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Park proect fundraisers eye easing

Food safety —In thewake of deadly outbreaks in melons,

nuts and leafy greens, new FDA rules aim to prevent 3,000 deaths by foodborne illness.A3

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As many as 50,000 Deschutes County taxpayers can expect a hike in their property taxes Small-scale solar-

when their bills arrive in the fall, some of them appreciable hikes, according to county Asses-

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No, the County Commission did not pass a secret tax hike. The roots of the situation lie in Measure 50, the voter-approved change to Oregon's Constitution that pegs property tax increases to maximum assessed value. The assessed value, which may grow only 3 percent per year, does not coincide with the real market value, which may fluctuate over time depending on what someone is willing to pay for the property.

Ill SpertS —With an eyeon re-entering cycling, LanceArmstrong may admit to doping.C1

Odituary —John Sheardown, a Canadian diplomat

who sheltered four American "house guests" until they were shuttled out of lran during the

hostage crisis, has died.B5

"You overlay that with the volatile real estate market that especially Central Oregon has experienced — both up, and now down — and you get some outcomes I don't knowwere necessarily anticipated when we did our last major change to the (tax) system," Langton said Wednesday. "They're now going to start showing themselves, I think, rather significantly."

No more predictability

The story behind the restoration of Thomas Jefferson's tomb-

Tax regulations and housing markets make for complicated topics. But the situation in Central Oregon comes down to a case of wide swings in the housing market. Tax bills remained predictable until the recentrecession and the end ofthe housing boom in Central Oregon. Withthe2008housingbust, market values in some cases fell below assessed values. Because property taxes are pegged to whichever value is lower, tax bills actually fell for some property owners. (The chart at left shows how) On the rebound, however, those same property owners may see their tax bills climb by more than 3 percent, as much as 20 percent. Only when the market value meets or exceeds the assessed value will tax bills return to more predictable levels.

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Predicting vio ence is an inexact science By David Brown The Washington Post

After every act of incomprehensible violence, the world asks whether the killer could have been identified ahead of time. It's as automatic as the call for more gun control and better mental health services.

Psychologists and psychiatrists have been working for decades to try to figure out whether there's a link between mental illness and violence, and if so, which people are likely to act. Using an ever-changing tool kit of theories and questionnaires, they've made some progress. It's now fairly clear, for example, that people with severe mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and some personality disorders, are more likely to commit violent acts than others. But the risk is small. The vast majority of mentally ill people won't commit assault, rape, arson or homicide, although the

risk rises sharply among those who abuse drugs and alcohol. These insights are proving useful to psychologists, judges, educators and otherswho must decide whether someone seems too dangerous to be left alone. But they aren't good enough to identify an Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook Elementary shooter. SeeViolence /A4

As the housing market rebounds, many property owners will see their tax bills increase, as the real market value of many homes will exceed thet maximum

assessed value for the first time in years. Thetaxable value of a home is the lower of either the real market value or the maximum assessed value. While real market value fluctuates with the market, the maximum assessed value increases by a

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programs, leagues and teams for soccer players ages 4 to 18. Shore said much of the money will come from local and regional companies. "Most of these people won't donate any money unless you've got land," Shore said. The soccer club is just one of a handful of user groups in Bend that will be fundraising in coming years to support a project with the park district, but the other agreements won't feature contracts, said Don Horton, park district executive director. "What Rush soccer is looking for is a home," Horton said. They need tohave a place that they can have dependable use, long-term." The club will be using the fields four or five days a week, he said. See Parks/A5

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A similar home is purchased in 2008 for $375,000. Its maximum

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ue went up 3 percent, and your tax rate stayed the same, your taxes went up 3 percent annually." He saidthe authors of Measure 50, which passed in May 1997, anticipated nothing but constant appreciation in property values. The 2008 housing bust proved them wrong. The idea of predictable, modest increases, if any, in tax bills was undercut in Deschutes County, where wide fluctuations in property values make for a noticeable effect on tax bills. See Taxes/A5

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Measure 50 limited taxing districtsto a specific rate rather than a varying levy, Langton explained. "As long as voters didn't vote in any new bonds or local options or

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After five years of hemorrhaging jobs, the construction industry has become one of the bright spots of the labor market — a hopeful sign that one of the most damaged sectors of the economy may finally be starting to heal. Overall, the monthlyjobs report, released Friday, showed continued modest growth in December. The economy added 155,000 jobs, on par with the monthly average for 2012 and 2011. The unemployment rate remained at 7.8 percent. But a closer look reveals that nearly one-fifth of the jobs created were in construction, marking only the third time since the recessionended in June 2009 that the industry has added 30,000 workers or more. SeeConstruction /A5

Torturing the truth in 'Zero Dark Thi • An ex-CIAofficial offers afirsthand review

ter and then director of the National Clandestine Service, the

campaign against al-Qaida By Jose A. Rodriguez Jr. Special to The Washington Post

It is an odd experience to enter a darkened room and, for more than 2'/~ hours, watch someone tell a story that you experienced intimately in your own life. That is what

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happened recently as I sat in a movie theater near Times Square and watched "Zero Dark Thirty," the new Hollywood blockbuster about the hunt for Osama bin Laden. When I was head of the CIA's Counterterrorism Cen-

was my life and obsession. I must say, I agree with both the film critics who love "Zero Dark Thirty" as entertainment and the administration officials and prominent senators who hate the movie for the message it sends-

although my reasons are entirely opposite theirs. Despite its flaws, inaccuracies and shortcuts, I do believe this film is well worth seeing. But as I watched the story unfold on the screen, I found myself alternating between repulsion — more on that later — and delight. See 'Zero'/A4

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BEIRUT — At hi s government office in the Syrian capital, Damascus, the civil servant avoids discussing what Syrians call "the situation." But he quietly ponders his own private endgame, toying with defecting to the rebels, yet clinging to his post, increasingly sure there are no fighters worth joining. A multilingual former military officer, he says he is among many friends and colleagues who feel trapped: disenchanted with President Bashar Assad, disgusted by the violence engulfing Syria and equally afraid of the government and the rebels, with both sides, as he puts it, ready to sacrifice "the innocents." Assad remains in power in part because two years into the uprising, a critical bloc of Syrians remains on the fence. Among them are business owners who drive the economy, bankers who finance it, and the security officials and government employees who hold the keys to the mundane but crucial business of maintaining an authoritarian state. If they abandoned the government or embraced therebels en masse, they might change the tide. Instead, their uncertainty contributes to the stalemate. The Egyptian and Tunisian rebellions that inspired Syria's ini-

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underrepresent thedead. tially peaceful uprising r eached tipping points within weeks, with far lessbloodshed. In those cases, widespread desire for change overwhelmed the fear of the unknown, and governments — or rather,the dictatorial cliques that headed them — fell. But in Syria, each side has bloodied the other while many stay on the sidelines, and a core contingent of supporters feels obligated to stick with the government. That is in part because the government'sruthless crackdown has made protest far more risky than in other uprisings. But it is also because of doubts, among the urban elite and others, about the direction of the revolution and how a rebelruled Syria would look.

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constitutionally necessary, though 2013's low-key session was in sharp contrast to the drama in 2001, when Vice President Al Gore, the loser in the dis-

puted election, presidedover thecertification of an electoral count that gave the presidency to his rival.

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pointed as aninterim senator to fill John Kerry's seat until a special election later this year.He said he would not run for election. It is up to Gov. Deval

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Pakistani schoolgirl shot in the head three months

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"Our government has built up too much debt," just reelected House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday. "At $16 trillion and r i sing, our national debt is draining free enterprise and weakening the ship of state." With that, and a debt ceiling limit looming in the next two months, Congress and the Obama administration appear set to have another bruising battle over spending priorities. Before embarking on that c ourse, l a w makers m i g h t want to re-read the Standard 8 Poor's report on why it reduced the nation's debt rating after the 2011 deal that ended the last debt ceiling fight. The report off ered two key reasons: • "The downgrade reflects

our opinion that the fiscal consolidation plan that Congress and the Administration recently agreed to falls short of what, in our view, would be necessary to stabilize the government's medium-term debt dynamics." • "The downgrade reflects our view that the effectiveness, stability, and predictabil-

ity of American policymaking and political institutions have weakened at a time of ongoing fiscal and economic challenges to a degree more than we envisioned when we assigned a negative outlook to the rating on April 18, 2011." As part of its analysis, S&P assumed Republicans in Congress would never agree to raise taxes, but that actually happened as part of the "fis-

cal cliff' negotiations. But S8 P was also worried Congress would not fulfill the second half of promised spending cuts — and those have now been deferred for two months. In any case, S8 P was clearly looking for more signs of cooperation on restraining the debt — not confrontation. As a refresher course, let's look anew at the sources of this $16 trillion in debt. M uch of i t c o mes f r o m promises made to keep paying Social Security and Medicare. The programs annually funded by Congress generally have become a smallershare of the U.S.economy, even with funding two wars. The national debt is made up of publicly held debt and money that the government owes to itself. Boehner's $16

meeting of the Republican majority in the new Congress, newly exchange for raising the nation's debt limit. The Republican leader doubled down on his insistence there must be at least a dollar-

per-dollar match betweenspending reductions and continued borrowing. "With the cliff behind us, the focus turns to spending,"

Boehner said, according to a source in the room. "The president says he isn't going to have a debate with us over the debt ceiling. He also says he's not going to cut spending along with the debt limit hike." Without lifting the debt limit, the federal government

would face acataclysmic default. trillion number is this "gross debt" figure. About $11.5 trillion is public debt and the rest comes from bonds held by Social Security, Medicare and other trust funds. You can have an endless debate about whether these bonds are real or not but u l timately these are obligations that must be paid with either new debt or general government f u nds, thus taking away from other

programs. There is also dispute over whether gross debt is really the best picture of the U.S. debt load, as economists often focus mostly on publicly traded debt. Moreover, an increasingly large portion of the debt is money that the government owes to itself because of borrowing from large entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare.


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NHL —Mediation resumes to end the hockey lockout that has passed the 100-day mark.

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HISTORY Highlight:In1983, President

Ronald Reaganannounced he was nominating Elizabeth Dole

to succeed DrewLewis assecretary of transportation; Dole became the first woman to head a Cabinetdepartment in

Reagan's administration, and the first to head the DOT. In1589, Catherine de Medici of

France died atage69. In1781, a British naval expedition led by Benedict Arnold

burned Richmond, Va. In1895, French Capt. Alfred

Dreyfus, convicted of treason, was publicly stripped of his

rank. (He wasultimately vindicated.) In1896, an Austrian newspaper, Wiener Presse, reported the discovery by German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen of a type of radiation that came to

be known asX-rays. In1925, Nellie T. Ross of Wyo-

ming becameAmerica's first female governor. In1933, the 30th president of the United States, Calvin Coolidge, died in Northamp-

ton, Mass., at age60. Construction began on the Golden

Gate Bridge. (Work wascompleted four years later.) In1943, educator and scientist

George Washington Carver died in Tuskegee, Ala., at age 81. In1949, in his State of the Union address, President

Harry S. Trumanlabeled his administration the Fair Deal. In1957, President Dwight D.

Eisenhower proposedassistance to countries to help them

resist Communist aggression in what became known as the Eisenhower Doctrine. In 1970, Joseph A. Yablonski,

an unsuccessful candidatefor the presidency of the United

Mine Workers ofAmerica, was found murderedwith his wife and daughter at their Clarksville, Pa., home. (UMWA President

Tony Boyleandseven others were convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, the killings.) "All My

Children" premiered onABC-TV. In1972, President Richard Nixon announced that he had ordered development of the

space shuttle. In1993, the state of Wash-

ington executed Westley Allan Dodd, an admitted child sex killer, in America's first legal

hanging since 1965. Ten years ago:Chinese state media reported that an un-

manned Shenzhou IVspace capsule had returned safely to Earth.

Five years ago:In a Democratic faceoff, Sen. Hillary

Clinton accused campaign rival Barack Obama ofchanging his positions on health care and "a

number of issues." One year ago:A U.S. Navy destroyer rescued anIranian fishing boat that had been

commandeered bysuspected pirates.

BIRTHDAYS Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale is 85. Actor Robert Duvall is 82. Pro Football Hall

of Fame coachChuck Noll is 81. King Juan Carlos of Spain is 75. Talk show host Charlie

Government financing may go to the big plants, but modest-sized solar projects, from the street to your backyard, together could provide a much-needed jolt to the power grid — and do so for less cost to consumers and less environmental damage to the land. By Julie Cart Los Angeles Times

NIPTON, Calif. — Gerald Freeman unlocks the gate to the small power plant and goes inside.Three rows of solar collectors, elevated on t roughs that track the sun's arc like sunflowers, afford a glimpse of the West's possible energy future. This facility and a smaller version across the road produce some 70 kilowatts of electricity, about 80 percent of the power required by Nipton's 60 residents, its general store and motel. Freeman, a Caltech-trained geologist and onetime gold mine owner, understood when he bought this former California ghost town near the Nevada border that being off the grid didn't have to mean going without power. He contracted with a Bay Area company to install solar arrays on two plots of land. The town has a 20-year agreement to buy its power at a below-market rate. Projects like these make do with scant financing opportunities and little support from the federal government. The Obama a d m inistration's solar-power i n itiative has fast-tracked large-scale plants, fueled by low-interest, government-guaranteed loans that cover up to 80 percent of construction costs. In all, the feds have paid out more than $16 billion for renewable-en-

ergy projects. Those large-scale projects are financially efficient for developers, but their size creates transmission inefficiencies and highercosts for ratepayers. Smaller alternatives, from rooftop solar to small- and medium-sized plants, can do the

opposite. Collectively, m o dest-sized projects could provide an enormous electricity boost — and do soforless costto consumers and less environmental damage to the desert areas where most are located, say advocates of small-scale solar power. Recent studies project that California could derive a substantial percentage of its energy needsfrom rooftop solar installations, whether on suburban homes or city roofs or atop big-box stores. Janine Blaeloch, director of the nonprofit Western Lands Project, said smaller plants were never on the table when the federal solar policy was conceived early in President Barack Obama's first term. Utilities and solar developers wanted big plants, so that's what's sprouting in Western deserts, she said. "There was a pivot point when they could have gone to the less-damaging alternative," Blaeloch said, referring to both federal officials and environmental groups that have supported large-scale solar projects."There's no question that it was a matter of choice, and it was the wrong choice."

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to sell back excess power. Falling startup costs also have brought solar power within reach for many homeowners and smallbusinesses. T ake Californians. In t h e last six years, the cost in Los Angeles to install a mediumsized solar system — between 50 kilowatts and I megawatt — has fallen by 55 percent, said J.R. Deshazo, an environmental economist at UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs. E ven though p r ices a r e coming down, Ra y B r ady, manager of the federal Bureau of Land Management'srenewable-energy p r ogram, s a id he has seen little interest in smaller-scale projects. The agency has policies that provide incentives for developers to build smaller solar plants on federal land, including exempting projects from costly and time-consuming environmental reviews. But Brady said that he could think of none in the works. "We can onl y r e s pond where there is an industry interest to do so," he said, citing economies of scale that can make largepower plants more cost-effective fordevelopers.

Large-scale projects Late last year, federal officials approved a plan that sets aside 445 square miles of public land for the development of large-scale solar power plants, cementing a new government approach to renewable energy development in the West after years of delays and false starts. The plan replaced the Interior Department's 2005-era first-come, first-served system of approving solar projects, which let developers choose where they wanted to build util-

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percentage of households cannot participate in the benefits of a residential rooftop system, primarily because they are renters. The same is true for most businesses,which often lease or rent space. Back in Nipton, Freeman has alreadyseen glimmers of hope. The town is just a few miles f ro m O a k land-based

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• The second rule would apply to the harvesting and production of fruits and vegetables in an effort to combat bacterial contamination like E.coli.It would address what advocates referto as the "four Ws" — water, waste, workers and wildlife. Farmers would establish separate standardsfor ensuring the purity of water that touches, say, lettuce leaves and the water used to irrigate soil, which reaches plants only through their roots. A farm or plant where vegetables

are packaged might,for example, add lavatories to ensure that workers do not urinate in fields. One in six Americans becomes ill from eating contaminated food each year. The proposed rules, two years in the making, are aimed at reducing the estimated 3,000 deaths a year from foodborne illness and represent a sea change in the way the agency polices food, a process that currently involves taking action after food contamination has been identified. The FDA estimates the rules could prevent almost 2 million illnesses annually, but it could be several years before the rules are actually preventing outbreaks. Whether consumers will ultimately bear some of the expense of the new rules was unclear; the FDA estimated the proposals would cost food producers tens of thousands of dollars a year. The rules go into effect after a 120-day comment period. Other rules are pending, including one that would cover importers' responsibilities for the safety of food products fro m o v erseas. About 15 percent of food eaten by Americans — and an even higher percentage of produce — is imported.

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sity of Massachusetts Medical School. "That's my biggest Continued from A1 fear of what's going to come In f act, L a nza's m other o u t of this." "We can'tgo out and lock — herself one of the victims in last month's shooting in New- u p a l l t h e socially awkward town, Conn. — told friends y o u ng men in the world," said he had Asperger syndrome, J e f frey Swanson, a professor a developmental disorder, but o f p sychiatry and behavioral no evidencehas emerged that sciences at Duke University. Lanza was diagnosed as men- "But we have to try to prevent tally ill. the unpredicted." "There is no instrument that is specifically useful or vali- O"e Of ma"y faCtOrS dated for identifying potential The b e st-known attempt to schoolshooters or mass mur- measure violence in mental derers," said Stephen Hart, a p a t ients found that mental illpsychologist at Simon Fraser n e ss by itself didn't predict an Universityin Vancouver, Brit- a b ove-average risk of being ish Columbia, who is the co- v i o lent. People released from author of a widely used evalu- p s y chiatric wards were more v i o l ent than their neighbors ation tool. "There are many things in life where we have o n l y if they also had drug and an inadequate evidence base, a l cohol problems, according andthisisoneofthem." to the M acArthur V i olence Risk Assessment Study, which Personal history tracked almost 1,000 former Even when someone has p a t ientsintheearly1990s. a history of threatening beOthe r r esearch has found a havior, the killing of innocent l i n k — although not a particupeople can't necessarily b e l a r l y s trong one — between prevented. mental illness and T he wom a n violence. accused of push- "There jS nO In a 2001 study

Snapshotof state gunlaws As in the aftermath of most mass shootings, the convergence of gun control and adequate mental health care is back at the forefront. On the question of firearm restrictions, regardless of one's stance on the issue, the question of changing existing law is in effect 50 different questions: While federal law requires that every state and the District of Columbia perform background checks on prospective firearms buyers, the states

individually determine ownership regulations. Here is asummary of a few state laws: Ban assault weapons Seven states and the District of

Columbia prohibit ownership of assault weapons.

most detainees received no enhanced interrogation techContinued from A1 niques, and the relative few First, my reasons for repul- who did faced harsh measures sion. "Zero Dark Thirty" inac- for only a few days or weeks at curately links torture with intel- the start of their detention. To ligence success and mischarac- give a detainee a single openterizes how America's enemies fingered slap across the face, have been treated in the fight CIA officers had to receive against terrorism. Many others w ritten authorization f r o m object to the film, however, be- Washington. cause they think the depiction The filmmakers stole the of torture by the CIA is accu- d og-collar scenes from t h e rate but that the movie is wrong abuses committed by A r my to imply that our interrogation personnel at Abu Ghraib in techniques worked. They are Iraq. No such thing was ever wrong on both counts. done at CIA "black sites." In the publicity campaign for The CIA d i d w a terboard the movie, the director and the three of the worst terrorists screenwriter have stressed that — Abu Zubaida, Khalid Sheik "Zero Dark Thirty" was care- Mohammed and Abd al-Rafully researched and is fact- him al-Nashiri — in an effort to based. When discussing the get them to cooperate. Instead so-called torture scenes, direc- of a large bucket, small plastic tor Kathryn Bigelow has said: water bottles were used on the "I wish it was not part of our three men, who were on medihistory, but it was." Yet when cal gurneys. The procedure pressed about i n accuracies, was unlike the one seen in the screenwriter Mark Boal has movie but was consistent with been quick to remind everyone: the same tactic used, with"This is not a documentary." out physical or psychological Despite popular fiction, the damage, on tens of thousands so-called enhanced interro- of U.S. military personnel as gation program — a term the part of their training. Bush administration adopted Inspired perhaps more by for waterboarding,sleep depri- past movies than f i rsthand vation, stress positions and oth- accounts, "Zero Dark Thirty" er procedures — was carefully shows detainees being asked monitored and conducted. It a question, tortured a little, bore little resemblance to what asked another question and is shown on the screen. And then torturedsome more. Real while most Americans prob- detainees were instead given ably think waterboarding was the opportunity to cooperate. stopped by President Barack If they resisted and were beObama once he took office in lieved to hold critical informa2009, few know the technique tion, they might receive, with was last used six years earlier. Washington's approval, some of the "enhanced" techniques, The torture scenes such as being grabbed by the The film shows CIA officers collar, deprived of sleep or, in brutalizing detainees — beat- rare cases, waterboarded, a ing them mercilessly, suspend- practice that at the time did ing them from the ceiling with not, in written clearance from chains, leading them around the Justice Department, conin dog collars and, on the spur stitute torture. When the deof the moment, throwing them tainee became compliant, the on the floor, grabbing a large techniquesstopped, forever. bucket and administering a Some of those objecting to vicious ad hoc waterboarding. the movie are doing so not beThe movie implies that such cause ofhowthe interrogations treatment went on for years. are depicted, but because of The truth is that no one was what the movie implies came bloodied or beaten in the en- out of them. The film suggests hancedinterrogationprogram; that waterboarding directly

Require report of mental health Thirty states authorize or require

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mental health to the FBI's criminal

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cent). People without any of these problems had just a 0.8 percent rate of violence. Over the years, researchers have made a particular effort to study violence and schizophrenia,a disorder that emerges in young adults and often includes paranoid thoughts. An analysis of 20 studies p ublished three y ears a g o ing a man to his ji I S tf Umef)g t jJElf fu n ded by the ¹ found that schizophrenia ind eath in front of a j S S tional Institutes of creased the risk of acting vioNew York subway j eCjfjC g//) Health, research- lently fourfold in men and even train on Dec. 27 USe f U j - . f 0 1 ers aske d 3 5 ,000 more in women. The risk of had been arrested jd e rf $j fyjilg adults wh e t her schizophrenics committing hoseveralti mes for g g. / they had been di- micidewas 0.3 percent — more assault and treated a gnosed with a than 10 times greater than the in the psychiatric SC hOOI ShOOterS me ntalillnessany- average citizen. wards of two hos- Or mBSS time in their lives The evidence suggests that p itals. The m a n and in the previ- "there's a modest relative risk" who fatally shot murdererS " ous year. T h ey for violent behavior in people two fi r e fighters also asked a long diagnosed with a serious menStephen Hart and hi m self i n psychologist list of q u estions tal illness, said Swanson, the Webster, N.Y., on about the subjects' Duke researcher. Christmas Eve had personal histories killed his 92-year-old grand- a n d b ehaviors. Re-interviews Identifying the dangerous m otherthree decades earlier. were conducted three years latIf some of the mentally ill The task o f i d e n tifying e r , asking about violent events are dangerous, can they be violence-prone individuals is i n t h e i nterveningperiod. found? eventrickierwith youngpeo Peo p l e wh o r eported that Over th e y e ars, s t udies ple,who have shorter histories they'd had both "severe men- have shown t h a t p s ychiaand whose normal develop- t a l il l n ess" an d s u bstance trists' accuracy in identifying ment often includes a period of a b use problems in the year patients who would become antisocial behavior. before the first interview had violent wa s s l ightly b etter The prospect that the most t h e highest rate of violence; 9.4 than chance — "obviously not recent massacre, or the next p e r cent had committed a vio- good enough, given what's at one, could lead to efforts to l e n t a ct. Thenextmostviolent stake for public safety as well find young men contemplat- w e r e people with other types as for civil liberties," said John ing the killing of strangers o f m e ntal illness (mostly an- Monahan, a University of Virworries many people. Among t i s ocial personality disorder) ginia psychologist who helped those expressingconcern are accompanied by substance direct the MacArthur study. some psychologistsand for- abuse — 7.2 percent of them S o Monahan an d m a n y mer patients forcibly swept r e p o rtedviolentbehavior. others came up with a coninto the mental health system Gr ou p s w i t h l o wer r a tes stellation o f " r i s k f a c tors" and treated against their will. of vio l ence included people and "protective factors" for "I think people are going s u f f ering only f r o m s evere violent behavior — analogous toward wanting all their kids m e n tal illness, 2.9 percent of to the riskfactors for heart to be screened in high school w h o m r eported having been disease, such as age, blood for mental illness and violence v i o lent; those only with sub- pressure, smoking and cholesrisk — and that's a bad idea," s t ance abuse problems (2.5 terol — and included them in said Gina Vincent, a forensic p e r cent); and those with other questionnaires. psychologist at th e U n iver- m e n t al illnessesalone(1.4perSome of those instruments

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rely heavily on adding up scores.Others put more emphasis on th e i n terviewer's clinical judgment. The most popularcurrent strategy combines both approaches; it forces the evaluator to include any pertinent issue. All of the approaches consider the presence of a mental disorder as only a small contributor to risk, outweighed by other factors such as age, previous violent acts, alcohol use, impulsivity, gang membership and lack of family support. There have been numerous efforts to test these violencepredicting tools. For example, Monahan and his colleagues i ncorporated 106 r is k f a c tors into a software interview program and administered it to patients being discharged from psychiatric units in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Of those judged to be lowrisk by this tool, 90 percent committed no violence over the next six months. Of those judged to be high-risk, 49 percent committed violent acts. "From our research, we could quickly distinguish between a patient whose chance of being violent was I-in-10 from one whose was I-in-2," he said. Last summer, a large study published in the British Medical Journal found much the same thing. It analyzed the findings of 68 studies that involved about 25,000 people in psychiatric hospitals, prisons or couN-ordered detention. (The studies used a varietyof assessment tools.) Of the people predicted to "violently offend," 41 percent did. Of those predicted to be nonviolent, 91 percent were. In practical terms, that

"Zero Dark Thirty" inaccurately links torture With intelligenCe SuCCeSS and miSCjIaraCteriZeS

how America's enemies have been treated in the fight against terrorism. Many others object to the film, however, because they think the depiction of torture by the CIAis accurate but that the movie is wrong to imply that our interrogation techniques worked. They are wrong on both counts. contributed to obtaining vital information about bin Laden's courier — a break that eventually led to the al-Qaida leader. O pponents of th e CI A a r e quickto insist that waterboarding played no role in tracking him down. Both the movie and those critics are wrong. The first substantive information about the courier came in 2004from a detainee who receivedsome enhanced interrogation techniques but was not waterboarded. Although we had heard the nom de guerre Abu Ahmed al-Kuwaiti, until that time we were unaware of the central role he played in bin Laden's communications. We checked out this information with other detainees. Khalid Sheik Mohammed, who had been waterboarded, was by then cooperating to some extent. He denied any knowledge of the courier, but so adamantly that we knew we were on to something. We then intercepted secret messages that Mohammed was sending to other detainees, ordering them to say nothing about al-Kuwaiti. After obtaining this lead on the courier, years of meticulous intelligence work followed. Having the black sites and compliant terrorists allowed us to repeatedly go back to the detainees to check leads, ask follow-up questions and clarify information. Without that, we would have been lost.

What they got right "Zero Dark Thirty" has some minor flaws that will be laughableto CIAveterans. Earlyinthe film, the agency's chief of station in Islamabad walks around with a CIA lapel pin — not the best of

tradecraft. Agency officers talk openly in hotels and restaurants about ongoing operations, and a junior officer threatens to have her boss hauled in front of a congressional oversight committee. But Bigelow and Boal get a lot of things right, too. They portray the hunt for bin Laden as a 10-year marathon rather than a sprint ordered by a new president. The film gives a glimpse of the cooperation between the CIA and the U.S. military, a r elationship that has only deepened in the years since Sept. 11, 2001. And if you pay close attention, "Zero Dark Thirty" also concedes that it was a matrix of intelligence capabilities — including interrogation, other human intelligence, expert analysis, signals intelligence and imagery analysis — that came together to lead the SEALs to bin Laden's hideout in Abbottabad — "if you pay close attention," because the intelligence tradecraft is overwhelmed by the intense and, yes, misleading interrogation scenes. I had to smile at one scene in which a White House official demands more i n formation from the CIA, only to be asked how the agency is supposed to obtain it when the detention and interrogation p r ogram has been taken away. The screenwriterseemed to catch the nuance that the administration has made the CIA's job much harder. No doubt, the filmmakers had a difficult task. They had to boil down a decade of grueling work into a few hours — and make it entertaining. It is impossible for even the most skilled filmmakers to

meant that if authorities used the tools for the purposes of public health, they'd have to detain two people to prevent one from becoming violent. The authors of the analysis concluded that "risk assessment tools in their current form can only be used to roughly classify individuals at the group level, and not to safely determine criminal prognosis in an individual case." Most of this research has been conducted on populations already "enriched" with the potential for violence: psychiatric patients, drug users, binge drinkers, people who have been arrested. But some mass shooters don't fall into any ofthose categories. For th e g e neral p u blic, there's no screening tool for violence, and nobody expects that there ever will be.

Incidentsaslessons Is what's known about the relationship between mental illness and violence of any use after events like the mass shooting in Connecticut? People who study and provide mental health treatment generally say, "Yes." However, that's not because people prone to violence can be found and stopped. It's because if psychiatrists, psychologists and judges become more aware of the relationship between social circumstance, behavior and risk factors for violence, then they might be able to exert influence long before a killer's plans are made. At least that's the current thinking. "Most people who are thinking about violence are ambivalent about it," said Hart of Simon Fraser University. "Our

fully capture the context of the times. During the f i r st few years after 9/II, the CIA was under enormous pressure, fearing an imminent and deadlier reprise of the attacks. It is hard to accurately tell a story that spans more than a decade and involves a realworld cast of thousands. So Bigelow and Boal develop their narrative through the eyes of a small number of characters, such as a CIA officer they call Maya. A handful of officers in the Counterterrorism Center, mainly women, deserve a disproportionately large share of the credit for the relentless focus that eventually brought bin Laden down. But, while there are real-world equivalents of Maya and her colleagues in "Zero Dark Thirty," the successes and the failures in this mission were the work of many, not a few.

More than the literal truth According to recent news reports, the S enate I ntelligence Committee is investigating whether the CIA inappropriately cooperated with the filmmakers. In my viewing of "Zero Dark Thirty," I saw nothing that I b elieved to be classified — unless one considers secret the n otion that enhanced interrogation techniques played a role in get-

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job is to find people who are ambivalent and convince them that violence is a bad idea." He cited the recent case in Vancouver of a college student who told a friend she was thinking of k i lling a homeless man. The friend notified authorities; the student was detained and evaluated with an assessment tool called the HCR-20. She had a "death kit" of tools in her possession and had killed a cat and dog for pleasure. She was convicted of animal cruelty but will soon be released on probation, with close supervision. But some people warn that a more aggressive mental health system would pose its own

dangers. James Gottstein, a lawyer in Anchorage, Alaska and head of the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights, has won four cases in his state's Supreme Court supporting p a tients' r i g hts to refuse to take psychiatric medicines, limiting conditions for involuntary commitment and other issues. He learned firsthand what it's like to be forcibly drugged and stigmatized by psychiatric treatment. In June 1982, he had a manic episode that he attributes to sleep deprivation. He was working hard, suffering from jet lag after returning from Europe and living in a place where the sun didn't set at night. He was taken by the police to a mental hospital, where he spent a month. "One of the problems that happens when you become a psychiatric patient is that everything that you do or say can be labeled as a psychiatric symptom," said Gottstein, 59, a graduate of Harvard Law SchooL

ting bin Laden. In my opinion, some senatorsseem towant to punish the agency for telling that truth. I nevitably, films like t h i s come to be seen by the public as a sortof proxy for reality. Even those who should know better get caught up in false arguments, debating, for example, "Can torture (as shown in the film) be justified?" rather than "Are harsh but legal measures (as not shown in the film) sometimes necessary?" Like the real hunt for bin Laden, the movie goes on way too long, but there is value in the end. Theatergoers should understand that "Zero Dark Thirty" is more than a movie and less than the literal truth. This is especially apparent in the final scene, with Maya in tears, drained, not sure where to go or what to do next. Her real-worldcounterparts have no doubt: The fight against al-Qaida is far from over. — The authoris a 31-year veteran of the CIA and headed the Counterterrorism Center from 2002 to 2004 and the National Clandestine Service through 2007.

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Continued from A1 In Redmond, forexample, market valuefor83 percent of the properties on county tax rolls fell below the assessed value, the "blue line," according to Langton. About half of all property owners will be affected by the boom-and-bust tax phenomenon, and notin equitable fashion, he said. "Every account is going to be different, "he added.

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2 neighbors, 2 scenarios For example, the market value of a particular property may fall below the "blue line," in which case the owner saw an actual drop in property tax. Meanwhile, a ne i g hboring property's market value may drop, but not dip below the assessed value. That taxpayer

may see no change or an increase in his or her bill. In other words, one taxpayer might rejoice at an 11 percent drop in property taxes, while the neighbor pays the expected 3 percent increase. Now that property values are rebounding, however, the p r operty owner who experienced the precipitous drop faces a daunting climb. Assessed value is assigned according to a formula applied to market values across the county at the time of construction. For example, a home built one or two years ago may have markedly different assessed v alue, thanks t o "volatile swings" in the housing market, than the same-model home built today, Langton said.

Assessors on edge D eschutes County i s n o t alone on the real estate roller coaster, according to the Oregon Association of Counties in Salem. "I can tell you that Deschutes County isn't unique, but other counties are not experiencing the same situation to the degree you are," said association spokesman Eric Schmidt. "Jackson County, and some of the other counties with churn in the real estate market, but they haven't dropped that far and haven'tcome back that far." The association acts as a voice for county commissioners and county judges, particularly in their relationship with the Oregon Legislature, said policy coordinator Gil Riddell. He said the prospect of wide swings in home values has assessors across Oregon on edge. The wide swings in value have created a situation not previously seen in the wake of Measures 5 and 50, which set limits on the amount local authorities may tax real

Jobs, Bad Jobs." "Now they're coming back." The jobs report follows several other encouraging data sets that show year-end momentum in the economy. Automakers reportedsurprisingly robust sales last month and consumers piled into shopping malls, unfazed by the political wrangling over the "fiscal cliff." But economists say they are p articularly h e artened that the uptick in construction coincides with new strength and stability in the housing market, suggesting the gains are moresustainable. The number of new homes under c onstruction t o pped 800,000 in September for the first time in four years and stayed there through the fall, according to government data. Permits are being sought on more than 900,000 homes. "We underbuilt houses from 2006 until this year. At some

The surge capped one of the largest three-month gains the sector has seen since the recession began in December 2007. The return of construction jobs is an especially critical component of the economic recovery. That's partly because of the sheer number of jobs lost — more than 2 million since 2007 — but also because of fears that many of those workers' skills may not translate to other i ndustries, rendering them permanently unemployable. "These jobs have been the backbone of the middle class for many, many years," said Arne Kalleberg, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of "Good

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cilities and they are owned by the park district," Horton said. Continued from A1 The park district will take The lease would be simi- from a $29 million bond aplar to a 30-year lease the dis- proved by Bend voters in Notrict has with the Bend Elks, vember to pay its share of the a semi-pro baseball team, Pine Nursery Park field projforthe use of Vince Genna ect andthe safe passage projStadium. ect at the Colorado Avenue Separately, the park dis- Dam. Earlier this week, park trict is teaming with Prodistrict officials and the board moting Urban Skate Habi- of directors reviewed improvetats (PUSH) to build a new ment projects planned for the skate park at P onderosa next five years and how they Park and the Bend Paddle will be funded. Trail Alliance to build a T here is $ 1.5 m illion i n w hitewater park o n t h e bond money designated to Deschutes River. The skate- build a park entrance, roads board and kayaking groups and parking lots to prepare are Bend-based nonprofits. the north end of Pine Nurs"We are making sure in ery Park for the new playing our agreements (with the fields, which will be available groups) that we are making for other sports but will prithese facilities as public fa- marily be used for soccer. The

point, there is a l o ng-term catch-up where you have to go out and build a lot of new houses," said John Canally, economist an d i n v estment strategist for LPL Financial. That is likely to help address the persistentlyhigh unemployment rateamong young men, one of the most recalcitrant problems ofthe recovery.More than a quarter of 16-to-19-yearolds are out of work, while nearly 14 percent of those ages 20 to 24 do not have a job.

Simonson said job growth in the industry had lagged behind increases in construction spending over the past two years. Some of that discrepancy represented productivity improvements, Simonson said, and some probably came from existing workers putting in overtime. Contractors may have been holding off to see if the housing recovery was durable. But eventually, as housing activity kept growing, the industry was bound to acceler"By and large, those guys ate hiring again. have been left on the sidelines Still, no one is arguing that the last few years," said Ken construction employment will Simonson, chief economist for return t o i t s p r e -recession the Associated General Con- peak of more than 7 million. tractors of America, "and con- The 45,000 jobs added during struction will give them much the fourth quarter last year more of an option in 2013." represented just a fraction of There havebeen falsestarts those losses. And the gains before, however: A similar may not be large enough or jump last winter gave way by come fast enough to offset a spring, when the sector shed shift toward low-paying jobs 53,000 jobs. in the recovery.

park district then expects Oregon Rush Soccer Club to raise $2.5 million to build the fields. There is $6.7 million in bond money set tocreate passage over the Colorado dam and a revamp of the footbridge paralleling the Colorado Avenue bridge. The Oregon Paddle Trail Alliance plans to raise $900,000 for a whitewater park in the river. Leaders with the group were not available Friday for comment. The park d i s trict p l a ns to use $200,000 in taxpayer money, not bond money, to pay most of the cost of the new skate park at Ponderosa Park. Through fundraising, PUSH is expected to come up with $40,000. The nonprofit's share will come from cash contributions,

material donations and volunteer labor, said Topher Laws, treasurer for PUSH. He said the group could break ground as early as June and construction should take two to four months. While the group won't have a contract like the soccer club for the park district land, Laws said the "goal is to keep it as skate-exclusive as possible." In the midst of a legal argument with the park district about its handling of the Bend Senior Center, attorney Bill Buchanan said such g oals should be outlined in an agreement before a project is built. "That is just sound legal planning, both for the district as well as for the park district users and the nonprofits that will be raising funds for these projects," he said.

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Buchanan represents the United Senior Citizens of Bend, which he said raised about $900,000 to build the senior centeron Southeast Reed Market Road more than a decade ago. Now the group, a Bendbased nonprofit advocating for seniors, wants its money back after it says the park district strayed from the goals of having thesenior center serve older, low-income seniors. Horton said the park district will not be giving money back to the group. "We've honored what we've said we'll do with the senior center," he said. The boards for the group and the park district are set to meet Jan. 15 to discuss the senior center, Buchanan said. — Reporter: 541-61 7-7812, ddarli ngC<bendbulfeti n.com

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Suspects sought in stabbing Bend police are searching for two suspects believed to have

been involved in aNew Year's Day stabbing at

a condo complex on the city's east side. In a news release issued Friday night, police

declined to provide any descriptions of the

suspects or the vehicle believed to havebeen used to flee the scene. According to the

release, police were dispatched to the Reserves at Pilot Butte just before

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Tetherow water contract stan s, Ben says By Hillary Borrud The Bulletin

Whether the city of Bend could legally provide water to future development at Tetherow resort, outside the city limits, is unclear after a recent ruling by the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals. Now, after legal analysis, city attorneys said this week they believe the city can continue to provide these services to the resort. "We are continuing to serve Tetherow," said City Attorney Mary Winters. "I know the folks out there have

been concerned. We have a contractual obligation (to Tetherow)." The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals, or LUBA, in November ruled that state land-use rules prohibit the city from planning to provide water for future development outside the city, specifically to Tetherow resort southwest of Bend. This appeared to put the city in a tight spot, because offi cials signed an agreement in2005 to provide water and sewer services to the resort. Large sections of Tetherow

remain undeveloped since the initial construction of the golfcourse and restaurant. Deschutes County commissionersgave developers three one-yearextensions of the deadline to build tourist

lodging, then approved a new plan in August 2012 that gave developers until 2017 to build

the lodging. Joe Weston, who owns land at Tetherow and plans to build a hotel there, could not be reachedfor comment on Thursday. LUBA found problems in a city ordinance and a water

facilities plan and sent the documents back to the city to fix the errors, after nonprofit Central Oregon LandWatch appealed the documents to the Land Use Board of Appeals in 2012. Central Oregon LandWatch Executive Director Paul Dewey declined to comment on the city's position Thursday. Assistant City Attorney Gary Firestone said the LUBA decision said the city cannot extend services to new phases of Tetherow. "I think from my point of view and from the city's point of

view, that means things beyond which were approved in the decision that approved Tetherow and required city water," Firestone said. This means the city can plan to provide water to parts of the resortthat were approved but have not been built, Firestone said, but not to new phases which developers might propose in the future. "It doesn't say we can't continue to provide service or to provide service to existing phases," Firestone said of the ruling. SeeTetherow/B5

4:30 a.m. on NewYear's Day. Officers found a woman with injuries to

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an injury to the back of his head, the release

states, and all injuries were consistent with be-

ing caused by aknife. Both victims were transported to St. Charles Bend, treated,

and released. The victims did not

previously know the suspects, the release states, but the victims provided investigators

with a description of the two suspects.

Burning toclose Whychuspreserve Pile burning on100

acres at Whychus Canyon Preserve near Sisters starting next week will cause the pre-

serve to be closed to the public temporarily, the Deschutes Land Trust sald. The pile burning will start Monday in the pre-

serve, which is located six miles northeast of Sisters. The piles

consist of juniper trees which were thinned in order to improve wildlife habitat in the area.

The burns are dependent on weather condi-

tions. — From staff reports

Well shot! reader photos • We want to see your best photos capturing peaks in winter for

another special version of Well shot! that will run in the Outdoors section. Submit your best work at www. bendbulletin.com/ wellshot/winterpeaks, and we'll pickthe best for publication. Submission requirements: Include as much detail as possible — when and where you tookit, and any special technique used — as well as your name, hometown and phonenumber.Photos m ustbe high resolution (at least 6 inches wide and 300 dpi) and cannot bealtered.

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By Ben Botkin The Bulletin

Patricia Russell was in

a jam. Her car's head gasket blew in February, and she couldn't afford the $1,000plus bill to fix it. A home-care provider who lives in La Pine, she relied on the vehicle to help clients with trips to the grocery store and doctor appointments. She had to give up the job as a result. "I lost a lot when that car broke down," she said. "My finances are really limited, so I couldn't afford to buy another car." Without her car, her only work option was a job at a deli within walking distance. She was thankful for that job, but became discouraged without transportation as the year wore on and the cold weather returned. That discouragement ended for Russell in late December, when she discovered she was one of nine recipients selected to receivea free vehicle during the holiday season. The program, called "Words for Wheels," is in its second year. Central Oregon Auto Care Group, an organization of independent auto repair shops in Bend and Redmond, oversees the giveaway. Members from the participating shops repairand refurbish the vehicles and give them away. Typically, they obtain the vehicles when customers opt to get rid of their wheels because of the cost of repairs. The recipients are picked from essays that others submit on their behalf. This year, the program received about 250 submissions, said Wade Bryant, chairman of the organization and owner of Wade Bryant's Auto Repair 8 Service in Bend.

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Home-care provider Patricia Russell, of LaPine, closes the trunk of her1999 Ford Taurus after helping a client shop for groceries outside Shop Smart in La Pine on Friday evening. Russell was among nine car winners in the Central Oregon Auto Care Words for Wheels contest.

"All of the letters were read," Bryant said, adding the choices were challenging. "I just wish we had more cars." But it's still a growing effort. The group gave away three cars last year. Initially, seven vehicles were tabbed for this holiday season, but two more became available. Russell was picked after a neighbor submitted an essay to the program. The essay earned Russell a 1999 Ford Taurus fourdoorsedan. "When they called me, I just could not believe it," she said. "I've never won anything in my life. It was just the best Christmas present I've ever gotten in my whole life." As businesses — not nonprof-

its — the mechanics cover the labor and cost of parts to get the vehicles running. Combined, it amounted to about $15,000 for the endeavor, Bryant said. This year's mix of vehicles started with a 2002 VW Beetle, a 2004 Kia Spectra sedan, a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer, a 1999 Ford Taurus, a 1994 Ford Taurus, a 1996 Dodge Caravan and a 15-passenger Ford van. A 1979 Chevy pickup truck and a 1989 Plymouth Voyageralso became available. Recipients come from varied backgrounds and include single mothers and a large family in need of a van. They were scattered throughout Bend, La Pine and Redmond. SeeWheels/B5

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Though the holiday season of 2013 is nearly ayear away, it's not too soon to think about giving awayvehicles. Any of the participating shops can be contacted to find out more. You can also call 541-389-2465. The participating shops are: • Wade Bryant's Auto Repair 8 Service Center, 324 SE Ninth St., Bend • Road Runner Auto Repair, 186 NE Revere Ave., Bend • Brandy's Automotive Service & Repair, 235 NE Lafayette Ave., Bend • Davis & Clark Auto Repair,156 NE Seward Ave., Bend • Intermountain Truck 8 Auto Repair, 61522American

Loop, Bend • Townsend Auto Repair, 1080 SE Highway 97, Bend •EARPS AutoRepair,340 NW Dogwood Ave.,Redmond • Redmond Auto Service, 1104 SW Lake Road, Redmond

• Marshall's Automotive, 2110 S.Highway 97, Redmond

Center provides activist resources By Ben Botkin The Bulletin

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ver wonder about this sign on your right as you're driving north on U.S. Highway 97? We stopped at McLagan's Taxidermy, asked what it meant and were told that you do indeed get a pair of gloves if you bring in an animal hide. These days, the gloves are from China — not from

• Obituaries, Death Notices:

the hides themselves, as they were years ago. But people do still bring animal

Details Onthe Obituaries page inside. Contact 541-617-7825, obitsC!bendbulletin.com

skins in, and artisans do make things from them. That's how we met Rainbow Eagle Dreamer. See photo story, Page B2.

WordsforWheelssponsors

Inside the Central Oregon Social Justice Center, a varietyof services are available. The center, which opened in October, has office space at 155 N.W. Irving Ave., Bend, for labor unions, immigration attorneys and nonprofit advocacy groups that strive for varied but interconnected causes like immigrant rights, health care access and collective

bargaining rights. The center, spearheaded by the Central Oregon chapter of Jobs with Justice, had an open house for the public Friday attended by more than 50 people. The concept

is believed to be the first in Oregon, said Uaju Dharmarajah, council representative of the Oregon American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 75. The center benefits its tenants in several ways. For example, it saves nonprofit organizations money by poolingresources together, said Dharmarajah, also chair of the Central Oregon chapter of Jobs with Justice. The monthly lease of $2,400, held by Jobs with Justice, is shared among all the participating organizations, with varying amounts based on the size of office

space. SeeCenter /B5


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Environmentalists try to halt roadwork on public lands inEastern Oregon

AROUND THE STATE GillnetterS file legal Challenge —Commercial fishermen have turned to the Oregon Court of Appeals to challenge a recent

change in the state's gillnet fishing rules. In addition to a Friday petition that asks the appeals court to review the validity of the changes, the fishermen have sent a letter to the Washington state Fish and

Wildlife Commission, asking it to push back agillnet rule change The Associated Press SALEM — An environmental group has asked a judge to block a federal agency from clearing 133 miles of washed out or overgrown roads on public land in Eastern Oregon without doing a n e n v ironmental analysis. The Oregon Natural Desert Association said in its lawsuit that the roads have been naturally reclaimed and are of no use, the agricultural publication Capital Press reported Friday.

Public officials and ranchers counterthat the roads are needed to manage livestock and for other reasons. The l a w suit c h a l lenges what it calls "landscape-scarring m e c hanical b l a d ing, grading, reconstruction and improvement" of the roads. I t said t h e w o r k i n t r o duces invasive weeds, fragm ents habitat, an d h a r m s water quality along stream crossings. The suit also says the work would allow m otorized ac-

cess within the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's 500,000acre Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area. The lawsuit said the agency excludes such maintenance from processes required by federal environmental law but claims it has failed to show the impact of the projects is insignificant. The agency didn't have an immediate comment on the suit, but public officials and ranchers did.

Harney County plans to intervene in the suit, said Steve Grasty, leader of the county commission. The roads are needed for livestock maintenance and fireresponse, he said, adding that the work appears to be normal maintenance. Roads on public lands are critical for ranchers and others inremote areas of Eastern Oregon, said Bob S k inner, chairman of the public lands committee of the Oregon Cattlemen's Association.

decision expected later this month. The Daily Astorian reports that a motion to stay enforcement of the new Oregon rules will be filed next

week. Last month, the OregonFishand Wildlife Commission voted to ban the use of gillnets to catch fish on the main stem of the Columbia River, relegating the primary commercial-fishing tool to side chan-

nels and tributaries. Washington's fish commission is expected to decide next week on similar rules. That could eliminate the centuriesold practice from both sides of the river.

Police ID suspect in Portland cold case —Portland police say a manwho died two years ago hasbeenidentified as the person responsible for a homicide that occurred more than adecadeago. Sgt. Pete Simpson says two sources cameforward last year to say James Edward Follett had confessed to killing 66-year-old Jack Har-

veyJonesin2002.Jones'bodywasfoundatahomeonSoutheast Division Street and he had visible head trauma. Homicide investigators didn't have much information at the time and the case went cold

until the new information was received. Simpson saysdetectives corroborated the new information, and the motive appeared to be rob-

Eugene grouptargets beer pong promotion The Associated Press EUGENE — A Eugene group trying to reduce binge drinking

by young people is calling on stores to stop advertising that appears to promote drinking games such as beer pong or tie alcohol sales to University of Oregon sports. The call comes from the Eugene Prevention Coalition, an effort by Lane County, the university and other groups in a town known for rowdy parties and a hard-drinking culture. Health officials say alcohol-related death rates in the county are twice the national

average.

types of things on this aisle," "High-risk alcohol use is very much tolerated in Carlson said. "That would be a our community. It's something that's considered change that we made here." State and federal grants are a rite of passage for our young people." paying for the coalition's cam— Lindsey Adkisson, Lane County health analyst paign, $180,000 a year over three years. The campaign a ims to counteract what i t "High-risk alcohol use is very Manager M a r c Ca r l son calls community acceptance much tolerated in our commu- showed KVAL-TV a beer dis- of binge drinking, which is asnity," said Lindsey Adkisson, play in advance of the Fiesta sociated with young people a Lane County health analyst. Bowl game on Thursday. and can lead to lifelong alcohol "It's something that's consid"Basically on a display like problems. "This is something I think is ered a rite of passage for our this, you might see some cups young people." or some table tennis balls," a community issue, and we reThe coalition cited a Safeway Carlson said. ally need to emphasize that this store southwest of the campus But the implements of beer is not going to be acceptable," as being one of the first of 20 pong are gone, replaced by said Paul Shang, the universi"snacks and chips and those ty's dean of students. stores to tone down displays.

bery. Follett was aheavy drug user and hadbeenasking neighbors for money before the homicide. Follett died from a drugoverdose.

Cars set off ammo scattered on road — OregonState Police say hundreds of rounds of ammunition were found scattered along State Route 58 south of Eugene and passing traffic set off

some of them. Noone was injured and no damagewas reported Friday morning. KVAL-TVreports that police don't know how the hundreds of.22-caliber shells and a box of.30-caliber rifle ammunition ended up on the roadway about a mile east of lnterstate 5 in the

Pleasant Hill area. Nearby businesses reported hearing the ammunition discharging as vehicles ran over it. Police say transportation department workers picked up the ammunition.

C(ad season disappoiuts —Fishermenalong the Oregon Coast say the Dungenesscrab catch has beendisappointing so far. The quality of the catch is rated high, but numbers arebelow expectations. The Oregonian reports the season was delayed a month to allow the crabs to beef up. It began this week. Astoria fisherman John

Corbin says that compared to last season, it's taking twice asmany pots to fill his boat. Corey Rock, who fishes from Newport, says that the numbers may turn out to be more like a normal year than some of

the banner seasons over thepast eight years. — From wire reports

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banjoist performs, with Matt Sircely; free; 9 p.m.; HideawayTavern, 939 S.E. Second St., Bend; 541-312-9898 or www.hideawaytavernbend.com. STRANGLED DARLINGS:The Portland-based alternative act performs; with Blackflowers Blacksun; $5; 9 p.m.; TheHorned Hand, 507 N.W.Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www.reverbnation. com/venue/t hehornedhand.

TODAY VFW BREAKFAST: Community breakfast with pancakes, eggs, ham or sausage; $8.50; 8:30-10:30 a.m.; VFW Hall,1503 N.E. Fourth St., Bend; 541-389-0775. "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: LES TROYENS":Starring Deborah Voigt, Susan Graham andBryan Hymel in a presentation of Berlioz's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $24, $22 seniors, $18 children; 9 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium168 IMAX, 680 S.W.Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. INDOOR SWAP MEET: Featuring 70 local vendors, with new and used items, antique collectibles, crafts and more; free admission; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 694 S.E. Third St., Bend; 541317-4847. SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for members plus museum admission; 11 a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. highdesertmuseum.org. POOL PARTY:The San Diego-based hip-hop act performs, with Mosley Wotta; $5 plus fees in advance, $10 at the door; 6:30 p.m.; TheSound Garden,1279 N.E. Second St., Bend; 541-633-6804 or www.bendticket. com.

SUNDAY Jan. 13 SECONDSUNDAY:John Daniel reads from a selection of his work, followed by an open mic; free; 2 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 541-3121032 or www.deschuteslibrary. org/calendar.

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Susan Graham as Dido In the Metropolltan Opera's "Les Troyens," playing at the Regal Old Mlll theater.

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Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. org.

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EVENT SHOW:Explore wedding services, with a gown fashion showand prizes; a portion of proceeds benefit the Bend Ronald FRIDAY McDonald House; $5 or four cans AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Tom of nonperishable food; 9 a.m.-4 TUESDAY DeWolf and Sharon Morgan read p.m.; The RiverhouseConvention HISTORYPUB:A screening of the from their book "Gather at the Table: Center, 2850 N.W.Rippling River documentary "Green Fire - Aldo The Healing Journey of a Daughter Court, Bend; 541-317-0450 or www. Leopold and a LandEthic for Our of Slavery and aSon of the Slave thecoshow.com. Time," about the conservationist Trade"; $5; 6:30 p.m.; Paulina POLAR BEAR WALK/RUN: 5K and Aldo Leopold; free; 7 p.m., doors Springs Books, 422 S.W.Sixth St., 10K races; proceeds benefit St. open at 6 p.m.; McMenamins Old Redmond; 541-526-1491. Thomas Academy; $25-$35; 10 a.m.; SUNDAY St.Francis School,700 N. W .Bond DANNY BARNES: The experimental St. Thomas Academy, 1720 N.W. St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www. banjoist performs, with Matt Sircely; 19th St., Redmond; 54 I-548-3785 or KNOW MONEY:REAL-LIFE mcmenamins.com. $10; 7 p.m., doors open at 5:30 www.redmondacademy.com. BURIED TREASURE: Discover p.m.; The Belfry, 302 E. MainAve., SATURDAYMARKET:Featuring local gold prospecting, metal detecting, Sisters; 541-815-9122 or www. vendors, with new and used items, treasure hunting, rock collecting WEDNESDAY mcmenamins.com. antique collectibles, crafts and more; and more, with an interactive gold FINN MILES:The Des Moines, lowafree admission; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Bend panning demonstration; free; 2 p.m.; "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: UN based folk group performs; free; 7-9 Masonic Center,1036 N.E. Eighth St.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 BALLO INMASCHERA":Starring p.m.; Green PlowCoffee Roasters, 54 I-977-1737. N.W. Wall St.; 541-312-1034 or www. Sondra Radvanovsky, Marcello 436 S.W. Sixth St., Redmond; 541AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Tom deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. Alvarez and Stephanie Blythe in 516-1128 or www.greenplowcoffee. DeWolf and Sharon Morgan read an encore performance of Verdi's KNOW MONEY:STRETCHING YOUR com. from their book "Gather at the Table: FOOD DOLLARS:Learnhow towork masterpiece; opera performance "FARGO":A screening of the1996 The Healing Journey of a Daughter transmitted in high definition; $18; within your food budget to create a R-rated murder-comedy by the Coen of Slavery and aSon of the Slave week of tasty, healthy meals; free; 2 6:30 p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium Brothers, starring William H. Macy Trade"; $5; 6:30 p.m.; Paulina 16 8 IMAX, 680 S.W.Powerhouse p.m.; Sisters Public Library,110 N. and Frances McDormand; $10 plus Springs Books, 252 W.HoodAve., Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. Cedar St.; 541-312-1032 or www. fees; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 Sisters; 541-549-0866. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or BEND COMMUNITY NOTABLESSWING BAND: Thebig www.towertheatre.org. CONTRADANCE:Featuring caller THURSDAY band plays swing, blues, Latin, rock MCDOUGALL:The Portland-based William Watson and music by Betsy 'n' roll and waltzes; $5; 2-4 p.m.; AUTHOR!AUTHOR!: Jennifer Egan, folkact performs, with Sassparilla; Branch and Mark Douglass; $7; 7 Bend Senior Center, 1600 S.E.Reed author of "A Visit From the Goon $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 p.m. beginner's workshop, 7:30 p.m. Market Road; 541-639-7734 or Squad" and "The Keep" speaks; $20- N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728dance; Boys 8 Girls Club of Bend, www.notablesswingband.com. 0879 or www.reverbnation.com/ $75; 6 p.m.; Bend High School, 230 500 N.W. Wall St.; 541-330-8943. CIRQUEZIVA: A performance of N.E. Sixth St.; 541-312-1027 or www. venue/thehornedhand. TRIAGE:Thecomedy tumbling, balancing and dexterity by dplfoundation.org. TONY SMILEY: The one-man rock improvisational troupe performs; the Golden Dragon Acrobats; $27THE DIRTYHANDFAMILYBAND: band performs, with Keez; $6; 9:30 $5; 7:30 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m.; $40 plus fees; 3 and7:30 p.m.; Tower The California-based country p.m., doors open at 8:30 p.m.; Silver Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W. Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; act performs, with Angel and the Moon Brewing 8 Taproom, 24 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. Badman; $6; 8 p.m.; TheHorned Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-3880803 or www.cascadestheatrical. org. Hand, 507 N.W.Colorado Ave., Bend; 8331 or www.silvermoonbrewing. org. 541-728-0879 or www.reverbnation. com. DAVID JACOBS-STRAIN:The com/venue/t hehornedhand. Oregon blues man performs; $15MONDAY NO SKYPROJECT:The Los Angeles$20 suggested donation;8 p.m ., SATURDAY based hip-hop act performs, with doors open 7 p.m.; HarmonyHouse, CIRQUEZIVA: A performance of The Madhappy Allstars, Theclecktik 17505 Kent Road, Sisters; 541-548tumbling, balancing and dexterity and more; free; 9 p.m.; Astro Lounge, Jan. 12 2209. by the Golden Dragon Acrobats; CENTRAL OREGON WEDDING5 DANNY BARNES: The experimental $27-$40 plus fees; 7:30 p.m.; Tower 939 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-388-

TUESDAY Jan. 15 "A CORNISHFAMILYIN GEORGETOWN, COLORADO,18751912":Bend Genealogical Society presents a program by Marilyn Burwell on research methods and townspeople; free; 10 a.m.; First Presbyterian Church, 230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend; 541-317-9553 or www. orgenweb.org/deschutes/bend-gs. LUNCHANDLECTURE: Learn about forest ecology, conditions and management, bringa sacklunch; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65and older, $7 ages 5-12, free ages 4and younger; noon-1 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www. highdesertmuseum.org. LOUDONWAINWRIGHTIII: The folk artist performs, with Dar Williams; $35-$45 plus fees; 7:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. org.

WEDNESDAY Jan. 16 "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: AIDA":Starring Liudmyla Monastyrska, Olga Borodina and Roberto Alagna in anencore performance of Verdi's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted in high definition; $18; 6:30 p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541382-6347. GIRAFFEDODGERS: The Portlandbased folkand bluegrass act performs; free; 7 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www.mcmenamins.com.

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proposed changes in the hopper in Salem that could change the law for the worse. One says that email communication does not constitute a meeting. That change should be relatively harmless, but there is potential for abuse. It would be ridiculous if city councilors or county commissioners had to declare a public meeting each time they emailed each other. Their emails can already be obtained through a public records request and that doesn't change under this proposal. One of the reasons for this legislative concept, though, is some tumult about what the law says. A court found that Lane County Commissioners Pete S orenson and Rob Handy violated the state's public meeting laws in 2009. The court said the commissioners held private, serial one-on-one meetings. It was for the purpose of deciding how to vote on aides for the commissioners. There were never enough comm issioners present during t h e meetings to constitute a quorum. That decision caused some confusion about what is permissible. Emails are not the same thing as a meeting. But emails that get passed

around could also be viewed as private, serial, one-on-one meetings. So it's a good step to clarify the law's intent. At the same time, email sent within a quorum of board members could also be a deliberate attempt to evade the meaning of public meeting laws. Public officials should not use it that way. The second proposed change is a legislative concept that says factgathering activities and on-site inspections of property are not public meetings. This is trouble. Imagine if al l t h e m embers of the Bend City Council went around on fact-gathering activities as the basis for a new $60 million water project for the city. With the proposed change in the law, the council wouldn't have to tell the public what it's doing. The councilors may not ostensibly be making a decision or even deliberating toward a decision. They still would be doing something the public should know about. The Legislature should not allow public meetings to become a sham where decisions have already been made behind closed cloors.

Park district needssolid fundraising agreements t's a detail that may h ave slipped some voters' minds, but the Bend Park 8 Recreation District has said from the beginning that while all property owners will pick up the tab for the basics covered by its bond measure approved last fall, donors will provide the money to bring several projects in the measure to fulfillment. Thus the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance likely will raise money for completion of the proposed whitewater park on the Deschutes at the Colorado Avenue bridge; skateboarders and pickleball players will be expected to add funds for new facilities for their sports, and soccer groups will contribute for more soccer fields. That's not a new approach for the district. Sports groups have long helped shape and pay for facilities that their members want to use,and there is no reason to stop now. What there is reason to do, however, is to spell out as carefully and in as much detail as possible the relationship between private contributors and the public park district itself.

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One need only think about the current tensions between the district and the United Senior Citizens of Bend to understand how critical that is. The district and the seniorshave been at odds for months over just who agreed to what when the two came together to build the district's Senior Center on Reed Market Road. The seniors' group contributed money to that project and moved into the center when it opened in 2001. Things worked well for a time, but, dissatisfied with changes in the way the center was being run, the group moved out in 2011. The seniorsbelieve the agreement has been breached; the district argues that changing needs among its patrons have dictated changes in programs at the center, changes it has always had the right to make. Going into a series of new agreements with ne w g r oups, district officials should keep their problems wit h U n i ted S enior Citizens in front of them. A good agreement is one that makes clear the obligations and expectations of all parties to it.

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should not impede this innovation and the jobs it creates." William Hardie Bend

Praise to Sen. Ron Wyden for his proposed legislation to set industry standards for ISPs that impose data limits on their customers. While the purported reasons given by ISPs for imposing data caps on their customers is to relieve network congestion and improve network performance for everyone, there is currently no data to support the claim that data caps improve overall network operation. There is, however, substantial data to support the fact that revenue and profit are improved by charging customers for data use over their limit. Cable television companies, which also provide Internet service, are put in the position of having one branch of their business directly competing with another (cable television offerings versus streamingtelevision over the Internet). One strategy for them to protect their business model is to impose data caps on Internet use to discourage streaming (Netflix) and encourage cable television viewing. Local cable monopolies are in a unique position to limit customer choice and thereby increase profit to the detriment of the consumer. Wyden's legislation would appropriately put the Federal Communications Commission in charge of overseeing how ISPs measure data use "to ensure limits on monthly usage are designed to manage network congestion, not just create revenue for business." As Wyden so rightly says, "Internet use is central to our lives and to our economy. Future innovation will undoubtedly require consumers to use more and more data. Data caps

Gun rights not absolute As we begin a national conversation about gun rights after the Newtown slaughter, editorial pages around the country are filling with letters advocating gun ownership. H The Dec. 28 Gun ownership is my right" letter by Jason Burleigh to The Bulletin is an excellent example. Unfortunately the letter also shows gun rights advocates' misunderstanding of the Constitution and subsequent Supreme Court interpretations of the Second Amendment. The right to own guns, like all other rights set forth in the Constitution, is not absolute. The original purpose of the amendment, ensuring that all adult white males had a rifle in their home, is not a current concern — nor may it everbe again.The only significant Supreme Court ruling on this was penned by Justice Antonin

Scalia (a well-known gun advocate) just four years ago. In it he leaves open multiple ways the government can legislate restrictions on the time, manner and place of gun ownership. Semi-automatic assault rifles and high capacity clips certainly can fall under legal regulations based on Scalia's ruling. The weapons used in many recent mass killings are machines our founding fathers could not have ever dreamed of. They are the nightmare of lawenforcement because they are so quick to kill and reload. Keeping them out of the hands of killers, be they in an alternate reality or not,

only makes sense. They may find other means to kill but few, if any, are as accessible, efficient and difficult to defend against. Jim Roberts Bend

Letter on gunsmissespoint The letter from the well-meaning gentleman who wrote in recently claiming he didn't need a large-capacity clip on his rifle to kill a deer totally misses the point on the right to bear arms. The Second Amendment isn't about hunting; it's about the right of a citizen to defend himself from all things, including a tyrannical government. "A militia, when properly formed, is in fact the people themselves."Sen. Richard Henry Lee, 1788 George Washington understood that an armed citizenry is all that stands between us and tyranny. David Chamberlain Terrebonne

Need to withstand pressure from extremists Thank you, The Bulletin, for your thoughtful editorial cartoons and the letters to the editor, which encourage calm, informed discussion of ways to make our schools, colleges, malls, workplaces, theaters, restaurants, civiccenters and streetssafer from assault rifles and large-capacity military magazines. I hope our readers and legislators engage in respectful, fact-based discussion and have the courage towithstand pressure from extremists.

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Assault rifles are not the same as assault weapons A By Dennis Dietrich recent headline in The Bulletin referred to an "assault rifle ban.n The headline was over a well-written Dec. 20 article by Associated Press writer Steven DuBois. KOIN Local 6, the Salem Statesman Journal and many other news outlets headlined: "Kitzhaber Open to Restrictions on Assault Weapons." The Bulletin, however, changed the headline into "Kitzhaber open to assault rifle ban.n Why is this important'? Although the evolution of many decades of firearms-relatedlaws has generated some confusion on terminology, there remains a significant difference in the common understanding of what "assault weapons" are, which the article was about, and "assault rifles." An assault weapon was defined by the (now expired) federal Assault Weapons Ban in the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 as one with a pistol grip, collapsible stock, detachable multi-round

magazine and other mostly cosmetic features. Assault weapons fire single rounds with each pull of the trigger, just as do hunting rifles. After a round is fired, a new one is pushed into the chamber. However, such a ssault weapons are often frowned upon because they are black, have a similar appearance to a r estricted assault rifle, and look dangerous and scary to

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guns") are generally defined as rifles capable of "selective fire." They have a switch that allows them to change from single fire (pull the trigger once, it fires once) to fully automatic (pull the trigger once, it fires repeatedly until the trigger is released or the ammunition is exhausted). Civilian ownership of assault rifles has been heavily restricted in the United States since 1986whenthe Firearms Owners' Protection Act amended the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Gun Control Act of 1968 by, among other things, prohibiting "the transfer

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or possession of machine guns ..." except by "... government agencies, and those lawfully possessed before ... May 19, 1986." Machine guns, or selective fire rifles, can otherwise only be owned and used by the military and police organizations. Kitzhaber cannot ban them more than federal law already has. The current national discussion regarding firearms is occurring in many places, from the White House to the halls of Congress, from television to the print media, from Web-based news reports to social media. In any one of these forums, you can observe people using terms they clearly do not understand, and making statements about firearms and the laws that are completely wrong. If we are to have an intelligent, meaningful national discussion on this issue, it is incumbent on each of us, especially the media that has vast influence on what people understand and believe, to understand

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the topic and be completely accurate. The Bulletin's use of the term "assault rifle" instead of "assault weapon" was likely an innocent change in terminology. Many others make such mistakes: President Barack Obama has committed similar misspeaks, as has Brian Williams on NBC. Then the wire services pick it up and publish things in print that are simply wrong. Then members of Congress grab hold and opine incorrectly. Beingthus influenced by the correct or false opinions of others is known as an informational cascade, and lately the dissemination of bad information by these cascades has been particularly rampant. I am sure no news organization wants to deliberately mislead their

readers orviewers, especially during the current national crisis and debate. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (www.atf.gov) has a wealth of information on their website, and one particular document, which the above quotes were taken from, should be required reading by anyone reporting on or writing headlines on this issue: The National Firearms Act Handbook. In the current difficult times the country is going through, accurate and factual reporting is more important than ever. The Bulletin could focus on being a leader in breaking the false informational cascades, and make sure they do not contribute to them. — Dennis Dietrich livesin Bend.


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BITUARIES DEATH NOTICES Charles E. Sanders, of Portland, OR June 4,1922- Dec. 30, 2012 Arrangements: Crown Memorial Center Milwaukie,503-653-7076 Services: No services are planned at this time

George James Larson, Jr., of Redmond April 9,1919- Jan. 3,2013 Arrangements: Autumn FuneralsRedmond (541-504-9485) www.autumnfunerals.net Services: A private celebration of life will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to:

Humane Society of Redmond, 1355 NE Hemlock Avenue, Redmond, OR 97756.

DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around theworld: Gerda Lerner, 92:Pioneer in women's history and founder of the first women's studies graduate program; she was a charter member of the National Organization for Women. Died Wednesday in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Sheardownsheltered Americanescapees from embassyin Iran door, suspicious calls w ere commonplace,theircarwas reWhen m i l i tant ra d i cals peatedly searched. "We were already living in seized the U.S. Embassy in Iran in November 1979, they intend- danger," Sheardown's w i fe, ed to take all its employees hos- Zena, said in a n i n t erview tage. But five were elsewhere Wednesday. "And certainly the in th e e mbassy compound danger was compounded beand escapedcapture.After six cause we were hiding, literally tense days of furtively moving hiding, fugitives." around Tehran, one of them, Sheardown, she said, died Robert Anders, placed a call in Ottawa, Ontario, where he to a Canadian diplomat with lived, after being treated for whom he played tennis, and Alzheimer'sdisease and other asked for help. ailments. "Hell, yes, of course," the S heardown was born o n diplomat, John Sheardovtm, an- Oct. 11, 1924, in Sandwich, Onswered. "Count on us." tario, a small town absorbed by The five employees had by Windsor in the 1930s. At 18, he then been joined by a sixth. joined the Canadian Air Force Four ended up being hidden and flew a bomber in World for nearly three months in the War II, once crash-landingnear home of Sheardotxm, the Cana- an English village after limping dian Embassy's No. 2 official, back from an attack on Gerwho died Sunday at 88. The many. He broke both legs, but other two found refuge with was able to crawl to a pub door the Canadian ambassador, Ken at 3 a.m. and rouse the owner. Taylor. He asked for a glass of Scotch, The episode, which came which the owner gave him. The to be known as the "Canadian owner then asked for payment caper," was a footnote to the while Sheardown waited for an Iranian hostage crisis, in which ambulance — a story Shearyoung Iranian revolutionaries down relished. seized the U.S. Embassy and He joined Canada's immigraheld 52 people hostage for 444 tion service in the early 1960s days to try to force the U.S. to and later transferred to the Forreturn the deposed shah from eign Service, where he specialNew York, where he was be- ized in immigration matters. ing treated forcancer.A fterthe He was busy in Tehran with shah died in July 1980 in Egypt Iranians who wanted to leave and war erupted between Iran the country, as well as with and Iraq, negotiations with the Afghans who had fled their U.S. led to the release of the country after the Soviet Union hostages in January 1981. invaded it in December 1979. The concealment and ex- His houseguestsbecame an oftrication of the U.S. diplomats ficial part of his responsibilities by the Canadian government after the Canadian Parliament and the CIA inspired the recent held its first secret session since movie "Argo." Though Shear- World War II to approve the down is not mentioned in it rescue mission, which included — public recognition always issuing the Americans fake Cagravitated to Taylor, who is nadian passports. portrayed in the film as a hero While in Tehran, the Ameri— his role was nevertheless cans in hi s r ented 20-room consequential. house occupiedthemselves by "Without hi s e n thusiastic listening to news on a shortwelcome, we might have tried wave radio, reading, playing to survive on our own a few Scrabble and cards and, by more days," Mark Lijek, a re- their own admission, drinking tired Foreign Service officer, copiously. They had to leave the wrote in Slate last year. "We house only once, when the ownwould have failed." er hada real estate agent show Sheardown's avu n c ular, it to a potential buyer. The two pipe-puffing manner led his Americans staying with Taylor houseguests to call him Big were spirited to the Sheardown Daddy. He bought groceries at house for Thanksgiving and different stores to disguise his Christmas. household's suddenly l arger T he diplomats posed as appetite. He bribed the garbage members of a film crew who collector with money and beer had supposedly been scoutfor thesame reason. Surveil- ing locations. They had been lance, including tanks at the taught how to speak like Canaend of the street, was constant. dians — for instance, by ending Strangers knocked on the front sentences with "eh?" New Yorh Times News Service

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Continued from B1 Winters said there are p lanning r e c ords t h a t back up th e city a greement to provide water to all approved phases of Tetherow, including those not yet built. The city neglected to provide these documents in the previous version of the water plan, but will no w ad d t h em, Winters said. "We didn't put it in the record because it happened so long ago," Winters said. "From our perspective, that was done and no one appealed it."

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Continued from B1 Those org a n izations i ncludes t h e A FS C M E chapter; the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 555; Causa, an immigration rights advocacy group; the Human Dignity Coalition; Hect 8 Norman, Immigration Attorneys; and I m m i grant Law Group. There's more than just savings from the arrangement, though. For example, if a union member needs assistance with an immigration-related issue, attorneys and advocates are nearby. As a result, the entities can work together on issues, Dharmarajah said, adding that the work isn't done. "In five years, I h o pe we've outgrown this space," he said. Non-tenants can tap the center's resources too. A conference room with room for 15 people is available for nonprofits without space of their own for events. "By us pooling our resources, we're able to of-

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Chuck Campbell, 79, middle, and Bill Morris, 75, right, look over health care data during the Social Justice Center open house Friday night in Bend. Dave Stranahan, left, said that the room pictured is an example of what the collaborative center offers — a universal workroom with fax machines and copiers. fer this free to other groups," Dharmarajah said. Steve Williamsen, union representative for the UFCW Local 555, said the center is a good way for his organization to connect with others and be involved in the community. M elissa A d am s G i a n oplus, executive director of the Human D i g nity C o a lition, which advocates for the LG-

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ual, transgender and queer — community. " It enables us to be i n a building in a great downtown location, where as a nonprofit we would never be able to afford it," she said. In addition, having all the o rganizations a v ailable i s great for networking with others, she said. — Reporter: 541-977-7185; bbothin@bendbugetin.com.

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Roseburgpair restoring 65-year-old Stinsonplane By Inka Bajandas Roseburg News-Review

"I'm not interested in the 'zoomers.' f like the

ROSEBURG Harry nostalgia of (the Stinson). I'd get there, but it Baumgardner first flew a Stinson Flying Station Wagon as would probably take me an extra day ... but a young man after a chance I'd get there in style." encounter at a Ca l i fornia — Dave Olson, plane's owner airport. He worked for an airplane mechanic in Taft, Calif., and washed and tended a Stinson. thing," Olson said. getting undisturbed time, he One day, the ovtmer, to BaumThe goal is to make the 65- sard. "It's just keeping people gardner'ssurprise, off ered to year-old airplane appear new, let him fly the small passenger he said. out of the hangar so you can "I decided this is a classic work," Olson said. "Everyplane. "He said, 'I don't fly it as aircraft. You don't do some- body that comes in the door often as I ought to,' and I said, thing wild and crazy," Olson has a suggestion." 'Idon't know how to fly one said. "The color is Stinson MaStill, he's tinkered with the of those things,' and he said, roon. It's an original color they Stinson all winter, Olson said. 'Let's go,'" Baumgardner said. put on the Stinson." "Usually, you take the winBaumgardner, who learned Olson said he was attracted ters and not use your flying to fly while in the Navy, quick- to the plane and wanted to re- season, which is spring, sumly got the hang of controlling store it because it's classy and mer and fall," he said. the plane. more refined than a fast plane. Olson said he's not sure "I'm not interested in the when the restoration will be "Right then, I fell in love with that particular airplane, 'zoomers.' I like the nostalgia complete. and I've wanted one ever of (the Stinson)," Olson said. "My only plan is to get it fin"I'd get there, but it would since," he said. ished," he said. "I've got to get In 1999, the Roseburg man probablytake me an extra day it together so we can get it up got his wish when he pur... but I'd get there in style." and we can get Harry up in chased a 1947 Stinson in ColoThe model is called a Flying it again. That's important to rado Springs, Colo. Now, at 86, Station Wagon because, along me." he's helping return the plane with four passengers, it can B aumgardner s ai d h e ' s to its former glory. carry a bit of cargo, Baum- p leased Olson w a nted t o About a year ago, Baum- gardner said. spruce up the Stinson in which gardner sold the plane to his It isn't the first plane on they fle w t o gether m a ny flying buddy Dave Olson, 65, which Olson has worked. Af- times. "Dave and I have had a lot of Roseburg. The two have ter 22 years as an Army helispent the past five months at copter pilot, he built a couple fun with this airplane," Baumthe Roseburg Regional Airof experimental aircraft. But gardner said. "He's a great port restoring the plane to this is his first time restoring guy." near original condition. an older plane. After he took the plane They painted the plane maParts fo r t h e ai r p lane apart, it started to feel a lot roon to cover a garish yellow, haven't been hard to find be- more like the kit planes he recovered the seats, replaced cause he buys them from a built in the past, Olson said. aging wiring and refurbished man in California who colThere was a difference. "I the instrument panel. lects Stinsons, Olson said. got this guy to come with it," "We're redoing the whole The challenging part has been he said.

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cords show that county officials put a lot of thought into how to provide water and sewer service to Tetherow, Winters said. The practice was allowed under the 1996 Bend Area General Plan, a blueprint f or how th e c it y w o u ld develop, and a 2003 city o rdinance, and n o o n e appealed those decisions, Winters said. Deschutes County planners will participate in the city response to LUBA. The city also met with officials from t h e s t ate land use agency, the Department of Land Conservation and Development. "We will have the county's support, we will have the Tetherow folks' supp ort, hopefully w e w i l l have (the Department of L and Conservation a n d Development's) support," Winters said. Other dev e l opments outside the urban growth boundary where the city provides u t i l i t ie s are Pronghorn, Widgi Creek and Seventh MountainResort. All three are connected to the city sewer system, and the city sells treated wastewater to Pronghorn to water its golf courses. The Tetherow a g reement also guarantees the city will provide sewer services to all approved phases of Tetherow. Winters said the city provides the same guarantee to development approved within the city l i mits. "Because we are obligated to serve (Tetherow), we would treat them like any development in the city." This means that as with other approved developm ent projects, th e c i t y must reserve sewer capacity to serve future buildings at the resort. The city sewer system is at capacity and although city officials have said there is no moratorium, b u sinesses that want to open in certain areas of the city must consult with city workers to figure out a way to connect. After attorneys f i nish a mendments to th e c i t y water facilities plan, the City Council will vote on whether to approve it. Firestone said the issue could come before the council as early as February. — Reporter: 54b617-7829, hborrud@bendbultetin.com

Wheels Continued from B1 A client of Saving Grace, a Central Oregon nonprofit that shelters abused women, got a donated vehicle. "Saving G race w a s tremendously ap p r eciative that one of our shelter r esidents received a c a r t hrough th e W o rd s f o r Wheels program," Trish Meyer, assistant executive director said in an email. " The gift o f a c a r h a s brought her one very important step closer to gaining i n dependence a fter having left everything behind to escape an abusive situation. She, and Saving Grace, are very grateful to the automotive shops who came together to develop this program." In Russell's case, she's now back on the job as a h ome-care provider a n d has already gained two clients. She's grateful it gives her a chance to help others. "The car has made so much of a change as far as my s e lf-esteem" she said. "I get to do the work I love, which is helping out our seniors, which is just awesome." — Reporter: 541-977-7185, bbothin@bendbulletin.com


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Hwy. 20 at Santiam Pass...... Carry chains or T. Tires Hwy. 26 at Government Camp.. Carry chains or T. Tires Hwy. 26 at Ochoco Divide..... Carry chains or T. Tires

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00..30/24/sn. 30/23/sn Hartford,CT.....39/20/0 00...36/20/s.. 37/27/c Sacramento......57/30/000... 57/41/c...54/40/r Springfield, MO ..45/16/000 ..43/24/pc.. 36/22/s Atlanta .........51/30/000..51/40/pc.. 55/32/s Helena..........22/ 3/0 20..25/10/pc..29/21/c St.Louis.........41/24/000..43/26/pc..33/21/s Tampa..........61/55/011..73/61/sh.76/57/sh Atlantic City.....39/28/0.00...39/30/5.46/32/pc Honolulu........78/64/0.00...78/72/s.. 78/72/s Salt Lake City.....20/7/000 ..27/15/pc .. 34/21/c Tucson..........58/40/000...61/33/s .. 66/38/s Austin..........45/37/0I3..53/35/sh.. 59/30/s Houston ........50/43/0 00..56/40/sh.. 61/38/s SanAntonio.....44/38/0.14 .. 53/37/sh.. 62/32/s Tulsa...........50/20/0.00... 49/25/s .. 47/25/s Baltimore .......42/23/000...40/29/s. 44/29/pc Huntsville.......48/28/0.00 ..48/32/pc.. 49/27/s SanDiego.......65/43/000...64/47/s...61/48/r Washington,DC..46/27/000... 42/33/s. 47/31Ipc Billings........38/24/000...37/20/s.. 43/22/s lndianapolis.....29/18/000..34/26/pc.33/18/pc SanFrancisco....55/40/000...57/46/c...55/46/r Wichita.........45/12/000...42/22/s .. 42/25/s Birmingham.....51/26/000 ..50/35/pc. 54/28/s Jackson, MS.....53/29/0.00. 54/36/sh.. 56/28/s SanJose........60/36/000..60/44/pc...55/43/r Yakima.........30/18/000 30/25/sn..31/25/rs Bismarck.........28/5/000... 20/6/pc .. 28/17/s Jacksonvile......55/46/000...63/52/c. 62/45/sh SantaFe........ 28/1/000... 32/17/s .. 36/18/s Yuma...........64/40/000... 65/44/s. 67/45/pc Boise............22/3/000 ..24/17/pc.35/19/sn Juneau..........35/30/0.12.. 35/30/rs..36/31/rs INTERNATIONAL Boston..........38/21/0.00...37/22/s ..38/28/rs KansasCity......40/16/0.00 ..38/19/pc.. 34/21/s Budgeport,CT....38/28/000...38/26/s. 40/29/pc Lansing.........33/25/0.00..31/26/sn. 32/19/sn Amsterdam..,,,,50/46/000.. 48/45/c 46/39/c Mecca..........86/68/000 90/63/s .. 93/64/s Buffalo.........33/27/000 ..31/26/pc. 36/19/sn LasVegas.......51/30/000...53/38/s .. 54/35/c Athens..........58/46/000..55/44/pc. 45/37/sh MexicoCity .....72/46/000 69/45/pc 66/44/pc Burlington,VT....36/16/000...21/10/s.. 29/8/sn Lexington.......38/25/000..38/30/pc.. 38/23/c Auckland........70/59/000... 75/58/s. 71/58/sh Montreal.........32/5/007...16/I0/s .. 14/4/sn Caribou,ME.....25/6/007.... 7/5/5...10/qyc Lincoln...........30/9/000..33/13/pc.. 32/18/s Baghdad........60/39/000... 63/48/s. 64/49/pc Moscow........32/30/002... 23/19/c ..19/11/si Charleston, SC...57/35/000...61/43/s. 59/41/sh Little Rock.......48/26/0.00..48/29/pc .. 49/25/s Bangkok........86/75/0.00... 96/77/s. 96/77/pc Nairohi.........73/57/0.0077/55/pc. .. 79/59/sh Charlotte........51/22/000...53/36/s. 55/30/pc LosAngeles......66/46/000...65/49/s...60/50/r Beiyng...........27/I/000.... 20/5/s .. 21/5/pc Nassau.........82/72/000 ..77/70/pc. 77/72/pc Chattanooga.....49/26/0.00..49/32/pc.. 48/27/s Louisville........41/28/0.00..39/30/pc.37/23/pc Beirut..........66/55/000 .. 58/51/sh. 57/52/sh New Delh/.......55/37/000... 65/44/s .. 65/43/s Cheyenne.......46/18/000...37/16/s.. 44/20/s Madison WJ.....31/11/000..30/18/pc. 27/12/pc Berli0...........50/43/000...46/43/c ..43/40/c Osaka..........41/28/000 ..42/34/pc.45/37/pc Chicago.........36/13/000 ..35/27/sn.32/24/pc Memphis....... 49/26/000. 49/33/pc ..47/28/s Bogota.........70/41/000...67/44/s .. 67/43/s Oslo............39/27/000 ..35/28/pc.. 32/24/c Cincinnati.......39/29/000..38/30/pc.35/22/sn Miami . . . . 83/66/001 81/69/pc 81/68/pc Budapest........50/41/000..44/31/pc.. 33/33/c Ottawa..........30/3/003...17/11/s..15/1/sn Cleveland.......28/24/000 ..33/29/sn. 36/24/sn Milwaukee......30/13/000..32/25/pc. 30/19/pc BuenosAires.....90/68/000 ..87/73/sh.. 93/75/s Paris............50/48/000...43/39/c .. 49/44/c ColoradoSpnngs.50/11/000..42/19/pc.. 48/23/s Miuneapol/s.....30/15/000..24/10/pc. 22/14/pc CaboSanLucas ..73/59/000..75/57/pc. 77/57/pc Riode Janeiro....80/77/000... 83/73/t...89/75/t Columhia,MO...39/16/000 ..40/22/pc. 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• Amateur associations are turning Central Oregon into a regional hubfor tourneys By Zack Hall The Bulletin

CentralOregon's 2013 golf calendar is loaded with regionally significant golf tournaments. And some of them

Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel celebrates

a touchdown by Ben Malena in the second half of the Cotton Bowl Friday in Arlington,

are going to look mighty familiar. This season the Oregon Golf Association or its parent Pacific Northwest Golf Association are slated to host five events in Central Oregon. The Ameri-

can Junior Golf Association will also return for the third consecutive year to Sunriver Resort. F our of th e t ournaments — t h e PNGA's men's and women's senior team championships, OGA's Mid-Amateur Championship and the AJGA event — are joining the Oregon Open Invitational as annual staples of the Central Oregon golf calendar.

C hampionship, which w il l b e h e l d June 23-26 at Sunriver Resort's Crosswater Club, figures to be the premier Why'? tournament in Central Oregon this "Central Oregon is a wonderful re- summer. gion for championship golf," says ScotThe Golf Channel is scheduled to ty Crouthamel, the PNGA's director of televise the event, once again shining rules and competition. "Not only is the the bright spotlight of national televigolf vast and diverse, but the area has sion on the region. so many other activities and attracNowhere is Central Oregon's emertions to take part in while attending a gence as a regional tournament hub championship." more apparent than with the PNGA. The PGA P r ofessional National See Tournament/C4

Texas.

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Texas A8I rolls over Oklahoma

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Johnny Manziel tiptoed the sideline for a

Fiesta Bow cou el(e 's ast wit t eDuc s

23-yard touchdown on Texas AB M's first drive

of the game. The Heisman Trophy-winning quarter-

back known as Johnny Football and the10th-

ranked Aggies were just getting warmed up in the Cotton Bowl.

There were plenty more

• The Browns,Bils and Eaglesareall looking to land Oregon's coach

highlights after that

nifty run. In his first game since becoming the first

freshman to win the Heisman, Manziel set a Cotton Bowl-record with 516 total yards and accounted for four TDs

By Anne M. Peterson The Associated Press

as the Aggies capped their first SECseason

The Oregon Ducks enter the offseason with uncertainty over coach Chip Kelly's continued tenure and possible NCAA sanctions. But at the same time, the team faces a future with a strong foundation that includes redshirt freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota and speedy sophomore running back De'Anthony Thomas. Fifth-ranked Oregon finished this season 12-1 with a 35-17 victory over No. 7 Kansas State in Thursday night's Fiesta Bowl. It was the Ducks' fourth straight trip to a BCS bowl game and second consecutive bowl win. It is also the third straight season that Oregon has finished with 12 wins. The team's lone loss this season

with a 41-13 win over 12th-ranked Oklahoma

on Friday night. "There is too much talk about how you per-

form after the Heisman and about the layoff and all of that," Manziel said.

"There wasn't anything

holding us back. No rust, there was no noth-

ing. We played as aunit. ... To go out and win

11 gamesand dowhat we've done, is impressive." With first-year coach

Kevin Sumlin and their young star quarterback, the Aggies (11-2) fit right in with the SEC after leaving the Big 12. They broke the SEC record with their 7,261 total yards this season (the first over 7,000

after 633 in Cowboys Stadium). Theyalso averaged more than40 points a game.

— The Associated Press

came to Stanford on Nov. 17. But since a 48-24 victory over Oregon State in the Civil War to end the regular season, much of the focus has been on Kelly and whether he will make the jump to the NFL. At least three pro teams — the Cleveland Browns, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Buffalo Bills — appear to have interest in Kelly, who devised Oregon's quickstrike spread offense. And the Ducks would no doubt love to keep him, too. It seems inevitable that Kelly will leave. Last year in the offseason he entertained interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers but decided to stay at Oregon because of what he called "unfinished business." Ducks fans at the Fiesta Bowl made their feelings clear by chanting "We want Chip!" during the victory celebration. Nike co-founder and Oregon mega-booster Phil Knight proclaimed to a reporter following the game: "I was one of 'em." See Ducks/C2

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Crook County's Jessie Maley-Loper, middle, is boxed in by La Pine defenders Makenzie Huddleston, right, and Cheryce Foreman during the second half of Friday night's game at La Pine High School.

® ~~~' Upcoming bowls Today 10 a.m., BBVA

Compass Bowl, Pittsburgh vs. Mississippi, ESPN

Sunday 6 p.m., GoDaddy.com

Ross D. Frankim /The Associated Press

Bowl, Kent State vs. Arkansas State, ESPN

Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, left, laughs with Marcus Mariota after the Fiesta Bowl Thursday in Glendale, Ariz. Oregon defeated Kansas State 35-17.

Monday 5:30 p.m., BCS National

Championship, Notre Dame vs. Alabama, ESPN

NBA

• Crook County senioJessi r eMaley-Loper scores 26points in a roadwin at La Pine Bulletin staff report LA PINE — Showing little rust after a 15-day layoff, Crook County used a strong second half to roll past host La Pine on Friday, besting the Hawks 67-58.

Seniorguard Jessie MaleyLoper played one of the best

games of her career, scoring a season-high 26 points while recording nine steals, six assists and five rebounds. Freshman post Kimmer Severanceadded

17 points and 15 rebounds as the Cowgirls outscored the Hawks 30-23 in the second half to take control of the nonleague girls basketball contest. "She's shooting the ball with confidence and creating a lot of opportunities with her athleticism," Crook County coach Dave Johnson said about Maley-Loper. See Cowgirls/C4

NFL PLAYOFFS

Vikings, Packers set for 'Groundhog Day' By Nancy Armour The Associated Press

CYCLING Portland's Wesley Matthews scored 21 points to lead the

Blazers to a roadvictory over Memphis on Friday

Blazers defeat Grizzlies, 86-84 Missed shot by

Memphis allows Portland to escape with victory, C3

Report: Armstrongmayadmit to doping By Juliet Macur New York Times News Service

Lance Armstrong, who this fall was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping and barred for life from

competing in all Olympic sports, has told associates

and anti-doping officials that he is considering publicly admitting that he used banned

performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions during his cycling career, accordingtoseveral people with direct knowledge of the

situation. He would do this, the people said, because he wants to persuade anti-doping officials to restore his eligibility so he can resume his athletic career. See Armstrong /C4

GREEN BAY, Wis. — It's not just wild-card weekend in Minnesota and Green Bay. It's Groundhog Day. Six days after facing off in the regular-season finale, and fiveweeks aftertheir first meeting of the season, the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers are at it again tonight. This is no yawner of a sequel, though, not when the stakes are win or winter vacation.

"Like I tell the team, it doesn't matter who comes out of that tunnel, I don't care what color they have on," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "It's about fundamentals, matchups, and that's what we're focused on We're playing at home, it's going to be a great environment.... The Vikings obviously have done a great job to get into the tournament, and we respect that, but this is a different deal. See Groundhog /C3


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ON THE AIR: TELEVISION TODAY BASKETBALL 8 a.m.:Men's college, Pittsburgh at Rutgers, ESPN2.

9 a.m.:Men's college, Wake Forest at Duke, ESPNU.

9:30a.m.:W omen'scollege, NW Missouri State at Pitt State, CBSSN.

10:30 a.m.:Women's college, Oklahoma at Texas,Root

Sports. 11 a.m.:Men's college, Texasat Baylor, ESPNU.

11 a.m.:Women's college, Purdue at Nebraska, CBS. Noon:Men's college, Stanford

1:30p.m.: NFL,playoffs,AFC wild-card game, Cincinnati

Bengals at Houston Texans, NBC. 5 p.m.:NFL, playoffs, NFC wildcard game, Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers, NBC.

GOLF 2:30 p.m.:PGATour, Hyundai Tournament of Champions, firstand second rounds, Golf

Channel. WRESTLING 4:30 p.m.:College, Boise State at Oregon State (taped), Pac-12 Network.

BASKETBALL

NATIONALFOOTBALL LEAGUE AH TimesPST

NFL 8:30a.m.:W omen's college,St. John's at Rutgers, ESPNU.

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

10:30 a.m.:Women's college,

John's at Cincinnati, ESPNU.

1 p.m.:Women's college, Notre

Florida State at Maryland, ESPNU.

Dame at Connecticut, CBS.

11 a.m.:Women's college, Cal

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

at Colorado, Pac-12 Network.

Carolina State at Boston College, ESPN2.

12:30p.m.:Women'scollege, Vanderbilt at Mississippi, ESPNU.

Loyola Marymount at St.

1 p.m.:Women's college, Arizona at Washington, Pac-12

at Virginia Commonwealth, NBCSN. 2 p.m.:Men's college, Utah at Arizona, Pac-12 Network.

1:30 p.m.:Men's college, Temple at Kansas, CBS. 2:30 p.m.:Men's college,

Mary's, Root Sports. 2 p.m.: Men'scollege,Lehigh

3 p.m.:Men's college, Murray State at Southeast Missouri State, ESPNU.

3 p.m.:High school, Montverde (Fla.) vs. Simeon (III.), ESPN2. 5 p.m.:Men's college, Gonzaga at Santa Clara, Root Sports. 5 p.m.:NBA, Portland Trail Blazers at Minnesota

Network.

Wichita State at Bradley, ESPNU.

2:30 p.m.:Men's college, Florida at Yale, NBCSN.

2:30p.m.:Women'scollege, Oklahoma State at Baylor, Root

Sports. 5p.m.:Men's college, Colorado at Arizona State, Pac-12 Network.

Timberwolves, Comcast

5 p.m.:Men's college, Tulsa at

SportsNet Northwest.

SMU, Root Sports. 5 p.m.: Men's college, North Carolina at Virginia, ESPNU.

6:30p.m.:Men'scollege, Washington at Washington State, ESPNU.

8 p.m.:Men's college, Cal at USC, Root Sports.

SOCCER 9a.m.: FA Cup, third round,

West Ham vs. Manchester United, Fox.

MOTOR SPORTS 10 a.m.:Off-road racing, Lucas Oil Challenge Cup(taped), CBS. FOOTBALL 10a.m.: Highschool,U.S.Army All-American Bowl, NBC. 10 a.m.:College, BBVA Compass Bowl, Mississippi vs. Pittsburgh, ESPN. 10 a.m.:College, NCAA FCS Division I, final, North Dakota State vs. Sam Houston State, ESPN2.

7 p.m.:Men's college, Oregon at Oregon State, Root Sports. FOOTBALL 10 a.m.: NFL,playoffs,AFC wild-card game, Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens, CBS. 1:30p.m.:NFL, playoffs,

NFC wild-card game,Seattle SeahawksatWashington Redskins, Fox.

6 p.m.: College,GoDaddy.com Bowl, Arkansas State vs. Kent State, ESPN.

GOLF Noon:PGA Tour, Hyundai Tournament of Champions, third round, NBC. 3 p.m.: PGA Tour, Hyundai

Tournament of Champions, third round, Golf Channel.

ON THE AIR:RADIO TODAY FOOTBALL 10 a.m.:College, BBVA

Timberwolves, KBND-AM 1110, KRCO-AM 690.

SUNDAY

Compass Bowl, Mississippi vs. Pittsburgh, KICE-AM 940.

BASKETBALL 5p.m.:NBA, Portland Trail Blazers at Minnesota

BASKETBALL 7 p.m.:Men's college, Oregon at Oregon State, KICE-AM 940, KBND-AM 1110.

Listingsare the mostaccurate available. TheBulletinis not resPonsible for late changesmade by TV orradiostations.

SPORTS IN BRIEF FOOTBALL

association Friday in New York

before stopping for the night.

Reid, ChiefS agree on

The sides remained apart all

deal —Andy Reid officially became the newhead coach of

day, buffered by the presenceof federal mediator Scot Becken-

the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday. The longtime Eagles coach

baugh, who shuttled backand forth between the hotel where

signed a five-year deal, two

the union is working, and the

people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The

league office. Similar talks were scheduledtoday.The lockout

people spoke oncondition of

reached its111th day Friday, and

anonymity because they weren't authorized to discuss the terms

thesides have only oneweek to

reach a deal on acollective barof the contract. TheChiefs have gaining agreement that would scheduled an introductory press allow for a 48-gamehockey conference for Monday. season — the minimum the NHL has said it will play.

GOLF FirSt day of PGAOPener WaShed out —The PGATour season now starts today. Wind squalls that howled down off the

mountains aboveMauiwereso severe Friday that tour officials scrapped the first round of the Tournament of Champions. All

scores were erased —only 20

WINTER SPORTS U.S. teen winsWorld Cup SlalOm —Mikaela Shiffrin is living up to her billing as skiing's next big star. The17-

year-old captured a slalom by a massive 1.19-second margin Friday night in Zagreb, Croatia,

becoming the first American

players in the 30-man field even

woman to win two World Cup had scores on their cards — and races before turning 18. Her the round will start over today first career victory came last with 36 holes. m onth in Sweden. She leads the World Cup slalom standings and

HOCKEY Sides meet withmediat0f — A federal mediator held over12 hours of separate talks with the NHL and the players'

Today Boys basketball: Arington atCentral Christian,2 p.m.; TrinityLutheranat Paisley,4:00 p.m.; Culver at Waldport, 4p.m. Girls basketball: Cu verat Waldport, 2:30 p.m.; Trinity Lutheran at Paisley, 5:30p.m. Swimming: Bendat LebanonInvite, TBD,Summit, Ridgeview,Redmond, Madras, MountainViewat Jay RowanInvitational at CascadeAquatic Center, 10a.m. Alpine skiing: OSSA at Mt Bacheor, GiantSlalom, Cliffhanger/1-5,10a.m. Nordic skiing: OISRA jamboree at Diamond Lake, noon Wrestling: Ridgeview,Gilchrist, Sisters at LaPine Invite, 10am.;Culver atJosephHiTournamentin Joseph,11a.m.

FOOTBALL

Missouri State at Pitt State, CBSSN.

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

ON DECK

SUNDAY

at UCLA, Pac-12 Network.

Noon:Men'scollege,NW

COREBOARD

even overtook Lindsey Vonnas the top American in the overall standings. Frida Hansdotter of

Sweden wassecond and Erin Mielzynski of Canada was 1.76 behind in third. — From wire reports

Playoff Glance Wild-card Playoffs

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2 35 Pittsburgh RAVENS— COLTS: OUT . GJoe Reitz (concus- Mississippi Sunday sion) QUESTIOA NBLE: RBDelone Carter (ankle), Go Daddy.com Bo wl NT Antonio Johnson(ankle), T Winston Justice 4 (shoulder), C AQ. Shipley (knee), STomZbikows- ArkansasSt 2 Monday ki (knee). PROB ABLE: LB Pat Angerer (igness), BCSChampionship LB Jerrell Freeman(thumb), LB Dwight Freeney 8.5 95 Not r e Dame 4, 6-0 (not injury related), DT Kellen Heard (igness), Alabama QB AndrewLuck (knee), LB Robert Mathis (not ASB Classic inlury related), DE Cory Redding(quadriceps), C Friday Samson Satele(ankle), T BradleySoweg(igness), TENNIS At ASB BankTennis Centre CB TeddyWiliams(knee). RAVENS:QUESTIONAuckland, NewZealand ABLE:WRTandon Doss (ankle), S BernardPollard Professional Purse: $236,000 (Intl.) (chest), GJah Reid(toe). PRO BABLE: RBAnthony Surface: Hard-Outdoor HopmanCup Allen (head), TEBilly Bajema(head), WRAnquan Singles Friday Boldrn (shoulder), LB Dannel Egerbe(ankle), CB Semifinals At Perth Arena Chris Johnson (thigh), DEArthurJones(thigh), RB YaninaWickmayer (3), Belgium,def. MonaBarPerth, Australia VontaLeach(knee, ankle), LB RayLewis (triceps), thel (8)tGermany,def.6-4, 1-6, 7 6(3). Purse: $1 million (ITFExhibition) LB Albert Mcclelan(shoulder,thigh), DEPernell AgnieszkaRadwanska (1), Poland, def. Jamie Surface: Hard-Outdoor McPhee (thigh), DTHaloti Ngata(knee), GKelechi Hampton,UnitedStates, 7-6(4), 7-6(3). Round Robin Osemele(knee), RBBernard Pierce (ankle), S Ed Group A Reed(shoulder), CBJimmySmith (abdomen), WR Brisbane International Serbia 3, Germany0 TorreySmith(knee), LBTerreg Suggs(biceps), G Friday NovakDjokowc,Serbia, def.TommyHaas, GerMarshalYanda(shoulder, knee). At QueenslandTennis Centre SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at WASHINGTON many 6-2,6-0. Brisbane, Australia Ana Ivanovic, Serbia,def. TatjanaMalek, GerREDSKINS —SEAHAWKS: PROBABLE: CBJerPurse: Men,$486,000(WT250);Women,$1 emy Lane(knee), RBMarshawnLynch(back). RED- many,6-0,6-1. million (Premier) Novak IvanovicandAnaDjokovic, Serbia,def SKINS: QUESTIONABLE:SDeJonGomes(knee),G Surface: Hard-Outdoor Kory Lichtensteiger(ankle). PRO BABLE: LBLorenzo Thanasi Kokkinakis Australia, and TatjanaMalek, Singles Germany,6-2, 7-5 (scorestandsas6-0, 6-0; Haas Alexander(shoulder), DEStephen Bowen (biceps), Men QB Kirk Cousins (igness), LB London Fletcher withdrewwith aninjury andwasreplacedby KokQuarterfinals (ankle), WR Pierre Garcon(foot), QBRobert Gritfin RI kinakis). MarcosBaghdatis, Cyprus,def.GigesSimon(3), Group B (knee), CB DeAngelo Hall (elbow),LBRyanKerrigan France,6-3, 6-4. South Africa 2, France1 (ankle), CWil Montgomery(knee),WRJoshuaMorKei Nishikori(5),Japan,def.AlexandrDolgopoChanegeScheepers, South Africa, def. Mathilde gan (hand,toot), SJordanPugh(ankle), PSavRocca Johansson, lov (4),Ukraine,6-4, 7-6(3). France,4-6, 6-4, 6-4. (right knee), S Madieu Wiliams (elbow). Grigor Dimitrov,Bulgaria, def.JurgenMelzer(7), Jo-WilfriedTsonga,France,def. KevinAnderson, Austria, 6-3,6-2. SouthAfrica,7-6(4), 7-6(3). AndyMurray(I), Britain, def.DenisIstomin,UzChanegeScheepers and KevinAnderson,South College Africa, def. Mathilde Johanssonand Jo-Wilfried bekistan,6-4, 7-6 (3). Women FBS BowlGlance Tsonga,France,6-3, 1-2, retired. Semifinals Subjectto Change Serena Wi l iams (3), UnitedStates, def. Victoria AH TimesPST Qatar Open Azarenka (1), Belarus,walkover Friday Anast asia Pavlyuchenkova, Russia, det. Lesia Friday, Jan. 4 At The Khalifa International Tennis &Squash Tsurenko,Ukraine,4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Complex Cotton Bowl Doha, Qatar TexasA8M41, Oklahoma13. Purse: $1.11 million (WT250) Today, Jan. 6 BBVACompassBowl Surface: Hard-Outdoor BASKETBALL Singles Pittsburgh (6-6) vs. Mississippi (6-6), 10 a.m. Semifinals (ESPN) Men's college RichardGasquet (2), France,def. Danie Brands, Sunday,Jan.6 Germany,7-5, 7-5. Friday's Games GoDaddy.comBowl NikolayDavydenko,Russia, def. DavidFerrer (1), EAST Kent State(11-2) vs ArkansasState (9-3), 6 p.m. Spain, 6-2,6-3. lona 66,Siena62 (ESPN) Loyola(Md.) 71,Rider65 Monday, Jan. 7 ChennaiOpen Manhattan 55, St.Peter's 53 BCS National Championship

Ducks

RhodeIsland59, Brown47 Yale61,HolyCross54 SOUTH Alabama A8M 88,JacksonSt.87,20T Alabama St.69,GrambingSt.56 Georgia52,GeorgeWashington 41 Memphis85, Tennessee80 Mississippi95,Fordham68 SouthernU.50, PrairieView45 TexasSouthem57, AlcornSt 48 Tu ane 62,Wofford 48 MIDWEST Saint Louis67,SavannahSt.59 Valparaiso74,ClevelandSt.50 SOUTHWES T SamHoustonSt.61,TexasABM-CC57 FAR WEST Hawai90, i CalSt.-Fugerton88

Friday's Games EAST Canisius65,Siena62 Fairfield64,Loyola(Md.) 54 Fordham 71, AmericanU.50 lona 76,Niagara65 Marist 62,Rider47 SOUTH Alabama A8M66,Jackson St.48 Alabama St.68,Grambling St.60 Howard61,Temple 58 Richmond 65, Navy59 Southern U60 PrairieView55 TexasSouthern61, AlcornSt. 45 YoungstownSt 58,VCU45 MIDWEST RlinoisSt.72, N.Iowa41 IndianaSt 55, Bradley54 UCF59,BowlingGreen56 SOUTHWES T Sam Houston St.65,TexasABM-CC 46 FAR WEST Arizona71, Washington St. 65 California55, Utah50 ColoradoSt.97, S.DakotaTech53 SouthernCal56, OregonSt. 55 Stanford57, Colorado40 UCLA89,Oregon80 Washington77,ArizonaSt.74

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

American League BALITMOR EORIDLES—ClaimedC Luis Martinez off waiversfromTexas. CLEVELANDINDIANS —Agreed to terms with

RHPBrett Myersonaone-yearcontract.

NEW YORKYANKEES Claimed INF-OF Russ

Canzleroff waiversfromCleveland. TEXASRANGERS—Announced 0 Eli Whiteside clearedwaiversandwasassigned outright to Round Rock(PCL). TORONTOBLUEJAYS— Claimed RHPChadBeck off waiversfromPittsburgh National League PITTSBU RG H PIRATES—Named Carlos Garcia managerof Altoona(EL), FrankKremblas manager ot Bradenton(FSL), MichaelRyanmanager of West Virginia (SAL),DaveTurgeon manager of Jamestown (NYP),Milver Reyesmanager of theGCLPirates and Keoni DeRenneot the Dominican Summer League team. ST.LOUIS CARDINALS NamedBryan Eversgerd pitchingcoachtor Memphis (PCL); ScottEnsell trainer for Springfield(Texas),ArthurAdamspitching coach,RogerLaFrancois hitting coachand Keith Joynt trainerfor PalmBeach(FSL); DannBilardel o managerandMikePetrarca trainerfor Peoria(MWL); Oliver Marmolmanagerand DanMartin trainer for State College(NYP); 0iver Marmol manager and TonyReyestrainer for JohnsonCity (Appalachian) and JobelJimenezhitting coachfor the Cardinals

(GCL).

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association NEW ORLEANSHORNETS— Waived F Domrnic McGuire.

FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—Signed WR Britan Goldento areserve/Iuturecontract. HOUSTONTEXANS— Placed LBTim Dobbinson injuredreserve.SignedLBCameronCollins fromthe practicesquad. KANSAS CITYCHIEFS—NamedAndyRerdcoach. Announcedgeneral manager Scott Pioli andtheteam have"mutually partedways." NEW YOR KGIANTS—Signed OT Matt Mccants, OT Levy Adcock, G StephenGoodwin, TELarry Donnell, DE Matt Broha,CBLaron Scott, QBCurtis Painter, LB JakeMuasau, WRBrandon Collins, CB TrumaineMcBride, WRKevin Hardy,GMichael Jasper DTBobbySkinnerto reserve-future contracts NEW YORKJETS—SignedCBCif Harris andLB DannyLansanahto reserve/tuturecontracts. PHILADELPHIAEAGLES— Named CB Chri s Hawkins. WASHING TON REDSKINS—Restored CBCedric Griffin tothe53-manroster. COLLEGE FIU — Named RonTurnerfootball coach. FLORIDA —AnnouncedTEJordanReedwil enter the NFLdraft. GEORGI— AAnnounced LBJarvis Joneswil enter the NFL drafl. I.SU—Announced SEric Reidwil entertheNFL draft. UTAHSTATE—Named Kevin McGiven offensive coordinatorandquarterbacks coach. WISCON SIN—Announced CTravis Frederickwil enter theNFLdraft.

"To be able to just kind of go through that and to learn from it, you know, it's going Continued from C1 to make me a betterquarterback for fuThe buyout for Kelly's contract with Orture years." egon is $3.5 million. CLEVELAND — Chip Kelly is close to Then there is Thomas, who scored on "I'll listen and we'll see," Kelly said taking his fast-paced offense to the NFL. a 94-yard return of the opening kickoff about his NFL prospects. He also said he Thursday against Kansas State. It was the A person familiar with the negotiations hopes to wrap up a decision quickly. longest all-purpose play in Oregon bowl says the Cleveland Browns are A person close to the team who spoke history. Thomas has a school-record 509 nearing a deal with Oregon's offensive all-purpose yards on just 19 touches in his on the condition of anonymity because mastermind to be their next coach. Kelly's future had not yet been decided two career bowl games. The Browns interviewed Kelly on Friday told The Associated Press that offensive The Fiesta Bowl was the final game for and the Ducks coachwas supposed coordinator Mark Helfrich is considered several notable Oregon players, including to meet with Philadelphia in Arizona. the front-runner to succeed Kelly as head running back Kenjon Barner, who broke However, a person familiar with the coach, but Oregon state law requires the out in his senior season after the deparinterviews says theEaglesare "heading university to interview at least one qualiture of LaMjchael James to the NFL. in another direction" because Kelly is fied minority candidate for the job. Barner finished the season with 1,767 nearing a deal with Cleveland. Whether Kelly o r s omeone else is yards rushing, the second-best total in — The Associated Press coaching the Ducks next season, he will school history to James' 1,805 yards last likely have to deal with the fallout from season. an NCAA investigation into the school's For his career, Barner finished with use of recruiting services. they want to talk to us again, we'll con- 5,848 all-purpose yards, 21 yards shy of The inquiry is the result of reports that tinue to cooperate fully," Kelly said. "I feel James' UO career record. His 42 career surfaced in 2011 concerning payments confident in the situation." touchdowns are also second to James (58) Oregon made totwo such services,includWhile Oregon awaits th e h earing, in the Ducks' record book. ing a $25,000 check sent to Willie Lyles which could be scheduled as early as this The defensive side loses linebacker Miand Houston-based Complete Scouting spring, the Ducks appear solid on the chaelClay,one of the team's leaders. The Services in 2010. Lyles had a relationship field for next season and perhaps beyond senior had nine tackles in the Fiesta Bowl with a player who committed to Oregon. with rising offensive stars Mariota and and was named the defensive player of Last month, Yahoo Sports reported Thomas. the game. "Right now, things are a kxt more surthat Oregon is headed toward a hearing Mariota set the team's single-season with the NCAA committee on infractions record with 38touchdowns (32 passing, real than anything else," Clay said afterbecause the two sides could not come to five rushing, one receiving), surpassing ward. "The last time playing with these an agreement on appropriate sanctions. the previous mark of 36 shared by Darron guys, taking off the pads, the last time in Yahoo cited two unidentified sources. Thomas (2011) and Akili Smith (1998). an Oregon jersey. You're kind of surreal Earlierthis year, Oregon requested a The first freshman named to the Pac- and in a daze right now." 12's all-conference first team in 23 years, summary disposition in the case. The Kelly spoke after the Fiesta Bowl alschool presented a report to the infrac- Mariotapassed for 2,739 yards, complet- most as though he too was saying goodtions committee outlining violations the ing a school-record68.5 percent of his bye, although only time will tell. "It's a special place with special people," school believed occurred and appropriate passes.He had 3,429 yards oftotaloffense, sanctions. But that request was apparent- second only to Smith's 3,947 in 1998. Kelly said of Oregon. "They accepted me ly turned down. The 6-foot-4 dual-threat quarterback six years ago when I was at New HampThe NCAA does not comment on ongo- from Hawaii credited Kelly for the season. shire. Not many people knew about me. "The success, all that's happening with Gave me an opportunity to come here. It ing investigations. "We've cooperated fully with them. If this offense, is from him," Mariota said. really means a lot."

Brownscloseto deal withKelly


SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

NBA ROUNDUP

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The Associated Press MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The P ortland Tr a i l Blaz e r s turned up the defense down the stretch to turn back the Grizzlies. Wesley Matthews scored 21 points, J.J. Hickson added 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Portland beat Memphis 86-84 on Friday night. Rudy Gay's jumper from near the top of the key was off the mark as time expired, allowing the Trail Blazers to

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Memphis Grizzlies' Rudy Gay, right, contests a shot by Portland's Wesley Matthews during the first half of Friday night's game in Memphis.

sell Westbrook scored 27 points, Kevin Durant added 26 and Oklahoma City bounced back from a rare home loss to beat Philadelphia. Cavaliers ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Bobcats ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kyrie Irving scored 33 points, including a pull-up jumper from the foul line with one second left, to l i f t C l eveland over Charlotte. C eltics..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 P acers...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 BOSTON — Kevin Garnett scored 18 points before he was ejected for a flagrant foul in the fourth quarter, and Boston

snapped a four-game losing

streak. P istons.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5 H awks..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 A UBURN H I L LS , M i c h . — Austin Daye had a seasonbest 20 points and D etroit guys were going to do, and I the Grizzlies offensively in the earned its fourth consecutive thought down the stretch we third quarter. But it didn't help victory. guarded that." Memphis in the fourth. Kings..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 "We went to Marc and we Nicolas Batum and Damian R aptors..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 6 Lillard added ll points apiece w ent to Rudy down i n t h e TORONTO — D e M arcus for the Trail Blazers with Lil- post, but obviously Z-Bo is Cousins scored a season-high lard also handing out eight as- the guy that we rely on in the 31 points and matched his casists, as Portland won for the post down the stretch," Mem- reer high with 20 rebounds, ninth time in its past 12 games. phis coach Lionel Hollins said. John Salmons scored eight "Anybody who loses one of Marreese Speights had a of his 20 points in the fourth season-high 22 points and 13 their best players is going to quarterand Sacramento beat rebounds for the Grizzlies in feel it, and we felt it at a crucial Toronto. place of Zach Randolph, who part of the game." Rockets ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 missed the game with flu-like Also on Friday: Bucks.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 symptoms. Gay had 19 points, B ulls... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 M ILWAUKEE — Ja m e s but was eight of 21 from the H eat..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Harden scored 29 points to field. Marc Gasol scored 12 MIAMI — C a rlos Boozer lead Houston to a victory over points and had a career-best scored 27 points and Chicago Milwaukee. eight blocks. Darrell Arthur dominated on the boards to J azz..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 7 contributed 10 points off the become only the third visit- Suns .......... . . . . . . . . . . ..80 Memphis bench. ing team to win in Miami this PHOENIX — Al Jefferson " We didn't play l i k e w e season. scored 21 points and Paul Millwanted to," Gasol said. "We Nets..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 sap added 19 to lead Utah past let them set their defense and Wizards ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 slumping Phoenix. shoot their shots. I think it was WASHINGTON Joe Clippers.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 more on us than on them." J ohnson's jumper w it h 0 . 7 Lakers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Randolph, th e G r i z zlies' seconds left i n t h e s econd LOS ANGELES — Chris leading rebounder and sec- overtime lifted Brooklyn over Paul had 30 points and 13 asond-leading scorer, missed Washington. sists, Blake Griffin added 24 his first game of the season. Thunder.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 points, and the Los Angeles Speights made up the differ- 7 6ers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 C lippers led all the way i n ence, particularly in carrying OKLAHOMA CITY — Rus- beating the Lakers.

NBA SCOREBOARD Standings NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

ConferenceGlance AllTimesPST EASTE RN CON FERENCE tN L Pc t G B 22 9 . 710 '/~ 22 10 .688 20 u . 645 2 d-Chicago 18 13 .581 4 Indiana 19 14 .576 4 Brooklyn 18 15 .545 5 Milwaukee 16 1 5 .516 6 Boston 15 17 .469 7 '/i Philadelphia 15 19 , 441 8 '/z Orando 12 20 .375 10'/~ Detroit 13 2 2 .371 1 1 Toronto 12 2 1 .364 1 1 Charlotte 24 .250 14'/~ Cleveland 4 8 26 .235 15'/~ Washington 2 7 .129 1 8 WEST ERN CON FERENCE tN L Pc t G B d-Oklahoma City 25 7 . 781 d-LA. Clippers 26 8 . 765 d-SanAntonio 26 9 7 4 3 I/2 GoldenState 22 10 .688 3 Memphis 20 10 .667 4 Houston 19 14 , 576 6 ' /z Portland 17 15 .531 8 Denver 18 16 .529 8 Minnesota 15 14 .51 7 8'/~ Utah 17 1 7 .500 9 L.A. Lakers 15 1 7 .469 1 0 Dallas 13 20 .394 12'/z Sacramen to 13 20 .394 12'/z Phoenix 12 2 2 .353 1 4 NewOrleans 7 2 5 .219 1 8 d-divisionleader d-Miami d-New York Atlanta

Friday's Games Cleveland106,Charlotte104 Sacramento105Toronto96 Brooklyn115,washington03,20T Detroit85,Atlanta84 Portland86,Memphis 84 Oklahoma City109, Philadelphia85 Boston94,Indiana75 Chicago 96, Miami89 Houston115,Milwaukee101 Utah87,Phoenix80 LA. CI ppe rs107, LA. Lakers102 Today's Games Bostonat Atlanta,4 p.m. Milwaukee atIndiana, 4p.m. NewYorkatOrlando,4 p.m. Houston at Cleveland,4:30 p.m. Sacramento atBrooklyn, 4.30p.m. Port andat Minnesota, 5p.m. NewOrleansatDalas, 5:30 p.m. Philadelphiaat SanAntonio, 5:30 p.m. Utah atDenver,6 p.m. GoldenStateat L.A.Clippers, 7:30p.m.

Sunday'sGames Oklahoma Cityat Toronto,10am. Washington at Miami,3 p.m. Charlotte at Detroit, 4:30p.m. MemphisatPhoenix, 5p.m. Denver at LA. Lakers,6:30p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Blazers 86, Grizzlies 84 PORTLAND (86)

Batum4-110-011, Aldridge5-15 5-715, Hickson 7-13 5-819, Lillard5-140-011, Matthews8-14 0-0 2h Fteeland0-40-0 0, Barton 2-30-0 4, Price0-0 0-0 0, Babbit2-6 t 0-05, Pavlovic 0-10-0 0. Totals 33-81 10-1586.

MEMPHIS(84)

Gays-212-219,Speights7-158822,Gasol511 2-212, Conley2-82-26, Allen2-90 04, Arthur5-10 0-010, Bayless 0-1 0-00, Ellington2-54-4 9, Haddadi 1-10-02.Totals 32-81 18-1884. Portland 24 23 25 14 — 86 Memphis 25 25 22 12 — 84 3-Point Goal— s Portland 10-27 (Matthews58, Batum3-8, Lillard 1-4, Babbitt 1 5, Barton 0-1, Pavlovic0-1), Memphis2-5 (Gay1-2, Ellington1-2,

Conley 0-1). FouledOut—None.Rebounds—Portland 50 IAldridge12), Mem phis 52 (Speights 13). Assists Portland 22 (Lilard 8), Memphis13 (Conley, Gasol 3). TotaFous —Portland14, Memphis18. A— 15,823(18,119).

323, Vesely1-21-43. Totals 43-91 18-31113. Brooklyn 20 3 2 26 151111 — 115 Washington 30 25 24 1411 9 — 113

Pistons 85, Hawks 84

Rockets 115, Bucks101 HovsT0NI115)

Parsons 2-81-2 5, Morns0-70-00, Asik6-71-4 13, Harden0-185-729, Lin 3-82-28, Douglas8-14 0-018, Patterson6-7 3-418, Delfino 8-11 0-022, Smith 0-00-00, Anderson0-10-00, Motiejunas0-0 0-00, Aldrich0-10-00, Machado1-10-02. Totals 45-83 12-19 115.

MILwAUKEE I101) Udoh3-44-410, MbahaMoute3-9 2-2 8,Sanders2-30-24, Ellis5-192-212,Jennings6-152-216, Henson5-101-311, llyasova4-61-1 u, Udrih 4-5 3-511, Duneavy4-82-212, Haais3-60-06, Daniels 0-2 0-0 0.Totals 39-87 17-23 101. Houston 23 24 30 38 — 115 Milwaukee 21 37 14 29 — 101

Bulls 96, Heat 89 CHICAGO (96)

Deng2-92-2 6,Boozer12-17 3-527, Noah5-0 3-413, Hinrich3-82-210, Hamilton3-60-07, Belinelli 3-8 0-0 7,Gibson1-63-4 5 Robinson5-9 2-2 13,Butler2-6458 Totals36-80192496. MIAMI (89) James81413-1630, Haslem23004, Bosh512 4-4 14,Chalmers2-60-0 5, Wade7-11 7-922, Battier1-6 0-0 3, Anthony0-1 0-0 0, Allen2-3 0-0 5, Cole 3-80-26, Miller 0-1 0-00 Totals 30-65 24-31 89. Chicago Miami

ATLANTA (84) Korver 3 91-110,Smith 8-173 520, Horford913 0-3 18,Teague2-9 0-0 5, Wiliams6-15 0-017, Jenkins0-20-0 0, Pachulia3-5 3-5 9,Johnson 0-3 5 65, Tolliver0-20-00. Totals 31-7512-20 84.

DETROIT (85) Prince 2-121-2 6, Max< el 4-6 2-5 10,Monroe 5-14 8-1018,Knight4-0 0-0 8, Singler 1-3 0-02, Stuckey5-110-1 10,Drummond3-5 0-0 6, Daye911 0-1 20,Villanueva0-4 0-0 0, Bynum2-8 1-2 5. Totals 35-8512-21 85. Atlanta 20 16 26 22 — 84 Detroit 25 26 23 11 — 85

Kings105, Raptors 96 SACRAMENTO (105) Salmons7-14 5-7 20, Thompson7-11 0-0 14, Cousins11-189-12 31, Thomas4-63-411, Garcia 1-7 0-0 3, J.Johnson 3-82-2 8, Fredette1-3 1-24, Hayes1-1 0 02, Brooks34007, Robinson231-3 5,Honeycutt0-10-00.Totals 40-76 21-30105. T0R0NT0I96) Pietrus1-1 0-0 3, Davis4-10 3-611, Gray0-2 0-2 0, Calderon 5-0 0-013, DeRozan3 0 8-1014, A.Johnson 0-0 0-2 0, Anderson7-174-4 20, Fields 3-50-1 6, Lowry5-1010-1224,Ross1-70-03, Acy 0-2 0-0 0, Lucas1-3 0-0 2. Totals 30-79 25-37 96. Sacramento Toronto

Cavaliers106, Bobcats104

Celtics 94, Pacers75 INDIANA(75) George4-18 1-39, West 4-18 2-2 10, Hibbert 361-2 7, Augustin2-41-1 6, Stephenson1-6 2-45, T.Hansbrough7-115-8 19, G.Green1-81-2 3, Mahinmi 2-5 0-2 4,B.Hansbrough1-4 2-25, Johnson 2-3 2-2 7, Pendergraph0-2 0-0 0. Totals 27-85 17-28 75. BOSTON (94) Pierce5101-313, Bass1-522 4, Game t 816 2-218, Rondo9-140-218, Bradley 3-110-06, Collins 0-01-21, Sullinger2-73-6 7,JGreen1-40-02, Terry 2-81-1 6,Lee6-90-0 13, Barbosa3-4 0-06, Vatnado0-10-00. Totals 40-8910-1894. Indiana 16 19 16 24 — 75 Boston 15 32 22 25 — 94

CLEVELAND(106) Gee3 7 2-48,Thompson810 3-419,Zeller38 3-6 9, Irving10-21 10-1033, Miles7-140-0 18, Wa ton 2-6 0-04, Wa iters 3-6 3-5 9, Livingston3-6 0-06. Totals39-7821-29106. CHARLOTTE (104) Taylor 5-100-011, Warrick1-4 2-2 4,Biyombo 1-20-02, Walker4-82-411,Henderson6-111-217, Kidd-Gilchrist 3-101-2 7,Sessions4-11 12-1220, Haywood 0-01-21, Thomas2-60-0 4, Gordon0203-427,Adrien0-0 0-00,Diop0-0 0-0 0.Totals 37-82 22-28 104. Cleveland 29 33 24 20 — 106 Charlotte 23 25 26 30 — 104

Jazz 87, Suns80 UTAH(87)

Thunder 109, 76ers 85 PHILADELPHIA(85) TYosng5-100-010, Turner2-7 0-05, Allen4-10 0-0 8, Holiday7-130-015, Richardson4-10 0-09, Hawes3-110-0 6, Wright4-80-011, N Young5-12 6-821, Wayns 0-20-00, Wilk>ns0-1 0-00. Totals 34-84 6-8 85. OKLAHOMA CITY(109) Durant8-159-10 26, Ibaka6-10 3-415, Perkins 2-7 0-04,Westbrook10 173-4 27,Sefolosha2-4 2-2 7, Co lison3-50-06, Martin 5-92-216, Thabeet1-3 1-3 3, Jackson2-41-2 5, Liggins0-0 0-00, Maynor 0-1 0-0 0.Totals 39-75 21-27109. Philadelphia 21 2 124 19 — 85 OklahomaCity 2 22 4 32 31 — 109

Nets115, Wizards113 (2 OT) BROOKLYN (115) Wallace2-5 3-4 7, Evans1-21-2 3, Lopez8-15 11 14 27,Wiliams9-233-3 24, Johnson 7-142-4 18, Blatche6-0 1-1 13, Bogans3-9 1-1 8, Stackhouse 0-23-33,Taylor0-00-20,Teletovic2-40-06, Brooks3-40-26. Totals 41-89 25-36115. WASHINGTON (113) Webster4 12 4-4 14, Nene8 124-5 20, Okafor 6-101-713, Temple3-101-2 8, Beal10-192-2 24, Seraphin1-94-46,Mack1-40-02, Crawford9-131-

Ma.WIIIams0-3 0-00, Milsap9-161-219, Jefterson8-175-521, Tinsley1-2 0-0 2, Foye6-10 0-0 13, Favors5-11 0-010, Watson 0-3 0-00, Hayward 7-15 0-014,Carroll 2-50-04,Burks2-70-2 4, Evans 0-0 0-0 0.Totals 40-89 6-9 87.

PHOENIX (80)

Tucker0-10-00,Scola 7-171-215, Gortat7-94-6 18, Dragic 8 16 0017, Dudley6-10 3-316, Brown 0 40-00, Beasley0-00-00,Morris1-70-02,O'Neal 0-1 0-00,Telfair4-70-010,Johnson1-30-02,Marshall 0-00-00.Totals34-75 8-11 80. Utah 25 17 29 16 — 87 Phoenix 31 9 22 18 — 80

Clippers 107, Lakers 102 LA. tAKERS(102) WorldPeace1-6 0-0 2, Gasoi 1-60-02, Howa rd 8-145-11 21,Nash3-4 3-312, Bryant15-257-838, Jamison0-00-00, Meeks3-13 6-614, J.Hill 4-6 5-8 13,Morris0-2 0-00 Totals 35-76 26-36102. LA. CLIPPERS I107) Butler 1-4 3-4 5,Griffin 9-165-724, Jordan4-6 0-1 8, paul11-25r-7 30, Green4-61-1 10,Odom 4-60-09,Turiaf2-21-35, Barnes2-92-28, Bledsoe 4-80-08,Hollins0-0 0-0 0.Totals 41-82 19-25 107. LA.Lakers 22 29 20 31 — 102 L.A. Clippers 29 3 2 2 6 20 — 107

a guy on each side of him and a guy in front of him, we've HOUSTON — The Houston got a good opportunity." Texans were looking forward Then Lewis got serious. "He's been an incredible to enjoying a bye this week Time:Today, 1:30 p.m. before beginning their work PST (NBC). player and he's fun to watch if you're not preparing to play in the playoffs as the AFC's Line:Texans by 4/2. top seed. the Texans," Lewis said. "He's Adout the Bengals(10-6): Instead, a terrible month in a great model for young playHave earned back-to-back which they lost three of four ers to look at and be like. He playoff berths for first games dropped the Texans to really is something." time since 1981-82. Last the third seed. It has them in Houston defensive coorplayoff win wasagainst the exactsame spotas a year dinator Wade Phillips, who Houston in January 1991. ago, hosting the Cincinnati h as been coaching in t h e ... A.J. Green had1,350 Bengals in a wild-card playNFL since 1976, couldn't say receiving yards andtied off game today. enough about Watt's perforfor fourth in NFL with 11 The Texans wasted little mance this season. TD receptions.... Defense "This is the best defensive time this w eek l a menting ranked third in sacks with their missed opportunities, line play of anybody since I've 51 and third in AFC overall, though, instead focusing on been in football," Phillips said. allowing 319.7 ypg. "He isby far the best defentheir next task. About the Texans(12-4): "Would we like to be in a sive player. He should obviWon last year's wild-card different situation? Yeah, but ously be the defensive player matchup against Bengals at the same time, it's the playof the year in the league." 31-10. And that was with offs. It's the start of the playThe AFC South champion T.J. Yates filling in at offs. Everything you've done Texans are also in the playquarterback for Houston. up to this point, it doesn't offs for the second straight ... Lost three of past four really matter," Houston's Anyear, the only two times in to fall from No. 1 seed to dre Johnson said. "It only franchise history. Houston No. 3. Matt Schaub had matters what you do now ... lost to the Ravens in the secone TD pass and three we just have to take advanond round after beating the INTs in those four games. tage of the opportunity we Bengals last January. ... DE J.J. Watt led NFL have now." The Texans believe that exwith 20/~ sacks,two shy They'll face a Cincinnati perience will help them this ofleague record. team that enters today having time. Prediction:Bengals, "I feel like we've come a won three in a row and seven 20-17. Cincy improved of its past eight games. The long ways," Watt said. "Obenough in the course of Bengals are in the playoffs for viously, this isn't new to us. the season to be Up to the consecutive seasons for the This is something we've been challenge against fading first time since 1981-82. Their through before. We're excitTexans. last playoff win came Jan. 6, ed. We can'twait. We had a — McClatchy-Tribune 1991 against the Oilers, the taste of the playoffs last year News Service team the Texans replaced in and we're really excited to get Houston. back in it this year and to go Cincinnati offensive tackle to work." he's grown since that game Andrew Whitworth said he Third-string q u arterback isn't worried about the more and learned from the mis- T.J. Yates was behind centhan 20-year streak of playoff takes he made. ter last year after injuries "I definitely feel like I'm a knocked outMatt Schaub and futility. He wants to focus on the improvement this young better quarterback this year," Matt Leinart. Now, Schaub, a team has made. he said. "I've got more con- nine-year veteran, will get his "Last year, we did what it trolof the offense. There's a first postseason start. He's lookingto bounce back took to get into the playoffs lot more stuff that I'm doing when a lot of people predict- at the line of scrimmage, and from a tough month in which ed us to be 0-16," Whitworth making checks and doing dif- he threw three interceptions said. "This year, we got back ferent things this year than I with just one touchdown pass. in to the playoffs when a lot of was doing last year. But that's He'll try to do it with two big people didn't think we could. helped me become a better w eapons in J o hnson a n d We're here. The next step player." Arian Foster. Johnson led the is winning a playoff game. Another player who has AFC with a career-high 1,598 Hopefully, we can let that be a certainly improved in Year 2 yards receiving, and Foster chip on our shoulder." is Watt. The defensive end led finished second in the AFC in Bengals quarterback Andy the NFL with 20 t/z sacks this rushing with 1,424 yards. "They have three or four Dalton was sacked four times season, has 107 tackles, inand threw three interceptions cluding 39 for losses, 16 pass- guys who have been playmakin last year's 31-10 postseason es defended and has forced ers in this league for a while," loss to the Texans. Houston de- four fumbles. Bengals cornerback Leon Hall fensive end J.J. Watt returned B engals c oach M a r v i n said of the Texans. "It starts one of those interceptions 29 Lewis got creative this week with Foster. Obviously, they yards for a touchdown that when asked how he planned have Johnson outside. It starts gave the Texans a lead they to stop Watt. with knowing that we have to "I wrote a letter to the com- stop the run. If you don't stop wouldn't relinquish. D alton, who grew up i n missioner to petition for 13," the run, you're on your heels suburban Houston, believes Lewis joked. "I figure if we put for the rest of the game." The Associated Press

Bengals at Texans

Groundhog Continued from C1 "This is what everybody's been fighting for, and this is what we're excited about."

Minnesota (10-6) and Green Bay (11-5) split their first two meetings, with the Vikings' victory last Sunday in Minneapolis giving them the last wild-card spot. It also dropped the Packers from the No. 2 to the No. 3 seed, and forced the NFC North champs to work a weekend they were hoping to have off. At least neither team had to scramble to dig up film or scouting reports. As division rivals, the Packers and Vikings already know plenty about each other. After playing twice in December, they know each other so well they could probably call each other'splays.There won't be any big surprises, no new wrinklesto the offense or defense that the other hasn't already seen. "So much familiarity with the team that we are playingbecause of the number oftimes we have played them in the last month and a half," Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said. "So not a whole lot that needs to be discussed as far as getting motivated to play this game." The Vikings game plan will be simple: Give the ball to Adrian Peterson and get out of the way. That's the plan pretty much every week, but particularly against Green Bay. He's rushed for 409 yards in their two games, more than some running backs manage in 16, and is av-

eraging a whopping 7.4 yards per carry. He had thelongest run of his career,82 yards for a touchdown, inthe Dec. 2 game, and a careerhigh 34 carries on Sunday. Peterson has gained more yards against Green Bay (1,442 in 12 games) than any other team, and he chews up the Lambeau Field grass as easily as the Metrodome turf. "It's just the rivalry," he said. "There's more emphasis on that game because we know that's a team that we have to beat in order to accomplishour goals we've setforth." Yeah, but the Packers had a goal last weekend, too, and that didn't help against Peterson. "We had the right calls, we just need to be a little smarter as far as where we fit and then a little more accountable and reliable as far as what we do," Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said. "There were a couple of times where, perhaps playing somebody else, we could fall inside somebody else's gap. With

Vikingsat Packers Time:5 p.m. PSTtoday (NBC). Line:Packers by 7/~. About the Vikings(10-6):Adrian Peterson has rushed for at least175 yards four times

against the Packers, including both meetings this season (210and199).... Reached playoffs by beating Packers 37-34 last week.

... Finished the seasonwith four straight wins after 6-6 start. About the Packers (11-5):Have won five of past six vs. Vikings.... In past five vs. Vikes, Aaron Rodgers has16TDs vs. one INT and has completed 74.7 percent of his passes for132.5 rating.... Safety Charles Woodson

expected backafternine-game absence (collarbonej. Prediction:Packers, 27-17. Memories of last year's home collapse vs. NewYork Giants are too fresh for Rodgers to let it happen

again. — McClatchy-Tribune NewsService

this team, they'll make you pay and that's exactly what happened. "It was a good test and obviously we'll come back here ready." Now, having the Vikings come to Lambeau for the playoffs would seem to be an advantage for the Packers. Minnesota hasn't won in Green Bay since 2009, the last year the Vikings made the playoffs, and the Packers have won 20 of their past 22 games at home. But the Packers have lost their past two home playoff games, including last year to the Giants when they were the NFC's No. I seed. "It's not something we've thought about or really talked about since probably April," Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. "We want to be playing the right way obviously. We had a good stretch there. We won nine out of 11 games and played a lot of really good

opponents, tough opponents, tough games on the road. "I like the way we're playing," he added. "I think we have the right mindset, a good group of leaders in this locker room and a lot of guys who've won a lot of regular season, a lot of postseason games. We're excited about our team and excited about our opportunity in front of us."


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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013

Cowgirls

Tournament

Continued from C1 Holli Glenn paced the Hawks (3-9 overall) with 19 points, Katie M i ckel added 14, and McKenna B oen c o n tributed f o u r points and 12 r ebounds i n the l osing effort. L a Pine trailed 37-35 at halftime before foul t r ouble llNN|tlr sent severalof the Hawk Qyc 'lOtRI starters to the bench in • I the third quarter. Crook lflt i 1iTcI County (4-5) took advanQ ibPI4 tage of La Pine's lack of Aqe: experience on the floor and extended its lead to 52-43 by the start of the fourth period. M aley-Loper gave L a Pine fits all night, especially in th e t h ir d quarter. The Cowgirls' leading scorer hit two of her four three-pointers in the third. Crook County resumes I ntermountain Hyb ri d play on Tuesday when it hosts Bend High. La Pine finishes out its nonleague Joe Khne /The Bulletin schedule the same day at Crook Counfy's Kimmer Severance (12) and La Pine's McKenna Boen (4) battle for a rebound during the Madras. second half of Friday night's game at La Pine High School.

Continued from C1 The W a s hington-based PNGA paid little attention to Central Oregon before the 2008 PNGA Cup — a Ryder Cup-style event between the associations (Oregon, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Washington) that make up the PNGA. Since then, the organization has brought the 2010 Men's Mid-Amateur (Juniper), the 2011 Junior Boys'

Bulletin staff report PRINEVILLE Dillon Dees posted a double-double with 16points and 15 rebounds and Crook County snapped a three-game losing streak Friday as the Cowboys played especially well after halftime to knock off La Pine 57-39 in nonleague boys b a sketball action. Chance Sutfin and Preston Washechek added 11 points apiece, and Jacob Mahurin contributed nine for C r ook County, which improved to 6-4 with the victory. The Cowboys had won five of their first sixgames ofthe season before dropping three in a row between Dec. 15 and 20. Crook County, which was tied with the Hawks 22-22 at halftime, outscored La Pine 35-17 after the break. C ameron K r af t l e d t h e Hawks (6-7) with 13 points and three steals, but La Pine struggled shooting the b all against the C owboys. The Hawks went just 16 of 52 from the field, including two of 17 from behind the three-point line. Both teams resume play on Tuesday. Crook County continues Intermountain Hybrid play at Bend High, and La Pine hosts Madras in its final nonleague game of the season. In other Friday action: BOYS BASKETBALL

Cascade.......... . . . . . . . ..76 M adras.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 4 TURNER — The host Cougars shot almost 60 percent

Butte Falls..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Trinity Lutheran ...... . . . . . . 31 Nate Carpenter f i n ished f rom the f i eld against t he with 11 points, five rebounds White Buffaloes — they end- and five blocks, but the host ed the night 32 of 55 from the Saints fell behind 18-5 after field — in the nonleague rout. the first quarter en route to Madras senior Steele Hau- a Class IA Mountain Valley gen scored 25 points, but the League loss to the Loggers. Buffs could not stop Cascade. Luke Phillis, Gabe Phillis and Cougars senior forward Orion Tyler Dunn scored six points Wright led all scorers with apiece for Trinity L utheran 31 points. Jhaylen Yeahquo (0-3 MVL, 1-9 overall), which added eight points for Madras, visits Paisley today for a conwhich fell to 8-5 overall. The ference contest. W hite Buffaloes play at L a GIRLS BASKETBALL Pine on Tuesday in another Sisters ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 nonleague matchup. Molalla ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 M olalla ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9 MOLALLA — Taylor Nieri S isters .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1 r ecorded a g a m e-high 2 2 MOLALLA — The Outlaws points and hit 13 of her 15 free claimed a 10-5 lead at the end throws as the Outlaws picked of the first quarter in their up their second straight win nonleague matchup against to improve to 9-2 overall, their the Indians, but after being best 11-game start since Sisoutscored 34-11 the rest of the ters opened the year 7-4 durway Sisterssuffered its second ing the 2003-04 season. "We're straight loss. Ryan Pollard not an underdog this year," paced Sisters with seven points Sisters coach Julianne Horner and Cole Moore added six, but said. "They're doing r eally the Outlaws hit just under 26 well and playing strong. We're percent of their shots before ready for league play because falling to Molalla. Sisters (3-7) these girls are really starting hosts Stayton on Tuesday. to kick into stride." Savannah H orizon Christian..... . . . . . . 56 Spear scored 11 points, CasC entral Christian ..... . . . . . . 11 sidy Edwards finished with REDMOND — The Tigers nine, and the Outlaws shot 30 found themselves in a 31-4 hole of 43 from the line en route to at the half before dropping the nonconference victory. Sisa Class IA Big Sky League ters hosts Stayton on Tuesday matchup to th e H a wks, of before opening up S k y-Em Hood River. Isaac Bryant and League action against La Pine Bryson Eells each scored four on Friday. points for Central Christian Cascade............ . . . . ... 46 (0-4 BSL, 1-6 overall), which Madras ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 hosts Arlington today at 2 p.m. TURNER — The White Bufin a league matchup. faloes dropped theirsecond

PREP ROUNDUP

straight game, this one at the hands of the Cougars, the No. 6 team in the OSAA Class 4A rankings. Madras led 22-20 at halftime. The Buffs (5-8) entertain La Pine on Tuesday before

beginning Tri-Valley Conference play on Jan. 15 against North Marion. Horizon Christian...... . . . . . 25 Central Christian.... . . . . . . . . 9 R EDMOND — W it h t w o players unable to get to the game and after an injury sidelined another, the Tigers played most of the third quarter and all of the fourth with four players, during which time the Hawks, of Hood River, outscored the Tigers 17-0 to pick up a Class 1A Big Sky League win. Desi Duke finished with five points for Central Christian (0-4 BSL, 2-8 overall), which led 9-8 before losing Kelsey Stealey to a knee injury. Central Christian is off until Tuesday, when the Tigers travel to Mitchell for a league contest. Butte Falls..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Trinity Lutheran..... . . . . . . . 25 Erin Cowan scored a teamhigh seven points, Abbey Carpenter finished with six points and six rebounds, but the host Saints, who led 15-14 at the half, were outscored 18-5 in the third quarter and 31-10 in the second half before falling to the Loggers in a Class 1A Mountain Valley League matchup. Megan Clift pulled down nine boards and dished out four assists for Trinity Lutheran (0-3 MVL, 4-6 overall), which continues conference action today at Paisley.

PREP SCOREBOARD Boys basketball Friday's results Class 4A Nonconference

SISTERS (21) Ryan Pollard 7,Moore6,Lewis 4, Adams 2, Schaab1, Kerenen1, Jackson,Luloff, Stadeli, KreminskiLarson, , Gil. Totals 92-7 21. MOLALLA(39) — RyanPoter 12, Hagaman12, Ramos8,Green 5,Burke 2,Marquardt,Lushenko, Munsori,Hull. Totals 1310-16 39. Sisters 10 2 7 2 — 21 Molalla 5 1115 8 — 3 9 Three-point goals — Sisters: Pollard; Molaila: Ramos 2, Potter.

LA plNE (39) — cameron Kraft13, parsons9, Turnsplenty 5,Wieber4 Boen4, Siauw2, Syres 2, Smith,Gacke.Totals 16 5-8 39. CROOK COUNTY(57) —Dilon Dees16, Sutfin u, washechek11,Mahurin9, Benton 4, Dean4, Ritz Class1A 2, Lee,Cooper, Tavernia, EgbeIt. Totals 229-24 57. Big SkyLeague LaPine 6 16 11 6 — 39 Crookcounty 9 13 1 6 19 — 57 HORIZONCHRISTIAN, HOOD RIVER(56) Three-pointgoals— LaPine: Parsons,Turnsplen- —MattTotaro14,Davis12,Bryan11,Andersen6,Alty; Crook County: NA. drich 6,BloomsteI4, Requa3,Johnston, Engel, Walker. Totals 22 8-1156. MADRAs(54I — steeleHaugen25,Yeahquo 8, CENTRALCHRISTIAN(11) — Isaac Bryant4, PicheNe 7, Mitchell 6, Phillips 5, Wolfe 3,Spino,J. Eells 4,Roberts 3, Sibley, Pooe,Koo, Kruse,Stewart, Smith, T.Smith,Fine,Sullivan, Lindgren.Totals 21 Davis Totals41-611. 6-10 54. Horizonohrisnan 12 19 9 16 — 56 CASCADE (76) —Orion Wright 31, P.Vettrus14, Central Christian 4 0 2 5 — 11 Delamarter9, Clark6,Kruse6, Towery3,J Vettrus3, Three-pointgoals—HorizonChristian,HoodRiver: Schrimer 2, Soto2, Moan,Everetts, Farr.Totals 32 Bryan 2,Davis2; Central Christian.Bryant, Roberts. 8-1576. Madras 14 10 20 10 — 54 Mountain Valley League Cascade 19 13 26 18 — 76 Three-pointgoals—Madras:Haugen3,Mitchell 2, BUTTEFALLS(59) Even Givens15, E BatePicheNe. Cascade: Clark 2,P.Vetrus, J.VeNriis. maii13, Marley1Q,Ramirez7, McGonagle 6,W.Bateman 6,Cool-HW2,Sutton. Totals 273-659.

Armstrong

ers of Livestrong, the charity he founded after surviving tesContinued from C1 ticularcancer, have been tryFor more than a d ecade, ing to persuade him to come Armstrong has v ehemently forward so hecould clear his denied doping, even after anti- conscience and save the orgadoping officials laid out their nization from further damage, case against him in October one person with knowledge of in hundreds of pages of eye- the situation said. witness testimony from teamSeveral legal cases stand in mates, emailcorrespondence, the way of a confession, the financial records and labora- people familiar with the situatory analyses. tion said. Among the obstacles When asked if Armstrong is a f e deral w h istle-blower might admit to doping, Tim case in which Armstrong and Herman, Armstrong's long- several officials from his U.S. time lawyer, said, "Lance has Postal Service cycling team to speak for himself on that." are accused ofdefrauding the Armstrong has been under government by allowing doppressure from various fronts ing on the squad when the to confess. Wealthy support- team's contract with the Postal

TRINITYLUTHERAN (31) Nate Carpenter u, L. Phillis 6, G.Philis 6, Dunn6, Nihei 2, Atnip, Law,

MOLALLA (32) Katie Hagler13, Skilliiigs10, Heiidrickson4, Partlow2, Rieskamp1, Petitta 1, A. Kruger,C.Knauss, D.Knauss, olano,Akiyama.Totals Larsen1,Dunn,Satyna. Totals1011-2232. 13 3-1 031. Sisters 10 17 10 14 — 51 Butte Falls 18 15 16 10 — 59 Molalla 6 7 12 7 — 3 2 T rinity Lutheran 5 8 10 8 — 3 1 Three-pointgoals— Sisters: Nieri; Molala: HenThree-point goals — Butte Falls: E. Bateman, drickson. Ramirez; Trinity l.utherari:G.Philis. Class1A Big SkyLeague

Girls basketball Friday's results Class 4A Nonconference

CROOKCU ONTY(67) — JessieMaley-Loper26, Severarice17,Ovens9, Smith 6,Benton 4,l.indburg 3, Malott 2,Apperson,Wood Totals 27 9-1867. LA PINE(58) —Holli Glenn19,Mickel14, Foremari 10, Huddlestori 9, Boen4, Haigler 2, Conklin. Totals 23 7-1658. Crook County 20 17 15 15 — 67 La Pine 18 17 10 13 — 58 Three-poingoal t s—Crook County: Maley-Loper 4; La pine: Mickel 3, Glennz SISTERS (51) — Taylor Nieri 22, Spear11, Edwards9, Petterson3, Henson3, Knoop2, Mann 1, Rowe,Rickei, Hudson,Cornis, Moore.Totals 10 30-43 51.

Service clearly stated that any doping would constitute default of their agreement. Herman said th e o p tion to confess to anti-doping officials was not on the table. However, the people familiar with the situation said Armstrong, 41, was in fact moving toward confessing and had even been in discussions with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. Armstrong had met with Travis Tygart, the agency's chief executive, in an effort to mitigate the lifetime ban he received for playing a lead role in doping on his Tour-winning teams, according to one person briefed on the situation. Armstrong was also seek-

HORIZONCHRISTIAN, HOOD RIVER(25) — Katie Tolbert 6,Bloomster5, H< cks 5, N<elsen5, Bryan 4,Ryan,tiiigel, Kempf Totals10 5-10 25. CENTRALCHRISTIAN (9) Desi Duke 5, McAfee 2, Allen2, Stealey,Hannay Totals 41-11 9. H orizonChrisnan 5 1 1 2 7 — 2 5 Central Christian 4 3 2 0 — 9 Three-poingoal t s—None.

Mountain Valley League BUTTEFALLS(45) — Tamika Funk20, Weaver 7, Kirkpatrick 6,Hobbs6, Creech 6. Totals 20 5-15 45. TRINITY LUTHERAN(25) — Erin cowan 7, Carpenter6, Murphy4, E>dler 4, Sample 2, Spencer2, Clift, Dehm,Martin, Ho.Totals 10 5-15 25. ButteFalls 8 6 18 13 — 45 Trinity Lutheran 8 7 5 5 — 25

Three-poingoal t s—None.

ing to meet with David Howman, director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency, that person said. H e rman denied that Armstrong was talking to Tygart and said he was not looking to speak with Howman, either. Those with knowledge o f A r m s trong's situation did not want their names published because it would jeopardize their access to information on the matter. Armstrong hopes to compete in triathlons and running events, but those competitions are often sanctioned by organizations that adhere to the World Anti-Doping Code under which Armstrong received his lifetime ban.

Championship

(Sunriver),

the 2011 Men's A m ateur ( Tetherow) and t h e 2 0 11 Senior and S uper Senior Men's Amateur (Black Butte Ranch) to Central Oregon. With three tournaments booked in the region for 2013, including the M en's Master-40 Amateur at Brasada Ranch in May, the PNGA has already slated the 2014 Senior and Super Senior Men's Amateur for Brasada. And the PNGA is planning to turn the senior team championships — played at Sunriver Resort in 2012 — into a Central Oregon fixture. Those tournaments spent the previous26 years atthree Washington courses, including the eight years prior to 2012 at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash. "The last few years we were at Gold Mountain there w ere torrential rains a nd cold temperatures, which made for tough playing conditions, and sometimes unplayable conditions," says Crouthamel. "I was at Sunriver Resort in 2011 for the PNGA Junior Boys' Championship and it just struck me that Sunriver would be the perfect place for the Senior Team Championship. The

lodging options, dining, activities, fun and challenging golf, friendly staff, warmer t emperatures, near g u a r antee of no rain, and other things were the real selling point." The OGA certainly knows these attributes well with its long history of hosting tournaments here. This year will mark the fourth time in five years that the OGA has hosted its MidAm in Central Oregon, moving from Black Butte Ranch's Glaze Meadow course last year to Eagle Crest Resort this year. The Oregon Senior Amateur Championship is scheduled forSeptember at Brasada. Such events with o l der golfers, rather than the college-ageamateurs who dominate the Oregon Amateur, tend to be good fits for Central Oregon, says Brent Whittaker, the OGA's director of tournament operations. "The d emographics o f both of these tournaments tend to be players with the means and reasons to travel and play," Whittaker says. "It is a win-win for both us and them. We get a quality course to host a tournament on a weekend during the peak part ofthe season, and they get to advertise to a group ofprospective repeat vacationers or second-home buyers." For its part, Sunriver wants to attract those regional tournaments as long as they meet certain criteria, says Scott Ellender, Sunriver's director of resortoperations. Those standards, according to Ellender, would limit t he acceptable events t o tournaments that are played during slower times of the golf season and on midweek days, and that would have a relatively small impact on Sunriver's membership, add

What's ontap in 2013 A look at some of the golf

tournaments planned for Central Oregon in 2013, highlighted by the return to Crosswater Club in June of the PGA Professional National Championship, which will attract many of the best

club pros from around the country and will be televised live on The Golf Channel. April 26-28 — Central

Oregon Shootoutat Aspen Lakes, Black Butte Ranch and Eagle Crest May13-17 —PNGA Men's Master-40 Amateur at Brasada Ranch

June 10-12 — Bend Ladies Invitational at Bend Golf and Country Club June 11-13 — Oregon Open lnvitational at Juniper Golf Club June 21-23 — Mirror Pond lnvitational at Bend

Golf and Country Club June 23-26 —PGA Professional National Championship at

Sunriver's Crosswater Club and Meadows course Aug. 24-25 — Oregon Mid-Amateur

Championship at Eagle Crest's Resort and Ridge

courses

Aug. 26-29 —AJGA

Sunriver Junior Open at Sunriver's Meadows

course Sept. 9-13 — Oregon Senior Amateur Championship at Brasada Ranch Sept. 16-18 —PNGA Men's Senior Team at

Sunriver's Meadowsand Woodlands courses Sept. 18-20 — PNGA W omen's SeniorTeam at

Sunriver's Meadowsand Woodlands courses Sept. 21-26 —Golf World Pacific Amateur

Golf Classic at various Central Oregon courses room nights to the resort, provide ancillary business such as food and beverage, expose potential new customers to the resort and add to the resort's brand awareness, particularly as a golf destination. "We look at each one of them as a business fit using all those criteria," Ellender says. "Those two t o urnaments (the AJGA event and senior team championships) meet all that criteria that we're looking for. "Through those two tournaments, we're e x posing golfers and t heir f a milies to our resort who might not otherwise know us." And Central Oregon's golf facilities are more receptive to such tournaments now than in the region's boom yearsbefore 2007, Whittaker

says. Factor in a desirable location for competitors to travel to, and Whittaker says that golfers should not e xpect such tournaments to disappear from Central Oregon's calendar anytime soon. "Right now golf courses in the area want us to come," Whittaker says. "It's easier to get them (tournaments) booked there than anywhere else right now because it benefits us and them to host these events." — Reporter: 541-617-7868, zhall@bendbulletirLcom.

GOLF SCOREBOARD The Bulletin welcomes contributions fo its weekly local golf results listings and events calendar. Clearly legible items should be faxed to the sports department, 541-385-0831,emailed to sports@bendbulletin.com, or mailed to P.O. Box6020; Bend, OR97708.

Club Results CENTRALOREGONINDOOR GOLF

W inter LeagueWeekFive,Jan.1-3 at Bay Hill Simulation Back NineNefBest Ball 1, Tom Mccleery/Mick Keeiiey/Dan Mccleery,30 KP — Ty Freeborn, No.14.

Calendar The Bulletin welcomes contributions to its weekly local golf events calendar. Items shouldbe mailed to P.O.Box 6020,Bend, OR 97708; faxed fo the sports department at 541-385-0831; or emailed to sponsO bendbulletin.com. TOURNAMENTS Jan. 18 —Central DregonWinterSeriesevent at Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Resort nearWarmSprings. Better-ball tournam ent beginswith an11a.m.shotgun.Two-personteamswith nomorethanoneprofessionalallowedperteam. Cost is$30for professionals,

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Bend educational toy store to close Kids World, the Bend store that sells educa-

tional toys and supplies, will be closing, its owners said.

By Rachael Rees The Bulletin

with her husband, Tim, for five years. But the Hewitts will likely shut the doors when they complete their store-

Deschutes County commissionersare scheduled to discuss on Wednesday whether to create a two-tiered system for the public to access propertyrelated information through the county's website. For the past decade, the county has offered several programs for accessing property information, each operated by different departments. But now, officials want to consolidate them into one comprehensive application, which led to

closing sale, which began Wednesday,she

The proposal would create a

The store, located

near Shopko at Northeast Bend River Mall Drive and Northeast

Third Street, has noofficial closing date, said Lori Hewitt, who has

owned the store along

the proposed policy.

public-access version open to anyone that would not allow searchesofindividual properties by the owners' names, accordingtoa memo tocommissioners. The public version also would not allow online searches of property sales deeds and related information recorded by the Deschutes County Clerk's Office. A professional version for registered users would allow searches by name and provide more information than would be available through the public version, according to the memo, dated Wednesday. To access the professional version,

usersmust complete a free online registration process. Currently, most of the information is available without a registration. The new policy would achieve "an appropriate balance betweenthe requirements for access to property related information with the privacy needs for individual citizens," according to the memo. Bob Hass, GIS program developer and coordinator for Deschutes County, said DIAL, which providesproperty sales, tax and valuation information, has been enhanced over time to include additional content.

If yougo What:Deschutes County

Commission work session When:1:30 p.m.

Wednesday Where:Deschutes Services Center, 1300 N.W. Wall St., Bend Contact:541-388-6572 He also noted that land information tools beyond DIAL exist that offer access to customizable maps and aerial

photography. There's essentially never

been a policy on the content, he said. The concept behind a new policy is to help create a framework for the new application, which could launch as early as the end of the month. Scot Langton, Deschutes County Assessor, said when the application launches, it will createa need fora framework to address citizens' wishes or legislative changes. "There's no problem we're trying to address. We're trying to look to the future so there's consistency," he said. "This is more proactive than reactive." — Reporter:541-617-7818, rrees@bendbulletin.com

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New restaurants to opendowntown Three newrestaurants are expected to move into vacant spacesin downtown Bend,accord-

Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram

ing to a real estate broker and a downtown official.

Francey Freeman has seen the cost of doing business go

Local investors who created the Bend Diner

Company havesigned a lease for the former El Jimador Mexican Restaurant at Northwest Wall Street and Northwest Franklin Avenue, said Darren Powderly,

president of Compass Commercial Real Estate Services. While the

restaurant doesnot have a name, it's expected

to combine upscale diner fare with menu items found in a French

brasserie, according to a news release. It's expected to open in the

spring. Operators of another restaurant are in final

negotiations to openin the first quarter in the former Wall Street location that housed Amalia's

Mexican Restaurant, which closed, said Chuck Arnold, executive director of the Downtown

Bend BusinessAssociation. He said he could not

release thename. Powderly also saidhe expects to have adeal completed next week for a new restaurant in the Firehall Building at

Northwest Minnesota Avenue and Northwest Lava Road. — From staff reports

By Anna M. Tinsley

e air next trick? Francey Freeman stands in her shop, Balloons Fantastique, in Fort Worth, Texas. The increase in the price of helium has affected her business. In addition to filling balloons, the gas has medical and industrial

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Prices for buying helium to fill balloons and rental tanks at her Balloons Fantastique in Fort Worth have dramatically increased in the past year, because of a worldwide shortage of the lighter-than-

air gas. "Prices have quadrupled," said Freeman, who owns Balloons Fantastique. "And the price just went up again a couple of weeks ago. "The more prices go up, the less people are able to get it. Thank goodness I can still get it," she said. "I don't know what I would do if they told me one day I couldn't get any more." Freeman is among the many florists and balloonists nationwide finding it harder to do business because the supply of helium — a tasteless, odorless, colorless gas that inflates balloons and cools MRI machines — is not just getting more costly, but also harder to find. Texas is home to the country's only Federal Helium Reserve, a site outside Amarillo where more than one-third of the world's helium supply isproduced, and the federal government has worked for years to deplete that supply. Congress more than 15 years ago created a law requiring reserve officials to sell off their helium — there-

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fore privatizing the helium industry — by 2015. Now a handful of congressional leaders are trying to prevent the reserve from depleting its helium supply and closing its doors. But at a time when congressional leaders are more focused on things like avoiding the "fiscal cliff" and preventing Bush-era tax cuts from expiring, preventing the helium shortage from getting worse may not be a top priority. "We cannot let our national helium supply float away," said U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. Although it's the secondmost abundant element in the universe, helium is run-

ning out. The bulk of the world's helium supply — which also is used in medical scanners, LCD screens, welding, electronics, metals, fiber optics, high-tech computer chips, aerospace and researchis created through natural radioactive decay and can't be artificially created. Federal officials created a federal helium program in 1925 to make sure they had adequate supplies of the

gas for medicinal purposes, research and defense. Although various sites throughout the state supplied helium through the years, the remaining site-

an underground geological formation that stores crude

helium — is about 15 miles northwest of Amarillo. Workers thereretrieve helium and pump it to customersconnected to a nearly 450-mile pipeline that stretches from the Texas Panhandle through Oklahoma and to Kansas. "Helium is the secondmost abundant element in the universe, but here on Earth, it's rather rare," said Dr. Peter Wothers, a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a University of Cambridge chemist, who recently warned that the end of helium may be near. "Most people guess that we extract helium from the air, but actually, we dig it out of the ground."

Wearable computers By Salvador Rodriguez Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — Apple's next big venture could be wearable technology, starting with a "smart watch." In anote released Wednesday, Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray said he expects Apple to jump into the wearable tech market sometime in 2014 or beyond. "We believe that wearable computers will ultimately be a major future trend," the note said. "Longer term (over the next 10-plus years), wearable computers could eventually replace the iPhone and smartphones in general." Munster's predictions come after rumors last week that the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant is working with Intel on a Bluetooth watch that would work with the iPhone. Besides wearable tech, Munster also had other Apple predictions. He said he expects Apple to start selling a TV in time for the next holiday shopping season, priced between $1,500 and $2,000. The model would have a screen measuring between 42 and 55 inches and include Apple's Siri and FaceTime features and a TV app store.

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR SUNDAY • Know Money, RealLife Buried Treasure: Gold prospecting talk including metal detector and gold panning instruction; 2 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-617-7080. • Know Money, Stretching Your Food Dollars: Learn howto work within yourfood budgetto create healthy meals; 2 p.m.; Sisters Public Library, 110 N.Cedar Sl.; 541-3 l2-1070. MONDAY • Oregon alcohol server permit training: Meets the minimum requirements by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission to obtain an alcohol server permit; registration required; $35; 9 a.m.; RoundTable Pizza, 1552 N.E. Third St., Bend; 541-447-6384 or www. happyhourtraining.com. TUESDAY • Worried about making house payments?: Workshop provided by HomeSource of Neighborlmpact helps you learn about options for house payments; reservations required; 5:30-7:30 p.m.; Redmond Area Parkand Recreation District, Activity Center, 2441 S.W.Canal Street; 541-323-6567 or www. homeownershipcenter.org.

For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday's Bulletin or visit bendbulletin.comlbizoal

Actor buys Nll s Coffee chain New York Times News Service He only plays a doctor on TV. But Patrick Dempsey is about to become a real-life coffee magnate. The actor, best known for playing Dr. Derek Shepherd, the heartthrob nicknamed "McDreamy" on "Grey's Anatomy," said Friday that he had prevailed in an auction of Tully's Coffee, a bankrupt coffee chain based in Seattle. His company, Global Baristas, agreed to pay $9.15 million for the small coffee shop

chain. The total consideration, including noncash adjustments is closer to $10 million, Tully's chief executive, Scott Pearson, said in an interview Friday. Dempsey topped a number of competitors, including the 800-pound gorilla in the coffee world, Starbucks. The 46-year-old actor was only too happy to crow about that in a Twitter post late Thursday. The bid is a bit of a sidestep for Dempsey, whose "Grey's Anatomy" character is a top

surgeon at a fictional Seattle

hospital. (The show is largely filmed on a studio lot in the Los Angeles area.) While a race car enthusiast, the coffee bid appears to be his first major entrepreneurial undertaking. And Tully's makes for an unusual target. Founded in 1992, the company filed for Chapter 11 protection in October,suffering from a number of expensive leases that it has been otherwise unable to shed.

Mike Siegel I The Seattle Times

Actor Patrick Dempsey meets the staff at a Tully's Coffee in Seattle on Friday. Dempsey's investment group has won the bid to purchase Tully's Coffee.

PEOPLE • Rena Ben-

j oined B end P remier Re a l Estate. H o vermale is a principal broker and Bennetholds a GRI and Dellwo rical Company. a Green RealBennett-Dellwo tor Des i g n ais the owner of tion. Stoner is a R BD Ins t r u broker and has ments and has owned two busibeen i n v olved n esses i n t h e with CTC since Sunriver area. • Kris Rees of Hovermale 2005. Rees • Kathy HoverColdwell Banker male and Marilyn Stoner have Mayfield Realty in Redmond ~j

nett-Dellwo has been ele c ted to the board of governors of Cascades Theat- Stoner

tives within the • Peggy Kimcompany. Conball of John L . nelly has more Scott Real Es• Cec Declerck t han 3 0 y e a r s tate in Redmond of Cold w e l l of e x p e rience was t h e top DeClerck B anker M ay - Connelly i n th e I T f i e l d Strome sales agent for f ield Realty i n and was previDecember. • Redmond was the top listing ously senior vice president of Christine agent for December. Visa Corporation. Connelly Browning h as • John Connellyhas joined was also responsible for the opened the first The Gold Card Network Inc., launch of the Interlink debit H om e S m a r t h eadquartered in B end, as card. Central R ealty chief technology officer. He • Bobbie Strome of John L. Kimball brokerage firm will be responsible for all asScott Real Estate in Redmond in Oregon. It's pects of developing and im- was the top listing agent for l ocated at 5 5 0 plementing technology initia- December. S.W. Industrial Way in Bend. was the top selli ng a gent f o r December.


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Bend event fetes Robert Burns A celebration in honor of the man widely known

as Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, is

coming up onJan.12, filled with poetry, music

and evenhaggis. The Robert Burns Supper is set for 4:30 p.m. at the Bend Elks Lodge, 63120 Boyd

Acres Road. The event will include music by the band A Scottish Heart, bag-

pipes, singing, dancing, poetry readings and a silent auction. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. and festivities will

go from 6 to 9 p.m. The High Desert Celtic Society is putting

on the event in honor of the 254th anniversary of Burns' birth.

Tickets are $29 per person and the deadline to register is 7 tonight.

Dinner options are prime rib or chicken breast. Contact: www.hdcs.net, high desertcelts@gmail.com or 541-322-6981.

Photos by Joe Kline /The Bulletin

Youth Pastor Bryon Mengle welcomes the congregation to start a service at Foundry Church in Bend last Sunday.

Health care is topic in Redmond Health Carefor All Oregon will present "Sick 8 Tired of Being Sick 8 Tired" from 5:50 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave. The event is a discus-

sion about"the ills of our health care system, how you can help to heal it,

and what drives the current campaign to bring health care justice to all

• Although it dropped 'Baptist' from its name,Bend's FoundryChurchkeepswelcoming worshippers

Oregonians," according to a press release

By Alandra Johnson • The Bulletin

from Health Care for

astor Bryon Mengle has noticed a few new

All Oregon, anonprofit group working to bring single-payer, universal health care to Oregon

faces in the pews of his church in the past few months. He credits the small influx to the

and beyond. It hopes to see a bill addressing the

church's name change.

issue in the 2013Oregon Legislature. Contact: Mary Clark, 541-923-9738, www.

In October, First Baptist Church in downtown Bend be-

hcao.org.

came Foundry Church.

Food preservation class comingup

Mengle thinks a simple thing like eliminating a the word Baptist "took down a perceived barrier" that changed people's minds about the 108-year-old church. People may find the name Foundry appealing, as it is the name of a place where metal is melted and formed into something new. People have told Mengle they were intrigued by the name or had heard about the name change and wanted to check it out. "There's excitement about it," said Mengle. Lead teaching elder Syd Brestel, who has been the leader of the church for more than 20 years, had been thinking about changing

Oregon State University Extension Service

will offer an online food-preservation class beginning Jan. 17. The

six-week course, titled Preserve©Home, will teach individuals how to

safely preserve avariety of food products. Each lesson includes downloadable text, an online bulletin board to promote participant

discussion, and a weekly online chat to interact with classmates

and instructors. Topics include canning basics, freezing and drying, as well as foodborne illness and spoilage. A hands-on lab segment of the class will be March 2atthe OSU Extension office in

Redmond, andwill cover how to can and dehydrate food.

The course is $50 plus supplemental material fees. The deadline

to register is Thursday. Class size is limited. Contact: www.exten

sion.oregonstate.edu/ deschutes/food-preser vation or 541-548-6088.

Contact us • Community events: Email event information to events©bend bulletin.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. — From staff reports

the church's name since the early 1990s. He and some of the church elders felt the name Baptist could be holding some people back from visiting the church. Many young people, he pointed out, are also not loyal to a denomination. The change didn't remove anything elemental to the church, he said. The church was — and still is — associated with the Northwest Conservative Baptist Association and its leadership structure and doctrine remain unchanged. "You can't remove Jesus and the cross," said Brestel. "The name is not essential. We want to be known as followers of Christ, not Baptist." See Foundry/D5

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Mildred Denny, 94, of Bend, and Ariana Begay, 14, of Redmond, open the doors and greet churchgoers at Foundry Church in Bend.

DeWolf returns with new book Runner JohannaOlson succumbsto brain tumor

By David Jasper The Bulletin

Four yearsafter hisfirstbook, Bend writer Thomas Norman DeWolf has co-authored a second: "Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey ofa Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade," with Sharon Leslie Morgan, a marketing consultant and genealogist from New York. The two will read from their book at both Paulina Springs Books locations later this

week (see "If you go"). Locals may better recall him from his political days as Tom DeWolf. He served on the Bend City Council from 1993 to 1996 and the Deschutes County Commission from 1998 to 2005. DeWolf resigned from the commission after he was accused of touching two women without their consent. The authorities did not pursue criminal charges against him, but DeWolf would later call the period, "the most

difficult, shaming, embarrassing, challenging time of my life." However, it also gave him time to reflect on the past — his own and his family's. SeeBook/D5

Johanna Olson, 33, a seventime All-American cross country runner who twice competed in the Olympic trials, died Thursday in Bend surrounded by family and friends. The Bend resident Submitted photo

Sharon Lesli e Morgan and Thomas Norman DeWolf have co-written "Gather at the Table.

If yougo What:Sharon Leslie M organ and Thomas Norman DeWolf discuss "Gather at the Table"

Details: • 6:30 p.m. Friday at Paulina Springs Books Redmond,422 S.W. Sixth St. • 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Paulina Springs Books Sisters, 252 W. Hood Ave.

Cost:Free Contact:www.paulinasprings.com

had long grappled

Strang said. "It's Johanna with this incredible spirit and this incredible love for life." The Minnesota native moved to Bend in 2010, taking a job in Central Oregon Community College's

Exercise Physiology

with a brain tumor. Lab. As recently as She was diagnosed at October, she completed 18 with a mixed grade the Medtronic Twin 2 oligodendroglioma/ Os l on Cities Marathon and plemorphic xanthoasreceived word that a trocytoma. While surgeries drug had succeeded in keepand treatments kept it at bay ing her tumor in check. for years, it eventually proThe Bulletin published a gressed to a grade IV glioma. profile of Olson on Sept. 22. Family and friends described Memorial contributions for Olson in August and September Olson can be made at Footas an exuberant woman who Zone, 845 N.W. Wall St. in keptherfocus on the present. Bend. A celebration of life is "She's not 'Johanna, the expected to take place in Bend woman with cancer,'" good at a later date. — Heidi HagemeiecThe Bulletin friendand Bend resident Kari


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Trend:Buildingchurchesaround secular shrines New York Times News Service According to the Pew Research Center, the percentage of Americans who are not affiliated with any religion is on the rise, including a third of Americans under 30. Even so, nearly 80 percent of unaffiliated Americans say they believe in God, and close to half say they pray at least once a month. The "spiritual but not religious" category is an important audience that evangelical leadershope to reach in a culture that many believers call "post-Christian." So they arrange meetings in movie theaters, schools,warehouses and downtown enter-

tainment districts. They house exercise studios and coffee shops to draw more traffic. Many have even cast aside the words "church" and "church service" in favor of terms like "spiritual communities" and "gatherings," w it h s e r vices that do not stick to any script. "It's unsettling for a movement that's lasted 2,000 years to now find that, 'Oh, some of the things we always assumed would connect with the community aren't connecting with everyone,'" said Warren Bird, the directorofresearch forthe L eadership Network, a fi r m that tracks church trends. Ideal locations — u r ban,

multipurpose and with plenty of foottraffic — are favored in partbecause they are relatively inexpensive to operate. Coffee shops, for example, can also help generate revenue. It is a trend that even established megachurches, like Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in Carrollton, Texas, are studying.

After paying off $5 million in debt on its 135,000-square-foot facility last year, the church is again seeking to expand. But instead of building another huge campus,church officials are looking at smaller satellite spaces that can operate seven days a week, with services like childcare, shared office spac-

es and a community theater. "That's a significant difference for us," said Paul Miller, the pastor of m i nistries for Bent Tree. "We're really building a community center more than we are a worship center." For those seeking traditional churches, there's still hope. Though the number of evangelical churches in the U.S. declined for many years, the trend reversed in 2006, with more new churches opening each year since, according to the Leadership Network's most recent surveys. This wave of "church planting" has been highest among nondenominational pastors.

VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search is compiled by the Department of HumanServices Volunteer Services. The organizations listed are seeking volunteers for a variety of tasks. To see full a list, and for additional information on the types of help needed, go online to www.bendbulletin.com/volunteer. Changes, additions or deletions should be sent to 1300 N.W.Wall St., Suite103, Bend 97701, email Lind LGardner@state.or.us or call 541-693-8988.

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HUMAN SERVICES

BENDSPAY& NEUTERPROJECT: 541-617-1010. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION A FOSTER TEAM(CRAFT): www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 54 I -410-4122. DESCHUTES LANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONALFOREST:Jean Nelson-Dean, 541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBONSOCIETY: www.ecaudubon.org or541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER: 54 I-385-6908. EOUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com or joan@equineoutreach.comor 54 I-419-37 I7. HEALINGREINSTHERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER:Oarcy Justice, 541-382-9410. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennifer©hsco.org or 54 I-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOFTHEOCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. HUMANE SOCIETYOF REDMOND: volunteer©redmondhumane.org or 54 I-923-0882. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 54 I-389-9 I I5. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER& OBSERVATORY: Susan, 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: Tom Mottl, 541-4 l6-6859.

ABILITREE: 541-6 I7-5878. AMNESTYINTERNATIONAL:Philip Randall, 541-388-1793. ASSISTANCELEAGUEOFBEND: 541-389-2075. BEND COMMUNITYCENTER: Sherry Fisher, volunteer© bendscommunitycenter.org or 541-312-2084. BETHLEHEM INN: www.bethleheminn. org or 541-322-8768. CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING(PREVIOUSLY PEACE CENTER OF CENTRALOREGON):ww w. compassionatecenter.org or Beth Hansen,541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGONVETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org@gmail.com or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOF HUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEER SERVICES: Lin Gardner, 541-693-8988. DEPARTMENTOF HUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEERSERVICES CROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean, 541-447-3851, ext. 427. DISABLEDAMERICANVETERANS (DAV):Don Lang, 541-647-1002. FAMILY KITCHEN: Cindy Tidball, cindyt©bendcable.com or 541-610-6511. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468. HUMAN DIGNITYCOALITION: 541-385-3320. HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION:Marie, info@ hungerpreventioncoalition.org or 541-385-9227. LA PINECOMMUNITY KITCHEN: AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY: Charlie 541-536-1312. Johnson, 541-434-3114. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq@ AMERICAN REDCROSS: 541-749-4111. neighborimpact.org or 541-548-2380, ext. 106. DESCHUTES COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Tuesday Johnson, PEACE BRIDGES, INC., BEND:www. Tuesday Johnson@co.deschutes.or.us abridgetopeace.org or JohnC. or 541-322-7425. Schwechten at 541-383-2646. FRIENDSWITH FLOWERS PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: OF OREGON: www. www.pflagcentraloregon.org or friendswithflowersoforegon.com or 541-317-2334. 541-480-8700. RONALD MCDONALDHOUSE:Teresa, HOSPICEOFREDMOND-SISTERS: 541-318-4950. www.redmondhospice.org orVolunteer SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or Coordinator at 541-548-7483. 541-504-2550. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOSPITAL:JoOee SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. BEND:www.sibend.org, presidentO MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL HOSPICE: sibend.org or 541-728-0820. 541-460-4030 or Tori Schultz, ST. VINCENTDEPAUL SOCIAL tschultz©mvhd.org or 541-475-3882, SERVICES: 541-389-6643. ext. 5327. VOLUNTEERSINACTION: NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL 541-548-7018. ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen CONNECT:www. White, namicentraloregon©gmail.com. VOLUNTEER volunteerconnectnow.org or NEWBERRY HOSPICE:541-536-7399. 541-385-8977. PARTNERS IN CARE:www. WINNINGOVER ANGER & partnersbend.org or SarahPeterson at VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or 54 l-382-5882. 541-382-1 943. RELAY FORLIFE: Stefan Myers, WOMEN'SRESOURCE CENTER OF 54 I-504-4920. CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0750. ST. CHARLESIN BENDAND ST. CHARLESIN REDMOND: HABITAT FOR 541-706-6354. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, 541-585-9008.

HEALTH

HUMANITY AND THRIFT STORES

ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND

HERITAGE 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIOSTATION:info@kpov.org or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOFTHE REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY: Linda Barker,541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRALSTATION: 541-6 l7-1317. CASCADES THEATRICAL COMPANY: 541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION:Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDSOF THE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrach at 541-617-7047. HIGH DESERT CHAMBER MUSIC:Isabelle Senger, www. highdesertchambermusic.com, info@ highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGHDESERT MUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY: Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, volunteer@latca.org or 541-382-4366. THE NATUREOFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-330-4381.

BENDAREAHABITAT FOR HUMANITY:541-385-5387. HABITAT RESTORE:Di Crocker, 541-312-6709. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON THRIFTSTORE: Liz, 541-388-3448. NEATREPEATTHRIFTSHOP:Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITATFOR HUMANITY:54 I-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF BEND: 541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OFREDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITAT RESTORE: Roy, 541-548- I406. SISTERSHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: 541-549- I193. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— LAPINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— REDMOND: 541-923-5264.

GOVERNMENT, CITY AND

casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-1618. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher, 541-317-3186 or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org or Barbara at info© drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTY VOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese Helton,541-4756131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARD DISTRICTNEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: ww w. orcharddistrictneighborhood.com. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND:www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

MISCELLANY CENTRAL OREGONLOCAVORE:www. centraloregonlocavore.com or Niki at info©centraloregonlocavore.com or 541-633-0674. HIGHDESERT SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 541-749-65 I7. OREGON ADAPTIVESPORTS: www. oregonadaptivesports.org or Kendall Cook at 541-848-9390. SACRED ARTOF LIVING CENTER: 541-383-4 I79. TUMALO LANGLAUFCLUB:Tom Carroll, 541-385-7981.

To submit service information or announcementsfor religious organizations,email bulletin@bendbulletin.com or call 541-383-0358. ANTIOCHCHURCH:Senior Pastor Ken Wytsma; "Mars Hill: A Biography"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; Redux Q-and-Aafter the service; BendHighSchool,230 N.E.Sixth St., Bend. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor Dave Miller; Sundayat 10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group: Wednesday at 7p.m.; 19831 Rocking Horse Road, Bend. BENDCHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "Fasting and Obedience"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E 27th St., Bend. EASTMONT CHURCH: Pastor John Lodwick; "The Vision andCore Values of Eastmont Church, Part1"; Sunday at 9 and10:45 a.m.; 62425 Eagle Road, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Pastor Randy Wills; "Are WeFans or Followers"; Sundayat10 a.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road, Bend. The youthgroup meetsW ednesdayat 7 p.m. THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND:Pastor Loren Anderson; " Preaching Jesus," based on1 Corinthians 2:1-5; Sunday at10 a.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor JennyWarner; "Human Trafficking," as part of the series "New Resolve for aNewYear"; Sundayatthe9a.m.and 10:45a.m. services; Taizeworship Sunday at the 5:01 p.m. service; 230 N.E.Ninth St., Bend. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: TheRev.Thom Larson; "WheretoLook,"based on Matthew 21-12; Sunday at 9and11 am.; 680 N.W. BondSt., Bend. FOUNDRYCHURCH(FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH): Pastor Bryon Mengle; "Paul's Call for Unity in the Church," as part of the series "1 Mind: AJourney Through Philippians"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W. OregonAve., Bend. GRACEFIRST LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "The Wise Men and theDarkSide"and"This Little Light"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend. JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "Bigger, Better, Greater," based on Psalm63; Sundayat 9 a.m. and10:30 a.m; 70 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Craig Jorgensen; "People of the Empire," based onMatthew 2:1-12; Sunday at 9a.m. and11 a.m.; Sunday at 6 p.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road,Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OF THE CASCADES: Guest speaker Jim Pasmore; "Change YourBeliefs, ChangeYour

Life"; Sunday at 9 a.m.; held at The Old Stone Church,157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGS OF LIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelist and Bible teacher Eddie Cienda; Wednesdaysat7 p.m .;The Sound Garden Studio,1279 N.E. Second St., Bend. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:The Rev. DavidCarnahan;"Wh yOidThey Come? Why OoWeCome?," based on Matthew 2:1-12; Sunday at10 a.m. (one service, with communion); 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road,Bend. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON:The Rev.AlexHolt;"Roots and Wings"; Sundayat11 a.m.; at the Old StoneChurch,157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: The Rev. Dr. Mike Jacobs; "A Journey WeMust Make," based on Matthew 2:1-12; Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 529 N.W.19th St., Redmond. EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH:The Rev. David Poovey;"A MostUnusual King," based on Matthew 2:1-12; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175 S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond. GRACELUTHERANCHURCHAT EAGLECREST:Pastor Randy VanMehren; "The Visible Church Has Both the WiseWhoTruly Worship the Christ in Faith and Those WhoPretend to Worship Yet Are Truly Herods"; Sundayat 10:30 a.m.; EagleCrest Banquet and Conference Facility, 1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father John Pennington; "TheThree Seekers," based onMatthew 2:1-12; communion service; Sundayat10 a.m.; Southwest12th Avenueand Forest Avenue,Redmond. ZIONLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Gary Koutsopoulos; "HopeHasa Name"; Sunday at8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 1113Black Butte Blvd., Redmond. AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Youthgroup Wednesday at7 p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, La Pine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "Jesus Seeking the Religious," based on John 3:1-16, as part of the series "Jesus on a Mission"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev. Willis Jenson; "Christ Appeared to the MagiBecause He is the Savior of All Men, Jew and Gentile," based onMatthew 2:11; Sunday at11 a.m.; held at Terrebonne GrangeHall 828611th St., Terrebonne. ALPHA MARRIAGECOURSE: 7-week dinner course; Mondays at 6:30 p.m. starting January 14; Desert Song Community Church, 640 S.W.Evergreen Ave., Redmond; contact 541-504-0402, mike@desertsong.org or www. relationshipcentral.org.

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Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm Music and the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30 am-10:15 am-11 am

"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

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Nursery F Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066

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REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11th Si:. • 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

9:30 am SundayEducationalClasses 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, special guest, Pastor Tom Bachman will be sharing the Sunday service message,beginning at 10:30 AM.

Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith Journey Groups meet throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

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

HOLY REDEE M E R CA T H O L IC

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Office: 541-536-3571 HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINE 16137 Burgess Rd

WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7PM

Tuesday, Wednesday 0 Friday Mass 9:00 am

Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com

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EASTMONT CHURCH

NE Neff Rd., I/2 mi. E. of St. Charles Medical Center

Sunday Mass — 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00 pm

18143 Cottonwood Rd.

Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm

Sundays 6:00 p.m. Hispanic Worship Service

Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12;00 -12:15 pm

Weekly Bible Studies and Ministries for all ages

HOLY FAMILY,

Contact: 541 -382-5822

near Christmas Valley

SUNDAY

9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10:15 AM Worship Service This Sunday, Foundry Church will begin a new series, "I MIND: A Journey Through Philippians." Bryon Mengle will be preaching from the first chapter and set the course for Paul's call for unity in the church. For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541 -382-3862 www.bendchurch.org

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm

Confessions: Sundays 3;00-3:15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

CATHOLIC CHURCH

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

Masses Saturday — Vigil 5;00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM F 7:00 PM

HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161

Sunday Worship Services: 8 00 am, 9 30 am, II:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9;30 am S 11:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

EASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL "Educating and Developing the Whole Child for the Glory of God" Pre K- 5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend • 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Carnahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com

Domingo 12:30PM Misa en Espanol Jueves7:00 PM- Misa en Espanol Monday, December 24th Christmas Vigil 4:30 PM Children'sMass 7;00 PM

BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH

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

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

ECKANKAR

Religion of the Light and Sound of God Experience an Eckankar Community HU

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

Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756 We preach thegood newsoflesus Christ, sing greathgmns of faith, and searchthe Scriptures together. Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Study- Thursday, 10:30 am Teaching from the KJV and NKJV Bible Pastor Ed Nelson 541-777-0784

www.redmondbbc.org

I • COM M U N I TY BIBLE CHURCH A ND CHRISTIAN PRESCH O O L 541 -593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome! SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - li:15 am Nursery Care available Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel of the Community Bible Church will preach a special New Year's message entitled, "Let Us - Resolutions for the People of God" at the 9:30 service tomorrow.

Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday 3:00 PM — 4:45 PM - English Thursday 6:00 PM — 7:00 PM

- English o Espanol Domingo 11;15 AM — 12:15 PM

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Sunday 4:30 PM

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

7:00 AM 6 12:15 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM Monday, December 24th

Christmas Vigil 9:00 PM —Misa en Espanol Tuesday, December 25th - Christmas 12:00 AM - Midnight Mass

541-389-8888 541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service - 11;00 am Major's Robert F Miriam Keene NEW HOP E EVA N G E LICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd. • 541-389-3436 Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am,

Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

CITY CENTER

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A Foursquare Fellowship Senior Pastors Steve S Ginny McPherson

ST. THOMAS CATH O LIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

Preschool for 3 6 4 year olds Call for information

Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5;30 pm

Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org

First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English)

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390

Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday)

12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessionson Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

For the complete schedule of Services F Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org We are currently enrolling students in grades K-7 for Sunday School and Hebrew School.

• Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439 L IVING TORAH FELLOW S H IP Cw Celebration Church 63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend

Saturday 10;30 am - 2 pm Worship/Dance - StudyFood/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337 Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

For more information about our education programs, please call Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826.

BEND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

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

9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service

Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM The missionof theChurch is to forgive sins 8:30 am Sunday Ihrough the Gospel and iherehg grani eternal life (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg WEDNESDAY Confession XXVIII.8, 10) 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study 10 am Sunday School THURSDAY ll am Divine Service 10:00 am 50+ Bible Study DEC. 16 - Advent Vespers Service - I PM Life Groups DEC. 24 - Christmas Eve Divine Service - 7 PM Please visit our website for a complete DEC. 25 - Christmas Divine Service - II AM listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org The Rev. Willis C. Ienson, Pastor. • • I 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH Terrebonne, OR Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend www.lutheransonline.com/ Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School condordialutheranmission Sunday Worship 10:00 am Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated Phone: 541-325-6773 to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN Reformation. Call for information CHURCH about other meetings 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 541 -420- 1667 541 -382-6862 www.sovereigngracebend.com

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

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549 SW 8thSt.,P.O. Box 475, Redmond, OR 97756 • 541-548-7128

Sunday Worship Services: Daybreak Cafe Service 7:30 am Celebration Services 9:00 am and 10:45 am Wednesday Service UTurn - Middle School 7:00 pm Thursdays High School (Connection) 6:30 pm Home Bible Studies throughout the week City Care Clinic also available. Kidz Center School, Preschool www.citycenterchurch.org "Livin' the Incredible Mission"

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Sunday Morning Worship 8:45am 6 10:45am

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

Wednesday Mid-Week Services Children 6 Youth Programs 7:00pm Nursery Care provided for all services.

NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 60850 Brosterhous Road at Knott, 541-388-0765 Come worship with us. Sermon title "People of the Empire" from Matt; 2 1-12 by Interim Pastor Craig Jorgensen

9 am Informal Service 9:15 Jumor Church II am Formal Service

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 54i.389.8241 www.clcbend.com

www.nativityinbend.com Evangelical Lutheran Church in America TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH S SCHOOL LCMS 2550 NE Butler Market Road Bend, OR 97701 541 -382-1832

Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children S Youth Sunday School 10:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship 12:00 Reception for Pastor Heidi Bolt

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

Church Website: www.trinitylutheranbend.org School Website: www.saints.org Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Rev. Patrick Rooney Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA Worship in the Heart of Redmond

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

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

Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

Meeting place: THE OLD STONE 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709

www.uufco.org (541 ) 385-3908

ALL PEOPLES

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST With faith, hopeand an open heart, gou are invited Io siari the gear with progressive

Christianswho welcome all. Worship with us Sunday, January 6th at 11 a.m in the Community Room of Redmond's Ray's Market, 900 SW 23rd Street, just off of Hwy 126. Or, come early at 10 a.m. for adult study and discussion.

All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On January 20th, we meet again in the Community Room of Redmond'sRay's Market. For details, directions and possible help with car-pooling, email: prisbill@earthlink.net, or call: 541-390-6864

U NITY COM M U N I T Y O F CENTRAL OREG O N

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Take equal parts Dr. Phil and Mother Teresa, stir in a youth tainted by dysfunction, drugs and living on the streets, and you have the man behind one of the fastest-growing, most successful homeless programs in Central Florida.

By Amy Kaufman Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — There w on't be much buzz at the box office on the first weekend of the new year, as only one new movie - "Texas Chainsaw 3D" — hits theaters nationwide. The horror flick about the serial killer made famous in 1974's "The Texas C hainsaw M assacre" i s expected to open with a respectable sum of about $16 million, according to people who have seen prerelease audience surveys. The movie was to premiere in a h andful of t heaters T hursday night an d e x panded Friday to 2,654 locations nationwide. Its take won't be enough to unseat "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" from the top p o sition, where t he Peter J ackson f i l m has resided forthe three weekends since its release. The prequel to "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy will probably take in an additional $20 million during its fourth weekend in theaters, raising its domestic total to more than $260 million by Sunday. "Texas Chainsaw 3D" will have to fight for the runner-up spot against "Django Unchained" and "Les M iserables," t h e Christmas releases that have been benefiting from strong word of mouth. Meanwhile, the environmental drama "Promised Land" will expand to 1,500 locations t hi s w e ekend. The film co-written by and starring Matt Damon and John Krasinski is expected to take in about $6 million after opening in only 25 theaters last weekend. "Texas Chainsaw 3D" was financed by Avi Lerner's Millennium F i lms for about $20 million but is being distributed in North America b y Li o n sgate, which is spending about $20 million on marketing. Lionsgate did not screen the movie for critics, typically an indication that a studio feels its film will not be embraced by reviewers. Since the original film featuring the chain saww ielding villain wa s r e leased nearly four decades ago, there have been five other films starring Leatherface. The biggest boxoffice success was "The Texas Chainsaw M assacre," which starred Jessica Biel and took in $80.6 million in 2003. The most recent "Chainsaw" film, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," grossed only $39.5 million in 2006. The sixth " C hainsaw" movie was initially slated t o open Oct. 26, but i t s release date was pushed back in the aftermath of S uperstorm Sandy. T h e film follows a woman who inherits a home inhabited by Leatherface. " Promised L a nd," f i nanced by Focus Features for about $15 million, has received middling reviews. The movie stars Damon

as an energy company salesman who travels to a small town in an effort to persuade locals to allow h ydraulic f r acturing, o r fracking, to extract underground natural gas on their land. Focus launched the picture, directed by Damon's "Good Will Hunting" collaborator Gus Van Sant, in limited release in an effort to build buzz. An educated, older crowd turned up to see the movie. On opening weekend, Focus said 52 percent of those who saw the movie were age 50 and older, and 77 percent had a college degree. A lso e x p anding t h i s weekend is "The Impossible," Summit Entertainment's tear-jerker about a family struggling to survive in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in South Asia. The $40 million production has been in only 16 theaters since its Dec. 21 release and has grossed only about $600,000.

Pastor Scott Billue — a highspeed, tough-love 50-year-old with a boy-band haircut — is founder of t h e 2~/z-year-old Matthew's Hope program in Winter Garden, Fla., run with the support of 50 churches, hundreds of volunteers and scoresof localbusinesses. Sprawledbehindthe Church of Christ of West Orange, the operation began as a freeze shelter where those who lived in thewoods could seek refuge from the nighttime cold. Now it's a full-time operation with 1,500 clients. At M a tthew's Hope, the homeless can get groceries, clothing, medical and mental-health care and eye exams. They also can tend

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Most unusual, though, is the ministry's detailed accountability system that allows those who do work there to earn "pastor bucks" that are exchanged for supplies. A sleeping bag, for instance, is 20 pastor bucks. A new bicycle with a lock and a bike light? Two hundred. Lunch with the pastor himself at a nice restaurant'? Forty — and, buyers say, a bargain. After a ll , B i l lue h i mself earns no salary. "I spent nights crying and

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place is packed. Yet it operates with surprising precision.There's an intake system for first-timers, where they're queried about where and how they currently live, what they need immediately and what they need to get back to an i ndependent life. They're also asked about drug and alcohol use. If they want more than a hot meal, shower and laundry, Billue has expectations. " If you h ave m oney f o r

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their example. He quit drugs cold turkey. But it was a chance venture to a church sermon that left him feeling unexpectedly disoriented — and then invigorated. Soon it was all he could think about. "God turned my life inside out," he said. "I was having c onversations with h i m a t night in my sleep. It got to the point where I couldn't help but listen." A h i g h -school d r o pout, he worked his way through seminary schoolbefore being hired — and fired — by three churches for his habit of chal-

lenging congregants to walk the walk. Six years ago, he started the nondenominational Next Community Church, w hich has about 100 members. He earns no salary there, either. On a recent Tuesday, Billue's on the phone with a mom living in a r e nt-by-the-week efficiency with her children and complaining she needs groceries. Her food stamps for the month have run out, and she won't get more for another week. "OK, we need to make an appointment for you to come in, and you need to bring your receipts so I can take a look at how you're spending your money," he tells her. "Because we can teach you budgeting and couponing so that you will be able to stretch the assistance you already get to cover an entire month."

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he explains. "But we won't cut someone off immediately, especially if they have children. "If they fail, we say: 'We'll continue your benefits for 90 days, and in that time, you will attend a program — 90 meetings in 90 days, just like any other addiction program. We're going to drug-test you randomly during that t ime,

and as long as you pass, we'll continue to get you your benefits. And at the end, you're going to sign a d eclaration that says we can drug-test you anytime we want.'" That way, they are not only freed of addiction, they're also in a better position to be a responsibleparent or employee.

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teach the couponing classes. It's a necessity when your husband works two full-time jobs yet has no income. "Pam feels her job is to provide for our family so I can do what God has called me to do," Billue said. "She's an extraordinary woman." Many call her husband extraordinary as well. "He has a b r i l liant business mind," said Cathy Jackson, executive director of the Homeless Services Network of Central Florida, the agency that secures grant funding for charities and helps coordinate their efforts. "If I won the lottery tomorrow, one of the first donations I'd make is to Matthew's Hope because I know their work is outstanding. His view is that they need to consider the whole person for the long term." On Tuesdays and Thursd ays, when the ministry i s

It worked with Butch Preston. Billue found him living in the woods in 2010 after two divorces and alienation from v irtually everyone h e h a d once loved. When Billue learned Preston was a talented musician and mastercarpenter,the pastor brought him a used guitar and found him odd jobs. But at night, Preston was still sleeping in the woods, still drinking and still using drugs. " Scott k ep t t e l l in g m e , 'Butch, I want to sit down with you sometime, and I want you to tell me your story.' And I'm like, 'Yeah, right.' But as I got to know his story, I could see we had more in common than I thought," Preston said. "I'd been anti-religion all my life, and I d idn't like it shoved down my throat. But Scott showed me how to have a personal relationship with God. It's just a v er y g o od guideline of how to be decent to people." Billue also got him into a rehab program at the Orlando Union Rescue Mission, where he quit smoking, drinking and doing drugs all at once. When he got out,he found full-time work remodeling a church in Ocoee. Now he lives in a house and, after a decade's absence, has reunited with his sons. "I wasn't used to people being nice to me," Preston said of his time at Matthew's Hope. "They changed my life. I have a job, I'm paying rent, I have a debit card. "And I just bought Christmas presents for the first time in 10 years."

"Yousee a man who has been homeless himself,who has been a drug addict, and now he has rolled up hissleeves and is living the Bible in the trenches." — Joe Gick, airline pilot and part-time volunteer at Matthew's Hope


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Why change? Brestel felt s ome p eople identified a Baptist church as too liberal or too conservative (or affiliated with the Westboro Baptist Church, whose members make the news for holding hateful signs at the funerals of soldiers and others). Or, people had the preconception that Baptists "were shouting and yelling," said Brestel — or that they tend to "split and fight a lot." He wanted people to know the church was "friendly, welcoming, safe" and people "will be accepted as they are." B restel pointed ou t t h a t many churches are shedding their d e nominational t i t l e. Central Oregon is filled with churches with no signifying denomination — W estside Church, Journey Church, New Hope Church, Cascade Praise, City Center Church, Desert Song Community Church, Impact Church, Word of Victory, and so on. B ut t ha t d o e sn't m e a n changingthe name of a church — especially one with such a long history — would prove

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Thename B restel wanted to t r y t o change the church's name before he retires sometime in the next year or so. (Mengle, the director of youth ministries, is expected to take his place; the ultimate decision remains with the elders.) "I would rather do it now, under my watch than throwing it on a new pastor," said Brestel. Brestel knew some people would be c oncerned about tradition and "disenfranchising some older members" of the congregation. A majority of the elders, who govern the church, wanted to p r oceed with the change. Mengle says most people felt it would offer the church a fresh start. But once the decision was made to change the name, came another difficult step: settling on a new name. After deliberation, the eld ers came u p w i t h t h r e e potential names. Then they settled on one that everyone "got all excited about," said Mengle. But after a few days, the excitement wore off the name — Foundation Church. It felt traditional. That's when Brestel offered a suggestion — what about Foundry'? Mengle began searching the word on the Internet and after learning what a foundry was,

states, visiting old p lantations, cemeteries, Civil War Continued from D1 reenactments, civil r i g hts DeWolf resurfacedin2008 museum s, various historic with "Inheriting the Trade: A sites, aswell as visiting each Northern Family Confronts o t h er'sfamilies. Its Legacy as the Largest I n their book, they discuss S lave-Trading Dynasty i n i n fr a nk terms the wounds U.S. History." left by slavery and racism in I n it, he traveled with fam- A m e r i ca. "Raci sm is enshrined as ily members to Cuba, Ghana a nd Rhode Island, histori- p a r t o f the American way," cal points in the "Triangle M o r g ansays. "The takeaway Trade," where their ancestors ( f rom th e book) is confrontpracticed the slave trade. i ng that past productively Since writing into the future." "I don't expect and p r omoting I dOnt eXpeCt ftrst book a nybody to d o 58, anybody to do what we did over h » ~ P ~nt h i s the past t h r ee What We time writing at years. That's part h ome in B e n d PVer the Past of the reason for or speaking at three years, the book: Here's colleges, confer- That S part pf w hat Sha r o n ences or leading and Tom d i d ," the reaSOn workshops and DeWolf says. teacher t r ain- fp r t h e b p p k . . H e hopes i t ings, he said. inspires its readHel'eS Wha C o- a u t h o r ers to take a perMorgan told The Sharon and sonal journey of Bulletin she was Tpm did," r eflection a n d familiar with Deask themselves, Wolf's first book — Tom DeWoIf " What don ' t w hen she m e t I k no w a b o ut him at Eastern myself and the Mennonite Uniother?" he says. versity in Virginia in 2008. "The 'other' can be a variThe two were there as par- e t y of things. We're focused ticipants in "Coming to the s p e cific ally on slavery and Table," a project that brings r a c i sm,the big u n healed t ogether th e d e scendants w o u n din our country, but it of slaves and slaveholders, appliesto religious intoleraimed at healing and build- a n c e, idscrimination based ing relationships. on age or class, what have " It created a m o del o f you . " working together i n r e a l M or gan hints that she and deep, accountable, authentic D e W olfcould team up on a w ays," DeWolf says. The two f u t u r e writing project. He had little to do with one an- s a ys th is first collaboration "went remarkably smooth other at first, he added, but " a year later, we started talk- f o r t w o pretty strong-willed ing about what if two people p e ople.' were to live this model of Eit her way, it looks like healing" they'd been learn- D e W olfw ill stick with writing about. ing. In a follow-up email to Morgan grew up in Chica- T h e Bulletin, he added, "I've go's South Side, confessing w a n tedto be a writer since in the book that she finds I w a s afreshman in college. w hite people scary. NevI t t o okme longer than most e rtheless, she and DeWolf f o l k s t ofinally do what I truwould embark on a book ly lovein life. It's gratifying project together. Over three t o finall y be here." Reporter: 541-383-0349, years, they visited Tobago a nd traveled t hrough 2 7 djasper@bendbtdletin.com

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For visitors to theVatican, it's cashonly The Associated Press VATICAN C I T Y — It ' s "cash only" now for tourists at the Vatican wanting to pay for museum tickets, souvenirs and other services after Italy's central bank decided to block electronic payments, including credit cards, at the tiny city-state. Deutsche Bank Italia, which for some 15 years had provided the Vatican with electronic payment services, said Thursday that the Bank of Italy had pulled its authorization after Dec. 31. The Corriere della Sera newspaper reportedthat the

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I'm afraid for him. Should I tell his probation officer or just watch him self-destruct'? — Scared and Confused in Michigan Dear Scared: The reason you can't get your husband's attention is because of the alcohol. He isn't thinking straight. As I am sure you realize, one of the hallmarks of adare going through diction is denial. No one helps an a really tough time, alcoholic by enabling the person to they do things they continue drinking, and your huswouldn't ordinarily do. Your moth- band definitely needs help. er may — ormay not— have an inWhile it may not be easy, talk to kling that something is going on. the probation officer so your husAsk your father if the text means band can be incarcerated, dry out he plans to leave the family. Then and become rational again. I know it give him a deadline to come clean is a painful choice, but watching him w ith your mother, and let h i m die of liver disease would be worse. know that if he doesn't, you will. Dear Abby: Can you a n swer You have my sympathy. something for me? If the abbreviaDear Abby:My husband was so- tion for "mister" is "Mr.," then why ber for 14 years. He started drink- isthere an R in "Mrs." when there's ing again two years ago. He's on no R in the word it's short for? — Inquisitive In California probation and drinking is a clear violation of his probation. His liver Dear Inquisitive:According to my enzymes are elevated, and I can't America Heritage Dictionary (4th seem to find the right words to get Edition), "'Mrs.' is the abbreviation his attention. I have thought about of the word 'mistress'" — an anticontacting his probation officer, quated term for a married or widbut then he will be incarcerated. owed woman. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com Abby, I am watching the man I love drink himself to death and orP0. Box 69440,Los Angeles, CA 90069 want our family to fall apart. But I can't stay quiet. What should I do? — Blindsided in Jersey Dear Blindsided:I agree that you can't keep quiet about this. What you saw was, of course, shocking — and the person you should talk to about it is your father. Sometimes when people

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HAPPY BIRTHDAYFOR SATURDAY, JAN. 5, 2013:This year youfocuson yourgoals.Updatethem as you do your friendships. Be aware that they might be changing as a result of your recent transformation. You might have to endure some harsh Stars showthe kind conditions in order of dayyou'll have to achieve a certain ** * * * D ynamic goal, but you will. ** * * P ositive Y o ur well-known ** * A verage det e rmination ** So-so emerges. If you are * Difficult single, a friendship could become even more. If you are attached, make sure to tend to the friendship that exists under the romance. When your bond encounters a hardship, which it will at times, your friendship will make all the difference in the outcome. SCORPIO is rigid but loyal. ARIES (March 21-April 19) ** * O t hers insist on having their way. You could prevent that from happening, or you could decide to go with the flow. Know that others are coming from a good place. Decide whatyou want before you head in a certain direction. Tonight: Togetherness works.

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demandri ghtnow,youalso haveto make sure that you're happy. If a situation is out of sync for you, let others know or just walk away. You do not need to put up with any problems. Tonight: Say "yes" to an offer.

CANCER (June21-July 22) ** * * Get some extra R and R. Go to a movie or veg at home, if you so choose. You might need to be a little more assertive and a lot less "at others' service." You will be much happier and get more of what you need as aresult. Tonight: Enjoy this newfound freedom.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.21) ** * T he less available you are, the better it is for you and also for others. Make yourself unable to be found while you gooffand do whatyou want.W hen you finally decide to resurface later on, you will be most appreciated. Tonight: You perk up late in the night.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Oec.21) ** * * You could be into doing something different. You seem secretive or withdrawn to many people. Let your instincts guide you in a situation involving an important loved one. You don't want this person to give you flakfor going on an adventure. Tonight: Still unavailable.

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** * * * E v en if you have notyet made plans to join your friends, you will. Others ** * * Take care of last-minute errands, enjoy the restoration of the tried and true finish sending out thank-you notes and patterns that all of you have fallen into. A stay on top of what you need to do. special friend will be delighted to have you Someone wants to demonstrate his or around. Tonight: To the wee hours. her caring in a meaningful way. Spend AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.18) the later part of the afternoon at home. ** * * O thers admire you, as long as Tonight: Order in. you make yourself vulnerable enough to VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept. 22) listen to their feedback. Responsibilities ** * Spend some time by yourself. You still demand your attention. Call and TAURUS (April 20-May20) might need to get some personal errands check in with an older family member. ** * You finally feel as if you have done done. Others are delighted to find you Tonight: Invite key friends over. enough in the afternoon. Do not insist close to home. A child or loved one shares PISCES (Feb.19-March20) on inviting others over. It might be nice his or her feelings. Tonight: Allowyourself ** * * You might want to understand a if they would take over the party and to be indulged. friend's true message. If you detach from get-together hosting for a while. Enjoy LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) all of the interpersonal interactions and the change of pace! Get into a favorite ** * * Y our spontaneity puts you in the distance yourself, you will be a lot clearer pastime. Tonight: The later it gets, the right place at the right time. Someone you as to where this person is coming from. better it gets. run into frequently might be an admirer. Go within yourself before responding. GEMINI (May 21-June20) You do not want to hurt this person's Tonight: In the moment. ** * * You have a style that attracts feelings if the feelings are not reciprocal. many people .Though you mightbe in © 2013 by King Features Syndicate

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NO CHECKS, ing motor, full cover, 17K mi., 35ft., Chevy appears and we will 541-820-3724 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend Honda Civic LX miles. $20,995. EZ - L oad t railer, Body is in DEBIT OR C REDIT be happy to fix it 5500 d i e sel, to y 877-266-3821 2008, like new, Call 541-815-1216 excellent condition, CARDS. $3500 OBO. 925 hauler $130 , 000. as soon as we can. Dlr ¹0354 always garaged, 541-382-3728. $2500 obo. 541-389-2636. If we can assist you Utility Trailers Chevy Sub u rban loaded. 27k mi., 541-420-4677 HertZGarOFSal es please call us: 1 500 LT Z7 1 P k g 'BB one owner. BEND 541 -385-5809 2004, t o w pkg. , $13,500. The Bulletin Classified leather, running 541-550-0994. boards, 3rd row seat, Big Tex LandscapWas $13,999. Now Get your ing/ ATI/Trailer, $9988. Vin ¹212758 Optima EX 2 0 04 Porsche Cayenne 2004, Kia Chrysler T&C business dual axle flatbed, 2.7L V6, all power op- 2005 18.5' '05 Reinen 185, V-6 86k, immac, dealer 7'x16', 7000 lb. AT, Mieivan S UB A R U . 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Primary/upfeatures knotty pine, Live the Central Orpose shop/pole barn, place, dbl. car garage. which makes it illegal throughout rock fireplace, cusegon lifestyle you've deck, hot tub. $149,900. Call Jim to advertise any pref- Kitchen and D i ning Newer great r oom, views, heart of down- stairs unit with great R oom, a n d Hea t gourmet kitchen, uptown Bend's historic room floor plan, mastom cabinets, double always dreamed of at MLS¹201207579 Hinton 541-420-6229 erence, limitation or THE FALLS at Eagle Pump. L a ndscaped stairs master s uite district. Meticulously ter suite & pa t i o. oven! Home-ID 974. Gail Day 541-306-1018 Central Oregon Realty discrimination based Eagle Crest ProperCrest. Residents of Central Oregon Realty Group, LLC on race, color, reli- for easy maintenance, and maintains the old updated home, per- Downstairs is a stusystem, charm of d owntown fect combination of dio unit. Both units ties THE FALLS enjoy exGroup, LLC gion, sex, handicap, sprinkler elegance & comfort. being sold furnished. 866-722-3370 clusive use of their 2 -Story home in N W familial status or na- fenced backyard, and Bend Find It in MLS¹201206543 MLS¹201205806 MLS¹201209307 own clubhouse, actional origin, or inten- has many trees. Redmond. Large 1705 The Bulletin Classlfleds! $79,900 Scott Huggin, Becky Brunoe, Broker John Snippen, Broker, cess to three golf tion to make any such Tick, Tock sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. MLS¹ 201208976 Broker, GRI 541-350-4772 MBA, ABR, CRS, GRI courses, and all the Knotty 541-385-5809 preferences, l i mitaalder cabinets Cascade Realty, 541-322-1500 We never stop moving: 541-312-7273 rest of Eagle Crest's tions or discrimination. Tick, Tock... SS appli a nces, Dennis Haniford, We never stop moving: 541-948-9090 amenities. Homesites We will not knowingly front/back land- Eagle Crest Beautiful Princ. 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M i n t Beautiful 2-Story 3 Laina Ryan, Principal Views! $265,000 b edrooms & b a t h $ 220,000 JUST R E 541-706-1897 bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 condition and a truly Broker, GRI 5+/- a c r es . Po w e ll rooms on the main DUCED! Very private We never stop moving: magnificent s e tting. sq. ft., stainless appliCascade/Sotheby's Butte. 2600+ sq. ft., 3 with, huge loft ca ances, gas fireplace. floor 3376 sf with master setting, Creekside Vil Int'n Realty bedroom, 2 bat h age 1871 s f t o w n Landscaped with irn- overlooking the great b edroom o n m a i n lhome 541-419-7540 home features expanroom, and an expans it s b e s ide gation MORRIS Cg $18 8 ,900. sive f loor with tw o b e d sive windows, f iretrex deck, ideal pond & creek, in im MLS¹201208280 PRICE REDUCTION MORRIS rooms and baths up REAL ESTATE p lace, den. 3 ba y for entertaining. maculate c o ndition, Immaculate home with shop with RV parking Jim Hinton, Ind p ndendy~ d a n dOpewied stairs f o r gue s ts. 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We never stop moving: www.johnlscott.com $97,500 www.johnlscott.com/43 Cate Cushman, Rare One! $775,000 235 MORRIS Principal Broker Flood irrigated mead- Lisa McCarthy, Broker, 541-480-1884 REAL ESTATE o ws, t i mber, y e a r SRES 541-419-8639 www.catecushman.com I dcpc dctlyO cda dOpc ud r ound creeks. 4 8 0 John L. Scott acres abuts national Bend j $549,000 Real Estate, Bend MORRIS Tumalo 3 bd r m, 2 4SW forest. Harney county. bedroom, 4.5 bath, www.johnlscott.com bath, 1100 sq. ft., pri- 3035 REAL ESTATE Trophy hunting in Silf t . t o w nvacy deck w/hot tub home sq. I dcpc dcwlyo cda dopcm<cd Good classified ads tell vies Valley. Two tax nestled in the off master, dbl galots with potential for 4 the essential facts in an trees, close to rage, 3 outbldgs, RV pine Awbrey Butte j LOP tags. Log cabin interesting Manner. Write the Deschutes River hook-up, fenced back, $750,000 sits above the mead- from the readers view - not 1/3 acre w ith i rrig. trail. 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Light Broker, CRS in and bright solid wood bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 541-480-6621 The Bulletin MORRIS sq.ft., master separa- interior doors, hard- We never stop moving: REAL ESTATE tion, office, fenced, wood floors, stainless Classifieds steel appliances, upf lower garden, R V Idp d wO d d o pc «d d ated k itchen w i t h parking. $ 1 3 5,000. 541-385-5809 granite, large lot, ex748 MLS ¹ 201 0 07848. Pam Lester, Principal tra parking, fenced 747 Northeast Bend Homes dog area. $375,000. B roker, Century 2 1 MORRIS Southwest Bend Homes Gold Country Realty, www.johnlscott.com/3 NE Bend i $165,000 REAL ESTATE 9786 Inc. 541-504-1338 Light and bright single 2-Story house, h u ge 1 dcpc dcwo cd d opc <cd Jim Brennan, Broker home located in shop. $215,000. Nice story The Bulletin 541-480-7296 the gated community Advertise your car! h ouse w it h H U G E John L. 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Of - f or y o u r cus t o m Broken Topj Sweetest 4 bdrm, 2 bath Awbrey Glen i fered a t $2 2 0 ,000 touches $1,185,000 in Bend! 1635 sq ft, great MLS ¹201208354 $659,000 The Pinehurst at Bro- neighborhood, lovingly Offered at $450,000 Exquisite single level ken Top by Steven upgraded for 7 years. Sue Price, Broker MLS ¹201208736 home. Open f l o or Van Cascade/Sotheby's Sa n t /PacwestO pen f l oorplan, R V Sue Price, Broker Int'n Realty plan, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 Homes! Unmatched parking, garden, hot tub, Cascade/Sotheby's bathrooms, 3096 sq. 541-408-7742 Int'n Realty quality & craftsman- & so much more. For ft., formal dining, den/ ship! Sin g le-level,details & photos go to 541-408-7742 Thank you Shelley for office, quality finishes. 3-car garage, custom www.tangocreekhome.com making our DREAMS Expansive deck , cabinetry & trim. 0.55 COME TRUE! FOR SALE paver stone patio, fire acre golf course view Incredible! Professional! pit, beautiful .51-acre lot. 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• 8 weeks/year or trade with RCI! • 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath Loft

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Call The Norma DuBois and Julle Moe Team,

Call Greg Barnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222

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61531 Aaron Way ~ $192,000

On the Hillside in SWRedmond ( $215,000

Rivers Edge - Golf View ( $369,000!

Gem in theRough/ Three Rivers South/ $165,000

• 1780 SF, 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath • Corner cul-de-saclot • Bedrooms¹i laundry up •Spaci ouskitchenopento great room features: • Tiled granite counters,stainless appliances • Wood look laminate floors, gas firep ace,large eating area MLS¹201209243

• 55149 Forest Lane • 3 bed, 2 bath, 1224 SF • Very comfortable home for weekend getaways or full time living in the woods • Desirable development • Close to the Big Deschutes MLS¹201206233

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17940 Parkway Lane ) $399,000

2910 NW Underhill Place ( $425,000

Woodside Ranch ) $435,000

• Permitted GP Building w/llvlng quarter/loft ' Bath, laundry area, septic, well & pumpbouse • RV hookups inside& out,100amp breakerln shop

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• 3 Bd, 2 Ba, quality custom home • Gorgeous NEVIEW! • Flooded w/natural!ight • Beautiful kitchen w/SS appliances and big pantry • Spacious masterw/big closet • Trex deck,large2-car garage w/shop area &huge spaceunder the housefor??? MLS¹201208354

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Acreage Close To Town ~ $495,000

• West Hills contemporary home in the pines " • 3180 SF on a double lot • Contemporary floor plan and finishes •Waterfeatures,inside and out • Mature old growth pine trees, beautiful landscaping. Must see!

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• 23+ acres • Gorgeous Cascade Mtn. views • Well maintained ranch home in Gosney Meadows • Studio/shop • Irrigated, pastoral setting

Call Jordan Haase, Principal Brokerl 541-420-1559 www.jordanhaase.com

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

Call Bryan Hilts, Brokerl 541-771-3200 cloudnine©bendcable. com

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

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

363 SW Bluff Dr. ( $549,000

Horse/Hay Ranch ) $550,000

Heart of NorthWest Crossing ~ $569,000

•3bedrooms,3fullbaths,2290SF • Kitchen w/slab granite & stainless steel appliances • Wood wrappedwindows &solid wood doors • Private balconyon all 3 levels • Mtn.!k river views from 3rd ffoor balconyPri - vate elevator MLS¹201208744

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• Two master suites, tiled floors & granite counters ¹

• Balcony off living room has a view of the Cascade Mtns. MLS¹201201370

Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokersl 541-419-4553

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PointsWest Rare Offering ~ $629,000 • 2956 SF luxurytownhome 'r • 4 suites, beautifully appointed u • Master on the main level • Extens ive hardwoods,granite, rockwork • Situated on 15th fairway of Widgi Creek MLS¹201201307 '

• The Plaza in the Old Mill • 2 Bdrm, 2 bath, 1698 SF • Main level unit with open floor plan

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Perfect Location ~ $657,000

26 NW Skyliner Summit Loop ~ $664,900

New Tetherow Home ( $675,000

• Perfect location between Bend &Redmond

Mtn. views!

• 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 3443SF •Open ffo orplan w/vaulted ceilings

• 4bdrm, 3bath, 3458SF w/main level living • Gorgeousnewquartz counter tops & .

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Contemporary City Living ( $820,000

This Property Has It All f $849,900

baths, currently underconstruction

• Seamless integration of indoor and outdoor space,openfloor p an • Private courtyard andcovered back patio w/mountainviews • Energy efficient Earth Advantage • A f ex room &study allow for maximumversatility

• 4 bed, 3 bath, 3722SF MLS¹201108984

Call Brian Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912

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

• Brand new single level 3bdm,3.5

• Striking home in prestigious Hillside Park • Great room floor plan • Dream kitchen w/all amenities • Luxurious master suite • Beautiful outdoor courtyard, water feature

• December2012completion • 3 bed, bonus,loft, 3-car garage • Main level living & mastesui r te • Three outdoor terraces and indoor/outdoor living • Large lot (16,915 sq. ft.) • Full golf membership MLS¹201206848

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• 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 3200 SF

Just minutes to medical,

• Immaculate interior

shopping, & schools Single level, open great room Great for entertaining Private setting, borders BLM Separate entrance for home

• Heated parking • Cascade Mountain views

• Walk to Old Mill/Downtown MLS¹201207761

office Formal dining/living, chef's kitchen

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Broken Top Beauty! ( $889,000

1451 NW Remarkable Dr. ~ $945,000

family living ': • 4623 SF, 4(or 5)bdrms, 4 baths • Open great room, fantastic kitchen • Theatre room, den, family room • Huge deck, hot tub,3-car garage • Lg. treed homesite on 4th teebox

Call Sandy Kohlmoos, Broker, CRSl 541-408-4309

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Luxury Single Level in BrokenTop ( $1,150,000

Prime Development Land ~ $1,250,000

• 5 bedroom, 4 baths, 5116 sq. ft. • Overlooking Broken Top's 12th air way and green • One level with upstairs guest

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• Brasada Ranch • 5400 SF onflat.75 acre! • 5 fireplaces! • Green built, efficient solar system • Finely crafted GaryNormanbuilt custom

• Stunning finishes

• Large family room downstairs

• Unobstructed mountain views

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15631 SW Mecate Lane ~ $1,545,000

MLS¹ 201 207169

• 3 car garage w/shop area

Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086 i www.brokentopclassic.com

• 18.3 acres of prime development property • Ready for annexation into Redmond • Partially located on the Canyon Rim • Terms

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• Overlooking 10th fairway & green • Custom home completely remodeled in 2004-05 by Melrose Construction • Kathy Bi Karol Niemi interior plan/ design with quality & detail - 4476 SF • 5 bed, 5.5 bath, main level master • Great room design. Wonderful indoor and outdoor living spacious, quiet cul-de-sac location

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View, Views 8 More Views. Located down a private lane. City lights at night are amazing. 2938 sq, ft.,

MLS¹201209423 (730)

SHELLY HUMMEL, BROKER, CRS,GRI, CHMS

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4 bedroom, 3 bath, large bonusroom, large deck, 3-car garage, rough sq. ft. you can finish.

Light and bright single story homelocated in the gated community of Mountain View Park. Newly painted exterior and interior. Vaulted ceilings, skylights, attached doublecargarage, private backyard.

This little jewel hasunique featureswhich include 2 skylights, copper 8 corrugated tin, and reclaimed wood from thesurrounding area. Located on I acre in a great community close to lakesand rivers.

MLS¹201209345 (730)

MLS¹201209338 (730)

MLS¹201209421 (730)

541-383-4361

ROOKIEDICKENS, BROKER,GRI, CRS,ABR 541-815-0436

PATPALAZZI, BROKER 541-771-6996

TENBROEK- HILBERGROUP, LLC 541-550-4944

541-788-0029

REDMONDI $2,500,000

MOUNTAIN VIEWRANCH i $1,200,000

IT'5 A LIFEST YLEi $824,000

AWBREY BUTTEI $625,000

NEW IN AWBREY GLENI $599,000

Established car wash business located on main Central

158 Acres of Privacy 8 Mountain Views. 2 custom log buildings, irrigation, hay production 8 backsto National Grasslandsfor lots of open space 8 thenearby DeschutesRiver. Great horse 8 view property!

Timber FramedConstruction using 100 year old reclaimed timbers,beams8 flooring, this homewill warm your heart with character 8 charm.Main home, guest home, shop, 20 secludedacresminutes fromSisters.

on cul-de-sac. Vaulted living/dining room, private master on main level. Kitchenopens tofamily room. Built-in wet bar. Shop with concrete floor.

MLS¹201206492 (732)

MLS¹201209411 (762)

MLS¹201200880 (762)

MLS¹201206297 (746)

STEVEPAYER, BROKER,GRI

DIANE LOZITO,BROKER

Great opportunity to own a large, .21-acre lot in an established area of town close to shopping, restaurants, schools, and medical facilities. All utilities are to the lot.

MLS¹201209425 (730)

DARRINKELLEHER BROKER

Oregon state highway. Center of Redmondretail business district. Includes real estate, fixtures, equipment and inventory. Call for details.

541-480-2966

541-548-3598, 541-306-9646

BRANDON FAIRBANKS, BROKER,SRES, GRI, CDPE 541-383-4344

AWBREY VILLAGEI $588,000

SW BENDi $549,000

REDMONDi $535,000

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MLS¹201209414 (746)

DIANE ROBINSON,BROKER,ABR

541-706-1897

541-419-8165

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MLS¹201208296 (746)

4 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3035 sq. ft, townhomenestled in the pine trees, close to the Deschutes River trail. Great room floor plan, vaulted beamceilings, gourmet kitchen, paver patio, water feature.

MLS ¹: 201203181 (747)

KELLYNEUMAN, BROKER

DEBBIEJOHNSON, BROKER

541-480-2102

541-480-1293

WESTHILLSJEWELLi $434,900

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4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3356 sq. ft. remodeledhome with quality finishes. 4+ car garage with a guestsuite above 8 a 5-bayshopwith 220v wiring & RVdoors.

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home, 2334 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom.Energy efficient with geothermal groundsourceheating.

MLS¹201209443 (773)

MLS¹201207288 (762)

SHELLYHUMMEL, BROKER,CRS,GRI, CHMS

DAWN ULRICKSON,BROKER,CRS, GRI, SFR

NE BENDI $349,000

EDGECLIFF I $347,500

541-383-4361

Tumalo CreekGem! 40 acres bordering national forest. Creek meanders through property. Timbered and private retreat.

541-610-9427

CRAIG LONG, BROKER 541-480-7647

NW BENDI $335,000

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2000 Remodel. New cabinets, appliances, carpet. Furnace and central A/C 2 years old, roof 5 years old. View through Ponderosas. Large lot. Main floor master, 2 fireplaces and rec room. Large deckand patio.

Gorgeous Cascade views. Large mastersuite. Vaulted wood ceilings. Possible mother-in-law suite. Borders 8LM. Bring your horse and toys. RVarea.

Panoramic Northeasterly views. 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 4020 sq. ft. perched on theedge of rimrock. Spacious kitchen, 3 separate living spaces, 8 wood accents throughout. Large decks for outdoor living.

Well maintained, cozy home,nestled among mature

Walnut wood floor, custom alder cabinets, 9 ft. 8 11 ft. ceilings, crown molding 8 surround sound. Private paver patio with water feature.

MLS¹201209333 (746)

MLS¹201208464 (748)

MLS¹201205268 (762)

MLS¹201206019 (748)

MLS¹201207650 (746)

CRAIG SMITH,BROKER 541-322-2417

DEBORAHBENSON, PC, BROKER,GRI 541-480-6448

JANE STRE LL, BROKER,ABR, GRI 541-948-7998

AMY HALLIGAN,BROKER 541-410-9045

MINDA MCKITRICK,BROKER , GRI 541-280-6148

SUNDANCE i $329,000

JACK JOHNSSUNRIVERSPECIALIST!

NW BENDI $239,900

PROPERTY 8 BUSINESSi $239,500

Ponderosas in a quiet west side neighborhood. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, shop, greenhouse, RVparking, 2.3 acres, hot tub, large fenced backyard.

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I've been living and working right in Sunriver for over 25 years. Call me with your Sunriver, Crosswater and Caldera Springs RealEstate needs!

MORAN, JIM, BROKER

JACK JOHNS,BROKER,GRI

MLS¹201209541 (749)

2264 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath near Sawyer Park, close to the river and recreation trails. Kitchen with maple cabinets, living room with stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and Milgard windows,

Living quarters included with this businessand property. Located on Hwy 97. Business ismainly from the Hwy traffic. Owner will carry.

GARYROSE,BROKER

ROOKIEDICKENS, BROKER,GRI, CRS,ABR

541-588-0687

541-815-0436

541-788-0029

REDMONDI $199 900

MIDTOWNBENDI $199,900

MLS¹201209444 (746)

541-948-0997

541-480-9300

OPENMON&WED11-4 I $219,947 NEW CONSTRUCTION I $219,500 E A STBROOK EST ATES I $200,000

MLS ¹201203037 (732)

New construction in SEBend. Single level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1641 sq. ft. home on large lot on the edge of town backing to COI canal. Completion 3/I/13.

MLS¹201208267 (749)

8 2/10 Homebuyer'sWarranty. MLS¹201206008 (748)

1366 sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath homelocated on a quiet cul-de-sac in NE Bend. Great condition inside and out,

fully landscaped, fencedand sprinkler system. Great open floor plan!

MLS¹201208902 (748)

DON KELLE HER BROKER GREGFLOYD,P.C., BROKER

RAY BACHMAN, BROKER, GRI

541-480-1911

541-390-5349

541-312-4044

MOVE IN CONDITIONi $199,900

SW BENDi $179,900

CASC ADEVIEWS, POWELLBUTTEi $169,000

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New construction, 1500 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, great room, kitchen with island, fireplace & large master suite. Front yard landscaping & sprinkler system, large

Single story homeon .26 of an acre in gated community. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2498 sq, ft. Granite counters 8 hardwoods. Detachedoffice space. 3-car garage, nice deck in theback.

home, great midtown location, lots of character. Oversized lot, nicely landscaped, finished basement, arched doorways, wide trim 8 hardwood floors.

MLS¹201206831 (750)

MLS¹201207022 (748)

CHRISTY HARTMAN-DECOURCEY, BROKER

GREGMILLER,P.C., BROKER,CRS,GRI

541-312-7263

541-408-1511

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VIEWS! VIEWS!VIEWS! Beautiful Cascade Viewsfrom this 19.62 acre vacant land homesite in Powell Butte, Gently sloped parcel, perfect to build your dreamhome. Might have natural springs on property.

MLS¹201209538 (748)

MLS¹201208852 (747)

MLS¹201205095 (773)

BONNIE SAVICKAS,BROKER 541-408-7537

NICOLETTE JONES, BROKER

CAROLYN PRIBORSKY, P.C., BR OKER, ABR,CRS

541-383-4350

JACKIEFRE NCH, BROKER 541-480-2269

CATHYDELNERO, BROKER

REDMONDI $125,000

THREE RIVERSSOUTH I $119 000

PRINEVILLE i $99,000

NW BENDLOTI $80 000

THREE RIVERSSOUTHLOT I $75,000

Extensive remodel - 12'x20' great roomwith wood & bamboo floor, master bath with tile 8 granite. Private wooded lot with large outdoor deck. Newer appliances. Circular drive offers extra parking.

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Convenient to schools, river and Old Mill.

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Nice and secluded setting in the pine trees. Close to DeschutesRiver. Plenty of roomfor all your toys & RV. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1353 sq. ft. Home is inmove-in ready condition. Bankowned.

MLS¹201207296 (755)

DARRYL DOSER,BROKER,CRS

541-383-4334

Great location on the way to Mt. Bachelor.

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Inventory is low, which is anadvantage to sellers. Coldwell Bankerranks ¹I for selling themosthousesin Bend. Call me toget your housesold.

Over 2 acres with Cascade Mountain and Crooked RiverCanyon views onthe canyon rim. Bordered by 3000 acres of8LMproperty for endless recreation.

MLS¹2704850 (757)

JJ JONES,BROKER

541-610-7318 • 541-788-3678

Build your custom home onthis .47-acre lot on a short street with only a few homes.Enjoy views of the River's Edge golf course and the buttes to the east.

Easy access toHighway 97 and theParkway.

River, Trails, Public Lands! 8ig DeschutesRiver beach access right acrossthe road..45 acre cul-de-sac lot to build your DreamHome. BacksDeschutes National Forest.

MLS¹201209006 (771)

MLS¹201204299 (771)

JERRY STONE, BROKER

541-390-9598

KATHYPOWELL,BROKER 541-383-4342


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Paid Program WEN Hair Care Tone Abs Johnny Cash Carol Burnett Princess cc O nthe Money Surviving a CarCrash CNN 55 38 35 48 YourMoney(N) CNN Newsroom(N) CNN Newsroom(N) CNN Newsroom(N) CNN Newsroom(N) The ComingStorm(N) COM 135 53 135 47 (12:15) *"The HotChick" (2002)RobSchneider, Anna Faris. cc (2:15) ** "Year One"(2009, Comedy)Jack Black, MichaelCera. cc (4:15) ** "Dinner for Schmucks"(2010)SteveCarell, Paul Rudd. cc COTV 11 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Joy of Fishing Adv Journal G e t Outdoors Visions of NW City Club of Central Oregon CSPAN 61 20 12 11 (11:00) Washington ThisWeek Newsmakers Washington ThisWeek Q&A 'DIS 87 43 14 39 (11:00)Bcltn Ph i neas,Ferb J e ssie'G' « Aus t i n&Ally'G'Austin & Ally 'G' Austin & Ally 'G' A.N.T. Farm 'Y7' Dog With a Blog Jessie 'G' « Sha ke It Up! 'G' Good-Charlie G o od-Charlie *DISC 156 21 16 37 GOld RuSh LepreChaun GOld'PG' A m iSh Mafia n '14' cc Amish Mafia n '14' cc Amish Mafia Fall FromGrace'14' P r operty Wars Property Wars Property Wars Property Wars *E! 136 25 Ice Loves Coco Ice LovesCoco Ice LovesCoco Ice LovesCoco Ice Loves Coco Keeping Up With the Kardashians Keeping Up With the Kardashians Keeping Up With the Kardashians Kardashian ESPN 21 23 22 23 BCS Countdown The Experts From Miami. (N ) Inte r ruption Road to the BCS Road to the BCS ESPNUFilm Room(N) NFL PrimeTime(N) (Live) cc ESPN2 22 24 21 24 Billiards 2012 World Series of Poker 2012 World Series of Poker 2012 World Series of Poker FinalTableFromLasVegas. BCS Countdown(N) ESPNC 23 25 123 25 SEC Storied cc Year of the Quarterback cc 30 for 30 30 for 30 cc Roll Tide/WarEagle cc ESPNN 24 63 124203 SportsCenter (N) (Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live)D cc SportsCenter SportsCenter ©c ** "AWalklo Remember" (2002)ShaneWest, MandyMoore ** "TheLast Song"(2010, Drama)Miley Cyrus, GregKinnear, LiamHemswoith FAM 67 29 19 41 (11:00) ** "The Time Traveler's Wi/e" (2009) FNC 57 61 36 50 Journal Editorial FOX News Ame rica's News Headquarters (N) Fox NewsSunday FOX Report(N) Huckabee(N) *FOOD 17762 98 44 ChoppedThirstyfor Victory Restaurant: Impossible 'G Rachael vs.GuyCook-Off Rachael vs.GuyCook-Off Rachael vs. GuyCook-Off Rachael vs. GuyCook-Off ** "You Don'Mess t With theZohan" (2008,Comedy) AdamSandler, JohnTurturro ** "Whil eChicks"(2004,Comedy)ShawnW ayans,MarlonWayans,JaimeKing. FX 131 Death Race Forget Sarah HGTV 176 49 33 43 Love lt or Listlt'G' « Property Brothers'G' cc Property Brothers'G' cc Property Brothers'G' cc Property Brothers 'G' cc Property Brothers'G' « *HIST 155 42 41 36 How the States GotTheir Shapes How the States Got Their Shapes How the States Got Their Shapes How the StatesGot Their Shapes How the States GotTheir Shapes How the StatesGotTheir Shapes *** "Accused at 17" (2009,Suspense)Cynthia Gibb. « LIFE 138 39 20 31 (11:00) "Seventeen "Betrayed al 17" (2011,Drama)Alexandra Paul, KatieGill. 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Premiere. n "Indiana Jones-LastCrusade" SPIKE 132 31 34 46 Worst Tenants ** "Payback" (1999, Action) MelGibson, Gregg Henry, Maria Bello. n ** "Daybreakers" (2009,Horror) EthanHawke,Wilem Dafoe SYFY 133 35 133 45 (11:00) "Wolvesbayne" (2009) Slake Land" (2010)Nick Damici * * * " A n American Werewolfin London" (1981) DavidNaughton TBN 205 60130 King IsComing Kingdom Conn. John Hagee MarriageToday Joseph Pri Jakes'G' Joyce Meyer Leading theWay TheBlessed Life Joel Osteen 'PG' Kerry Shook nce Gregory Dickow T.D. Friendsn'PG'«CougarTownnCougarTown C ougarTown C o ugarTownn Cougar Town My CougarTown Your**"!7Again"(2009,Comedy)ZacEfron,LeslieMann,ThomasLennon.A 37 'TBS 627 11 28 Friendsn'14' 'PQ' cc Down South'PG' Square One 'PG' 'PG' « Life 'PG' « Wor l d 'PG' yea r -old man miraculotransforms usly into ateenager. « *** "She Wore aYellowRibbon" (1949,Western) JohnWayne,Joanne Dru. 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