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Drafting an academic master plan Central OregonCommunity Collegeopenedcampuses in Madrasand Prineville in 2011 at atime whenenrollment at the BendandRedmond campuseswas booming. Nowadministrators are planning for the future of the outlying campuses, including developing anchor programs at each.Most students take basic mathandwriting courses, but the college is working on offering more subjects taught by more full-time faculty. Today, ateachcampus except Madras, astudent can earn anAssociate of Arts Oregon Transfer degreewithout taking classes online or atanother campus.

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Numberofdegree-seeking students (fall 2014)

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ADRAS: ' Administrators in Madrasareworking to develop aprecision agriculture program, incorporating technology in the field. Thecampus doesn't offer agriculture courses now,but those offered through OSU-OpenCampus were popular with students. Obtaining a degreerequires classes online or at another COCC campus.

By Joby Warrick The Washington Post

WASHINGTON — It started with a simple

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handshake. On Sept. 26, 2013,the

lines of a U.N. conference in New York.

Though it lasted only minutes, the encounter

between Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Secretary of State

John Kerry was a breakthrough of sorts: the high-

$17.6 million in revenue, a figure city staffers estimate is needed to make sure all24,000 customers

can turn on their faucets while maintaining enough reserves to

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Prineville's most popular program is business,andthe campus is working to offer an associate's in businesswithout making students takeclasses elsewhere.COCC'sbuilding in Prineville is co-ownedby Crook County, which putmoney from afederal grant toward construction.

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an Iranian and a U.S. official in decades. It would

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... and we never will. But

we do have a core group of students ... who have barriers that prevent them from taking classes elsewhere."

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— Suzie Kristensen, campus coordinator in Prineville

who conserve water and more equitably distribute the cost of

maintainingthe system by shifting costs to those who inflict the most wear and tear.

and beyond By Kerry Hannon New Yorh Times News Service

A month before turning 60, Helen White received her master's

degree insport management at George Washington University and now teaches basketball and

pickleball and organizes recreational programs and tournaments for older adults.

Source: Central Oregon Community College/ Bulletin file photos

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"I wanted to change the stereotype of older adults by getting them to move and enjoy the power

The Bulletin

By Abby Spegman

An Independent Newspaper

The Bulletin

The year was 2009. The econo-

Vol. 113, No. 94,

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my was tanking, college enrollment was booming, and Central Oregon Community College was making its case to voters for a $41.58 million bond for new buildings.

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The increase would be 2 percent less than predicted earlier and is projected to be followed in 2016 by another3percentjump. Muddying the waters is a new rate system for charging customers, a model that puts more em-

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COCC's first campus, onBend's west side, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. It features aresidence hall, library and bookstore and is home to student clubs andsports. Students can earndegrees and certificates or fulfill requirements needed totransfer to afour-year school in more than 50areas, from chemistry and anthropology to outdoor leadership and exercise science.

ment on limiting Iran's

sewerrates,butdueto a change in the way charges are calculated, estimating a household's or business' future bill is tricky.

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City of Bend residents are likely to face a 3 percent increase in water rates and a 4 percent hike in

deal with any unforeseen leaks.

Opened in1997,Redmond is the most established outlying campus. Its enrollment peaked in2011 with more than1,200 students. This fall it opened a 34,300-square-foot technology center (above), and next year it will havea director on campuswho will workto develop the manufacturing andtechnology program.

years — exchanged awkward greetings on the side-

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By Tyler Leeds

by city staff at a financial planning meeting Friday afternoon. The wa-

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health an d s c ience rejected a $43.75 million bond. But • Tuition center. In Redmond, the 2009 measure passed, and two rising?B1 a technology center. years later, COCC opened campuses And for students near- in Madras and Prineville. ly an hour's drive from the main Now, with the economy picking campus, a chance to start their col- up and more students heading back lege experience without the long to work, college officials are asking commute. themselves: What next? A yearbefore,53 percent of voters

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of play," White said. "The degree opened opportunities for me to do that."

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NO anOreXIC mOdelS —In France,controversial new measures to prohibit modeling agenciesfrom hiring dangerously thin models and to require that retouchedphotos of models beclearly labeled overcame a major legislative hurdle Friday,winning approval bythe National Assembly. If approved by the Senate, the measures, whichare part of a larger overhaul of theFrenchhealth carelaws, would put France inthe vanguard in punishing thefashion world for its use of very thin models. "A person should not beobliged to starve herself in order to work," said Olivier Veran,thelegislator and neurologist who championedthe bills. — Fromwirereports

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key to learning in infants is surprise

HISTORY Highlight:In1865, President AbrahamLincoln,accompanied by his sonTad,visited the vanquished Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia, where he wasgreeted by a crowd that included former slaves. In1818,Congress decided the flag of the United States would consist of 13 redand white stripes and 20stars, with a new star to beadded for every new state of the Union. In1841, President William Henry Harrison succumbedto pneumonia onemonth after his inauguration, becoming the first U.S. chief executive to die in office. In1850,the city of Los Angeles was incorporated. In1933, the Navyairship USS Akron crashed in severe weather off the NewJersey coast with the loss of 73 lives. In1945,during World War II, U.S. forces liberated the Nazi concentration campOhrdruf in Germany. Hungary was liberated as Soviet forces cleared out remaining Germantroops. In1958,JohnnyStompanato, an enforcer for crime boss Mickey Cohenand the boyfriend of actress LanaTurner, was stabbed to death byTurner's teenagedaughter, Cheryl Crane, who said Stompanato had attacked her mother. In1968, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., 39, was shot and killed while standing on a balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. In1975,more than130 people, most of them children, were killed when aU.S. Air Force transport plane evacuating Vietnameseorphans crash-landed shortly after takeoff from Saigon. Microsoft was founded byBill Gatesand Paul Allen in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In1985, Gary Dotson, who'd served sixyears of a prison sentence for rape, wasfreed on bail from the Joliet Correctional Center in lllinois after his accuser, CathleenCrowell Webb, testified that the attack

had never occurred. (Charges against Dotson were dropped in1989; he waspardoned by l linois Gov.GeorgeRyanin 2002.) In1995, Francisco Martin Duran, who had rakedtheWhite House with semiautomatic rifle fire in Oct. 1994, wasconvicted in Washington of trying to assassinate President Bill Clinton (Duran waslater sentenced to 40 years in prison). Ten years ago: Tensof thousands of pilgrims paid their final respects to PopeJohn Paul II after his body was carried on a crimson platform to St. Peter's Basilica. Kyrgyzstan President Askar Akayev, who'd fled the country from an uprising, signed a resignation agreement. Five years ago: At least 42 people were killed as suicide attackers detonated car bombs near embassies in Baghdad. One year ago:AnAfghan police officer opened fire on two Associated Press journalists inside a security forces base in eastern Afghanistan, killing prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus andwounding veteran correspondent Kathy Gannon.

BIRTHDAYS Actress Elizabeth Wilson is 94. Recording executive Clive Davis is 83. Actor Craig T. Nelson is 71. Actress Christine Lahti is 65. Writer-producer David E. Kelley is 59. Actor HugoWeavingis55.Talkshow host/comic GrahamNorton is 52. Actor David Cross is 51. Actor Robert DowneyJr. is 50. Rock musician MagnusSveningsson (TheCardigans) is 43. Magician David Blaine is 42. Actress Natasha Lyonne is36. Actor Eric Andre is 32.Actress Jamie Lynn Spears is 24. — From wire reports

continuity). After the r amp experi-

By Geoff reyMohan Los AngeIes Times

Baby play just got a little less random.

ments, researchers played a

squeaking sound from a hid-

It turns out that infants den speaker while moving the are n a t u ra l sc i entists, target object (a ball or car) up

spurred by surprises to test primitive hypotheses, according to a study published online in the journal Science. Eleven-month-old

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and down. Then they gave the infants a five-second glimpse of the target object and a dis-

tractor object. The researchers were interested in how well the infants

fants who observed some- would "map" the newly assothing that defied their ru- ciated sound to the correct, or dimentary

e x p ectations, "target" object. So they moved

such as a ball that seemed to go through a wall, readily learned something new about that object but didn't learn it after viewing an object acting normally, according to the study. The babies also sought

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portion of

t i m e t h e b abies

looked at each object. Learning scores were based on the difference between the

expectations and played

proportions of time babies spent fixating on the target object in the mapping test and the proportion they had

with it in ways that seemed to test its properties. Such

spent looking at it when it was p resented silently w it h t h e

directed exploration has been widely chronicled in preschoolers and older children and is a pillar of formal models of learning,

distractor. Learning scores were significantly higher for infants who had previously seen the

but it had not been demon-

edge-inconsistent way than for those that had seen it do the

out the object that defied

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both objects while the sound played and recorded the pro-

strated in young infants. T he

o bject behave in a

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fer evidence to support what scientists had long

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prising probably supports infantswho saw the expected learning. event — the ball stopped by "The trick was to figure

out how to ask babies what they are thinking, since they're too young to verbally report their beliefs to us," said study co-author Lisa Feigenson, a cognitive psychologist who is co-director of the Johns Hopkins

the wall — failed to learn this new information," Stahl said.

"However, infants who saw the surprising event — the ball that passed through the wall

— learned this new information very efficiently." Researchers ran the ramp

University Laboratory for

and squeak trials again, but played a new sound when they

Clockwise from top left: Baron Ambrosia, a long distance swimmer; Paul Rodzianko, an Arctic ex-

Child Development.

moved both objects — a rat-

plorer and mountain climber; Greg Olsen, an astronaut and an honorary member of the Crow Nation; and Laetitia Garriott de Cayeux, president of aerospace company Escape Dynamics, with Ronin, 6 months. All were attending the Explorers Club annual dinner last month in New York.

Trackingsurprise

Photos by Fred R. Conrad / New York Times News Service

By Daniel Engber

It's like we are dabbing with a

New York Times News Service

napkin at the few blank spots in the atlas.

Eric Larsen seemed ill at

"Their psychological experience is ofbeingthere," said Bill

Clancey, a cognitive scientist The "instinct to explore" who embedded with the Mars ease in his tuxedo. He is more inclined to trudge across an ice may still persist, but it's lost Exploration Rover mission in shelf than mingle at a fancy its whiff of derring-do — more February 2004. He remembers party in Manhattan. Yet here pickled than preserved. Do we sitting in a dark room, with

he was, in black tie, nibbling reallyneed explorers now, in on canapesat the American the age of Google Maps'? Museum of Natural History. The Explorer Club's departLarsen came to this event ing president, Alan Nichols, because of how he makes a liv- believes we do. "This is the golden age ing. It's printed on his business card: Explorer. He had trekked of exploration," he said in a to New York City from his meeting at the club's kooky, home in Boulder, Colorado, for ostentatious headquarters in his profession's version of the Manhattan. Members come Oscars: The Explorers Club here to drinkwhiskey and host Annual Dinner and awards. lectures amid the mounted More than 1,000 people tusks,sleds and axes. Some of joined him this month for Roosevelt's trophies decorate the four-hour soiree beneath the rooms. the museum's fiberglass blue In addition to his adminiswhale. Among them were as- trative duties, Nichols, 85, has tronauts like Buzz Aldrin, as- been working on a project tronomers like Neil deGrasse to find the tomb of Ghengis Tyson, and a panoply of others Khan. "They've been looking for of who make apoint of seeking thrills and seeking knowledge, the tomb for 750 years,and in varying proportions. they haven't found him," NichFounded in 1904, The Exols said. "But we'll find him. plorers Club is an international Why? Because we've got unsociety dedicated to promoting derground-penetrating X-rays, fieldresearch and "preserving we've got drones, we've got the instinct to explore." Among magnetometry. We've got all its early members were the this stuff that explorers haven't first humans to visit the North had before." Pole, the South Pole, the sumBut the growth of new techmit of Mount Everest and the nology poses problems for surface of the moon. one of the club's most cherTheodore Roosevelt joined ished precepts — that explo-

heavy shades drawn across

the club in 1915; at this year's

ration means adventure in the

dinner, there was a look-alike in safari gear, hired by the

classic mode still seems viable, and where the issues are not

field, carried out by visionary risk-takers. These days, many quite so vexed. This year,the of our most thrilling expedi- club honored a caver named C. tions are made remotely, us- William Steele, who was about ing robot arms and sensors, to set off to spelunk in Huautla, and in place of legendary Mexico, the site of the deepest ship-captains and mountain- cave system in the Western eers — think of Ernest Shack- Hemisphere. leton and Sir Edmund Hillary Steele takes biologists along — we have expansive teams on his expeditions, a la Darof scientists and engineers. win on the Beagle, and his When NASA sends up rovers teams have found cave-adaptto study the Martian surface, ed species oftarantulas.There they are controlled by commit- is no way to do this work with tee in Pasadena, California. robots, he t old t h e d i nner It's hard to say if these men guests. "It's the purest form of and women are explorers in exploration: You don't know the classic sense. until you go."

hosts. But as this ghost of ex-

peditions past bushwhacked through guests in evening wear, a l ess intrepid spirit

came to mind — not exploration, but nostalgia. For all the triumphs of the

past, today's explorers face a daunting prospect: Our maps are fully drawn, and there is

not much left for them to do. We may still search the ocean

floors and rappel into uncharted caves, but it is hard to shake the feeling that these expeditions are not fundamental.

the windows so the research-

ers could match their schedules to the days and nights of a planet 140 million miles away. As the team sent commands

up to the rovers, he said, the s cientists built u p

a me n -

tal map of where they were. "They know what's around the bend and what's behind them.

tle instead of a squeak. When the rattle played, infants who Chronicling s u r prise saw the knowledge-inconsisr eactions, which can b e tent trials didn't increase the elicited even from new- proportion of looking time to borns, has been a reliable

the target object. And learn-

way to try to assess what expectations infants might

ing scores were significantly greater in the original squeak

have of their world and at

test than in the test with the

what ages those rules are rattle. present. Hundreds of studT hat suggested that t h e ies use the technique, and infants had actually learned they've shown that young about a new property of the infants already have a no- misbehaving object — the tion of object solidity and original squeak — and weren't continuity — balls don't just preferring that object. just pass through walls, or To test if learning was endisappear and reappear hanced only toward the mismagically elsewhere. Ba- behaving object, they ran the bies even appear to have continuity v i olation e xperin umeric and s o cial e x - ment (the ball magically movpectations, studies have ing from one hidden location to shown. But how surprise me-

another), then presented a new

elaborate tools. Yet even in

Stahl, a Ph.D. candidate in

aroused and ready to learn

Pasadena, there was uncer-

the child development lab, anything: They appeared to designed a series of exper- be focused on learning re-

These are real experiences, the experiencesofrealexplorers." It is easy to mistake the ro-

bots for explorers, Clancey said, even though they're just tainty about who or what, exactly, was behind the work. In

one of the NASA team's first published science papers, the action was described in differ-

ent ways: "We drove Spirit," the authors wrote, and then later, "Spirit drove away."

The Explorers Club has grappled with these confusing, modern expeditions by honoring the scientists in charge. Not everyone agrees with their

inclusion, though. There are some places on Earth where exploration in the

object and showed that it had a diates additional learning sound associated with it. among infants remained a Infants failed to map the mystery. new sound to the new object. Feigenson and Aimee Infants weren't just generally

iments involving a total of 110 babies, to test the hy-

pothesis that violations of

lated to a specific object that

defied expectations, the study suggests.

core expectations offera

"special opportunity for learning." Babies witnessed events

that appeared consistent or inconsistent with basic physics. A ball or car rolled down a ramp toward two walls, positioned in tandem and partially obscured by a screen. When the screen was removed, babies saw the rolled object resting against the first obstacle or the second — as if it had passed through the first. Another group saw a ball put behind one of two screens, which then were

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to grant broad access to the experimental drug. Online which last year raised more forums lit up. A Change.org are considering them. petition attracted more than a T he ALS effort i sn't t h e than $115 million through its half-million signatures. first time desperate patients "Ice Bucket Challenge," says "Why would anyone oppose have launched a social media making the drug broadly availit?" ALS patient David Hunt- campaign to try to compel the able at this point could expose ley, a former triathlete who FDA to act. But it has left the patients to possible side effects can no longer speak or travel, ALS community starkly divid- and "pulls money, personnel asked in a letter his wife, Linda ed, with some advocates and and effort away from finding Clark, read at a rally on Capitol researchers questioning the the cure that all of us are workHill last week. "(ALS) doesn't company's tactics. ing together to find." Dorothy and Winston Ko, just kill you; it takes away evThey say few pharmaceutierything that you care about, cal companies would push for the owners of Pasadena-based one at a time, then it kills you. accelerated approval based on Genervon, insist their results Tell me how some as-yet-to-be- a 12-week trial involving 12 are strong enough to warrant detected side effect is going to people. Short-cutting the tra- speedy approval. "The data is degrade my quality of life?" ditional clinical-trial process, highly, highly robust," WinBut others argue that the they warn, could make it more ston Ko said in an interview. drug hasn't been adequately difficult to t ell w hether the "Why would I push it if I'm not confident that our innovative, tested and it is too soon to re- drug really works. "All this petitioning and novel drug discovery is not lease for wide usage. The FDA must now weigh press releases over such little effective?" Thousands of ALS patients its mandate to ensure new data is premature," said David drugs are safe and effective Gortler, a pharmacology ex- and their loved ones remain against the demands of pa- pert and former FDA senior hopeful about the drug. Eric Valor, 46, a California tients such as Huntley, who say medical officer. "I think Genthey should be allowed to try ervon is preying on the lack of ALS patient, says the apparexperimental treatments and information that the average ent safety of the drug, coupled are willing to accept the risks. person has about the drug-de- with its potential, makes it an ideal candidate for pressing The agency could act any day. velopment process." The campaign for FDA Steve Perrin, chief scientif- the FDA to change the way it approval of the drug, called ic officer of the ALS Therapy approves drugs for the termiGM604, e c hoes a pu s h Development Institute, a non- nally ill, a process he thinks around the nation for broader profit dedicated to developing is too slow and risk-averse. "I accessto experimental drugs treatments, is more blunt. "The understand the need for data for seriously ill patients. More bottom line with the Gener- and deplore false hope and its than a d o zen s tates have von drug is there is absolutely effect on PALS (people with enacted "right to try" laws no data," he said. "There is no ALS)," he wrote in an email. aimed at allowing such pa- mathematical way or statisti- "However, the current FDA retients to get drugs that have cal way that they could mea- view paradigm has to change. ... It's a balance between hope passed only initial safety sure a drug effect." Even the ALS Association, and hard science." tests. Nearly two dozen more

College

m ore than halfofretirees70or youngerretiredbeforethey had Continued fromA1 originally intended; 40 percent But it was also a bet on her did so because ofhealth-related issues and 26 percent because

where she had been a man- of layoffs, forced early retireager ofinformation services. ment or other issues with their White, who lives in Arlington, employers. Virginia, spent about $24,000 Some of those reluctant reas a part-time student for four tirees want, or need, to keep years to prepare for her new working in some fashion, but life. to get hired, they must first exFor many, a retirement of pand their skill set. baby-sitting g r andchildren, The need tooffer more edugolfing and relaxing on the cational options that can lead beach is passe. Older people to jobs for older adults is gaintoday approach work as a pil- ing traction. lar of a retirement lifestyle, In March, deans, provosts planning ahead and adding and vice presidents from 22 skills even before leaving their institutions, including Arizocurrent jobs. na State University, ColumAs demand for more adult bia University, Community learning opportunities accel- College of Vermont, Cornell erates, colleges and univer- University, Denison Universisities are trying to figure out ty, Tulane University, UCLA how to tap into the market for

and the University of Wash-

second careers to bolster their revenue and perhaps build alumni loyalty. The potential audience is huge.

ington, held a daylong sum-

By 2030, the number of

have paid little attention to the

mit at New York University to

to create i n tergenerational,

age-friendly institutions and build a network to help students like White and others who want to reboot to service-oriented work.

sities frequently compete, but this is a space we can find a

Financial Services found that

for free tuition at community collegesbecomes law, even more older students are likely

to participate. Some state u niversities have also offered enticements

to older students. California's 23 state universities offer tuition-free classes in their Over

60 Program, and in Texas, public colleges and universities have tuition-reduction

programs for students 55 or older. Pennsylvania State Uni-

versity' sGo-60program offers tuition-free enrollment in undergraduatecredit courses to people who are at least 60 and

retired or working less than half time.

Students not seeking degreesoften can audit classes at a local college or enroll in massive open online courses, or MOOCs, at little or no cost,

allow students 50 and older who aren't seeking to earn

credit to attend classes at more than 100 universities.

One-year adult education programs aimed at professionals are also on the increase.

The first class of 24 students began orientation last De-

Learning Initiative at Harvard

is a similar program.

ip Pizzo, a former dean of the

Stanford School of Medicine and founding director of the Stanford institute. "They are here to discover which areas thing new."

In recentyears, communi-

Initiative, for example, creates

campus programs for people

ers have long denounced as the "Great Satan." Statements by U.S. and

Iranian officials m ade clear that the two countries are nowhere close to nor-

a milestone achievement, a pivotal point i n I r a n's post-revolutionary history rupt and brutally repressive

Iran. The negotiators did not,

and the beginning of a new

regime. for example, discuss the growchapter in t h e c ountry's Every year since 1979, tens ing crisis over Iran's support relations with the outside of thousands of Iranian partic- for Houthi rebels who last world. ipate in rallies commemorat- month o v erthrew Y e men's "We have entered uning the anniversary of the U.S. S unni-led government i n c harted t e r ritory," s a i d Embassy crisis, burning U.S. Sanaa. "This understanding is unKarim Sadjadpour, an Iran flags and chanting, "Death to expert at the Carnegie En- America." One of the largest likely to lead to i m mediate dowment for International rallies in recent years occurred changesinIran'sdomesticand Peace. "A decade ago you in 2013, the same year Iranians foreign policies," said Ali Nadcould go to prison for ad- overwhelmingly elected mod- er, an Iran analyst for Rand vocating dialogue with the erate cleric Hassan Rouhani as Corp. "But for now this is an United States. Now that ta- president. important breakthrough." boo has been smashed." The hostage ordeal marked Whether, and how quickthe end of diplomatic relations ly, Iranians will see tangible DNerences remain between the two countries, but benefits from the accord is still Tehran and Washington it was only the first of a long unclear. Negotiators deferred remain sharply at odds on seriesof crises,from alleged- a final decision on the timing a host of issues — from Ira- ly Iranian-sponsored terrorist for easing Western sanctions nian support for militants attacks on U.S. Marines and against Iran, meaning that imto the detention of U.S. cit- diplomats in Lebanon to the provements in Iran's chronic izens in Iranian prisons. downing of an Iran Air pas- jobless rate and high inflation President Obama, in ansenger jet by the Navy guid- could still be many months nouncing the agreement, ed missile USS Vincennes in away. acknowledged that it "will 1988. Thus, while many Iranians not end the deep divisions Since 2003, the tensions reacted jubilantly Thursday and mistrust between our have centered on Iran's nucle- to news of the agreement, the two countries." ar ambitions, following allega- euphoria could quickly turn Yet the deal represents tions of secret nuclear-related to despair if the nuclear deal a remarkable shift for a research programs by Iran's fails to translate into economcountry that, j ust t h r ee military and the discovery of ic improvements for ordinary years ago, was firing at partially constructed, heavily Iranians, said Mehdi Khalaji, U.S. surveillance drones fortified facilities intended to a senior fellow with the Washover international waters produce enriched uranium. ington Institute of Near East in the Persian Gulf and Iran has maintained that it Policy. "People need to see change," allegedly plotting to assas- has a right to develop a peacesinate a Saudi diplomat by ful nuclear energy program, Khalaji said. "If Rouhani is not bombing a restaurant in but Western suspicions about able to do much in the short Washington. While Iran's Iran's nuclear intentions ele- term, it will lead to popular security e s t ablishmentvated concerns about a possi- disappointment and strengthand many of its leading ble military conflict. en the hand of hard-liners." clerics remain vehemently As nuclear talks between But other observers believe anti-American, ordinary Iran and five world powers that th e d i p lomatic o penI ranians w i l l n o w se e stumbled, the United States ing achieved over the last 18 rapprochement with the and its allies sought to slow months will be difficult to West as not only possible the nuclear program through reverse. After years of sancbut desirable, said Trita other means, from covert cy- tions, many ordinary Iranians Parsi, president of the Na- berattacks to sweeping eco- are more than eager to see tional Iranian A m erican nomic sanctions, imposed by their country shed its isolation Council. the Obama a dministration, and experience freedoms that "For many people this that slashed Iran's oil profits residents of other capitals take closes the chapter on and crippled its banking sec- for granted, said Haleh Esfan1979," said Parsi, referring tor. At least five Iranian nucle- diari, director of the Middle to the year when Irani- ar scientists were killed by un- East Program at the Woodrow ans overthrew the coun- known assassins in the space Wilson International Center try's pro-American ruler, of two years. for Scholars, a Washington Shah Mohammad Reza think tank. "The population is dying for Pahlavi, allowing fierce- Warming relations ly anti-American AyatolThe first real signs of a thaw a deal," Esfandiari said. "They lah R uhollah K h omeini emerged after the surprise are saying, 'We are sick and to come to power. "It's not election of Rouhani, a moder- tired of being treated as a parithat the revolution is unate who campaigned for pres- ah state. We are sick and tired done, but the enmity with ident on a promise to improve of being marginalized.'" Iran's most powerful leadthe United States is finally diplomatic relations with the neutralized." West and win relief from eco- ers, including Supreme LeadFor most of the past nomic sanctions. The historic er Ayatollah Ali K h amenei, three decades, that enmity first handshake between Zarif will likely continue to resist not only defined relations and Kerry took place a month change, and even Rouhani between the United States after Rouhani's inauguration. may feel he lacks the capital and Iran, but also served Two months after that, on to undertake major reforms a rallying cry, particularly Nov. 24, 2013, Kerry and Zarif to the country's foreign polat times when the regime signed an agreement along icy. Yet, sanctions relief will faced external or domestic with diplomats from five other likely provide "some space to crises. The defining event world powers, freezing Iran's Iranians who want an end to in the Islamic Republic's nuclear program and setting Iran's isolation," said Nader, history was the storming of the stage for the comprehen- the Rand expert. "The conservatives won't be the U.S. Embassy on Nov. sive framework announced on 4, 1979, and the seizing of Thursday. able to blame the nuclear crisis 52 U.S. hostages, an event Iran experts noted that the with the West for the intense fueled by r age against agreement sidestepped other atmosphere of repression they the United States for its major obstacles to genuinely have maintained for the past support of the shah's cor- improved U.S. relations with decade," Nader said.

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country that Iranian lead-

cember at the Stanford Dis-

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capture their sprit and permit them to transition to some-

nancial gerontology at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. tical c ontinuing e ducation. But there is another reason The American Association of fortherise inthenumberof old- Community Colleges' Plus 50 er students. A survey by PNC

If President Obama's proposal

reason to collaborate," said

a chance to pursue career dent for university enterprise dreams that weren't feasible initiatives at NYU. before retirement," said Cynthia Hutchins, director of fi-

50 andolder,with an emphasis on training for the workplace.

discuss future curricula and via Coursera, Udacity, EdX collaborations. Their mission and Lynda.com. The Osher was to work together on ways Lifelong Learning Institutes

needs of this population. Among the challenges are "It makes no sense, howev- how to provide courses for er, to have an educational sys- those in an aging population tem that ends in the 20s when who lack the time or finanpeople are likely to be work- cial resources for full-blown ing into their 80s," said Laura degree-based programs. One Carstensen, founding director idea was to offer older stuof the Stanford Center on Lon- dents college credits for work gevity. "We need to rethink and life experience as a way to these things." reducethe number of classes A Merrill Lynch study con- needed for a degree. ducted in p a rtnership with The meeting was a sign of Age Wave, a research firm the rising awareness among that focuses on aging, found colleges and universities of the that nearly t h ree of e very prospects in the demographic five working retirees said re- shifts around aging. "Univertirement was an opportunity to shift to a different line of work. "Many see retirement as

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years. But for Iranians, the

of the Islamic Republic: Direct engagement with a

Last fall, a small California

Americans 65 and older will grow to 72 million, up from 40.2 million in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. To date, colleges and universities

the talks themselves were

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future after leaving A A RP,

malizing relations. But to longtime Iran observers,

AF8b WOfld 85IUStS —Almost as soon as hehadannounced a nuclear deal with Iran, President BarackObamacalled King Salman of Saudi Arabia to reassure him of America's "enduring friendship." Returning the courtesy, Salman, who is Iran's chief regional rival, responded that hehopedthe dealwould "reinforce the stability and security of the region andthe world," the Saudi Press Agency reported Friday. But the picture on the ground wasnot so harmonious. As Tehran and its clients around theArab world celebrated the accord as atriumph of Iranian resolve, Saudi Arabia and its allies declared the agreement hadonly reinforced their determination to push back against Iranian influence, with or without Washington. On the front lines of battles with Iranian proxies in Syria andLebanon, some cried betrayal. "The Saudi king decided his country could no longer bear the provocative Iranian expansive policy in the Middle East, or the American silence over it," wrote Jamal Khashoggi, a veteranSaudi journalist and former government adviser, in acommentary this week.

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BRIEFING Warm Springs man sentenced William Clements Sr., of WarmSprings, was sentenced to21 months in federal prison Wednesdayafter pleading guilty to assault resulting in serious bodily injury, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Portland. Clements, 44, assaulted his wife May16, 2014, slamming her to the ground and repeatedly hitting her, according to a news release.Shewas treated at St. Charles Madras. The WarmSprings Police Department responded to areport of domestic violence. But Clements hadleft before police arrived. Hewas arrested the following week, according to the news release. Helater

By Kailey Fisicaro The Bulletin

The Central Oregon

Community College board of directors will vote on a tuition and fee increase at its

I'0 OSeS LII IOA II1CI'ecISe Hayes' emails COCC tuition increasesovertime reveal If the Central Oregon Community College board of directors authorizes an increase in the 2015-16 tuition and fee rates, students will pay $91 per credit, which is up about 4 percent for all students. 2 012-13 2013 - 1 4 2014- 1 5 2015- 1 6

meeting Wednesday. Board

In-district

Chairwoman Laura Craska

Nonresident Veteran

Cooper believes it's likely the increase will pass. The proposed increase is about 4 percent for all students; in-district students

paid $87 for the 2014-15 school year, and would pay $91 if the increase passesfor the 2015-16 school year. The technology fee would also be raisedfrom $5.50 to $6 per credit for all students. If the board votes in favor

of the proposal, COCC's combined in-district tuition and fee rate would remain the

third-lowest among Oregon

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community colleges, according to the proposal, but Cooper knows these comparisons are relative. "I'll be honest, the increase is something I've struggled with," Cooper said Friday. "What I struggle with is ...

Greg Cross I The Bulletin

just because you're one of the lowest tuitions in the state doesn't mean you're

affordable." The board began discussing these increases in October. Revenue from tuition and

of COCC's revenues — 42 percent of the college's total general fund revenues in the 2014-15 budget and expected to be about 39 percent in the 2015-16 budget, according to COCC documents.

fees makes up a large portion

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STATE NEWS

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SALEM — The state of

Oregon on Friday released 94,000 emails involving the fiancee of former Gov. John Kitzhaber, who resigned amid scandal earlier this

year over allegations that the former first lady used her relationship with him

to land contracts for her business. The emails show the

very active role that Cylvia Hayes, Kitzhaber's longtime companion, played in his administration, as well as the tension that it sometimes raised with the gover-

nor's staff. Hayes routinely

attended meetings, was cop-

ied on emails among senior staff and requested information or clerical assistance

from stat eemployees. Kitzhaber had downplayed her role in the ad-

Firefighter training set for Monday The BendFireDepartment plans to setfire to a donated building Monday as atraining exercise for new firefighters. Department officials said residents might see smoke andflames from the fire betweenabout 9 a.m. and early evening near TumaloReservoir and Pinehurst roads, northwest of Bend, according to anews release. The fire will be controlled, and anengine crew will return to the area periodically for several hours after the burning to ensurenothing has reignited. The exercise is one of the last phasesof training for10 newBend firefighters andparamedics andwill be ajoint exercise with firefighters from Redmondand Sunriver. Representatives from the Tumalo Irrigation District, Deschutes County Public Works Department, U.S.Forest Service andOregon Department of Forestry will provide assistance, according to the news release. Anyone with questions may contact the Bend FireDepartmentat

big role

ministration, insisting she

was not adviser or public official, which would require herto adhere to the ethics laws that he and his staff must uphold. Kitzhaber, a Democrat,

resigned in February, saying the influence-peddling allegations surrounding Hayes had become too much of a distraction. The

FBI is investigating andhas issued subpoenas for the emails and thousands of

other records. The emails released Friday are messages between Hayes and the official email accounts for staff members in Kitzhaber's office. Yet

tobe released are Hayes' interactions with officials in other state agencies, as well

as emails from her personal accounts that discussed state business. Hayes has

filed alawsuit seekingto block the release of her per-

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Dale Crawford receives hugs from his students while being recognized for his years of teaching agriculture during the annual FFA banquet in Culver on Thursday.

sonal emails. The emails showthat Hayes was involved in policy meetings, and her input was sometimes sought on policy questions. In one example from

April 2011, shortly after

• Culver High agriculture teacher Crawford iS Set toretire at the endOfthe SC hOOIyear By Abby Spegman

Kitzhaber took office, the

a plant,'" said Crawford, 67, who will retire at the end of

thisschoolyearafter40years teaching. "They still need to know (that), but there's more

needed to succeed in an evolv- to it." ing field. As it has changed, Thursday was the annual

The Bulletin

Dale Crawford wants you to know: Agriculture is more

than farming. There's horticulture and

biology, business management, livestock production, mechanics and engineering, even public speaking skills

definitely crack-y." Crawford's path to teaching started with a phone call from his former agriculture teacher

at Bend High School looking for someone to substitute teachsome classes.Crawford

governor's executive assistant sent an email to an aide

assigned to Hayes. She had scheduled a meeting fortwo policy advisers, Kitzhaber and Hayes, but the governor had to leave early. "They will discuss natu-

so too has the way it's taught,

banquet for Culver's FFA

according to Crawford, the longtime agriculture teacher at Culver High School. "It's more about problem solving, accessing informa-

chapter and when word got

had been in FFA and gone on to study agriculture at Ore-

out this was Crawford's last,

gon State University. He was

my-relatedissues," the assis-

former students from up and down the West Coast came

working on his family's dairy

tantwrote."The Governor will stay for 15 minutes; but

tion, decision making, and not

about 'These are the parts of

home to honor their teacher.

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farm at the time, which he claims with pride was the last

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of Warm Springs has fired its secretary-treasurer, Jake Suppah, The Bulletin confirmed Friday. "He has been released

troubling financial patterns

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took his concerns to tribal

human resources.

leave Feb. 10 in what he

The tribes are under fed-

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Susan Newman, of Bend, lights candles representing the beginning of the eight-day Jewish Holiday Passover, which commemorates the Jews leaving Egypt, at Chabad Lubavitch of Central Oregon in

eral investigation of alleged financial irregularities discovered by Suppah. Suppah, a Warm Springs native and Madras High graduate, was hired by the tribes in 2013 to serve as secretary-treasurer, a posi-

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within the tribes, including theft of time, mismanage-

ment of federal grants and missing funds. Suppah council but was put on paid claimed was a retaliatory move for blowing the whistle on allegedly illegal activity. Suppah was locked out of his office and his work cellphone and laptop were confiscated by tribal authorities the same day he was put on leave.

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The Associated Press SALEM Oregonians couldbegin fl ying along certain highways at 75 mph after lawmakers heard testimony

Friday on a bill upping speed limits from 65 mph on interstate highways. Under the proposal, passenger cars would be able to go 10 mph faster than the cur-

This isn't the first effort to increase speed limits. In 2011, two Republicans tried to

amend legislation to raise the speed limit in rural Oregon interstates to 75 mph. Former Gov.John Kitzhaber also vetoed a 1999 attempt to raise the speed limit.

state highways. Rep. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario,

gy released when something happens. So a small mistake becomes a big mistake at the higher speeds," Costales said. The Oregon Speed Zone Review Panel did a review of speed limits on interstate high-

ways in 2004, Costales said, after a law allowed the agency to

necessary to keep drivers safe,

establish speeds up to 70 mph people living in rural areas to for passenger vehicles and 65

rent limit. It also ups the speed he said. He alsonotedmotorists travelfaster. limit on state highways to 65 used to be able to drive along at Troy Costales, an adminismph. Certain vehicles, such 75 mph before the speed limits trator at the state Department as trucks and school busses, were dropped to help save gas of Transportation, cautioned would have to stick to the 55mph limit on i nterstate and

PheaSantS releaSed —Deputies saidthey're investigating the release of 50ring-neck pheasants from agame-bird farm in Clackamas Countyand trying toverify a post that claims responsibility. The Estacada GameFarmraises pheasants, quail, ducksandchukars for useby hunters to train their dogs orpreserveswherehunters payto shoot them. Sheriff's Sgt. NathanThompson said somebodycut a lock ononeof four pens in Marchand released birds valuedat about $1,000. Thepost on the Animal Liberation Frontwebsite is signed"A.L.F." It said breedingthe birds for hunting represents"the height of human arrogance anddisregard towardsanimal life." Thompson said investigators don't knowhow, or if, the release isrelated tothe looseaffiliation of animal rights activists.

in the early 1970s. "The problem is that at one time we did drive at 75 mph way before the cars were as

lawmakers at the public hear-

ROdder StaSh —Afederal spokesmansaid guns, ammunition, knives andcampinggearhavebeenfoundinaconvictedbankrobber'ssecond cache, this oneunearthed onafarm in rural northwest Portland. Bradley Robinett spent nearly fiveyears onthe run before hewasarrested last summer in thePortland suburb of Hillsboro. After his capture, authorities say they learned ofthreeplaces hehadstashed belongings. In early March, theFBIoffered atour of an underground bunkereast of Seattle that was reportedly used by Robinett. A spokeswomansaid investigators hauled out largetubs of unspecified evidence.Agents havenot discussed the location of thethird cache.

mph for trucks on interstate

highways. They decided the safetyof drivers outweighed any benefit. This isn't the f irst effort

ing that increasing the speed to increase speed limits. In limit might lead to more crash- 2011, two Republicans tried to es and fatalities. amend legislation to raise the "While we can change the speed limit in rural Oregon laws of man, we can't change interstates to 75 mph. Former

sponsored the bill. Safety im- safe as they are now and the provements to vehicles, such state survived," Bentz said. He as air bags, GPS systems and also noted boosting the speed the laws of nature. When speed Gov. John Kitzhaber also veseatbelts, mean the c urrent limit could help bring the state goes up for every 10 miles toed a 1999 attempt to raise the speed limits are no longer as closer together by allowing an hour it doubles the ener- speed limit.

SeX aduSe SentehCS — A manwho served 11yearsfor strangling his wife in the1980shasbeensentenced in Eugeneto10years in prison for sexuallyabusing two girls for whom he and asecond partner had been babysitters. Prosecutor Erik HasselmansaidThursday the sentence doesn'tallow early release andwill probably ensurethat Darrel Melvin Emra,now69, won't victimize anybodyelse. Emrakiled 40-yearold Carol Emra inAugust1986after a dinner dateanddumped her body into a river. He finished his sentencein1997. InJanuary, thetwo girls told their mother he'dabusedthem in 2009. Relatives ofthe victims said his sentenceshould havebeenlonger, but theyagreedto it so the children didn't have totestify. — From wire reports

Journeydrummerpledges 10ICto help school recoverfrom fire By Jennifer Moody

Albany students personally

Albany Democrat-Herald

about theloss once he returns

ALBANY

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Drummer

Deen Castronovo of Journey

in Illinois.

Addison said the foundation's treasurer, Elaine Wells,

to Oregon later this month.

called him personally Thursday afternoon, saying he just wanted to see how he was

"I would love to talk to the

reported that most of the do- dolng. nations have come through The drummer said he has fire at South Albany High agement," he said. "It's a disthe f o u ndation's w e b site, a music store in California School through a text from a appointing loss and a bumwww.albanypubicschools- where he and his friends get friend and fellow Oregonian. mer all around." foundation.org. supplies and told Andrew to His text back: "How can I B and director Isaac A n One donation f o r $ 1 00, give him a wish list for the help?" drew said he would love the however, was personally de- program. "He was really cool. He The friend contacted a TV chance to introduce his stulivered, she said. The woman station, which in turn provid- dents to Castronovo. The procame in Thursday and said w as just totally down to ed a contact at Greater Alba- gram lostbetween $250,000 she had lost everything in a earth," Andrew said. ny Public Schools. Castrono- and $350,000 in instruments, fire 10 years ago and wanted Still drumming for Jourvo and his wife, Deidra, have uniforms and sheet music, to help others who had suf- ney after 17 years, Castronocommitted to a $10,000 dona- and he's not yet sure where fered a similar loss. vo just released his first solo tion to the high school's band classes will be held when Wells Fargo & Company album with hi s ow n b and, and choir programs, whose school resumes Monday. announced Thursday it is do- Revolution Saints. His own classrooms, in s t ruments, Superintendent Maria DelTimothy J. Gonzalez1rhe (Salem) Statesman-Journal via The Associated Press file photo nating $5,000 to the Albany school musicclasses,he said, sheet music and supplies apoer has said the district ex- Deen Castronovo, drummerfor rock band Journey, performs Public Schools Foundation, were the basis for his career were destroyed in the blaze. pects insurance to cover most "Don't Stop Believing" with the Journey to Music band during the and will also match dona- and the inspiration for his "It's just heartbreaking; it's of the fire's losses, but not all annual Boys & Girls community luncheon, at the Salem Contions its employees make to donation. "The music programs that a mess. That's just sad," Cas- of them. Cash donations will ference Center in 2011. Castronovo and his wife, Deidra, have the school from $25 up to tronovo said in a phone inter- be used for equipment and committed to a $10,000 donation to South Albany High School's $5,000 per individual this I was in growing up were an view Thursday from Dallas. materials not covered. band and choir programs, whose classrooms, instruments, sheet year. integral part of my develop"Me and my wife, Deidra, Donations of materials are music and supplies were destroyed in a fire that gutted the school The ba n k ' s don a t i on ment as a drummer. I was a we both knew in our hearts being routed through Assis- in Albany on Wednesday. brings contributions to the very average student, but I it (the donation) is the right tant S uperintendent T onja foundation in the fire's after- got As in all my band classthing to do." Everest, who can be reached math to about $10,000, Addi- es," he said. "I just felt in my heart I Castronovo, 49, calls Sa- at tonja.everest@albany.kl2. the Albany Public Schools everything from a single dol- son said. Castronovo's donalem home when he'snot on or.us. Foundation. Aimee Addison, lar to $2,500 so far. Most are tion brings that total to about could do something to help tour. He said he's hoping to Monetary c o n tributions development director, said from Oregonians, but at least $20,000. out. I'm doing everything I find time to meet with South are being funneled through individuals have contributed one came from a contributor Andrew said Castronovo can to get people on board." heard a b out

W e d nesday's kids, give them some encour-

Water for Ontario mobile homesgets OKon arsenic, nitrates • New owner installs treatmentsystem, residents no longer at risk to haveto leave

tilizers and from human and cooking but drank bottled lems. City officials said the animal waste. In high doses, water. They said moving previous owner, who prothey can be fatal to infants, would be a hardship since posed digging a new well or state health officials say. their mobile homes were too hooking up to the city water The mobile home park's old to survive a move. supply, didn't have enough The Associated Press dents pay rent for the space septic tanks are i n p o or But, the Ontario Argus Ob- money. ONTARIO — After years to park their homes. City of- shape, city and state officials server reports, a new owner The city has opposed alof living with water that had ficials describe it as a low-in- say, contaminating ground- has installed a treatment sys- lowing the park to hook up to t oo much a rsenic and n i - come development with limit- water and allowing sewage to tem that passed its first test. the city's water supply unless "Samples for arsenic and it also joins the city. trates, and with th e t h reat ed options for providing safe rise. They'll eventually have that they might be forced to water and sewer systems, and to be replaced, said Bob Bag- nitrate were taken March 5th In fairness to other mobile leave, residents of the 16-fam- with more problems ahead. gett, natural resource special- and sample results are below home parks, city officials ily Golf Mobile City on the Arsenic is common in the ist for the state Department of the maximum contaminant said, the c onsistent policy outskirts of O ntario now region around Ontario, a city Environmental Quality. level," said Jonathan Modie, is that water supplies would have water that r egulators of more than 11,000 in EastLast year as the park own- spokesman for the Oregon require annexation to the judge to be safe. ern Oregon on the Idaho bor- er faced a "cease and desist" Public Health Division. city, and that would include Environmental regulators der. It's linked to cancer and order from the state over waThat followed more than hooking up to the sewer sysprepared last year t o s h ut other diseases. ter quality, some residents half a decade of attempts to tem, building streets and down the park, where resiNitrates can come from fer- said they used the water for deal with the park's prob- sidewalks, and meeting other

salem hospital, OHsLI joining clinical, financial operations The Associated Press SALEM — After soliciting partners from s even W est

Coast organizations, leaders at Salem Hospital plan to sign an agreement next month with

OHSU is the larger operation by more than three times, with an annual operating budget of $2.2

agreement would mean. The partnership allows more can-

billion versus $629 million for Salem Health,

ments in Salem.

and 14,600 employees toSalem 's4,200.

Oregon Health & Science University to put their clinical and

cer patients to receive treatOHSU could help Salem Healthbuildcapacityin specialty care, he said. Salem Health could also take patients with

or assets. Once joined, the hos- less complicated problems, alland institution that includes pitals will share financial risks lowing OHSU to focus on the the state's medical education and rewards at the end of each most challenging cases. "It's early, but we feel that programs and a children's hos- quarter. pital in addition to its general OHSU is the larger opera- there probably are p atients hospital. tion by more than three times, who are treated at OHSU who Health, told th e S t atesman The agreement calls for Sa- with an annual operating bud- shouldbe and can betreated in Journal. lem Health and OHSU to re- get of $2.2 billion versus $629 Salem," said Peter Rapp, exec"You're looking for partners tain separate boards, and their million for Salem Health, and utive director of OHSU health to more efficiently deliver pa- employees will be considered 14,600 employees to Salem's care. "And with additional suptient care at a reduced cost," he separate workforces. A man- 4,200. port,some of the services we sald. agement company will report Wells said the Salem hospi- havehereand arenotavailable tal's existing partnership with in Salem, we could organize Salem Health said last year to both boards. ithad narrowed its search for The 40-year deal does not in- OHSU's Knight Cancer Insti- differently so they could be a larger partner from seven volve a transaction of finances tute is an example of what the done in Salem." financial operations under one

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have is saving money. Currently, if they save even as little as $2,000, they risk losing federal benefits, including the Social Security or Supplemental Security Income payments on which they live. That will change if state lawmak- them legal, however, and that's ers approve Senate Bill 777, allowing where SB 777 comes in. It tells state some disabled Oregonians to estab- Treasurer Ted Wheeler to create and lish ABLE savings accounts through maintain an ABLE program in his the state treasurer's office. They are office. poised to do just that. As Oregon shifts more and more ABLE — Achieving a Better Life of its disabled adults into commuExperience Act — was passed by n i ty-work settings from sheltered Congress and signed by the presi- workshops, ABLE accounts could dent last year. It allows those who help ease the transition. Money in became disabled before age 26 to t hem could go to purdme job supestablish what are known as 529 sav- port if need be, and the accounts ings accounts, which can be spent could hold excess earnings that othto supplement their federal benefits. erwise would make workers ineligiBecause of the age limit, those who bleforMedicaidandotherbenefits. qualify are most likely to have inABLE accounts will not help evtellectual or develoPmental disabil- eryone with a disability to be sure ities, or to have become disabled in parents considering opening the ac counts will have to decide, perhaps Those who qualify may put up to withthehelpof alawyer,whetherthe $14,000 per year into the accounts, benefits of theaccounts areworthit. which can hold as much as $100,000 At the same time, however, the withoutpenalty.MoneyinABLEac accounts do provide the disabled and their families another toolboth thing from education to housing to to help plan for a financiaily stabie l~ a n d ~ ~ & mm future and to do some of the things ABLE accounts cannot be estab- today that nondisabled Oregonians lished in states that haven't made takeforgranted.

Wor ers,em 0 erS nee t eri t t oos E mployees who believe they were cheated out of wages or fired unfairly can seek compensation through the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. But even if BOLI rules in favor of the employee, employers sometimes

don't pay up. BOLI needs bettertools to collect. The problem is real. There are many examples, and The Oregonian recently cited several. For instance, a Medford businessman was found to have demoted, cut thepay andthen firedanight manager at the Cybercenter Sports Grill "based on her sex/pregnancy," accordingto a BOLI ruling. The businessman was ordered to pay more than $150,000 in 2012 to the woman,The Oregonian reported. She has received $632. Not every business is going to be able to pay right away. Delinquent payments are not unusual. BOLI is asking the Legislature to support three changes in the law. Senate Bill 468 would allow BOLI to issue wage garnishment or-

ders without going to civil court. House Bill 2386 would allow BOLI to issue a cease and desist order without a court order for wage issues. BOLI already has that authority for civil rights matters. House Bill 2387 would enable BOLI to require that employers who have developed a pattern of not payingemployees regularlybe required to post a bond. If the employer failed to pay again, BOLI could use the money in the bond to pay the workers. There are possible issues with the bills. Take SB 468. Employers do have the right to challenge BOLI decisions in court, as they should. But it's not clear from the way that SB 468 is written that an employer would be able to challenge the decision before the wage garnishment was issued. And how could the employer challenge the wage garnishment? It's important that BOLI have the tools to help employees who are wronged. But the laws must also be fair to employers.

Cali ornia's watere — own conservation measures By Megan McArdle

rok notes. While the new emergency most important, you limit the porules do include provisions for local tential conservation to the caps. So s California heads into its utilities to raise rates, that would still people have an efficient dishwasher fourth year of drought, Gov. leave water in the state ludicrously but don't consider doing small loads Jerry Brown, is taking the mispriced. According to Tabarrok, by hand; they have a low-flow showunprecedented step of ordering the average household in San Diego erhead but don't consider taking mandatory rationing. pays less than 80 cents a day for the shorter showers. In short, no one is Bloomberg N ew s re p orted: 150 gallons of water it uses. This is looking for ways to conserve more "Brown issued an executive order less than my two-person household than whateveryou've mandated. seeking a mandatory 25 percent re- paysforconsiderably less waterus- This may be enough to temporarily duction in use and a requirement age, in an area where rainfall is so manage the current crisis, but it does that new homes feature water-effi- plentiful that the neighborhood next nothing to set California's water uscient irrigation if the builder plans door to me has a recurrent flooding age on a more sustainable path. to use potable water for landscaping. problem. I know what you're going to say: He also called for 50 million square Artificially cheap water encourag- H igher water bills w il l h ur t t h e feet of lawns to be replaced with es people to install lush, green lawns poor. But as Tabarrok points out, drought-tolerant landscaping and that need lots of watering instead of these bills are such a small portion requiredcampuses,golfcoursesand native plants more appropriate to of household budgets that even doucemeteries to cut back on water." the local climate. It means they don't bling them wouldn't make much California has to do somethingeven look for information about the difference. Moreover, the biggest many of its reservoirs are half-emp- water efficiency of their fixtures and subsidies in California are going to ty, and the Sierra Nevada snowpack, appliances. They take long showers agriculture. Thanks to these subsiwhich provides much of California's and let the tap run while they're on dies, California is planting water-inwater, is far below normal levels. But the phone with Mom. In a thousand tensive crops such as rice and althat doesn't mean it should do this ways, it creates demand far in ex- monds even as it starts fussing about particular thing. California's pro- cess of supply. residents' lawns. If we're truly worried about the posal is far too heavy on top-down Having artificially goosed deregulatory management, and far too mand, the government then tries poor, we could set some minimum light on pricing. to curb it by mandating efficiency amount of water that would be sold I've seen a lot of apocalyptic writ- levels and outlawing water-hog- at a very cheap rate, with any excess ing about California only having a ging landscaping. Unfortunately, charged at market rates to reflect the year of water left (not true), and I've this doesn't work nearly as well as actual supply and the cost of providheard some idle talk about wheth- pricing water properly, then letting ing it. This would be hugely unpopuer California can continue to grow. people figure out how they want to lar with homeowners who have big But California's problem is not that conserve it. For one thing, you can lawns as well as with farmers. And it doesn't have enough water to sup- only affect large and visible targets, perhaps the fabulous array of Calport its population. Rather, the prob- such as appliance manufacturers or ifornia produce would be reduced. lem is that its population uses more lawns. For another, people will often But that seems like a reasonable water than it has to. And the reason try to evade your regulations — my price to pay for keeping California's people do this is that water in Cali- low-flow showerhead came with reservoirs from running dry. fornia is seriously underpriced, as handy restrictions on how to remove — Megan McArdle is a columnist Marginal Revolution's Alex Tabar- the flow restrictor. And, perhaps for Bloomberg. Bloomberg News

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United States has engaged in a great struggle to balance civil rights and religious liberty. On the one hand, there is a growing consensus that straight, gay and lesbian people deserve full equality with each other. We are to be judged by how we love, not by who we love. If denying gays and lesbians their full civil rights and dignity is not wrong, then nothing is wrong. Gays and les-

DAVID

BROOKS religious beliefs contain heterosexual definitions of marriage. These people are worthy of tolerance, respect and gentle persuasion. At its best, the gay rights movement

has promoted its cause while carefulmarry and live as they want, but be ly respecting religious liberty and the honored for doing so. traditional pillars of U.S. society. The On the other hand, this was a na- cause has focused on marriage and tion founded on religious tolerance. military service. It has not staged a The ways of the Lord are mysteri- frontal assault on the exercise of faith. ous and are understood differently The 1993Religious Freedom Resby different traditions. At their best, toration Act, which was supported Americans have always believed that by Sen. Ted Kennedy and a wide pospeople should have the widest possi- se ofprogressives, sidestepped the ble latitude to exercise their faith as abstract and polarizing theological bians should not only be permitted to

they see fit or not exercise any faith.

argument. It focused on the concrete

While there are many bigots, there factsof specific cases.The actbasiare also many wise and deeply hu- cally holds that government somemane people whose most deeply held times has to infringe on religious

freedom in order to pursue equality and other goods, but, when it does, it should have a compelling reason and should infringe in the least intrusive way possible. This moderate, grounded, incrementalstrategy has produced amazing results. Fewer people have to face

liberty are covers for anti-gay bigotry.

try to turn philosophic clashes (about right and wrong) into neighborly as a matter of pragmatics and as a problems in which different people matter of principle. In the first place, are given space to have different lanes if there is no attempt to balance re- to lead lives. In cases where people ligious liberty and civil rights, the with different values disagree, we cause of gay rights will be associated seek a creative accommodation. with coercion, not liberation. Some In the Jewish community, conserthe horror of bigotry, isolation, mar- people have lost their jobs for express- vative Jews are generally polite toginalization and prejudice. ing opposition to gay marriage. ward Orthodox Jews who wouldn't Yet I wonder if this phenomenal Furthermore, the evangelical move- use their cutlery. Men are generally achievement is going off the rails. In- ment is evolving. Many young evan- polite to Orthodox women who would diana has passed a state law like the gelicals understand that their faith prefer not to shake their hands. In the 1993 federal act, and sparked an in- should not be defined by this issue. larger community, this respectful pocredible firestorm. As a matter of principle, it is sim- liteness works best. If the opponents of that law were ar- ply the case that religious liberty is a The movement tochampion gay guing that the Indiana statute tightens value deserving our deepest respect, rights is now in aposition where it can the federalstandards a notch too far, even in cases where it leads to dis- afford to offer this respect, at a point that would be compelling. But that's agreements as fundamental as the where steady pressure works better not the argument the opponents are definition of marriage. than compulsion. It's always easier to take an absomaking. Morality is a politeness of the soul. Instead, the argument seems to be Deep politeness means we make ac- lutist position. But, in a clash of values that the federal act's concrete case- commodations. Certain basic truths like the one between religious pluralby-case approach is wrong. The op- are inalienable. Discrimination is al- ism and equality, that absolutism is ponentsseem to be saying there isno ways wrong. In cases of actual bigot- neither pragmatic, virtuous nor true. valid tension between religious plural- ry, the hammer comes down. But as — David Brooks is a columnist ism and equality. Claims of religious neighbors in a pluralistic society we for The New York Times. This deviation seems unwise both


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DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around the world:

Pensive filmmakermadeup for lost time after repression M anoel de

O l iveira, t h e

tarian rule in his country and ended with a surge of produchome in Oporto, Portugal. He

was 106. His death was announced by the City Council of Oporto. Formuch of thepast25years Oliveira was known among cinephiles as the world's old-

est active filmmaker. Unable to work for decades under the repressive right-wing government of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, who came to power in 1932, Oliveira started making

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Director Manoel De Oliveira speaks during a newsconference for

up for lost time in his 60s, at an "The Strange Case of Angelica," at the 63rd international film fesage when most directors are entering their creative twilight.

Almost as old as cinema itself, Oliveira often seemed like a filmmaker out of time,

or perhaps of many times, a 20th-centurymodernist drawn to the themes and traditions of

earlier eras. He was known for ruminative, melancholic, often

eccentricmovies about grand subjects like the nature of love and the ever-present specter of

death. Critics noted that his age, combined with

h i s b e lated

coming-of-age as an artist, granted him a certain freedom. Reviewing his 1998 movie "Inquietude," the French journal Cahiers du Cinema said of Oliveira, "He is sovereign, free, unique, perched high on a tightrope no one else can reach, defying the laws of gravity and above all the rules of cinematic decorum and

tival, in Cannes, southern France in 2010. Oliveira, who has been

apart of filmmaking for nearly as long ascinema hasbeen around and surged in productivity after the repressive Salazar regime ended in Portugal, died Thursday. He was106.

novels, all deal with obsessive like "Word and Utopia" (2000), passions that are inevitably "The Fifth Empire" (2004) and "Christopher Columbus — the thwarted by external forces. All four of those films, and Enigma" (2007). The most a vast majority of Oliveira's ambitious of these " 'Non,' or oeuvre, were based on literary the Vain Glory of Command" or theatrical texts. Two of his (1990), recounts a wide swath favorite sources were contem- of Portuguese history by flashporary Portuguese writers, ingback to the empire's bloody Agustina Bessa-Lufs and Jose conquests and defeats. Regio. Among the classics he Oliveira started receiving adapted or excerpted were lifetime achievement awards works by Flaubert, Beckett, after he hit his late 70s — from Ionesco, Dostoyevsky, Paul the Venice Film Festival in Claudel, Madame de Lafayette 1985 and the Locarno Film and Camilo Castelo Branco.

ideas into practice.

Harmon- Johnson was later fired,in part because of

a conference.

"It sounds like maybe you have not seen the me-

her frosty relationship with the first lady, according to

d ia firestorm I am i n

Hayes often sought opp ortunities t o tr a v e l t o c onferences or s p eak t o I n D e cember 2 013, a spokeswoman f or th e

Bend-LaPine

l earned K i t z haber an d Hayes would be in town and

invited them to a fundraiser to support scholarships for after-school sport and club

programs. While the governor couldn't make it, Hayes

Warm Springs Smith, OrvieDanzuka and Scott Moses, took their con-

Manuel Casimiro and Jose Manuel; a daughter, Adelaide Maria; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Oliveira continued to make films almost to the end. Between 2010 and 2014 he direct-

November to set up a call." — Associated Press writers Steven Dubois in Portland; Gene Johnson in Seattle; Tami Abdollah and Robert Jablon in Los Angeles; Olga R. Rodriguez in San Francisco and Sheila Kumar in Salem contributed to this report.

said she would be "happy to

faithful l iterary a daptations

iveira is survived by two sons,

note to follow up with you in

Sch o o ls

Continued from B1 Suppah and three tribal council members, Carlos

sented him with another life-

the

midst of," she wrote. "It is very intense, painful and embarrassing. I do know it will pass as the campaign season closes. I will make a

her termination letter.

Oliveira's fondness for aristocratic settings, grand phil- ture, as he showed no signs osophical themes and long, of slowing down. (Venice pre-

Suppah aired his frustrations online Monday, posting on Facebook a long list of alleged financial problems within the tribes. He also included emails that appear

to show several thousands

cerns public in an interview with The Bulletin. Danzuka

of dollars of theft from the tribes' community wellness

also contacted the U.S. De- center. partment of Interior's Office Neither Suppah, nor tribal of Inspector General to look council Chairman Eugene t r i bes' f i nancial "Austin" Greene Jr., nor in-

into th e

matters. The Inspector Gen- terim Secretary-Treasurer eral's office confirmed the Mike Collins responded to investigation March 18 in a requestsfor comment on response to The Bulletin's this story. Freedom of Information Act

— Reporter: 541-617-7829, beastes@bendbulletin.com

request.

COCC

COCCdoard meeting

Continued from B1 COCC anticipates the tuition rate i n crease would

generate about $600,000 in revenue and the technolo-

gy fee rate increase would provide $80,000 in revenue. At COCC, 86 percent of stu-

dents are considered in-district; for the 2014-15 school

At 7:15 p.m.Wednesday in the Christiansenboard room of BoyleEducation Center Building, 2600NW CollegeWay, Bend. A budget meeting will precede theboard meeting at 6 p.m.

year, an in-district student

taking 15 credits paid about $1,305 before fees — with the rely more on the college's reincrease, the same student

serve fund. At the time, as a

would pay about $1,365 be- board member Cooper knew fore fees. this meant higher increases The increase won't help in the future, as is now being pay for new services, but in- proposed. According to Bulstead for existing services letin archives, Cooper spoke that will have larger budgets up at the meeting on tuition next year. rates. "It is true that if we don't

In the 1990s, Oliveira's international profile received a lift

ed a number of shorts, as well

L ast year a r ound t h i s time, the COCC board chose

as segments in two multi-di-

not to increase rates for

raise it this year, we will have tomake a bigger raise

when he started making films in French and supplementing his repertory of Portuguese stars with bigger art-house draws like Catherine Deneuve,

rectoranthologies and a feature, "Gebo and the Shadow" (2012), with a cast including ClaudiaCardinale andJeanne

in-district or nonresident veteran students by $1. Instead,

later if we need it," Cooper said in April 2014.

Marcello Mastroianni, Michel

Moreau. Reviewing that movie for The New York Times,

Piccoli and John Malkovich. "The Convent" (1995), a theological mystery in French, English and Portuguese starring

shrewd and skillful master of the art."

Died Thursday at her home in Oliveira became a pre-emiEngland. nent auteur among European Miroslav Ondricek, 80:Cam- critics with a series of films Deneuve and Malkovich, was eraman whose intimate, real- made between 1971 and 1981 his first film to be released in ist style propelled him from — "The Past and the Present," the United States.

— From wire reports

Festival in 1991. These honors would come to seem prema-

— "The Satin Slipper" (1985), time award in 2004.) There was renewed interbased onan epic Claudelplay, Manoel Candido Pinto de runs seven hours — earned est in Oliveira's work when he Oliveira was born on Dec. 11, him a reputation as a high-cul- turned 100, not least because he was the only major film1908, in Oporto. His father was ture mandarin. an industrialist who owned But there was also a per- maker in the history of the a dry-goods factory and later verse plainness to his method. medium alive and working in built a hydroelectric plant. Ol- He developed a cinema oflong his centennial year. Repertoiveira dropped out of college takes and static tableaus, an ry houses around the world and, before turning to film- aesthetic so elemental it verged mounted retrospectives of his making, compiled an impres- on the primitive. He extended films in 2008, and that year he sive resume as an athlete. He this stripped-down approach was awarded a Palme d'Or for was a pole vaulter, diver and to the acting. He cultivated his body of work at the Cannes race car driver and even brief- a stable of actors — among Film Festival. In 2010, the year he turned ly performed in a trapeze act. them Luis Miguel Cintra, LeHe entered the film world onor Silveira and his grand- 102, he fulfilled a longtime ambition by making "The Strange in the late 1920s as a bit-part s on Ricardo Trepa — w h o actor. The first film he direct- typically delivered their lines Case of Angelica," based on ed, "Douro, Working River" with minimal expressiveness, a script he wrote in 1952 and (1931), was a short silent doc- sometimes blankly facing the initially intended as a portrait of melancholy and anxiety in umentary about the riverside camera. bustle in his hometown. Oliveira said his goal was the aftermath of World War After a number of other simplicity, a directness de- II. A limpid ghost story about shortdocumentaries,he m ade signed to focus the senses."I a dead bride who comes to his first feature, "Aniki-Bobo" search for clarity in my films life before a young photogra(1942), a children's parable of- so that deeper thoughts may pher's camera, the updated ten considered a precursor of be more easily perceived," he "Angelica," which turned out neo-realism, then struggled said in 2008. to be one of Oliveira's most The final phase of Olivei- well-reviewed movies, touches fordecades to getprojects approved by the government-run ra'scareer was also his most on 21st-century concerns like film commission. prolific. From 1990 to 2010 he climate change and global fiDuring that time, Oliveira made a feature almost every nancial crisis. In addition to his wife, Oloperateda farm and vineyard year. This remarkable rate was

time putting his long-gestating

there'sno room for her to

audiences.

commerce."

its final days — it was overthrown in 1974 — he wasted no

ity Initiative and how ath-

sition given your role as First speak but they'd still love Lady." her to come, she emailed her Last year, Hayes com- assistant: "please find a nice plained to K it z h a ber's way to decline." communications director, Shortly after Hayes held Nkenge Ha r m on- John-a tearful news conference son,that a speech she gave last October to acknowldidn't go as well as it could edge that she was paid to have because a speechwrit- enter a fraudulent marriage er hadn't finished a draft. in 1997 with a man seeking The writer had shifted to immigration benefits, she work on a l a t e-scheduled replied to an email from a speech for the governor. European man she'd met at

decade, died Thursday at his

eight times faster than aver-

for c inematography. Died March 28 in Prague.

— Former Gov. John Kitzhaber's chief of staff in an email to Cylvia Hayes

sometimes caused tensions.

the team in an awkward po-

tivity extending into his 11th

as theSalazar regime entered

wood, where he was nominated for two Academy Awards

Her relations with staff

First Lady."

chief of staff quickly replied: letic scholarships helped me "Cylvia, can I ask you not to become a first generation use folks' state email to do college grad." fundraising requests. It puts When the organizers said

the silent era, flowered in the 1970s with the end of authori-

those affected to age about

Communist C z echoslovakia

are headed with the ten year energy plan and implementing carbon accounting."

to a fundraiser. Kitzhaber's

acclaimed Portuguese filmmaker whose career began in

said in an interview with The Hayley Okines, 17: Cam- New York Times in 2008. paigner who raised awareBetween 1931 and 1970, Olness of the rare genetic con- iveira made only two features dition progeria, which causes and a handful of shorts. But

to a successful career in Holly-

"That is counter to where we

It puts the team in

an awkward position given your role as

sent a note to all staff ask- attend and make a few brief ing them to buy $100 tickets remarks about the Prosper-

New York Times News Service

Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

her life with th e condition.

see it removed," Hayes wrote.

"Cylvia, can I ask you not to use folks' state email to do fundraising requests.

In December 2012, Hayes

By Dennis Lim

Michael Jandreau, 71: The that his wife, Maria Isabel, a testament not just to his vitalleader of South Dakota's Low- had inherited. He would come ity but also to the resourcefuler Brule Sioux Tribe for 35 to regardthis forced absence ness of producer Paulo Branco, years was known for a vari- from filmmaking as an im- who worked with Oliveira on ety of economic development portant incubation period. 21 featuresand often secured "I had time for a long and financing through partnerprojects bu t h a d r e c ently faced allegations of financial profound reflection about the ships with French and Spanish wrongdoing. Died Friday in artistic nature of cinema," he companies.

age. She also published an autobiography at 14 detailing

of HB 4144, I wouldnot like to

B5

A.O. Scott called it "an intriguing minor composition by a

theboard increased ratesfor

— Reporter: 541-383-0325, kiisicaro@bendbulletin.corn

other students and opted to

• ' h earing aids B Y TRI C I A

There is also one film by Ol-

L E A GJ E L D

• earing Better Since 1955.

iveira still to be released. His "Visit, or Memories

In his later years, Oliveira and Confessions" was made "Doomed Love" and "Francis- became increasingly preoccu- in 1982. It is said to be about ca" —thatcame to be known pied with history, and in par- a house where he used to live. as his "tetralogy of frustrated ticular with the rise and fall of Oliveira stipulated that belove." Set in different periods the Portuguese empire. This cause of its personal nature, it (from the early 19th century theme surfaced, with varying could be shown publicly only to the 1970s), based on plays or degrees of directness, in films after his death. "Benilde or the Virgin Mother,"

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

AP honorscoach, player of the year INDIANAPOLIS-

John Calipari has been dealing with detractors foryears. They call him the embodiment of everything that's wrong in the one-and-done world of college basketball. He's a crook who landed two programs on probation, a snake-oil salesman who only won anational title because hewas able to sell Kentucky to some top prospects. Perhaps that perception has finally started to change. After molding a roster full of McDonald's All-Americans into a 38-0 juggernaut that's two wins shy of another championship, Calipari was voted APcoach of the year on Friday. He received 40 firstplace votes from the 65-member national media panel. TonyBennett of Virginia was runner-up with nine votes and Notre Dame's Mike Brey got five. Meanwhile, Wisconsin forward Frank Kaminsky was honored as the APplayer of the year. After averaging 10 minutes agameasa sophomore, then having a breakout junior campaign, Kaminsky took another step forward in guiding the Badgers back to the Final Four. The senior was rewarded with 58 first-place votes. Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor received five, andWillie Cauley-Stein of Kentucky and Jerian Grant of Notre Dameeach received one.

POLE PEDAL PADDLE

MLB: NL PREVIEW

owsnowcou meanc an es Djdthe By Mark Modcal The Bulletin

The PPP

What:Multisport event from Mount winter could have dramatic Bachelor to Bend effects on Central Oregon's When: May16 most popular multisport race. Registration:Online at www. Officials with the Mt. pppbend.com. Early registration Bachelor Sports Education Foundation, which organizes ends April16. The shortage of snow this

the annual U.S. Bank Pole

Pedal Paddle race each May, are making contingency

Bachelor to stage the alpine and/or nordic skiing legs of

plans for this year's PPP, set

the race. MBSEF events director

for May 16, should there not be sufficient snow at Mount

Molly Cogswell-Kelley

said Friday there should be enough snow to stage the alpine leg of the race on runs "But there's a really good chance that the alpine leg will finish at a different spot," Cogswell-Kelley said. The greatest current concern for MBSEF is the nordic

dire that the nordic stage

leg, typically an 8-kilometer

must be scrapped, it could

By Janie McCauley

ski on trails near the Mt.

be replaced with a short trail run.

The Associated Press

accessed by Mt. Bachelor ski area's Pine Marten chairlift.

Bachelor Nordic Center.

If the snow situation is so

If there is not enough snow

SeePPP /C2

— The Associated Pess

NBA

C.b..

the reigning World Series champi-

shedthat er- ear title trend,

TV:ESPN2

the offseason to stay near

the top in the challenging National League West. Ask manager Bruce Bochy and his players, and they consider the additions of healthy right-hander Matt Cain and center fielder

Angel Pagan back into the mix as a big deal right up there with signing a prized free agent. SeeGiants/C5

Inside • Capsule previews for every National Leagueteam, CS

ComingSunday

Photos by Joe Kiine 1 The Bulletin

• American League preview, including an in-depth lookat the Seattle Mariners, who are favored to win the American League.

Ridgeview's George Mendazona fields a ground ball at short behind a HoodRiver Valley base runner during Friday's game at Vince Genns Stadium in Bend. The Ravens lost10-5.

• Ridgeview falls behindearlyen route to a 10-5 nonconferencelossto HoodRiverValley Inside

Bulletin staff report Josh Davis was fearful for deja vu. Two days after a 13-run

• Summit boys golfers win Raven Rumble,C4 • Prep scoreboard,C4 O See additional photos on The Bulletin's website: hendhulletin.csm/spsrts is we have nine guys trying to do nine individual things instead of nine guys working

Yet while the Ravens dropped the 5A nonconfer-

• Information included with a story headlined "Big men ready for Final Four rematch" that appeared in Friday's Bulletin included incorrect times for today's NCAA men's semifinal basketbal lgames.The Michigan State-Duke game is set to tip off at 3 p.m. Pacific Time. The Kentucky-Wisconsin game is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. • In an information box accompanying a story headlined "Storm reload onceagain" that appeared in Friday's Bulletin, the name ofBend High athlete CalebHoffmann was misspelled. The Bulletin regrets the errors.

San Francisco atArizona When:7:10 p.m . Monday

plentyof observers wonder whether general manager Brian Sabean and his staff did enough during

Soon, that deficit would swell

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to eight runs.

Portland gets theNorthwest title after beating the L.A. Lakers,C3

SAN FRANCISCOThe San Francisco Giants lost Pablo Sandoval to big

who instead signed with the Chicago

Ridgeview was down by six to Hood River Valley at Bend's Vince Genna Stadium.

Blazei3take division wiN win

to repeat?

ey to left-hander Jon Lester,

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defeat to Class 6A Barlow,

Portland's C.J. McCoIlum scored 27 points to lead the Biszers.

enough

money and Boston. They missed out payingbig mon-

"I thought about it a

little bit," Kaminsky said of winning the award. "Obviously, wasn't one of my main priorities. Getting back to the Final Four was it. But being here and being honored by the AP isawesome. I'm grateful a lot of guys think of me in that manner."

Giants do

on those trails come May, MBSEF has two backup plans for the nordic stage of the PPP, Cogswell-Kelley said. First, organizers will consider staging a point-topoint or out-and-back leg on the lower trails between Sunrise and West Village lodges.

ence baseball contest 10-5 on Friday, they did not give in. "The thing that changed, we kept battling," said Davis, the Ridgeview coach. "The score did not totally reflect

Ridgeview's Garrett Albrecht slidesinto home during Friday's

The Ravens look to shake a rough preseason Monday, when Ridgeview opens up Intermountain Conference play

that. We put up three (runs) in

game in Bend.

at Summit.

A five-run second inning earned Hood River Valley an 8-2 lead, but after allowing

two runs in the top of the fifth, the Ravens (3-7 overall)

vis said of the visiting Eagles, who finished with 11 hits.

"They can hit. They all had really nice swings."

scored three times in the bot-

Garrett Dewolf was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs to

tom of the frame to provide

pace Ridgeview, while Collin

the final score. "They hit the ball well," Da-

Runge went 2-for-3 with two

RBIs. George Mendazona

Experience matters for QB Lockie By Ryan Thorburn The (Eugene) Register-Guard

Whether he is hanging

as one."

"Just keep grinding, keep teaching these guys how

the fifth and shut them out in the sixth and seventh."

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

doubled as part of his two hits to compete," Davis said of and scored a run, and Garrett movingforward."We have Albrecht logged a double. to have guys compete at the "The guys are growing plate and compete on the a little bit in the sense that mound.... We're just trying they're learning how to to find what motivates them compete and learning how and what makes them want to work together as a team," to work harder and compete Davis said. "I think part of it every day."

out with family in Hawaii before the draft or starting a new job in an NFL city, Marcus Mariota will still be

someone Oregon quarterback Jeff Lockie can call for free advice. "We'll stayin touch for

a long time, and he'll keep helping me through this whole thing," Lockie said before the 2014 national

championship football game of his Heisman Trophy-winning friend. "I think things will change a little bit with outside attention."

Lockie stepped into the spotlight Wednesday after Oregon's second spring practice. The redshirt junior

MEN'S COLLEGEBASKETBALL

is one of five candidates

Seniors a bigpart of this year's Final Four By Aaron Beard The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS — Quinn Cook is Duke's heart and

soul, the senior who suffered through two stunningly early NCAA tournament exits then

slid over to accommodate the arrival of a talented freshman point guard.

That's why he won't let the Blue Devils be content with

NeXtIIP

Final Four: Michigan St. vs. Duke just making it to the Final Four. (3:09 p.m.); Kentucky vs. Wiscon"There's no next year for sin (5:49 p.m.) me," Cook said. Look around the Final Four, When:TodayTV:TBS and there's a lot of guys feeling the same way heading into quartet ledby Frank KaminSaturday's national semifinals. sky. There's Michigan State's There's Wisconsin's senior

Travis Trice-Branden Dawson

duo that pushed a No. 7 seed

to yet another final-weekend NCAA Tournament appearance for coach Tom Izzo.

Sure, unbeaten Kentucky is stacked with young talent and

one-and-done players who often overshadow the guys that stickaround forfouryears.

SeeSeniors/C4

currently applying for Mariota's old job as starting quarterback, but he is the

only one withthreeyears of experienceinterningunder the greatest player in program history. See Lockie /C4

Nextup Oregon spring football game When:11a.m. May2 TV:Pac-12


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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015

ON THE AIR

COREBOARD

TODAY SOCCER England, Arsenal vs. Liverpool England, Manchester United vs. Aston Villa England, Chelseavs. StokeCity Women's int'I friendly, USA vs. NewZealand MLS, Dallas at Portland Australia, Wellington vs. Melbourne

Time TV/Radio 4:45 a.m. NBCSN 7 a.m. N BCSN 9:30 a.m. NBC 1 p.m. FS1 7:30 p.m. Root m idnight FS2

SOFTBALL

College, Alabama atKentucky College, Arizona atOregonSt. College, Tennessee atAuburn College, Oregon atUCLA

9 a.m.

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BASEBALL

MLB preseason, Cincinnati at Toronto College, TexasA&M atKentucky College, Indiana St. at Wichita St. MLB preseason, SanFranciscoatOakland College, OregonState at UCLA

1 0 a.m. ML B 1 0 a.m. SE C 11 a.m. ESPNU 1 p.m. MLB 4 p.m. P ac-12, KICE 940-AM

College, Arkansas atAuburn College, Texas atOklahomaSt. MLB preseason, L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers

4 p.m. SEC 4:30 p.m. ESPNU 6 p.m. MLB

GOLF

PGA Tour, Houston Open PGA Tour, Houston Open LPGA Tour,ANAInspiration

10a.m. noon 2 p.m.

Golf NBC Golf

10a.m. noon

ESPN2

TENNIS

Miami Open,women's final Miami Open, men's doubles final

Tennis

HOCKEY

NHL, Vancouver at Winnipeg BOXING Premier Boxing Champions

noon

CSNNW

noon

CBS

LACROSSE

Men's college, PennSt. at Maryland Men's college, Notre Dameat Duke Women's college, OhioSt. at PennSt. HORSE RACING Wood Memorial, Bluegrass Stakes and Santa Anita Derby

noon B i g Ten 2 p.m. E SPNU 3 p.m. B i g Ten 2 p.m.

NBCSN

BASKETBALL

Men's NCAA tournament, Michigan St. vs. Duke 3 p.m. TBS Men's NCAA tournament, Kentucky vs. Wisconsin5:30 p. m . TBS 7 p.m. CSNNW, NBA, NewOrleans at Portland KBND 1110-AM, 100.1-FM; KRCO690- AM, 96.9-FM MOTOR SPORTS

FIAFormulaEChampionship,Long Beach 3:30 p.m.

FS1

FOOTBALL

Arena, Arizona at LasVegas

7:30 p.m. ESPN2

VOLLEYBALL

Men's college, Southern Cal atStanford

7:30 p.m. Pac-12

SUNDAY SOCCER England, Burnley vs. TottenhamHotspur England, Sunderland vs. Newcastle United MLS,RealSaltLakeatSanJose MLS, Philadelphia at Sporting KansasCity

5:30 a.m. NBCSN 8 a.m. NBCSN 2 p.m. E SPN2 4 p.m. FS1

BASEBALL

College, Vanderbilt at Georgia College, Texas atOklahomaSt. MLB, St. Louis at ChicagoCubs

9 a.m. SEC 11 a.m. ESPNU 5 p.m. E SPN2

HOCKEY

NHL, Pittsburgh at Philadelphia NHL, St. Louis at Chicago

9a.m. NBC 4:30 p.m. NBCSN

BASKETBALL

NBA, Houston at OklahomaCity NBA, Chicago atCleveland Women's NCAA tournament, Notre Damevs. South Carolina Women's NCAA tournament, UConn vs. Maryland

1 0 a.m. AB C 12:30 p.m. ABC 3:30 p.m. ESPN 5:30 p.m. ESPN

GOLF

PGA Tour, Houston Open PGA Tour, Houston Open LPGA Tour,ANAInspiration

1 0 a.m. noon 2 p.m.

Go l f NBC Golf

TENNIS

Miami Open, men's final

10 a.m. E S PN

SOFTBALL

College, Michigan at Minnesota College, Alabama atKentucky College, Mississippi St. at Arkansas LACROSSE Women's college, Stanford at Colorado Women's college, California at Oregon Men's college, Johns Hopkins at OhioSt.

10 a.m. Big Ten 12:30 p.m. SEC 3 p.m. SEC 11 a.m. Pac-12 1 p.m. P a c-12 3 p.m. B i g Ten

Listingsarethe mostaccufate available. The Bulletin is not responsible for late changesmadeby TVor radio stations.

SPORTS IN BRIEF BASEBALL OregOn State fallS to UCLA — UCLAscored solo runsin the third and fourth innings, then scored two in the sixth to take a4-1 Pac-12 Conference win over OregonState in LosAngeles on Friday night. GabeClark led the Beavers at the plate with three hits, while Kyle Nobach drove in arun in the seventh for Oregon State's lone run.

ON DECK Today Baseball: WestAlbanyat Bend(DH), noon;McLoughlin atCrookCounty(DH),10a.mc Culverat GrantUnion(DH),noon Sotlbalh WestAlbanyat Bend(DH), noon; Burnsat Culver(DH),noon Boys tennis: Madras, Sisters at MadrasInvitational, TBA;Summit at Oregon EpiscopalTournament in Portland,9a.m. Girls tennis: Bend atRoseburgtournament,9a.m. Track andfield: LaPineatJunction CityInvitational, 10 a.mcMadras,LaPine, Culver, Gilchrist at Madras Invite,11a.m. Boyslacrosse:SherwoodatBend,1p.m.;Canbyat Summit, 2p.m.;Canbyat Mountain View,5 p.m.; Hermiston atSisters,1 p.m.

BASEBALL

IN THE BLEACHERS

MLB preseason MAJORLEAGUEBASEBALL

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AU TimesPDT

Friday's Games

Tampa Bay11, Detroit 5 Washington8,N.Y.Yankees2 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland3 Baltimore 3, Atlanta 2 Minnesota5,Boston2 Philadelphia7, Pittsburgh5 Cincinnati 2,Toronto0 Kansas City11, Houston1 N.Y.Mets5, Texas0 Arizona5, ChicagoCubs1 LA. Angels6, LA.Dodgers 0 Seattle 5,Colorado4 SanFrancisco4,Oakland0

BASKETBALL

Today'sGames Detroit atTampaBay, 9:35a.m. Bostonvs.Minnesotaat Fort Myers, Fla., 10:05a.m. Pittsburghat Philadelphia,10:05a.m. N.Y.Yankeesat Washington,10:05 a.m. Cincinnativs.TorontoatMontreal,10:07 a.m. N.Y.Metsat Texas,11:05a.m. Cleveland vs. Milwaukeeat Phoenix,12:05 p.m. Baltimore vs. AtlantaatKissimmee,Fla.,12:05 p.m. Seattlevs.Coloradoat Scotsdale, Ariz.,12:10 p.m. SanFranciscoatOakland,1:05 p.m. Kansas Cityat Houston,1:05 p.m. ChicagoCubsat Arizona 1:10p.m. L.A. AngelsatL.A.Dodgers,6:10 p.m.

Men's college NCAAtournament AU TimesPDT FINALFOUR National Semifinals Today'sGames MichiganSt.(27-11)ys.Duke(33-4),3;09 p.m. Kentucky (38-0)vs.Wisconsin (35-3),5:49p.m

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College

FINALFOUR NationalSemifinals

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AU TimesPDT

Sunday'sGames NotreDam e(35-2) vs.SouthCarolina (34-2),3:30 p.m. Uconn(36-1) vs.Maryland(34-2), 5:30p.m.

Conference Overall

UCLA ArizonaSt. SouthernCal

National Invitation Tournament AU TimesPDT Championship Today'sGame UCLA (18-18)atWestVirginia(23-14), noon

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Henry Detroit atMinnesota,4 p.m. 71-69—140 DerekErnst Dallas atNashvile,5 p.m. 68-72—140 ScottBrown SanJoseatArizona, 6p.m. 71-69—140 K.J. Choi CalgaryatEdmonton,7 pm. 70-70—140 DanielBerger Coloradoat LosAngeles, 7 p.m. 71-69—140 OscarFraustro Sunday'sGames 70-70—140 WheeKim PittsburghatPhiladelphia, 9:30a.m. 68-72—140 S.J. Park Washington at Detroit, 2 p.m. 71-69—140 Blayne Barber MontrealatFlorida,2p.m. 69-71—140 SamSaunders OttawaatToronto, 4:30 p.m. 71-69—140 CharlieBeljan St. LouisatChicago,4;30 p.m. 70-70—140 ErnieEls 72-68—140 StewartCink 69-71—140 BenCrane SOCCER 74-66—140 Bo VanPelt 68-72—140 C hez Re a vi e MLS 71-69—140 KyleReifers MAJORLEAGUE SOCCER 70-70—140 AdamHadwin AN TimesPDT Failedtomakethe cut 71-70—141 JamieDonaldson EasternConference 72-69—141 BrianDavis W L T P t s GF GA Bill Haas 71-70—141 D.C. United 3 1 0 9 3 2 ChadCampbel 72-69—141 NewYork 2 0 1 7 5 2 Billy HurleyIII 70-71—141 NewYorkcityFC 1 1 2 5 3 2 JasonKokrak 73-68—141 OrlandoCit y 1 2 2 5 4 5 DannyLee 75-66—141 NewEngland 1 2 1 4 2 6 RobertStreb 71-70—141 Columbus 1 2 0 3 3 3 LouisOosthuizen 71-70—141 TorontoFC 1 2 0 3 4 5 Jeff Overton 72-69—141 Chicago 1 3 0 3 2 5 MartinFlores 70-71—141 Montreal 0 1 2 2 2 3 JarrodLyle 69-72—141 Philadelphia 0 2 2 2 3 6 BlakeAdams 69-72—141 WesternConference 72-69—141 Jim Rennre W L T P t s GF GA Jon Curran 70-71—141 FC Dallas 3 0 1 10 6 1 Joost Luiten 73-69—142 Vancouver 3 1 0 9 5 4 LeeWestwood 71-71—142 SanJose 2 2 0 6 6 6 KevinKisner 74-68—142 RealSalt Lake 1 0 2 5 5 4 HudsonSwafford 72-70—142 Los Angele s 1 1 2 5 5 4 Justin Leona rd 72-70—142 Houston 1 1 2 5 2 2 DerekFathauer 73-69—142 SportingKansasCity 1 1 2 5 3 4 AaronBaddeley 69-73—142 Seattle 1 1 1 4 5 3 FreddieJacobson 69-73—142 Colorado 0 0 3 3 0 0 RyoIshikawa 71-71—142 Portland 0 1 3 3 3 4 DavidToms 72-70—142 BriceGarnet 70-72—142 Friday's Games Steven Bowditch 72-71—143 D.C.United1,OrlandoCity0 JerryKelly 72-71—143 Today'sGames AngelCabrera 74-69 — 143 TorontoFCat Chicago, noon KenDuke 71-72 — 143 NewEnglandatColorado, 4p.m. TroyMerritt 72-71 — 143 Los Angeleat s Vancouver,7 p.m. BrianHarman 73-70—143 HoustonatSeattle, 7 p.m. WoodyAustin 71-72—143 FC Dallaat s Portland,7:30p.m. ScottStagings 75-68 — 143

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OregonSt. Arizona California Washington utah Oregon WashingtonSt Stanford

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Friday's Games Utah 6,ArizonaSt.5 SouthernCal13, Arizona6 MichiganSt.2, Oregon1 UCLA4,Oregon St.1 Washington13,Stanford1 Washington St.4, California0

Today'sGames

SouthernCalatArizona, noon WashingtonSt.atCalifornia,1 p.m. MichiganSt,at Oregon, 2p.m. OregonSt.atUCLA,4p.m. ArizonaatUtah,4p.m. Washington at Stanford, 4p.m.

TENNIS Professional Miami Open Friday atKeyBiscayne, Fla. Men Semifinals AndyMurray(3), Britain,def.TomasBerdych (8), CzechRepublic, 6-4,6-4. NovakDlokovic (1),Serbla, def. JohnIsner (22), UnitedStates,7-6(3),6-2.

DEALS Transactions BASEBAL L Major LeagueBaseball OFFICE OFTHECOMMISSIONEROFBASEBALL — SuspendedMinnesotaRHPErvin Santana80 gamesafter a positivetest for Stanozolol, a performance-enha ncing substance, in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint DrugPreventionand Treatment Program.FinedMiami RHPJarredCosart anundisclosedamountfor violating Major LeagueRule 21(d) (3), which"prohibitsplayersfromplacing bets with illegalbookm akersor agentsfor ilegal bookmakers." AmeucanLeague BALTIMORE ORIOLES— ReassignedInfJayson Nix andINFPaul Janishto their minor leaguecamp. BOSTONREDSOX— OptionedRHPsMattBarnes

and Brandon Workmanto Panrtucket (IL). Reassigned LHPDanaEvelandto minor leaguecamp. PlacedRHP Joe Kellyonthe15-day DL,retroactive toMarch27. CHICAGO WHITE SO X — Optioned RHPErik Johnsonto Charlotte (IL). SentRHPMaikel Cletoand LHPOnelkiGarciaoutright to Charlotte. Reassigned RHPJairoAsencio,OFEngelBeltre,CGeorgeKottaras andRHPArcenioLeonto minor-leaguecamp. DETROITIGERS— Optioned LHPBlaine Hardy and LHP Kyle Ryanto Toledo(IL). AssignedINFJosh Wilson tominorleaguecamp. KANSASCITYROYALS — AssignedRHP Louis Coleman outright to Omaha(PCL). MINNESOTATWINS — Recalled LHP Aaron Thompson fromRochester (IL). SEATTLEMARINERS — Recalled RHP Carson Smith toTacoma(PCL). Optioned RH PDominicLeone toTacoma.PlacedLHPEdgarOlmosonthe15-DL. National League ATLANTA BRAVES — Released LHPWandy Rodrig uezandCJesusFlores.ReassignedRHPChienMing-Wang to minorleaguecamp. CHICAGO CUBS—AssignedDrakeBritton outright tolowa(PCL). MIAMI MARLINS— Announced LHPAndrew McKirahan wasclaimedoffwaivers byAtlanta. SANDIEGO PADRES — Announced RHPJandel Gustavehascleared outright waiversandhasbeen returnedtotheHoustonAstros. SANFRANCISCOGIANTS — Extendedthecontracts of seniovice r president andgeneral manager BrianSabeanand manager BruceBochy throughthe 2019season. ST. LOUISCARINALS—ClaimedOFGary Brown off waiversfromSan Francisco andassignedhimto Memphis(PCL).Optioned RHPMarco Gonzales and INF TyKelly to Memphis(PCL). Reassigned RHP Mitch Harris,RHPMarcus Hatley, INFScott Moore and OFStephenPiscotty to Memphis. PlacedOF Tommy Phamonthe15-day DL,retroactive to March 27.

BASKETB ALL

National Basketball Association LOSANGELESLAKERS— SignedGDwightBuycks toa10-daycontract. FOOTBA LL National Football League NEW ORLEANSSAINTS — Signed WR Joseph Morgantoaone-yearcontract. SAN FRANCI SCO 49ERS— SignedLB Nick Bellore to a two-year contract. WASHIN GTONREDSKINS—Acquired SDashon GoldsonfromTampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed2016draft pick. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague ANAHEIMDUCKS— RecalledRW StefanNoesen from Norfolk(AHL). MONTREAL CANADIENS — Reassigned D Brett LernoutfromSwift Current(WHL)to Hamilton (AHL). COLLEGE TEXAS — Named Shaka Smart men' s basketball coach.

Late run leadS MiChigan State Over OregOn —IVlichigan State pushed arun across the plate in the11thinning en route to a2-1 nonconference victory over Oregon onFriday night in Eugene. Cam Gibson hit an RBIsingle down the left-field line to drive in Anthony Cheky for Michigan State's winning run.

SOFTBALL DuCkS drOP OPener to BruinS — UCLApitcher Ally Carda recorded 15 strikeouts in leading the Bruins to an8-1 victory over Oregon on Friday in LosAngeles. Oregon starting pitcher Cheridan Hawkins gave upfive runs off four hits in 2/~ innings. Hawkins had given up just six earned runs in her previous 97 innings.

PPP

cause where the alpine leg might end, the only safe way Continued from C1 to the bike exchange would Replacing the nordic stage be running down. But we with a mountain bike stage would develop a (run) course w as discussed, but that i s that wasn't just a straight no longer a possibility, said shot down the hill." Cogswell-Kelley, who noted Even with the addition of a potentially unsafe trail con- short trail run, the 10-kilomeditions and large crowds as ter run later in the race would reasons for nixing the moun-

OregOn St., AriZOnaSoftdall POStPOned —TheOregon State softball team's gameagainst Arizona scheduled for Friday was rained out. Theteams areschedule to play a doubleheader today starting at 9 a.m. — From staff reports

remain unaltered, she said.

tain bike idea. Cogswell-Kelley said that "Realistically, it would just MBSEF's goal is to announce be unsafe," she said. "We may a solidified plan before the have to do some sort of short, cost of PPP registration in10- to 15-minute trail run. Be-

creases on April 16.

The nordic leg has been re- Bachelor was 42 inches as of located in previous low-snow Friday morning, according to Mt. Bachelor ski area. years, she noted. aBut it's never been this

The PPP includes teams,

bad," Cogswell-Kelley insist- pairs and individuals racing ed. "We're getting a little bit from Mount Bachelor to Bend of snow, and the tempera- in the sports of alpine skiing, tures are staying cool right nordic skiing, road cycling, now. That's great, but can running and paddling. The that hold month?"

ou t f o r a n o ther event usually d r aws about

Snow — a few inches, any-

3,000 participants.

way — is forecast for Mount

For updates on the situatiort or to register for the race,

Bachelor starting Sunday

visit www.pppbend.com.

a nd into next w eek . Th e snow depth at the base of

— Reporter: 541-383-0318, mmorical@bendbulletfzt.com


SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 • THE BULLETIN

NBAROUNDUP

Magic 97, Timberwolves 84

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Friday's Games

Mark J. Terrirr I The Associated Press

Portland guard Arron Afflalo, left, goes up for a basket as Los Angeles forward Wesley Johnson defends during the first half of Friday night's game in Los Angeles.

azers caim

ivision

division title since a co-cham- ma City. p i onship in 2009 for these Spurs 123, Nuggets 93:

Portland Trail Blazers re- Blazers, who earned the fran-

SAN ANTONIO — Danny

turned to their locker room to chise's first playoff series vic- Green scored 21 points, infind black T-shirts hanging in tory since 2000 last spring. cluding 6-for-6 shooting on "It's something that we'll their stalls with bold red-and3-pointers, and San Antonio white letters reading "North- always be a part of, and we cruisedpast Denver afterloswest Claimed." need to relish this ing Tiago Splitter to a right D~ ~ Litl a rd NeX t uP and en j o yit,because calf injury during a strong threw a couple into it doesn't happen all start. his traveling bag, but the time," Portland Wizards 101, Knicks 87: Marno Blazers put them coach Terry Stotts WASHINGTON on. said. "It's good to cin Gortat scored 19 points, While the y 're be a part of history, Bradley Beal added 18, and thrilled to have some Now 0rloans winning the title out- Washington defeated New souvenirs from t he right. Like I told the York. at pprttand franchise's first outteam, the banner is Bulls 88, Pistons 82: CHIgoin g to go up, and CAGO — Pau Gasol had 26 right division titie +b "' 7 ™ + we'll always be a points and 10 rebounds for of the 21st century, T": CSNNW par t of it." the Blazers also are his 50th double-double of the thinking ahead to Ra dio: KBND A lso on Friday: season, helping Chicago beat bigger celebrations. 1 110-AM, Nets 114, Raptors Detroit. C .J. M c C o l lu m 1 0 0.1-FM; 109: NEW Y OR K Pacers 93, Hornets 74: INscored a career-high KRCO — Deron Williams DIANAPOLIS — Rodney 27 points, L i l l ar d 6 9 0 -AM, scored a season-high Stuckey scored 15 points off added 20 and Port- 96.9-FM 31 points, Thaddeus the bench to lead Indiana land celebrated its Young made the tie- past Charlotte. Northwest Division title with

b r e aking basket with 22 sec-

a 107-77 victory over the Los onds left, and Brooklyn beat Angeles Lakers on Friday T oronto for its season-high night. sixth straight victory. "It's an honor to be a part Magic 97, Timberwolves 84:

Bucks 110, Celtics 101:

BOSTON — Ersan Ilyasova led Milwaukee's third-quarter surge from a h a l ftime deficit with 11 points and the

M I N N E APOLIS — N i k o la Bucks hurt Boston's playoff things that this organization Vucevic scored a career-high chances. of this team and do so many

hasn't done for so long," Lillard said. Arron Aff lalo scored 17

37 points and grabbed 17 rePelicans 101, Kings 95: bounds to power Orlando SACRAMENTO, Calif. o v e r M i nnesota.

Eric Gordon scored 21 points,

points for the Blazers, who

Gr i zzlies 100, Thunder 92: TvJrreke Evans nearly had a clinched the title earlier in M E M P H IS, Tenn. — Jeff triple-double and New Orthe night w it h O k l ahoma G r een scored 22 points and leans gained ground in the City's loss at Memphis. The Marc Gasol added 19 as playoff race by outlasting Northwest crown is the first M e m phis defeated Oklaho- short-handed Sacramento.

Harris 9-203-5 25,Dedmon1-3 3-4 5, Vucevic 18-251-4 37,Payton4-92-210, Dladipo4-190-08, A.Gordon 3-10 0-07, Harkless 0-00-0 0, Green1-6 2-25, Nicholson0-00-00.Totals40-9211-1797.

MINNESOT A(84) Wiggins6-1210-1322, Payne6-90-012, Hamilton 5-74-614, Layine5-140-1 10, Martin 3-126-7 12, Sudinger3-7 5-512, Hum mel1-2 0-0 2, Brown 0-1 0-00. Totals 29-6425-32 84. Orlando 29 23 20 25 — 97 Minnesota 23 19 23 19 — 84

Nets114, Raptors109 TORONTO (109) Ross2-6 0-04, A.Johnson5-61-1 11,Valanciunas 9-133-521, Vasquez3-10 0-0 7, DeRozan 1020 7-8 27,L.Wigiams 8-14 2-4 23,Ja.Johnson 1-4 0-0 2, Patterson 3-64-5 12, Hansbrough 1-30-0 2. Totals 42-8217-23109. BROOKLYN (114) Jo.Johnson5-12 3-4 13,Young12-15 5-9 29, Lopez13-244-430,D.Wiliams11-184-431,Brown 0-30-00, Anderson 3-40-06, Clark0-20-00, Plumlee 1-20-02, Jack0-4 0-00, Sogdanovic 1-41-2 3. Totals 46-8817-23114. Toronto 27 27 25 30 — 109 Brooklyn 34 15 28 37 — 114

Bucks110, Celtics101 MILWAOKE E(110) Antetokounmpo 5-81-211, gyasova8-140-017, Pachulia4-103-611, Carter-Wiliams3-81-28, Middleton 5-162-213, Dudley4-7 0-010, Henson5-5 0010, Mayo9-132424,Oayless24226.Totals 45-85 11-18 110.

Washington101,NewYork87 Indiana93,Charlotte 74 Milwaukee 110,Boston 101 Brooklyn114,Toronto 109 Chicago88,Detroit 82 Memphis100,OklahomaCity 92 Orlando97, Minnesota84 SanAntonio123,Denver93 NewOrleans101,Sacramento 95 Portland107,L.A. Lakers77

The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — The

NHL ROUNDUP

NBA SCOREBOARD Standings

Today'sGames PhiladelphiaatCharlotte,4 p.m. BrooklynatAtlanta, 4:30p.m. BostonatToronto, 4:30p.m. Miami atDetroit 4:30 p.m. WashingtonatMemphis, 5 p.m. GoldenStateatDallas,5:30 p.m. OrlandoatMilwaukee,5:30 p.m. LA. 0lippers at Denver,6 p.m. Utah atPhoenix, 7p.m. NewOrleansat Portland, 7p.m. Sunday'sGames HoustonatOklahomaCity,10 a.m. ChicagoatCleveland,12:30 p.m. Miami atIndiana,3p.m. GoldenStateatSanAntonio, 4p.m. PhiladelphiaatNewYork,4:30 p.m. Utah atSacramento, 6p.m. L.A. Clippers at L.A.Lakers, 6;30p.m.

Summaries

Blazers107, Lakers 77 PORTLAND (107) Oatum3-90-07, Aldridge7-150-014, Lopez4-4 2-210, Lillard8-150-0 20, Afflalo5-15 4-417, Kaman 1-30-0 2, McCollum10-165-5 27,Blake0-0 0-0 0,Leonard0-10-0 0, Freeland2-20-04, Crabbe 0-1 0-0 0,Gee2-60-0 4, Frazier 1-10-0 2. Totals 43-88 11-11107. L.A. LAKERS (77) Johnson5-141-211, Kelly2-60-0 4, Black5-10 0-010, 0larkson12-201-2 27, Lin1-9 2-44, Brown 2-9 6-911, Hill 0-1 0-0 0,Boozer0-40-0 0, Sacre 0-20-00, Davis1-3002,8uycks3-4008. Totals 31-82 10-1777. Poruand 26 26 22 33 — 107 LA.Lakers 12 27 24 14 — 77 3-PointGoals—Portland10-26 (Ligard4-8, Afflalo 3-5, McCollum 2-4, Oatum1-5, Gee 0-1, Crabbe 0-1, Aldridge0-2), L.A. Lakers5-14 (Ruycks2-2, Clarkson2-4, Orown1-3, Lin 0-1, Kelly 0-2, Johnson 0-2). FouledOut—None. Rebounds—Portland 55 (Leonard11), L.A.Lakers48(Johnson15). Assists — Portland 21 (Rlake, Ligard 5), L.A. Lakers13 (Clarkson5). Total Fouls—Portland14, L.A.Lakers 10. A—18,997(18,997).

Grizzlies100, Thunder 92 OKLAHOMA CITY (92) Singler5-7 0-013,Kanter11-192-424, S.Adams 4-51-39, Westbrook 5-208-1318, Waiters3-112-2 8, Morrow5-142-213, McGary2-70-04, Augustin 1-41-2 3, Novak 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 36-88 16-26 92. MEMPHIS (100) Je.Green7-12 6-8 22, Randolph 6-11 1-2 14, Gasol8143619, Conley3117813, Lee513 2-2 13, Calathes5-5 0-0 10, Udrih 2-5 1-2 5, Koufos2-6 0-04, Carter 0-30-0 0. Totals 38-80 20-28 100. OklahomaCity 26 23 20 23 — 92 Memphis 24 31 22 23 — 100

Bulls 88, Pistons 82 DETROIT (82) C.Rutler1-52-25, Tolliver 3-80-0 9, Drummond 5-12 4-6 14, Jackson9-154-4 22, Caldwell-Pope 6-16 0-014,Anthony0-1 1-21, Wiliams1-30-02, Meeks1-30-02,LucasIII4-61-1 9, Prince2-50-04. Totals 32-7412-1582. CHICAGO (88) Dunleavy2-6 2-2 7, Gasol11-194-5 26, Noah 3-5 0-0 6, Brooks2-9 0-0 5,J.Sutler 6-16 5-618, Gibson4-132-2 10,Snell 0-3 0-0 0, Moore2-7 0-0 5, Mirotic 3-7 5-6 11.Totals 33-85 18-21 88. Detroit 26 9 24 23 — 82 Chicago 25 22 12 29 — 88

BOSTON (101) Turner3-70-06, Bass5-12 2-212, Zeller3-92-2 8, Smart1-30-02,Bradley7-150-017, Thomas7-12 7-823, Crowder3-82-29,Dlynyk2-70-05,Jerebko 7-10 2-217,Sullinger0-20-0 0, Datome0-2 0-0 0, Pressey1-1 0-02. Totals 39-8815-16101. Milwaukee 21 29 36 24 — 110 Boston 25 27 23 26 — 101

Wizards101, Knicks 87 NEWYORK(87) Amundson 4-81-2 9, Thomas0-3 0-00, Sargnani

1-90 02, Larkin 5 84414, Galloway 5150 012, Early0-00-00, Smit5-100-011, h Ledo6-137-821, Hardaway Jr. 0 72 22, Acy4104 414,Aldrich1-1 0-02. Totals 31-8418-2087. WASHINGTON (101) Porter7-91-217, Gooden3-91-29, Gortat9-13 1-219, Wal3-13 l 0-0 6, Real8-180-018, Sessions 4-5 4-412, Humphrie4-10 s 0-08, Butler3-80-0 7, Seraphin2-71-2 5,Oynum0-1 0-00. Totals 43-93 8-12 101. New York 10 36 21 20 — 87

Washington

C3

30 2 4 29 18 — 101

Pacers 93, Hornets 74 CHARLOTTE (74) Taylor 0-1 0-0 0,Ma.Wigiams3-9 3-3 10,Jefferson2-6 0-04, Walker 1-9 4-66, Henderson5-13 1-212, Siyombo 3-6 4-710, M.Wiliams4-110-09, Hair ston0-50-00,Maxieg0-20-00,Stephenson4-7 2 210, Roberts2 40 0 5,Vonleh2 2 004, Daniels 2-50-04. Totals 28-8014-20 74. INDIANA(93) S.Hill 2-7 0-0 5,West3-5 0-06, Hibbert 3-70-1 6, G.Hill 2-110-04, Miles4-123-312, Stuckey6-12 1-215, Mahinmi2-30-14, Scola2-8 5-69, Watson 5-8 2-313,Rudez3-30-09, Allen2-5 2-2 6, Sloan 2-2 0-0 4,Copeland0-0 0-00. Totals 36-83 1318 93. Charlotte 25 13 9 27 — 74 Indiana 22 27 21 23 — 93

Spurs123, Nuggets 93 DENVER (93)

Chandler3-81-2 7, Gaginari8-123-320, Faried 5-90-010,Lawson3-101-27, Foye4-70-011,Nelson 6101-114,Hickson2 70 04, Nurkic3 30 26, Barton 2 90 04, Harris3 61-18, EGreen0 50 00, Clark1-10-02. Totals40-87 7-1193. SANANTONIO(123) Leonard 9-13 0-0 20,Duncan1-12-2 4, Splitter 341-17,Parker24004, DGreen791-1 21, Ginobili 2-6 0-1 4,Diaw5-11 2-213, Saynes6-86-6 18, Joseph3-41-2 7, Relinelli 5-120-014, Bonner 1-3 0-0 3,Migs1-7 0-02, Ayres2-3 2-2 6. Totals 47-8515-17123. Denver 25 22 23 23 — 93 San Antonio 45 22 33 23 — 123

Sharks stay in

playoff hunt The Associated Press SAN JOSE, Calif. With each win, the chal-

lenge of getting back to the playoffs gets slightly more realistic for the San Jose Sharks even if t hey still

need plenty of outside help to get there. L ogan

C o u tur e a n d

Joe Pavelski scored in the opening 5 minutes and the Sharks held on for their

fourth win in five games, 3-1 over the Arizona Coyotes on Friday night. "We talked a while ago about playing well and putting a string of wins together and see what happens," coach Todd McLellan said. "The guys have done a good job. I don't think they're getting too far ahead. I don't think we feel

any more comfortable now than we did a week ago. We shouldn't. We still need

a lot of help." Matt Nieto added an in-

surance goal late for the Sharks, who moved within three points of Los Angeles

and Winnipeg in the race for the final wild-card spot in the Western Conference.

The Kings and Jets each have one game in hand over San Jose, which is try-

ing to make the playoffs for an 11th straight season. "We put ourselves in this

position," Couture said. "We haveno one to blame but ourselves that we're in

the position we're in now. We can'tchange anything. We can't go back and win games that we lost. We can only win the games that are ahead of us. So that's

what we're trying to do." Also on Friday: Devils 3, Canadiens 2: NEWARK, N.J. — Jacob Josefson and Patrik Elias

scored in the shootout and New Jersey snapped a season-high six-game losing

Peiicans101, Kings 95

streak with a victory over Montreal.

NEWORLEANS(101) Pondexter6-130-018, Davis6-17 8-1020, Asik 2-7 0-04, T.Evans 8-152-719, Gordon6-165-6 21, Cunni ngham0-10-00,A)inca0-00-00,Cole4-70-0 10, Anderson 2-9 4-5 9, Douglas0-2 0-0 0. Totals

3: BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jonathan Toews scored two

34-8719-28 101.

Blackhawks 4, Sabres goals 47 seconds apart in

SACRAME NTO(95) Casspi7-93-617,Landry2-32 46,Cousins9-22 6-1024, McCagum6-120-014,McLemore7-150-0 17, Stauskas 2-4 0-05, Wiliams 3-74-510, Miler 1-2 0-0 2,Thom pson0-4 0-00. Totals 37-7815-

the final two m inutes to

Newerleans Sacramento

LAS — Alex Pietrangelo

25 95.

31 2 5 18 27 — 101 23 1 9 29 24 — 95

Leaders ThroughFriday Scoring G FG FT PTS AVG Harden,HDU 75 604 661 2063 27.5 WestbrookDKC 61 552 500 1675 27.5 James,CLE 65 596 361 1667 25.6 Davis,NOR 61 582 330 1495 24.5 Cousins,SAC 58 487 419 1395 24.1 Curry,GOL 73 593 293 1736 23.8 Aldridge,PDR 67 623 2911570 23.4 Griffin, LAC 61 528 286 1352 22.2

rally Chicago to a win over last-place Buffalo. Blues 7, Stars 5: DALscored the unassisted tiebreaker and St. Louis netted four third-period goals to beat Dallas. Avalanche 4, Ducks 2: ANAHEIM, Calif. — Matt Duchene scored the win-

ning goal about halfway through the third period as Colorado kept its slim playoff hopes alive.

GOLF ROUNDUP Tiger Woods to return at the Nasters

Putnam takesHouston Openleadthanks to late charge

Tiger Woods endedaweekofspeculationand debate over the state Dfhis game Friday by announcing he will play next week in the Masters. Kl Woods, a four-time Masters champion, last competed on Feb. 5 atTDrrey Pineswhen he walked off the course after 11 holes because of tightness Woods in his lower back, andafter another shockingly bad display of chipping. That followed a missed cut at the Phoenix Open,where heshot a career-high 82. Woods played an18-hole practice round Tuesday at Augusta National, andGolf Channel said he wasseenDnthe practice range Friday morning at the club. "I'm playing in the Masters," Woods said on his website. "It's obviously very important to me, and I want tD be there. I've worked a lot on my game,and I'm looking forward to competing. I'm excited to get to AugUsta, and I appreciate everyone's support." He will have gonenine weekswithout competition when heh(ts his opening tee shot on Thursday at the Masters, whichis not unprecedented for Woods. He went nearly five months without playing when hereturned in 2010 from a crisis in his personal life that led to one of the greatest downfalls in sport. He

The Associated Press

tied for fourth thatyear.

par-4 17th and took a bogey. "I just blocked it a little bit, share of second place at 133. not a very good swing," he Another late finisher, qualifisaid. "I certainly let that one

after catching a flyer out of the right rough on her layup attempt. After a penalty drop, her fourth shot rolled 15 feet

er Austin Cook, matched Putnam with a 65 to tie Mickelson. "It was unbelievable," said

past and she missed the putt.

— The Associated Press

HOUSTON

-

Cook, who played the final Andrew

Putnam made a late charge to pass three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson and take a one-shot lead after two rounds of the Houston Open. The 26-year-old Putman,

nine holes at 5 under and bird-

ied the last one. "It was great. I'm really, really comfortable with my swing and my game right now and it's kind of showing." Graham DeLaet (67) and Luke Guthrie (68) were tied for

who made his PGATour debut here ayear ago,birdied six of fourth at 134. his final nine holes on the Golf Six players are in the next Course of Houston's front side group another shot back, infor a7-under 65.That matched cluding 21-year-old Jordan the lowest score of the day and Spieth — who came in at a put him at 12-under 132. career-best No. 4 in the World "Solo lead ... that's pretty Golf Rankings. Spieth, who cool," said Putnam, who point- had a win and a second place ed out that he had shared the in his two previous starts, shot lead in a Las Vegas tourna- a 66. ment last fall. Scott Piercy, who had a twoHowever, he hardly saw it shot lead after a tournament coming. course record-tying 63 in the "I haven't been playing good first round, had a 74. or scoring well," Putnam adMickelson made a 25-foot mitted. "Both have been bad.

But (I'm) doing both well this week."

has been sharp, too. I've hit some good pitches. The putter feels a lot better, but it's felt better for a while. I'm excited

about this weekend. It's going to be a shootout."

Weather conditions were perfect forscoring low and the cut would be 4-under. "It's a fun tournament and

'4

it's fun to have put myself in a (good) position to have a chance," Mickelson said. Also on Friday: Lydia Ko's under-par streak ends at 29 with 1-over 73: RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif.

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Lydia Ko missed a chance to break the LPGA Tour record for consecutive rounds under

par, closing with a bogey for a 1-over 73 in the second round of the ANA Inspiration. Need-

ing a birdie on the par-5 18th

birdie putt on the par-5 15th

to extend her streak to 30, the hole to get to 12 under, but he 17-year-old New Zealander hit hit a rare errant drive on the her second shot into the water

M ickelson, who wo n t h e event in 2011, shot 67 for a

get away. But I've driven it very well this week... hit a lot

of fairways. My short game

Ko was seven strokes behind leader Sei Young Kim.

George Bridges/The Associated Press

Andrew Putnam hits his birdie putt on the ninth hole in the second round of the Houston Open on Friday in Humble, Texas.


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PREP ROUNDUP

Lockie

Storm golfers rumble to victory at Eagle Crest

Continued from C1 Lockie's level of expertise with th e p laybook provides him with the con-

Bulletin staff report

ed runners on base. Carpenter, McK- of Kyla Collier and Lauren Handley REDMOND — Jack L oberg and enzie Walsworth and Kinsey Pinckney went 2-0 and advanced to the semis. Cooper Donahue each shot even-par Rachel Drgastin recorded matching each had two hits for La Pine (3-6). The tournament concludes today. 72, leading Summit to the team cham- scores of 83. Bend, which was second Henley 3, Sisters 2: SISTERS — The pionship of the Raven Rumble boys as a team with a 348, was led by Holly Baseball Outlaws' No. 2 doubles team of Billy golf tournament Friday at the 17-team Froelich' s77,and Maddy Mode carded Summit 3, Hood River Valley 1: Bax- Biggers and Gabe Willitts posted a Eagle Crest's Ridge Course. a 79. Raelyn Lambert (83) and Tian- ter Halligan allowed just four hits and thrilling 7-5, 7-5 win, but Sisters fell to After a brief frost delay, Summit na Brown (85) highlighted Ridgeview, recorded a94-pitch complete game to visiting Henley of Klamath Falls in a heated up, placing all four of its scor- which was sixth as a team with a 375. lead the Storm to a nonconference vic- nonconference matchup. Alex Cyrus ers in the top 10 en route to a team to- Seventh-place Mountain View was led tory at Vince Genna Stadium. Colby and Noah Eckstein won by default at tal of 294 strokes. Bend High, led by by Ellen Nopp's 91, while Maddie Kas- Scott belted a two-run double for Sum- No. 4 doubles for the Outlaws. Max McGee's 73 — tied with Mountain berger paced Crook County, which fin- mit (8-0), Dylan Albertazzi was 2-for-3, Boys tennis View's Mason Krieger for fifth placeished 10th in the team standings, with and Matt Hicks had a hit. was second with a 305. a 93. Henley's Kylie Collum and RoseThe Dalles 10, Redmond 6: THE Storm lead the way in South Salem: M ountain View w a s s eventh i n burg'sClare Dittemore shared medal- DALLES — The Panthers, who earli- SALEM — Summit came out ahead team scoring (327). Other Central Or- ist honors, each carding a 1-over 73. er in the day defeated Hermiston 14-9, at the four-team Saxon Invitational, egon teams in the tournament were head into next week's Intermountain winning 20 singles and doubles matchRidgeview (11th, 340), Crook County Softball Conference schedule with a 4-3 record. es, two more than runner-up Grant. (14th, 357) and Redmond (17th, 407). Milwaukie 17, Summit 7: HAPPY West Linn 12, Mountain View 1: Chandler Olivera and Carter Quigley Alyssa Kerry was ninth with an 80, while teammates Sarah Heinly and

Low scorer for the Ravens was Jacob

Kinzer (82). Leading the way for the Cowboys was Mason Tibbs (74). And low man for the Panthers was Jordan

Christiansen (92). Co-medalists were Canby's Jacob

Silver and Oakridge's Joel Snyder, both at 1-under 71.

VALLEY — The Storm trailed by nine runs after the fourth inning and were

WEST LINN — Noah Spear tookthe

loss for Mountain View, giving up sev- respectively, while Daniel Pino and shut out the rest of the way to suffer a en runs in 1/s innings of work. The Thomas Wimberly both won all three nonleague defeat. Summit (5-3) walked Cougars (3-3) scored their only run on of their matches. On the doubles side, 15batters, including five straight at one an RBI single by Dylan Torres in the Andy Jones and Jonathan Wimberly point. Mariah Talamantes had two hits top of the second. Koltin Ramsey was won all three of their matches, as did and an RBI for the Storm, and Hailey

2-for-3 for Mountain View.

the tandem of Cole Young and Tomas

Sisters 11, Madras 5: SISTERSFriday's event marked the rebirth Sisters netted its seventh win in eight of the Central Oregon Classic, a long- DALLES — The Panthers slipped to games with a nonleague victory. Justin time boys golf competition between 2-6 with a nonleague loss. Harrer had two hits, including a twoCentral Oregon schools that was last Hood River Valley 9, Mountain View run double, and three RBIs for the Outstaged in 2006. The six Central Ore- 3: HOOD RIVER — After a five-run laws (7-1). Sisters' Ryan Funk logged gon teams that participated in Friday's fourth inning Mountain View (3-5) two doubles and two RBIs. Madras (3tournament will add scores from the could not get back into the game and 5) scored three runs in the sixth inning Raven Rumble with scores from three fell in the nonleague matchup. Ivy but stalled the remainder of the game. othertournaments during the course Vann recordedthree hitsforthe CouLa Pine 7, Lakeview 6: LAKEVIEW of the season to determine cumulative gars, while Samantha Smith and Jen- — Elijah Gomes went 3-for-4 with a stroke-play champions for teams and sen Logan had doubles. double and an RBI to lift the Hawks to individuals. Madras 12, Sisters 1: SISTERSa nonconference victory. Jacob FarnThe next round of the Central OrChloe Martin allowed just one hit and sworth chipped in with two hits and an egon Classic takes place Monday at struck out 10 in leading the White RBI for La Pine (4-4), and Angelo Roes Pronghorn. Buffaloes' to a five-inning nonconfer- drove in two runs. Also on Friday: ence win. Kianna Moschetti and Keely

Nelson tripled and scored twice. The Dalles 11, Redmond 0: THE

Brown each went 3-for-4 for Madras

Girls golf

each went 2-1 at No. 1 and No. 2 singles,

Girls tennis

(5-5), while Keslie Mitchell chipped in Singles shine at tourney: ROSEwith two hits. The Outlaws (2-7), whose BURG — Bend's Sierra Winch, Jesse

Todd.

Boys lacrosse

tional at Eagle Crest's Ridge Course. Madison Odiorne took third with a

3-over 75 to pace the Storm. Summit's

Lakeview 7, La Pine 1: LAKEVIEW — Brenna Carpenter took the loss for the Hawks, who had 10 hits but strand-

ment. As a team, the Lava Bears won

Ducks into a new era. "You're the guy, you're the oldest guy in the locker room at the quarterback position," Lockie said of having a leadership role. "They're looking to you, and it's a good responsibility. Being here for three years, I can worry less about what I'm doing out there and kind of focus on,

'Are we lined up right? Are we motioned right? Do we

have the right calls?' "It's definitely more about getting everybody else on the same page." As a backup the past two seasons, Lockie complet-

ed 29 of 41 passes for 264 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

Offensive coordinator Scott Frost points out that the Ducks were usually just

trying to get to the postgame handshakes as soon as possible when Lockie was substituted in for Mari-

Sisters 12, Ridgeview 3:REDMOND — The Outlaws scored six times in the third quarter on their way to a High

Desert Conference victory. Sisters (2-0 HDC, 2-2 overall) was led by Chance Halley and JoeJones, each of whom

posted four goals. Ridgeview slipped to 0-2 in league play and 1-2 overalL Sherwood 5, Summit 4: Stu Bledsoe

recorded two goals and an assist, but the Storm were held off late and suffered their first setback of the season.

Charlie Stuermer scored twice for Summit (4-1), Nick Rasmussen had an assist, and Reid Yundt was credited with nine saves.

Hermiston 26, Redmond 2: REDgolfers logged an 83 orbetteras Sum- run in the fourth inning was unearned, Vezo and Grace Perkins each went 2-0 MOND — Redmond was overmatched mit posted a team score of 321 to place was highlighted by Zoey Nason's sin- to advance to the semifinals of the sin- in its home game against Hermiston. first at the 16-team Ridgeview Invita- gle in the fourth. gles bracket at the Roseburg Tourna- Jacob Mclaneand Christopher Bloom Storm top invite: REDMOND — Four

fidence to lead the 2015

each scored a goal for the Panthers,

11 of 16 matches on the first day of the who fell to 0-2 in High Desert Confereight-team tourney. The Bend tandem ence action.

ota late in lopsided victories.

"I'm really c o m fortable with Jeff. I trust him,

I know he's always going to know what to do," Frost

said. "To some degree, when he's been in games w e've usually been i n cleanup mode. So he hasn't really gottorun ouroffense a whole lot. I thought he has

had two really good days of practice so far." Lockie said he used to

put pressure on himself to try to make Mariota-like plays in practice. He is much wiser now. The next Oregon quarterback will not be expect-

ed to slip out of a sure sack and throw a game-changing shovel pass to Royce Freeman against Michigan State, or fl i p h e ad-overheels into the end zone

against Wyoming, or strike

PREP SCOREBOARD Baseball Class5A Nonconference At VinceGennaStadium HoodRiverValley 350 020 0 — 10 11 0 Ridgeview 20 0 0 300 — 5 9 4 At VinceGennaStadium HoodRiverValley 000 100 0 — 1 4 3 Summit 000 201 x — 3 5 3

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Seniors Continued from C1

it's just a matter of what works.

But this Final Four offers plenty of proof that seniorstournament-tested v e terans

Some people find the one-and-

ready to hit a key shot or menwhen their moment comesstill have a big say in how far their teams go in March. "I think it speaks to why

they're here," Trice said Fri-

done to work better. We find it better to stick around."

Compare that to the Spartans (27-11), who followed a run to the Elite Eight by flirt-

ing with not even making it back into the field of 68. The Spartans stood at 13-7

afteraJanuary lossatNebrasday. "It takes seniors to really ka, but went on a late-season putyou over the edge and kind push that included reaching of help the young guys. Ken- the Big Ten tournament final

tucky's a special talent where

to return to the NCAAs for the

you've got some of the best players in the country on the

18th straight year. Trice has been averaging same team. But for the teams 19.1 points over the past 13 that aren't as talented as may- games and is shooting 41 perbe they are, you've got to have cent frombehind the arc in the guys who have been through it tournament. Meanwhile, Dawson's tournament numbers are and can lead the other guys." That trio of teams have got- on par with his season totals; ten here in different ways. the Big Ten's top rebounder is The Badgers (35-3) are averaging 9.3 rebounds to go back in the Final Four after

suffering a c rushing onepoint loss to Kentucky in last year's national semifinals, an experience that stayed with

Kaminsky and fellow seniors Traevon Jackson, Duje

Dukan and Josh Gasser. It helpeddrivethe Badgers to a single-season school record for wins while playing amid expectations that were stratospheric from the moment pre-

with 11 points. More important, Izzo said, is the time they've spent men-

toring teammates competing for playing time against them. "I keep reminding those freshmen every day: 'You better appreciate those guys, you better appreciate them a lot because not everyone does this,'" Izzo said this week. "This is some of the things that have

separated this year's team season practice began. from top to bottom. There is a Kaminsky, named Associ- — I don't know if you can use ated Press Player of the Year the word — but there is a true on Friday, has been at his best love for one another. That is a in the tournament, averaging powerful, powerful thing." 22.8 points and 8.3 rebounds Then there's the Blue Devils while shooting 52 percent in (33-4), who have three freshthe four-game push through man starters in star big man the West Region as a No. 1 Jahlil Okafor, point guard Tyus seed. Jones and versatileforward "The senior class, the four of Justise Winslow. All three have us, it provides a sense of lead- livedup topreseasonhype, and ership, a sense of experience, yet, Duke's success is just as that nobody has really had much about Cook. "I said, 'I'm going to depend before," Dukan said. "With the one-and-dones,they have on you,'" Krzyzewski said. some seniors but it's not the

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RavenRumble Ai EagleCrestRidgeCourse Par 72 Teamscores— Summit 294,Bend305,Canby 310, Oakridge 317, Eagle Point 323, Pendleton325, MountainView327, Hermiston 336, Roseburg337, Woodbur n339,Ridgeview340,TheDalles347,Lebanon 355,CrookCounty 357, Crater 393,Ashland402, Redmond 407. Co-medalists — Jacob Silver, Canby, 71;Joel Snyder, Oakridge, 71. Summit (2 94)— CooperDonahue72,Jack Lober g72,BenWasserman75,MaxHiglin,15,Cole Chrisman,80.

Bend(305) — MaxMcGee13,JackKlar76,Ryan DeCastilhos77, Rhett Pederson79, Matt Klar80.

Mountain view I327) — Mason Krieger 73, PaytonCole81,JoeNavarra 86, Taylor Smith 87, Dawson Magidson93. Ridgeview(340) — JacobKinzer82, Johnny Spinelli 84,LukeBuerger 85, Derrick Brown89,Zach Nelson93. CrookCouniy(357)— MaysonTibbs74,Gabe Goehring80,TaranOugh99, Daniel Ego104,Josh Wiechert121.

Redmond(407) —JordanChristiansen92,AndrewDavis95, BaileyFisher108, MitchJeffords02, Dean Johnson07.

Girls golf RidgeviewInvitational At EagleCrestRidgeCourse Par 72 Teamscores— Summit 321,Bend348,Henley

350,Roseburg373,Pendleton374,Ridgeview 315, MountainView380,Hermiston 383,North Valey388, Crook County389, CrescentValley, 421, Sprague 425, Crater449,TheDalles 450, SouthAlbany451, Molalla483. Co-medalisls —KylieCollum,Henley,73; Clare Dittemore,Roseburg, 73. Summit(321) —MadisonOdiorne75, Alyssa Kerry80,Sarah Heinly 83,Rachel Drgastin83, Maddie Hueske 97. Bend I348)—Holy Froelich77,MaddyMode79, AleyahRuiz95,HaleyNichols 97,MeganMcCleary97. Ridgeview (375) —Raelyn Lambert 83,Tianna Brown 85, MeganLau96, Emalee Kandle11i, Kayla Heath111. Mountain View(380) —EllenNopp91,Shelby Tiller 93,KatyMahr93, HannaWolf103, RyannVan

der zwiep12z Crook CountyI389) —Maddie Kasberger93, CoraWhite94, AbbyPapke101, MichaelaMcGrew 101, MacyGoehriwg105.

hurdling an Oregon State tackler. But if Lockie wants to orchestrate the Ducks' blur

offense, he will have to be athletic enough to execute

all of the familiar read-option plays at a high level. "The thing Jeff is doing really well is he's being dynamic when he's taken off with the football. He's

running with p urpose," Frost said. "I think it was really easy for him to kind of relax a little. Most of his

reps were practice reps, and practicereps are different than game reps. We really want him this spring to treathis practice reps as

been through the grind playing and all that. But you know

tor inexperienced teammates

La Pine Lakeview

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the Heisman pose while

"He's taken that to the highest

same type of seniors that have level."

if they're game reps — go

Final Fourdreakdown MICHIGANSTATE East Lansing, 27-11. Nickname: Spartans.Coach:Tom Izzo. Conference:Big Ten.Bki:At large. Region:East.Seed: No.7. Tournament record:63-27, 28 years. Last appearaace:2014. Scoring:Team(71.4); Travis Trice15.3; Denzel Valentine 14.3; BrandenDawson11.9. Rebeaads:Team(37.5); Branden Dawson 9.1; Denzel Valentine 6.2; Matt Costello 5.2; Gavin Schilling 3.9.

Assists/turnevers:Team(16.7/11.2); Travis Trice 5.1/1.7; Denzel Valentine 4.4/2.4.

3-peinters:Team(.386); Denzel Valentine 97; Travis Trice 88; Bryn Forbes70. Last ten:8-2. The skinny:CoachIzzo hasa.742 (46-16) winning percentage in NCAA Tournament action and has led the Spartans to sevenFinal Fours including the 2000 national championship. Izzo is13-9 when facing a higher seed.

f ull speed, take off w i t h

KENTUCKY Lexington, 38-0. Nickname:Wildcats. Coach:John Calipari. Conference:Southeastern. Bid:SECchampion. Region:Midwest.Seed:No.1. Tournament record:122-48,54 years.Last appearaace:2014. Scoring:Team(74.6); Aaron Harrison11.0; Devin Booker10.1; Karl-Anthony Towns10.0; Andrew Harrison 9.1; Willie Cauley-Stein 9.1. Rebeaads:Team(38.4); Karl-Anthony Towns 6.6; Willie Cauley-Stein 6.5; TreyLyles 5.3; Dakari Johnson 4.7. Assists/tarnovers:Team(14.4/10.6); Tyler Ulis 3.7/1.0; Andrew HarrIson 3.6/1.7. 3-peinters:Team(.347); Aaron Harrison 59; Devin Booker 58; AndrewHarrison 35. Last ten:10-0. The skinny:Kentucky is the first undefeated team to reach theFinal Four since UNLVin 1991. Wildcats are two wins awayfrom becoming the first undefeated national champion since Indiana in1976.

DUKE Durham, N.C., 33-4. Nickname:Blue Devils. Coach:Mike Krzyzewski. Conference:Atlantic Coast. Bid:At large. Region:South. Seed:No. 1. TournamentRecord:103-34, 38 years. Last appearance:2014. Scoring:Team(79.5); Jahil Okafor17.5; Quinn Cook15.5; JustIse WInslow12.5; TyusJones11.6. Rebeunds:Team(36.9); Jahil Okafor 8.7; Justise Winslow 6.3; Amile Jefferson 5.7. Assists/turaevers:Team(15.4/11.0); Tyus Jones 5.7/2.0; QuinnCook2.7/1.3; Justise Winslow 2.1/1.8. 3-peiaters:Team(.390); Quinn Cook101; Justise Winslow 45; TyusJones44; Matt Jones 41. Last ten:9-1. The skinny:CoachKrzyzewski is making his12th Final Four appearance, tying the legendary John Wooden. Coach K istied with Adolph Rupp for second in titles with four. Duke is theonly team in Division I with three freshmenaveraging in double figures (Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow andTyus Jones). Okafor is Duke's16th first-team Associated Press'All-Americaand is the BlueDevils' second freshman in asmanyyears, with Jabari Parker being chosen last season.

the ball, be dynamic. He has shown some flashes of doing that really well already." Lockie is considered the favorite to beat out redshirt

freshman Morgan Mahalak, true freshman Travis Jonsen, sophomore Ty Griffin and walk-on Taylor Alie. The elephant not c u rrently in the quarterback

meeting room is Eastern Washington transfer quar-

terback Vernon Adams, who has said he is not arriving on campus this summer to be a backup. "We're competing right now with the four guys we have, and then we'll just add one more to the mix," Lockie said. "I'm far from

pressing and just enjoying it and trying to play confident."

Third-year Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, who

WISCONSIN Madison, 35-3. Nickname:Badgers. Coach:BoRyan. Conference:Big Ten.Bid:Big Tenchampion. Region:West. Seed:No. 1. Tournament record:33-19, 20 years. Last appearaace:2014. Scoring:Team(72.8); Frank Kaminsky18.7; Sam Dekker13.9; Nigel Hayes12.4. Rebeaads: Team (33.4);FrankKaminsky8.0;Nigel Hayes 6.3; SamDekker 5.5. Assists/tarnovers:Team(12.7/7.4); Frank Kaminsky 2.7/1.6;TraevonJackson2.6/1.6;Bronson Koenig 2.4/0.9; Nigel Hayes2.1/1.3. 3-pointers:Team(.364); Bronson Koenig 60; John Gasser 48; SamDekker 48; Frank Kaminsky 39; Nigel Hayes35. Last ten:10-0. The skinny:Wisconsin is 23-13 in the NCAA tournamentunderBoRyan.The Badgershavethe highest free-throw percentage (76.4) of the Final Four teams. All the coachesexcept Ryan, who made his Final Fourdebut last year at age66, have won a national championship. — The Associated Press

had a 24-4 record with

Mariota as hi s

s tarter,

plans tonarrow the competition at quarterback after

the spring game to make room for Adams to join the

fray in preseason camp. Lockie is ready to fight to be the starter against Adams' former team when

the Ducks open the season on Sept. 5 against Eastern Washington at Autzen Stadium.

"If you made it a fiveway thing in the fall and added one more and made it a six-way thing, there's not enough reps to go around for everyone to be prepared for that opening game," Lockie said. "So things sometimes work itself out and it's really easy for Coach Helf and Coach Frost. Sometimes they don't, we'll just have to see."


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Teams listed in order of predicted finish

NLEast

NLCentral

WASHINGTON NATIONALS Rotation:Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, DougFister, Gio Gonzalez Keyadditions:RHPScherzer, RP CaseyJanssen, 2B Yunel Escobar Outlook:How manyrotations in history have two 20-game winners (Scherzer andGonzalez), a strikeout king (Strasburg), another who has won19 gamesandthrown a no-hitter (Zimmermann) and a guy who led them all in ERAlast year (Fister, at 2.41)? And if one of them goes down?There sits Tanner Roark with his15 wins and 2.85 ERA a yearago.The questions about the Nationals, then, comeelsewhere. Will Ryan Zimmermanand Bryce Harper, who combined for 635 plate appearances in 2014, behealthy? Will newcomer Casey Janssen beable to reprise the role all-star setup manTyler Clippard played before his offseason trade to Oakland?Canthe team absorb the loss of leadoff man/center fielder Denard Span(abdominal surgery) until at least mid-May? Theyare legitimate questions. But if the Nationals can come upwith even middling answers to them, the rotation provides the foundation for what should be a third division championship in four years. MIAMI MARLINS Rotation:Henderson Alvarez, Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Dan Haren,TomKoehler Key additions:3BMartin Prado, 2B DeeGordon, RHP Haren, RHPLatos,1B Michael Morse Outlook:The offseason was defined by the 14-year, $325-million contract signed by bedrock right fielder Giancarlo Stanton. But there's so much more to like here. Theremay not be abetter defensive outfield in the leaguethan Stanton in right, Marcell Ozuna in center and Gold Glovewinner Christian Yelich in left. Prado gives them a professional and versatile hitter, and Gordon should run wild in front of Yelich in the order. Alvarez (12-7, 2.65 ERA,fifth in the National League in walks per nine innings) established himself as anallstar, and at somepoint in the middle of the season, the rotation will be transformed by the return of aceJose Fernandezfrom Tommy John surgery. The Marlins haven't had awinning season since 2009 and haven't been to the postseason since 2003, but there is enough depth and talent here to win now. Towit: they traded for both Latos and Haren, each freeagents after the season. No waythey do that if they're playing for 2018.

NEW YORKMETS Rotation:Bartolo Colon, Jacob deGrom, Matt Harvey, Jon Niese, Dillon Gee Keyadditions:OFMichael Cuddyer Outlook:The Mets entered the spring exceedingly optimistic, mostly because of their starting rotation — to which ace Harvey will return after losing a year toTommyJohn surgery. DeGrom (2.69 ERA,144strikeouts in 140-1/3 innings) was the surprise rookie of the year,Colon was namedthe Opening Daystarter at age 41,andNiese'sERA wasbelow 3.75 eachofthepastthreeseasons. The problem with all that optimism: ZackWheeler, 24, will undergo Tommy John surgery of his ownand won't be seen until sometime in 2016. Is there enoughpitching left to offset a middling offense that ranked12th in the NL inslugging (364) and11th in OPS(673) a year ago? With Cuddyer asthe only significant offensive addition (1.255 OPS at Coors Field, .734 on the road in 2014), that seemsdoubtful. ATLANTA BRAVES Rotation:Julio Teheran, Alex Wood, Shelby Miller, Mike Minor, Chien-Ming Wang/Eric Stults Keyadditions:RHPMiler, RHP Mike Foltynewicz Outlook:Miller, still just 24 but with 31 major league starts each of the past two years, fits the Braves' new profile: Getyounger and better as they prepare to open a new ballpark in 2017. Still, the focus in 2015has to be onwho the Braves lost: right fielder Jason Heyward, left fielder Justin Upton andcatcher/slugger Evan Gattis, all dealt in trades not focused onthis season. Gone with them are 62 ofAtlanta's123 homers from ayear ago. NewGMJohn Hart points out that, evenwith those three players, the lineup didn't exactly work; only the Padresscored fewer runs than the Braves last year. "We're not waving anywhite flags," Hart said. Still, this is a rebuilding project that will take time. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Rotation:Cole Hamels, Aaron Harang, Jerome Williams, David Buchanan, Miguel A.Gonzalez/ Kevin Slowey/SeanO'Sullivan Keyadditions:RHPHarang, RHPChad Bilingsley Outlook:At one point in the not-too-distant past, having Ryan Howard at first base andChaseUtley at second was adecided advantage. But oh how the landscapehaschanged in Philadelphia. ThePhillies went from 2003-12 without a losing season. Now,with an aging and injured core, they arecoming off back-to-back 89-loss seasonswith the very realistic possibility that this year will be worse. It's not just that LHPCliff Lee is injured and maynever pitch again, or that Howard only slugged.380 to go along with his league-leading 190 strikeouts lastyear, or that Utley's.746OPSwas his lowest since he played 43 games as arookie in 2003. Think of it this way: When the Phillies needed astarter in November, they gaveJerome Williams — cast off by the 2007Nationals, released byHouston andTexas in 2014 — aguaranteed $2.5-million deal. That's not just an iffy decision in a vacuum.That's a damning statement about the depth throughout the organization. •

Giants

ST. LOUISCARDINALS Rotation: Adam Wainwri ght,LanceLynn,John Lackey, Michael Wacha,Marco Gonzales/Carlos Martinez Key addstsons.RFJason Heyward, RP Jordan Walden Outlook: The Cardinals seemto grow power arms, andthere is no better place to lookthan inthat battle for their fifth starting spot. Martinez was adominant reliever last season, but might beeven better as astarter, and Gonzaleswasa first-round pick whocould be the nextWacha.Thekey, here, is health. Not only hasWainwright thrown more inningsoverthepasttwo seasons(468'/), but that does not account for 51moreduring the playoffs. Helookedto be tiring in October,andthe Cardinals havetreated himcarefully this spring. Wacha,the star of the2013 playoffs, managedonly19 starts last year becauseof a shoulder issue, but hehas hit all his marksthis spring. Theother questions will beabout theconsistency of the offense, which ranked23rd in baseball ayear ago. CanHeyward, in the final year of his contract, help pushthem forward in that regard? PITTSBURGHPIRATES Rotation:Francisco Liriano, Gerrit Cole, Charlie g) Morton, A.J. Burnett, Jeff Locke/VanceWorley Key alditions:RHPBurnett, C Francisco Cervelli Outlook:After back-to-back postseason appearances, there is now an expectation to contend in Pittsburgh, and the core here — led by center fielder Andrew McCutchen but including Cole and play-everywhere Josh Harrison — warrants that. The Pirates ranked fourth in the NL in runsscored and third in slugging percentage ayear ago, andthey hope the development of outfielder Gregory Polanco will help offset the loss of catcher Russell Martin, who departed for Toronto during free agency. But there are also reasons to wonder whether they cansustain their success. Will Pedro Alvarez finally excel after moving from third to first base? Will Harrison — acareer.250 hitter who hit.315 lastyear — reprise that surprising performance?Andwill a bullpen that featured all-star TonyWatson (1.63 ERA,1.022WHIP) repeat its solid numbers, evenwithout a lot of power arms? Pittsburgh relievers had the third-fewest strikeouts per nine innings ayear ago.

CHICAGO CUBS Rotation:Jon Lester, Jake Arrieta, Jason Hammel, Kyle Hendricks, Travis Wood Key alditions:LHPLester CFDexter Fowler, 2B Tommy LaStella, C Miguel Montero, C David Ross, Manager JoeMaddon Outlook: TheCubs'offseasonwasdominated byonemove:The signing of free agent Lester to asix-year, $155-million contract. Their spring wasdominated byanother: Thedominance of 3B/ LF Kris Bryant, the sport's top prospect, whowassent to Triple-A lowa in the final weekbefore theseason. Both fit neatly into the franchise's narrative, though, andthat is one of real, genuine hope. Maddonhas areputation as a master communicator who should be able to bring along Bryant, 23; right fielder Jorge Soler, 23; infielder Javier Baez,22; and Hendricks, 25, the organization's top pitching prospect. With such youth around thefranchise mainstays, shortstop Starlin Castro (a three-time all-star) and first basemanAnthony Rizzo (32 homers last year) — whoareboth just 25 — there arebound to beblips and periods of inconsistency.

LOS ANGELESDODGERS Rotation: ClaytonKershaw,ZackGreinke,Hyun-JinRyu, Brandon McCarthy, Brett Anderson Keyadditions:RHPMcCarthy, SS Jimmy Rollins, 2B Howie Kendrick, CYasmani Grandal, IF Hector Olivera, President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman Outlook:There is nothing the Dodgers cannot afford to do as they pursue their third straight postseason appearance, something neveraccomplished in franchise history, so the roster on OpeningDaymaynot be the onethat ends the season. It is very easy to see them making a play for one of the starters likely to be onthe market at the tradedeadline because Ryuwill begin the season onthedisabled list and Anderson has madeonly19 major league starts the past two years. Closer KenleyJansen (foot) will not return until late April, and the bullpen — theteam's downfall last October — is full of questions. There remains uncertainty about whereCubansignee Olivera will fit in if and when hearrives (he may needelbow surgery), and though center fielder Joc Pederson is full of promise, this will be his first full big league season. With Kershawand Greinkeand Rollins and right fielder Yasiel Puig, there is star power andproduction here. But there is also areason to feel the Dodgers arenot done. SAN DIEGOPADRES Rotation: JamesShields,Andrew Cashner,TysonRoss, lan Kennedy, Brandon Morrow/Odrisamer Despaigne Key additions:RHPShields, OF Justin Upton, OF Wil Myers, OFMatt Kemp, CDerek Norris, 3B Will Middlebrooks Outlook:Forall the dismantling new SanDiego general manager A.J. Preller did to the Padres' roster, the foundation still fits the team's spacious ballpark: pitching. Shields got the four-year, $75-million deal andthe headlines, but behind him is asolid group that includes Cashner (2.55 ERAin 19 starts lastyear), Ross (2.81 in 31starts) and Kennedy, the onlyoneamong them to throw 200 innings last year and a21-game winner just four years ago. The 2014 offense ranked last in runs (535), average (.226), OBP (.292) and slugging percentage (.342), so it can only get better. ThePadres also must learn whether Myers can beaneveryday center fielder anddecide how to get Cameron Maybin andCarlos Quentin at-bats. Theyare also abit right-handed-heavy, but there is something they utterly lacked ayear ago — potential.

SAN FRANCISCOGIANTS Rotation:Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, Tim Hudson, JakePeavy,Tim Lincecum Keyadditions:3BCaseyMcGehee,OFNoriAoki Outlook:Theworld champs, by their manager's admission, played raggedbaseball much of the spring — andthat can betightened up.Justhow much cantheyclosesomeapparentholes?Cain,who missed the run to the World Series last year, is pitching again but also hasadmitted to elbow pain, which bears watching. Hudson is 39andendured a horrific September before rest allowed him to collect himself for the postseason. Peavy, evenaftera200-inningseason,somehow seems olderthan33.And who knows what to expect from Lincecum, whoseERAover the past three seasons is 4.76? Thelineup will be without departed third basemanPablo Sandoval (Boston) for the whole seasonand injured right fielder Hunter Pence (broken arm) for the first month of the season. Plus, World Series hero Bumgarner threw 270 innings last year — including a record 52'/ in the postseason. Can heendure another heavy workload? Doesn't it seem like there are alot of questions here?

COLORADOROCKIES Rotation: JorgeDeLaRosa,KyleKendrick,Jordan Lyles, Tyler Matzek, TBD Keyadditions:C Nick Hundley, IF Daniel Descalso Outlook:There are things to like here, of course, starting with shortstop TroyTulowitzki — who has played 130games just once in the past five seasons —andoutfielder Carlos Gonzalez, whose high the past four seasons is135 gamesand who is coming off a 70-game2014. So the Rockies would dowell to keep their stars healthy — whether it is for their own purposes or to trade themmidseason. With those two, though, in addition to third basemanNolanArenado (.828 OPSin 2014), the Rockies will score their runs, as theyalways do, whether they play at Coors Field or not. The messhere is the rotation. The club releasedJhoulys Chacin, who just two years agowasits ace. De La Rosa, the most likely ace, has agroin problem andwon't pitch in the majors until later in April. Kendrick arrives on a one-year, rebuild-your-career contract after he posted a4.65 ERAover the past two years in Philadelphia. And theywent deepinto the spring with Jon Gray, Eddie Butler andChristian Bergman battling for the final rotation spots. That they allowed abaseball-high 818 runs in 2014 isn't shocking, given their home park. But they also allowed thesecond-most on the road — asure sign of the shoddy state of their pitching.

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CINCINNATI REDS Rotation: JohnnyCueto,MikeLeake,Anthony DeSclafani, Jason Marquis, Raisel Iglesias Keyadditions:RHPMarquis, LF Marion Byrd Outlook:It feels like this window of competitiveness is slipping awayfrom the Reds.Cueto, their most essential pitcher, is coming off a 20-9 season in which hetied Strasburg for the leaguelead in strikeouts and had a2.25 ERAyet he is a freeagent after 2015. Wherewould this Redsteambe without him? In a tough spot. Homer Bailey, the second starter, will not pitch in the majors until late April, and the Redstraded away both Alfredo Simonand Mat Latos in the offseason. They did get a prospect from Miami in DeSclafani, andCubansignee Iglesias also haspotential. But cornerstone first basemanJoey Votto is coming off a season in which heplayed a career-low 62 games, and for all Billy Hamilton's speed, hewas caught stealing aleaguehigh23timesand posted anunacceptable.291on-base percentage in the leadoff spot — worst among 35players with at least 240 plate appearances in that spot. MILWAUKEEBREWERS Rotation:Kyle Lohse, Matt Garza, Wily Peralta, Mike Fiers, Jimmy Nelson Key additions:1BAdam Lind Outlook:It is easy to forget that the Brewers were in first place from OpeningDaythrough Aug. 31, and it is difficult to figure out how they did it. From that squad, they traded away mainstay starters Marco Estrada (for Lind) andYovani Gallardo (for prospects), and they lost key lefty reliever ZachDuke to free agency. Theybrought back closer Francisco Rodriguez, who gave up 14homers in 68 innings, and third baseman Aramis Ramirez, who posted his lowest slugging percentage (.427) since 2002. And there's just no depth in the rotation, which has anupand-coming performer in Peralta (17-11,3.54 ERA).

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ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Rotation:Josh Collmenter, Jeremy Hellickson, Rubby De La Rosa, Allen Webster, Trevor Cahill/ChaseAnderson Keyadditi ons:RHPHellickson,RHPDeLa Rosa,RHP Webster, 3B/OFYasmany Tomas Outlook:There is parity in baseball, but this team could be bad.They madea huge splash by signing Tomasfrom Cuba but then spent all spring trying to force feed him at third base, wherescouts say he seemeda terrible fit. They dealt away starter WadeMiley and got two pieces for their rotation in return — De La Rosaand Webster from Boston — but both are still developing, and Hellickson is on aone-year, $4.5-million deal designed to give him an opportunity to resurrect his career. Therotation really will be waiting for the return of ace Patrick Corbin andworkhorse Bronson Arroyo from Tommy John surgery, but neither is likely before midseason. Theonebright spot is slugging first basemanPaul Goldschmidt, one of the NL'sbest hitters.

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Bumgarner the World Series. was San FranHe went 4-1 during the cisco's World postseason following an 18Series hero in 10 regular season. From his 2014, but he four-hit, 10-strikeout gem that

Continued from C1 And, of course, they have World Series MVP Madison

Bumgarner ready to build off his remarkable postseason. Bochy reminded the Giants that it is hard to win consis-

tently year after year. "We had a great year last year," Bochy said. "We have to go about our business and get ready for a new year. We'll Casey McGehee,traded to still enjoy and savor those San Francisco from Miami, memories but at the same time will take over at third base it's time for us to get ready. with Sandoval's departure on ... Your lock on success is as a $95 million, five-year congood as that last game, so tract to Boston. McGehee has we've got to get after it." said he will not try to replace Durable right fielder Hunt- fan favorite Kung Fu Panda. "I feel like we get a lot of flak er Pence is sidelined with a broken left forearm that could for not doing anything this offkeep him out until early May, season," shortstop Brandon while left fielder Nori A o ki Crawford said. "We got Aoki, will join the team he lost to in we got McGehee. We have last year's Fall Classic while Cain coming back healthy that I think a lot of people for-

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right ankle, the same one he

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Court halts new rules for magnets A federal appeals court has temporarily halted new safety rules for high-power magnets, dealing a setback to federal regulators who have spentyears fighting to get such products off the market. The ruling was areprieve for the remaining manufacturer. The ruling will prevent the Consumer Product Safety Commission from enforcing new regulations for the magnets, madepopular by the now-defunct Buckyballs. Regulatory efforts were initiated after a child died from swallowing the toys.

By Stephen Hamway In 2014, the number of

Job vacancies in Oregon increased significantly last year over 2013, but Central Oregon saw a much smaller increase than the rest of the state.

job vacancies in Oregon increasedby almost 40

percent, but Central Oregon lagged behind the rest

Region

of the state, according to Department's Job Vacancy

Survey. The study, which was released in March, surveyed more than 10,000 private

Employment Department, said that the rise in vacan-

Insider trading ruling upheld Preet Bharara, the federal prosecutor who built his reputation on cracking down on insider trading onWall Street, appears to be stuck with a court ruling that has undermined some of that success. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit issued a brief order Friday that denied Bharara's request for the court to reconsider a ruling last year by a three-judge appellate panel that sharply narrowed the definition of what constitutes insider trading. The order also said that the three-judge panel that threw out the convictions of two hedge fund traders would not hold a new hearing on the matter. The ruling from the court of appeals leaves Bharara, the U.S.attorney for Manhattan, with few legal options to get a morefavorable interpretation of what constitutes insider trading in cases involving people who arethe end of the line in receiving inside information that could move the price of a company's shares.

2013

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Oregon statewide 32,441 45,402 Portland tri-county 16,057 23,190 NW Oregon / Willamette Valley 7,808 9 ,878 Southwest Oregon 2,853 3 , 9 76 Central Oregon 3,003 3 , 6 91 Eastern Oregon 1,262 2 , 187

the annual figures from the Oregon Employment

businesses in the state on their job openings. In total, the study stated that Oregon employers were looking to fill around 45,000 positions in the state at any given time. Jessica Nelson, employment economist for the

trends,which makes sense for a swath that stretches from

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Source: Oregon Employment Department

She said that vacancies are

a sign of an improving economy, as they show that employers are adding new jobs, and employees are feeling confident enough in the job market to leave their old ones.

cies was a sign of an economy that has finally put the

"We're just seeing a lot of activity across the board,"

recession in the rearview mirror. "2013 saw things start

Nelson said.

But Central Oregon, which the survey designated as

40% 44 27%

39% 23%

3%

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While Oregon's vacancy rate increased by around 40 percent, Central Oregon's increased by 23 percent, the

smallest increase of any of the five regions examined.

the Washington border to California," Runberg said. Runberg added that Deschutes County added more than 4,500 jobs last year, but

lowernumbers in ruralareas in Klamath and Lake counties hurt the overall figures for the

region. "Klamath County has seen a handful of layoffs, which keeps negating the growth in the area," Runberg said. largest increase in vacancies,

was broken Friday with the

Labor Department's report that employers added just

Clackamas, Multnomah and

126,000 workers in March, a

Washington counties — saw

marked slowdown in hiring that echoed earlier signs that sluggish business investment and punishing weather were exacting a toll on the economy. Analysts blamed the plunge in oil prices as well

vacancies increase by 44 percent, according to the report. While the vacancy survey forthe firstquarter of2015

2014, up from 3,003 the year

were optimistic that the state's

before. Damon Runberg, regional

economy would continue to grow. "We might not see the same level of growth we saw last

to ramp up again, and everything really took off in

Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam,

Hood River, Jefferson, Klam-

designated as Central Oregon

year, but the vacancies are

2014," Nelson said. "We're

ath, Lake, Sherman, Wasco and Wheeler counties, saw

makes it difficult to draw

still a good indicator of future job growth," Runberg said.

recession."

significantly fewer vacancies than the rest of Oregon.

By Patricia Cohen New York Times News Service

with an uptick of 73 percent. The Portland metro area-

were 3,691 job vacancies in

conclusions about the area as a whole. "We're seeing really diverse

in Marc The yearlong streak of robust monthly job creation

economist for Central Oregon, said that the size of the area

getting close to the vacancy levels we saw before the

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Eastern Oregon saw the

will not be available until later this spring, both economists

According to the study, there

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as the pall cast by a difficult

winter across the Northeast and Midwest, a combination that put a crimp on spending in the energy patch and held back consumer spending and construction.

Still, this new report presents only a limited snapshot,

and many said they expected the economy to regain at least some of its momentum later

Pow ere aCO O aCesstiO Ositian By Rachel Abrams

of the number of rigs that are active," said Carl Tannen-

New York Times News Service

baum, chief economist at the

In 2012, Mark Phillips needed a way to market his

Northern Trust Co. "The bad

news is we're losing some jobs. The good news is, we

new invention: a powdered form of alcohol that would become liquid when mixed

hope, that the average con-

sumer is saving a tremendous amount of money in lower gasoline prices." The unemployment rate held steady at 5.5 percent. Hourly wages, in one of the few bright spots in the report, rose0.3 percentforprivate

with water.

You could sprinkle it on guacamole, although snorting it would get you drunk quickly and was probably not a good idea, Phillips wrote online in those earlier days.

sector workers in March,

But now, Phillips has come to the attention of state and federal lawmakers who want to ban his product — which

aftera meager 0.1percent rise in February. But hours worked were down slightly, so overall paychecks were left

he says was inspired by a love of hiking but a distaste for carrying bottles of adult beverages uphill — and those

essentially flat.

Union urged to approve contract

statements have come back to haunt him.

A dockworkers caucus recommended that union members approve a tentative labor agreement with shipping companies that ended months of labor strife at West Coast ports. Seventy-eight percent of caucus delegates voted Friday for approval of the five-year proposal, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union said. The proposed contract agreement was reached in late February after nine months of negotiations.

tial for abuse, six states have

Concerned over the potenpassed legislation to ban powdered alcohol outright,

The slowdown in job creation reinvigorated the debate about when the Federal Reserve will raise interest Nick Cote i New YorkTimes News Service

Mark Phillips pours a powdered vodka that he developed into a cup at his apartment in Scottsdale, Arizona. Concerned over the potential for abuse, six states have passed legislation to ban pow-

dered alcohol outright, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Conference of State Legislatures. And Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., introduced a bill last month that would

ban its sale and manufacture nationwide. Phillips is not the first to

develop a powdered form of alcohol. It has been produced

in Europe and Japan, and patents have been issued before in the United States.

Phillips' version, developed by his company, Lipsmark of Tempe, Arizona, was approved for sale last month by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. How-

ever, it is still subject to state the need to use the product regulation. responsibly. In response to the growing To demonstrate the earlier opposition, Phillips has vigerror of his ways, Phillips orously defended his product, said he even snorted Palcocalled Palcohol, saying it is hol to prove that it was not no more dangerous than the an effective or quick way liquid version sold in liquor to get drunk, which he said stores. Gone are the sughe had not done before he gestions about guacamole made his earlier claims. The and snorting, which he says experience was, in a word, were published on Palcohol's unpleasant. "It would take you an website by mistake and were never a part of the marketing

hour of pain to ingest the

strategy. They have been replaced with an emphasis

equivalent of one drink," Phillips said in an interview.

on the practical advantages

"It really burns." Palcohol's

of a lightweight drink and

website now says that snort-

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Stanford University who has

on its own.

studied the history of alcohol regulation. Since Palcohol's website initially suggested

Speaking at a conference in San Francisco last week, Janet Yellen, the Fed's chair-

that snorting the product

woman, warned that the

was a way to get drunk quickly — even if doing it was unwise — "lawmakers, I suspect, will be inclined

recovery was fragile, despite steady progress on the jobs

unpleasant.

to take the marketer at the

marketer's original word," he said.

front. She said that the Fed

would move slowly to raise rates even after it began the process of lifting short-term

borrowing costs.

PEOPLE ONTHEMOVE • Darek Oleon hasjoined Steele Associates Architects as aproject manager. • Mary Wellis has been promoted to mortgage loan officer at SELCO Community Credit Union. • Jason end Shannon Rogers are the top selling agents for March at Coldwell Banker Mayfield Realty. • Jnlie Fehlgren is the top listing agent for March atColdwell Banker Mayfield Realty. • Venesse Segovieno is the top listing agentfor March at Windermere Central OregonReal Estate in Redmond. • Cleme Rinehard, Patty Dempsey end Andree Phelps, the RDPGroup, are the top listing agents for March at WindermereCentral Oregon Real Estate in Bend. • Eric Andrews is the top selling agent for March at Windermere Central OregonReal Estate in Bend. • Audrey Cook is the top selling agent for March at Windermere Central Oregon RealEstate in Redmond.

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Rinehard Dempsey Phelps • Becky Stewart has been namedvolunteer of the month by the Central OregonCouncil On Aging for March. Silfven • Ellen Silfven, mortgage loan officer, wasinducted into UmpquaBank Home Lending's Leaders Club. • DW Frommer II, of Redmond, won the 2014 Will Rogers Bootmaker of the YearAward from the Academyof Western Artists.

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• Jeremy Green has been hired as administrator of the Central Oregon Community College Green Madras campus. • Darrel Wisseman end Karen Romine, financial advisor and branch office administrator, respectively, at EdwardJones in Prineville, recently attended an invitation-only training forum at Edward Jones' headquarters in St. Louis.


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Ozekitickets available today Tickets to hear 2015

A Novel Ideaauthor Ruth OzekispeakApril 19 at BendHighSchool become available today. The tickets are freeand available at all Deschutes County Library branches during regular business hours, and onthe library website starting at 9a.m. at www.deschuteslibrary.org/novelidea. Ozeki is theauthor of "A Tale for theTime Being," the bookDeschutes Public Library chosefor its annual community reading event, ANovel Idea, which culminates with a visit bythe selected author. Ozekiwill speak at 4p.m. April19 at Bend HighSchool,

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230 NE Sixth St.

Contact: www. deschuteslibrary.org/ novelidea or541-3121032.

JeffersonCounty ceiedrates history The Jefferson County Historical Society's Annual Dinnerwill be held April11 at theMadras Senior Center, 860SW Madison St. The eveningwill begin with a social hour from 5 to 6 p.m., followedby a roast beef dinnerwith options for vegetarians. The society will discuss various events from 2014 and2015, present the 2015BethCrow Award for local history and Marla Rae,Gateway native andstate of Oregon administrator, will discuss "TheHistory of a Little Slice ofAmerica: the Background ofthe Gateway4th of July Parade andOther Township Nonsense." The dinner will feature displays relating to last year's Jefferson County Centennial Celebration, new photos andartifacts from the museumcollection, books onlocal history for purchase,a fundraiser andmusicby the SteveFisher Trio. This event is open to the public. Tickets are $40 perguest. To reserve tickets, senda checkto Jefferson County Historical Society, PO Box 647,Madras, OR 97741, by Monday,April 6. Include anote if you would like thevegetarian dinner option. Reservation packets will be held at the dinner. For further information, call 541-475-7488 or 541-475-5390. — Bulletin staff reports

Contact us with your ideas • Community events: Email event information to events@bendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at www.bendbulletin.com. Allow at least10 days before the desired date of publication. Contact: 541-383-0351.

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• Storyteller Lawrence Howard will present the true story of the whaling ship 'TheEssex' By David Jasper• The Bulletin

n 1819, the whaleship Essex set sail from Nantucket, Massachusetts, heading south and around Cape Horn to the South Pacific, where, in 1820, it was attacked and sunk by a sperm whale. The ship's captain, George Pollard, and 19 sailors set off in three small whalingboats, as they navigated thousands of miles east toward South America, on just ounces per day in water and bread rations. Making their ordeal tougher, they sailed against the prevailing winds, wanting to reach the coast of South America for fear of cannibals in islands to the west. By the time their journey was through, they were down to two boats, and their surviving occupants had turned to cannibalism themselves. Just eight survived. The notoriety of the Essex and its

Ifyougo

crew's tribulation struck 19th-century imaginations, including American author Herman Melville, who worked on a whal-

What:Storyteller Lawrence Howard presents "The Essex" When:7:30 p.m. April 17 Where:CascadesTheatre,148 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend Cost:Advance tickets are $15, plus service fees, at link below; $18 atthe door Contact: www.solospeak.com

ing ship himself and whose novel "MobyDick" was partly inspired the tale of the Essex.

Captivatedby the Essex The story is still stoking imaginations. This year will see the release of "In the Heart of the Sea," a Ron Howard film

about the Essex, based on the book of the same name, which won the 2000 National Book Award for nonfiction. The film stars

share his story of Antarctic explorer

Chris Hemsworth and had been slated for

Ernest Shackleton. He's also crafted a

release this month; it's now scheduled to

story about Antarctic explorer Douglas

arrive in theaters in December, during Oscar season.

Mawson and still another about Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott's 1911 race to the South Pole titled "Polar

The tale of the Essex also got to Port-

land storyteller Lawrence Howard. On April 17, he'll appear on stage to tell the story of the voyage and the aftermath for

Scott Bump/ Submitted photo

Lawrence Howard will tell the true story of a whaling vessel sunk by a sperm whale in "TheEssex."The incident atsea was an inspiration to "Moby-Dick" author Herman Melville, Howard said.

Opposites." After his A ntarctic stories, Howard

was in search of a new subject when a

the few who survived (see "If you go"). Howard grew up on Long Island, New York, about 20 miles from Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, which captiHoward has been called "a master of vated him as a young boy. nonfiction on the stage," and is co-founder "I (grew) up with a lifelong love of 18th- of Portland Story Theater, a nonprofit that and 19th-century whaling. My dad and I puts on storytelling events. Since 2008,

friend of a friend sent him a DVD of "Into the Deep," a two-hour PBS movie that

he's created an annual series for the com-

by it, and I decided that this would be my next Armchair Adventurer."

must have watched 'Moby-Dick' together a hundred times; it was our favorite mov-

ie," Howard said.

pany called The Armchair Adventurer.

plumbed the depths of American whaling history, in 2013. Despite his interest in whaling, "That's

how I first became aware of it," Howard told The Bulletin. "I was just fascinated

Last year, Howard came to Bend to

SeeEssex/D5

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Send us your best outdoor photos at healhelletia.com/ readerphotos. Your entries will appear online, and we'll choose the best for publication in the Outdoors section. Submission requirements: Include as much detail as possible — when and where you took a photo, any special technique used — as well as your name, hometown and contact info. Photos selected for print must be high resolution (at least 6 inches wide and 300 dpi) and cannot be altered.

Color yourEastereggswith fruits, veggies andspices By Lee Dvitak Dean

which I only have reason to

Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

make this time of year, as Eas-

I wouldn't cringe if called old-fashioned (very few, I might add, but this is one of them).

ter approaches. Yes, I could dissolve a tablet in vinegar and water, and lower a hard-cooked egg into the colorful solution with that odd

There are times when

That's after I fill up pots

little metal bracket that never

with red cabbage leaves or yellow onion skins and turn

quite holds steady. And I have

up the heat to make food dye,

my children were very young

done so, many times, when

and expediency was the direc- well, it helps if you're not too tive of the day. seton specificcolors,because But then I discovered colthe great joy of coloring eggs oring eggs the way cooks did the natural way is that they long ago, with real food as the are in charge. Yep. The eggs. base, and I've never opened You may think that as a cook a package of prepared dye you have the smarts to predesince. termine what color is going Patience is the only require- to show up on an egg, but no ment — which is true of any siree! The eggs will decide. kind of egg dyeing — and, SeeEggs /D4

Tom Wallace / Star Tribune (Minneapolis)


D2 THE BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015

at oiauniteon eat ena By Mark Oppenheimer

fense in the narrow sense of preventing a killer from committing a future killing. So in the modern state, the argu-

New Yorh Times News Service

As the editor of The Nation-

al Catholic Reporter, a national biweekly, Dennis Coday reads his competitor, The National Catholic Register. But he does

ment goes, with effective pris-

ons and life sentences to keep killers off the street, there is

not have to agree with it.

The Reporter is seen as somewhat liberal in theology and politics. The Register, a competing biweekly with a confusingly similar name, is popular with more theologiolics, who often fall to the right politically. But last year, seeing the amount of attention The Register was giving to arguments opposing the death penalty, Coday came upwith an idea:

Yerk. Though manygaps remain between liberal and conservative Catholics, the church's opposition to the death penalty is a common bond.

could collaborate on an edito- marriage or abortion. rial calling on Catholics to opWith the death penalty, the pose the death penalty. time seemed right. Accord"What struck me the most ing to last year's major Pew was O k l ahoma A r c h bish- survey, support for the death op Paul Coakleycame out penalty is slipping nationalstrongly against it," Coday ly. At the same time, different said. "And his comments were branches of Roman Catholicoveredby The NationalCath- cism are unitingbehind a mesolic Register." sage that has been consistentIndeed, The Register had ly deli vered by Pope Francis covered Catholic death-penal- and his predecessors Benedict ty opposition in May, after the XVI and John Paul II. "We, the editorsof four botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate, Clayton Lock- Catholic journals," the editoriett, and again in July, after the al begins, "urge the readers of p rotracted execution in A r i our diverse publications and zona of Joseph Wood III, who the whole U.S. Catholic comtook nearly two hours to die. munity and all people of faith Eventually, Coday got three to stand with us and say, 'Capiother publications, including tal punishment must end.'" "The Catholic Church in this The Register, to join him. On March 5, "Catholic Publica- country has fought against the tions Call for an End to Cap- death penalty for decades," ital Punishment" ran on the websites of The Reporter; The

Register; Our Sunday Visitor, which is considered conservative; and the Jesuit magazine

America, which is considered liberal. The editorial was writ-

ten principally by Coday, with the involvement of the four editorial boards. The editorial was an unusu-

al show of unity among publications that speak for often

dle East, I met a man who showed unusual interest in

The Rev. Roger Coleman, Pilgrim

C h a pel, Kan s a s

City: Nonbelievers, in my exour work and asked to share perience, are rare birds. a taxi with me into the city. All of us have guiding We suspected he was a se-

principles, beliefs that are im-

"Although I do not regard capital punishment to be on a

cret police agent assigned to portant in shaping our lives watch us — and the taxi ride even if they are as simple as

moral par with the deliberate

just a ruse for a surreptitious

killing of innocent persons — including killing unborn babies by abortion and killing elderly or handicapped

interrogation. have them do unto you" or "do Most on the dig were sem- no harm" or "thou shall not

persons in euthanasia — I believe that the abolition of kill-

Maybe the two newspapers

need instead is a conversa-

tion, like we had in the taxi '13 inity Lu t heran C h u rch, that day.

theorist Robert George, who

nonetheless needs to end.

Damon Winter/New YorkTimes NewsService

The Kansas City Star The Rev. Kevin Vogts,

Paola, Kansas: Working as an archaeologist in the Mid-

punishment is not as bad as abortion or euthanasia, but it

People attend en afternoon Mass at the Holy Name Church in New

What scripturewould you share with nonbelievers?

no morally valid reason to use it. According to the Catholic teaches at Princeton, capital

cally traditional Roman Cath-

VOICES OFFAITH

"do unto others as you would

inary students like me. The

kill." We have beliefs, most of

excavation's agreement with the government forbade

them of a positive nature. Unfortunately, r e ligion,

evangelization, but we could

especially in its institutional-

abortion and euthanasia. "We ing as a punishment will pro-

answer questions.

ized form, rather than build-

wanted to contextualize it last fall in that broad context."

Jostling down a d e sert ing on our commonness or track in an ancient taxi, the togetherness, seems intent on

mote a culture of life," George wrote in a Feb. 19 letter to the

De Melo said she and Coday governor and legislature of could not agree on an editorial Kansas. thatbrought in so many contenComing from George, who tious issues. But when, in Janu- is admired by the Catholic ary, the Supreme Court agreed right, the letter was another to take up the case of Glossip v.

indication that on this partic-

Gross, which challenges Okla- ular issue, a unified position homa's use of lethal injection, may be emerging. she thought that maybe it was Not everyone agrees. The time for an editorial solely on Rev. John McCloskey, a concapital punishment. s ervative priest, wrote t h is "Since the Supreme Court

m onth t h at

"the C atholic

took up this case," De Melo said, "it seemed maybe we

Church's Magisterium does

could look at it in a narrower context. I felt it was important to stand on something we can stand together on, these

unqualified abolition of the death penalty." He invoked Augustine and Thomas Aquinas in support of the death penalty, as well as Pope Pius XII.

diverse publications with diverse audiences. We do agree

not and never has advocated

Then there are the 59 per-

cent of white Catholics who, it says. "Pope St. John Paul II Some readers questioned according to the Pew survey, amended the universal Cate- De Melo's decision to join with favor capital punishmentchism of the Catholic Church more liberal publications. On four points higher than the to include a de facto prohibi- March 16, she wrote her own average for al l A m erican tion against capital punish- editorial, placing her death adults. ment. Last year, Pope Francis penalty opposition in the conGreg Erlandson, the pubcalled on all Catholics 'to fight text of issues that are import- lisher of Our Sunday Visitor, ... for the abolition of the death ant to conservatives. said Catholics needed to keep "Euthanasia, abortion, war penalty.' The practice is abhortalking to one another, lest rent and unnecessary." and capital punishment differ they become as dysfunctional The Register's editor, Jea- in moral weight, but they all as the secular world. "The ideological polarizanette De Melo, said that when threaten human dignity, and Coday first broached the idea we must work to end them," tion that has paralyzed Amerlast fall, they could not quite De Melo wrote. ican political life has seeped this should end."

antagonistic niches of Catholic public thought. Editors at the make it work. "The Register's take on the A matter of morality publications agreed, in interviews this week, that such a death penalty," De Melo said, The church now teaches joint effort would be unlikely "is to talk about it in broader that the death penalty could on other topics, like same-sex context of the life issues," like be justified only for self-de-

into the church, unfortunate-

ly," Erlandson said. "So something like this" — the joint editorial -

"is an important

signpost for the church."

man quickly turned the con- defining belief in such narversation to religion.

row terms that many of us be-

taxi ride was indeed a ruse, but not to interrogate me.

ans to secondary status?

wanting to ask about the faith, but had to be careful in

as agnostics or nonbelievers, the scripture I use is from the

"There's really no differ- come nonbelievers by default. ence between our faiths," he We don't fit in. Who can said. "Both say God is great, believe in a God, for exambut we are sinners deserving ple, that relegates women, damnation." I realized the minorities or gays and lesbiWhen I amconfronted by He was a sincere seeker those who define themselves

a culture where converts can fourth chapter of I John (4:7be executed. The driver was 8): "Everyone who loves has his friend, also listening with been born of God and knows interest to learn from me God. Whoeverdoes not love about forbidden Christianity.

does not know God, because

Thinking of Romans 6:23, God is love." I agreed that "the wages of I believe God to be that sin is death." The difference

force in life that calls us into

is, Christianity doesn't stop just and loving relationships. with that condemnation, but The only true nonbeliever, like the remainder of that

t herefore, is the one w h o

verse goes on with the good does not accept love and renews of God's compassion: spect for others as a guiding "But the gift of God is eternal principle. life through Jesus Christ our With this understanding, Lord." faith becomes a commitment This verse encapsulates to joining God in doing what the message all humans need it is that God does — overto hear, including those al- coming divisiveness and haready Christians. Both the

tred in the world — and then

bad news of our sin, shattering self-righteousness, and then the good news of our salvation through Jesus Christ. The question posed above envisions a confrontation between believers and non-

joining together to celebrate

believers, but really what we

nonbelievers.

our victories and mourn our defeats.

In our judgments and narr owness, some of us w h o

call ourselves "religious" can often be the worst of the

RELIGIQUs SERvIcEs To submit service information or announcements for religious organizations, email bulletin©bendbulletin.com or call 541-633-2117.

SERVICES ANTIOCHCHURCH:Pastor Ken Wytsma; "Easter Study Part 1," based on Phillippians; 8:45 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday youth group; Bend High School, 230 NESixth St., Bend; 541318-1454 or www.antiochchurch. Ol'g.

BELIEVERSBIBLEFELLOWSHIP CHURCH:Pastor Gary Breegle; "The ChrIstIan Passover," special communion service; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 9:30 a.m .Biblestudy; Super 8 Hotel, 3629 SW 21st Place, Redmond; 541-974-8694 or www. believersbiblefellowship.org. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor Dave Miller; "The Cross — Part 3"; 10 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday 4Twelve youth group; 19831 Rocking Horse Road, Bend; 541-382-6006 or www. bendchristianfellowship.com. BEND CHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "Games People Play: Life"; Easter services 9 and 10:45a.m. Sunday;9 a.m.(Hispanic service) Sunday In the Fireside Room; 1270 NE27th St., Bend; 541382-5496 or www.bendnaz.org. COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "Raised to New Life," based on Romans 6:1-11; Easter services 9 and 11a.m., brunch at10:15 a.m.;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541-593-8341 or www.cbchurchsr.org. COMMUNITY BIBLESTUDY: Nondenominational weekly study and fellowship, study of 1 and 2 Thessaloni ans;10 a.m .W ednesday; Highland Baptist Church, 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond; 541-923-8791. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor Rob Anderson; "Have an Easter Heart!" based on John 20:1-9; 9 and 11 a.m. Sunday; 10:15 a.m. Easter egg hunt for children; 529 NW19th St., Redmond; 541-548-3367 or www.

redmondcpc.org.

CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev. Willis C. Jenson; "God Swallowed Up Death for All Men on Mt. Zion Through the Cross of ChrIst," based on IsaIah 25:8; 11 a.m. Sunday; 10 a.m. Sunday

school; TerrebonneGrangeHall,

828611th St., Terrebonne; 541-3256773 or www.lutheransonline.coml concordialutheranmission. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Minister Dave Drullinger; "If No Resurrection," based on1 Corinthians15:12-20; Easter worship with Flowering of the Cross; 10 a.m. Sunday;sack lunchBible study noon Thursday; 334 NW Newport Ave., Bend; 541-382-2272 or www.discoverychristianchurch. com. EASTMONTCHURCH:Pastor John Nagle; "The Lies of Easter Exposed," based on selected scripture; 9 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; 62425 Eagle Road, Bend; 541-382-5822 or www.

eastmontchurch.com. EMMAUS LUTHERANCHURCH, LCMS:Pastor David Poovey; 9:15a.m. Biblestudy,10:30a.m. worship; 2175 SWSalmon Ave., Redmond; 541-548-1473. FATHER'S HOUSE CHURCH:Pastor Randy Wills; "Where Full Meets Empty," an illustrated sermon for Easter; 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday; egg hunt follows ;7 p.m.W ednesday youth group; 61690 Pettigrew Road, Bend; 541-382-1632 or www.

fatheIshouseinbend.church.

THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "The Resurrection of Jesus," based on Mark16:1-8;10 a.m. Sunday (baptisms to follow); 6:45 a.m. Easter sunrise bonfire gathering and pancake breakfast; 21530 Butler Market Road, Bend; 541-385-3100 or www.tfab.com. FIRST PRESBYTERIANBEND: Pastors Steven Koski and Jenny Warner; "Easter: Letting Go of Fear"; 6:30, 9 and10:45 a.m., and 5:01 p.m. Sunday; 230 NENinth St., Bend; 541-382-4401 or www. bendfp.org. FOUNDRYCHURCHOFBEND: Pastor Trevor Waybright; "... and Peter," based on Mark16:1-8;10:15 a.m. Sunday; 60 NWOregon Ave., Bend; 541-382-3862 or www. foundrybend.org. GRACEBIBLECHURCH OFBEND: Pastor Phil Kooistra; "Up from the Grave," based on the Bible; 8:30 and10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday; 63945OldBend Redmond Highway, Bend; 541-728-3897 or www. gracebibleofbend.org. GRACEFIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Jesus Christ Unplugged" and "What's Up?";8,9:30and11a.m. Sunday; Vigil of Easter 7 p.m. today;2265 NW Shevlin ParkRoad,

Bend; 541-382-6862 or www. gracefirstlutheran.org. GRACELUTHERANCHURCHAT EAGLE CREST: PastorJames Rupel;

"Jesus' ResurrectIonAssuresOur Redemption," based on Isaiah 53:8-12; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; pastoral worship service second and fourth Sunday; lay minster servIce first and third Sunday; 9:30 a.m. Bible study second and fourth Sunday; 7525 Falcon Crest Drive, Redmond; 509-899-5018 or www. gracelcaeaglecrest.org. HOLY COMMUNIONEVANGELICAL CATHOLICCHURCHOFBEND: The Rev. James Radloff; Bible study,10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesdays, 587 NE Greenwood Ave.; 541-408-9021

or info©holycommunionbend.org. JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "Easter — a Reminder of the Ultimate Gift of Grace, Jesus"; 9 and 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday; Easter egg hunt for kids during each service; 70 NWNewport Ave., Bend; 541-647-2944 or www. iourneyinbend.com MISSIONCHURCH BEND CAMPUS: Pastor Brent Hofen; "Already Won"; 5:30 p.m. today; 9 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; online at www. experiencethehighlife.tv; 2221 NE Third, Bend; 541-306-6209 or www. experiencethehighlife.com. MOST SACREDHEART, ROMAN CATHOLICCHAPEL:Father Bernard; Traditional Latin Mass; 9 a.m. Sunday,confessions beforeM ass; 1051 SW Helmholtz Way, Redmond; 541-548-6416. NATIVITY LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Chris Kramer; "Easter Sunday," based on Isaiah 25:69, Psalm 114, 1 Corinthians 5:6-8 and Luke 24:13-49; 6 a.m. sunrise service, 9 and 11a.m. formal worship Sunday; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend; 541-3880765 or www.nativityinbend.com. NEIGHBORHOOD BIBLECHURCH: Bob Benson; Easter service;10:45 a.m.Sunday;627 SW Seventh St., Redmond; 541-350-3830. NEW HOPECHURCH:Pastor Clint Wood; "I am the Resurrection and the Life," based on John11:25-26; 6 p.m. today; 7:30, 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend; 541-389-3436 or www. newhopebend.com. NEW CREATIONSLIFECENTER CHURCH:Pastor Arthur Wilder; "Live Easter Production"; 10 a.m. Sunday; Wednesday 6:30 p.m. ILove youthgroup;240 SW SeventhSt.,

Redmond; 541-548-6246 or www. newclc.com. NEWPORTAVENUECHURCH OF CHRIST:DeanCatlett; "The Glory of the Cross," based on Galatians 6:14; 10:45 a.m. worship Sunday; adult Bible study 6 p.m. Wednesday; 554 NW Newport Ave., Bend.; 541-382-5242 or www. churchofchristbendoregon.com. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "The Power of Hope," based on theGospelsofLuke and John;8and10a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday; 6:30 p.m. Wednesday youth meeting; 2880 NE27th St., Bend; 541-312-8844. SAINT JACOBOFALASKA ORTHODOX CHRISTIANCHURCH: Father Peter Guilianotti; Vespers 6 p.m. today; Divine Liturgy10 a.m. Sunday;1900 NE Division St., Bend; 541-203-0316 or www.saintIacob.

442 Trinity Way, Sisters. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Lost and Found"; 6:30 p.m. today; 9 and11 a.m. Sunday; www.westsidelive.org. WESTSIDE RADIO CAMPUS: Pastor Corey Parnell; "The Lord's Supper: Simple and Sacred";8:30a.m. Sunday; Heirborne radIo show on KBND, AM 1110. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor ErIc Burtness; "Jesus, Son of God"; 8:30 and11 a.m. Sunday; Easter brunch and egg hunt10 a.m. Sunday; 1113 SWBlack Butte Blvd., Redmond; 541-923-7466 or www. zionrdm.com.

EVENTS, MEETINGS

SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH:Pastor Jordan Weaver; "Kindness Draws to Repentance"; 8, 9:30and11 a.m. Sunday; 7 a.m. Thursdaymen's Bible study;6:30 p.m. Wednesday young adult life group; 15669 SW Bussett Road, Powell Butte; 971-678-9513 or www.shilohranch.com. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: Rev. PatrIck M. Rooneyand Rev.David A. Carnahan; "Dead ManWalking," with Rev. Rooney; 8 a.m. Sunday (service includes the Lord's Supper); "The Stone Rolled Away," with Rev. Carnahan; 11 a.m. Sunday; 2550 NE Butler Market Road, Bend; 541-3821832 or www.trinitylutheranbend.

TODAY LIVING EASTERADVENTURE: Interactive tour through the last week of Jesus' life and resurrection; live performances, games and lunch; each family will receive a personalized gift; free; families are welcome anytime between11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Highland Baptist Church, 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond; 541-548-4161 or www. hbcredmond.org. SUNDAY EASTERSUNRISESERVICE: Nondenominational, community sunrise Easter servIce; sInging, worship and a brief message shared by Bob Shaw; free; 6:30-7:30a.m.; Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, 1310 NE Highway 20, Bend; info© sunriseservice.org or www.

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sunriseservice.org.

UNITARIANUNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRALOREGON:Rev. Antonia

EASTERSUNRISESERVICE: Outdoor Easter sunrise worship service hosted by the Powell Butte Christian Church; 6 a.m.; Tom's Pond, Williamson Road, Powell Butte; 541-548-3066. EASTERSUNRISESERVICE: Outdoor "sonrise" worship service hosted by the Tumalo Community Church; a fellowship breakfast will follow at the Tumalo Community Church; 8:30a.m.;Tumalo Pioneer Cemetery, 61555 Parrell Road, Bend, 541-383-1845. GOOD NEWS EASTERHUNT: Children will learn about Jesus' resurrection and hunt for eggs, candy and prizes; free; 9:30 a.m.; Trinity Lutheran Church 8 School, 2550 NE Butler Market Road, Bend; 541-382-1832. THURSDAY TAIZE MEDITATIONSERVICE:Join

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Won; "The Inconvenienceof Easter"; focusing on the arrival of spring, not the resurrection; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend; 541-385-3908 or www.uufco.org WESTSIDECHURCH:Pastor Steve Mickel; "Lost and Found"; 6:30 p.m. today; 8,9and11 a.m. Sunday;WestsideChurchWest Campus, 2051 NWShevlin Park Road, Bend; 541-382-7504 or www. westsidechurch.org. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Gary Burton; "Lost and Found"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE Third St., Bend. WESTSIDESISTERS CAMPUS: Pastor Jerry Kaping; "Lost and Found"; 9and11 a.m. Sunday; Westside Church Sisters Campus,

the Taize Choir of Central Oregon in an hour of meditative nondenominational Taize music and silence at our monthly ecumenical service. This is not the usual date or location.; 7 p.m.; Shalom Bayit (Jewish Community of Central Oregon), 21555 Modoc Lane (off Ward Road), Bend, 541-389-6156. FOUR BLOOD MOONS: "Something Is About to Change," a film based on the book by Pastor John Hagee about the supernatural connection of certain celestial events to Biblical prophecy; 7:30 p.m.; $12.50; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 and IMAX, 680 SW Powerhouse Drive, Bend; www.fathomevents.com or 844-462-7342. FRIDAY PRACTICESFOR A HAPPIER LIFE: A Deeper Understanding of the Buddhist PractIces of Purification: Explore Buddhist practices for purifying negative thinking and the causes of suffering; Alejandro Anastasio's teachings are deep and humorous; 9 a.m.;donations

accepted; Centerfor Compassionate Living, 339 SW Century Drive, Bend or 541-678-5515. EIGHTHANNUAL CHRISTIAN YOUTH SUMMIT:A conference full of teachIng designed to help youth stand firm in the ChrIstian faith and impact our culture; 6:30 p.m.; Trinity Lutheran Church and School, 2550 Butler Market Road, Bend; www.christianyouthsummit.org or 541-325-2639. APRIL 11 EIGHTHANNUAL CHRISTIAN YOUTH SUMMIT:A conference full of teaching designed to help youth stand firm in the ChrIstian faith and impact our culture; 9 a.m.; Trinity Lutheran Church and School, 2550 Butler Market Road, Bend; www.christianyouthsummit.org or 541-325-2639. MOTHERS,WIDOWS AND NUNS: Women inJapanese BuddhIsm; explores the history of women in BuddhIsm In Japan, startIng with the first full Buddhist clerics and spanning the political and cultural changes that took place before, during and after WWII; 1 p.m.; Sisters Library, 110 NCedar St., Sisters; and 4 p.m.; downtown Bend Library, 601 NWWall St.; 541-312-1034. KEEPERS OF THE FAITH QUARTET:The Southern gospel group performs; 6 p.m. donatIons

accepted ;Redmond Assemblyof God Church, 1865 W. Antler Ave., Redmond; 541-923-3085.


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"Leam to go inside yourself, because this is the source of all truth. There are a lot of holy temples out here, but the most sacred of all is the temple inside you, because this is where you meet with the Holy Spirit, the Voice of God" Harold Klemp "Spiritual Experiences Guidebook"

You Are The j(vtost Important Part ofOur Services

You're invited to a Spiritual Discussion

dyg+ei" e "Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confuoanism

Have You Had a Spiritual Experience" Thursday, April 16, 6:30-7:30pm

"Star F Crescent" Islam

EASTER SERVICES PUBLISHED TUESDAY, MARCH SlST •

REDMOND ASSEMBLV 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 7PM

"Discover the Spiritual Purpose of Dreams" Thursday, May 21, 6:30-7:30pm "Make EveryDay a Wonderful-and

Sacred-Adventure" Thursday, June 18, 6:30-7:30pm

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631

Prineville Public Library 175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr. Prineville, Oregon For more information www.miraclesinyourlife.org www.eckankar.org www.eckankar-oregon.org 541-728-6476

NKW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Vigil of Easter April 4, 2015 No 8:00a.m. or 5:00p.m. Mass 8:00p.m. Vigil Mass NewChurch HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

TRINITV EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Comer of NW Franklin 8 Lava

We are acommunity of Christians whowelcome diversityin theology andworld view.

Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com

April 5, 2015 7:30a.m. Mass NewChurch 9:00 a.m. Mass Historic Church

The Rev. Jed Holdorph II, Rector

10:00 a.m. Mass New Church 12:30 p.m. Mass New Church (Spanish)

April 4n 8:00pm Easter Vigil 8 Holy Eucharist

FOUNDRYCHURCH (FORMERLV FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend"

60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Trevor Waybright

(Bilingual)

No 4:30 p.m. Mass on Easter Monday - Friday 7:00 AM 8 12:15 PM

Tuesday (Family Holy Hour)

For Kidztown, Middle School and

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Potluck Suppers, Centering Prayer, Outreach, Music, Book Discussions, "Spirit"ed Conversations, Justice and Eco-Justice Activities, Women's Group and more....

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM

High School activities Call 541-382-3862

www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 3100 SWHighland Ave.,•Redmond

541-548-4161• hbcredmond.org Lead Pastor Dr. Barry Campbell Saturday April 4 11 A.M. to 2 PM. Easter Services 7:00 P M. Sunday April 5: 8, 9:30 & 11 A.M. Family Night Wednesdays Jan. 7- March 18, 2015 5-5:45 PM. Dinner 6.7:30 PM. Small group studies forall ages Babies through adult Celebrate Recovery Tuesdays, 6:30 P M.

HOLV COMMUNION CHURCH

"In the Evangelical Catholic Tradition" Father Jim Radioff Father Mark Hebert SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE 9:00 am Traditional Music Service

5:00 pm Contemporary Blend Music Service Bend Senior Center 1600 SE Reed Market Road

ST. THOMAS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

www.trinitybend.org www.facebook.com/I'rinityBend m(nlstry@trinltybend.org 541-382-5542 469 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule: Holy Saturday April 4 Easter Vigil 8 pm Easter Sunday April 5

541 NE DeKalb Ave., Bend 541-389-8888

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

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIPI I:00am 541 NE Dekalb

5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

NKW HOPK EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service — 11:00 am

Wednesdays Morning Study: 10-11:30 am Evening Study: 7-8:30 pm at the Church Office 587 NE Greenwood - Bend (across from Croutons) EASTER MASS

April 5 Services at the Bend Senior Center Easter Vigil at 7:00pm Easter Sunrise Service at 7:30am Easter Resurrection Mass at 9:00am

InfoCaholycommunlonbend.org (541) 408-9021 • •

Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers

April 4 and 5, 2015 at Westside ChurchWEST CAMPUS

Continental Breakfast 7:00am - 8:30am in the Fellowship Hall WORSHIP SERVICES Mark 16:1-8

Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, and Ozzy Osbome 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Omce: 541-536-3571

REAL LIFK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

HOLV RKDEEMER ROMAN CATHOLIC,

LA PINK 16137 Burgess Rd

10:00 am Contemporary Worship Service

Associate Pastors Mike Sweeney F Jeff Olson "Loving people one at a time."

Thurs. Mass 9;30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 8:00 pm Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9:15 am

www.real-lifecc.org

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

Pastor Jerry Kaping will share an Easter message titled "Lost and Found" at 9:00 and 11:00am on Sunday at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

April 4 F 5, 2015 at Westside ChurchONLINE CAMPUS

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided.

Near Chwlstmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3;15 pm

Join us at our online campus where Pastor Steve Mickel will share an Easter message titled "Lost and Found" at 6:30pm on Saturday and 9 and I iam on Sunday at www.westsidelive.org.

April 5, 2015 Westside Church — ONTHE

HOLY FAMILV ROMAN CATHOLIC,

RADIO

Reading Room: 1563 NW First St.

Pastor Corey Parnell will share the message "The Lord's Supper: Simple and Sacred"

Mon. through Friz 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon-2 pm

on the Heirbome radio show at 8;30am Sunday morning on KBND — AM 1110

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Maih P.O. Box 428, Bend OR 97709

www.uufco.org (541) 385-3908 All Peoples United Church of Christ ALL PKOPLKS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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

What does progressive Christianity Iook like? Expect worship free of dogma,

full of compassion for all and love of community near and far.

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

Following Christ means all of the above without checking in your brain at the door.

WEDNESDAY

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study THURSDAY 10:00 am 50+ Bible Study

All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month.

WEEKLY

Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

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Find us in The Juniper Room at Redmond's St. Charles Hospital 1253 NW Canal Blvd.

Use the Kingwood entrance.

CHRISTIAN LIFK CKNTKR 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

Worship with us next at 11 a.m.

8:45 AM 8 10:45 AM

Easter Sunday, April 5th or come early at

WednesdayMid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 PM Nursery Care Provided for All Services Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur www.clcbend.com

10 a.m. for

Bible Bookworms — adult study/discussion focusing on Convictions by Marcus Borg.

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COMM U N ITY PRESBVTERIAN CHURCH

Phone: 541-325-6773

11:00 am Traditional Worship

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382-6862

Fellowship following both services

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

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org Worship in the Heart of Redmond

April 5th, 2015 at Westside ChurchSISTERS CAMPUS

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St.• 541-382-6100

61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend 97702

Email: allpeoplesucc@gmail.com

Men's Bible Study Wednesday 8;00 a.m.

541-312-8844

HOLV TRINITY ROMAN CATHOLIC, SUNRIVKR 18143 Cottonwood Rd.

Meeting place:

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

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH KLCA

Senior Pastor - Mike Yunker-

also will enjoy an Easter goodie bag.)

www.lutheransonline.com/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission

April 5, 2015 at Westside Church-

Pastor Gary Burton will share an Easter message titled "Lost and Found" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE 3rd Street, Bend.

(Full children's ministry) Sunday Night Church 630 pm For information, please call ...

Rev. Dave Beckett Sermon: "Desert Seeds of New Life" Scripture: Matthew 28:1-10 9:00AM Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am service 11:00am - Traditional Service Childcare provided 'During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship

possible help with car-pooling:

Women's Bible Studies: Tuesday 930 a.m. 8 10:00 a.m.

Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! At the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th

Sunday Services 8 am (No child care)

Everyone is Welcome!

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

Easter Vigil Saturday 7:00pm Easter Services 8:00a.m., 9:30a.m. and 11:00a.m.

SOUTH CAMPUS

541-548-3066

hunting for canned food which will then be donated to local food banks. (The children

On April 19th, we meet again,

Pastor Steve Mickel will share an Easter message titled "Lost and Found" at 6:30pm on Saturday and at 8, 9 and 11:00am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

8:30am 8 10:30am - Worship Center 10:30am - Historic Chapel

Tuesday, Wednesday F Friday Mass 9:00 am Saturday Easter Vigil - 8:00pm Sunday Mass - 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays -3:00-4:00pm

Join us this weekend for Easter services and the annual 10,000 Easter Egg Hunt. Visit EasterForEveryone.com for more information and service times or call 541-382-7504.

6:00am Tom's Pond on Williams Road, Powell Butte

680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672

529 NW 19th Street (3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

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

Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor

www.powellbuttechurch.com

MISSION (LCMS) Themission of iheChurch isio forgive sins ihrough the Gospelandthereby grant eternal life.

11 am Dnnne Service

Sunday School for all ages Kidmo • Junior Church

HOLV RKDKEMKR ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISH

Unless otherwise noted, all services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street

egg hunt will have a new twist: we will be

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WKSTSIDK CHURCH

Sunday School Jewish Community School of Central Oregon 21555 Modoc Lane Sunday, April 12 F 26- 10:00am

10 am Sunday School

Sermon: God's plans are bigger OFFICE CLOSED EASTER MONDAY www.hol communionbend.or Contact us

Every Monday 12:-00-1:00 pmWeekly Torah Study Call for information 8 location

relationships with our greater community.

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend)

(St, John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession

CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF RKDMOND

POWKLL BUTTK CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUNRISE WORSHIP SERVICE

FIRST UNITED MKTHODIST CHURCH

BKND CHURCH OF THK NAZARKNK 1270 NE 27 St.• 541-382-5496

Friday, April 24 — 7:00 pmErev Shabbat Service & Yom HaAtzma'ut

season of renewal we can renew and foster

After the service our traditional Easter

Sunday Moming Worship

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

BIBLE STUDY

Saturday, April 18- 9:00 amMunch & Torah Study Saturday, April 18 - 10:30 amTorah Services

CONCORDIA LUTHKRAN

www.redmondchristian.org SundayWorship9:00 am 8 10:45 am

541-410-5337

Children Welcome www.livingtorahfellowship.com

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Dave Beckett firstchurchCabendumc.org

541-388-8826

Major's Robert & Miriam Keene

536 SW 10th, Redmond 541-548-2974

OF CKNTRAL OREGON

Wednesday, April 15 - Screening of the movie, A Secret; followed by Discussion and Yom HaShoah MemorialCeremony at COCC Wille Hall 5:30p.m.

For the complete schedule of Services 8 Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

THE SALVATION ARMV

Masses: 8 and 10 in English Noon Misa en Espanol

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: Services, religious education for children 8 adults, Hebrew school, Torah study, social action projects and social activities

Rabbi Johanna Hershenson Services Friday, April 10 at 6:00 pmKabbalat Shabbat dinner 8 service At a private home; call for information

Youth Events: www.facebook.com/BendYouthCollective Family Kitchen Prep Squad Wednesdays 2-4pm

Monday-Friday after 7:00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM

Sermon Title: "...and Peter" from Mark 16:1-8

April 5w8:00am 8 10:15am Easter Day Holy Eucharist Nursery available during services

Exposition 8 Benediction

SundaySchool classes are at9:00 am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am

UNITARIAN UNIVKRSALISTS

Est. 1994

A Warm and Welcoming Community Serving We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested "Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" Central Oregon for 25 years. in leaming the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at: We are a Welcoming Congregation We Welcome Newcomers, Interfaith Families and Jews by Choice Bear Creek Center Involvement Encouraged 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Sunday, April 5 at 10:30am For information, call 541-385-6421 Bend, OR. 97701 Please Visit: www.jccobend.com Our Shabbat Services are on "The Inconvenience of Easter" Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include: Rev. Antonia Won Rabbi Jay ShupackBend's First Resident Rabbi Unitarian Universalists have been • Davidic dance and worship Rebbitzin - Judy Shupack • Children's ministry and nursery uncomfortable with the Christian teaching • Hebrew classes Services: • Home groups of Jesus' resurrection, preferring to focus Torah Study Every Saturday Moming at • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit 10 AM unless othenvise noted Easter celebrations on the arrival of spring. Hadashah (New Testament) Saturday March 21st —10AM • Biblical Feasts Are we missing anything in avoiding or • Lifecycle Events Zion Lemas Bar Mitzvah • End-times prophecy Thursday April 9th — 7PM omitting the Christian emphasis, or is this a Taize at Shalom Bayit Visit us on the web at good move? Saturday April 11th www.houseofcovenant.org Community Passover Seder at or contact us at 541-385-5439 Shalom Bayit. Doors Open 3:30PM Religious Exploration Sunday April 12th —10AM LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP Community School at Shalom Bayit At La Roca Church This week in Religious Exploration we 1155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 pm All Services held at our Dedicated will have our monthly ingathering — our Worship/Dance - StudySynagogue Building Children's Worship time. This month we Food/Fellowship 21555 Modoc Lane (Comer of Ward and Hebrew Roots Fellowship Modoc in Bend) unless otherwise noted. will talk about Easter and how during this worshrpprng rn Sprnt and Truth TKMPLK BKTH TIEVAH

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery Wednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group

EASTER MASSES

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Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 & 11:00 am Sunday school for all ages at 10:00 am Children's Room available during services Easter Sunday Brunch 8 Children's Egg hunt 10 A.M. 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, snacks and fellowship after each service

Youth Group: 10:30am Sunday for Middle and High School Youth Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org FIRST PRKSBVTKRIAN BEND 230 NE Ninth, Bend

(Across Ninth St. from Bend High) Embodying Spacious Christianity Easter Letting Go Of Fear Pastors Steven Koski 8 Jenny Warner Sunday, April 5 6:30am sunrise service 9:00am with the Praise Team 10:45am with the Chancel Choir 5;01pm contemplative service 6:30am families worship together Nursery care provided for 9:00am, 10:45am 8 5:Oipm

Sunday School offered for

1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.com

For details and

Web site: www.allpeoples-ucc.org

CHURCH & SYNMOGUE DIRECTORV LISTING Effective MayI, 2013 4 Saturdays and TMC: $115 5 Saturdays and TMC: $138 The Bulletin: Every Saturday on the church page.

9:00am and 10:45am

$23

Documentary Movie Night Tuesday, April 7, 6:30-8:00pm "Disruption": investigates climate change, scienceand skepticsand shows the organizing efforts for the "largest climate rally in the history of the planet".

Copy Changes: by 5 PM Tuesday

Millennials Meet-Up Thursday, April 9, 7:00pm Crux — 50 SW Division Street

CO Marketplace: The First Tuesday of

College-ish to 30-somethings welcome.

each month. $23

Apps are on First Presbyterian, beverages on your own. RSVP to Morgan Schmidt at

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Darkness To Light Training M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Sunday, May 3, I:00-3:00pm Provided by the Kids Center Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm Nationally known abuse prevention program 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

same time and place.

based on solid, documented statistics. $20/ person or $20/couple with shared materials. Register with Janet Pearson at jpearson@ bendfp.org. 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend, 541.382.4401

www.bendfp.org and http://www.facebook.com/bendfp Youth Events: http://www.facebook.com/ bendyouthcollective

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541-383-0396 plynch@bendbulletirncom


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Eggs Continued from 01 Sometimes it's the texture

of the eggs that makes a difference in absorbing the color. The original hue of the eggshell itself will affect the result. (Mix a brown egg with red cabbage leaves and it won't be the same color as when the eggshell is white.) Maybe it's the freshness of

the eggs. Or how long the egg is submerged in the dye. Then again, your fingers may have oils on them that affect the shells as you handle them.

It could be something in those particular leaves, berries or spices that makes a

chain reaction with a particular egg. All we know for certain is that the outcome

will be unpredictable. No two eggs will look alike. That alone makes this a culinary adventure to enjoy. Let's get t o

t h e b a sics.

There aretwo methods of dyeing eggs naturally. In the first, you prepare the dyeas many colors as you likethen cool it down before gently submerging hard-cooked eggs into the liquid. You'll want to keep the eggs in

Colorguidefor natural dyefor eggs Pink/red:fresh beets, pickled beet juice, cranberries, frozen raspberries, red wine, red onion skins. Tan:yellow onions skins, green tea. Deep yellow:ground turmeric, curry powder, ground cumin. Orange:paprika, chili powder. Purple:hibiscus tea leaves(as in RedZinger tea from Celestial Seasonings), cranberry juice. Gray:blackberries. Brown:coffee, black tea.

Naturalfooddyefor eggs Makes 4 to 6 cups. Note: For adeeper hue,add more of the coloring agent and keep the eggs in the dyelonger, even overnight in the refrigerator. • 2 to 3 TBS spices or 4 C ormore chopped fruit or vegetable • 4 to 6 C water • 2 TBS white vinegar (per 4 C to 6 C water) Directions Combine spices or chopped producewith 4 to 6 cups water and the vinegar. Bring to a boil, then simmer for15 to 30 minutes. Eggs can be colored (and/or cooked) in the dye while it is being prepared (makesurethe water covers the eggsentirely and simmer them for 15 to 30 minutes), or soak hard-cooked eggs in the dye after it is madeand strained.

(or fruits — mashed bluecooking time. berries or raspberries work The general rule for a well). Spices offer very indeeper color is to keep the tense colors — turmeric, curegg in the dye longer. But ry powder, chili powder and once again that's a very ge- paprikaamong them. So do there at least 30 minutes and neric rule because eggs will other liquids, from coffee and you caneven leave them in defy your logic and refuse to black tea to tea made from hiovernight for more depth of darken for no other reason biscus leaves (Red Zinger tea color (though do so in the re- than just because. from Celestial Seasonings is frigerator). This is called the Although I tend to add the one form of these). "cold method" of dyeing eggs scraps ofproduce lingering I've also plunged eggs into because both the eggs and on the bottom of my crisp- blueberry pie filling (which dye areatroom temperature er drawer to the liquid, the leaves terrific markings on or colder. truth of natural food dyes is the eggs), and wrapped eggs In some ways, the second that you need a lot — really a in rubber bands before addmethod seems easier and lot — of them to make a dif- ing them to the dye, to create less messy, at least in my ference in the coloring. That markings on the shell. This is humble dye-stained opin- would be 4 cups of skins or an art project, after all. i on. With t h is , t h e m a i n chopped vegetables to 4 to 6 If you want to make the ingredient of the dye, be it cups of water. Creating a dye finished colored eggs shiny, cabbage leaves or chopped will usually involve a fresh dry them off and rub them red beets or onion skins, is head of red cabbage or a new with some vegetable oil. simmered in water along bag of many yellow onions to No matter how you dye with uncooked eggs that, of supply the leaves and skins eggs, the aftermath will alcourse, cook while the dye is to color the liquid. ways be messy. That's the being heated, hence the "hot Part of the fun of creating only predictable thing about method." This often results these food dyes are the many this enterprise. Well, that in a darker color and, in all unexpected possibilities for and the fact that the egg is in likelihood, eggs that will be color. It's not just vegetables charge. too tough to eat from all that

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Pa in attention on Lll OSB By Richard Aea Chicago Tribune

Your head is spinning after another hectic day. You feel stressed,confused, pulled in different directions. You are

not living in, much less enjoying, the here and now. What's missing is mindfulness, the practice of remaining in, and accepting, the present moment — which is the

only reality you have, when it comes down to it. In being everywhere but now, you may be sacrificing your health, well-being, rela-

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chologist and mindfulness in- to "relax into that discomfort," structor based in Wheaton, Il- which can reduce it. Even if it Researchers "are confirmlinois. Here are tips from Fran- doesn't go away, you are training the benefits that (mindful- cis and Santee on learning to ing yourself to remain calm ness) practitioners have advo- master mindfulness: and less reactive in the prescated for many years," says Start with baby steps. Find a ence of it. Charles Francis, co-founder quiet place, and get into a comThe mind will seem to have and director of the Mindfulfortable sitting position, San- a mind of it s o wn , Santee ness Meditation Institute in tee says. Practice focusing on says. You may find yourself Raleigh, North Carolina, and your breath, and the present thinking about any number author of "Mindfulness Med- moment, for 10 to 15 minutes at of things, some of which are itation Made Simple" (Para- first, then gradually increase important to you, and some digm Press). Research also the time. A s y o u p r actice, that are not. All thoughts are shows that the practice helps take note when your attention considered to be of equal valpeople improve their men- wanders off. Don't become ue, but by declining to get intal abilities, such as abstract angry or impatient; it's com- v olved with them, you w i l l thinking, memory and cre- mon, especially in the begin- develop an internal underativity. And it extends to rela- ning. Just be aware of when standing that you are "more tionships, improving leader- that happens, Santee says, than those thoughts," he says, ship and social skills. and gently but firmly redirect allowing you to separate nonPerhaps most important, your attention back to your fiction from fiction. it simply helps you enjoy life breath. Sensations, impulses Practice mindful walking. with all the good, bad and ugly and thoughts played out in the Walk more slowly than usuthat come with it. M i ndfulmind may draw your attention al, making it a smooth and ness carries with it an accep- away from your breathing. By continuous movement, while tance of the present moment, bringing your attention back to being conscious of every step. which allows you to bask in it, you are training your mind This can have a huge calming the sound of a bird call, the to be less reactive and increas- effect because it forces your squeals of your children play- ing your ability to concentrate. mind to slow down along with ing in the backyard, the aroma Accept discomfort. It's also the rest of your body. of a good cup of coffee, the common to have some bodily Structure your mindfulness pleasure in a great idea that discomfort, Santee says, but practice to fit your lifestyle. comes from being calm and resist the first impulse to shift You're not a monk living in a contemplative. your position. Instead, accept monastery. You need to find "Mindfulness really means the discomfortas partofyour the best time for practice withpaying attention on purpose," experience at that moment. in the normal flow of your day, explains Jeffrey Santee, a psy- You may find that it's possible Francis says. clearly and the beauty of life itself, research has found.

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Essex Continued from 01

"By the time they realize it's about to hit them, it's too late to turn or do anything."

Whale oil is energy,

The whale rammed the ship, then crossed back in

big money

front of it and again hit the

"People don't realize it, but Essex in the same spot. "It's happened since, but whale oil is the energy industry of the 1820s. Whale oil is this was the first time that what lights the lamps and lu- a sperm w hale a ctually bricates the machinery of the rammed a ship, seemingly industrial revolution," Howard said. "Whale oil is ener-

gy. Whale oil is big money." Because of the high demand, the search took whalers fartherand farther out to

sea. "The

i ntentionally, and sank

i t ,"

Howard said. His dive into the available l iterature

Journeyofthewhale hoats Route crewtooktrying to reachSouth Americaafter the sinking of the Essex.

Essex sunk Nov. 20, 1820

Equator

/

E ssex

"

survivors.

Whale-Ship Essex," soon af-

sea to find whales."

ter being rescued.

The Essex sailed toward the equator, to a newly dis-

"The Essex left Nantucket in August 1819, ll days after

coveredwhale fishery called the offshore grounds.

Herman Melville was born. So this story happened between the years that Melville

• r•,

•n

OCEAN

suspect that a whale might ever harm their ship. That

knew it." Melville

has never happened, but this whale just keeps coming and coming," Howard said.

whaling ship in the early 1840s, where he met, at sea,

a 16-year-old sailor named

St.Marys Island Cape Horn~i

Source: Lawrence Howard of Portland Story Theater

Greg Cross I The Bulletin

William Henry Chase, son of N ickerson, w ho'd b ee n a Owen Chase, who had a copy 14-year-old cabin boy on the of his father's book with him. Essex. "And he didn't write "It was published, but ... it

down his story about what

was hard to get a hold of (and) had happened until he was in he lent a copy of his father's his 70s. And then it was lost

mind right after he read the a

•a• •

Pollard

the astronauts of this time. was 1 and 2 years old, and They boldly went where no- he grew up with it. The story book t o H e r ma n M e l v ille body else had gone," he said. was just in the air," Howard overnight. Melville stayed up That's where the Essex was said. "Everyone in New En- all night long reading it, and hunting when it was rammed gland knew it. Everyone who that is what set his imaginaby a sperm whale. was even remotelyconnected tion on fire, and ... the story "They have no reason to with the whaling industry started taking shape in his s e r ve d on

ChaSe PA CIFI C

mate on th e E ssex, wrote his account, "Narrative of the Most Extraordinary and

go further and further out to

"The whalers were sort of

Masafuera Island da trarqia

'Island

•a•

Owen Chase, who was first

records." Chase's book may have been "a little self-serving. There are a few things that

for a n other

al," said Howard. "When my friend sent me that 'Into the Deep' DVD, I wa s recover-

ing from cancer surgery and radiation." "Head and neck radiation

...produces some sideeffects

c ame to l i gh t i n T h o m as that are unique. One of those Nickerson's book that's like, is that radiation to the head

Human survival

Distressing Shipwreck of the

America

years after the events that it

'Oh, right. That's probably ... how that happened," Howard sard.

' -- - " , - . . .

piiaairn Islan ds

p o or. Accounts of the Essex

whaling i s Whales are getting scarcer because we'd been overfishing the whales. We'd been over harvesting them, and the voyages were having to

"8 uth

French Polynesia • Tahiti '. Henderson : Ducie Island — nnd.'Island

i n c l uded re a d -

ing books by tw o

Galapag Islands

Marquesas !

lished," Howard said. "It was published in 1984, 164

D5

Asked why he's drawn to

and neck kills your saliva glands. I was terribly thirsty," he said. As he read of the men sailing through the tropics on rations of one cup of f resh

water a day, he could relate. "I think in many, many ways, "They're tormented by thirst. life has become very easy for And as I'm reading this story, adventure tales, Howard said, us — maybe not emotionally,

I too am tormented by thirst."

but physically. And I think that many of us, if not all of

His appetite also took a hit.

us, wonder 'If I were tested in

gery, I weighed 240 pounds.

that way, if I were put into a life-or-death situation, what

NowIweigh 160. I lost athird

resources of strength would I find within myself? What am I made of? What could I endure'? What could I suffer? Would I find that will to live'?' I think t h at's an elemental human question."

"When I went in for sur-

of my body weight. I was very weak and very debilitated," Howard said. "Of course the men in the boats are living on

6 ounces of bread a day, and then 3 ounces, and eventu-

ally they become so hungry that as they began to die,

As it turns out, Howard has they're reduced to eating hu-

1 0 0-and-some some insight into that ques-

man remains of their former

tion that goes beyond his re- shipmates." "The search of others travails. His Howard, of course, never Loss of the Ship 'Essex' Sunk battle with cancer two years faced such dire circumstancby a Whale andthe Ordeal ago made the Essex crew's es, but he did feel that he "had of the Crew in Open Boats," trials hit closer to home than to look deeper...to an emoyears," Howard said. Nickerson's book,

surfaced in 1960, "and even

t hey might h av e a t o t h er tional plane to find the will to

actual book that Owen Chase then it took another 20 years times in his life. "It's a story about hunger had written." before it fell into the hands The other book was writ- of someone who recognized and thirst, right? That's kind ten years later by Thomas what it was, and got it pub- of the theme of the surviv-

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the men who toppled his men- villain lurking in the wings," tor, Cardinal Wolsey (Jona- required a masterful actor, than Pryce). Peter Kosminsky Callender said. was the director. That unquestionably is "At one p o int C r omwell Rylance, a three-time Tony says, 'I need guilty men. They Award winner who's decided may not be guilty of the things to take on more screen work. charged, but they're guilty That includes "The Gunman" nonetheless,'" Callender said, with Sean Penn, and Steven reciting the lines with gusto. Spielberg's in- p roduction "Homeland" fans may be movie "The BFG," in which drawn in by the prospect of Rylance plays a kindly giant seeing Lewis' energetic and with that moniker. mercurial Henry, one far reAs Cromwell, his face is a

"Wolf Hall" 10 p.m. Sundays, OPB By Lynn Elber The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Sure,

"Downton Abbey" is easy to love with its romance, high fashion and Ye Olde McMansion. But P BS's "Wolf

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tive strength, courtesy of a 16th-century powerbro-

moved from th e t r aditional

study in caution and wariness,

image of a stolid, bulky ruler

ker who would be at ease in

his body language protectively neutral. The actor said that playing Cromwell gave him a Lewis hesitated in taking chance to work in the Spencer the part that he himself de- Tracy mode, one he described scribes as a supporting role, as requiring he be "more with Henry seen only when he present, more contained, less

"House of Cards" and the The Associated Press as depicted in Hans Holbein's d ashing English king h e Mark Rylance stars as Thomas Cromwell in the PBS miniseries portrait. "Wolf Hall," debuting Sunday.

serves.

Drawn from Hilary Mantel's pair of award-winning historical novels that follow

Thomas Cromwell as he maneuvers his way through the court of King Henry VIII, "Wolf Hall" stars acclaimed

stairs" saga drew new viewers tive producer of "Wolf Hall," to "Masterpiece" but also may which garnered a big auhave created expectations of a

never-ending stream of similar fare.

British stage actor Mark Rylance as Cromwell and Da-

How will viewers respond?

While Eaton acknowledgmian Lewis ("Homeland") as es that "Wolf Hall" is more Henry. somber in tone and look than The six-part drama, de- eye-candy "Downton," she buting at 10 p.m. Sunday contends that's not necessarily and co-starring Claire Foy a drawback. "Masterpiece" is an antholas Anne Boleyn, is a worthy "Masterpiece" sibling to ogy series "and that is part "Downton Abbey" and the se-

of the beauty of what we do,"

ries' canon, said Rebecca Ea- she said. "You could also arton, executive producer of the gue there is an audience that long-running series. will come to it because it isn't Recent word that r atings 'Downton Abbey'. the Hilary sensation "Downton" will con- Mantel people or the Netflix clude next year magnifies the 'House of Cards' people who importance of "Wolf Hall" and want something with more other successors. The 20th grit, something darker." century

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eran oarsmen he saw at work during a Colorado River trip he took last fall, using the few-

est number of strokes to make steady progress. "A little pull here, a little pull

there. Then the current takes his boat that way. They never

tip over or flail. They just use the nature of what's there,"

said the engagingly low-key, soft-spoken actor. The 55-year-old Rylance translated their approach to

his world. "Use what the other actors are giving you. Don't be tempted by this pressure (that) you have to do it all yourself," he said. "Just be present and full

of curiosity."

TV TODAY • More TV listingsinside Sports 8p.m.on5,8,"Law50rder: SpecialVictims Unit" —A visit to New York byAtlanta's deputy chief (returning guest star Harry Hamlin) and one of his detectives (guest star DreamaWalker) takes a very unexpected turn in "Forgiving Rollins." The detective initially claims she's beensexually assaulted, but offers a different account when Benson (Mariska Hargitay) arrives. It's up to Rollins (Kelli Giddish) to clarify the case. 8 p.m.on HALL,"Good Witch" — As Middleton braces itself for an approaching blizzard, Cassie and Grace (Catherine Bell, Bailee Madison) both sense that bad weather isn't the worst thing in the offing. As tensions next door escalat eonceagain between Sam (James Denton) and his headstrong son, Nick (Rhys Matthew Bond), Cassie begins to intuit that the pregnancy of a visitor (guest star Alex Paxton-Beesley) to Grey House may beexperiencing some complications. 9 p.m. on 2, 9, "ln an Instant" — Those who remember the 1985 movie "Witness" will recall Harrison Ford using a silo and its contents to outwit some of the bad guys. A similar situation is all too real for an imperiled man in the newepisode"In an Instant: Buried Alive," as he's trapped under several feet of corn when a shelf breaks at his family's lowa farm. With his father otherwise occupied, he onlycanhopehe'llbefound and rescued before he suffocates. 9 p.m. on 5, 8, "The Blacklist" — What might turn peaceful people into killers? And could it involve Pee-wee Herman?

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Dear Abby:I read the letter (Jan. but we have also had 56 wonderful 19) from the young woman who is years of marriage. Age really IS just concerned about dating someone anumber! — Janet in Indiana significantly older. In 1958, when I was 17, I met a man who was 34. He Dear Janet:In many cases that's was handsome, easygoing, quiet, true. In others, couples with such and I fell in love. He was a widower a large disparity in age have been with two children — a known to grow apart 13-year-old girl and a instead of on a paral9-year-old boy. They lel path. Because you DFP,R and your husband's ABBY His mom was not relationship turned at all happy about our out to be a soul match, relationship, nor were you are not only his sisters, my parents and his kids. lucky to have found each other, but We wanted to get married, but my also blessed to have enjoyed such a parents refused to sign. I felt like the long marriage. My congratulations whole world was against us. But I to you both as you celebrate your loved him dearly. 56th anniversary today! In March 1959, I turned 18. We Dear Abby: I recently walked were married on April 4 against ev- in on one of my boys' l2-year-old

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eryone's wishes. We had four more

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Dear Burning:Have a talk with the boy. Explain that the language in the video is not permitted in your

home,and you preferhe notwatch it while he is there. If he agrees, do not take it any further. However, if it

happens again, talk to his parents, and limit the time your sons spend withhim.

Dear Abby:I sold women's shoes for 35 years. Men, when a lady asks if you like the shoe she's wearing, she doesn't care if you like the shoe! She wants

to know whether it looks good on her, makes her ankles look fat, etc. It's like if a man buys new floor mats

for his car or truck. He buys them to make his vehide lookbetter, not just

children. My dad did not set foot in that were extremely foul-mouthed Wise up and think. If you do, my home until my first child was and even raunchy (he had separated shopping with your lady will make born.

himself from the other boys while

My mother-in-law finally told me viewing them). His parents are unshe loved me and knew I was good der the misconception that they for her son on our 10th anniversa-

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Dear David:I love your analogy. Of course, you are correct — and it

ry. All our children are close, and

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Call 541-306-9646 country kitc h en, A Great opportunity to place, gour m et Pam Lester, Principal double attached gapurchase this 3 bdrm kitchen, shop/hobby, Broker, Century 21 rage. Beautiful land1 bath frame home in 1200 sq.ft. accessible Gold Country Realty, 0 scaping. $ 2 34,900. Gilchrist. Clean and guest quarters, inter- Inc. 541-504-1338 MLS 2014 0 8279 partially f u r nished, com, call light, motorNancy Popp, PrinciMORRIS ready for move in. ized chair lift, beauti- Call The Bulletin At p al B r oker 54 1 One of the few homes f ul mtn v iew s . REAL ESTATE 541-385-5809 815-8000. C r ooked with a carport in the $1,100,000. Place Your Ad Or E-Mail River Realty rear of the home and Colleen Dillingham, also has a single car Broker 541-788-9991 At: www.bendbulletin.com Cascade Mtn V iews this almost new Custom home minutes garage. Don't waste a John L. 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• 2743 SF, .21 acre • 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • Two expansive private decks • 3 living areas, formal dining room • Hardwood flooring, wood doors & trim • Fenced, landscaped, hot tub • 3-car garage Silvia Knight, Brokeri 541-788-4861 www.silviaknight.com bendluxuryhomes@gmail.com

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• High quality 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 3222 SF home • Panoramic ocean view • Home on elevated site • Designed for easy living & entertaining • Spectacular master bedroom • Move in ready - Bring your friends and family! MLS¹201502564

• 11.48 private acres • Vineyard & orchard • 550 acre wildlife preserve, hiking trails • Equestrian trails, fishing • World class old winery clubhouse • Stunning views of Smith Rock & Cascades MLS¹201400914

Pam Mayo-Phillips, or Brook Havens, Principal Brokers 541-923-1376 i www.desertvalleygroup.com

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

Silvia Knight, Broker i 541-788-4861 Jordan Grandlund, Principal Broker i 541-420-1559

Listed & Hosted by Sandy Kohlmoos, Broker, CRS 541-408-4309 www.bestbendhomes.com i

• 2565 SF, .27 acre • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath • ADA compliant main level • Predominantly single level home • 3-car garage • Large private lot with flat driveway • Open, bright quality home • Near neighborhood park and bike path MLS¹201501292 Silvia Knight, Brokeri 541-788-4861

• 60 acres - productive • 56 acres irrigation • Custom home 3337 SF, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath • Vaulted ceilings, bonus & great rooms • 2 hay/livestock barns: 110x80 & 44x84 • Mt. Jefferson & Hood views MLS¹201410523

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• 2060 SF, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Stunning remodel • Open great room, master suite on main • 2 large bedrooms, loft & huge storage up • .17 acre lot, great outdoor living & yard MLS¹201410790

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• Live in Pronghorn! • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3306 SF • Custom single level; amazing landscaping • Views of Jack Nicklaus Course's 10th fairway • Sunken wet bar;2 en suite guestrooms MLS¹201400401 eb Tebbs, Owner/CEO/Brokeri 541-419-4553 debtebbsgroup©bendlu xuryhomes.com www.debtebbsgroup.com

• 6 bedroom, 4 bath, 4585 SF • Main level master • Granite counters, 2 ovens, SS appliances • Vaulted ceilings with wood beams • 1.08 acres, 3-car garage, & multiple decks • Cascade mountain views!! MLS¹201410962 Jordan Grandlund, Principal Brokeri 541-420-1559 JordanGrandlundOgmail.com

• Deschutes River view • Expansive great room • Gourmet kitchen & generousmastersuite • Family room, executive office, & bar •4 bedrooms, 5.5baths,8,247 SF,0.48 acre lot MLS¹201409875

Log Home in SW Bend ( $280,000 • Nestled in the trees

• .96 of an acre lot • Large bonus room • Open floor plan • Large deck with hot tub • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1758 SF MLS¹201502524

Ken Renner, Principal Broker i 541-280-5352

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• Build your dream on this 1.52 acre west sidehome site with mature landscape & impressive Cascade views • Generous oversized lot offers privacy and flexibility • Situated in a cul-de-sac location with expansive views • Close proximity to river trail, neighborhood park & downtown

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Carmen . Coo, Broker l 541-480-6491

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Close to town Open floor plan Huge bonus room Custom built-ins throughout • Beautifully landscaped, private yard • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2212 SF MLS¹201502386 The Norma DuBoisand Julle Moe Team, Brokers

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• Summit Roor plan • 2938 SF • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath+ den • Main level living, master + den on main • Vaulted great room, golf course views • Move in ready! MLS¹20108581

Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086

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• Private backyard • 2082 SF • Full mountain range views from master bedroom • 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, large garage, great room • House looks new, owner's 2nd home • Directions: Newport to Mt. Washington, left on Nordic, right on Marken, left on Nordeen

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• Built by TimberlineConstruction of Bend • DesignedbyBrandonOlin •Thiscontemporaryhomefeature ss 3bedrooms,3 baths • Complete with abonusroom andden/off ice •Buil ttoEarthAdvantageaodEnergyStarstandards •Triple cargarage • Near clubhouse, trails anddowntownBend, call for additional details

• NW Contemporary design built by Madrone Construction LLC • Situated on an elevated homesite with mtn. views • Designed as a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath with main level master suite • Bonus room plus a triple car garage • Close proximity to clubhouse, trails and downtown Bend • Call for additional details and pricing

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• Improvements include: 1578 SF country home, office, 3720 SF shop/machine shed • Property is seven legal lots - additional building sites available • Productive a income producing farm-call for details MLS¹201300346

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Call Pam Mayo Phillips, Principal Brokerl 541-480-1513

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• 3954 SF, 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3-car garage • Master & additional bedroom or office on main • Great bonus space & fitness room • Offered at $999,000 Laura Blossey, Bro er l 949-887-4377 laura.blossey©sothebysrealty.com

NWX Single Story Home! ( $500,000

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3129 NW Colonial Drive ~ $675,000

• Beautiful great room • Lovely master suite • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1710 SF • Hardwood floors, extensive tiling • Corner fenced lot MLS¹201501438

• Beautiful 3107 SF custom Praine Stylehome on a .64acre lot • Mt. Hood, Jefferson, eastern mtn. & city views • Slab granite, hardwood floors & windows galore • Lovely wraparound cedar deck • Don't miss this incredible home!

Call Natalle Vandenborn, Brokerl 541-508-9581

Call Natalle Vandenborn, Brokerl 541-508-9581

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Mtn. Views - Custom LogHome in Bend J$685,000

Stunning Custom Log Home ( $890,000

• VIEWS a 2.27 acres • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2493 SF • Master on main with walk-in closets & more • Large upstairs loft family room with views! • Great kitchen, light & bright! • Office/Shop/3 car attached, convenient location

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• 4000 SFof luxury living! • Master on main, 3suites a 3.5 baths • Gourmet kitchen with large dining room • Add'I building with 1680 SF ofFice, studio and more!

• Large shop & 2-car garage • 4.7 easy careacres,gated & fenced

Jodl Satko, Brokerl 541-550-0819

Jodl Satko, Broker l 541-550-0819

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Hardwood, Rock views! Large 1151 Trail Creek Dr, late 1689 sq. ft. and 2 Like new! 3 bdrm,. 2y2 den, 2 baths, triple garage w/workshop area throughout. Garage is tile, carpet flooring, country home on 5+ Eagle Crest 2681 sq. bdrm, 2 bath home on shops. High Lakes b ath, 1975 sq . f t . r age + g a ted R V behind garage, dog tree-lined street. 1292 with ceiling c entral v ac , h e a t irrigated acres. 2772 ft., 3 bdrms, 2~/z baths, & P r o perty run and landscaped.. finished sq. ft. with 5 bdrms, office and formal dinSF, g a s FP / heat, custom home fea- parking, water feature, Realty storage rack and you pump, FP, f l oor-to 2 wells and an exte- have great views from -ceiling 2~/~ baths, 2-car de- ing. 3-car g arage. central air, p a ntry, tures cherry cabinetry central air , s t one/ Management win d ows, and floors, large pan- paver rear patio with 541-536-0117 r ior b u ilding t h a t the back deck. VA as- Cascade mtn views, tached garage and Great room plan. 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1280 Killdeer Ct., beau Lot 132 SW Sheltered Views of the Deschutes 360' M t n and Smith Hard-to-find 5-acre flat tifully situated .46 acre Pl. in CRR 1 acre with River - Lot 9 in the Rock views, paved buildable corner lot g olf course lo t i n w ater installed a n prestigious River Park road, 4.92 acres in located in Lake Park Eagle Crest. Level septic approved. Estates cap t ures Tetherow Crossing, Estates with mature with southerly expo $49,000. MLS stunning views of the septic fees approved. landscaping. M L S¹ s ure, close to P ro 201411027. Juniper D eschutes Riv e r , MLS ¹ 20 1 404802. 201406959 shop, sports center realty 541-504-5393 easterly desert views, $189,999. Call Pam $135,500. Call Pam and BLM. $139,900. Lot 22 Gray Squirrel Pilot Butte and the Lester, Principal Bro- Lester, Principal BroLynn Johns, Principal ascade Ran g e. ker, Century 21 Gold ker, Century 21 Gold Nicely treed C Broker, 541-408-2944 $14,000. $299,000 MLS: Country Realty, Inc. Country Realty, Inc. .6 acre near river. 541-504-1338 Central Oregon 201407188 Call Terry 541-504-1338 High Lakes Realty & Resort Realty Property M a nage- Skjersaa, 7965 SW River Rd. SeLot 18 SW Quail Rd. 541-383-1426. 15194 Ponderosa Loop ment 541-536-0117 Duke Warner Realty cluded & private 2.79 Amazing views from Level 1 .4 1 a c r es, acres, near the Des- this 5.15 acre rim lot. b uild or camp . Lot 67 SW Shad Rd. 541-382-8262 chutes River, canyon $70,000. Juniper Re$55,000. High Lakes great value for this wall views, borders alty 541-504-5393 Realty & Pr o perty 1 .04 acre l o t w i t h public land. $39,500. mountain views. Management Lot 20 SW Chipmunk Juniper Realty $29,900. MLS¹ 541-536-0117 Rd., level 5.14 acres, 541-504-5393 201408966 J u niper 16535 SW Chinook Dr. views of the Smith 173 Highland Meadow Realty 541-504-5393 9.76 AcresI $97,500 5.68 acre rim lot w/ Rock. $75,000. MLS Lp. Eagle Crest Re• 200 sq.ft. outbuilding Crooked River & mtn. 201406095 sort. 2 southeasterly • 29' Wilderness Trailer views $225 , 000. Find It in Juniper Realty Smith Rock views! .30 • Circular pen MLS 201106408. 541-504-5393 a cre lot b acks t o The Bulletin Classideds! • MLS 201407088 Juniper Realty common area, gently 541-385-5809 541-504-5393 Kirk Sandburg, Broker- Lot 4 S W B lue J ay sloped lot. $99,500 Road, CRR. S mith Lynn Johns, Princ, Madras Commercial 16685 SW Chinook Dr. R ock v i ews, 5 . 1 7 Broker, 541-408-2944, Lot I $27,000 acres borders public CRR. 6.9 acres with Wes Johns, Broker • 0.21 acres, vacant Crooked River al l land. $65,000. MLS 541-408-2945, Cencommercial lot 201407131 utilities inst a lled. tral Oregon Resort • High visibility MLS Juniper Realty $189,000 Realty • Perfect owner/user 541-504-5393 201008671. Juniper • MLS 201408839 5 2764 a n d 5277 8 Realty 541-504-5393 REAL ESTATE Corey Charon PE, Bridge. $42 5 ,000. BULLETINCLASSIFIEDS Broker Gorgeous 6.49 River2 0+ acres i n W e s t Search the area's most 541-280-5512 Powell Butte Estates, Attention Developers! comprehensive listing of f ront a c res. H i g h Lakes Realty & Propgated co m munity, 16+ acres zoned R4. classified advertising... mtn. views, private There have been 4 real estate to automotive, erty Man agement 541-536-0117 well, paved roads with land use approvals in merchandise to sporting access t o BLM . the last 10 years. One goods. Bulletin Classifieds 8.54 acres, with well, $169,000 MLS for subdivided + 2 for appear every day in the MORRIS cleared sites. $59,900 201305077. apartment complexes. REAL ESTATE print or on line. 15002 Robert Rd, La 201 4 06943 Pam Lester, Principal MLS¹ Pine. High Lakes ReI&~ yly~ ~ ~ d Call 541-385-5809 Broker Century 21 $1,200,000 Pam alty & Property Man- Nice Lot with numerous Gold Country Realty, Lester, Principal Bro- www.bendbuUetin.com agement o ptions. Set up f o r Inc. 541-504-1338 ker, Century 21 Gold The Bulletin 541-536-0117 Country Realty, Inc. Serving CentralOregonsince lggy several RV campers, 914 Highland View 541-504-1338 to camp at once. Sep- 20.44 Acres - If you Loop Eagle C rest, tic and electric hook- want privacy and your Prineville I $74,900 • 2.04 acres Cascade Mtn views, ups for 5 sites. Nicely own get-away retreat, FIND IT! I ggg )T • Cascade Mountain back to BLM, large treed, nice neighbor- t his property is i t . views .44 acre lot with pan- hood. $92,500 MLS Breathtaking views of SELL IT! oramic Bring y our 201501402 the Cascade Moun- The Bulletin Classifieds • Crooked River views • MLS 2704850 builder $134,900. Call Candy Yow, tains. Electricity is on JJ Jones, Broker Lynn Johns, Principal 541-410-3193 property. $144,000. Bad Lands Wilderness Out your back door. 541-788-3678 Broker, 541-408-2944 Duke Warner Realty MLS¹201309974 Wes Johns, Broker 541 541-382-8262 20 acre homesite with Call Karolyn Dubois, 408-2945 Central OrCUP and mountain 541-390-7863 Nicely Treed One Acre Duke Warner Realty egon Resort Realty views. $18 0 ,000. Lot - on q uiet culPossible terms. MLS 541-382-8262 B uild Y ou r Dr e a m de-sac in Split Rail 201304808 MORRIS Home Here - Large Rancho subdivision 20 Acres - 2 Tax LotsCall Kit Korish, REAL ESTATE corner lot in NWX. Lot just SE of La Pine. Two 10+ acre lots 541-480-2335 l &n & ny~ n~ n sale includes ARC Rural area features with irrigation rights. Duke Warner Realty approved plans for a 3 many recreational op- Smallhome and shop 541-382-8262 PrineviUe Acreage I bdrm, 2.5 bath home, portunities. Property on one. Large pond c omplete with d e n needs septic feasibil- and g r ea t vi e ws. Build Your Home Here! • 8 acres$54,000 and f a mily r o o m. ity, well and utilities. $485,000 5 acres, outstanding • Private well, paved $199,500. MLS Adjacent lot is also MLS¹201407509 Cascade Mtn views, driveway ¹ 201404816 Call available fo r s a l e. Call Kim Warner, power at lot line & • Close to Prineville Terry Skje r saa, $15,000. MLS septic feasibility ap- Reservoir 541-410-2475 or 541-383-1426 D uke proved cap and fill. • MLS 201501735 ¹201407982 Fred Johnson, Warner Realty Call Tracy George, $79,900. 541-788-3733. Erica Patchen, Broker 541-408-3024 $201406415. Pam Coopers Hawk/ Harrier Duke Warner Realty 541-480-4825 Duke Warner Realty Lester, Principal BroCt. @ Eagle Crest 541-382-8262 541-382-8262 ker, Century 21 Gold Resort. large level .48 Country Realty, Inc. acre corner lot per exc. building Eastern Oregon Land- 541-504-1338 fect for circular drive Several sites offer privacy and Canyon City, Oregon, w ay, close t o p r o Cascade mtn views 3 lots available with Get away from it the MORRIS shop, sports center from these 7.17 acres city water and sewer hustle and bustle of REAL ESTATE and BLM. $150,000. at street. 1.86 acre minutes from the city life and e njoy I& v ~ny~ ~ o~ n Lynn Johns, Principal just trailhead t o S t e el- residential lot, level beautiful sunsets on Broker, 541-408-2944 building site, $30,900. 2.34 acres in Christhead Falls. Build your 775 Wes Johns, Broker 541 home in an area of 6.12 acre view lot, mas Valley. Many ac408-2945 Central Or Manufactured/ re s i dential, tivities to enjoy: 9-hole shallow well depths or zoned egon Resort Realty $30,900. 3.49 acre Mobile Homes park your RV and en- mtn view lot, within golf course, r iding Large pole barn, well, joy the amenities of city limits, $35,900. sand dunes, horseList Your Home p ower, o n e ac r e Crooked River Ranch. Sellers are Oregon li- back riding, wildlife & 20' I 106739. beautiful skies. $5500. JandNIHomes.com $85,000. 52740 Day MLS censed Real Estate We Have Buyers MLS 201411053 Call Road, La Pine. High $106,500 Brokers. Get Top Dollar Donna Carter, Broker, Lakes Realty & Prop- Linda Lou Day-Wright. Juniper Realty Financing Available. 541-903-0601 erty Man a gement Broker 541- 771-2585 541-504-5393 541-548-5511 541-536-0117 Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty

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LESIE RFRIEDMAHPC, • 1701 sq.ft. newconstruction 2 bath, great room BROKER ,ABR, CSP, • 3 bedroom, • Laminate floors, granite counters EPRO, S.l;AR. 541-330-8491 • MLS 201410797

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TAMARAC KPARK I $259,900 MARQ BQUCHARD ' I76 »q h • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath BRQKERCRS • .2acre on aculcfe.sac SRES 541-977-1230 • MLS 201501443

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ity H o mes, an d READ THESE PA- i nformation: D a i na LEGAL NOTICE PERS CAREFULLY! Vitolins, Crook County BOARD OF Neighborlmpact. A D IRECTOR'S A N - draft agenda for the A lawsuit has been District Attorney Ofmeeting will be posted started against you in fice, 300 N E T h ird NUAL MEETING Noabo v e-entitled Street, Prineville, OR TIFICATION. TO ALL under Legal Notices the MEMBERS OF PIO- on the Housing Works court by D e utsche 97754. NEER M E M O R IAL web site www.hous- Bank Trust Company Notice of reasons for Americas as Trustee Forfeiture: The propHOSPITAL: You are ingworks.org. for RALI 2006QA5, erty described below hereby notified that Pla i ntiff's was seized for forfeithe annual meeting of If you have any ques- plaintiff. the members of Pio- tions or need special claims are stated in ture because it: (1) accommodations, the written complaint, Constitutes the proneer Memorial Hosplease contact Sandy a copy of which was ceeds of the violation pital will be held on with the of, solicitation to vio(541) filed M onday, April 2 0 , Goldapp at 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at 923-1018. For special above-entitled Court. late, attempt to vioMeadow Lakes Res- assistance due to mo- You must "appear" in late, or conspiracy to taurant, Prineville, Or- tion, vision, speech this case or the other violates, the criminal egon. A t this meet- and hearing disabili- side will win automati- laws of the State of ing t h e m e m bers ties, the toll free num- c ally. T o "appear" Oregon regarding the present will re-elect ber of CenturyLink's you must file with the manufacture, distribumembers to the Board services for custom- court a legal docu- tion, or possession of of Directors, receive ers with disabilities is ment called a "motion" controlled substances (ORS Chapter475); the annual report and 1-800-223-3131. "motion" or "answer" and/or (2) Was used transact other such (or "reply") must be or intended for use in Tom Kemper, b usiness a s ma y given to t h e c o urt committing or facilic ome b efore t h e Executive Director Housing Works clerk or administrator tating the violation of, meeting. Voting by within 30 days of the solicitation to violate, proxy is not permitted. (abn Central Oregon Regional date of first publica- attempt to violate, or P IONEER M E M OHousing Authority) tion specified herein conspiracy to violate RIAL HOSPITAL. By a long with the r e - the criminal laws of Jeanie Gentry, CEO. LEGAL NOTICE IN T H E C I R CUIT q uired filing fee. I t the State of Oregon LEGAL NOTICE be i n p r oper regarding the manuC OURT FOR T H E must Estate of NORMA J. form and have proof facture, distribution or STATE OF OREGON CLEVELAND. Noo f service o n t h e possession of contice to I n terested I N AND FOR T H E plaintiff's attorney or, trolled su b stances COUNTY OF DESPersons. (No. if the plaintiff does not (ORS Chapter 475). C HUTES. DEU T 15PB0023). In the a t t orney, SCHE BANK TRUST have a n Circuit Court of the of service on the IN THE MATTER OF: COMPANY A M E R I- proof State of Oregon for CAS AS TRUSTEE plaintiff. If you have the County of Desquestions, you (1) One 2005 Jeep FOR RALI 2006QA5, any chutes, Probate DeWA its successors in in- should see an attor- Cherokee, p artment. I n th e immediately. If ATR1483, VIN terest and/or assigns, ney matter of the Estate y ou need h elp i n 1 JSHR58285C518903 Plaintiff, v. UNof Norma J. Clevefinding an attorney, and $4,000.00 in US land, D e c eased. KNOWN HEIRS OF you may contact the Currency, Case No SHELBY J. CENIGA; Notice hereby given se i z ed FRANK L. CENIGA; Oregon State Bar's 15-065766 t hat N o rman A . STATE OF OREGON; Lawyer Referral Ser- March 11, 2015 from Rickles has b een on l i n e at Oscar Chavez-Garcia OCCUPANTS OF vice appointed as perand Zoe Chavez. THE PRE M ISES; www.oregonstatebar. sonal r e presentaA ND T H E REA L org or by calling (503) LEGAL NOTICE tive of the a bove 684-3763 ( in t h e PROPERTY LOThe undersigned has estate. All persons Portland metropolitan C ATED A T 149 0 area) or toll-free else- been appointed perh aving clai m s NORTHEAST 11TH sonal representative against the estate STREET, REDMOND, where in Oregon at of the Estate of Irene a re r equired t o (800) 452-7636. This O REGON 977 5 6 , Marie Panasuk, Depresent them to the is issued Defendants. Case No. summons by the Desundersigned p e rpursuant to ORCP 7. ceased, 1 2CV1293. SUM chutes County Circuit sonal r e presentaRco LEGAL, P.c., Court of the State of MONS BY PUBLICAtive in care of the TION. To THE DE- A lex G u nd , O S B Oregon, pro b a te undersigned attor¹114067, FENDANTS: number 1 5 PB0027. ney at 234 Pacific agundOrcolegal.com, UNKNOWN H E I RS All persons having Building, 520 S.W. for Plaintiff, c laims against t h e OF SH E LB Y J. Attorneys Yamhill St., P ort511 SW 10th Ave., CENIGA: In the name estate are required to land, Oregon 97204 Ste. 400, P ortland, present the same with of the State of Orwithin four months OR 97205, P: (503) vouchers egon, you are hereby 977-7840 F: ( 5 03) proper after the date of first required to a p pear 977-7963. within four (4) months publication of t his after the date of first notice, as s t ated and answer the complaint filed against you LEGAL NOTICE publication to the unb elow, o r suc h in the above-entitled NOTICE OF SEIZURE dersigned or they may claims ma y be Court and cause on or FOR CIVIL be barred. Additional barred. All persons before the expiration FORFEITURE TO ALL information may be whose rights may of 30 days from the POTENTIAL o btained from t h e be affected by the date of the first publi- CLAIMANTS AND TO court records, the unproceedings in this cation of this sumALL UNKNOWN dersigned or the atestate may obtain mons. The date of PERSONS READ THIS torney. Date first pubadditional informafirst publication in this CAREFULLY l ished: March 2 1 , tion fr o m the matter is March 14, 2015. Scot Panasuk, records of the Court, 2015. If you fail timely If you have any inter- Co-Personal Reprethe personal repreto appear and answer, est i n t h e s e i zed sentative, Mark Panasentative or the atplaintiff will apply to property d e scribed suk, Co- P ersonal torney for the perthe abo v e-entitled below, you must claim Representative, Personal court for th e r e lief that interest or you will sonal Representative representative. prayed for in its com- automatically lose that c/o Steven D. Bryant, Dated and first pubplaint. This is a judi- interest. If you do not Attorney at Law, Brylished: March 21, cial foreclosure of a file a claim for the ant Emerson, LLP, 2015. Norman A. deed of trust, in which property, the property PO Box 457, RedRickles, P e rsonal the plaintiff requests may be forfeited even mond, OR 97756. Representative. that the plaintiff be if you are not conNorman A. Rickles, PUBLIC NOTICE Attorney for P e r- allowed to foreclose victed of any crime. PURSUANT To ORS your interest in the To claim an interest, sonal RepresentaCHAPTER 819 tive, 23 4 P a c ific following d e scribed you must file a written Notice is hereby given r eal p r operty: I N claim with the forfeiBuilding, 520 S.W. the following veTOWNSHIP 15 ture counsel named that Yamhill St., P orthicle will be sold, for SOUTH, RANGE 13 below, The w r itten cash to the highest land, Oregon 97204, EAST OF THE WIL- claim must be signed bidder, on 4/16/2015. (503) 208-2951. LAMETTE M E RID- by you, sworn to un- The sale will be held LEGAL NOTICE IAN, D E S CHUTES der penalty of perjury Housing Works will COUNTY, OREGON; before a notary public, a t 10:00 a .m . b y hold a Special Board S ECTION 10; T H E and state: (a) Your ROGER'S AUTO & Meeting on Monday, NORTHEAST QUAR- true name; (b) The TRUCK, 601 E. ANTLER, RED M OND, April 6th, 2015 at 4:00 T ER OF THE address at which you OR. 2 0 0 4 GMC p.m. through elec- NORTHWEST will a c cept f u t ure P ICKUP. V I N tronic communication QUARTER OF THE m ailings from t h e 1GTEC14V74Z338134. with Board members. NORTHEAST QUAR- court and forfeiture Amount due on lien TER. E X C EPTING counsel; and (3) A The principal sub- THE WESTERLY 30 s tatement that y o u $2030.00. R e puted Kevin Gasjects anticipated to be FEET THE R EOF have an interest in the owner(s) the authorization of HERETOFORE seized property. Your ton, GMAC. Housing Works to sell D EEDED TO T H E deadline for filing the a lot that it owns in PUBLIC FOR ROAD claim document with Lookat: Madras t o COR PURPOSES. C o mforfeiture cou n sel Housing for the con- monly known as: 1490 named below is 21 B endhom es.com struction of a home Northeast 11th Street, days from the last day intended f or a Redmond, O r egon of publication of this pleteListingsof rent-to-own program 97756. NOTICE To notice. Where to file a for Com in partnership with DEFENDANTS: claim and for more Area RealEstateforSale Youth Build, Simplic-


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