had guns and what kind, I think it kkslicenseplate. Don't delay, drive would be much safer for everyone. the message home. Change a child's No legitimate gun owner, including life by changing your license plates! myself, would object to that. Barbara Balz Cliff Shrock Bend Redmond

Kudos to The Bulletin for its recent story alerting readers about the most dangerous intersections in Bend. Your readers should know, however, that there are other locations that present high risks to drivers and pedestrians. One of the most dangerous is the last curve on Archie Briggs Road for drivers descending from Mount Washington Drive (where the River Trail crosses

Yes, you can change a child's life! Support child abuse prevention! Deschutes County sponsored a legislative bill to create a "Keep Kids Safe" license plate for all of Oregon in the last legislative session. That plate is now ready for us to put on all our vehicles. In 2011 in D eschutes County, nearly 500 children were abused or neglected. These children would fill nine school buses. We pay for child abuse with increased fostercare, juvenile crime, child welfare, special education and prison costs. The costs and pain of child abuse can be prevented. As caring and concerned citizens, we must do everything in our power to protect and nurture our community's children. The "Keep Kids Safe" license plate is a great way to do your part to help raise awareness. Proceeds

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regon's lottery p r ovides $1 billion every biennium to help pay the state's bills, but it leaves some people uneasy about its effect on problem gamblers. Three bills filed for consideration by the 2013 Legislature seek to address those concerns. Unfortunately, they're unlikely to make a meaningful difference. House Bill 2163 would require the lottery director to hire a person to give advice on mental health and addiction issues to the director and the lottery commission. House Bill 2166 would add education about gambling and drinking problems to classes for alcohol servers. And House Bill 2167 would change the lottery's stated mission, no longer requiring it to maximize revenues. It would cap the amount of revenue that can go to the general fund, and send anything over that amount to a rainy day fund. The idea of capping revenue comes from the Oregon Restaurant and L odging Association, which is interested in lessening the worry that pressure for more income from the lottery leads to actions that encourage addicts. The bills show they were filed at the request of the House Interim Committee on Human Ser-

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Does that sound like a meandering detourinto process over progress'? It is, but only so much. Yes, the council had already settled on a surface water plan. That was the old council, before the November election. Now, there is a new council with three new members.They may have followed the project's maneuvering. They still have some catching up to do. They have decisions and priorities of their own. One priority is a drive to compensate for the bogeyman — insufficient public input — often blamed for the project's spastic twists and time in the courtroom. W e're not ones to argue forless participatory government, but we don't believe lack of input was the real story. The water project decision was never only a choice between options that best guarantee water for the city's future. There was also a clash of values. The clash had more than an echo of older Bend debates about growth and how much growth should beforbidden from chang-

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In wet and icy conditions, descending cars frequently spin out of control, sometimes doing 360 degrees or more.In the past two months alone, neighbors have observed at least seven cars losing control on that curve; the actual number of incidents is undoubtedly much higher. Most of these incidents involve only one vehicle and go unreported. Eventually, there will be a heado n crash or h i k ers w il l b e h i t . There is not a great deal that transit authorities can do to reduce this danger other than to warn drivers descending that hill that they are approaching anextremely dangerous curve. Curiously, authorities have ignored requests from neighbors for such a sign. By writing to the Public Works Director, City of Bend, P.O. Box 431, Bend, OR 97701, Bulletin readers might help save a life by convincing the city to take this low-cost option. Gerald Wein Bend

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Right to bear arms must evolve with modern times By J. Andrew Hamlin mong the things Americans hold sacred are motherhood, apple pie, and th e Second Amendment! Of course we hold dear the entire Bill of Rights, but the Second Amendment is garnering the current attention. With regardtothe Second Amendment, overlooked in the discussions is the fact that when it was ratified on December 15, 1791, firearms were singleshot, muzzle or breech loaded guns, capable, depending on the dexterity of the shooter, of firing a single round every minute or so. By contrast, some current weapons can fire up to 1,000 rounds per minute. The authors of the Bill of Rights could not have conceived of our modern weapons and doubtfully would have recommended them to every household. The National Rifle A ssociation and itssupporters address the current debate by implying that the president's recommendations will

ultimately result in taking all of our precious firearms away from us. God forbid we should not be able to shoot something, or somebody. To listen to the spokespersons for the NRA, one would think t here was no difference between military style weapons and ordinary hunting rifles. They, the NRA, fail to inform us why we should need to own assault rifles with quickly changeable magazines holding numerous cartridges capable of painting an area with a spray of bullets. Rather, they inflame the discussion by averring that any restriction is equivalent to total restriction. NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre says the president wants to redefine the right of the people to bear arms. If that is the case, we should not be alarmed, for it is not without precedent. In other cases, for the greater good the courtshave found itnecessary to interpret and redefine the absolutely strict wording of the Bill of Rights

IN MY VIEW so as to apply more appropriately to a changing society. For instance, few would assert that the First Amendment's seemi ngly absolute protection of f r e e speech applies to child pornography, hate crimes or the cliched example of falsely shouting "Fire!" in a crowded auditorium. Principles trump "absolutes." The concept of arms has certainly evolved since 1791. Arms, as understood by the founding fathers with regard to personal rights when they penned the Second Amendment, may not apply to today's militarystyle weapons. By accepting the support (campaign contributions) of the NRA, a powerful lobby indeed, many of our elected lawmakers in Washington, D.C., find themselves indebted to the extent that they are reluctant to oppose the wishes of the NRA, lest that organization abandon them in

With regard to the Second Amendment, overlooked in the discussions is the fact that when tt was ratified on December 15, 1791, firearms were single shot, muzzle or

breech loaded guns, capable, depending on the dexterity of the shooter, of firing a single round every minute or so.... The authors of the Bill of Rights could not have conceived of our modern weapons and doubtfully would haverecommended them to every household. the next election cycle and actively work to unseat them. We now read that even the Senate Majority leader, Harry Reid, is worried that if Senate Democrats support th e p resident in this debate they will likely jeopardize their seats in 2014. The situation is similar to the Republicans' fear of Grover Norquist's retribution should they reconsider the wisdom of their commitment to his Taxpayer Protection Pledge and vote for a needed tax increase.

In a multifaceted approach to a complex problem, the president has put forth reasonable proposals in an effort to put an end to senseless massacres at the hands of deranged individuals. Regardless of the rhetoric of the NRA, the president did not call for a surrender of legally owned weapons, even legally owned assault rifles, but his proposal only says, "No more!" — L Andrew Hamlin lives in Bend.


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NEW YORK — When Ed Koch was mayor, it seemed as if all of New York was being run by a deli counterman. Koch was funny, irritable, opinionated, often rude and prone to

yelling. And it worked, for a while at least. With a Bronx-born combination of chutzpah and humor, Koch steered New York back from the brink o f f i nancial ruin and infused the city with new energy and optimism in the 1970s and '80s while racing aroundtown, startlingordinary New Yorkers on the streets by asking, "How'm I doing?" He was usually in too much of a hurry to wait for an answer. Koch died of congestive heart failure Friday at 88, after carefully arranging to be buried in Manhattan because, as he explained with what sounded like a love note wrapped in a zinger: "I don't want to leave Manhattan, even when I'm gone. This is my home. The thought of having to go to New Jersey was so distressing to me." Fond tributes poured in from political allies and adversaries, some of whom were no doubt thinking more of his earlier years in City Hall, before many black leaders and liberals became fed up with what they felt were racially insensitive and needlessly combative remarks. The Rev. Al Sharpton said in a statement that although they disagreed on many things, Koch "was never a phony or a hypocrite. He would not patronizeor deceive you. He said what he meant. He meant what he said. He fought for what he believed. May he restin peace." During his three terms in office from 1978 to 1989, New York City climbed out of its financial crisis thanks to Koch's tough fiscal policies and razorsharp budget cuts, and subway serviceimproved enormously. To much of the rest of the country, the bald, paunchy Koch became the embodiment of the brash, irrepressible New Yorker. He was quick with a friendly quip and a devastating putdown, and when he got excited or indignant — which was often— his voice became high-pitched. During his time in office and beyond, he dismissed his critics as "wackos," feuded with developer Donald

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New York Mayor Ed Koch raises his arms in victory in1985 at the Sheraton Centre in New York after winning the Democratic primary in his bid for a third four-year term. Koch died Friday at 88. "Through hi s t o ugh, d etermined leadership and responsible fiscal stewardship, Ed helped lift the city out of its darkest days and set it on courseforan incredible comeback," Bloomberg said. Koch's mark on the city has been set in steel: The Queensboro Bridge was renamed in Koch's honor in 2011. Coincidentally, a documentary about the mayor titled "Koch" opened nationwide on the very day of his death. After viewing a final cut last summer, Koch applauded and congratulated the filmmaker. A lifelong bachelor who lived in Greenwich Village, Koch

The liberal Koch was the first Democrat to represent the district in 31 years. But his politics edged to the center of the political spectrum during his years in Congress and pulled to the right on a number of issues afterhe became mayor. His answer to the war on drugs? Send convicted drug dealers to conc e ntration camps inthe desert.Decaying buildings'? Paint phony windows, complete with cheery flowerpots, on brick facades. Overcrowded city jails'? Stick inmates on f l oating p rison

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With New York Cityin direfinancial condition in 1977, Koch championed gay rights, taking defeated Mayor Abe Beame on the secondday after on the Roman Catholic Church and Cuomo in the Democratic submission, by1 p.m. and scores of political leaders. primary to win his first term Friday for Sundayor His own sexual orientation was in City Hall. He breezed to reMonday publication, and by the subject of speculation and election in 1981 and 1985, win9a.m. Mondayfor Tuesday rumors. During his 1977 may- ning an unprecedented threepublication. Deadlines for oral campaign against Mario quarters of the votes cast. At display ads vary; pleasecall Cuomo, posters that read "Vote the time, he was only the third for details. for Cuomo, Not the Homo" m ayor in city history to b e mysteriously appeared in some elected to three terms. Phone: 541-617-7825 neighborhoods. In 1982, he made a run for Email: obits©bendbulletin.com Koch offered atypicallyblunt governor against then-Lt. Gov. Fax: 541-322-7254 response to questions about his Cuomo. But his bid blew up Mail:Obituaries own sexuality: "My answer to after he mouthed off about life P.O. Box 6020 questions on this subject is sim- outside his hometown. Bend, OR 97708 "Have you ever lived in the ply,'F-- off.'There have to be some private matters left." suburbs'?" Koch told an interKoch was proudly Jewish viewer about a possible move to and an outspoken supporter Albany. "It's sterile. It's nothing. of Israel, willing to criticize It's wasting your life." He said DEATHS anyone, including President life in the country meant havBarack Obama, overdecisions ing to "drive 20 miles to buy a ELSEWHERE Koch thought could indicate gingham dress or a Sears, Roeany wavering of support. buck suit." After leaving office, he conIt cost him the race, but it Deaths of note from around tinued to offer his opinions as a convinced many of the 8 milthe world: political pundit, movie review- lion city residents that Koch Xu Liangying, 92: Scientist er, food critic and judge on "The belonged in New York. Koch's third term was beset and an advocate of democracy People's Court."Even in his80s, in China who was renowned Trump ("piggy") and fellow for- Koch exercised regularly and by corruption scandals. Queens for translating the works of Al- mer Mayor Rudolph Giuliani worked as a lawyer. Borough P resident D o nald bert Einstein; once a supporter ("nasty man"), lambasted the Describing himself as "a Manes, a close ally, committed of the Communist Party, he Rev. Jesse Jackson, and once liberal w it h s a n ity," K o ch suicide in 1986 after resigning was banished to the country- reduced the head of the City pursued afearlessly indepen- over kickback and patronage side for denouncing Mao Ze- Council to tears. dent course. When President allegations. The Bronx Demodong's purge of intellectuals. "You punch me, I p u nch George W. Bush ran for re-elec- cratic boss and others were Died Monday in Beijing. back," Koch once observed. "I tion in 2004, Democrat Koch also tarred.Koch's commisCharlotte Smallwood-Cook, do not believe it's good for one's crossed party lines to support sioner of cultural affairs, for90: Attorney believed to have self-respect to be a punching him and spoke at the GOP mer Miss America Bess Myerbeen the first woman elected bag." convention. He also endorsed son, stepped down after being Koch's favorite moment as Bloomberg's re-election efforts accused of trying to influence as a district attorney in New York state, died Saturday in mayor, fittingly, involved yell- at a time when Bloomberg was the judge in a court case involvBatavia, N.Y. ing. During a transit strike that a Republican. ing her boyfriend. "I'm not the type to get ulStefan Kudelski, 83: Inventor brought the city's subways and Koch fell outwith manyblack of the first professional-qual- buses to a halt in 1980, he strode cers," Koch wrote in "Mayor," voters for purging anti-poverty ity portable tape r ecorder, down to the Brooklyn Bridge his autobiography. "I give programs and making comw hich r e volutionized H o l - to rally commuters who were them." ments that many considered lywood moviemaking and forced to walk to work. Edward Irving Koch w as insensitive, such as saying that "I began to yell, 'Walk over born in the Bronx on Dec. 12, busing and racial quotas had vastly expanded the reach of documentarians, ind e pen- t he bridge! Walk o ver t h e 1924, the second of three chil- done more todivide the races dent filmmakers and eaves- bridge! We're not going to let dren of P olish i mmigrants. than to achieve integration. droppers on both sides in the these bastardsbring us to our During the Depression the famHe also said Jews would be "crazy" to vote for Jackson durCold War. Died Saturday in knees!' And people began to ily lived in Newark, N.J. Switzerland. applaud," he recalled many The future mayor worked his ing the civil rights leader's 1988 Stephen Simon, 75: Conduc- years later. way through school, checking presidential campaign a fter tor who became a leading speNew Yorkers eventually tired hats, working behind a deli- Jackson referred to New York cialist in the compositions of of Koch. catessen counter and selling as "Hymietown" and called George Frideric Handel and H omelessness and A I D S shoes. He attended City Col- for a Palestinian homeland in who founded musical ensem- soared in the 1980s, and crit- lege and served as a combat Israel. bles in Washington and New ics charged that City Hall's re- infantryman in Europe during It didn't help that Koch's York. Died Jan. 20 at a hospi- sponse was too little, too late. World War II. combativeness came during an tal in New York City after a Koch's latter years in office He received a law degree era of heightened racial unrest, stroke. were marked by scandals in- from New York University in first after the 1986 death of a Christopher Van Hollen, 90: volving those around him and 1948 and started practicing law black youth at the hands of a Career State Department of- rising racial tensions, stoked in in Greenwich Village, where white gang in Howard Beach ficer who became an author- part by Koch himself. In 1989, he began his political career and three years later after a ity in Southeast Asian affairs he lost a bid for a fourth term as a member of a group of lib- black teen was shot to death in and a l e a d ing d i p lomatic to David Dinkins, who went on eralDemocraticreformers. He Brooklyn's tough Bensonhurst voice during the volatile birth to become the city's first black defeated powerful Democratic neighborhood by a group of of Bangladesh and father of mayor. boss Carmine DeSapio, whose whites. Rep. Chris Van H ollen Jr., On Friday, Dinkins called the roots reached back to the corKoch later said the simmerD-Md. Died Wednesday in former mayor "a feisty guy who rupt Tammany Hall political ing racial tensions didn't lead Washington. would tell you what he thinks." machine, in a race for district to his defeat. "I was defeated "Ed was a guy to whom I Sherman Cohen, 91: Oneleader. because of longevity," he said. time auto dealer who with his could turn if I wanted a straight Koch was elected to the City "People get tired of you. So they two brothers built a real estate answer," he told Fox 5 News. Council and then to Congress, decided to throw me out." But empire of more than 20 resiIn a statement, Mayor Miserving from 1969 to 1977 as he also once said his biggest dential and commercial build- chael Bloomberg said the city the representative for the "Silk regret as he left office was that ings across Manhattan. Died "lost an irrepressible icon" and Stocking" district that was then "many people in the black comJan. 22 in New York. called Koch its "most charis- known for its millionaire Park munity do not perceive that I — From wire reports matic cheerleader." Avenue constituency. was their friend." by 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday for publication

said. That i s b e cause of shortcomings in the city's inContinued from B1 frastructure, particularly the "Definitely this extension sewer system.As long as the is going to be critical," he old projects remain active, said. "That would be a lot the city must reserve sewer, of lots to take off-line that water and street capacity to quick." serve them. That is the "priHigh also said proper- mary issue,"Stephens said. "There's other d evelopties are more attractive to potential buyers when the ment pressures now t h at l and-use approvals h a v e may want to take advantage been extended, because the of the water and sewer and buyers can avoid some city transportation cap a cities planning fees. that werebeing reserved for Bend planning manager these approvals, and we're Colin Stephens in January not actually sure whether they're going to develop or said he did not expect city staff would recommend the not," Stephens said. city extend the land-use apNot everyone agrees that provals again. approval for these older proj"They could have been ap- ects should be allowed to exproved in 2006, and go out to pire. High said the city is on 2015," Stephens said of the its way to fixing some of the stalled projects. "That's nine sewer issues, at least in the years, so they're getting kind short-term. On Wednesday, of stale." he and othermembers of an Preserving the d evelop- advisory group recommendment rights for stalled proj- ed that the city spend up to ects has also made it more $9.6 million on two projects difficult for the city to ap- to improve the sewer system. prove projects that are ready — Reporter: 541-617-7829, to move ahead now, Stephens hborrud@bendbulletin.com

Culver Continued from B1 Other prospects include new windows and equipment like computers, desks and chairs. S ome classroom w a l l s have only one outlet, Garber said. Besides being a burden for the existing electrical system, she said, it also fails to provide the capacity necessary to add more technology, like computers and white boards. Ultimately, the c ommittee will need to prioritize the items and determine what's affordableforvoters. Wes Hagman, a community member on the committee, said the process is just getting underway. "I felt the staff had put together a really good look at what the needs are," he sard. There is no figure yet in mind for the bond proposal. But the district knows from recent history that a $14.5

million bond is asking too much, Garber said. In November 2011, the district unsuccessfully asked voters for a $ 14.5 million bond, and school officials attribute the failure in part to proposing an athletic complex on the list of projects. As a district, Culver is at a slight disadvantage when it comes to selling a bond proposal to the public compared to other C entral O r egon school districts. The school district has no existing bond that is due to expire. As a result, any proposal would amount to a p r operty tax increase instead of merely extending a property tax already in place. The district's last bond, which was $4.44 for every $1,000 of assessed value, expired in 2010. That helped families out in the recession, though its expiration now means a greater challenge, Garber said. — Reporter:541-977-7185, bbothin@bendbulletin.com

Waiver

"Our challenge in D e schutes County is (our land Continued from B1 use decisions are) always "This could provide clar- litigated here, they're always ity as to how private parks bringing them t o L U BA ," are used," Shepherd argued Commissioner Alan Unger on Wednesday, calling it an said. "But if you come to us $8,000 game of roulette. "I'm with an application and can reluctant to pony up $8,0001 figure out how to pay for it don't have ... for something ... we'll work it to the best of that is uncertain. It's one our ability to get something thingif there were steps I had that ... has the best opportuto follow and then I would nity to get past appeal." get granted permission. But Commissioner Tony this is so uncertain." DeBone told Shepherd he Shepherd had asked for was hesitant t o fi n a n ce the fee waiver for three rea- the application, but would sons: the uncertainty, the b e glad to work with h i m high cost and the argument once the application was that hi s b u s iness w ould submitted. bring economic benefits to And it might even be betthe region. ter that the county not waive But the three commission- the f e es , C o m m issioner ers unanimously declined Tammy Baney said, because the fee waiver, saying it did in the event of an appeal not meet the threshold of the fee waiver could be conb enefiting the p u blic. I n - strued as the county not bestead, they offered future ing neutral to the outcome of support, particularly know- the application.

ing a land-use appeal is likely.

— Reporter:541-617-7831, smilter@bendbulletin.com

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Charles (Charley) William Boyd January 6, 1977 — January 29, 2013

In sight of the warm glow of Smith Rock, Charley (Chuckto friends) Boyd passed away at age 36 from Leukemia at his home in Terrebonne. His family was present to share his warm humor and company to the end. Charley was born in Salem, Oregon, but lived most of his life in Tumalo and Terrebonne. He was a great grandson of Charles and Anna Boyd, early pioneers in Bend. Charley graduated from Redmond Highschool in 1995 where he was an award winning editor of the student newspaper. One of his first jobs was caregiver at Chimps Inc. Working with the chimps and staff became a life-long labor of love. He married the other love of his life, Rita Lage, in 2005 and settled on an acreage near Smith Rock. Charley enjoyed the outdoors, his dogs, his pig, hiking and landscaping his acreage. His warped sense of humor kept those around him smiling. He is survived by his wife, Rita, his brothers, John Charles Boyd and wife Jessica of Redmond, James William Boyd and wife Misook of New Orleans, parents, Charles William and Bonnie McKean Boyd of Tumalo and five nieces and nephews. A memorial gathering will be scheduled at a later date. It was Charley's wish that any memorial contributions be made to Chimps Incorporated, PO Box 6973, Bend, OR 97708, or www.chimps-inc.com.

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CYCLOCROSS

Change at worlds for Bend rider

LOUISVILLE, Ky.

— The UCICyclo-cross World Championships will now be aone-day competition due to

Ohio River flood projections, meaning Bend rider Ryan Trebon will

race a dayearlier than expected. Race organizers on Friday compacted the two-day race schedule into one, with all races

now planned for today.

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TEE TO GREEN

Local golfers set to spring into the college season

Preston Washechek (22) drives to the basket to score for Crook County during the second quarter of Friday night's 64-52 win over Ridgeview in Redmond. Photos by Ryan Brennecke/ The Bulletin

By Zack Hall The Bulletin

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The men's elite race, in which Trebon is sched-

Chelsey Lind has eight more golf tournaments left in her Oregon State University career — and she wants to make the most out of all of them. But Lind, a 2009 graduate of Bend's Mountain View High School and now a senior for the Beavers, is entering the spring season with a challenge: The Oregon State roster includes 11 golfers, and in a typical tournament, only five play. "With 11 people on the team, it's very competitive to qualify for a spot for each tournament," says Lind, who appears in line to qualify for next week's University of Central Florida Challenge near Orlando. "It's my goal in the qualifiers to play my best because I want to make the most out of my last little bit here at Oregon State." SeeGolfers /C4

uled to compete, was originally scheduled for Sunday. It will now take

place today at 2:30 p.m. local time (11:30 a.m.

Pacific). A live stream of the race is scheduled to be shown at www. louisville2013.com. — From wire reports

MULTISPORT

Sign uponline for 2013 PPP Online registration is now open for the 2013 U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle. The 37th annual running of the

popular multisport event — a race from Mount Bachelor to Bend — is scheduled for May18. Registration can be completed by clicking

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on to www.pppbend. com.

SLjnday'sbig gamehas fir sts,lastsand bests

The Pole Pedal Paddleis produced by the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation, for which the event is

a fundraiser. The race includes downhill and

By Barry Wilner

cross-country skiing, cycling, running and

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tion as individuals, in

pairs, or as teams. For more information, contact Molly at MBSEF

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By Grant Lucas

Report: Owner injected A-Rod A spokesmanfor Yankees third basemanAlex Rodriguez on Friday de-

nied more allegations of his use of performanceenhancing drugs. According to ESPN's "Outside the Lines," Anthony Bosch — who ran a recently-shuttered

South Florida anti-aging clinic that currently is under investigation by

federal authorities and Major LeagueBaseball — personally injected A-Rod with PEDs at his Miami home.

"The allegations are not true," a Rodriguez spokesmansaid early Friday afternoon.

Rodriguezwasamong

REDMOND — The postseason does not begin for another three weeks or so, but for Crook County, Friday night at Ridgeview High School was virtually a Class

4A play-in game. In a win-or-go-home situation, needing a victory to

keep playoff hopes alive, the Cowboys rode a strong second quarter to grab a double-digit lead and rolled to a 64-52 4A Special District 1 boys basketball victory and snap a seven-game losing streak. "We kind of billed it as our first play-in game because if we didn't win this one, it wouldn't give us a chance to work our way into the playoffs," Crook County coach Jeff Lowenbach said.

"He had (16 points) and a

bunch of those were in the second quarter," Lowenbach said. "His fire and his energy kind of gave us what we needed in that second quarter to get that lead." Crook County and Ridgeview were knotted up Illt at 10, but a 9-0 run by the Cowboys spanning the first Ridgeview's Reece Rollins, and second quarters set up a left, shoots over Dylan Dean (4) 7-0 run to conclude the half, in an attempt to score during which finished with the visithe first quarter Friday against tors leading by 11 points. "That was pretty big," Crook County in Redmond. Sutfin said. "Usually we have a slow start. If you look 1-1 SDI) was senior Chance at our record, with all of our Sutfin, who stepped into a games, that first quarter, starting role in place of an they kick our butt. Tonight, ill Dillon Dees. Sutfin finwe came out stronger than ished with 16 points — eight what we normally have." in the first half — and 10 SeeCowboys/C4

ry, based ondocuments by a former Biogenesis employee, allegedthat Rodriguez procuredand used PEDs from the

clinic from 2009 into last season. In the wake of

Friday's report, MLB remained focused on its own investigation of

Biogenesis, which got under way long before the New Times article

was published. Asked Friday about the latest

developments involving Rodriguez, aspokesman said only that an investi-

gation is ongoing. — Newsday

Sunday'sBulletin Look for a complete preview of the

a sibling rivalry and a grand

game,In Sports

exit for one of the NFL's greatest players, clouded by the obscure healing powers of deer-antler spray. It is a Super Bowl of comebacks, of firsts and lasts, and — if San Francisco wins — the best. A win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday gives the

49erssixchampionships, matching Pittsburgh's titles in the Super Bowl era. Unlike the Steelers, the Niners have never lost one. Of course, they haven't won one in 18 years, either. SeeSuper Bowl/C4

MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Ducks hope toturn over a new leaf against Bears By Bob Clark The (Eugenei Register-Guard

Nextup Oregon at Cal • When:Today,

Bulletin staff report Sometimes a great start is enough. A red-hot first quarter propelled Summit High School to a 62-47 upset road win Friday night, handing Mountain View its first Class 5A Intermountain Conference loss of the season. The Storm put the Cougars immediately on their heels, seizing a 26-11 first-quarter lead. Four different players hit 3-pointers in that first quarter for the Storm, including Sarah Heinly, who scored seven of her game-high 22 points in the first eight minutes. "Seems like everything they put up went in," said Mountain View coach Steve Riper. "They just jumped on us." Both schools cooled in the second quarter, but Summit still managed to take a 33-14 lead into halftime. The Cougars attempted to make a comeback, cutting the lead down to 10 points in the

Players on the Oregon bench watch during the second half of Wednesday's loss to Stanford.

it's a playoff game all week." Providing a spark for Crook County (6-11 overall,

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Biogenesis, essentially

turned overto the paper

ally bringing the big game

Summit coolsoff Mountain View

"We'vebeen preparing as if

Times story last Tuesday

served as a distribution center for PEDs. The sto-

Baltimore Ravens

vs. San Francisco 49ers • When:Sunday, 3 p.m. • TV: CBS

STANFORD, Calif. — It's rarely the same mistake repeated immediately. One Oregon turnover will be an errant pass out of bounds, another might be thrown to an opponent. Against Stanford, there were also lost dribbles, a foot on the end line and a ball that simply slipped away. Not to mention a couple of offensive charges and an illegal screen. It all added up to 20 turn-

numerous athletes namedin a Miami New that alleged that the clinic run by Bosch, called

SuperBowlXLVI

NEW ORLEANS — The journey to this Super Bowl wound through bounties and replacement refs, eventuback to the Big Easy — with a replacementquarterback, rebounds, but it was his performance in the second quarter, when the Cowboys outscored the host Ravens 12-5 to go ahead 26-15, that caught Lowenbach's eye.

The Bulletin

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Courtesy of Oregon State athletics

Mountain View High graduate Chelsey Lind is a senior at Oregon State.

second half. But the Storm were able to salt away the game from the free-throw line, scoring all 16 of their fourth-quarter points from the charity stripe on 16 of 27 shooting. "We gave it all we could, but it was just too much to overcome," Riper said. "Give Summit credit. They deserved to win. They played well and shot the ball well. And they came into our house and beat us." Raja Char chipped in 15 points and Shannon Patterson added 10 points for the Storm, which improved to 13-5 overall and 3-3 in the IMC. Ciera Waldrup scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Rhiannon Alexander added 10 rebounds and six points for Mountain View (D-4, 4-1), which rode a sevengame winning streak into the crosstown rivalry game. Summit will host Crook County on Tuesday. Mountain View will host Bend on Tuesday.

1:30 p.m. • TV:Root

Sports overs in Oregon's 76-52 loss to the Cardinal on Wednesday night, which was the first Pac-12 defeat for the 10thranked Ducks (18-3, 7-1 Pac12), but certainly not their first off night of handling the basketball. See Ducks/C4

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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2013

ON THE AIR: TELEVISION TODAY GOLF 1 a.m.:European Tour, Dubai Desert Classic, third round, Golf Channel. 10 a.m.:PGA Tour, Phoenix Open, third round, Golf Channel.

Noon:PGATour, Phoenix Open, third round, NBC.

SOCCER 4:30a.m.: English Premier

League, QueensPark Rangers vs. Norwich City, ESPN2.

BASKETBALL 8 a.m.:Men's college,

9 p.m.:Men's college, San Francisco at Pepperdine (sameday tape), Root Sports. 11 p.m.:Men's college, Wyoming at Colorado State (same-day tape), Root Sports. WINTER SPORTS 9 a.m.: Freestyle skiing, moguls, Deer Valley, Utah

(taped), NBCSN. 10 a.m.: Figure skating, U.S.

Championships, Skating Spectacular (taped), NBC.

COREBOARD ON DECK Today Boys basketball: Paisley at Trinity I.utheran,4 p.m. Girls basketball: Paisley atTrinity Lutheran,5:30 p.m. Wrestling: Ridgeview at Milwaukie Toumament, 9 a.m., Madras at CottageGrove, 9a.m4 Culver at HeppnerInvite, TBD Alpine skiing: OSSAat Dre-CalClassic at Mt. Bachelor,GiantSlalom,Cliffhanger,TBD Nordic skiing: DISRA skateand relayracesat Mt Bachelor,11:30a.m.

10 a.m.: Snowboarding, U.S. Grand Prix, SB Pipe, Park City

FOOTBALL

Utah (taped), NBCSN.

NFL

RODEO Cincinnati at Seton Hall, ESPNU. 10 a.m.:Bull riding, Sacramento 9 a.m.:Men's college, Syracuse Invitational (taped), CBS. at Pitt, ESPN.

SWIMMING 9a.m.:Men's college, Purdue at 3 p.m.: College, Cal at Arizona Northwestern, ESPN2. (taped), Pac-12 Network. 9:30a.m.:Women'scollege, MIXED MARTIALARTS Texas at TCU, Root Sports. 10 a.m.:Men's college, Austin Peay at Murray State, ESPNU.

5 p.m.: UFC156, preliminary bouts, FX.

11 a.m.:Men's college, Notre at St. Louis, NBCSN.

GOLF 1 a.m.:European Tour, Dubai Desert Classic, final round, Golf

11 a.m.: Men's college, Tulsa at

Channel.

Memphis, CBSSN.

10 a.m.: PGA Tour, Phoenix

11:30 a.m.: Men's college, Colorado at Utah, Root Sports.

Noon:Men'scollege, Robert Morris at Long Island, ESPNU. 1 p.m.: Men's college, Miami at North Carolina State, CBS.

1 p.m.:Men's college, Tennessee atArkansas, ESPN. 1 p.m.:Men's college, Wichita State at Northern lowa, ESPN2.

1p.m.:Men'scollege,Rhode Island at Butler, CBSSN.

1:30p.m.:Men's college,

Open, final round, Golf Channel. Noon:PGATour, Phoenix Open, final round, NBC. BASKETBALL 8 a.m.:Women's college, DaytonatRichmond, ESPNU.

10 a.m.:Women's college, Duke at North Carolina, ESPNU.

10 a.m.:Women's college, Washington at Arizona State, Pac-12 Network.

10 a.m.:Women's college, Oklahoma at West Virginia, Root

Oregon at Cal, Root Sports. 2 p.m.: Men's college, Ohio at Akron, ESPNU.

Sports. 11 a.m.:Men's college,

3 p.m.:Men's college, Kentucky

Noon:Men'scollege,Oregon

at Texas AB M, ESPN.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Kansas State at Oklahoma, ESPN2.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Columbia

Marquette at Louisville, ESPN. State at Stanford, Pac-12 Network. Noon:Men's college, Virginia at Georgia Tech, ESPNU.

at Princeton, NBCSN.

2 p.m.:Women's college, 3 p.m.:Men's college, Temple at Stanford at Oregon State, PacSt. Joseph's, CBSSN.

4 p.m.:Men's college, Mississippi at Florida, ESPNU. 4 p.m.: Men's college, Portland at St. Mary's, Root Sports.

5 p.m.:Men's college, Baylor at lowa State, ESPN2.

5 p.m.: Men'scollege,Nevada at New Mexico, NBCSN.

6 p.m.:Men's college, Arizona State at Washington, ESPNU.

6 p.m.:Men's college, Michigan at lndiana, ESPN. 7 p.m.: NBA, Utah Jazz at Portland Trail Blazers, Blazer

Network (Ch. 39). 7 p.m.:Men's college, Arizona at Washington State, Pac-12 Network.

7 p.m.: Men'scollege,Utah State at Seattle, Root Sports.

8 p.m.: Men'scollege,Gonzaga at San Diego, ESPNU.

12 Network.

HOCKEY 9:30 a.m.: NHL, Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals, NBC.

WINTER SPORTS 10 a.m.: Freestyle skiing, aerials, Deer Valley, Utah

(taped), NBCSN. 11 a.m.: Freestyle skiing, U.S. Grand Prix, FS Pipe, Park City

Utah (taped), NBCSN. TRACK 8E FIELD 11 a.m.:New Balance Indoor Grand Prix (taped), ESPN2. RUGBY 2 p.m.:Sevens World Series (same-day tape), NBCSN. FOOTBALL 3 p.m.:NFL, Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens vs. San

Francisco 49ers, CBS.

ON THE AIR:RADIO TODAY

SUNDAY

BASKETBALL 1:30 p.m.:Men's college,

BASKETBALL Noon:Men'scollege,Oregon

Oregon at Cal, KBND-AM 1110. 7 p.m.:NBA, Utah Jazz at

State at Stanford, KICE-AM 940.

Portland Trail Blazers, KBNDAM 1110, KRCO-AM 690.

sunday

NFL

Open Current Sunday

Favorite 49ers

4 .5

underdog Ravens

4

FOOTBALL 3 p.m.: NFL, Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers, KRCO-AM 690, KRCO-FM 96.9.

Listings are the mostaccurateavailable. TheBulletinis not responsible for late changesmade by TVorradio stat ions.

NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION AH TimesPST

EasternConference W L Pct GB 29 14

d-Chicago Brooklyn Indiana

Atlanta Milwaukee Boston Philadelphia Detroit Toronto

Orlando Cleveland Charlotte Washington

29 15 28 18 28 19 28 19 26 19 24 21 23 23 20 26 18 29 17 30 14 32 13 34 11 34 11 34

WesternConference W L d-SanAntonio 37 11 d-Oklahoma City 35 11 d-L.A Clippers 34 14 Memphis 30 16 GoldenState 29 17 Denver 30 18 Utah 26 21 Houston 25 23 Portland 23 23 L.A. Lakers 21 26 Dallas 20 27 Minnesota 17 26 Sacramento 17 31 Phoenix 16 31 NewOrleans 15 32 d-division leader

.674 .659 '/~ .609 2'/z .596 3 .596 3 .578 4

.533 6

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362 14 .304 16'/z .277 18 244 19 .244 19

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.354 20 .340 20'/z .319 21'/z

Friday's Games

Toronto98, LA Ciippers73 Indiana102,Miami89 Boston97,Orlando84 NewYork96, Milwaukee86 Brooklyn 93Chicago89 Philadelphia89,Sacramento80 Detroit117,Cleveland99 Memphis 85,Washington76 Denver113NewOrleans98 Utah 86,Portland 77 Dallas109,Phoenix99 L.A. Lakers111, Minnesota100

Today's Games ChicagoatAtlanta, 4p.m. Sacramento at NewYork,4:30 p.m. Oklahoma City atCleveland, 4.30p.m. Charlotte atHouston,5 p.m. NewOrleansat Mrnnesota, 5p.m. WashingtonatSanAntonio, 5:30p.m. OrlandoatMilwaukee,5:30p.m. Utah atPortland, 7p.m. Phoenixat GoldenState, 7:30p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Jazz 86, Blazers 77 PORTLAND (77) Batum2-70-0 5, Aldridge6-174-7 16, Hickson 4-6 3-411, LiRard 10-233-3 26, Matthews3-8 2-2 9 Leonard 0-10-00, Jeffries 0-20-00, Barton1-2 0-0 2, Babbitt 2-60-0 6 Price1 40 02, Claver0-20-0 0, Smith0-10-00. Totals 29-7912-1677.

UTAH(86) Ma.Williams 4-6 0-08, Milsap6-123-315, Jefferson10-221-121,Tinsley 0-00-00, Foye4-173-4 14, Watson1-10-03, Favors 3-91-3 7, Burks1-4 002, Carroll5-83-413, Kanter1-21-2 3,Murphy0-0 0-00, Evans 0-00-00. Totals 35-81 12-1786. Portland 19 17 25 16 — 77 utah 26 25 22 13 — 86 3-Point Goal— s Portland 7-20 (I.illard 3-8, Babbitt 2-4, Batum1-1,Matthews1-4, Price0-1, Claver

0-2), Utah 4-15(Foye3-11, Watson1-1, Favors0-1, Burks 0-1, Ma Wiliams 0-1). Fouled Dut None Rebounds —Portland 46 (Aldridge 10), Utah 59 (Favors12). Assists—Portland 15 (Lillard 5), Utah 19 (Watson7) Total Fouls Portland22, Utah21 A—I9,512(19,911).

Lakers 111, Timberwolves 100 L.A. LAKERS (111) World Peace 2111-26, Clark6150 013, Gasol 8-15 5-522, Nash 6-92-217, Bryant4-13 8-1017, Blake4-70-010, Jamison 7-153-418,Meeks2-7 2-28. Totals 39-9221-25111. MINNESOTA (100) Kirilenko5-8 1-212, Wiliams 6-14 1-415, Pekovic 6-132-514, Rubio4-91-2 9, Ridnour2-70-0 4, Shved 6-161-218, Barea6-100-1 14, Cunningham3 8006,Gelabale0 00-00,Johnson3-42-2 8. Totals 41-89 8-18100. L.A. Lakers 37 31 17 26 — 111 Minnesota 24 29 23 24 —100

Mavericks109, Suns 99

SPORTS IN BRIEF TENNIS U.S. I08dS —John Isner and Sam Querrey eachwon their matches on Friday to give the United States a 2-0 lead over Brazil in the first round of the Davis Cup in Jacksonville, Fla. Isner earned a straight-set

win over Brazil's Thiago Alves 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-3. Isner's win came two hours after Querrey earned a 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Thomaz Bellucci. The United States is one win away

from advancing. Boband Mike

and criticized him for bad decisions and questionable business

Men's college

DALLAS(109) Da.Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Marion6-14 2-214, Brand

2-80-0 4,Collison 6-95-519,Mayo 7-194-5 20, Carter5-105-617, M.James1-92-24,Wright5-71211, Crowder5-71-213,B.James3-41-1 7.Totals 40-88 21-25 109.

PHOENIX (99)

Tucker2-7 0 04, Scola7-154-418, Gortat 613

Washington Memphis

30 10 16 20 — 76 23 16 22 24 — 85

Pistons117, Cavaliers 99 CLEVELAND(99)

Gee1-7 2-24, Thompson9-111-219, Zeller1-5 0-02, Irving4-105 514, Waiters2-72-46, Speights 6-15 4-417,Livingston3-72-28, Miles4-103-312, Jones2-60-04, Ellington3-94-413, Casspi0-10-0 0. Totals 35-8823-2699. DETROIT (117) Singler 9-171-2 20,Maxiel 4-8 1-2 9, Monroe 7-164-818, Knight7-144-620, Stuckey5-84-414, Drummond4-4 1-5 9, Bynum4-5 3-6 11,Jerebko 1-3 00 2, English 02 00 0, Villanueva 35 3810, Middleton1-1 0-02, Kravtsovg-02-22. Totals 4583 23-43 117. Cleveland 16 31 21 31 — 99 Detroit 24 30 31 32 — 117

Nets 93, Bulls 89 CHICAGO (89) Deng6-185-618, Gibson8-150-016, Moham med 2-3 0-0 4, Robinson4-16 4-4 12, Hamilton 4-5 1-1 9, Butler5-102-2 12,Belinelli 5-9 8-9 18, Teague 0 20-00. Totals 34 78 20-2289. BROOKLYN (93) Wallace3-4 0-4 6, Evans4-5 0-2 8, Lopez9-16 2-4 20, Williams4-122-211, Johnson6-14 0-013 Bogans120-03, Brooks5-102-213, Watson 2-42 27, Humphries0-11-21, Blatche5-71-211. Totals 39-75 10-20 93. Chicago 14 28 25 22 — 89 Brooklyn 24 17 22 30 — 93

Knicks 96, Bucks86 MILWAUKEE (86) l yasova7-11 3-4 19, Mbaha Moute 2-4 0-04, Sanders0-6 2-6 2, Jennings5-182-2 14,Ellis 720 0-0 16,Daniels 1-70-0 2, Dunleavy5-6 0-0 12, Dalembert3-60-06, Udoh 0-14-44, Udrih3-41-1 7, Harris 0-00-00. Totals 33-8312-1786. NEWYORK(96) Anthony7-228-1225, Shumpert3-7 0-07, Chandler 4-6 1-2 9, Kidd1-5 0-0 3, Felton5-8 2-2 14, Smith 6-140-017, Stoudemire5-107-817, Novak 1-3 0-0 3, Prigioni 0-00-0 0,White0-1 1-2 1 Co peland0-0 0-0 0, Brewer0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-76 19-26 96. Milwaukee 28 25 20 13 — 86 New York 25 22 27 22 — 96

76ers 89, Kings 80 SACRAMENTO (80) Salmons170-02,Thompson3-90-06,Cousins 6-13 0-3 12,Thomas7-1810-10 24,Evans11-18 6 8 29,Thornton2-52-26, Brooks0-20-00, Hayes 0-1 0-0 0, Robinson0-2 0-0 0, Garcia0-3 0-0 0, Fredette0-1 1-21. Totals 30-7919-25 80. PHILADELPHIA (89) Turner3-9 2-4 8, T.Young11-171-2 23, Hawes 4132 210, Holiday9172 221, NYoung6127-7 20, Wright1-30 03, Allen2-40 24, Ivey0-10-00. Totals 36-7614-19 89. sacramento 23 16 29 12 — 80 Philadelphia 27 2 718 17 — 89

Celtics 97, Magic 84 ORLANDO (84)

Harkless 4-10 0 0 8, Nicholson 613 2-2 14, Vucevic 6-122-2 14,Nelson1-6 0-0 2, Redick515 3-3 15, Jones0-4 0-0 0, McRoberts0-20-0 0 Moore 6-141-1 14,Smith3-6 0-0 6, Turkoglu 0-6 0-0 0, Ayon0-1 0-00, 0'Quinn5-61-1 11 Totals 36-95 9-9 84.

Conference Oregon Arizona ArizonaSt.

UCLA Colorado Stanford California Washington SouthernCal Washington St Oregon St.

utah

Raptors 98, Clippers73

TORONTO (98)

Fields 3-41-2 8, Johnson7-9 5-8 19, Gray3-6 1-2 7, Lowry1-6 0 0 3,DeRozan 8-171-119, Gay

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4 4 4 2

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Senday'sGame

Women's college Friday's Games East Dartmouth49, Brown41

Fairfield 58,St. Peter's50 Harvard67, Yale54 Manst 54,Canisrus40 Penn52,Columbia40 Princeton77, Cornell 46 Midwest IndianaSt.71, Missouri St.67 Wichita St.66, lllinois St 54 Southwest SamHoustonSt.68,TexasA8M-CC53

Far West Califomia60,OregonSt.38 Stanford86,Oregon62 Utah63,Southem Cal60 Washington 74, Arizona65 Washington St. 54, ArizonaSt. 43

GOLF PGA Tour

NewJerseyatPittsburgh, 10a.m. Bulfalo atMontreal, 11a.m. Edmonton at Colorado, noon BostonatToronto, 4p.m. Carolinaat Philadelphia, 4p.m. N.Y.RangersatTampaBay,4p.m. Detroitatcolumbus 4pm Dallas atPhoenix,5 p.m. ChicagoatCalgary, 7p.m. Los AngelesatAnaheim,7p.m. Nashville at SanJose, 7:30p.m.

TENNIS Professional Davis CspResults WORLD GROUP First Round Winners to puarterfinels, April 5-7; losers to WG playoffs, Sept. 13-15 Best of 5 matches united States 2, Brazil 0 At Jacksonville VeteransMemorial Arena Jacksonville, Fla. Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles SamQuerrey,UnitedStates,def. ThomazBelucci, Brazil, 6-3, 6-4,6-4. John Isner,UnitedStates,def. ThiagoAives, Brazil, 6-3, 7-6(4),6-3. Other scores Canada 2, Spain0; Croatia1, italy1; Argentina2, Germany0;Switzerland1, CzechRepublic1; Uzbekistan2,China0;Japan2,Indonesia0;Romania2, Denmark 0

Open Gaz de France Suez Friday At Stade Pierre deCoubertin Paris Purse: $690,000(Premier) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Ouarterfinals Kiki Bertens, Netherlands,dei. LucieSaiarova(6), Czech Republic 6-1 7-5. Sara Errani(1), Italy, def. CarlaSuarezNavarro, Spain, 7-5,4-6, 7-5. MonaBarthel, Germany, def. MarionBartoli (3), France, 7-6(7), 6-4. KristinaMladenovic,France,dei. PetraKvitova(2), Czech Republic, 6-3,6-4

Phoenix Open Friday At TPCScottsdale, Stadium Course Scottsdale, Ariz. Purse: $6.2 miNion Pattaya Women'sOpen Yardage:7,216; Par:71 Friday SecondRound At Dssit Resort Leadrng scores Pattaya Thailand Phil Mickelson 60-65 —125 Purse: $235,000(Intl.) 65-64 —129 Bill Haas Surface: Hard-Outdoor 67-63 —130 KeeganBradley Singles 64-66—130 BrandtSnedeker Sabine Li s i cki(5), Germ any,def. MarinaErakovic, 66-65 —131 AngelCabrera NewZealand, 5-7,6-3, 6-2. 68-63 —131 CharlieWi Nina Bratchikova,Russia,def. Ayumi Morita,Ja65-66—131 BrianGay pan, 6-1,3-6, 6-1. 66-66 —132 RobertGarrigus Sorana Cirstea(4), Romania, def. Anastasria Sev66-66 —132 RyanMoore astova,Latvia,6-3, 6-0. John Rollins 66 66 132 MariaKirilenko(2), Russia,def. ElenaVesnina(7), Matt Every 65-67 —132 Russia,7-6(6), 6-3. DawdHearn 67-65 — 132 TroyMatteson 67 65 132 KevinNa 69-64—133 DEALS RobertoCastro 65-68 —133 BrendondeJonge 66 67 133 Transactions GaryWoodland 67-66—133 BASEBALL TedPotter,Jr. 64-69 —133 American League William McGirt 67 66 133 CHICAGO W HI T E SDX Claimed18LarsAnderJeii Maggert 64-70—134 son offwaiversfromArizona. RorySabbatini 68-66 —134 NEWYORKYANKEES—Agreedto termswith DH BubbaWatson 67-67 —134 TravisHafnerona one-year contract. DesignatedDF BrendanSteele 69-65 — I34 Russ Canzlerforassignment. John Mallinger 65-69 —134 SEATTLE MARINERS—Agreedto termswith RHP 67-67 —134 CaseyWittenberg BlakeBeavan,LHPLucas Luetge, RHPChance Ruf67-67 —134 Harris English 66-68—134 fin, INF FranciscoMartinez, INFKyleSeager, INF KevinChappell Justin Smoak,DFJulio Morban, DFCarlos Peguero, 67-67 —134 HunterMahan DF Eri c Thamesand DF CasperWellson one-year 64-70 —134 PadraigHarrington contracts. 67-67 —134 BryceMolder National League 67-68 —135 CharlesHowelIII CINCINNATIRED S—Agreed to termswith LHP 68-67 —135 Bo Van Pelt Manny Parra on a one-yearcontract andwith C BooWeekley 69-66—135 Miguel Dlivo on aminor leaguecontract. Designated BrianHarman 70-65 —135 RHPToddRedmond for assignment. KenDuke 66-69 —135 FLORIDA MA RLINS—Agreedto termswith RHP Jeff Dverton 66-69—135 Jonat han Albaladeio,RHP John Marne,RHP Doug Jeff Klauk 67-68 —135 Mathis, RHP ChadQualls, RHPKevin Slowey,RHP

Jordan Smith, RHP Mitch Talbot, RHP Michael Wuertz,LHPZach Philips, C CraigTatum, INFMatt Downs,INFNick Green,INFKevin Kouzmanoff, INF

HOCKEY NHL NATIONALHOCKEYLEAGUE AH TimesPBT

Eastern Conference Atlantic Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y.Islanders 7 4 2 1 9 27 23 NewJersey 6 3 0 3 9 16 14 Pittsburgh 7 4 3 0 8 19 18 N.Y.Rangers 7 3 4 0 6 16 20 Philadelphia 8 2 6 0 4 16 23 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 7 5 1 1 11 23 19 Ottawa 8 5 2 1 11 24 14 Montreal 6 4 2 0 8 18 15 Toronto 7 4 3 0 8 21 22 Bufialo 7 3 3 1 7 23 23

Southeast Division

TampaBay Winnipeg Carolina Washington Florida

L.A. CLIPPERS (73)

Butler 3-124-412, Griffin 4-11 9-1217, Jordan 4-6 0-2 8, Bledsoe4-14 2-2 10, Green1-50-0 2, Crawford 5 173 5 14, Hil 2 3 0 34, Ddom1-1 0 0 2, Turiaf 0-11-21, Hollins1-21-1 3.Totals 25-72 20-31 73.

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Pacific Division

Today'sGames

OregonStateat Stanford, noon

BOSTON (97)

MIAMI (89) James9-179-1128, Hasem2-40-04, Bosh511 3-4 13,Chalmers2-52-2 7, Wade7-16 3-617, Allen 0-40-0 0,Andersen4-41-1 9, Battier4-9 0-0 11, Cole0-00-00, Lewis0-00-00. Totals 33-70 18-24 89. INDIANA(102) George6-112 415, West12-156-630, Hibbert 3-81-2 7, Hill 4-9 2-312, Stephenson 6-111-215 T.Hansbrough4-8 3-411, Johnson 1-1 1-24, Mahinmi 2-40-04 Young 0-1 0-00, Augustin1-21-1 4 Totals 39-7017-24102. Miami 23 22 20 24 — 89 Indiana 25 28 27 22 — 102

L 1 2 2 3 4

Today's Games Coloradoat Utah,11:30a.m. OregonatCalifornia,1;30 p.m ArizonaStateatWashington, 6p.m. Arizonaat Washington State, 7p.m.

Pierce5-103-614, Bass2-62-2 6, Gamett7-12 0-014, Lee6-130-014, Bradley 3-90-0 6, Collins 0-00-00, Terry4-8 3-312, Green8-141-317, Barbosa 6 110 012,Wilcox1-1 0 02, Melo0 00 00 Totals 42-84 9-1497. Orlando 18 17 24 25 — 84 Boston 25 21 26 25 — 97

Pacers102, Heat 89

W 7 6 6 6 4

GP W L OT Pts GF GA 8 4 2 2 10 21 20 7 4 2 1 9 19 18 8 4 3 1 9 20 22 7 3 4 0 6 16 19 5 1 3 1 3 14 21

GP W L OT Pts GF GA San Jose 7 7 0 0 14 29 12 Anaheim 6 4 1 1 9 20 18 Dallas 8 3 4 1 7 17 21 Los Angeles 6 2 2 2 6 12 16 Phoenix 8 2 4 2 6 25 26 NOTE: Twopoints tor a win, onepoint for overtime loss. Friday's Games Dallas 4,Phoenix3, SD Vancouver2,Chicago1, SD Washington3, Philadelphia2 Carolina1,Ottawa0 TampaBay 8,Winnipeg3 Detroit 5,St. Louis3 Anaheim 3, Minnesota1

Friday's Games East Brown62, Dartmouth50 Fairiield 69, Ri d er 59 3 5 2-2 8, Anderson7-154-4 21, Henry3-4 0-06, D.Miller1-41-1 3,Rrvers4-60-08, Mason 0-11-1 Harvard67,Yale64 Penn62,Columbia58 1. Totals 38-7218-21 98. Princeton76,Cornell 59 DENVER(113) 66 Manhattan63 Gallinari 8-180-018, Faried6-101-213, Koufos Siena South 2-4 0-04, Lawson6-148-8 21, Iguodala10-14 2-3 Mercer66,Kennesaw St.42 24, Chandler1-57 89, Brewer8120117, Mozgov Midwest 0-0 0-0 0, AMiler 3-7 0-0 7. Totals 44-8418-22 Detroit 88,YoungstownSt. 77 113. V alparaiso 71, Mi l w aukee 40 Neworleans 26 2 2 30 20 — 98 Denver 26 25 34 28 —113 Pacific-12 Conference AH TimesPST NEWORLEANS (98) Aminu1-11-13, Davis 6-121-313, Lopez5-63313, Vasquez 5-10 2-213, Gordon3-83-4 9, Smith

WASHINGTON (76) Webster3-80-0 8, Nene7-160-014, Dkafor4-9 0-08,Wall3-82-29,Temple2-50-04,Price3-70-0 6, Seraphin4-80-08, Crawford3-101-1 8 Ariza3-8 0-07 Booker2-40-04 Totals34-833-376. MEMPHIS (85) Allen 5-81-211, Randolph3-101-2 7, Gasol513 3-313,Conley7-153-318, Bayless4-133-411, Prince7-110 014,Arthur4-50-08, Wroten0 00 0 0, Davis 0-1 2-2 2,Daye0-21-1 1. Totals 35-78

Vancouver Edmonton Minnesota Colorado Calgary

Chicago St. Louis

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L OT 1 0 4 1 3 0 5 1 5 0

Pts GF GA 12 37 18 7 24 32 6 15 18 5 18 27 4 16 27

Western Conference Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA 8 8

6 0 2 14 25 18 6 2 0 12 31 19 Detroit 7 4 2 1 9 20 20 Nashville 7 2 2 3 7 12 19 Columbus 8 2 5 1 5 14 26 Northwest Division

Ed Lucas,INFChris Valaika, DFJordanBrown and DF AustinKeamsonminor leaguecontracts. NEWYORKMETS—Agreedto termswith DFMarlon Byrdonaminorleaguecontract. ST. LOUISCARDINALS—Agreed to termsLHP MarcRzepczynski onaone-yearcontract. BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association NBA —Suspended Los AngelesClippers F Matt Bames onegamefor striking GregStiemsmaduring a Jan. 30gameatMinnesota. FOOTBALL

National Football League NEW ENGLANDPATRIOTS— Signed DL Armond Armstead. HOCKEY

National HockeyLeague BOSTON BRUINS Recalled FJamieTardif from Providence (AHL). MONTREAL CANADIENS—Reassigned F Mike Blunden to Hamilton (AHL). NEWJERSEYDEVILS—AssignedRWMatt Anderson toAlbany(AHL). PHDENIXCOYOTES— Recalled F Andy Miele from Portland(AHI.). AssignedGChad Johnsonto Port and. SOCCER Major LeagueSoccer PORTLAND TIMBERS—Announced that the club and F KrisBoydcameto amutual agreement to terminatehiscontract

COLLEGE LSU —Agreedto termswith tootball coach Les Miles on aseven-year contract. NEWMEXICDSTATE—Named interim tootball coachDougMartin football coach

practices. The union is forming

an interim executive committee and an advisory committee, the

group's president, Derek Fisher, said in a statement released Friday. An outside attorney is also

being hired as players begin moving forward, likely without the manwho has guided them since 1996.

WINTER SPORTS

Bryan, the world's No. 1 ranked

Randall winS —Kikkan

doubles team, play today.

Randall of the United States

Lightning go to 6-1-0 with victory over jets The Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. — Cory Conacher had two goals and an assist to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning past the Winnipeg Jets 8-3 on Friday night.

Tampa Bay also got goals

— NBA players put union chief

victory of the season on Friday. Petter Northug of Norway also

Billy Hunter on an indefinite

won his fourth race this winter,

leave Friday, two weeks after

taking the men's 1.8-kilometer

from Steven Stamkos, Vincent Lecavalier, Nate Thompson, Teddy Purcell, Ryan Malone and Benoit Pouliot. Stamkos and Lecavalier both added two assists. The Lightning, 6-1-0 this season, have scored five or more goals in four consecutive

a report they commissioned questioned Hunter's leadership

freestyle race.

games.

BASKETBALL NBA unianhead onleave

Nuggets 113, Hornets 98

14-1785.

NBA

d-Miami d-NewYork

8 16 1-2 20,Lucas6-9 0-0 17,Anderson0-4 0-0 0, Ross2-80-04, Valanciunas0-1 0-00, Acy0-1 1-2 1. Totals 38-8110-17 98. L.A. Clippers 1 7 13 1 5 28 — 73 Toronto 22 24 26 26 — 98

Grizzlies 85, Wizards 76

Betting line

SUNDAY

Florida State, ESPN.

11 a.m.: Men's college, Dayton

Super Bowl

At New Orleans Baltimorevs.SanFrancisco, 3 p.m. (CBS)

BASKETBALL

11 a.m.: Men's college, Dukeat Dame at DePaul, ESPN2.

NATIONALFOOTBALL LEAGUE Time PST

4-516, Dragic7-145-619, Dudley7-12 0-217, Bea s ey2-130-04, Brown 7-115-620, Marshall0-21-2 1, Morris 0-20-0 0. Totals 38-8919-25 99. Dallas 29 25 20 35 — 109 Phoenix 31 23 21 24 — 99

won the women's1.4-kilometer cross-country World Cup race at the Sochi Olympic course in Russia to claim her fourth

— From wire reports

Tobias Enstrom, PaulPostma

lis made 33 saves for his first s hutout in m o r e t ha n t w o years and Eric Staal scored as and Andrew Ladd scoredthird- Carolina improved to 9-0-1 in period goals for W i n nipeg, its past 10 home games against which has lost three in a row. Ottawa. Also on Friday: C apitals ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 R ed Wings..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 F lyers ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 B lues..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 W ASHINGTON — Tr o y DETROIT — Henrik Zetter- Brouwer and Wojtek Wolksi berg scored three goals and his scored third-period goals, and second assistof the game set Braden Holtby made 29 saves up Pavel Datsyuk's tiebreak- in Washington's victory over ing goal at 9:38 of third period, Philadelphia. lifting Detroit over St. Louis. S tars.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 H urricanes..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 C oyotes .......... . . . . . . . . . . 3 Senators.......... . . . . . . . ... 0 DALLAS — Jaromir Jagr RALEIGH, N.C. — Dan El- and Jamie Benn scored in a

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shootout to lift Dallas to a victory over Phoenix. D ucks.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 W ild.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ANAHEIM, Calif. — Kyle Palmieri scored tw o g o als on his 22nd birthday, breaking a tie early in the third period of Anaheim's victory over Minnesota.

Canucks......... . . . . . . . . ... 2 B lackhawks..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 V ANCOUVER, Br it i s h Columbia — Jordan Schroeder scored in a shootout to lift Vancouver over Chicago. Alex Edler scored in regulation for the Canucks.


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NBA ROUNDUP

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PREP ROUNDUP

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The Associated Press S ALT L AK E C I T Y When all else fails, the Utah Jazz just clear the way for Al Jefferson. Jefferson had 21 points, including two o ne-handed shots in the lane, to help the Jazz beat Portland 86-77 on Friday night. "You get him the ball in the post one-on-one against anybody i n th i s le a g ue and we feel good about our chances," Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said. Paul Millsap added 15 points for the Jazz, who have won eight of their past nine home games. " We pretty m uc h c o n trolled the whole game," said Jefferson, who had 10 rebounds for his 22nd doubledouble of the season. "They m ade a little run and w e knew before long they were going to do that." That little run put a scare into the Jazz. LaMarcus Aldridge, who had 16 points and 10 rebounds, made a putback to cap n ine consecutive points by the Blazers an d d r a w P o r t l and within six at 78-72 with 5:28

remaining. Alec Burksfinallysnapped the string of seven straight missed shots by Utah with a tip-in, but Damian Lilliard hit a 3-pointer to make it 8075 with 3:57 to play. "Portland is an explosive team," Corbin said. "They are capable of scoring a lot of points in a short period of time." But that's all th e B lazers could musterdown the stretch. Though th e J a zz struggled to score, the Blazers came up empty on six straight p ossessions with t wo t u r novers an d f o u r missed shots. Also on Friday: Lakers...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Timberwolves..... . . . . . . 100 M INNEAPOLIS — P a u Gasol had 22 points and 12 rebounds in hi s r eturn to the starting lineup and Kobe Bryant nearly had a tripledouble in leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a victory over Minnesota. Pacers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Heat..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 INDIANAPOLIS — David West scored 30 pointsand Paul George added 15, leading Indiana past Miami. Raptors..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

Clippers........ . . . . . . ... 73 TORONTO — Rudy Gay wowed a sellout crowd by scoring 20 points in his Tor onto debut, l eading t h e R aptors to a r o u t o f t h e short-handed Los A ngeles

Clippers. Knicks...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Bucks ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 NEW YORK — Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points, Amare Stoudemire had 17 points and seven rebounds

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utah Jazz center Al Jefferson, center, shoots while being double-teamed by Portland Trail Blazers forwards LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and Nicolas Batum, right, in the second half of Friday night's game in Salt Lake City. off the bench, and New York extended its winning streak to three games. Celtics...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Magic ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 BOSTON — Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett each had a double-double, and Boston recorded a win over Orlando, who lost its eighth straight

game. Grizzlies.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Wizards ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Mike Conley scored 18 points and Tayshaun Prince added 14 in his Memphis debut, includ-

ing a pair of key fourth-quarter jumpers, as the Grizzlies defeated Washington. Nets..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Bulls ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 NEW YORK — Brook Lopez scored 20 points through three quarters, then Brooklyn turned to its bench to beat short-handed Chicago. 76ers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Kings..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 PHILADELPHIA T haddeus Young ha d 2 3 points an d 1 5 r e b ounds, and Jrue Holiday scored 21 to lead Philadelphia past Sacramento. Pistons.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Cavaliers ..... . . . . . . . . . . . 99 AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Brandon Knight had 20 points and 10 assists, and Detroit never trailed against Cleveland. Nuggets.... . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Hornets..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 DENVER — Ty Lawson had 21 points and 13 assists, Andre Iguodala scored 24 and Denver beat New Orleans for its sixth straight victory. Mavericks..... . . . . . . . . . . 109 Suns ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 PHOENIX — O.J. Mayo scored 20 points to lead six Dallas players i n d o u ble figures and the Mavericks, despite the absence of Dirk N owitzki, added t o t h e ir mastery of Phoenix with a victory over the Suns.

Bulletin staff report REDMOND — It took most of the night for league-leading Redmond to finally shake Bend High. The Panthers led by as many as 20 points in the first half but had to fight until the finish to claim a 55-44 Intermountain Conference boys basketball victory. Redmond improved to 144 overall and 6-0 in the IMC with its ninth consecutive win overalL The Panthers opened a 32-12 lead midway through the second period, but Bend went on a 23-3 run to tie the score 3535 early in the fourth quarter. As part of their game-turning run, the visiting Lava Bears outscored the Panthers 9-1 in the third period. "They had plenty of fight left in them," said Redmond coach JonCorbett ofthe Lava Bears. "They just came roaring back. It was a good lesson for our kids that you have to play the whole 32 minutes of basketball." Matt Dahlen led the Panthers with a g a me-high 21 p oints; he also had six r e bounds and t h ree b locked shots. Brayden Bordges scored 15 points for Redmond, including eight in the first quarter, when the Panthers opened up a 20-7 lead. Trevor Genz played a strong all-around game for the winners, scoring 13 points to go with his 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals. David Larson led Bend (710, 1-4) with 14 points. Connor Scott, J.J. Spitler and Jaylan Robinson scored seven apiece for the Lava Bears, who play at home Tuesday night against Mountain View. Redmond is also back in action Tuesday with a road game against Ridgeview. In other Friday action: BOYS BASKETBALL Mountain View..... . . . . . . . . 64 Summit..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Mountain View jumped out to a 37-16 halftime lead, shot better than 55 percent from the field, and rolled to a road Intermountain Con f erence win over Summit. Matt Logan led the Cougars with 13 points, Mitch Modin added 12 points and Ments Haugen chipped in 11 points. That trio combined to hit all seven of their 3-point attempts. Nick Moyer led Summit with 16 points. Mountain View (14-3 overall, 3-2 IMC) will travel to Bend High on Tuesday. Summit (8-10, 1-5)

on PGA Tour record The Associated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Phil Mickelson made a mess of his final hole in the second round of the Phoenix Open, costing him another shot at history. A day after his putt for a 59 curled 180 degrees and stay out, Lefty missed a chance to break the PGA Tour's 36hole scoring record Friday when he finished with a dou-

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ble bogey. "You always r emember kind of the last hole, the last putt," Mickelson said. "But I think it's very possible that's

going to help me because it's got me refocused, that I cannot ease up on a single shot. I've got to be really fo-

cused. These guys are going to make a lot of birdies and I've got to get after it and cannot make those kinds of mistakes." M ickelson followed h i s opening 60 with a 65 to reach 17-under 125, a stroke off the tour record for the first two rounds of a tournament set by Pat Perez in the 2009 Bob Hope Classic and matched by David Toms at Colonial in 2011. "Unfortunately, I made a

double on the last hole and didn't finish the way I wanted to," Mickelson said. "But I think it's a good example of what can happen on this course. You can make a lot of birdies and eagles, make up a lot of ground, but there's a lot of water and trouble there that if you misstep you can easily make bogeys and double." The double bogey l e ft him four strokes ahead of Bill Haas and five in front of Keegan Bradley and Brandt Snedeker. Haas shot a 64, Bradley 63, and Snedeker 66. Also on Friday: Sterne leads by1 in Dubai D UBAI, U n i te d A ra b Emirates — Overnight leader Richard Sterne made a birdie on the 18th hole to take a one-shot lead over T h orbjorn Olesen and two others after the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic. Sterne finished with a 2-under 70 and 12-under 132 total. Olesen (66), Tommy Fleetwood (68) and Stephen Gallacher

(70) were a shot back.

5-6 TRC) play at Regis on Monday. B utte Falls.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 8 T rinity Lutheran ..... . . . . . . . 35 BUTTE FALLS — Trinity Lutheran was left searching for its first league win after dropping a Mountain Valley League road decision to Butte Falls. Tyler Dunn scored 14

points to lead the Saints, and Gabe Phillis a dded s even p oints to g o w i t h f ou r r e bounds and two assists. Trinity Lutheran (1-17 overall, 0-11 MVL) plays at home today against Paisley. GIRLS BASKETBALL S isters .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 8 L a Pine ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 LA PINE — Sisters led by only seven points at halftime, but the Outlaws got their offense ontrack during the second half, outscoring La Pine 34-21 over the final two quarters of the Sky-Em League contest. Katie Mickel poured in 28 points for the Hawks (613 overall, 2-4 Sky-Em) to lead all scorers, but the Outlaws (414, 2-4) had more than enough weapons to o vercome that effort. Sisters career scoring leader Taylor Nieri was the top scorerfor the road team with 20 points. Harley Rowe and Savannah Spear provided support by scoring nine points apiece, and Claire Henson, who Sisters coach Julianne Horner said controlled the paint defensively, chipped in six points. Holli Glenn added five points for La Pine, as did Cheryce Foreman who had 10 rebounds and five blocks. No other Hawk recorded points on the night, though Makenz ie Huddleston chipped i n 11 rebounds and five blocks. Sisters is at Sweet Home on Tuesday, and La Pine is slated to play at Cottage Grove that

entering the final quarter and proceeded to o u tscore the Ravens 20-5 the rest of the way. Ali Apperson led Crook County with eight rebounds, and Kelsie Smith added nine points. McKenzie Hidalgo led Ridgeview (1-18, 0-2) with 10 points. Crook County plays at Summit on Tuesday, while Ridgeview is off until hosting Bend High on Friday. M adras... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2 E stacada .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7 ESTACADA — The White Buffaloes used an 18-6 thirdquarter advantage to create some breathing room after leading by just one point after one quarter and by six at the intermission against the host Rangers. Mariah Stacona and Inez Jones provided a solid 1-2 punch for Madras (9-10 overall, 3-2 Tri-Valley Conference). Stacona scored a game-high 22 points and also contributed six steals and six assists, and Jones added 18 points, nine r ebounds and fivesteals.The Buffs are back on the road Tuesday at North Marion. K ennedy.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4 C ulver... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4 MOUNT ANGEL — Culver coach Scott Fritz said it was "probably our best, most complete game of the season," but it was not enough against TriRiver Conference foe Kennedy. The Bulldogs (7-14 overall, 5-6 TRC) were tied with the

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three quarters, 18-18, but Kennedy got the best of play in the fourth period. "We're a young team," said Fritz of the fourth-quarter lapse. "We got a little nervous, made a couple turnovers." Hannah Lewis scored nine points to l e ad Culver, which plays at Regis on Monday. T rinity Lutheran..... . . . . . . . 4 9 B utte Falls .... . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 8 B UTTE FALLS — K a t i e

B end ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 R edmond..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Mekayla Isaak scored 11 points as the host Lava Bears rolled to a Intermountain Conference victory. Delaney Crook added 10 points for Bend (12-5 overall, 4-1 IMC), while Jessica McClay, Lisa Sylvester and Molly Maloney each scored eight. After a close first quarter, the Lava Bears took control by outscoring Redmond 21-7 in the second quarter. Kaylee Wilson and Chantel Dannis paced the Panthers (810, 0-6) with 10 points apiece. Bend plays at Mountain View on Tuesday, while Redmond hosts Ridgeview the same day. C rook County.... . . . . . . . . . . 44 R idgeview...... . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4 PRINEVILLE — The Cowgirls used a big fourth quarter to beat Ridgeview for the second time in Special District 1 play. Michaeline Malott scored 12 points for Crook County (9-8 overall, 2-0 SDl), which trailed by five points

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Murphy scored a game-high 20 points for Trinity Lutheran, which never trailed en route to an upset road victory. The Saints (9-9 overall, 5-6 Mountain Valley League) had lost 45-25 at home to Butte Falls last month, but they jumped to a 10-2 lead in the first quarter and rolled past the third-

place Loggers (12-7, 8-4). Emily Eidler had eight points and a team-high 14 rebounds, VictoriaSample scored seven points, and Abbey Carpenter grabbed 13 rebounds for the winners, who h ost P aisley today.

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BEND (44) —DavidLarson14, Scott 7, Spitler 7, Robin son7,Beaumarchais6,Parsons3,Johnson Totals

Madras 1 3 13 18 8 — 5 2 Estacada 12 8 6 1 1 — 3 7 Three-pointgoals — Madras;staconaz T Adam s, Suppah;Estacada: none.

TRINITYLUTHERAN(35) —Tyler Dunn14, G Phillis7, Law4,Akiyama4,L.I'hillis2, Nihei 2,Olan02,Atnip, Kruger,C.Knauss D.Knauss. Totals15 4-10 35. BUTTEFALLS(68) —JamesRamirez16,Al Coou5, Givens13,WBateman6,Sutton5, E.Bateman5,Marley4, McGonagl2, eAi. Cool2.Totals 31 4-768. T rinity Lutheran 6 4 13 1 2 — 3 5 Butte Falls 18 22 16 12 — 68 Three-pointgoals— Trinity Lutheran.G.Philis, BuNe Falls Sutton,Givens

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p lays at Crook County o n Tuesday. Madras..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Estacada..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 MADRAS — Steele Haugen scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds as M a dras rolled to a Tri-Valley Conference win. The White Buffaloes held the Rangers to just 26 percent shooting from the field in the second half, allowing Madras to extend its 36-25 halftime lead, and outrebounded Estacada 50-31. Jhaylen Yeahquo had 13 rebounds in addition to his six points, and Rodney Mitchell chipped in 10 points for Madras (12-7 overall, 3-2 Tri-Valley). Madras travels to North Marion in Aurora on Tuesday. La Pine..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Sisters ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 LA PINE — T h e H awks trailed by a point at the intermission but outscored the Outlaws 26-8 in the second half — including 14-2 in the final quarter — to pull away for the Sky-Em League win. Cameron Kraft scored a game-high 15 points for La Pine (10-10 overall, 4-2 Sky-Em) and was credited with three of the team's 14 steals. Tyler Parsons added eight points and four steals, while Josh Ramirezrecorded eight points and five blocks. Justin Harrer led Sisters (512, 2-4) with eight points, and Ryan Pollard added seven. Both teams are back in action Tuesday, with the Hawks at Cottage Grove and the Outlaws at home against Sweet Home. C ulver.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 K ennedy..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2 MOUNT ANGEL — Gerson Gonzalez hit a free throw with 1.5 seconds left to give Culver the road win in a tense TriRiver Conference contest. In a close game from the start, Clay Gibson led the Bulldogs with 16 points and Gonzalez finished with 11. Gibson and Gonzalez also had seven rebounds apiece for Culver, which won its third in a row despite missing 20 shots in the key and making just six of 13 freethrows for the game. The Bulldogs (10-11 overall,

13, RoIjby2,Brown2, Thomasz cravens, Davies, powel Totals1716-19 55. Bend 7 14 9 1 4 — 4 4 Redmond 20 14 1 20 — 55 Three-poingoal t s— Bend.Robinsonz Beaumarchais, Spitler,Larson,Scott,Redmond.BorIjges 3, Dahlen2. MOUNTAINVIEW(64) — GrantLannin13, Modin 12, Haugen u, LoganB,carroll 6, Hefner 5,Roth3,Hielm 2, siefkenzKurzyno wski 2,webb.Totals 2213-19 64. SUMMIT(41) — NickMoyer16, CaNell 5,Menefee 4, Muilen 4,Reeves4, Rasmussen4, Ritchey3, Lucas1, Higlin Derman Totals14 9-1441. Mountai nView 2 0 17 8 9 — 64 Summit 1 1 5 13 12 — 41 Three-pointgoals— Mountain View:Haugen3, MOIjin 2, Logan 2;Summit: Moyer,Ritchey, Reeves,Cattel. Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference

ESTACADA (45) — RyanVauthier 24,Beguelin 5, Smith 5,Varstad5, Lench4,Cantele2,Blankenship, JohnsonTotals158-12 45. MADRAS(68) — SteeleHaugen 22, Mitchell 10, Spino 7,Pichette6,Wolfe 6,Yeahquo6,T.Smith, Fine3, Sullivan 2, J. Smith.Totals 21 17-2968. Estacada 15 10 10 10 — 45 Madras 18 18 17 15 — 68 Three-point goals — EstacaIjaVauthi . er 3, Begueim,

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GR00K GQUNTYI64) — chance sutfin 16, Washechek15,Mahurm14, Dean9, Benton 8, Cooper2, Ijutz, SofichTotals 1335-46 64. RIDGEVIEW(52) — Justin Alvarez16, Mendazona 12, Bowman11,AamoIjt 4,Johnson4, Rollins 3, O'Neal2, Stiles,Stanton.Totals18812 52. CrookCounty 14 12 11 27 — 64 Ridgeview 1 0 5 11 26 — 5 2 Three-poingoal t s— CrookCounty Notavailable; Ridgeview;Alvarez5,Aamodt, Mendazona,Bowman. Class 2A

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REDMONO (25) — KayleeWilson10, Chantel Dannis 10, Baker2, Burgum2,Wiliams1, Lennie,Reed. Totals 10 3-14 25. BEND(55) — Mekayla Isaak11, Crook10, McClay 8, Sylvester8, Maloneylj, Froelich4, Evert4, Kramer2, Burnham 2, Wheeler, Lundy,Howard, MaNox. Totals 24 5-13 55. Redmond 8 7 2 8 — 25 Bend 1 1 21 15 8 — 5 5 Three-pointgoals—Redmond Wilson2 BendCrook

TRINITYLUTHERANI49) —Katie Murphy20, Eidler B, Sample 7 Carpenter4 Martin4,Clift 2, Cowan2, Ho2, Deahm. Totals1910-1849. BUTTEFALLS(38) — Tam ika Funk12, Creech8, HojIbs 7,Kirkpatrick 7,Weaver 2, O'Keefe2, White, Davis Totals1311-3438. Trinity Lutheran 10 1 1 18 10 — 49 Butte Falls 2 12 7 17 — 3 8 Three-poingoal t s —Trinity Lutheran:Murphy;Butte Falls: Kirkpatrick.

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SISTERS (23) — Justin Harrer8,Pollard 7,Luloff2, c Moore z Gill 2,Adams2, Kreminski, Gladden,stadeli, Larson, HMooreTotals111-723. LA PINE(40) — Cam eron Kraft, 15,Parsons8, J Ram> rez 8, Boen6, w>eber z A Ram irez t Turnsplenty, Young,Smith,Skopp,Siauw Totals14 9-9 40. Sisters 6 9 6 2 — 23 La Pine 1 1 3 12 14 — 40 Three-poingoal t s—Sisters; none;LaPine;Kraft 3.

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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 20'I3

Golfers Continued from C1 Lind — who twice during her high school career finished in the top 10 at the Class 5A state championship, including a third-place finish in 2008 — is one of three Central Oregon golfers who played NCAA DivisionIgolf duringthe2012fall golf season. And she is one of only two area players on a D-I roster this spring. Struggling with her short game, Lind played in just two of OSU's four t ournaments during the fall, both times as an individual. But her mental game — and with it, her short game — is coming around just in time, she

says. "My game is in a good spot," says Lind, who has averaged a respectable 81.37 strokes per round in her career. "I wasn't playing as well as I wanted to in the fall. So I have been working on some things because I want to end here on a good note. And I feel like I am in a good spot to do that." An industrial engineering major,the 22-year-old expects to graduate next winter. After her collegiate golf career ends in May, Lind will continue to compete in tournaments such as the Oregon Amateur Championship, she says. But she has work to do first. The Beavers have g o od chemistry and can improve on lastyear's performance, which got them to the 2012 NCAA West Regional, she says.

Locals playingcollegegolf A list of Central Oregonians currently playing college golf, and how each performed during the 2012 fall golf season.

DIVISION I GOLFERS Dylan Cramer(Summit), fr., Utah State — Did not play. Jesse Heinly (Summit), jr., Xavier (Gincinnati) —Played all 18 rounds andwas second on theteam with a scoring average of 74.5 strokes per round before transferring back to Concordia University.

Chelsey Lind (Mountain View), sr., OregonState — Played in two tournaments, both as an individual, including a 45th-place finish at the Rose City Collegiate in Portland in October.

Lindsay Reeve(Redmond), jr., Montana — Played all 15 rounds and shot season-best rounds of 77 onthree different occasions. SMALL-SCHOOL GOLFERS Jared Lamdert (Redmond),so., CorhanUniversity (Salem)Started the season with three top-five finishes and leads the team

spending three years at New Mexico State, including a redshirt season. F or Reeve, wh o w a s a state co-champion of C l ass 4A/3A/2A/IA in 2008 at Sisters High before graduating from Redmond High in 2009,the change to the colder climate has actually been a breath of fresh air. "I just really enjoy Montana and I love the school here," Reeve says. "I think that really helps with my golf, too, just being happier where I am at." Reeve, 22, played in all five of the Grizzlies' fall tournaments, posting a scoring average of 80.9, third best on the

team among players to play a

CENTRALOREGON INDOOR GOLF Winter League Week Eight, Jan. 22-24 at Simulation ofSpyglass Hill Nine-Hole uet BestBall 1, Mara Mccleery/DaniMccleery/AdrianAlbi,25. Kps —GwilEvans, No.a W inter LeagueWeekNine,Jan.29-31 at Simulation ofAugustaNational Nine-Hole MatchPlay Winners —TimGregor, 1up; DonGregor 2and1; TJ.Zeulke, 4and 3;TyFreeborn, 1 Up;Kent Kramer, 1Up;Gwil Evans,2and 1; Tom Baker, 4 and3, Mikevetterick, 3 and2; scott Mekech,3 and 2;JerryMartin, 2and1; MarkWolter,2 and1;RickMckeone,

Playoff winners —TimGregor,DonGregor, DaveGillet,Rick Mckeone, MarkWolter, SteveShelton.

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ers. That's splitting up the fault. C oach D an a A l t m an traces most of the miscues to "a lack of b all movement," when th e D u cks aren't working fo r o p en shots. What often results is a player attempting to create something himself. That also m ight h ave been shown Wednesday by Oregon's season-low four assists. Its previous low in a Pac-12 game was 10, and in four ofthe first seven conference games, the Ducks had 17 or more assists. As Singler said, again, after the loss to Stanford, "We're at our best when we're making plays for each other." And not so good when they're turning it over. Cal is coming off a 7168 home win over Oregon State on Thursday night. The Golden Bears are seeking their 10th consecutive win over the Ducks in the series, including an 86-83 win over Oregon when the two teams met last February at CaL

— Reporter: 541-6i7-7868, zhall~bendbulletin.com.

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Men's Golf ClubPorkypin Playday,Jan. 29 Stroke Play A Flight (0-15 handicaps) —Gross:1, AlKellogg,6a 2, Mac Kilgo,71. 3,FrankEarls, 74. Nec 1,BobHolloway,6a 2, Jerry Harris,61.3, MontyModrell, 65. B Flight (16 and higher) — Gross: 1,JoeGriffin, 74.z Jack Martin, 80 3 (tie),JohnBearden,82; TomGilkey, 82. Net: 1, Tedcarlin, 59. 2, BobBengston, 61. 3 (tie), TomGilkey, 62; Richardwiggs, 6z EAGLECREST Men's Club, Jan. 30 at Ridge Course

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Jesse Heinly did not need long to acclimate himself to Division I golf. He did not stay long at that level either. The 2011 graduate of Bend's Summit High transferred from NAIA Concordia University in Portland to NCAA D-I Xavier University in Cincinnati in time for the 2012 fall season. Heinly, who is a 20-year-old sophomore, played in all six tournaments for Xavier and posted a scoring average of 74.5 strokes per round, good for second best on the team. But Heinly — who reached the semifinals of the 2012 Oregon Amateur — decided the school, its golf program and Ohio were not for him. So he returned toConcordia for the school's spring semester. Under transfer rules, Heinly is required to sit out this spring and plans to help coach the team while he waits to play next year, he says. "It's good to be back," says Heinly. "I missed Oregon and the Northwest."

full slate. That was an improvement for Reeve, who posted a scoring average of 83.61 in 12 tournaments over two seasons at New Mexico State. "I struggled a little bit down 89.2 strokes per round. there," says Reeve, who says Andy Roddy(Redmond), jr., Hawaii Pacific —Played in all four she was attracted to NMSU fall events, including a 22nd-place finish at the 54-player Dennis because of the desert climate Rose Invitational in Hawaii. of Las Cruces, in far southern Jonathan Standen(Sisters), jr., Whitman College (Walla Walla, New Mexico. "I just feel like I Wash.) —Did not play. have more support here with my coachand teammates." Reeve landing in w estern That would be a perfect end ers heading into the spring golf Montana is no fluke. Her famto what Lind calls the "bitseason: ily owns property just north of tersweet" next few m onths: Missoula, where UM is located, A newhome marking both an ending AND and in her younger years she a beginning. Sometimes finding the right would visit frequently during "I've had a great experience place to play college golf means summers. here at Oregon State — golf more than just searching for The University of Montana and school," Lind says. "I'd do it warmer weather. is located in an area not unlike all over again in a heartbeat." Lindsay Reeve transferred Central Oregon in population, Here is a look at some other to the University of Montana geography and climate. She Central Oregon collegiate golf- before the fallseason after knew of the relatively rabid

Club Results

Continued from C1 It wasn't even the worst p erformance in a w e e k , b ecause Oregon had 2 3 turnovers in last Saturday's home victory over Washington. The Ducks average 15.9 turnovers, most in the Pac-12. "It's been a problem all year," senior E.J. Singler sa>d. And Oregon will hope to clean up that problem this afternoon when the Ducks take on California (12-8, 4-4) at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley. Is it the absence of starting point guard Dominic Artis? Hi s r e placements had nine turnovers between them against Washington, but new starter Johnathan Loyd was charged with only one against Stanford in 23 minutes (though Willie Moore had four in the other 17 minutes). But when Oregon had 10 turnovers in the first half against Stanford, on its 36 offensivepossessions, those

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with a scoring average of 76.1. Zach Mode(Summit), fr., CordanUniversity (Salem) — Did not play. Hailey Ostrom(Mountain View), fr., George FoxUniversity (Newherg) —Played in three fall events with a scoring average of

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following for U M a t h letics. She also clicked well with Griz coach Emily Milberger. That combination helped Reeve decide that Montana would be the perfect spot to achieve her golf goals. "My goal is to win a tournament, and if not, get a top-10 spot," Reeve says. "I think I can do that here with the coaching and the support."

one, Two,Three Lowuet 1, ReedSloss/Roger Palmer/RonBrown/Ralf Schmidt, 121. z Dan Broadley/Jerrycoday/Hankcavender/pat Kenny,127. 3, Jim Hawkes/RogerEdgerly/peter c'Reily/AngeloRadatti, 128.4 (tie), TimSIN ope/Jim Kelly/Jerry Rogers/Billy Balding, 130;Ray schad t/JohnBoynton/GaryJackson/DanMyers,13a6,HankMccauley/DennisFlinn/MikeReynolds/SteveGould,134.

EVENTS

CLINICSORCLASSES Saturdays —Seriesof tune-upgolf climcsfor ladiesat Central

TetherOWdemOday — TaylorMade will

Oregon Indoor Golf insoutheastBend. BobGarza, director of instruction atLostTracksGolf club inBend,wil teachshort game(Feb 2I, irons(Feb.9), hybridsandfairwaywoods(Feb.16), anddrivers (Feb. 23). Each clinic begins at1 p.m.andcost is $65to attendall tourlessons.Formoreinformation or to register: AnnaRobbins atskisrar@ bendbroad band.com.

be hosting a free demo day at Tetherow Golf Club in Bend today as part of the grand opening

celebration for TheTetherow Golf Academy building. The event, led by Mike Lewis, the academy's director of instruction, will include

TOURNAMEN TS Feb. 2 —SuperBowl ScrambleatMeadowLakesGolf Course

demos of TaylorMadeequipment including the company's new r1driver, which goeson sale to the public on thesameday. Opento the public, the event includes appetizers, bever-

in Prineville<safourperson scramble. Event teesoffw>tha10am. shotgun.Costis $15plus greenfee. Formoreinformation orto register,calltheMeadowLakespro shopat541-447-7113. Feb. 22 — CentralOregonWinter Series eventat Crooked RiverRanchAggregateshamble begins with an n a m. shotgun. Two-personteamswith nomorethanoneprotessional allowedper team.Costis $30for professionals, $50toramateurs. Cost includes grossandnetskinscompetitions. Cartcostsextra. All playersmust sign upbynoonontheThursdaybeforetheevent. Toregister orfor more information,call PatHufer, headproat CrookedRiverRanch, at 541-923-6343 or email himatcrrpat@crookedriverranch.com.

ages, samples of TaylorMade Lethal golf balls, and a drawing for an r1 driver and Adidas golf

shoes. For more information, call Tetherowat 541-388-2582. — Bulletin staff report

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Super Bowl Continued from C1 "There's a t r adition with the San Francisco 49ers, but I think these guys are paving their own way," said Hall of Fame receiverand three-time champion Jerry Rice. "They're

playing with a lot of swagger." Or as owner Denise DeBartolo York said, "We've come full circle and the dynasty will prevail." New Orleans has come full circle, too. Ravaged by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, losing a quarter of its population, abandoned by the Saints for an entire season, the city couldn't imagine hosting another Super Bowl. But as New O rleansrecovered and rebuilt, it envisioned staging what Patriots owner Robert Kraft calls "the p r e-eminent s p orting event." The NFL agreed it was time to return. And even if Commissioner Roger Goodell is despised here afterslapping the Saints with suspensions and fines in the bounty scandal, the vibes from the French Quarter and Warehouse District this week have been supportive, even uplifting. "It's also terrific for us to be back here in New Orleans,"

Goodell said, j oking about voodoo dolls in his likeness. "Our 10th Super Bowl here, the first since Katrina, and it's clear this city is back bigger and better than ever." There's the tale of the head coaching brothers, Baltimore's John and San Francisco's Jim, the first siblings to face off in a Super Bowl. And Ray Lewis, the pre-eminent l i nebacker of his generation on his selfp roclaimed last r i de . ( H i s farewell party was somewhat sidetracked for two days this week when Lewis waved off a report that he tried to get unusual products like deer-antler spray to speed his recovery from an arm injury that side-

lined him for 10 games.) "There are so many storylines to this game that make it bigger than just th e Super Bowl," 49ers CEO Jed York sa>d. Such as the Harbaughs plot about sons of a lifetime coach who took different paths to the top of the NFL. This week's family reunion has been lightheatted, though that figures to

change Sunday.

"It's probably a little tougher emotionally," John Harbaugh said of facing his brother. "It's a little tougher just from the sense of I don't think you think

about it when you're coaching against somebody else; it's more about the scheme and the strategy. There's a little bit of a relationship element that's more strong than maybe coaching against s omeone else. "I'll have a better answer for you afterthe game. I've never been through this before. This is all new." And oh-so-new for the QBs, Joe Flacco and Colin Kaepernick. Flacco is no fluke, holding the career record for road playoff wins with six. But until outplaying Peyton Manning and Tom Brady this year, he hadn't gotten the Ravens to the Super BowL He has eight touchdowns passes and no interceptions in the postseason, padding a resume that soon will make him one very highly paid quarterback: Flacco's contract expires after this game. Even with a franchise

tag applied by Baltimore (136), he'll make about $14.6 million next season. "I think when you talk about winning as quarterbacks in the playoffs," Flacco said, "I would think that all of them have Super Bowl victories. So that's really the only one that matters, and that's what we're trying to get."

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2013

BRIEFING

Jodless rate holds steady American employers added 157,000 jobs in

January compared with a revised 196,000 jobs the previous month, the Labor Department

reported Friday. The unemployment rate was little changed at 7.9

percent, about where it has been stucksince

September. On the bright side, revised government data showed that

the economy added 335,000 more jobs than originally estimated dur-

ing all of 2012, including an additional 150,000 in the last quarter of

the year. That wason top of the previously reported fourth-quarter job growth of 603,000 and 2012 growth of 2.2 million.

en sa u By Tim Doran The Bulletin

A Bend tech company is playing a behind-the-scenes role in the events surrounding Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Football fans participating in the interactive NFL Experience, which offers football clinics for kids, games and other entertainment, sign an electronic waiver created by Smartwaiver, a 9-month-old Bend startup with offices near the Old Mill District. "We're just extremely excited being such a young company to have the NFL as an account," said Daryl McCarl, marketing director. When users on the National Football League's NFL Experience site follow the link to fill out the liability waiver, it takes them to Smartwaiver's website,

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although the Web address is the only clue. The page carries the NFL logo. The NFL selected Smartwaiver to handle its first effort at using digital waivers, McCarl said. Smartwaiver also provided digital waivers for the BCS National Championship Fan Zone, which is similar to the NFL Experience. Other customers include yoga studios, crossfit gyms and outdoor recreation events, McCarl said. Just about any business that uses waivers could be a potential customer. "We estimate there are millions of waivers signed every day," he said. Digital waivers have several advantages over paper forms, McCarl said.

They eliminate digging through storage boxes to find records. They improve ac-

Photo courtesy of Smartwaiver

Mark Silliman, seen here at Smartwaiver's Bend office, co-founded the company that provides digital liability waivers for activities like the NFL Experience, which is an activity at Super Bowl XLVII. curacy. Users fill out forms using a keyboard or similar device. They don't fill them out in pen. Digital records alsobecome ready-made lists

of customers who have given permission to receive more information. The creation of Smartwaiver grew out of the found-

ers'interest and experience in outdoor recreation, McCarl said. As avid climbers, both Mark Silliman and Andy Laakmann have had to fill out liability waivers. They figuredthe process could be improved and brought their high-tech backgrounds to the task. Each had previously built tech companies. Silliman created Spadout, a website that aggregates information about skiing, climbing and otheroutdoor recreation gear and allows users to compare prices and features. And Laakmann co-founded Webshots, the first public photo sharing site on the Internet. Webshots was sold to Excite.com in 1999 for $82 million in stock, according to an Associated Press report. — Reporter: 541-383-0360 tdoran@bendbultetinicom

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14.5 million new cars and trucks. — From wire reports

Islamic clothing is getting a bit more hip. Southern California, home to one of the largest Muslim communities in the nation, has become fertil e ground for a new generation of designers crafting clothes for women who are limited by faith and conviction from flashing too much skin. Although Muslim women have been dressing fashionably for years, many in the U.S. say they still face tricky challenges when getting dressed — and especially

TODAY • Smartphone altd tablet workshop:Answers to frequently asked questions; free;8:30 a.m.; U.S. Cellular, 3197 N. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-385-0853. MONDAY • Know ExcelFor Beginners:Learn basics of this spreadsheet program andcreate a simple address book; 12:30 p.m.;La Pine Public Library,16425 First St.; 541-536-0515. TUESDAY • Young professionals network:5:30 p.m.;The Pig and Pound, 423 S.W. Eighth St., Redmond; 54 I -526-1697. • Buncofundraiser: Play bunco, with instructions; reservations requested; proceeds benefit Soroptimist lnternational of Bend's projects; $20; 6-8 p.m.; Jake's Diner, 2210 N.E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; 541-382-1753 or www.sibend.org. WEDNESDAY • Central Oregon Farm Fair and Trade Show: Educational programs; presentation groupings about wheat, alfalfa, precision application technology, the role of organic matter in the soil and where nitrogengoes in the soil and plants; two hours of pesticide recertification credit will be provided Thursday afternoon from1:30-3:30 p.m.; for Crop Consultant Advisors there will be 7.5 hours of recertification credit available over the two day event; free; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.;Jefferson County Fair Complex, 430 S.W. Fairgrounds Road, Madras; 541-475-7107. • Howto Select the Right Franchise: This workshop is designed to help participants decide whether franchise ownership is right for them; participants will learn about howtochoose afranchise, howto arrange financing, and other critical details; registration required; free; 6-9 p.m.; Central OregonCommunity College,2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-383-7290.

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ingcompany Mohajababes. The name is a mash-up of the words "babe" and "Muhajiba," or one who wears a hijab scarf. "Trying to conform to Muslim dresscodes,yo u getstuck in a rut of black, black, black all the time," said Ahmed, 26. "It's definitely very difficult, especially in the U.S. You want to fit in, but still be appropriately dressed."

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Mahum Tahir, 14, picks out scarves with her mom Fouzia Tahir, 42, at Al-Anwar in Anaheim, Calif. Muslim Americans craving fashionable yet conservative apparel are getting a hand from local and national designers who are catering to the trend-conscious.

The Associated Press KLAMATH FALLS — Three reti red Jeld-Wen employees filed a federal lawsuit alleging the Klamath Falls-based door-and-window maker unlawfully cost them hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement payouts. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in Medford on behalf of Robert Jimerson, Phillip Bellotti and Bradley Snodgrass, the Klamath Falls Herald and News reported. It alleges the company violated federal law by amending the benefit payout structure of its Employee Stock Ownership Plan. The men claim they suffered a collective loss of value

approaching $650,000. The So she and her sister scraped together $2,000 and began selling caftans and rhinestone accessories for head scarves at the end of 2011. The line is modest — caftans sweep the floor and hang loosely on the body. Yet the jewel-colored clothing comes with feminine frills such as silky fabrics and metallic embroidery. Said-Ahmed said their goal was to dress fashionconscious shoppers who are faithful to Islamic mandates but want nothing to do with traditional black coverings such as abayas and burkas, which are too hot for the California sun. "There is a huge market

here for Muslims who can't access clothing like this," she said. "People were saying, 'Oh my God, that's amazing. I have been looking everywhere for this.'" Designers are opening stores, showing off wares at conventions and sending models down runways. They're hoping to make serious money: Southern California has a ready pool of more than half a million Muslims, said Munira Syeda, spokeswoman at the Council of Islamic-American Relations. Muslim Americans say the new designersmake getting dressed in the morning — and avoiding stares from people nervous about anyone

who looks remotely Middle Eastern — much easier. Amira Mertaban, 21, said young Muslim women like herself now have the confidence to remain true to Islam. Even a few years ago, she said, women who didn't want to look dour resorted to layering miniskirts on top of jeans. "If a non-Muslim looks at you, it obviously makes them more comfortable if they don't see the standard black that they see in the news all the time," the Chino Hills, Calif., college student said as she proudly showed off her pale pink hijab, striped maxi dressand stylish Marc Jacobs glasses. "Fashion has given Muslims a sense of relief."

lawsuit was also filed on behalf of potentially hundreds of otheremployees who could be affectedby the change. Jeld-Wen representatives did not return phone and

email messages seeking comment. All three plaintiffs ended their employment between 2005 and 2008, retiring under a plan that, if the plan participant was not yet 55 and eligible for early retirement, guaranteed payouts based on the valuation of Jeld-Wen's privately owned stock at the time their employment ended. The company's stock was strong until the housing bubble burst and sent shares tumbling more than 70 percent from 2007 to 2011.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • John Taylor, of RBC Wealth Management in Bend, was recently selected as member a of the firm's Portfolio Focus — Portfolio Manger Group. Taylor creates customized portfolios to meet clients' investmentneeds,manages portfolios and provides customer service. • Bend Area Habitat for Humanitywelcomes four new board members andtwo returning membersto its board of directors: Greg Blackmore, land development and builder service representative for First American Title; Kelly Fisher, client services manager for Housing Works' homeownership and client services programs; Sandy Crenshaw, licensed civil and structural engineer andcoownerof Bend Structural Engineering; Kristal Eddlngton, who has five years of experience with HOA management; Doug Watson, retired executive with Hewlett Packard and returning board member; and Bree Beal, volunteer, escrow officer, member of the Family Services Committee and a returning board member. • Susan Baileyhas beenelected as president of Neighborlmpact's board of directors. Bailey has served on the board for three years and recently headed the executive director search committee. She has worked for the city of Redmond Public Works Department for the last three years. •CindyKing,Rebekah Pahllsch and Jesslca Ardellan have joined TheHasson Company Central Oregon branch. King hasbeen alicensed

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communications director for Willis Builders. • Daniel Johnstonhas joined McGrath's Fish HouseinBendasthe new generalmanager. • Karen Van Winklehas been named Neighborlmpact's Employee of the Month for December, 2012. VanWinkle started with Neighborlmpact as anon-call human resources support staff member in 2010andcurrently works as a specialistfor the human resources and development departments. • Stuart Johns and Rob Hakala, both first vice presidents-financial advisers at RBCWealth Management in Bend,were recently selected to bemembers of the firm's Consulting Group. The group is for advisers recognized for their successin building consultative, fee-based

businesses. To qualify for the group, Johns and Hakala demonstrated a commitment to a consultant-based investment practice, helping clients build investment portfolios and maintaining an excellent record of customer service. • The 2013 Women's Council of Realtors leadership team, under the direction of Sandy Goodsell with Re/Max Revolution in Sisters, spent two half days in Sunriver with Jan McGowan NonProfit Consulting and special guests formulating an operating plan for 2013. Thisyear' schosentheme isEmpowerand Impact. • Gerald Hannon has joined Wells Fargo Advisors in Bend as a financial adviser and vice president — investments. Hannon previously worked for 21 years at ChaseInvestments as a financial adviser and has abachelor's degree in political science form OregonState University. Craig Marshall has joined Deschutes Brewery as its new south-central zonesales manager. Marshall is based in Phoenix andwill oversee salesand team members in Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Utah and NewMexico. He most recently served as anational account manager for AmeriGas for the western half of the United States. He has a degree in business from Arizona State University andmore than 20 years of experience insalesin the beverage and beer industries.


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SPOTLIGHT

Nature of Words names director The Nature of Words

board of directors announced Thursday that

• Demographers define generations bythe momentsthat they cameof age

Jamie Houghton has been appointed its interim executive director. The board of direc-

By Mac McLean •The Bulletin

tors ofthe Bend non-

al Efron worked at the same company for more than Generation, the baby boomers, or Generation X.

profit literary education

center and festival asked

three decades.

Robert McDowell to step down from his role as executive director,

according to Stephen Archer, board president. "It was mostly be-

cause of inter-office management and fundraising issues more than his literary vision or his grasp of the mission for The Nature of

Words," Archer said. McDowell had joined

NOW in May,replacing founder Ellen Waterston as executive director. "The transition

Demographersuse these terms to paintbroad strokes about

Shelly Johnson remembers a childhood when she p e ople based on the events that transpired as they matured "got to be free."

from teenagers to young adults, said Dick Goldberg, national

And, when asked about his adolescence, Jim Peterson

director of the Intergenerational Center at Temple University's

remembers coming of age at a relatively peaceful time when

Comi n g of Age Program. "For some people, these (generation-assigned characteristics)

technologyadvanced atavery rapid speed. Each of these three Central Oregon residents — who were

are right on target and for others, they are on the periphery," said

respectivel y born in 1928, 1953,and 1966 — represent some of Goldberg, whose program focuseson helping people who are 50 the characteristics assigned to them as members of the Silent

or o l der explore their future and connect with their community.

period between the founder and the future

of an organization is always difficult," Archer said. "I would not say that we are in a crisis

mode, but we are ina longer transition mode

between (Waterston) and the future direction than anyone would like

to see." Houghton has been with the organization since 2008, includ-

ing as creative writing instructor and program director.

"What this change

in leadership is doing is invigorating the board

to ...focusonhowthis particular nonprofit is going to function in the

community," Archersaid. Contact: www.thenatureofwords .org or 541-647-2233.

Service group gets new leader Big Brothers BigSisters of Central Oregon

recentl ynamedAmanda Gow executive director. Gowjoined J Bar J Youth Services, which

oversees BigBrothers Big Sisters, in early 2011

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fron, 85, was drafted into the U.S. Army in February 1946 and servedstateside fora coupleyears before he studied engineering at Tulane University. He spent34 yearsworking with Aerojet General Corp. before he retired and settled down in Bend. "The current generation feels they have rights and no responsibilities," Efron said as he candidly shared his thoughts about people who are entering the workforce today. "They think they inherited something but they didn't. You've got to work for it." Goldberg said Efron's work ethic and theimportance he placeson responsibility and commitment — traits common to his Silent Generation — largely

ohnson, 59, remembers an idyllic childhood when she and her friends got a chance to ride their bikes as late as they wanted to without concern. But this world quicklychanged one morning when she watched television coverage of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in her fifth-grade classroom. "That was huge," Johnson said as she looked back on watching this moment and the subsequent murder of Kennedy's assassin Lee Harvey Oswald on the classroom TV. "We were all kind of shaken and wondering, what's going to happen next?" Johnson said. The events that happened over the next 10 years as Johnson grew up included the deployment of the first American ground troops in the Vietnam War, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Apollo space missions. The cultural revolution of the late 1960s, the antiwar movement and other cultural hallmarksalso occurred. Because of this tumultuous time, Goldberg said, members of the baby boom generation see themselves as "change agents"regardless ofwhether they were personally involved in any of these moments or simply watched them occur. "We got to have a say in what we did," said Goldberg, a boomer who was born in 1947. Most definitions for the baby boom generation cover birth years between 1946 and 1964,

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stem from his coming of age during the Great Depression and World War II. Though Efron doesn't personally remember life in the Depression that much and missed World War II by four months, he formed his values at a time when the country came together and rallied around a common goal, the demographer explained. "Peoplehad a very solid experience of patriotism and top-down authority (during this time) that carried into their personal lives," Golderg said as he described the Silent Generation,

a groupofpeoplewho came ofage between 1925 and 1945. Members ofthisgeneration, born between 1929 and 1945, are also referred to as Traditionalists or the Lucky Few because of their strong sense of duty and because their num-

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Hal Efron, born1928. bers were fewer than the generations that preceded them. According to the Population Reference Bureau, a private, nonprofit organization that studies population trends worldwide, this sense of loyalty and commitment is also reflected in the generation's personal lives. More than 21.6 percent of the men and 52.6 percent of the women in this generation — which the bureau calls the Lucky Few — were marriedbefore their20th birthday, while 84.9 percent of the men and 90.8 percent ofthe women were marriedbefore they turned 29. But these statistics, like others, would change considerably when the next generation of adults came of age.

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Shelly Johnson, born 1953. although some demographers split the generation in half because of its enormous size. Goldberg said one of the most notable features of this generation was that so many of its women attended and graduated college — something that Johnson did but her mother did not — so they could join the workforce as professionals. Twenty-six percent of baby boomer women completed at least four years of college, according to the Population Reference Bureau, compared to Silent Generation women who had a graduation rate of only 13 percent. SeeGenerations /D5

since 1994andserves more than 300 children. It pairs at-risk youths with

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Tour desChutes registration open Registration is open for the ninth annualTour des Chutes. The local cyclingevent, a fundraiser for cancerrelated organizations, is scheduled for Saturday,

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as or in s erse innee By Barbara Brotman

eulogy." At the same time, another ministry has blossomed: Church members are now ministering to her. Some 125 former and current congregants have stepped forward to join Team Julie, a care effortorganized by First United's deacons. Coordinating their efforts online, they are bringing Harley meals, staying with her for lunch or dinner, taking her to m edical appointments a n d praying with her. When Harley, a d ivorced mother of two daughters in college, could no longer navigate the steps to her secondfloor condo, Team Julie found her an apartment in an elevator building across the street from First United, with a view of its m editation labyrinth. They furnished the apartment for her and moved her in. Team members volunteer for tasksshe posts online so quickly that "if you don't sign up the same day that possibilities become available, you can find yourself shut out for a month or more," church member Tom Wolford said. For all the bedside visits she made over the years, the prayers she gave, the listening ear she offered, "We want to pay it back and pay it forward," said church member Sandy Jefferson, r e calling

BEND CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: Pastor Charlie Endicott; Sunday at10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group: Wednesday at 7p.m.; 19831 Rocking Horse Road, Bend.

BENDCHURCHOFTHENAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "Prayer Basics — Lesson 2"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; TheClassic Gospel Sons will perform a concert at 6 p.m. today; 1270 N.E.27th St., Bend. COMMUNITY OF CHRIST: Evangelist Carolyn Brock; "Challenged bythe Truth," based on Luke4:21-30; Sunday at11 a.m., following 10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 CooleyRoad, Bend. DISCOVERY CHRISTIAN CHURCH:Pastor Dave Orullinger; "The Coming out Party," based onJohn 2:1-11; Sundayat10 a.m.; 334 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend.

EASTMONT CHURCH:Pastor John Lodwick; "Omnipotent," from the series "God Is" based onJeremiah 32:17and Colossians1:17; Sunday at 9and 10:45 a.m.; 62425 EagleRoad, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSECHURCHOFGOD: Pastor Shelia Wills; "Followers Give Their Best," as part of the series, "AreYouCrazy"; Sunday at10a.m.; 61690 Petti grew Road,Bend.TheyouthgroupmeetsW ednesdayat7 p.m.

Photos byChuck Berman/Chicago Tribune

The Rev. Julie Harley, 52, center, leads a prayer with her daughters Emma, 19, left, Rachel, 21, second from right, and parishioner Ann Armstrong, right. Harley is stepping down as lead pastor at First United Church in Oak Park, III., as she battles a quickly worsening case of ALS. who are going to miss me." She doesn't complain. She is grateful for the outpouring of help, the spiritual lesson of learning to accept help and the stream of visitors so constant that, she said with a grin, "every day is like an open house here."

Dealing withmortality Harley doesn't fear death. "I have been with so many

people who are dying and have conducted so many funerals that I've had a lot of time and opportunity to think about what my own death will be like," she said. "If anybody has dealt with their mortality, how Harley visited his dying very brutal." I have. "I do believe in life after partner every week. Acquiescing to her daughters' concerns, she retired. death. I am not afraid." Prime of pastoral life "Mentally and s piritually, C hurch m e m bers h a v e H arley had been fi t a n d I'm still the same, but physi- watched her response to her healthy, a vegetarian, cyclist, cally, I can barely answer the illness with awe. "She has this really, really s wimmer and r u nner w h o phone," Harley said. had completed a triathlon and Her Dec. 6 open letter to her strong sense of faith," Crowell a half-marathon. After servchurch community minced no said. "She's not afraid. She's ing at several churches and a words: "I will soon need a pow- sorry, she's sad — she has two socialservice agency in sub- er wheelchair. It is likely that young daughters — but death urban Chicago, she was four my breathing, speaking and itself holds no fear for her. years into her position at First eating will also be impaired. That to me is amazing." "I heard her say she didn't United and felt she was in the Most people with ALS die of prime of her pastoral life. Her respiratory failure within 3-5 fear death, and it wasn't just daughters, Rachel, 21, and years." talk," church member Bob "It all happened so fast," Haisman said. "She's locked Emma, 19, were in college but not far away. Life was good. c hurch me m b e r A l is o n in this life-and-death struggle, Then last May, Harley be- Valderrama said. "It just really in front of all of us, so it's very gan losing her balance when shocked people." public, and she is exemplary. she ran. She couldn't put her Church members struggled It's one thing to talk about all leg on the kitchen counter to to make sense of it. this, but she was talking about "You take this in a context it as she was doing it, as her stretch. She fell down in her bedroom. of a religious institution, and it body just gave way." By July, she was using a becomes more difficult to proHarley is under no illusions cane; by September, a walker. cess in a way," Kevin Crowell about what lies ahead. She She hid nothing from the said. "Bad things aren't sup- wrote a booklet about end-ofcongregation as she under- posed to happen to good peo- life care decisions in 1994, and went a long battery of tests ple. And Julie is a very good now has been updating those as doctors tried to determine person." decisionsfor herself.She plans what was wrong. She asked H arley w r estles w it h i t to have a do-not-resuscitate orfor prayers and help. Through herself. der and is wrestling with the "I don't think God sends grim questionof whether she Team Julie and t h e L o t sa Helping Hands website, which tragedy to people. I feel that would want to be kept alive coordinatescaregiver support, physical illness is just one of on a respirator if she loses the she got both. the facts of life. I'm not angry ability to breathe. On Nov. 19, she was diag- at God," she said. Probably not, she thinks. nosed with ALS. Still, "I would say I am mysUntil then, she is t aking And she knew exactly what tified," Harley said. "Here I her pleasures in l ife where it meant. am doing good work and liv- she finds them, which she "It's pretty much the worst ing a good life and trying to still d o es, a n d t r e asuring one you can get," Harley said do good. It's hard to be cut off her friendships and serious with difficulty while sitting from that." conversations. "It's not like my m i nistry in her wheelchair-accessible T he most painful part i s apartment. thinking about her daughters. is over; it's just taking a new "It's a very cruel disease be"I think it's really harder on form," Harley said. cause you maintain your mind them than on me," she said. And after27 years of ministill the end of your life," she "I'm an adult. I can deal with tering to others, "I'm getting it said. "I know it's going to be my mortality. They're the ones all back." Harley gets help with her email correspondence and scheduling from parishioner Janet Haisman. Members of Harley's flock have enlisted in Team Julie to help their pastor manage everyday tasks.

VOICES OF FAITH

Does Godcontrol who becomesour leader? The Kansas City Star

To submit service information or announcements for religious organizations, email bulletin@bendbulletin.com or call 541-383-0358. ANTIOCH CHURCH:Senior Pastor Ken Wytsma; "Love the Lord Your God with All Your Mind"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; ReduxQ-and-A after the service; BendHighSchool,230 N.E.Sixth St.,Bend.

Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — Early in her pastoral career, the Rev. Julie Harley encountered a woman with ALS, bent over in a wheelchair. It struck her as a particularly cruel illness — incurable, often hitting in t he prime of life, immobilizing the body while leaving the mind intact. It still strikes her that way, but now it's her ordeal as well. Harley, 52, u n ti l r e cently the lead pastor of F i r st United Church of Oak Park, Ill., learned toward the end o f November that she h a s amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. It has progressed with fearsome speed. She is using a m otorized w h eelchair, h a s around-the-clock c a regivers and needs a breathing machine at night. Her speech is impaired, and she can barely hold a coffee cup. The illness has robbed her of the ability to minister to church members in the way she had for the past four and a half years. She retired in December. But ALS has not ended her ministry. For church members, Harley's illness is a tragedy but also a powerful lesson in facing adversity with faith, courage and even humor. Though she has some difficulty speaking, she has no trouble thinking about matters of life, death and meaning. And the shortness of the time she has left has stripped m any c o nversations w i t h church members down to their essence. To her joy, a number have told her how much she has meant to them. "They speak to you very honestly and openly because they know there's not much time left," Harley said. "In a way, I'm listening to my own

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redemption was dragged off course while humanity cared God meant it for good for those whose lives Hitler Rabbi Mark Levinof Congredestroyed. We have the opporgtztion Beth Torah, Overland tunity and the responsibility to Park, Kan.: choose our government. Our The B i bl e d e m onstrates representatives' moral choices how God's greater purposes fall partially on our shoulders. a re achieved t h rough t h e It's not that they do not bear events of history. For instance, the heavy burden of taking the Joseph's descent into Egypt lead. But we must direct their with the entire Hebrew peo- actions, through our commuple achievedthe slavery pre- nication and votes, to achieve dicted in Genesis 15, but the that which is right. It's difficult same results might have oc- work. curred with a different series Therefore, it is we who conof events. Otherwise, Joseph's trol our leadership, and we brothers would not have been who are responsible that they culpable for their deeds. As execute our will. God does Joseph says at the end of Gen- not selectleaders. God shows esis, "You meant it for evil, but us the right path. We are free God meant it for good." to choose. Likewise, we colNonetheless, we are entirely lectively bear the weight of responsible for our a ctions. leaders' positive or negative God grants free will. Corrupt achievements. God w atches dictators are not God's agents. us, but the selection is excluGod's purpose of the world's sively our own.

Remember the Prince Of Peace The Rev. Betty HannaWitherspoon, pastor ofEbenezer A.M.E. Church: What a challenging question coming so soon after our national elections. African Methodists are a people who believe that Christians should represent the voices of the prophets and the ministry of Jesus in and to the world. We believe that faith compels us not only to pray, but to advocate for justice. We have learned, however, that we can differ on what justice means in a particular moment. Therefore, we take our understanding, work hard for what we believe, and acknowledge that the outcome is a product of faith, work and the mystery that we name God. We believe that God is always in control, but God requires our

FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH:Lead pastor Steven Koski "Earth Fitness," as part of the series "ANew Resolvefor a NewWorld"; Sunday at the 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m. services; 230 N.E.Ninth St., Bend.

FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The Rev.Thom Larson;"W hento Go," basedon Luke4:21-30;Sunday at9and11a.m.;680 N.W .BondSt.,Bend. FOUNDRY CHURCH(FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH): Teaching Elder Syd Brestel; "Working out OurSalvation" based onPhilippians 2; Sundayat 10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W.Oregon Ave., Bend. GRACE FIRST LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Going Home" and"GrowingUp";Sundayat9:30 a.m.;2265 N.W.Shevlin ParkRoad, Bend. GRACE REFORMED PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: PastorOanOillard;"Godand Childr en,"based onGenesis1:28;Sundayat10:30 a.m.;62162 Hamby Road, Bend.

JOURNEY CHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; a series through the book of Ruth; Sunday at9a.m.and 10:30 a.m;70 N.W .NewportAve.,Bend. NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: Ronald Werner Jr.; "Cliff Jumping with Jesus," basedon Luke4:21-30;Sunday at9a.m.and11a.m.;Sundayat6 p.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend. NEW HOPECHURCH:Astaff panel will answer questions about New Hope Church's vision, direction and purpose; today at 6p.m. andSundayat 9 and 10:45 a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH:Pastor Mike Yunker; "The Love of the Father, "basedon Hebrews12;Sundayat8,9:30and11a.m.;2880 N.E.27th St., Bend.

RIVERWOODSCHURCH: Pastor Rene Houle; "The Weapons: Living in Victory," based on Revelation12:11; Sunday at11 a.m.; 60377 Cinder Butte Road, Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OFTHE CASCADES:Guestspeaker Kelsey Collins; "What Is This ThingCalled God?Part 2"; Sunday at 9a.m.; held at The OldStone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGS OF LIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelistand Bible teacher Eddie Cienda; Wednesdays at7 p.m.;TheSound GardenStudio,1279 N.E.SecondSt., Bend. TRINITYLUTHERAN CHURCH:TheRev.PatrickRooney;"TheMagicW ord," based on John 2:1-11;Sunday at 8 a.m. and11 a.m.; 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road, Bend. WESTSIDECHURCH:Pastor Ken Johnson; "Signs of Life, Part1 — Water intoWine";todayat6:30 p.m.and Sundayat8,9and10:45a.m.;2051 N.W . Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDE SOUTHCAMPUS: Pastor Ken Johnson; "Signs of Life, Part1Water into Wine"; Sunday at 9 am. and1030 am.;1245 SE. Third St., Bend. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: GuestspeakerThe Rev.Or.Oon Shaw; "Getting It Right," based onJeremiah1:21-30 and Luke4:21-30; Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11a.m.; 529 N.W. 19th St., Redmond. EMMAUS LUTHERANCHURCH: TheRev.David Poovey;"TheGreatestGift Is Love," based on1 Corinthians13:13; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175 S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond. GRACE LUTHERANCHURCH AT EAGLE CREST: PastorRandy VanMehren; "Faith Is RenewedThrough Repentance, Otherwise It Evaporates Without Anyone Knowing It"; Sunday at10:30a.m.; EagleCrest Banquetand Conference Facility,1522Cline Falls Road, Redmond. ST.PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father John Pennington; "Proper Ground," basedon Luke8:4-15;communionservice;Sundayat10a.m.;Southwest 12th Avenueand Forest Avenue, Redmond. SHEPHERD'SVALLEYCOWBOYCHURCH: Pastor Jordan Weaver; Sunday at 9 a.m. and10:30 a.m.; in the cafe ofTheRimRock Riders Equestrian Facility, Brasada Ranch, 17037 S.W.Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte. AGAPEHARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Youth group Wednesday at 7 p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, La Pine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCHATSUNRIVER: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "JesusSeekingtheCondemned,"based onLuke23:33-43,aspartofthe series "Jesus on aMission"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIA LUTHERANMISSION: The Rev.Wilis Jenson; "Preaching the Gospel Is Important BecauseGod Himself Is a Preacher of the Gospel to Save and Give MenLife Eternal," based on Luke4:43; Sundayat11 a.m.; held at Terrebonne GrangeHall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. ANNUAL SHROVETUESDAY COMMUNITY PANCAKE SUPPER: Opentothe public; donations accepted; 5-7 p.m. Feb.12; St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 807 E. First St., Prineville; contact 541-447-5813.

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"Star of David" Judaism CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541 -548-2974 www,redmondchristian.org SundayWorship 9:00 am 8 10:30 am

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FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER

1049 NE 11th St.• 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

9:30am Sunday Educational Classes 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike will be sharing his message, "Life Changing Prayer Life" in the Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 am.

Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith lourney Groups meet throughout the week in small groups,

please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com REDMOND ASSKMBLY OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS

Morning Worship 8:30 am F 10:30 am Life groups 9 am Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am Evening Worship 6 pm WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com •

EASTMONT CHURCH

NE Neff Rd., I/2 mi. E. of St. Charles Medical Center Sundays 9:00 a.m. F 10:45 a.m. Worship Services Sundays 6:00 p.m. Hispanic Worship Service Weekly Bible Studies and Ministries for all ages Contact: 541-382-5822 Pastor John Lodwick www.eastmontchurch.com

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COMM U N ITY BIBLK CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOI.

SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - II 15 am Nursery Care available

• Women'sBibleStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept. - May • Youth Ministry (gr 7-12) Wednesdays 6:15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 8 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times. "Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

High School activities Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161

Sunday Worship Services: 8.00 am, 9.30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 930 am 8 11:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org •

BERKAN BIBLE CHURCH In Partnershipwith

American Missiontrry Fellowship Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756

We preachtlie goodnewso(IesusChrist, singgreatfiymns o(jaitfi, arrd searchtheSrriptures together. Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Study - Thursday, 10:30 am Teaching from the KIV and NKIV 13ible Pastor Ed Nelson 541-777-0784

www.redmondbbc.org

full child care 11 am Service (Full child care) For information, please call ...

HOLY REDEKMER, LA PINE

16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass — 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00 pm HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER

18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am, Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm

Sunday mass 8:00 am

EASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100 (South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 SundaySchool: 10 am W ed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided.

Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon-2 pm

Religion of the I.ight and Sound of God Experience an Eckankar Community HU Learn how to sing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, pronounced like the word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, singing HU can bring you greater happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state of consciousness to the Divine Being. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love. Singing HU can help you experience: • Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release of fears • Answers to your questions For more information please visit www.eckankar.org or www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476.

Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9: 15 am •

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff

Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631 NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AMF 7:00 PM Domingo 12:3 0 PM — Misa en Espanol Jueves7;00PM - Misa en Espanol Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM - 4:45 PM - English Thursday 6:00 PM - 7.00 PMEnglish o Espanol Domingo 11:15 AM - 12:15PM - Espanol

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 469 NW Wall St. ' 541-382-5542 www.trinitybend.org

Sunday Schedule 8 am Holy Eucharist 9:15 am Education for All Ages 10:15 am Holy Eucharist

(w/nursery care 8 Godly Play) 5 pm Holy Eucharist (in St. Helens Hall) The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector

THE SALVATION ARMY

755 NE 2nd Street, Bend 541 -389-8888 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service - 11:00 am Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6;00 pm Sunday 9;00, 10;45 am, Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

Corner of NW Franklin 8 Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM Monday — Friday 7:00AM 8 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM Exposition F Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7.00 AM Mass6:00 PM Thursday after 7:00 AM Mass6:00 PM Friday 9;00 AM - 6;00 PM Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AMEnglish o Espanol Saturday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM-

English o Espanol ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541 -923-3390

Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule. Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5;00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

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TEMPLE BETH TIRVAH

Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include social functions, services, religious education, Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult education Rabbi Glenn Ettman

Friday, February 8 at 6:30 pmShabbat Family Celebration Friday, February 22 at 6:30 pmShabbat Service Saturday, February 23 at 9:00 amTorah Study Saturday, February 23 at 10:30 amTorah Service Sunday, February 24 adult education (call for information)

HOUSE OF COVENANT Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at: Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Bend, OR. 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m Our ministries include:

• Davidic dance and worship • Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

Sunday, February 24 - Purim Carnival 11:30 am - I:30 pm Come in costume! Central Oregon Community Sunday School Congregation Shalom Bayit 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend For the complete schedule of Services 8 Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439

CONGREGATION SHALOM BAYIT OEWISH COMMUNITY OF CENTRAL ORKGON) www.jccobend.com

Serving Central Oregon for 20 Years, We Are a Non-Denominational Egalitarian Jewish Community Our Synagogue is located at 21555 Modoc Lane, 13end, Oregon 541-385-6421 Resident Rabbi Jay Shupack Rebbetzin Judy Shupack Shabbat and High Holiday Services Religious Education Program Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training Weekly Torah StudyEvery Sat © 10 am Adult Education Upcoming Events: Friday, February 8, 6:00 pm Erev Shabbat Service Sunday, February 10, 3:00 pm Tannen Religious School Friday, February 15 In Home Shabbat Dinners Friday, February 22, 6:00 pm Erev Shabbat Service Sunday, February 24, 3:00 pm Ben TannenReligious School 'Torah Study meets every Saturday at 10:00 am that there is not a serv)ce'

LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP © Celebration Church 63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend Saturday 10:30 am-2 pm Worship/Dance-Study-

Food/Fellowship

For more information about our education •

HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Office; 541-536-3571

(No child care for 8 am service)

ECHANKAR

Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM at 9:00 am. each Sunday to hear "Transforming Truth" with Pastor Glen.

near Christmas Valley

For Kidztown, Middle School and

REAL LIFK CHRISTIAN CHURCH Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th Sunday Services 8 am Traditional Service

"Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K - 5th Grade Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel of the 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-2049 Community Bible Church will preach a Principal Lonna Carnahan special New Year's message entitled,"Let www.eastmontcommunityschool.com Us - Resolutions for the People of God" at the 9:30 service tomorrow.

60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel

This Sunday at Foundry, Syd Brestel will present the message from Philippians 2 entitled, "Working Out Our Salvation."

541 -548-3066

www.powellbuttechurch.com

Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844 Associate Pastors Don Henderson & Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org

HOLY FAMILY,

9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10:15 AM Worship Service

Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm M usicand the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30am- 10:15 am-11 am Nursery 8 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte

"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome!

Heart of Bend"

SUNDAY

POWEI.L BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

9:30 am Contemporary Service with

(FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the

FOUNDRY CHURCH

Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor

541-593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00-12:15 pm

programs, please call Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826.

All services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541-388-8826

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

MISSION (LCMS) The missionofIheChurch is (oforgive sinsihrougfi (he (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVII).8, 10) 10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service 2/17: Divine Service: The Festival of Ash Wednesday(Observed).I00 PM. 2/24: Vespers. I:00 PM 3/3: Vespers. I:00 PM. 3/10: Vespers. I:00 PM. 3/17: Vespers. 1.00 PM. 3/21: Divine Service: The Festival of Maundy Thursday. 7:00 PM. 3/22: Divine Service: The Festival of Good Friday Vespers. I:00 PM.

GRACK FIRST LUTHKRAN CHURCH 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 541 -382-6862

"Stewardship" means many things. It can mean caring for the Earth, for one's family or community, or embracing the future before we even know what it will be. Join us as we reflect on stewardship for this congregation and beyond. Childcare and religious education available. 541-385-3908 or www.uufco.org UUFCO is a Welcoming Congregation Meeting place: THE OLD STONE 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 www.uufco.org (541 ) 385-3908

UNITY COMMU N ITY OF CENTRAL OREGON Join the Unity Community

Sunday 10:00 am with Rev. Jane Meyers Youth Program Provided

BEND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY 9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9;00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service

WEDNESDAY

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study THURSDAY

10:00 am 50+ Bible Study WEEKLY Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org •

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Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation. Call for information about other meetings 541-420-1667

www.sovereigngracebend.com

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Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. (Child Care Available) Sunday School 10;20 a.m. Education Hour 10:45 a.m.

Rev. Alex Holt: "Wings and Roots"

Learn more about the Unity Community of Central Oregon at www unitycentraloregon com or by calling 541-388-1569

SOVKREIGN GRACK CHURCH Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend

www.lutheransonline.com/ condordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773

February 3, 2013 at 11:00 am:

The Unity Community meets at 62855 Powell Butte Hwy (near Bend Airport)

The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor. 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), Terrebonne, OR

"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation

Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshippmg in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337 Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday

Gos)re(arid Ifiereby grant eternal life

UNITARIAN UNIVKRSALISTS OF CENTRAL OREGON

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CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

Women's Bible Study Tuesday 9: 15a.m.

Sunday Morning Worship 8:45 amF 10:45 am

Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 a.m.

WednesdayMid-Week Services Children F Youth Programs 7:00 pm

ALL PEOPLKS UNITKD CHURCH OF CHRIST Lookingbackover pour owrr faith jcurney? Fora newworship experienceamong caring, accepting friends,you are invitedtovisit us at All PeoplesUCC.

Worship with us Sunday, February 3rd at 11 a.m in the Community Room of Redmond'sRay'sMar ket, 900 SW 23rd Street, just off of Hwy 126. Or, come early at 10 a.m. for adult study and discussion. All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On February 17th, we meet again in the Community Room of Redmond's Ray's Market. For details, directions and possible help with car-pooling, email: prrsbiil@earthirnk.net or call: 541-390-6864 •

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672 Everyone isWelcome! Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title; "When to Go" Scripture: Luke 4:21-30

9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9 am Service 11:00 am - Traditional Service Childcare provided on Sunday

Pastor Ioel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org

"During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship

Nursery Care provided for all services. Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241 www.clcbend.com

NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

60850 Brosterhous Road at Knott, 541 -388-0765 Come worship with us.

Sermon title "Cliff Jumping with Jesus" Luke 4:21-30 by Ron Werner, Jr

COMM U N ITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

9 am Informal Service 9:15 Junior Church 11 am Formal Service

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9;15 am Children 8 Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship

Bible Study at 10 am on Wednesdays

(Child care provided on Sundays.) www.nativityinbend.com Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Youth Groups High School - Sunday 11:00am- 12:30pm MiddleSchool — Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

TRINITY LUTHERAN

CHURCH S SCHOOL LCMS 2550 NE Butler Market Road Bend, OR 97701 541-382-1832

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

SUNDAY WORSHIP 8 am Guitar Led Worship 9:30 am Education Hour for all ages 11 am Organ/Piano Led Worship

Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org

Church Website: www.trinitylutheranbend.org School Website: www.saints.org Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Rev Patrick Rooney Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 230 NE Ninth, Bend

(Across Ninth St. from Bend High) All Are Welcome, Always!

KION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA Worship in the Heart of Redmond

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

Sunday Worship Service 8:30 am Contemporary 11:00 am Liturgical Sunday School for all ages at 10:00 am

Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coffee,snacksand fellowship afier each service M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

"Earth Fitness"

9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided "God, Jews F History" Rabbi Jay Shupack 3:00 pm - Sundays January 20 to March 10

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A hedgehog "cheerleader" is ready for its close-up at Animal Planet's "Puppy Bowl IX."

of gear. Nope! It's puppies, 63 of them to be precise — the stars of Animal Planet's ninth annual Puppy Bowl. Journalists spent two days writing about puppies and t a king video of other people tak-

mal Planet shows that could best be described as "cute porn" for the way cameras linger in slow motion over the mostadorable specimens of every breed. ing video of puppies. Come Yes, all this over a bunch Sunday, many more ofthem of puppies rolling around in a will be tweeting about those stadium-shaped box. puppies. And here those puppiesare,being discussed in a In:hedgehogs. five-page Web article and the Out: bunnies and piglets many column inches of paper The two-day Puppy Bowl that several trees died for, as taping begins not with pupsome readers will be sure to pies, but w it h h e dgehogs. remind us. And many of you They've been cast as cheermay be rolling your eyes. leaders this year, a role previously f i l led b y b u n n ies Whelping an idea and piglets. On a November B ut the rest of you w i l l morning in a Manhattan stueat it up, because puppies dio, their adoptive parents — these puppies especially gather in the green room — are so very cute. So cute to share stories about their that in the nine years since q uirky obsession with t h e the Puppy Bowl first graced spiny-but-lovable creatures. "He climbs into bed, he our screens, adorable has become a television genre, an sleeps with me," said Ashley Internet phenomenon and a Akenson, 36, of Falls Church, cash cow for both. Cute can- Va., who smuggled Henry, not be dismissed. her E g y ptian l o n g-eared And thank g o odness it hedgehog onto Amtrak to get wasn't in 2005, when Ani- him to the Puppy Bowl tapmal Planet executives green- ing. "If you pet him when he's lighted a crazy idea: to film not balled up, it's very much puppies playing football as like a hairbrush. If he doesn't counterprogramming to want to poke you, he won't." the Super Bowl. It may have Elaine Fischer, a hedgesounded like a lark, but they hog enthusiast who has travsaid yes. And now they are eled with her three pets from reaping the r ewards: The Roanoke, Va., boasted about Puppy Bowl attracts a larger Speedy, who she said was a audience every year, w ith grand champion of hedgehog 2012's show attracting 8.7 shows (yes, they have hedgemillion unique total viewers hog shows). "He got the most points duringthe 12-hour marathon. It was the highest day of Web ever, of any hedgehog," said traffic ever for Animalplanet Fischer. "He has got a person.com, with 5.5 million page ality that fills the room." Not views and 1.4 million videos only that, he won a gold medstreamed. It also ranked No. al in the Hedgehog Olympics I for social television in cable (yes, there is a Hedgehog last year, and according to Olympics). He won first place AdWeek, ad revenue is up 19 in the sprints, marathon and percent over last year. obstacle course, she says, And before it did all of that, but "he didn't do well in the the Puppy Bowl inspired an hurdles." entire online ecosystem of Showtime. The hedgehog cute. It got its start two years owners cluster around greenbefore "I Can Has Cheez- room TV monitors to watch burger?,"the chronicler of their pets with the anxiousLOLcats, became an Internet ness of stage parents. " Come on , b a by," o n e brand. Since then, cute websites have only m ultiplied. woman whispers. "I think she's pretty photoCute Overload. Zooborns. Reddit's "Aww" section. genic," says another. Buzzfeed. The Daily Puppy. On the field, the hedgeThe Itty Bitty Kitty Commit- hogs, do not take to their tee. Cute Roulette. The Fluff- cheerleader outfits, w h ich ington Post. The Cat Scan. more closely resemble balCaturday. S q uishfacedogs. lerina costumes with their Stuff on My Cat. That's just pink tulle. It's about six secto name a few, and does not onds before they wriggle out include the genuine animal of them and head to the end celebrities, like Boo, the fur- zone buck-naked. The critball of a Pomeranian who ters are proving more diffihas plush toys in his own im- cult than anticipated, and not age and a book, or Maru, the just because they've stripped box-loving Japanese cat who out of their clothes. "This one's a biter," a volunhas starred in hundreds of YouTube videos. teer says, pulling one hedge"People caught on and got hog off th e f i eld. Hedwig smart wit h t h e c u teness," quills up. Fischer, his owner, says Puppy Bowl executive frets that the males will start producer Melinda Toporoff, to fight or mate. "Hedwig's who also produces "Dogs after the female," she says. 101" and "Cats 101," two AniThere is screeching, and as

predicted, a skirmish. "Fight! It's the white one!" a crew member shouts. Fischer swoops in. "Did he start it, or did someone else?" There is a foul on the field. Kleenex are summoned. The 69-person crew breaks for lunch.

Cats at halftime T wenty-one k i t tens a r rive for the "Kitty Halftime Show," and by 2 p.m., the room is totally blissed-out on fluff. Volunteers and crew are holding two to three kittens at a time. This is partly out of necessity — some of the kittens are scaling the wire walls of their topless enclosures to make a break for it. But it's mostly because a ww, kittehs, in t h e l a n -

guage of the cuteblogs. The kittehs ar e p l aced on the set, which is outfitted with a circus-like jungle gym of scratching posts, hidey-holes, blowing tinsel,

wagging toys, gyrating toys, rotating toys and a blast of catnip. Despite the performance-enhancing drugs, the cats are subdued. Most ofthe cats are more interested i n t h e c a m era than the toys, though one b lack-and-white kitty w i t h a Groucho Marx moustache t reats th e A s t roTurf l i k e a scratching post. For the grand finale, a glittering rain of confetti blows onto the set, bewildering the cats and settling on the backs of the camera staff. After 45 minutes of filming, the kittens are getting tired. "They're so adorable," coos one volunteer. There have been other attempts at offering counterprogramming during the Super Bowl, the most-watched television event of the year, but none have persevered like Puppy Bowl. Even the Lingerie Bowl, which aired on pay-per-view, was only stagedforthree Super Bowls

(2004 to 2006). Puppy Bowl has sprouted puppy mania: There are Puppy Bowl parties and Twitter trending topics. Snooki and Zooey D eschanel p u ppytweet as they watch. And this year, for the first time, Geico bought the naming rights to the Puppy Bowl stadium. How do you m ake cute even cuter w i t hout b eing too cute — if there is such a thing as too cute? That's the challenge for Animal Planet each year. "It's hard not to want to keep adding other cute elements to this," said Toporoff. "It's more about pulling it back in and figuring out which one are we going to go with. There are just so many cute fuzzy things out there."

this level of opportunity also gave baby boomers a desire to have some sort of purpose in what they did, to see their careers as means to an end instead of just a job. "I just wanted to expand my wings and be free," said Susan O'Brien, 51, a baby boomer whose desire to be "happy and passionate about what I do" led

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hertoserve withthe Peace Corps in Paraguay after graduating from college and, most recently, move from Chicago to Bend without having a job lined up. One consequence of this new freedom was a trend of latermarriage forbaby boomers, according to the population reference bureau. Only 36.7 percent of the women in this generation and 18.3 percent of its men were married by their 20th birthday. Another consequence is that the baby boomers left two generations — Generation X and Generation Y, or the Millennials — in their wake. Those generations are still trying to Rob Kerr/The Bulletin figure out what they are. Susan O'Brien, born1961.

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ompared to what baby boomers e x perienced when they came of age, Peterson, 46, couldn't recall any earth-shaking events his generation went through during adolescence and e arly a dulthood. But then he r e membered a day when he was working at a Tower Records in the mid- to late-1980s and the first box of compact discs showed up to be put on the store's shelves. "We were all looking at (the CDs) and trying to figure them out," said Peterson. He then started ticking off other technological advances — personal computers, cordless phones, and a rapid increase in cable television subscribers and networks — that happened before his 25th birthday. Members of Generation X, a term that applies to people born between 1965 and 1979, often refer to this explosion in communications technology and the interconnectedness that it spawned as being the hallmark of their early adulthood. But that experience is not limited to them, Goldberg argues; this period of technological change transformed everybody's lives, not just Gen Xers. He said Generation X was

instead more of a transitional g eneration, one t hat c a me up in the shadow of the baby boomers and one that like the Lucky Few was smaller, a fraction of its predecessor's size. But while the Lucky Few saw some advantages in this position, Generation X did not. "People had to stay in school

longer and get a job," said Carl Haub, a demographer with the Population Resource Bureau. Because they had to compete with the boomers to find a job, Haub added, members of Generation X had to enter the job market with their skills already in place, or in some cases, go into business for themselves. These tight economic circumstancesalso played a role in Generation X's marriage rates, Haub noted. According to the Population Resource Group, this generation had marriage rates — only 60.7 percent ofits men and 70.3 percent of itswomen were married by their 29th birthday — that were lower than any other generation this country has seen since 1871. Goldberg said the only modern generation that may fare worse in the job market is the Millenials, a term that applies to people born between 1980

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Jim Peterson, born 1966. and 2000. That's because in addition to being one of the largest generations this country has seen, this generation is coming of age during a devastating recession when its proving hard for them to find work no matter what their level of skill. "If the economy picks up then maybe their lives will be different," he said, adding it's too soon to tell what legacy the Millenials will leave behind. — Reporter: 541-617-7816, mmclean@bendbulletin.com

Movie ticket salesturn sluggish as Americanswatch SuperBowl By Amy Kaufman

nationwide this weekend, the Sylvester Stallone action flick "Bullet to the Head," probably will start off with a weak sum

actor mostrecently appeared in last summer's sequel to "The LOS ANGELES — ColdExpendables," which grossed b looded l i n ebackers w i l l more than 8300 million worldknock down "Warm Bodies" of roughly $7 million. wide and has already prompt"Warm Bodies," financed ed another installment. at the box office this weekend, with the Super Bowl expected by Lionsgate's label Summit In hi s l a test movie, t he to be a much bigger draw than Entertainment for $30 million, "Rambo" veteran stars as a the new zombie movie. centers around a young wom- hit man who teams up with a Super Bowl weekend is tra- an who falls for a zombie. The detective to avenge the death ditionally one of the slowest PG-13 picture has so far re- of his partner. The picture, of the year at the multiplex as ceived mostly positive reviews which is based on a French families stay home to watch and had notched a 73 percent graphic novel, was made by the Sunday football event infresh rating on Rotten Toma- producer Joel Silver's Dark stead of heading to the theater. toes as of Thursday morning. Castle Entertainment and iniStill, "Warm Bodies" may The movie is the first in a tially set for release in April get off to a good start despite big year for 23-year-old Hoult, 2012. However, the r elease the competition because the still best known to many as date was pushed back, and creepy romantic comedy is the child star of the 2002 Brit- although the film is still being aimed at teenage girls — a de- ish film "About a Boy." Next distributed by Warner Bros., mographic not usually that in- month, the actor will appear Silver's 25-year relationship terested in the Super Bowl. as the lead in the $150 mil- with the studio came to a close The movie, which features lion-plus "Jack and the Giant at the end of 2012. young up-and-comers Nicho- Slayer," and also has upcomIn limited release, Lionsgate las Hoult and Teresa Palmer, is ing high-profile roles in the is opening "Stand Up Guys" in expected to debut with about "Mad M ax " a n d " X - M en" 659 theaters. Th e movie, about a $17 million, according to those franchises. trio of aging con men played by "Bullet to the Head" star who have seen pre-release Al Pacino, Christopher Walken audience surveys. The only Stallone, meanwhile, is also and Alan Arkin, has not been other movie hitting theaters keeping busy. The 66-year-old received warmly by critics. Los Angeles Times

SXSW film fest pickslineup By Rebecca Keegan Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — A comedy about the first year of marriage, a documentary about Stephen Hawking, and Joss Whedon's a daptation of a Shakespeare play are a mong the eclectic mix o f 109 films set to screen at this year's South by S outhwest Film Conference and Festival, organizers announced Thursday. "I Give It a Y ear," which makes its North A m erican premiere at the Austin, Texas, festival, is the directorial debut of "Borat" and "Bruno" screenwriter Dan Mazer, and stars Rose Byrne, Anna Faris, Rafe Spall and Simon Baker in a comedy about falling out of marital love. It's one of many comedies premiering at the March festival, such as the previously announced "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" (Dan Scardino's magician satire starring

"We're always strong on comedy," said SXSW Film ing Buddies" (Joe Swanberg's Conference a n d Fe s t ival workplace romance with Ol- producer Janet Pierson. "But ivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick, there's a lot of joy and fun in R on Livingston an d J a k e the program this year, and Johnson). maybe a wider appeal." Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi and Jim Carrey), and "Drink-

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websites have given viewers command of what they watch By Brian Stelter and when, not unlike the way New York Times News Service the invention of supermarkets Television producers have gave food shoppers a panoply turned b i ngeing, h o arding of new choices. In both cases, and overeating into successful some consumers love to binge. prime-time shows for years, While the vast majority of but now they are having to TV is still watched live, not turn their attention to another recorded,the ratings for some example of o v e rindulgence series — like FX's "Sons of — TV watching. Anarchy" — double after a Binge-viewing, empowered week of recorded viewing is by DVD box sets and Netflix counted. A fi r s t-of-its-kind subscriptions, has become Nielsen study last fall found such a popular way for AmeriMelinda Sue Gordon for Netflix via The New York Times that a handful of shows gain cans to watch TV that it is be- Director David Fincher, right, works with Kevin Spacey and Kate an extra 5 percent after anothginning to influence the ways Mara on the set of Netlix's series "House of Cards," a political er three weeks. the stories are told — particu- thriller that was designed to be consumed in one sitting. Nielsen does not routinely larly one-hour dramas — and count viewers who wait more how they are distributed. than a week to watch an epiSome people, peer-pres- and-white TVs, all 13 episodes Ted Sarandos, Netflix's chief sode, nor does it count most sured to watch "Mad Men" will be streamed at the same content officer. of the viewers who watch onor "Game of Thrones," catch time. "Our goal is to shut down The producer Glen Mazzara line, so it's hard to estimate up on previous seasons to see a portion of A merica for a took a similar approach to the true amount of bingeing. what all the fuss is about be- whole day," the producer Beau AMC's "The Walking Dead" Some hoarders wait y ears: fore a new season begins. 0th- Willimon said with a laugh. this year. In the second half Mazzara, for instance, said "House of Cards," which is ers plan weekend marathons of the season, which will start he's waiting to watch HBO's of classics like " The West the first show made specifical- in mid-February after a two- "Girls" until the whole series is Wing" and "The Wire." Like ly for Netflix, dispenses with month break, "we decided to over, several years from now. other A m e rican p a stimes, some of the t raditions that pick up the action right away This stockpiling phenomenon — to just jump right in," Maz- has become so common that things can get competitive: are so common on network People have been known to TV, like flashbacks. There is zara said. Fans of the show, he some network executivesworbrag about finishing a whole lessreason to remind viewers said, have little tolerance for ry that it's hurting new shows 12-episode season of "Home- what happened in previous recaps, since many of them because they cancel the shows land" in one sitting. episodes, the producers say, will have just watched a mara- before would-be viewers get On Friday, Netflix released because so many viewers will thon of the first half to prepare around to watching them. a drama expressly designed have just seen it. And if they for the second. Kevin Reilly, the Fox Ento be consumed in one sitting: don't remember, Google is just That the fans even have a tertainment chairman, whose "House of Cards," a political a click away. The show "as- choice in the matter is a tes- network has already canceled thriller starring Kevin Spacey sumes you know what's hap- tament to t h e f u ndamental two of the three shows it introand Robin W r i ght. Rather pening all the time, whereas changes under way in the tele- duced last fall, alluded to this than introducing one episode television has to assume that vision business. Digital video problem ata news conference a week, as distributors have a big chunk of the audience recorders, video-on-demand last month. "If I bumped into done since the days of black- is always just tuning in," said capabilities an d s t r eaming one more person that was do-

tu ent ears arents'res onse Dear Abby:I'm a 20-year-old college student with a great job, life ambitions and parents who love me. They raised me to think for myself and follow my dreams. I didn't date much in high school, but a f e w m o nths ago I met a wonderful young man who • EAR is in the Army. Two things about this relationship are different: First, we met on the Internet, communicated online for severalweeks, then took the next step to meet in person. The second is, "Jack" is 10 years older than I am and has a son from a previous marriage. Jack is stationed not far from me. When I met him, I realized he was everything a woman could want. I did a background check and everything he told me is true. He supports me fully in pursuing my degree and my futurecareer.But I'm afraid to introduce him to my parents because they're old-fashioned. They areleery about people meeting on the Internet. They also want me to meet a guy closer to my age. The more Jackand Iare together, the more I realize how much I love him. I want to introduce the man I love to my family. How do I proceed with this? I am scared that

my parentswon't accept Jack. How can I get them to accept my choice? — Determined in the Southwest Dear Determined: Your relationship with Jack appears to be progressing at warp speed. If you want your parents to accept him, you must give them an opportunity to get to know himand the same applies to you because this romance is fresh. As you communicate with your parents, start mentioning Jack. Tell them he is a member of the military and how you met. Meeting someone on the Internet these days is very common and nothing tobe ashamed of. The longer you continue keeping his existence a secret, the more concerned and disappointed your parents will be when you spring him on them. They will want to meet him and you should introduce him. After that, the selling job will be his. Keep your cool. You are your parents' little girl and always will be. But the decision of who you'll wind up with is your own to make, not theirs. Dear Abby: Most people recognize chest pain as a symptom of heart attack, as well as pain or numbness in the arm o r s hort-

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HAPPY BIRTHDAYFOR SATURDAY, FEB. 2, 2013:This year you alternate between being efficient and displaying a non-present, dreamlike attitude. Others won't know for sure which side of your personality they will encounter. Stars showthe kind If you could of dayyou'll have co mbine these ** * * * D ynamic two opposing ** * * P ositive ch a racteristics, ** * A verage you could become ** So-so a strong leader. * Difficult You also might create more of whatyou desire. If you are single, you could find meeting someone with your same versatility to be challenging, though it is a possibility. If you are attached, your sweetie will love your changeability. SCORPIO can bevery pushy. ARIES (March 21-April 19) ** * * A c t early on whatyou feel you want done quickly. A loved one might pull on your sleeve; he or she could request your company. Spending time with this person is refreshing, and it allows for moments of random thoughts and flights of fancy. Tonight: You've got the rhythm.

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depending on you getting the job done. An older friend or relative wants you to join him or her. Do make time. Tonight: Easy works.

ness of breath. But did you know that a feeling of "doom" or back pain could also be signs of a heart attack? An article in our l ocal paper reported that most people do not recognize other warning signs of a heart attack. They include: a sense of doom, back pain, sweating, nausea or vomiting, dizziness or lightheadedness, weakness, fatigue or malaise, and jaw or neck pain. My mother, age 87, who had never had back trouble and hadn't strained herback muscles in any way, suddenly developed back pain that the u sual over-the-counter pain pills couldn't stop. Two days later, the pain moved to her chest, and that's when we took her to the emergency room. We would have gotten herthere two days sooner if anyone had told us that heart attack pain could begin in the back. Please, Abby, let your readers know these other symptoms. — ThankfulReader inOklahoma Dear Thankful: Forewarned is forearmed. I'm printing your helpful letter for all to see. Thank you for wanting to alert others to the sometimes subtle warning signs of a heart attack. Your warning may have saved some lives today. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com or P.o. Box 69440, Los Angeles,CA 90069

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.21) ** * * * You move quickly and efficiently, and you make adifference where it counts. Your imagination seems to haveopened upw ide.Listento suggestions, but remember to put in your two cents. Tonight: Love the moment.

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** * Take a backseat, try to avoid being a backseat driver. Others seem to CANCER (June21-July22) ** * You could be on top of a situation, overindulge in the good life and in their emotional demonstrations. Tonight: but feel overwhelmed by a loved one's Use your creativity to come up with an neediness. You understand,andyou'll effective solution. allow this individual to work through his or her feelings. Tonight: Others cannot CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan. 19) help but turn to you. ** * * Go for what you want, and do not hesitate to ask others to support you LEO (July23-Aug. 22) in this venture. Your words come off a ** * Being the master or mistress of lot harsher than you might think. A little your castle fits your mood well. You get softening could go a long way. Tonight: to rule and add to the moment, yet relax You create a party wherever you are. at the same time. Perhaps you can fit in some daydreamingand a napaswell. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) Tonight: Share with a loved one. ** * Pressure builds to a new level. You might not see a wayout, and you could VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22) feel overwhelmed. You go to extremes ** * * S peak your mind, and share by nature. You might decide to go off and more of your secrets. Your sense of humoremerges,w hich helpsyou keepthe do some shopping or indulge in some other favorite escape from the moment. mood light. Visit with friends, and share Tonight: Treat yourself. good news with others. Tonight: You do TAURUS (April 20-May20) not have to go far to have a good time. PISCES (Fed. 19-March20) ** * * You have the ability to go with ** * Understand what is going with the flow while still holding on to your LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) an important person in your life. Walk in principles. People getting to knowyou ** * * T h e time has come to go out others' shoes and see life through their could be surprised at how rigid you can and be physical. Use your imagination as eyes — just for today. Remain sensitive become if pushed. Tonight: Join friends. you workthrough some built-up tension. to a loved one at a distance. Tonight: Let GEMINI (May 21-June20) Howyou handle a personal matter could your mind roam. ** * * P ace yourself, as you have a lot change radically as a result. Tonight: How to do. Whatever you are up to, others are about some dancing? ©20t3 by King Features Syndicate

8 p.m. onLIFE, Movie:"Betty and Coretta" — Award-winning actressAngelaBassettstarsasCoretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King Jr., opposite Mary J. Blige's Dr. Betty Shabazz,widow of MalcolmX, in this newdocudrama.Thefilm tells the converging stories of two very different young women united by a commitment to social justice and their struggle to raise their children alone while forging legacies from those of their slain spouses.

ing a 'Breaking Bad' marathon in the middle of our fall launch ..." he said, trailing off as reporters laughed. Nonetheless, the traditional T V cliffhanger is fa r f r o m dead. The producers of shows — even the five beginning on Netflix this year — know they have to satisfy multiple types of audiences. Said David Fincher, the acclaimed film director who is working with Willimon on "House of Cards" for Netflix, "I want to make sure that people who set the book down on the night stand are able to connect the dots, but I also want the people who are rabidly turning pages

8:30 p.m. onH C), Movie: "War of theWorlds" — The H.G. Wells classic about an alien invasion of Earth gets an overhaul in this genuinely chilling update, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring TomCruise as aless-thanreliable dad. His parenting skills improve radically as he tries to save his children (Dakota Fanning, Justin Chatwin) and himself from lethal intruders that emerge from beneath the earth to wreak havoc. Tim Robbinsdoes notable supporting work.

to go, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah, I got

all that.' " In some corners of Hollywood there is deep skepticism about N e t flix's a l l -at-once release of "House of Cards." Willimon acknowledged the advantages to stretching out a season — it's a format viewers are used to, there's more time for marketing — but said that as a storyteller (he's best known for the play "Farragut North," which i nspired the film "The Ides of March") he prefers the "House of Cards"

9 p.m. on E3, "NFL Honors" — Alec Baldwin returns as host of this awards show saluting the best players andplays from the past NFL season, featuring luminaries from football and entertainment at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans. The NFL and the Associated Press will announcethe recipients of their annual awards, including most valuable player, rookie of the year, offensive and defensive players of the year, and the Walter Payton NFLManof the Year.

approach. As television becomes less beholden to the schedule and more acclimated to the Web, he said, "it might even dispense with episodes altogether. You might just get eight straight hours or 10 straight hours, and you decide where to pause."

9 p.m. on OPBPL,"Austin City Limits" — Country superstar Tim McGraw takes the stage in this new episode to perform hits old and new, including his recent chart toppers "Felt Good on My Lips" and "Truck Yeah," up-and-comers "Mexicoma"and "Book of John," and old favorites "Unbroken," "A Real GoodMan" and "LiveLikeYou Were Dying." He gets his live audience singing along, andyou'll probablybemovedto dothesame.

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Cascade Mountain Hidden Gem On Located in Seneca Perfect Vacation Home Views Awbrey Butte $45,000 Great open floor plan Beautiful single l evel This home has it all! 4 2 bd cute home w/ all with exposed beams. home, 3/2 with u pBR, 2.5 baths, den the necessities. Spacious kit c h en graded kitchen. Deand a bonus room. Knotty pine, newer w /dual ovens a n d tached o ffice/studio. Huge 4+ garage with siding 8 v i nyl w i n- pantry. 3-sided wood Landscaped, freshly bonus storage space. dows. Covered front & fireplace. T on s of painted, spa r kling Large lot. R ecently side deck. F enced windows to let in lots clean & mov e - in remodeled. Beautiful! yard, garage, Plus 2 of light. Hot tub and ready. $589,000 storage sheds. fire pit fo r r elaxing. Candice Anderson, Sheila Balyeat, Broker Jett Blackburn Real Across the street from Broker, 541-788-8878 541-280-5964 Estate, 541-573-7206 the river. John L. Scott John L. Scott Barbara Jackson, Lots o f pos s ibilities Real Estate, Bend Real Estate, Bend Broker 541-306-8186 h ere! 0.26 L ot , 3 www.johnlscott.com www.johnlscott.com John L. Scott Bdrm, 1 Bath, freshly Real Estate, Bend painted interior, wood Close-in Acreage l Historic District l www.johnlscott.com floors, R5. $99,000 $649,000 $410,000 Pointswest l $549,000 • 2428 sq.ft. • 2119 sq.ft. English MLS¹201208899 • 3035 sq.ft. townhome Call Virginia, • 4 bedroom, 2 bath cottage • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath • 4.78 acres, pond • 3 bedroom, 2 bath Principal Broker • Close to River trail 541-350-3418 • MLS 201206420 • Across from Drake • MLS 201203181 Park Redmond RE/MAX Debbie Hershey, Karin Johnson, Broker Land & Homes Broker, CRS, GRI • MLS 201205806 541-639-6140 Real Estate 541-420-5170 Lester Friedman, We never stop moving: P.C., Broker We never stop moving: Lots to Offer 541-330-8491 $29,900 We never stop moving: Property needs some TLC but lots of Possibilities. 3 bd, 1 b t h, 1162 sf. Wood floors, MORRIS MORRIS large living area, loREAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE cated on corner lot MORRIS I dypy dy dyO ydy dOpywIyd next to park. I dyp ndendy0 w dyndOpymIed REAL ESTATE Jett Blackburn Real Prineville l $99,000 I d p dcnIly~ d yn d O p nyed Estate, 541-573-7206 Close to the River! • 2.04 acres 2002 MH, .98 acres • Cascade Mountain Mtn View Park l Historic District l w/garage/shop, water views $165,000 $696,000 feature, fi r e pit, • Crooked River views • 1456 sq.ft. greenhouse. New • 3872 sq.ft. • MLS 2704850 • 3 bedroom, 2 bath flooring - t r avertine,• 5 bedroom, 3 bath NE Lavender Megan Power, Broker, tile, d o ors, l i g hts,• One block from Drake • 2493 GRI, CDPE Way sinks, paint 8 MORE! Park • MLS 201209338 541-610-7318 Call f or deta i ls! • MLS 201206543 Pat Palazzi, Broker We never stop moving: Scott Huggin, $136,900! Lisa M c 541-771-6996 Broker, GRI Carthy, Broker, SRES 541-419-8639

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Coming Soon! MORRIS Spacious s i ngle-level I dypy dy dy&mydy dOpywIyd John L. Scott 3+ bdrm on .23 Ac MORRIS REAL ESTATE Real Estate, Bend t reed lo t w i t h R V Riverfront Home l I dype dyydyO yd y dOpenIyd Ind p dcndy~ d * d O p nIcd REAL ESTATE www.johnlscott.com parking, fenced yard, $1,149,000 Indypy d«ndyO ydyndOpynIyd • New 2800 sq.ft. raised garden beds. NEW LISTING! 60674 Rocking BANK OWNED HOMES! L arge r e c ro o m , • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath Spacious single-level 3 Horse Ct. Home w/a Guest FREE List w/Pics! double garage, large or 4 bdrm on .88 acre • Elevated deck to dock Traditional sale! Nestled www. Cottage! $98,900 BendRepos.com rear deck. Photos: pine-treed lot. Boasts • MLS 201207905 in the pines this home bend and Loads of character & beyond real estate www.johnlscott.com oversized double ga- Lisa Campbell, Broker offers a great open 20967 yeoman, bend oy charm, 3 bd, 1398 sf /25796 541-419-8900 rage and rear deck. floor plan, 3 bdrm, 2 home has hard wood Peggy Lee Combs, We never stop moving: Photos: bath, 1639 sq. ft. with Black Butte Ranch l Floors, fire p lace, Broker 541-480-7653 www.johnlscott.com $489,900 12 ft. ceilings. Newer built-in cabinets. 528 John L. Scott /96127 v inyl windows a n d • 2034 sq.ft. sf guest cottage w/ all Real Estate, Bend Peggy Lee Combs, Trane heat p u mp.• 4 bedroom, 3 bath the comforts. Great www.johnlscott.com Broker 541-480-7653 Spacious .34 acre lot • Furniture included location on dead end John L. Scott with plenty of room for • MLS 201208783 street w/ view of the Custom Home In Three Pat Palazzi, Broker Real Estate, Bend MORRIS RV parking and all valley. Pines. 541-771-6996 www.johnlscott.com your toys. A definite Jett Blackburn Real REAL ESTATE Immaculate 3529 sq. ft. We never stop moving: must see!. Estate, 541-573-7206 Northcrest l $219,947 Ind p ndyndy 0 eyd ynd OpyyyIyd 4 bdrm, 3 bath home Maralin Baidenmann, close to Shevlin Park. Landscaping, f e nced• 1781 sq.ft. Broker 541-325-1096 SE Bend Acreagel G reat r o o m wit h dog area, c overed• 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath John L. Scott $295,000 Rogue River s tone • 63380 NE Lamoine Real Estate, Bend ear d e ck . 14 x 2 0 • 9.06 acres fireplace, Br a z ilian rscreened Lane room • MLS 201206008 • Cascade Mountain www.johnlscott.com cherry wood f l oors with BBQ, party 15x20 work views MORRIS and 2 7 ' ca t h edral or craft shop Don Kelleher, Broker • Borders 61,416 Acre Ranch l (unfinBLM land REAL ESTATE ceiling. Chef's kitchen ished), 24x50 3-bay The Kelleher Group $11,722,500 • MLS 201205047 I dypy dy dyO y d d Op y mIyd with SS G E M o no541-480-1911 • Mountain Springs shop with upper stor- We never stop moving: Sherry Perrigan, Broker gram appliances. 2 Ranch age. Home has 4 bed541-410-4938 master suites, tanBroken Topl • 60 miles east of Bend We never stop moving: dem 3-car g arage. room, 3 baths, large • 6 bedroom, 4 bath $1,175,000 open living area, of• 3814 sq. ft. old MLS¹201208803 home fice or den off living • 3 bedroom plus den, $634,900 • MLS 201208910 room. Al l b u ildings 3.5 bath Shelley Arnold, Broker Steve Payer, have m eta l r o o fs. 541-771-9329 • Golf Course Views MORRIS Broker, GRI H orse property o n • MLS 201204424 John L. Scott 541-480-2966 REAL ESTATE paved road. MORRIS We never stop moving: David Gilmore, Broker Real Estate, Bend $269,900 I dypy dy dyO cd * d O py .Iyd 541-312-7271 www.johnlscott.com REAL ESTATE MLS¹ 201207419 We never stop moving: I d p d d yO d dOp r d Cascade Realty, Do you love t o p l ay Find exactly what Dennis Haniford, g olf? H o w abo u t Shevlin Ridge Beauty you are looking for in the Princ. Broker walking out your back West side c ustom cs 541-536-1731 CLASSIFIEDS d oor o n t h e 1 0 t h Skyline Ranch Rd. - 4 MORRIS g reen of Glaz e bed/3 bath, 2900 SF, La Pine l $85,405 REAL ESTATE M eadow a t Bl a c k • 768 sq.ft. Stainless steel, granNOTICE MORRIS Indypyndyndy~ c d yyd Opeyytyd Butte Ranch? T h is • 1 bedroom, 1 bath ite, cherry cabinets. All real estate adverREAL ESTATE immaculate 3738 SF • 1.12 acres tised here in is sub- Courtyard off master, $89,500 I d pc d d y O d d Op y o d home offers many • MLS 201209421 ject to t h e F e deral huge bonus room. 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The BulleREAL ESTATE Debbie Tallman, Broker l $149,000 Rosemary Goodwin, We never stop moving: tin Classified I d p d ndy 0 w d y d Op mIyd 541-390-0934 or • Tropical Beach TanBroker, Certified 541-389-7910 ning Negotiator NW Bend l $495,000 Sisters l $647,000 Hunter Properties • NW Bend, near COCC 541-706-1897 • 40 acres • 3650 sq.ft. • Established clientele We never stop moving: • Tumalo Creek flows • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Attractive Home Inside • MLS 201205145 through property • Protected Cascade & Out $156,000 Paula Vanvleck, Broker • Borders National ForMORRIS Mtn views 3 bd, 1 I/p bth beauty, 541-280-7774 cs est • MLS 201300193 sunny rem o deled We never stop moving: REAL ESTATE • MLS 201209443 Shelly Hummel, Broker, Kitchen 8 baths. Tile I dypy dcilyO cd dOpy od Craig Long, Broker CRS, GRI, CHMS & pergo floors. ColMORRIS 541-480-7647 541-383-4361 orful, se q uentiallyLarge craftsman style We never stop moving: We never stop moving: blooming flower Beds. 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Lots o f 541-383-4338 Shop w/1 bay. Loshop area! $495,000. 541-408-3773 cated in heart of C.O. MLS ¹201207007 We never stop moving: recreation & less than Call Jeanne Scharlund, 1 hour from Mt. BachPrincipal Broker, elor 541-420-7978 cs Marci Schoenberg, Redmond RE/MAX Broker 541-610-7803 Land 8 Homes John L. Scott Real Estate MORRIS Real Estate, Bend www.johnlscott.com REAL ESTATE Gorgeous home! "' L Private backyard getI dypy dc dyO cdy dOpywIcd 15-YEAR FIXED rg . Caldera Springs Lot away! .21 Acre Lot, 2 $99,000 bdrm, 2 bath w/pond/ Where can you find a • .36 acre lot den/office, 1758 sq. helping hand? • Filtered Mt. Bachelor ft.,a 3 -car g a rage View From contractors to w/shop. $199,900 • Gated community MLS¹201208130 yard care, it's all here • MLS 201108289 Call Virginia, in The Bulletin's Judy Meyers, Broker, Principal Broker 30-YEAR FIXED "Call A Service GRI, CRS 541-350-3418 541-480-1922 Redmond RE/MAX Professional" Directory We never stop moving: Land & Homes Real Estate Awbrey Buttel $469,000 Great Family Home • 2938 sq.ft. B eautiful home i n a • 4 bedroom, 3 bath great neighborhood. • Eastern & city views Call us today! Spacious kitchen, tile MORRIS • MLS 201209345 c ountertops. Hu g e Rookie Dickens, Broker, NMLS ¹402847 REAL ESTATE master suite w/soakGRI, CRS, ABR I d p d d y O d d op I d ing tub & s e parate 541-815-0436 shower. Large fenced We never stop moving: I Just too many backyard. Mo v e -in ready with all applicollectibles? ances. Call Barbara cs ' ' ' for more information. 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Loaded etry, granite counter MLS201209125 $170,000. MLS 53610 Br o o kie, 541-480-7501 All kitchen appliances ties include front yard with upgrades, this tops & tile floor, over- Pam Lester, Principal 201208179 Cus t o m We never stop moving: are included. Both re- & common area main home features 2 mas looking golf course & B roker, Century 2 1 Pam Lester, Principal $ 380,000 2500 sq. ft. + g uest cessed & under cabi- tenance, pool, sports t er suites + 2 a d d i mtn. vistas. Spacious Gold Country Realty, B roker Century 2 1 net lighting in kitchen. c ourt, & sn o w r e tional bedrooms, 3569 master suite & luxury Inc. 541-504-1338 Gold Country Realty, suite. High Lakes Realty & Property ManLaundry room w/sky- moval. $180,000. sq. ft. bath w/see-thru fireInc. 541-504-1338 cs agement lite and large pantry. Susan Pitarro, Broker Home -ID 820 place & deck access Call The Bulletin At 541-536-0117 Garage is heated and 541-410-8084 or Eagle Crest to hot tub. 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SHORT S A LE m ent, bonus r o o m $90,425 cul-de-sac, this 3 above 1 06 0 Redmond $159,900 SW Redmond 3 bdrm, 2 Property Ma n ageA PP R OVED s q. ft., B e nd, O R b edroom 2. 5 s q . ft. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, Very clean home, fresh WITH bath, 1304 sq. ft., gas ba t h 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 ment 541-536-0117 paint, wood stove and PRICE $16 6 , 000. home. spacious living 3275 sq. ft. home can triple garage. 1404 sq. ft. 2000 Silf ireplace w/tile s u r sq. ft. 2-story home, room w/gas fireplace vercrest. Large great a fireplace. Private lot, MLS¹2802056 only be described as MLS¹201203992 gas fireplace in great r ound, natural g a s 50040 Darlene Way $185,900 s h o p/garage Bobbie Strome, $529,900 room, ba y w i ndow large e legantly cas u a l, room. L a ndscaped forced air, c o vered 1 0 a c r es , ca b i n, MLS¹201280332 with 10' doors, added Principal Broker John L. Scott Real Esdining area. Front & bunkhouse, $179,900. w/paver w a l kways, with sprinkler system porch, fenced. New Jim Hinton storage building, on John L Scott Real tate 541-548-1712 back decks. Laundry listing. $113,000. High Lakes Realty & front and rear deck. MLS¹201207534 541-420-6229 room + 2-car garage. just under an acre. Estate 541-385-5500 M a n agePam Lester, Princ. Bro- Property Wonderful backyard FANTASTIC VIEWS Jim Hinton Central Oregon Realty R ear deck, s o m e Sold tastefully f u rment 541-536-0117 541-420-6229 ker, Century 21 Gold that i s ex t e nsively of city and Smith Group, LLC landscaping. New Estate In G ated Golf nished. Country Realty, Inc. landscaped with wa Rock. Large h ome Central Oregon Realty installed in Jan. Community Cascade 11728 S u n Fo r e st, Marilyn Rohaly, Broker, pump 541-504-1338 t er feature & f u l l y with huge great room. Group, LLC 2012. Sale subject to views with 2.5 acres, Want to impress the 2 Bdrm, 1104 sq.ft., 541-322-9954 equipped greenhouse. Easy access to Bend 4bdrm, with his/hers third party approval. Bunkhouse. $129,000 relatives? Remodel John L. Scott Home-ID 954 and Sisters. $205,000 Newer Single S t ory SW Redmond 3 bdrms., master suites on main $104,000 High Lakes Realty & Real Estate, Bend 2 baths, 1120 sq. ft., your home with the Eagle Crest home, 3 b drm, 2 .5 MLS¹201201489 level. 3 gas fireplaces, MLS¹ 201205574 Ma n ageclean, turn-key single Property www.johnlscott.com bath, office, sunroom, help of a professional Properties™ Call Travis Hannan, Cascade Realty, roomy kitchen, wrap ment 541-536-0117 story home, fenced, 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, 866-722-3370 Principal Broker, around wind o ws, from The Bulletin's Dennis Haniford, mtn & S m ith R o ck shed. Traditional sale, Get your 541-788-3480 Princ. Broker wood floors, & 3 car "Call A Service Woodgreen - 3 $ 158,000. Earth A d - Redmond views. $279,000. MLS Too new fo r M L S. 15640 RE/MAX 541-536-1731 bdrm, 1540 sq. f t ., business garage. Golf cart bay Professional" Directory vantage Home! Main $119,900 ¹ 201206306 Pam Land & Homes w/ 1560 s/ f c o ach $241,900 floor living with extenLester, Principal Bro- Pam Lester, Princ. Bro- landscaped, Real Estate house complete with High Lakes Realty & s ive upgrades. A n ker, Century 21 Gold 749 ker, Century 21 Gold FOR SALE shop. Spe c tacular Property Ma n ageG ROW I N G open floor plan with Fieldstone crossing, 4 Country Realty, Inc. Country Realty, Inc. landscaping, p o n d, Southeast Bend Homes large entry, slate, red bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2130 ment 541-536-0117 541-504-1338 541-504-1338 When buying a home streams & waterfall all oak hardwood floors. sq.ft., gas f ireplace, with an ad in 83% of Central set w i t hin f e n ced$ 274,500. P r id e O f breakfast bar, c o n- tile countertops, slate Newly renovated home THE FALLS at Eagle 15990 Falcon L a ne, The Bulletin's Oversized garage, RV Oregonians turn to area. $1,200,000 O wnership! Gre a t crete counters and entry, hardwood, huge in the heart of down- Crest Resort hookup. $ 1 1 9,700. "Call A Service Ryan Whitcomb, Broroom floor plan with 3 Birch cabinets. Rear d eck, f e nced, R V town Central Oregon's PreRedmond, close ker 541-639-1151 bedrooms, 2 b a t hs entry garage. Mike area. $179,900. MLS to dry canyon trails, mier 55 an d O lder High Lakes Realty & ycrcrng Central Oregon ccccc ypdy Professional" Ma n ageAaron Boehm, Broker and d e n . C u s tom Wilson, Broker ¹ 2012059483. P a m C entennial Park & Resort C o mmunity. Property Directory ment 541-536-0117 541-647-8851 Call 541-385-5809 to features include tile, 541-977-5345 or Lester, Principal Bro- downtown amenities. Live the Central OrHunter Properties place your faucets and an insu- 541-389-7910 ker, Century 21 Gold Features refurbished egon lifestyle you've A must see, borders South Deerfield Park Real Estate ad. lated/ heated garage. Hunter Properties Country Realty, Inc. • 1500 sq.ft. pine hardwood floor- always dreamed of at g ov't l a n ds . Th i s Near Old Mill District 3 Low mai n tenance 541-504-1338 ing, laminate flooring THE FALLS at Eagle home has many nice • New single level bdrm, 21l bath, 2398 Check out the WINDANCE landscape with a trex Residents of • Model home features including a sq. ft . , cou n t ry deck & the back of the classifieds online Gorgeous mo u ntain in the kitchen & din- Crest. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath in room, new paint THE FALLS enjoy ex- sunroom that faces • 20959 Miles Ct. kitchen, maple cabi 1673 sq. ft. home on home is located next www.bendbuffetin.com views! 36y acres Irri- ing use of t heir south, great place for Jen Bowen, Broker gated w/small cabin, 1 inside & out, master clusive a 8276 sq. ft. Lot. Pri- nets. 6970 sq. ft. Iot. to greenway. Updated daily din i n g own clubhouse (pic- a Jacuzzi. Covered The Kelleher Group $180,000. MLS¹ Debbie Tallman, Broker bedroom, 1 bath, pos- s eparation, vate setting with a tured), access to three b ack deck that i n 541-280-2147 1742 N W Ki n gwood sible OWC! $225,000. area and formal dinview of P ilot Butte. 201208231 541-390-0934 or golf courses, and all cludes walkway to the ing room, a b o nus We never stop moving: Pam Lester, Principal P lace. C l ea n a n d MLS ¹ 20 1 2 01125. Close t o sch o ols, 541-389-7910 t he rest o f E a g le oversized 2-car gar oom/solarium, n e w Comfortable c r a fts- Call Charlie, DesigHunter Properties parks, & s h opping. B roker Century 2 1 ame n ities. rage with p r opane man style home within nated Broker, landscaping, fenced Crest's Property backs Juni- Gold Country Realty, back yard, RV park- Homesites start at just heater. 3 b edrooms 750 close distance of the 541-350-3419 cs per T r ail. F e nced Inc. 541-504-1338 ing, alley access, de- $47,500 and lots on with walk in closets. Dry Canyon and West Redmond RE/MAX backyard with p a v- One-of-a-kindhome on Redmond Homes tached garage w/shop the Challenge Course $68,000 C anyon R i m Ci t y Land & Homes ered patio. RV park- 2 lots Cascade Mtn. & area & storage along a re a vailable. W e MLS¹201200073 Real Estate MORRIS ing. Large Double car golf c ourse v i ews. $264,500 This 2074 sq. Park. 4 bedrooms with have several PREw/ central heat/AC. Cascade Realty, a large master, upgarage. Tile counter Master suite w/ fire- ft. townhome is bright, REAL ESTATE Great Home Terrific FERRED BUILDERS Dennis Haniford, stairs u t ility, o v e r- Condition! $167,500. Call Today! $189,900 that are ready to astops, Pergo flooring in place & Icdcpccdcccly ~cd ccd Opcccccd mul t i ple open "great room" MLS¹201208379 Princ. Broker kitchen. Bu i l t in plan w/ floor to ceiling sized d o u bl e at- Corner Lot, 2016 sq. John s ist you w it h y o ur decks. Elevator, priL. Scott Real Es541-536-1731 gara g e , ft., 3 bdrm, 2.5 baths, South Deerfield Park j speaker system, vate oval office, & 4 w indows, ga s f i r e- t ached complete hom e tate 541-548-1712 $224,950 vaulted ceilings with car & built-in buffet laminate wood floor- open floor plan, fambuilding needs; ev- 52970 Walker Way garages, place, • 1500 sq.ft. l ighting. Forced a i r opens to a large deck i ng throughout t h e ily room, living room, Opportunity Knocks Will erything from p lan- $184,000. 3 bd, 2 ba, $1,950,000. • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath gas heating. $192,900 Aaron Boehm, Broker overlooking the f irst main level, a g r eat patio, n dscaped,You Answer? Corner ning to moving in. To attached garage. High design, fenced fenced RVl a • 60955 Miles Court MLS¹201209315. green of t h e C h al- room area. 541-647-8851 Lot, .27 acre, close to a rrange for a p e r - Lakes Realty & Propbackyard, central heat • MLS 201207629 SHORT SALE WITH 2 lenge Course. HomeJim Hinton Ryan Whitcomb, BroMan a gement all Central O regon sonal tour please call erty and AC, large kitchen Darrin Kelleher, Broker LENDERS ID 951. Eagle Crest 541-420-6229 ker 541-639-1151 has to o f fer. Smith Eagle Crest Proper- 541-536-0117 with island, exc. storThe Kelleher Group Bobbie Strome, Properties Oregon Realty at Hunter Properties (866) Rock & beyond City ties age, blinds through- Central 541-788-0029 Principal Broker 866-722-3370 Group, LLC views... Rem o d el 722-3370. Or, better 4 45 Bonner - 72 0 s f out, and great curb We never stop moving: John L Scott Real Traditional Sale! Coundrop by our office cabin, shop, .28 acre, home in Great appeal. Call t o day! Investment Opportunity s tarted... Just a d d yet, Estate 541-385-5500 try living but just min- Beautiful l ocated next to t h e $40,000. High Lakes your personal touches condition $184,500 MLS ¹ 201209498 3 b d rm , c h a rming utes to Bend. New Realty & Pr o perty Ridge Pro Shop. for th e c o mpletion! Single level, 3 bdrms, 2 John L. Scott Real EsBungalow style home, cs Yellow Jacket Cabin carpet, new s t ove, baths, office, 1792 sq. tate 541-548-1712 Management 1440 sq.ft, 3 bdrm, 2 in d owntown R e d$295,000 and vaulted ceilings. 541-536-0117 bath, office and open ft. , NEW Stainless mond. Detached gaLooking for your next Just short drive from Relax on your deck 2 -Story home in N W living/dining/ kitchen. emp/oyee? 52375 Ammon Road. MORRIS Burns, OR this com- overlooking your very steel appliances, large Redmond. Large 1705 rage, lot of off street D etached sgle g a kitchen with e a ting Place a Bulletin help p arking. Zoned f o r Modified A - F rame, pletely rem o deled s ecluded acre l o t ! bar. New blinds, fresh sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. REAL ESTATE rage. Ne w pr i c e: home office, residenwanted ad today and huge shop. $269,900. cabin ha s it all! This DRW home also Knotty alder cabinets, I dp d c ly O d dOp «d $69 500i MLS reach over 60,000 High Lakes Realty & Comes co m pletely s its back f ro m t h e paint in & out. SS appli a nces, tial, could be c o n- ¹201208907, Jim Hinton readers each week. Property Ma n ageTERRANGO GLEN furnished, 1030 sf, 2 road. $109,000 front/back land- verted to commercial John L. Scott Real Es541-420-6229 Your classified ad $99,9 0 0 . tate 541-548-1712 ment 541-536-0117 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths bd plus loft, s/4 bath. Mike Wilson, Broker Central Oregon Realty scaped with irrigation. u se. MLS¹201206148 will also appear on in 2 276ysf o n a Sleeps 11. Propane 541-977-5345 or $185,900. Jim Hinton Group, LLC Call Kelly Starbuck, bendbulletin.com 15194 Ponderosa Lp. 13,500ysf lot. Tiered heat plus Stone fire541-389-7910 541-420-6229 Panoramic views! Great 1.41 acres ready for Principal Broker, which currently relandscape & stairs to place. Large covered Hunter Properties LLC Stick built home with a Central Oregon Realty location 3 miles NW of 541-350-3419 ceives over you! $55,000. High Canal level gathering deck. Solar power. Group, LLC view and double gaRedmond. Views of Lakes Realty & Prop Redmond RE/MAX 1.5 million page 748 area w/firepit & picnic Located on 1.5 acres. rage. $125 , 000. Smith Rock & Land & Homes views every month erty Man a gement grove. Open 2 story Rare opportunity to Northeast Bend Homes MLS¹ 2905473 O chocos. Cus t o m Garage Sales 541-536-0117 Real Estate at no extra cost. floor plan with great own this kind of recCall Linda Lou built 2478 sq. ft. home Bulletin Classifieds room living space that reational retreat on Traditional Sale! 3 Day-Wright, Garage Sales on 4.74 acres. 1800 50760 South Fawn What are you Get Results! is light & bright with Yellow Jacket Reser- bdrm, 1 b ath, 1092 Broker, 541-771-2585 sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. 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Write B roker Century 2 1 Classifieds 541-385-5809 rock surround, wood from the readers view - not Gold Country Realty, features knotty pine, home lending, locally grown rock fireplace, cusmantle & buil t - in the seller's. Convert the Inc. 541-504-1338 Large Lot In SW Red541-385-5809 tom cabinets, double b ookcases & c a b i - facts into benefits. Show mond. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, NE Wav e r ly oven! Home-ID 974. Beautiful 2-Story nets on either side. the reader how the item will 3086 1108 sq.ft, 9148 sq.ft. 3 UMPQUA Eagle Crest L arge m a i n fl o o r Court, Bend. Clean & bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 lot, hot tub, sprinkler help them in someway. c omfortable ra n c h Properties B A N K master bedroom & system, greenhouse. sq. ft., stainless appliThis 866-722-3370 bath. Formal dining style home on a large $106,000. ances, gas fireplace. advertising tip lot in a great neighroom & guest powder MLS¹201207599. One of Sage Landscaped with irribrought to you by room too. Loft family borhood. 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• Fully renovatedcondooffer quality • Travertine foors, rock fireplace • All new appliances • Murphy bedoffersadditional sleeping room • Very comfortable w/balcony views of forest & river MLS¹ 201107707

BeautifulDeschutes River Lot ~$99,900

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3 bedroom, 2 baths New carpet throughout New interior paint 1399 SF Back deck & fenced yard Close to downtown shopping MLS¹201300025

• Three Rivers South • Approx. 1.60 acres • Bonus Mt. Bachelor view

• Well and Septic • Well maintained gravel road • 54653 Silver Fox Dr

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Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSI 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist

Call C.J. Neumann, Broker, CRSl 541-410-3710 Lisa Lamberto, Brokerl 541-610-9697 www.CJLisa.com

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Gem in the Rough( Three Rivers South ( $165,000

Perfect For Your Dream Home ~ $169,000

16869 Downey Rd. ~ $174,900

New Construction SE Bend( $189,000

• 3 bdrm, 2 bath, plus office • 1695 SF w/open floor plan • .57 acre lot with RV parking • Fenced yard w/sprinkler system

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• 55149 Forest Lane

• 3 bed, 2 bath, 1224 SF • Very comfortable home for weekend getaways or full time living in the woods • Desirable development • Close to the Big Deschutes MLS¹201206233

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MLS ¹201209322

Call Greg Barnwell, Broker I 541-848-7222 I

Call The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team,

Call Jordan Haase, Principal BrokerI 541-420-1559

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Brokers I 541-312-5151 www TeamNormaAndJulie.com

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Call Myra Girod, Principal Broker I 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker I 541-788-6767

92 Quelah Condo, Sunriver ~ $245,000

River Canyon Estates ~ $315,000

60806 Taralon Place ( $335,000

One-of-a-Kind Tetherow Homesite/ $375,000

•2bedroom,2bath Quelah ¹y Co ndo • Complete remodel «I • All new doors/windows • Located on Aspen Lake near Nature Center • Condo pool and tennis courts MLS¹201209372

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Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker I 541-508-9581

Getaway With Income ) $379,000

Pronghorn Lot

Call Judy McCombs,Broker I 541-390-1411 jmccombsbendOgmail,com

River Rim Custom Home ( $429,900 • Many upgradesthroughout

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Call Kelly Horton, BrokerI 541-508-9163

Judy McCombs &Shelly Swanson,Brokers I 888-274-2317

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Close Up Views ( Smith Rock ) $455,000

1700 NW lowa ( $460,000

In the Heart of the Old Mill( $534,925

• West Hills contemporary home in the pines " • 3180 SF on a double lot

• Come Build Your Dream Home • 53.97 Acres - 35 Acres Irrigation • 3 Manufactured homes • Fenced¹l Cross Fenced • Possible Owner Terms

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Heart of NorthWest Crossing( $569,000

Abs o lutely Stunning Setting ( $579,900

1204 NW Constellation ~ $609,000

Call Joanne McKee, Broker I 541-480-5159

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• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths

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MLS¹201208744

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MLS ¹201209457

• 4 pius bedroomhomein aspecial cul-de-sacsetting

• Private balcony on a Ile 3ve s • Mtn & river views from 3rd floor ba cony - Private elevator

beautiful landscaping. Mustsee! MLS¹201208025

• 3bed/2.5 bathlocated onCompass Park inheart ofNWX • Charming2734SFbuilt by GregWelch • Den/office onmainRoix off formalentry • 3bedroomsupalong w/openbonus area &laundry room ~Master bath w/soakitub, ngwalk-in shower &large closet • Front porchoverlooksCompassPark

Awbrey Butte ( $549,000

• Kitchen w/slab granite & stain ess steel app iances • Wood wrappedwindows &solid

• Mature old growth pine trees,

Call Rod Hatchell, BrokerI 541-728-8812

Chris Sperry, Principal Broker, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR 541-550-4922, 541-749-8479I www.chrissperry.com

• 3 bedrooms,3full baths, 2290SF

• Contemporary floor plan and finishes • Water features, inside and out

MLS ¹ 201106200

,I fl o or plans . ~ • 2-4 bedroom, 2.5-4.5 baths

Call Ron Davis, Principal Broker, GRII 541-480-3096

• Unique site offering exceptional privacy • Gated area - end of cul-de-sac • Original price $710,000.

Luxury Townhomes~Offered from $414,750

• Live stream JC

• Fabulous mountain, water, and terrain views

Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO 541-480-4186

• 80 acres • Immaculate 2500 SF home • Income producing rock quarry

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• Beautiful craftsman • On Awbrey Butte with views • 4 bedrooms • 3.5 bathS • Quality finishes throughout MLS¹201300195

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Call Mary Stratton, Broker l 541-419-6340

Call BryanHilts, Broker I 541-771-3200

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19472 Stafford Loop ( $645,000

New Tetherow Home ( $675,000

2012 COBATour House inTetherow ( $699,500

Tetherow Contemporary ~ $699,900

• Single level homewith contemporary flair • 4 bedrooms Iincluding two master suites), 3.5 baths,2618SF • Outdoor patios w/fireplace & Firepit • Earth Advantage certified, 3M UV window tint throughout • Oversized corner lot w/extensive landscaping MLS¹201300213

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3487 NW Conrad Drive ( $750,000

This Property Has It All ( $849,900

• Stunning in Awbrey Glen • Cascade Mountains and 2nd fairway views • Spaciousgourmetkitchen

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2 bedroom, 2 bath on 12250 NW Dove Rd 16310 Blacktail Lane- 8996 SW Panorama Rd Custom built home with Great Country home Horse property with a 1.12 acres. $129,000 Custom cedar s i ded Bend C ustom 2034 sq ft , 4 hardwood floors, uphas fenced property spectacular mountain MLS¹201203821 h ome with f loor t o Large home with family b edroom, 2. 5 b a t h graded lighting and for animals. Wonder view. Surrounded by Call Linda Lou c eiling windows t o room and den. Sep. h ome built i n 2 0 06 appliances. Recently ful location and a nice large farms and sets Day-Wright, Broker, Property Ma n age- parking too! $79,900 take in the mtn. views. bldg can be game, w ith Mtn v i ews o n painted and n i cely shop area. Ready for atop a knoll in Mament 541-536-0117 MLS¹201106963 541-771-2585 Immaculate 1841 sq. craft, party room or 1.53 acres. Many up- maintained home on a family wanting to dras area. You can D&D Realty Group LLC Crooked River Realty f t., 3 b d rm, 2 b a t h easy conversion into a graded features in2+ acres. Watch the live on acreage and see forever! Shop has 14238 W h itewater 866-346-7868 with tongue & groove garage. Shop & dog clude: hickory cabisunset and w i ldlife have room to spread stalls & plenty of room Equestrian 5-a c res, $59,900. One of few ceilings, gas house, too, on 1 acre. nets, granite counter f rom y o u r dec k ! out. MLS¹201209328 for hay & t ack. Or fen c e d 36x48 6-stall b a rn, vaulted lots i n W i l d R i ver. C ompletely t ops, alder t rim & MLS¹201208145 $249,900 bring your toys that cross-fenced, groom- free-standing s t ove, $99,000 Short Sale. High Lakes Realty & property! 13665 SW MLS¹201206446 doors, hardwood & tile $237,000 D&D Realty Group LLC don't require f o od! $84, 9 0 0. ing stall, wash rack, wood accents. New P roperty Man a g e Cinder. Faye Phillips, Broker floors. The m a ster D&D Realty Group LLC 866-346-7868 With over 6 a c r es hay barn, mare barn h ardwood floors & ment 541-536-0117 MLS¹201207581 541 -480-2945 866-346-7868 swimming pool. bath has a garden tub there's plenty of room. C all M e lody C u r ry w/foaling stalls. 2004 new On completely fenced John L. Scott with tile surround & This custom b right 15234 Deer Ave. 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. 541-771-1116 Sell an Item acres. $385,000 Real Estate, Bend separate tile shower. home has many upLa Pine I $159,900 Crooked River Realty $298,500. Call Nancy 4.81 MLS¹ 201101447 www.johnlscott.com grades, great f l oor Hideaway in the woods $250,000 Broker, Popp, Gorgeous 4.68 acres Look at: Juniper Realty, MLS¹ 201208347 plan, large r ooms, across from the Little 541-815-8000 1 6751 SW Dove R d . with 4 acres of irriga541-504-5393 Juniper Realty, fireplace & so much Deschutes River in La Bendhomes.com Crooked River Realty B eautiful cust o m t ion. F e nced a n d 541-504-5393 m ore. $220, 0 00 P ine. 1617 sq. ft. + for Complete Listings of 2,500 sq.ft. Iog home cross-fenced, s h op, MLS¹201105983 576 sq. ft. unfinished Area Real Estate for Sale 8 6890 Golden L n on 4.9 acres. GourIf it's under $500 tack room. Spectacu$95,000. G o rgeous Need to get an ad D&D Realty Group LLC attic space. Granite met kitchen w/cherry Need help fixing stuff? lar Smith Rock Views. views, 40 acres. High 866-346-7868 counters, wood floors Gorgeous Mountain you can place it in c abinets, gran i te Call A Service Professional $173,000 in ASAP? Lakes Realty & Prop& .48 acre lot. AmazViews. 12649 SW counters, & farmer's find the help you need. MLS¹201207126 The Bulletin erty Man a gement ing vacation or perPeninsula Dr. sink. Great room has www.bendbulletin.com Need to get an ad 541-536-0117 Call Travis Hannan, manent home. MLS¹201205061 Classifieds for: Fax It to 541-322-7253 floor to ceiling winPrincipal Broker, www.johnlscott.com $162,900 87479 N. Star Lane. 40 in ASAP? dows w/mtn v iews. 9.33 acres in P owell 541-788-3480 /14252 Call Melody Curry acre horse property. The Bulletin Classifieds Hickory hardwood & Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 $10- 3 lines, 7 days Redmond RE/MAX Kathy Caba, Principal 541-771-1116 $149,900. High tile f l oors. R a diant b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , Land & Homes Fax it to 541-322-7253 Broker, ABR Crooked River Realty $16 • 3 lines, 14 days Lakes Realty & Propfloor heating. 3-car garage, barn, Real Estate 541-771-1761 erty Man a gement 12851 SW Deer $499,999 MLS shop, with RV door. IrGreat Investments! The Bulletin Classifieds John L. Scott fprivate party ads oniyj Crossing. Remodeled 201208751. J u niper rigated. $35 9 ,000 Two family/investment 541-536-0117 Real Estate, Bend 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Realty, 541-504-5393 MLS ¹ 2 0 1 2037129 homes in quiet area of 3 bdrm, 2 bath horse www.johnlscott.com 1440 sq. ft. home on Pam Lester, Principal Culver. Spacious floor property w/barn and 2.29 acres. Granite The Bulletin's B roker, Century 2 1 $435,000. Sunriver plans w/stainless apincredible views. c ounters, hick o ry "Call A Service Gold Country Realty, Gem! Extensive Re$139,000 p liances, gran i te cabinets, bam b oo Inc. 541-504-1338 model! Large corner counters & pantry in MLS¹201203441 MOTORCYCLE:Custom Harley wood f l oors, v i n yl Professional" Directory kitchen. 3 bedrooms, Call Julie Fahlgren, lot., 3 full master is all about meeting Davidson 1997 Sportster 1200 XL. BETWEEN BEND & suites, 3.5 baths. 2.5 baths, 1800 sq. ft. Broker, 541-550-0098 windows, the list goes yourneeds. on. Garage, carport 5000 Miles. Lots of chrome.$10,000. REDMOND Price reflects fully fur2 car garage & auto Crooked River Realty and R V cov e red Terrific location - 4 Great ride, but noroomfor the softball nished at $447,000. sprinklers. 5 2916 Old L ak e R d parking. $1 0 9,000 Call on one of the Gorgeous furnishings. MLS¹201201161 & bdrm, 1 ba t h in team. Contact Cheryl at 000-0000. $199,000. Two 1848 professionals today! MLS 201204401 2,888y sq.ft. home on Unfurnished at 201201162 s q.ft. h o mes, t w o Juniper Realty, Kathy Denning, Broker 5.75y acres. A $435,000. Call Susan 20-acre parcels. High 5.950 acres with home 541-504-5393 YCLE:Gently s feel but close for a private showing! 541-480-4429 Lakes Realty & Prop& large 72x60 shop. in Country Susan Pitarro, John L. Scott to t ow n a m e nities. erty Ma n agement, CRR $265,000. 12-peak HUGE C asSuper fireplace w/rock Broker Real Estate, Bend 541-536-0117 MLS¹201209007 c ade v i ews. G o r 541-410-8084 or www.johnlscott.com surround for a m biCall Linda Lou geous Crooked River 541-389-7910 West Powell Butte Esa nce, plus a L o p i Day-Wright, Broker, O utstanding Val u e ! Ranch home w/ knotty Hunter Properties t ates. $ 4 49,999 6 Woodstove that can 541-771-2585 Over 3000 sq. ft. 2 pine ceilings and sunbdrm, 3.5 bath home heat the whole house. level house that has 756 roo m s . Crooked River Realty o n 2 0 a c re s w i t h s plashed Great room floor plan potential and is shop, 2 master suites, Plenty of room with w/living room & Jefferson County Homes great $50,000 - Close to in very good condi- 4-car garage, water 4.98 acres. $249,000 kitchen having Prineville Reservoir tion. Daylight baseMLS¹201206906 feature, gated comwide-plank floors of A truly charming get Older manufactured ment. Huge possibiliL i MLS¹ Gail Day 541-306-1018 reclaimed pine. Disaway property that ties. $158,800 MLS munity. home on 1+ ACRE 201207133 Pam Central Oregon Realty tressed maple cabicomes c o m pletely 201207709 LOT, Idleway Acres. nets in Kitchen with 1 furnished. It is cozy John L. Scott Real Es- Lester, Principal Bro- Group, LLC Call Virginia, ker, Century 21 Gold 1 /2 thi c k slat e yet has room for ex Principal Broker tate 541-548-1712 14198 SW Nine Peaks Country Realty, Inc. 541-350-3418 counters. If you like a tended family gather Pl - Mtn views from cozy c o untry f e e l. ings. Out s tandingPriced to Sell! Afford- 541-504-1338 Redmond RE/MAX this 1960 sq. ft., 3 You've got it!! Beaudeck with grand views able l i ving, g r e at 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom Land & Homes bedroom, 2 bath tiful Cascade Mounof the Cascade Moun starter or investment. Real Estate home, huge shop, home on 1.16 acre. tain Views. 2 corrals, tain and converging $59,000 $299,000 5 Acres In Paradise U pdated wit h n e w pond, shared lake, 3 rivers that make up MLS¹201208170 MLS¹201203307 Acres $425,000 carpet & vinyl flooring acres of irrigation, 2 Lake Billy Chinook. D&D Realty Group LLC Julie Fahlgren, Broker, Perfect small acreage and interior has been stall barn. $375,000 $269,000 866-346-7868 541-550-0098 just outside of town. 3 freshly painted. 936 MLS ¹201205878 MLS¹201204144 Crooked River Realty loc a t ed sq. ft. garage has a bd, 2 b t h b e autiful Bobbie Strome, D&D Realty Group LLC Wonderfully Madras home with a $249,900 - 5-Cascade shop area, 2 bays & newer home. Cathe866-346-7868 Principal Broker d ral a r chways & commanding view of View acres borders 50 amp power for an John L Scott Real N ewer home with 4 Mt. Jefferson and the vaulted ceil i n gs. BLM, 3 bdrm, 2 bath R V. Separate R V Estate 541-385-5500 large bdrms, 2 baths, s urrounding floo r s , are a . custom home, dbl gar covered storage and H ardwood split floor plan, large B eautiful well k e p t + 2 shop areas. 2 strg carport. $139,500 Solid hickory cabinComplete Package! workable kitchen, and home with spacious bldgs, propane heat etry. Dble car garage MLS¹ 201208272 $265,000 plenty of room for a w/ extra room & work- Great place 15 miles rooms. $23 9 ,000 stove, granite, tile. Juniper Realty, large family. Nice size MLS¹201206924 bench area. A lso a in classified advertising! 541-504-5393 Call Nancy Popp from town for someyard t oo . $ 7 6 ,000 D&D Realty Group LLC Broker, 541 815-8000 40 x 60shop w/ office, o ne w/ h o rses o r Newspaper classified advertising leads MLS¹201202015 bathroom, 3 lofts. Full 866-346-7868 Crooked River Realty 1620 s q .ft. w e l l-apsmall herd of cattle. the pack when it comes to connecting D&D Realty Group LLC RV hookup. Fenced 160 ac with 158 ac pointed CRR home WOW! Look at t hese 10 A C R ES/CUSTOM buyers with sellers. 866-346-7868 pasture for your ani- good native pasture adjoins 90-acre pasviews! Cascade mtns HOME/ S HO P in with 2-mile walk- mals. Property that w/ bunch grass. Nice Home is in the 100 year from your living room. Powell Butte! Unique ture has it all! Whether you're at a fork in the road or 3 bd, 1'A bth MH with ~ I The B u lktin ¹ flood plain. It needs Home has been up- floor plan w / indoor ing track. Heat pump, thbgi ig f i , l e d free-stand- Jett Blackburn Real nicely lan d scaped some TLC but sits on dated with newer heat spa room, wide hall- propane Estate, 541-573-7206 can fuel the journey. ing stove, oversized yard. 1200 sf shop a wonderful lot and iv»w.bendbulleun.com p ump and al l n e w ways, single l evel. dbl gar + bonus rm. could make a good floors as well. Great $365,000. $83,500 - S t ick b uilt, w/new 240 sf office & MLS Lg kitchen, covered . l ean-to. 3 b a y m a If you're ready to get rolling, check i nvestment o r fi r s t ranch-style home with 201108648 Call VirHuge Shop, 9226 SW decks. $13 9 ,900. Meadow Rd., CRR chine shed w/2 horse home. 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Scott Real w/breakfast bar Nearly 2-acres, Mt view, 1998 home, dbl gacade Mtn. views. 2892 Crooked River Realty next day, Sat. 11:00 water & power availEstate, Bend • Private master suite great location in CRR, rage, insulated heated SF 1-level home w/inBroker, 541-771-2585 16010 Alpine Dr., La a.m. for Sunday and www.JohnLScott.com Crooked River able at t h e s t reet. w/walk-in closet with v e r y li v eable /cooled office/ work- door pool, 3360 SF Pine - 1 acre corner Realty Monday. • Master bath w/garden h ome. $64,9 0 0 . room with f ull b ath Owner terms availshop, 2nd home 8 l ot with t rees . Snowberry Village ¹98 541-385-5809 able. $69,000 MLS¹ tub & double shower MLS¹201208697 separate from house, o ther b l d gs . 69 . 8 $36,900. High Lakes Advertise your car! Thank you! $79,500 • Gas FA heat PLUS C all N a n c y Pop p Concrete RV pad and acres w/62 acres of 201106095 Add A P(cfure! • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Realty & Pr o pertyReach thousands of readers! The Bulletin Classified 541-815-8000 Juniper Realty, AC 8 fireplace s everal hook - u p irrig. Home has too • 1 404 sq. f t . 1 9 9 9 • Immaculate - too Management 541-504-5393 Crooked River Realty many features to list. Call 541-385-5809 spots. $180,000 541-536-0117 Silvercrest many upgrades to list! Adjoins BLM. The Bulletin Classifieds MLS¹201205184 SW D OV E R D . M t. • Vaulted ceilings New Construction - 3 MLS¹201206931 Find It in $129,900 2) Bend City lots, 2851 Three acres flat propCall Kelly Starbuck, Washington & Three bdrm, 2 b ath, 1748 designer colors Marilyn Rohaly, $795,000 J oh n L. 2857 Huettl St., off Principal Broker, sq.ft., on 1.49 acres, erty perfect to build The Bulletin Classifieds! Sisters views from this • Gas heat and A/C. Call Broker, 541-322-9954 Scott R e a l E s t a teButler Mkt. All utils under on. $59,900. 541-350-341 9 6.1 acre property with Elevated corner lotgranite counters, SS 541 -355-5509 John L. Scott Real 541-548-1712 round $89,900 for both. Redmond RE/MAX appliances, fireplace MLS¹201205386 power installed. Close nice views Estate, Bend all Ron, 541-206-7995 Land 8 Homes Mountain Views! to t h e De s c hutes with custom mantel. Call Julie Fahlgren, • Attached 2-car gaHorse property - 7085 www.JohnLScott.com Real Estate MLS Broker, 541-550-0098 $103,000 River and Steelhead rage + shop area $349,000 Ken Lane, Culver. 39 $39,900 - Lot 141 SW Crooked ¹ 201209128 Pam River Realty 3.39 acres with crazy Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ • Front deck and rear C rater L oop. W e l l acres w/37 acres of Snowberry Village ¹16 Lester, Principal Bro- Well maintained 3 bed- NUID w ate r r i g ht. T reed Lot ! mountan views! 201205646 MLS ¹ 5 acres adjoins public patio Enjoy the carefree lifOwner will carry. Juniper Re a lty, ker, Century 21 Gold room, 2 bath manu201105162 Call Marilyn R ohaly, Flood irrigated from a land over Deschutes estyle at Bend's pre541-504-5393 Country Realty, Inc. factured home t h at MLS¹201100748 Broker, 541-322-9954 C all M e lody C u r ry Ig. pond w/gated pipe. River. Short walk to mier 55+ community sits on 20 acres of se541-504-1338 Call Travis Hannan, SW Geneva View Rd. John L. Scott Real manu f . 541-771-1116 river. $74,900. n ear medical a n d cluded land. Vaulted 1 782 SF Principal Broker, Bend shopping. Immacuh ome. 4 b d / 2 b a . Crooked River Realty MLS¹201102328 T errebonne. L e v e lEstate, NW REDMOND 3 ceilings, den and a 541-788-3480 1.14 acres that will be www.JohnLScott.com bedroom, 2.5 b a th. l arge k i tchen w i t h Shop, barn & 4-stall $45,000 - Owner will Call Linda Lou late 3 be d r oom, 2 Redmond RE/MAX barn. Outside arena Day-Wright, Broker, easy to build on. Well bath features sepaBuilt-ins, tile kitchen pantry. Tons of p ric arry, fantastic 1 / 2 Land 8 Homes Snowberry Village pens . 541-771-2585 treed with an abunc ounters, ga s f i r e- vacy that is still close w /attached r ate d i ning r o o m l o t w/v i ews. Crooked Real Estate ¹46. Mountain & c anyon acre River Realty dance o f wil d l ife huge kitchen with isplace in t h e l i v ing to town. $153,000 MLS¹201008725 $88,900. 3 b d r ms, views. $360 , 0 00 passing thro u gh. room. $126,500 land, master suite with MLS¹ 201107445 Call Julie Fahlgren Nice mountain views, NW Dove Rd., Terreb- $41,500 2 baths, 1600y sq. ft. MLS¹201207831. MLS¹ MLS¹201209508 onne. Private w ell, st a l l Cascade Realty, 541-550-0098 3.09-acres. $95,950. 1994 Silv e rcrest. g arden t u b , John L. Scott Real Es201102002 Call TRAVIS HANNAN, shower, Vaulted ceilp ower & septic i n Dennis Haniford, Crooked River Realty MLS¹201101554 Living room, separate ings, wood tate 541-548-1712 Juniper Realty, Principal Broker, stalled! L e ve l 5 . 12 laminate Princ. Broker Call Linda Lou dining room 8 large floors, FA heat 8 AC. 541-504-5393 541-788-3480 FIND IT! 541-536-1731 acres wit h s e veral Day-Wright, Broker, kitchen with e a ting C overed Ranch in Powell Butte dec k s . Redmond RE/MAX building sites with Mtn ggT fTT 541-771-2585 area. Pellet s t ove, $94,500. Call Marilyn Land & Homes Wonderful acr e a ge $925,000. Pnde of views. All it needs is SELL IT! Crooked River Realty Huge covered BBQ ownership/Borders R ohaly, Brok e r , Real Estate set-up for horses with your dream h ome. deck. Large laundry 541-322-9954 round p en . 4 - s tall BLM. Feed Lot, hay The Bulletin Classifieds 1 0 ACRES, well i n - $96,500 MLS¹ Powell Butte! 10 Acre! r oom a n d 2-ca r Barn, Equip. Shed stalled large pines John L. Scott RE barn w it h c h i cken 20120135 Canyon City, Oregon Views! $799,900 attached garage. MLS¹201206082 $120,000. 15607 coop, hay storage and Juniper Realty, Investment opportunity. Spacious 3863 sq. ft. Call Marilyn Rohaly, Vicci Bowen ...don't let time get bunk house. 541-504-5393 4 city tax lots totalling Deedon Rd., La Pine. People Look for Information Broker, custom home, gor- complete 541-410-9730 Lakes Realty & 40x60 s h o p/garage 14.07 acres. Zoned High About Products and away. Hire a 541-322-9954 geous kitchen, 560 Central Oregon Realty Redmond $97,000 Property Ma n agefinished wit h b a t h. R1. It's possible to diServices Every Daythrough sq. ft. office, RV bldg., Hothouse, 2 ponds, John L. Scott Real Group, LLC 2.59 acres close to ment 541-536-0117 professional out vide the lots further. shop, 8 more. Ask for landscaped. M o u nEstate, Bend The Bulletin f:fassif/eds own. O w ne r wil l Power, city water & 32.42 Acres in Urban tcarry. Extensive Fe a t ure tain 8 meadow views. Turn-key ranch. Caswww.JohnLScott.com of The Bulletin's sewer at the paved Growth Bou n dary, Sheet $799,900. mtn views, built MLS¹201100751 780 12 frost free faucets, cade street. Mtn. 8 valley Adjacent t o The "Call A Service Snowberry Village ¹70 MLS¹201106428 in 1993, 38+ a cres Call Travis Hannan, wrap-around decks on with Mfd./Mobile Homes $69,500 Call Virginia, 26 + i r r igation, views. Many possible Greens, kitty corner to Principal Broker, Professional" h ome a n d muc h barn, shop, hay shed, b uilding s ites. L o - new Ridgeview High • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Principal Broker with Land 541-788-3480 more. $375,000 $59 9 ,000. Redmond RE/MAX attached 2-car garage 541-350-3418 fenced. $55 0 ,000. cated in the city limits School. Directory today! MLS¹ 201207852 MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil- $84,900 - 3 b d rm, 2 Redmond RE/MAX MLS ¹ 2 01 0 03925 of Canyon City near Land 8 Homes SW River Rd. Exc. view vercrest Cascade Realty, John Day. (Sellers are Pam Lester, Principal Land & Homes Pam Lester, Principal bath, 1.03 acres, ga Real Estate from top of property. • Large living room, Dennis Haniford, licensed Oregon Real B roker, Century 2 1 Real Estate B roker, Century 2 1 woodstove, rage, 2.79 acres w alking Princ. Broker Estate brokers). Gold Country Realty, SW Canyon Dr. dining area Gold Country Realty, vaulted ceil i n gs. Priced to Sell $199,900 541-536-1731 $99,900 Inc. 541-504-1338 1.13 acres with access distance to the Des- • Vaulted c e i lings, MLS¹201208375 Inc. 541-504-1338 chutes River & Steel- Sunny windows Spacious 3 bd, 2 ~/~ bth Juniper Realty, from two streets proCall Melody Curry 4 .38 A cr e v i e w l o t 763 home i n Hi g hland 541-504-5393 iding y o u man y head Falls. Hike, bike, • FA heat & heat pump 771 541-771-1116 backs BLM, Cascade v ride horses, fly fish. (A/C) R anch Estates o n Recreational Homes building site options. Lots mtn 8 S m it h R o ck Driveway in place. 7981 u ie na u r a s e- • Front porch and large Crooked River Realty 1.08 acres. S pecOwner terms avail& Property views. Corner lot, ap- able. $58,500 SW High Cone. ting is ideal for vaca- back deck tacular view. M a ny 14738 Birds Eye, La proved for standard $29,900. tions or year round Call Marilyn R ohaly, 5 ACRES with mounupdates win d ows, MLS¹ 201106385 tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 $179,900 Chalet on Pine, Acre with power septic. $199,000. MLS MLS¹201003931 living. $49,000 MLS¹ hardi-plank siding 8 Juniper Realty, Broker, 541-322-9954 b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , acres. Finished & water. $45,000. ¹2809381 Pam Call Melody Curry 201009429 metal roof. Nice patio 5.98 541-504-5393 John L. Scott Real 36x40 shop, fenced, 541-771-1116 Lester, Principal BroJuniper Realty, off the huge rec room. daylight b a s ement, High Lakes Realty & Estate, Bend irigated, ext. sprinkler fireplace, forced Property Crooked River Realty ker, Century 21 Gold Just bought a new boat? 541-504-5393 D bl g a rage pl u s wood air heat, deep garage, system. $2 7 9 ,000. Management Country Realty, Inc. Sell your old one in the SW Shad Rd. Located www.JohnLScott.com 20x36 shop & 3 bay HAGER MOUNTAIN MLS 2809225. Pam private, park-like set 541-536-0117 541-504-1338 classifieds! Ask about our carport. FACTORY SPECIAL on a p a ved street. ESTATES ting. Perfect vacation Super Seller rates! Lester, 541-504-1338 Jett Blackburn Real New Home, 3 bdrm, This 2.7 acre parcel Lot 17 L a newood 4 lots, $30,000 each lo- $49,900 - 5-Acre cor541-385-5809 C entury 2 1 , Go l d home. Estate, 541-573-7206 $46,500 finished ner lot. Perfect locahas Mt. Jefferson & MLS¹201209404 $25,000. Be a u tiful, cated in Silver Lake. County Realty on your site. tion for equine enthuSW Chinook Dr. Smith Rock v i ews. Price Reduction!!! Pantreed, 1 . 7 5 a c r e s. Underground power Call Nancy Popp J and M Homes R i v e r & The lot is level with High Lakes Realty & and conduitfor phone siasts. Near p ublic Crooked oramic Views! Great Broker, 541 815-8000 Gigantic views! 541-548-5511 De s c hutes mountain views from many building sites. location 3 miles NW of Crooked River Realty Property Ma n age- and internet. Views of land & $129,000. Quality FuCrooked River Ranch Hager Mountain. Sep- river. Level for build- t his 5.68 acres l oRedmond. Views of ment 541-536-0117 qua home, 3 bdrm, 2 LOT MODEL ated on a pa v e d water and power is Smith Rock & The Bulletin tic feasibility for stan- ing. Neighboring well cstreet. bath, 1572 sq. ft., LIQUIDATION Num e rous available at the street. Lot 500 S u n F o rest. d ard s ystem. T h e depth 310'. Power to O chocos. Cus t o m Shop + greenhouse To Subscribe call Prices Slashed Huge trees & many building property. Septic was previously 1.27 wooded acres in area is a sportsman's built 2478 sq. ft. home 541-385-5800 or go to MLS¹ 201200450 Savings! Full Warransites. $225,000 MLS¹ MLS¹201109114 North Klamath paradise. approved. $78,500 on 4.74 acres. 1800 www.bendbulletin.com ties, Finished on your Gail Day 541-306-1018 Call Nancy Popp, 201106408 MLS¹ 201208266 County. $10,000. sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. Bobbie Strome, Central Oregon Realty site. 541-548-5511 Juniper Realty, 541-815-8000 High Lakes Realty & Juniper Realty, Principal Broker 4.74 a c r es . MLS Crescent Lake - 1313 Group, LLC JandMHomes.com Crooked River Realty 541-504-5393 541-504-5393 Property ManageJohn L Scott Real ¹201202726 Cut Off Rd. ment 541-536-0117 Estate 541-385-5500 8589 S W P a norama $397,000! away off t he John L. Scott Real Es- Tucked 1.169 acres, main road this 5+ acre 1 6261 Pine D r o p Nice flat lot in Terreb- Road. tate 541-548-1712 views and close p arcel has l ot s o f N icely c l e ared 8 onne, .56 a c res, mtn. storage. This 3 bed/ 2 fenced acre. $35,000 p aved s t reet, a p - to pasture. $40,500. Remarkable Riverfront MLS¹201105165 b ath home i s o v e r High Lakes Realty 8 Home proved f o r ca p -fill ,500 all M e lody C u r r y River front home with 1700 sq. ft. of living Property Ma n age- septic, utilities are at C541-771-1116 o utstanding rive r space. Fenced yard ment 541-536-0117 the lot line. $42,000. v iews i n a gat e d for pets, walking trails MLS 3 2 0 12001172Crooked River Realty community! Beautiful meander through the 208 2nd Ave, Culver Pam Lester, Principal 9.89 acres possibly diSanta Fe home, 3 back of the property. L evel city lot in t h e B roker, Century 2 1 vidable. $89,900. heart of Culver. All masters, triple garage, Large shop plus an Gold Country Realty, 1300 Circle Bar, La huge s hop, 1 3 . 46 s eparate 2 ca r g a - u tilities ar e a t t h e Inc. 541-504-1338 Pine. High Lakes RePeople Helping People Buy Homes Since 1987 r age. Ideal for b i g street ready to be in acres. A must see! alty 8 Property The Highlands at BroMLS201010467. equipment and plenty stalled. This lot just Management of room for snowmo- needs y o u r new ken top, 10 a cres, $850,000. 541 -536-01 1 7 gated, private well, biles, quads and other home. $38,200 685 SE Third St, Bend, OR 97702 ~ 541-318-5500 ~ NMLS¹89511/ML-3213-10 Bring an offer! utilities at lot, applicaBreathtaking Views recreational toys. MLS¹ 201203505. Kellie Cook, Broker 1 05+ acres with 3 60 tion for cap-fill septic. 541-408-0463 $265,000 Juniper Realty I ,' MLS degree views of CasI I I $535,000. MLS¹ 201207823 541-504-5393 John L. Scott Moun t ains, ¹ 201200937. Pam cade Call Kerry at Real Estate, Bend Lester, Principal Bro- Smith Rock and Can541-815-6363 $99,900 You won't be www.johnlscott.com lieve th e s t u nning ker, Century 21 Gold yon Rim views from Cascade Realty, Serenity and Privacy on Country Realty, Inc. the t o p of this views from this .45 of Dennis Haniford, 4.62 acres. Comfortone-of-a-kind Sisters Princ. Broker an acre lot. Cascade 541-504-1338 able 3 b e droom, 2 a creage! Listed a t Mountain views, plus Three 9148 sq.ft. FLAT 541-536-1731 b ath home an d a $ 699,000. Bring a n Smith Rock and Black lots, cul-de-sac, utili30x40 shop with over- Crescent Lake - 19821 Butte views! Home-ID ties stubbed into PUE, offer! sized RV door. Build www.johnlscott.com ¹504 Hwy 58 987 close to West Canyour custom h ome Perfect vacation retreat. $83,500 G r eat Moun /kelliecook yon Rim Park and acwith brea t htaking Located at the WilKellie Cook, Broker tain View .4 4 a c re cess to the Dry Canviews of the Cascade lamette Pass Inn this home site. Avoid bank 541-408-0463 yon trail. $35,000, to mtns. or enjoy as is. c halet has R V a n d c losing costs; t h e John L. Scott $50,000. MLS¹ $249,000 Real Estate, Bend boat parking. It is 1 seller is offering excel 201207687, 92 and MLS¹201205440 www.johnlscott.com bedroom plus loft and lent terms to a quali 94. Pam Lester, D&D Realty Group LLC 1 bath. Renaii heatfied buyer. Home-ID Principal Broker, Cen- Cascade Views in Ter866-346-7868 ing with covered en- 619 rebonne. $192,500 tury 21 Gold Country Single level on 1 acre, 3 tertainment deck. Put $65,000 N i cely treed Breathtaking views, DeRealty, Inc. in rental pool at WPI and fairly level .40 bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 schutes River Can541-504-1338 acre lot with view of sq.ft., master separa- or enjoy exclusively. yon, and farming val$159,000 C line Butte t o t h e Two-acre mt. view lot tion, office, fenced, ley below, 5 usable MLS¹ 201105408 s outh. This lot is l o with septic, pwr lines, f lower garden, R V acres with well. Ideal Call Kerry at cated on a street with water lines installed to building site with unparking. $ 1 4 5,000. 541-815-6363 very nice high end MLS ¹ 201 0 07848. building site. $68,000 o bstructed view s Cascade Realty, custom homes. MLS ¹20100858 Pam Lester, Principal MLS¹201205208 Dennis Haniford, Home-ID 980 Call Nancy Popp B roker, Century 2 1 Gail Day 541-306-1018 Princ. Broker Eagle Crest Properties 541-815-8000 Gold Country Realty, Central Oregon Realty 541-536-1731 866-722-3370 Inc. 541-504-1338 Crooked River Realty Group, LLC

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541 383 4361I • MLS 201300193

541-312-7271 • MLS 201300471

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SCOTTHUGGIN, BROKER,GRI

541.322-1500 • MLS 201300512

SE BENDj $265,000 DARRINKELLEHER,t •93 bedroom, b d 2 2.5 5 bbath h BROKER

SUECONRAD BROKER,CRS

' 4 bedroom 3 bath • Cul-de-sac location

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SOUTH DEERFIELDPARK j $235,000 • New Construction 1500 sq.ft.

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541-55p-4944 • MLS 201300384

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~•g SISTERS j $824,000 MNFAIR BAH8, • 3216 sq,ft. BRQKL RSRLSGRi'g g 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath 9 20 acres Cppf 541.383.4344I ' MLS 201200880

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GREG MILLER, P.C., • 3 bedroom, 2 bath BROKER,CRS , GRI

541.410.4938 g ' MLS 201206583

541 408 151 1 • MLS 201205806

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541-480-6621 • MLS 201208795

HISTORICDISTRICT j $649,000 • 2119 sq.ft. English cottage

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POINTSWEST j $549,000 • Close to River trail

• 2 0 ,39 ACRES j $525,000 DAWN ULRICKSON ' 2334 sq h BROKFR CRS g •• 3 bedroo~, 3 bath Steven Van Santdesigned

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541-610-9427 g ' MLS 201207288

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541-480-7647 • MLS 201209443

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541-480-6448 ' MLS 201208464

MOUNTAIN HIGHj $410,00Q KELLY NEUMAN,

• 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath BRpKER • .50acre lot 541-480-2102 • MLS 201201006 '

TRI-PLEX j $379,50Q

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CHRISNHARTMAN • 4 bedroom, 2 bath pECOUR CEY • 4.78 acres, pond BROKER 541-312.7263 • MLS 201206420

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Ill SW BEND j $315,000

SUNDANCE j $329,000 • 4 b~d~oom • 2274 Sq.Ft. • 2.96 flat acres 541-948-0997 • MLS 201209541

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NE BENDj $200,000

WESTB ROOKVILLAGEj $219,500 • 1641 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 2 bath

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541.390-5349 • MLS 201208267

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541-312-4p44 • MLS 201208886

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541-241-0432 • MLS 201208852

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PRINEVILLE j $154,90P DARRYL DOSER, BRQKER,CRS

• 3 bed«om, 2.5 bath • Near MeadowLakesGolf Course 541.383.4334 • MLS 201 207946

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541-280-614

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PRINEVILLE j $99,000 • 2.04 acres

JJONES • Cascade Mountain views BROKER ' 541.61p.7318 • Crooked River views 541 788 3678 • MLS 2704850

RIVERS EDGEVILLAGEj $80,000 JERRY STONE BRQKFR

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THREE RIVERSSOUTH j $75,000

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TVZDT2 OPBPL 175 173 Varied Pro rams Tavis Smile Journal Ni htl Business PBS NewsHour Varied Pro rams *A&E 13028 18 32 CSI: Miami Criminal Minds Criminal Minds The First 48 The First 48 The First 48 *** The Perfect Storm 2000Geor e Cloone . A fishin boat sails into the storm ofthe centu . « ** Hannibal 2001 « (11:30) ** Hi hlander 1986,Fantas ChristopherLambert. « *** Faro1996 FrancesMcDormand,SteveBuscemi.« ** Hannibal 2001Anthon Ho kins. Adisfi ured victim of cannibalistic Dr. Lecter seeks reven e *** The Fu itive 1993 « 'AMC 10240 39 CSI: Miami Shockin discove . n CSI: Miami Fli ht Risk n es (11:15) **** Rain Man 1988Dustin Hoffman (:45 *** The TrumanShow1998, Comed-DramaJim Carre, Laura Linne . « *** Escape FromNewYork1981 Kurt Russell, ErnestBor nine *** Braveheart1995 MelGibson, Sophie Marceau. « h (11:30) *** Enterthe Dra on1973 BruceLee,JohnSaxon. « 11:00 *** Braveheart1995 MelGibson. AScottish rebel rallies his count men a ainst En land ** Consta ntine 2005,Fantas KeanuReeves,RachelW eisz,ShiaLaBeouf.« Demolition Man *ANPL 68 50 26 38 Too Cute! Animal Co s Houston Animal Co s Houston Pit Bulls and Parolees The Haunted K-9Co s Varied Pro rams BRAVO 137 44 Varied Pro rams 28 Roseanne 06 Roseanne :44 Reba CMT 19032 42 53 Closin Bell Closin Bell With Maria Bartiromo Fast Mone Varied Pro rams Mad Mone The Kudlow Report Varied Pro rams CNBC 54 36 40 52 The Situation Room Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper360 CNN 55 38 35 48 (11:00) CNN Newsroom Varied Pro rams Movie Comed Central:22 Futurama 4:53 Futurama Alwa s Sunn COM 13553 13547 Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram J o of Fishin A d v Journal G e t Outdoors V isions of NWCit Edition Pa i d Pro ram COTV Public Affairs Capitol Hill Hearin s CSPAN 61 20 12 (9:00) Public Affairs 'DIS 87 43 14 39 Little Einsteins Varied Pro rams Phineas, Ferb Varied Pro rams A.N.T. 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Premiere **** Wilson 1944 Premiere *TLC 17834 32 34 What Not to Wear A Bab Sto A B a b Stor Varied Pro rams Four Weddin s Varied Pro rams *TNT 17 26 15 27 Bones Bones Bones Bones Varied Pro rams *TOON 84 Loone Tunes Loone Tunes Tom 8 Jerr Tom and Jerr Scoob -Doo Johnn Test Jo h nn Test Varied Pro rams Wrld, Gumball Wrld, Gumball Adventure Time *TRAV 179 51 45 42 Varied Pro rams Bourdain: NoReservations Varied Pro rams Bizarre Foods/Zimmern Man v. Food Man v. 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Bulletin Daily Paper 2-2-13  

The Bulletin Daily print edition for Saturday February 2, 2013