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Private landowners involved with a possible land swap with the federal government say they have a solution to a problem of road access to a proposed Cathedral Rock Wilderness. But a Jefferson County commissioner says he has seen the plan before and it wouldn't solve the problem. Young Life and the Cherry

Creek Ranch are proposing a

trailheadforoverland access to the wilderness off Muddy Creek Road northeast of Madras nearthe JeffersonWasco county line. They also callfor a series offourgates to closesections ofthe roads seasonally to visitors while locals, as well as state and federal agencies, would have keys allowing them to drive the road except when closed by wintry weather. "Anyone who has a reason

or a need to get through there is going to be able to access it," said Matt Smith, vice president of the Cherry Creek Ranch. Young Life, which operates a Christian youth summer camp at Washington Family Ranch, and Cherry Creek Ranch detailed their proposal in a letter to U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden in late March. Wyden's office released the plan and letter late Thursday.

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Craig Kilpatrick, land use consultant for Washington Family Ranch, said in an email that he was too busy for an interview Friday with The Bulletin. He did send a map detailing the proposal. While the design has been updated, the location of the four gates and trailhead on the new map are the same as proposed in August 2011 by Young Life and Cherry Creek, according to Jefferson County records. SeeCathedral Rock/A5

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year, when Congress instructed the Federal Aviation Administration to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles into American airspace by the end of 2015, it initiated an intense competition to be selected as one of six test sites. After the FAA published its requirements earlier thisyear, 50 groups from 37 statesquickly expressed interest. Oregon has teamed with Alaska and Hawaii to form the Pan-Pacific Unmanned Aerial System Test Range Complex, with Alaska serving asteam leader. "Alaska has over a decade of unmanned aerial vehicle experience, both in termsof research and operational applications," said Eric Simpkins, the chief operating officer of the Pan-Pacific team and Oregon'steam leader. Although remotely piloted aircraft are often called "drones," thanks in large part to the media's use of the term to describe military-style predators, the properterm forthem is unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, Simpkins explained. SeeUAVs/A4

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In the cutthroat world of college chess, the University of Maryland Baltimore County was once as dominant as Duke in basketball or Alabama in football. UMBC was the first school to institutionalize scholarships for top players, recruiting grandmasters from Russia, Germany, Israel and beyond. The playbook worked, enabling a school few had heard of outside of Maryland to rack up six Final Four championships and build a reputation as an intellectual powerhouse on the cheap. Now other schools are

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Drew Hill, 20, of Bend, lays back on a turn while riding an artificial wave at Mavericks at Sunriver Friday afternOOn. In additiOn tO the F1OWrider, MaVerickS featureS a number Of aCtiVitieS inCluding

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one-upping the king of college chess, raising the specterofthe arms race that plagues other college sports. Just last year, Webster University in St. Louis recruited Texas Tech's diva coach, whose team of Grandmasters followed along. This weekend in Rockville, Md., at the Final Four of college chess, UMBC will be competing, but its longtime chess director suspects his team will lose — dominant no more in a world it created.

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because it's a competition," said Alan Sherman, UMBC's chess director. "But I'm predicting Webster will be the clear winner." See Chess/A5

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Jonathan Harrison, left, and Amir Taaki hold a copy of Bitcoin magazine outside a dilapidated commune in London where those working with Bitcoin operate and live. Harrison is a former gold trader who left his job to join the group of bitcoin obsessives.

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LONDON — A currency surging in value at a breathtaking rate this week belongs to no nation and is issued by no central bank. It can be used to buy gold in California, a hamburger in Berlin or a house in Alberta. When desired, it can offer largely untraceable transactions. The coin in question now has a global circulation worth more than $1.4 billion on paper. Yet almost no one, it seems, knows the true identity of its creator. In the United States, this mysterious money

has become the darling of antigovernment libertarians and computer wizards prospecting in the virtual mines of cyber space. In Europe, meanwhile, it has found its niche as the coinage of anarchic youth. The currency is bitcoin, a kind of cyber-money initially traded among hackers and cryptologists, and increasingly traded on websites and exchanged for goods and services. Two years ago, one bitcoin was worth less than $1. Two months ago, the price for one unit surged above $20 on a proliferation of cyber-exchanges from Tokyo to Moscow. SeeBitcoin /A4

LINCOLN, Del. — A steel-haired woman, 89 years old and an inch short of 5 feet, sat on a pillow in the driver's seat of herBuick LeSabre,just thinking. Parked outside a convenience store on one of the last days of winter, she was considering a preEastertreat for herself: an icecream cone. Butter pecan. Two girls, 15 and 14, appeared at the window, calling her "Miss" and offering to pay for a ride to the other side of town. Her inclination was to say no, but her strong belief in offering kindness to strangers won out. She said yes, of course, and no need to

pay her. Uncertainty soon joined the ride, as her passengers directed her to one house, then to another, and another. Then, according to the police, they snatched her keys, causing a tussle between two girls and a small woman three times their combined ages. Youth won out. They locked her in the trunk. SeeKidnapped/A4

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Living together is the new norm

Final FOur —March Madness has spilled into April, as the last four teams remaining in the NCAA men's basketball tournament play tonight.C1

By Elizabeth Lopatto

from marriage and its legal complications, she said. Three of four women in A couple that shares an the United States have lived address counts as a " f irst with a partner without be- union," as does a first maring married by age 30, an in- riage, according to the recreasing trend that suggests port. Only 23 percent of first cohabitation is now a regular unions weremarriages in the part of family life, research- study period, compared to 39 ers said. percent in 1995. The survey o f 1 2 , 279 " Cohabitation is a c o mwomen ages 15 through 44 mon part of family formaalso found that 40 percent tion in the United States, and of unmarried partners tran- serves both as a step toward sitioned to marriage within marriage and as an alternathree years,according tothe tive to marriage," the report Centers for Disease Control sa>d. and Prevention report. A The Atlanta-based CDC's third of th e a rrangements report used interviews startstayed intact without mar- ing in 2006 and ending in riage, while 27 percent dis- 2010. About 70 percent of solved, the study found. women without high school More people are putting diplomas lived with a partner off marriage either because as their first union, compared t hey can't afford it or b e- to 47 percent of those with a cause it's financially risky, bachelor's degree, the report said Gail Wyatt, director of found. Women with less than the University of California a high school diploma were Los Angeles's sexual health less likely to marry within program. About 48 percent three years, compared to of th e w o me n s u r veyed peers with more education. lived with a partner as a first The study's takeaway is u nion, compared with 3 4 that there are more statuses percent in 1995. Others may than married and unmarview cohabitation as a way of ried, Joffe said. Some people test-driving a relationship to are truly single, others are see if a marriage will work. cohabitating, and some are "Marriage is for people m arried. The q uestion i s who have money and want how best to support these to spend money just on the different kinds of families, wedding itself," Wyatt said she said. "We have toprepare girls in a telephone interview. She wasn't involved in the study. not to look for white dresses "Some people would rather as the end-all, but to look at buy a house, or just pay the their f i nancial o pportunirent." ties and their careers," said People who are poor or Wyatt. "The same is true for less educated may shy away boys." B(oomberg News

HISTORY Highlights:In1973, Ron

Blomberg of the NewYork Yankees becameMajor League

With the planets on the opposite sides of the sun, radio waves cannot reach

Baseball's first designated

rovers on the surface nor spacecraft orbiting the planet. In preparation,

Tiant of the Boston Red Sox

scientists sent scaled back instructions through May l.

hitter as he facedpitcher Luis at Fenway. (Blomberg was walked with the bases loaded; Boston won the game, 15-5.) In1830, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was organized by Joseph Smith in Fayette, N.Y. In1862, the Civil War Battle of

Shiloh began inTennesseeas Confederate forces launched a surprise attack against Union troops, who beat backthe Confederates the next day. In1896, the first modern

Olympic gamesformally opened in Athens, Greece. In1909, American explorers Robert E. Peary and Matthew A. Henson and four Inuits be-

came the first men to reach the North Pole.

In1917,Congress approved a declaration of war against

Germany. In1943, "Le Petit Prince" (The

Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery was first published in the U.S. by Reynal &

Hitchcock of NewYork. In1945, during World War II,

theJapanesewarshipYamato and nine other vessels sailed on a suicide mission to attack the U.S. fleet off Okinawa; the fleet was intercepted the next

day. In1963, the United States

signed anagreement to sell the Polaris missile system to Britain. In 1973, NASA launched Pioneer11, which flew by Jupiter

and Saturn. In1988,Tirza Porat, a15-yearold Israeli girl, was killed in a West Bank melee. (Although

Arabs were initially blamed, the army concluded Tirza had been accidentally shot by a

Jewish settler.)

In1998, country singer

Tammy Wynette died at her

By Alicia Chang The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — It's the M artian v ersion o f s p r i ng break: Curiosity and Opportunity, along with their spacecraft friends circling overhead, will take it easy this month because of the sun's interference. For much of April, the sun blocks the line of sight between Earth and Mars. This celestial alignment — called a Mars solar conjunction — makes it difficult for engineers to send instructions or hear from the flotilla in orbit and on the surface. Such communication blackouts occur every two years when the red planet disappears behind the sun. No new commands are sent since flares and charged particles spewing from the sun can scramble transmission signals and put spacecraft in danger. Mission teams prepared by uploading weeks of s caledback activities beforehand. "They're on their own," said Rich Zurek, chief Mars scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The rovers are banned from driving. Instead, they take a "staycation" and study their surroundings. Th e o r b iting Mars Odyssey and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter continue to listen for the rovers and make their own observations, but for the most part will transmit data once Mars is in view again. Opportunity, Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and the European Space Agency's Mars Express have survived previous bouts of r estricted communications. It's the first for Curiosity, which landed last

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An artist's rendering shows the positions of the sun, Earth end Mars, at left. Radio communications between Earth and Mars are limited during this planetary alignment, which occurs in April. Spacecraft in orbit around Mars and on the surface will not receive new commands during this period. year near the Martian equator to hunt for the chemical building blocks of life. Until May 1, Curiosity can only check the weather every hour, measure radiation and look for signs of water below the desert-like surface. The limitedchores are a departure for the active six-wheeler, which is used to driving, drilling and zapping its laser at rocks. Before the sun got in t he way, Curiosity made its biggest discovery yet: From a drilled piece of rock, it determined that its crater landing site was habitable billions of years ago, possessingsome of the basic ingredientsnecessary to support tiny microbes. Scientists must wait until next month to drill into another rock and start the long-delayed trek to a mountain where Curiosity will search for the elusive organic molecules that are fundamental to life as we know it. The road trip was supposed to

Nashville home at age 55.

Ten years ago:Inthe Iraq War, U.S. forces encircled and began flying into Baghdad's international airport. British forces in the south made their

deepest push into Basra, Iraq's second-largest city.

Five yearsago:President George W.Bushand Russian President Vladimir Putin, meeting at the Black Sea resort of Sochi, failed to overcome

sharp differences over aU.S. missile defense system as they closed their seven-year relationship.

One year ego:Five black people were shot, three fatally, in Tulsa, Okla.; two suspects, Jake England and Alvin Watts,

are accused of targeting the victims on the basis of race. A Navy F18 Hornet jet whose

pilots were forced to eject crashed in aspectacular fireball into a big apartment

complex in Virginia Beach, Va., scattering plane parts and wiping out some 40 units, but

killing no one.

BIRTHDAYS Nobel Prize-winning scientist James D. Watson is 85.

Composer-conductor Andre Previn is 84. Country singer Merle Haggard is 76. Actor

Billy Dee Williams is 76. Movie director Barry Levinson is 71. Actor John Ratzenberger is

66. Rock musician Warren Haynes is 53. Rock singermusician Frank Black is 48.

Author Vince Flynn is 47.

Actress Ari Meyers is 44. Actor Paul Rudd is 44. Actor

Zach Braff is 38. Actress Candace Cameron Bure is 37. Jazz and rhythm-and-blues

musician Robert Glasper is

35. Actress Eliza Coupe is 32. Actor Bret Harrison is 31. Actor Charlie McDermott is 23. — From wire reports

STUDY

Flushed drugsmay threaten river slime By Erik Stokstad ScienceNOW

Most streams that flow near cities and towns are laced with drugs that escape from sewage treatment plants or pharmaceutical factories. Although often occurring at concentrations of a few parts per trillion, these compounds can nevertheless hurt aquatic life, turning male fish into female fish with hormones or giving them the munchies with anti-anxiety medication. Now comes the first study that shows an effect of drugs on the base of the food web — the nutritious microbial slime that covers the streambed. Experts caution, however, that the work is preliminary. There's a long list of chemicals that go down the drain, pass through sewage treatment plants, and end up in streams: antibiotics, caffeine, and ingredients in soaps and s hampoos, to n ame j ust a few. Emma Rosi-Marshall, a stream ecosystem ecologist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York, and colleagues in Illinois and Indiana, were curious about the impact of common chemicals on photosynthesis and respiration, which are fundamental to the life of an entireecosystem. Measuring these processes is "like taking the pulse of a stream," Rosi-Marshall says. The team examined bio-

films, which are agglomerations of bacteria, algae, fungi

and organic matter that coat rocks onstreambeds. Biofilms matter in part because fish, snails, and insects nibble at them for nourishment. But no one had looked at the impact o f pharmaceuticals on t h e e cological functions of t h i s slippery stuff. The researchers adapted a technique used to study the impact of excess nutrients on stream ecosystems: They took 30 ml cups filled with agar and added one kind of pharmaceutical, then covered them with a filter on which the biofilms could grow. A r e latively constant dose of the drug diffused out of the cups, which they placed in three different streams for 18 days. Control cups did not have drugs. The six drugs they tested — antihistamines, caffeine, an antibiotic, and an anti-diabetic

medicine — dampened algal growth by 4 percent to 22 percent compared with the controls. Respiration was more than cut in half, and in one stream, photosynthesis fell by 99 percent. The results are expected to be published online in Ecological Applications this week. The antihistamine diphenhydramine had a strong impact on a l gae, although other studies have not shown an effect for the crustacean Daphnia or plants at much higher concentrations. "We were surprised by how strong an effect there was," Rosi-Marshall says. "It's still a bit of a mystery."

have started last year, but longer-than-expected science experiments put Curiosity behind schedule.

Odyssey, circling Mars since 2001, has experienced half a dozen blackout episodes with no problem. This time, it will try somethingnew. There are plans to radio Earth every day even if calls are dropped, mostly to keep engineers updated on Curiosity's health. The rover is also programmed to send daily beeps toground controllers. By contrast, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will record and store information onboard its computers and beam it back after the hiatus. Opportunity, which parked itself in a clayrich spot, will use the down time to study a rock and track the amount of dust in the sky. "We've been through this before," Zurek said. "We're not expecting to have any problems during this period. Let's hope it stays that way."

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1. Before a bitcoin can be purchased, a user must install a virtual "wallet" onto a

personal computer or mobile device. The wallet, which is

similar to personal finance software, keeps track of your bitcoin balance and all transactions.

2. To buy a bitcoin, real money must either be deposited through an online payment company or transferred directly from a bank account into an account on a third-party website that connects bitcoin buyers and sellers.

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of capitalism: a version totally unfettered by monetary policy Continued from A1 and politically driven economA sudden burst of new inter- ics.On a recent afternoon, Harest sent its value soaring to a rison constantly checked the record $147 on Wednesday. value of his holdings in bitcoins It has since fallen back after and other c y ber-currencies a series of hacker attacks. Yet, such as litecoin on his glowing as of Thursday, bitcoin was still smartphone. In less than 20 trading above $130. minutes, his portfolio's value Will all that crash and burn had surged by about 7 percent. "Some people say it's antiin a cyber-version of a financial bubble'? Critics say quite possi- capitalist, but it's more nonconbly. Will authorities — already formist," Harrison said. "It can't concerned about the use of be manipulated by g overnbitcoins to buy drugs and laun- ments, changed by monetary der money online — step in to policy. I call it digital gold." regulate it? There are signs that In January 2009, Satoshi may already be happening. Nakamoto unveiled bitcoin to a But for now, its diverse group mailing list of computer superof users ranging from the Free geniuses. He (or she, or themState Project and WikiLeaks to Nakamoto is a pseudonym for a environmentalists and profes- programming whiz or whizzes sional gamblers, call its surge whose identity remains one of a revolution in "financial free the great mysteries of hackerspeech." dom) effectively put a free softFor Jonathan Harrison — a ware program on the Internet former gold trader who ditched and invited the group to form his London flat to join a group a network of bitcoin "miners." of virtual currency obsessives They could excavate bitcoins living in a d i lapidated com- by using computers to solve mune on the wrong side of Wa- complex mathematical puzzles, terloo Station — what matters with units of the cyber-currency most is a sense that bitcoin is seen asa reward fortheelectricmaking him a fortune. ity spent on the algorithms. Some call it the purest form Nakamoto seemingly

Kidnapped Continued from A1 The Buick roared away with its frail owner curled up in the hold'scasketlike darkness. She was tossed about like forgotten

luggage with every bump and turn. She could feel the vibrations pounding from the car radio that drowned out her calls for help. As a woman went missing, so did time, with day turning to night, night to day, day to night ... It remains unknown what these girls were thinking, if they were thinking, when they imprisoned another human being in a car trunk without food, water or medication. What is known is just who they had dismissed, apparently, as just another defenseless little old lady: MargaretSmith, the backbone of a dot in the center of Delaware, in the town of Lincoln, called Slaughter Neck. Her father, Dalton Carroll, worked as an ice man, farmer and factory worker; her mother, Grace, was a domestic until the many children came, though some did not survive infancy. She inscribed their 12 names in a thumbed-through Bible held together now with gray duct tape. There was Leon, then Dalton, then Clarence, then Thomas and then, on March 15, 1924: Margaret.

They grew up in Slaughter Neck, an African-American community so small and tight that all the world was right there on Slaughter Neck Road: their house, their farmland, their elementary school — even their white clapboard Methodist church, where the Carroll children cut boredom by singing in the choir, founded by theirfather. Margaret sang soprano. After a couple of years of high school, she enrolled in the Apex College of Beauty Culture and Hairdressing, in Philadelphia. Then she returned to Delaware to open a beauty shop in a cottage, no larger than a tool shed, on Slaughter Neck Road. The first marriage, to a rake named Gus, "didn't stick," as she'd politely say. The second was to Edward, who died young. The third was to George Smith,an Air Force veteran,an electrician and a good, good man. This marriage stuck — for 42 years, until his death in 2010. "The black Liz Taylor," Smith often called herself, "only with no money." Family members p referred d escriptions l i k e kind, and witty, and, most of all, feisty. If you gave her lip, she liked to say, "I will answer

3. Once the funds are available, a buyer can place an order for a bitcoin, similar to trading stocks, through an exchange such as Bitstamp.

you back." This is the Margaret Smith who, on March 18, a Monday,

decidedto go shopping. Siblings were coming in for Easter, and she wanted to have presents. But first, she thought, maybe an ice cream cone at that convenience store in downtown Milford. Then those two young strangers asked for a favor. "So I said yes," she recalled. "And we started on." Minutes later, Smith was in the trunk, without her heart and blood-pressure medication, without her cellphone. "The doors slammed and then it took off — eeeeeekkk!" she said, imitating a car's getaway screech. "Oh Lord." Trapped in space normally occupied by those large cans of green beans she often donates to her church, Smith tried to stay strong. Whenever thoughts turned to her family or her long life, she said, "I had to push it back. I had to think about getting out of there." She nodded off now a nd then, but whenever conscious,

she prayed. "Lord, am I going to make it?" she asked. "Lord, take care of me." At one point the girls opened the trunk somewhere around West Rehoboth, Smith later guessed. They forced her to hand over the $500 in her pocket, the police say, then locked her in the trunk once more. On that Wednesday morning, the police say, the youths dumped a shoeless Smith in a remote cemetery somewhere outside of Seaford, where a dirt path provides the only access from the main road. It is a cemetery for the poor, all sand and weeds, with many graves marked by pressed metal instead of stone. "I started crawling," Smith recalled. "I'd stop for a f ew minutes, then start crawling

again." She had no idea where she was. The rough ground tore at her hands and bloodied her knees. Still, she said, "I was just glad to have breath." Someone saw the woman crawling through the cemetery. Soon she was telling her story to a state trooper. Soon she was at a local hospital, eating chicken, mashed potatoes and green beans. The two girls and their companions wer e a r r ested and charged with carjacking

and kidnapping. Smith went home to h er family Bible, her many photographs, that overfed cat. With hands still bruised and knees still raw, she made her way to Easter services at her church, w here the congregation rose in sustained applause.

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emerged from nowhere a year earlier, uploading a white paper on bitcointo an obscure listserv. The writings suggested political motivations — a response to a global financial crisis that saw Western g o vernments reach into the banking sector as never before. But Nakamoto also showed little interest in promoting bitcoin beyond an inner circle of global geekdom. In the 1990s and 2000s, various visionaries attempted to launch cyber-currencieswith little success. Yet Nakamoto succeeded whereothers failed through the elegance of bitcoin's design. More bitcoins are created all the time. But over time, fewer and fewer will be generated.The finit e number — bitcoins will max out at 21 million by 2140, compared with the roughly 11 million in circulation today — makes them a commodity that increases in value as more and more users fuel demand. To avoid counterfeiting, bitcoins are accounted for on public ledgers. Holders of bitcoins — which are stored using electronic "wallet" software downloaded from the Internet — are kept anonymous unless they

UAVs Continued from A1 Unmanned aerial system, or UAS, describes not just the aircraft but the other elements, such as navigational e quipment an d p i l ot , i n volved in flying the aircraft. T he P a n-Pacific t e a m will not use large aircraft with military applications, but small to medium sized UAVs with wingspans that range from several inches to several yards across, said Simpkins. The FAA's decision to allow states to team up meant that Oregon could find partners to improve its chances of becoming a test site. "We felt that given the requirements,Oregon's application in a n d o f i t s elf might not be as competitive as some of the other states'," Simpkins said. A number of other states in lower latitudes approached Alaska, but it turned down all the other teams, said Rick Spinrad, vice president for research at Oregon State University. Only one state offers arctic conditions, and it is participating only in the Pan-Pacific application. "It's nice to be going with a hot date," he said. With Alaska and Hawaii on board, the Pan-Pacific group could test UAVs in a diverse setof terrains and flying conditions that re-create conditions found throughout most of the world, from tropical heat to extreme cold, over lush forests and p a rched deserts. Within each site, there are multiple test ranges, and the Pan-Pacific group would have seven ranges in Alaska, three in Hawaii, and three or four in Oregon, Simpkins said. The proposed sitesin Oregon are an operations center at Tillamook on the coast, one on tribal land at the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs near Madras with easy access to desert and forest areas, and a third in Pendleton, based at the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport. While none of the research will involve military UAVs, the National Guard unit based in Pendleton has experience flying UAVs and will be able to provide expertise, he said. Central Oregon could host a fourth test range, possibly associated with the Juniper Military Operations Area, a remote area where the Or-

Bitcoins can be used to buy from online vendors, such as George's FamousBaklavain New Hampshire, which sold a dark chocolate pastry for14 bitcoins in 2011 — worth about $1,900 today. Bitcoins are also being bought and traded as investments.

choose to disclose their identities. Yet there is no centralized authority that regulators could home in on to shut the system down. Though governmentand bank-free, the users pay a certain price for that freedom. U.S. bankdeposits, for instance, are insured up to $250,000 by the FDIC. But this week, when hackers struck bitcoin wallet provider Instawallet, the company issued a statement saying it would refund clients holding more than 50 units only on a "case-by-case and best-eff ort basis." Nakamoto seemed to vanish more than a year ago, leaving otherdevelopers to advance the technology. A year later, initial waves of publicity and word of mouth created a surge in value that sent the price of one bitcoin soaring from less than $5 to almost $30. There were now two ways of getting bitcoins — mining them yourself or, more commonly, buying them f r o m c u r rent owners using real-world currency.However, after a seriesof high-profile hacker attacksincluding a hit on the computers at Mt. Gox, the Tokyo-based exchange site that is the cyber-

currency's largest — its value collapsed, falling back below $10 and increasing only modestly until a few months ago. Another wave of attacks hit the exchange house this week but have thus far not caused equal

damage. No one knows what, exactly, is behind the currency's staggering climb that started earlier this year and accelerated in recent weeks. Some cite a change in the network's programming in December that cut the number of bitcoins released each day. Others say new interest from Russians and others looking for safe havens after bank account seizures in Cyprus is behind the climb. Bitcoin promoters credit new interest by venture capitalists. Yet Wall Street analysts who follow bitcoin say there is still no indication that major investors are seriously dabbling in them. Critics say those paying hefty fees for bitcoins are investing in a ghost currency whose value is fictional. "What's behind that billiondollar value? Nothing, except some people would claim a billion dollars worth of burned e lectricity," said B e n L a u -

at a decreasing rate toward a maximum of 21 million coins. The currency is now maintained

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rie, a software engineer and visiting fellow at Cambridge University. The marketplace that accepts bitcoins is small but growing. At Room 77 in Berlin, you can use your smartphone to digitally pay for a hamburger in bitcoins. More often, you can shop online for a range of items including, as bitcoin enthusiasts admit, illegal drugs. Once the province ofhobbyists rigging together off-theshelf computer parts, bitcoin

"mining" is also rapidly evolving. The math puzzles that award bitcoins have become harder as more and increasingly powerful computers mine them. It has led cyber-thieves to hijack computers via viruses that help them mine bitcoins. Legal miners such as Bennett Hoffman, a California-based bitcoin enthusiast who once hunted

them on his gaming computer, are joining up with business partners to invest in new professional bitcoin-mining machines costing $30,000 each. "Obviouslythere's always going to be a ton of risk involved," Hoffman said. "I just really like the idea of bitcoin."

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straight Final Fours in the mid-2000s, UMBC has won Continued from A1 just two since 2007. His statement is striking The ambitions of UMBC not only because coaches imitators m a d e n a t i onal rarely forecast their oppo- news last year after an unnent's victory but also be- precedented event in college cause of the man making — or even professionalthe prediction. Sherman, a competition. After winning UMBC professor and cryp- two consecutive Final Fours tology expert, single-hand- at Texas Tech, coach Susan edly built the school's pro- Polgar, the first woman to gram from scratch in the earn the men's grandmasearly 1990s, a product, he ter title, resigned from the once wrote, of "serendipity, school and signed on with determination, organization, Webster. Her p l ayers folrecruiting, coaching, coor- lowed — their own decision, dination, vision, persever- she said. ance, teamwork and good Polgar, recently the subfortune." j ect of a l o n g p r o file i n Molding the team in his Wired magazine, is an asspare time, Sherman's domi- sertive, controversial figure nance unfolded over several in chess. In 2010, she settled years. From 1996 to 2002, a long-running legal battle UMBC finished first or tied with the United States Chess for first in six Pan-American Federation, which resulted Intercollegiate Team Chess in her m embership being Championships, the tourna- revoked. ment that produces the top Polgar likes to win, and four U.S. college teams in the she frequently does, with Final Four. UMBC became, four world championships in Sherman's words, "a de- on her resume. So intense clared fixed target, the team is her desire to dominate the to beat." Others offered more chess world that she even scholarships, hired full-time instructs her players to exerstaffs and spent money on cise at the school gym. Physworldwide recruiting trips. ical strength, she said, gives The University of Texas the mind endurance for long at Dallas, also playing this matches. weekend, was the first imiWebster a d m i nistrators tator, then the University of said they viewed landing Texas at Brownsville, then Polgar as a unique opporTexas Tech and now Web- t unity t o s t r engthen t h e s ter University. Tiny L i n - school's academic reputation d enwood U n i v ersity, i n and forge a path, as provost St. Charles, Mo., issued a Julian Schuster put it, "to inbreathless news release last corporatechess as a didactic year saying the school "is tool in the academic mission putting out a call for some of of the university." It's not the finest young chess play- about winning, he added, so ers in America and abroad. much as it is about celebratAnd the university is willing ing an intellectual activity to provide scholarship mon- that brings brilliant, diverse ey to build the nation's top students to campus. "But we prefer winning to collegiate chess program." A fter wi nn i n g fou r other options," he said.

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MAY 21 ELECTION Events Another spring election is just ahead. The Bulletin will publish a daily calendar of election-related events,

including candidate forums and issue-related town halls.

Are you planning an event? Please submit

your notice to bulletin© bendbulletin.com, or by conventional mail to P.O. Box6020, Bend OR 97708-6020.

To qualify for publication in The Bulletin

calendar, the event must be open to the general

public by free admission. Fundraising events do not qualify, nor do strictly partisan gather-

ings. Keydates • April 30: Last day to registerto vote • May 3: Ballots will be mailed out • May 21: Election Day

Who's running A complete list of candidates for Crook,

Deschutes andJefferson counties are at www.bendbulletin.com/

may21candidates Measures andlevies • Deschutes 911 • Madras Aquatic Center

ELECTRIC CARS

By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

Warm Springs, Madras and Redmond should soon be getting their first electric car charging stations, and the Oregon Department of Transportation is asking for the public's input on the proposed sites. All-electric vehicles are still relatively rare in Central Oregon. According to statistics compiled by ODOT, as of January there were 46 electric vehicles registered in Deschutes County, four in Jefferson County and three in Crook County. Statewide, 2,074 drivers have traded the

gas pump for an electrical cord. Ashley Horvat, manager of ODOT's Office of Innovative Partnerships and Alternative Funding Transportation Electrification Project, said the state is planning for a future where all-electric

vehicles and plug-in hybrids are a more frequent sight. Using a combination of federal funds provided by the 2009 stimulus bill and the U.S. Department of Transportation, the state has rolled out 27 of 43 planned charging stationsthat can be used free of charge, at least for now.

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re on ansnewc ai in stations ta es u un contro Locally, ODOT has identified six potential sites in Warm Springs, Madras and Redmond where the charging stations could be located. Electric vehicle owners or other interested people are encouraged to share their thoughts as to the merits of each site in an online survey ODOT has posted at http://j.mp/16D5Nhb through April 19. In Warm Springs, the proposed station would be at the Indian Head Casino. In Madras, sites at City Hall, Dairy Queen and Bi-Mart are under consideration. Redmond's station could be at Fred Meyer, or a city-owned parking lot at the corner of Southwest Forest Avenue and Southwest Fifth Street. Horvat said the network of stations began with a push to connect Interstate 5 from Washington to California, and has since begun tying in the coast, the Columbia Gorge and Central Oregon. Bend is unlikely to get an ODOT-funded charging station anytime soon, Horvat said, as the funding the agency is currently using is reserved for smaller communities.

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that would impose new gun restrictions but wouldn't go as far as some lawmakers had hoped. The Senate Judiciary Committee heard four hours of public testimony on a package of four bills that would expand background checks and add new restrictions on carrying firearms. The daughter and husband of a woman shot dead at a suburban Portland shopping mall urged lawmakers to adopt the legislation and asked for additional measures, such as requiring that guns be kept

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"The gun that was used to kill my mother was stolen," said Jenna Passalacqua, daughter of Cindy Yuille, one of two people fatally shot by Jacob Roberts as he opened fire inside the Clackamas Town Center on Dec. 11. Roberts, who killed himself after the shooting, had stolen the AR-15 from a friend. See Guns/B3

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Four candidates to be Bend's next fire chief will be in town next week, and the public is invited to meet them at a reception Thursday evening at The Riverhouse. Late last year, Chief Larry Huhn announced his intention to retire at the end of April, and the city began recruiting in January to find his replacement. Spokesman Justin Finestone said the city received 83 applications, which were whittled down to four by City Manager Eric King and

the city's human resources department. The four finalists appearing at the 5:30 p.m. reception are: • Al Gillespie, former chief of the North Las Vegas Fire Department. • Gorden Sletmore, deputy chief at Medford Fire 8 Rescue. • John Staley, fire chief for Thornton, Colo. • Nate Trauernicht, chief of the University of California, Davis Fire Department. Finestone said the candidates will spend the earlier part of the day Thursday in interviews with panels

of city management, fire personnel and members of the community, followed by a tour of Bend Fire Department facilities. The city has not set a date for making an offer to any of the candidates, he said, as Deputy Fire Chief for Operations Doug Koellermeier has agreed to serve as interim chiefif no one has been hired by the time Huhn leaves. "Obviously this is a very important position, so there's not going to be a rush to fill it before Larry Huhn retires," Finestone said. "We obviously want to find and

hire the right person." Huhn, 59, worked as a wildland firefighter in Eastern Oregon before joining the Bend Fire Department in 1983. He was appointed chiefinJune 2008, becoming just the sixth person to hold the position since the department's formation in 1919. According to the city's salary schedule, the next chief will be paid between $7,353, and $10,141 monthly, with the chief's actual compensation to be negotiated after a job offeris made. — Reporter: 541-383-0387 shammers@bendbulfetin.com

SALEM — The budget committee of the Oregon Legislature approved a Democratic bill curbing pension benefits for public employees in a party-line vote Friday, paving the way for decisions in the full House and Senate as soon as next week. Republicans complained that the bill is a timid approach that won't give tax-

payers enough relief from significant increases in pension costs. Democrats are also feeling heat from the left as public-employee unions say it would illegally violate a contract they have with the state. "I think we've united the entire state, all s>des, in dislike of this proposal," said Rep. Peter Buckley, an Ashland Democrat and an architect of the pension-cutting bill. "But again, we stand by it because we do believe it is balanced and fair." Severe investment losses during the Great Recession erased 27 percent of the pension fund in 2008, requiring steepincreases in taxpayer contributions to make up the difference and limiting money available for state and local government services. The Democratic proposal would reduce cost-of-living increases in retirement checks on a graduated scale and eliminate supplemental tax payments for retirees living outside Oregon. It also would push $350 mllhon worth of payments into future years. See PERS/B3


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improvisationaltroupe performs; $5;7:30p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148N.W. Greenwood URBANAGRICULTUREIN Ave., Bend;541-389-0803or www. CENTRALOREGON:Learnabout cascadestheatrical.org. therewardsandchallengesofurban food productioninthearea; includes MOUNTAINCOUNTRY SUPERSTAR:Finals ofthe country lunch; $25-$30, $15-$20students; 8:30a.m.-4:30p.m.; OSU-Cascades battle of thebands;$3-$5;8 p.m.; Timbers North,3315S.U.S. Campus,Cascades Hall,2600N.W. Highway97, Redmond;541-923College Way, Bend;541-322-3100 7604or www.mountain997.com. or www.centraloregonfoodpolicy. Ol'g. THE MCCOYTYLERBAND:The VFWEASTERBUFFET:Abreakfast California-based folkact performs, with Jack Dwyerand The BadLiars; buffet; $8.50;8:30-11 a.m.; VFW $5;8p.m.; The Horned Hand,507 Hall, 1503N.E. Fourth St., Bend; N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend;541541-389-0775. 728-0879or www.facebook.com/ DISCOVERNATUREDAY: Families thehornedhand. can track wildlife, explore Tumalo Creek, meetbirds of prey, plant treesand play games;hostedby SUNDAY the Deschutes Children's Forest; free;9:30a.m.-1:30p.m.; Shevlin NOTABLES SWINGBAND: The big Park, 18920Shevlin Park Road, bandplaysswing mu sic;$5;2-4 Bend;541-383-5592or www. p.m.; Bend Senior Center, 1600S.E. deschuteschildrensforest.org. Reed Market Road;541-330-5728 CERNPRESENTATION:Alecture or www.notablesswingband.com. byastronomer BillLogan about the DAYOF REMEMBRANCE:A European Organization for Nuclear ceremonyhostedby Jewish Researchandthe Large Hadron communitiesin CentralOregonto Collider; free;1p.m.; Sunriver Area honor Holocaustandpersecution Public Library,56855 Venture Lane; victims, titled"Never Again: Heeding 541-312-1080. the Warning Signs"; donations TEDX BEND:Featuring over accepted;6-7p.m.; Greenwood 10people presenting local and Playhouse, 148N.W. Greenwood international perspectives to Ave., Bend;541-385-6421. inspire and sparkconversations; PAPADOSIO: The North Carolinaregistrationrecommended; SOLD based progressive folk-rockband OUT;1p.m., doors openat 12:30 performs, withTheAcornProject; p.m.; Summit High School,2855 $10plus fees inadvance, $15at N.W. Clearwater Drive; www. the door;8p.m.; Domino Room,51 tedxbend.com. N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend;541AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Aaron 788-2989orwww.bendticket.com. Nicholson talks abouthisbook, "The State of Determination,"with aslide show; $5;6p.m.; Paulina MONDAY Springs Books,422S.W. Sixth St., Redmond;541-526-1491. NOEVENTSLISTED AVREY WALKERBENEFITDINNER ANDAUCTION:Withlive music by Matt Borden and Leif James; Texas TUESDAY Hold'ematnoon; tickets available at Coyote Ranchand John Tuck BOOK DISCUSSION: Discuss"The Elementary; $45inadvance,$55 Snow Child" by EowynIvey; part at the door;6p.m.; Coyote Ranch, of"ANovelIdea .. ReadTogether"; 1368S.U.S. Highway97, Redmond; free;6p.m.; Paulina Springs Books, 541-548-7700. 252W. Hood Ave., Sisters;541549-0866or www.deschuteslibrary. LUCREZIO:The Chicago-based acousticsoulact performs; free;7 org/calendar. p.m.; Broken Top Bottle Shop & Ale BEYONDCOAL:Learnhowexports Cafe, 1740N.W. Pence Lane, Suite of coal to Asiathrough Northwest 1, Bend;541-728-0703or/www. communities wouldjeopardize btbsbend.com. air, water, snowpackand climate; FALLSTAR:ThePortland-based hostedbythe Sierra Club; free; hardcorebandperforms, with 7p.m.,6:30p.m. gathering;The Capture The Flag and ChaseElliot; Environmental Center, 16N.W. $6;7:30p.m.; The Sound Garden, Kansas Ave., Bend;541-389-0785. 1279N.E. Second St., Bend;541NATURAL HISTORYPUB:Jeff 633-6804. Russelland Lee Reynaud discuss "Sustainable Agricultureand TRIAGE:Thecomedy

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chargers,a fast charger that can supply many cars with a Continuedfrom B1 nearly complete charge in 10 Three stations currently ex- to 25 minutes, and a slower ist in Bend, at the Deschutes charger that does the same National Forest headquarters, over 2 to4hours. Smolich Motors, and GreenHorvat said the contractor Savers, anenergy efficie ncy that is building and maintaincontractor. ing the charging stations for Horvat said th e s tate i s ODOT, Aerovironment, will looking to lo cate its charg- eventually start charging using stations no more than 55 ers to power up, but it's not miles apart, to accommodate clear when. For now, the comt he limited r ange of m o st pany is ab sorbing the lo ss electric vehicles compared of providing free electricity with what's possible with a while they learn more about conventional vehicle and a how dr ivers a re u sing t h e full tank of gas. While luxury stations. "Originally theywere going models produced by T esla Motors of California can trav- to startcharging last summer, el up to 300 miles on a single but they're basically testing charge,lower-end electricve- it out," she said. "Ours is one hicles typically top out at less of the first robust networks they've done." than 100miles. Each of ODOT's charging Shelly Snow,spokeswoman stations includes two actual with ODOT, said Oregonians'

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WEDNESDAY JEFFCROSBY8ITHE REFUGEES: TheAmericanabandperforms; free;7p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School,700N.W. Bond St., Bend;541-382-5174or www. mcmenamins.com. HOTCLUBSANDWICH:The Seattl e-based gypsy-jazzband performs; free;9p.m.; Hideaway Tavern,939S.E. Second St., Bend; 541-312-9898.

THURSDAY GEAR SWAP:Bring climbing or mountaineering gear tosell, orpurchaseitems;aportion ofproceedsbenefits Cascades Mountaineers Club; free;6-8p.m., item check-in4-5:45p.m.;The Environmental Center, 16N.W. Kansas Ave., Bend;541-549-1028 orwww.orcm.org. PLATEAUINDIANARTS PRESENTATION:Curator Steven L. Grafeexplores the"Plateau Style: A Historyof Columbia River Beadwork"; registrationrequested; $3, free museummembers;6p.m.;

relative enthusiasm for electric and hybrid vehicles — no other statehasnearly asmany per capita — helped secure the funds to build the charging stations, which come in at close to $100,000 each. The numberof electricvehicles on the road today may seem too small to justify ODOT's push to build c h arging st ations, she said, but it's necessary if electric vehicles are going to catchon. "It's a growing nu m ber, but it's not an overwhelming numberby any means," Snow said. "This is what we're facing as anynewindustry faces, what came first, the chicken or the egg? You can't have electric vehicles unless you have electric vehicle charging stations." — Reporter:541-383-0387, shammers@bendbulletin.com

For The Bulletin's full list, including federal, state, county and city levels, visit www.bendbulletin.com/officials.

U.S. Senate • Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore. 107RussellSenateOffice Building Washington, D.C.20510 Phone:202-224-3753 Web: http://merkley.senate.gov Bendoffice: 131 N.W. HawthorneAve., Suite208 Bend,OR97701 Phone:541-318-1298 • Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore. 223Dirksen SenateOffice Building Washington, D.C.20510 Phone:202-224-5244 W eb:http: I/wyden.senate.gov Bendoffice: 131 N.W. HawthorneAve.,Suite107 Bend,OR97701 Phone:541-330-9142

U.S. House ofRepresentatives • Rep. Greg Walden, R-HoodRiver 2182RayburnHouseOffice Building Washington, D.C.20515 Phonei202-225-6730 W eb:http: I/walden.house.gov Bendoffice: 1051 N.W. BondSt.,Suite400 Bend,OR97701 Phone:541-389-4408 Fax:541-389-4452

STATE OF OREGON • Gov. JohnKitzhaber, D 160State Capitol,900Court St. Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-378-4582

Fax:503-378-6872 Web: http://governororegon.gov • Secretaryof StateKate Brown, D 136State Capitol Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-986-1616 Fax:503-986-1616 Email:oregon.sos©state.or.us • Treasurer Ted Wheeler, D 1590regon State Capitol 900Court St.N.E. Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-378-4329 Email:oregon.treasurer@state.or.us Web:www.ost.state.or.us • Attorney GeneralEllenRosenblum, D 1162Court St.N.E. Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-378-4400 Fax:503-378-4017 Web:www.doj.state.or.us • Labor Commissioner BradAvakian 800N.E.Oregon St., Suite 1045 Portland,OR97232 Phone:971-673-0761 Fax:971-673-0762 Email:boli.mailOstate.or.us Web:www.oregon.gov/boli

LEGISLATURE Senate • Sen. TedFerrloll, 6-Distrlct30 (includesJefferson,portionof Deschutes) 900Court St.N.E., S-323 Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-986-1950 Email:sen.tedferrioii@state.or.us Web:www.leg.state.or.us/ferrioii • Sen. TimKnopp, R-District27 (includes portionof Deschutes)

FRIDAY LASTCOMIC STANDING:Qualifying round; comedians presentcomic actsandattempt toadvancetothe nextround of competition; $5;5-7 p.m.; The Horned Hand,507N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend;541-728-0879 or www.lastcomicstandingbend. com. BEND SPRINGFESTIVAL: A celebrationofthenewseasonwith

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House • Rep. Jason Conger, R-Dlstrlct54 (portionof Deschutes) 900Court St.N.E., H-477 Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-986-1454 Email: rep.jasonconger@state.or.us Web:www.leg.state.or.us/conger • Rep. JohnHuffman, R-District59 (portionof Jefferson) 900Court St.N.E., H-476 Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-986-1459 Email:rep.lohnhuffman©state.or.us Web:www.leg.state.or.us/huffman • Rep.Mike McLane, R-District55 (Crook, portionof Deschutes) 900Court St.N.E., H-385 Salem,OR97301 Phonei 503-986-1455 Email: rep.mikemclane@state.or.us Web:www.leg.state.or.us/mclane • Rep. Gene Whlsnant, R-District53 (portionof Deschutes County) 900Court St.N.E., H-471 Salem,OR97301 Phone:503-986-1453 Email:rep.genewhisnant@state.or.us Web:www.leg.state.or.us/whisnant

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"CRAZYABOUTME":Stage Right Productionsand SusanNoyes present the playaboutayoung man straddling theline betweenreal andimagined;$18,$15 students and seniors;7:30p.m.;2nd Street Theater,220N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend;541-312-9626or www.2ndstreettheater.com. "THEZ00STORY":Aone-act play by EdwardAlbeeaboutachance encounterbetweenatransient and a bookpublisherin New York City's CentralPark; $10;7:30p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub,70S.W. Century Drive, Bend;541-323-1881, Derek©volcanictheatrepub.com or www.volcanictheatrepub.com. HIGHDESERTCHAMBER MUSIC — HIGHLANDQUARTET:String musicians playselections of chamber music; $35, $10children and students;7:30p.m.; The Oxford Hotel, 10N.W. Minnesota Ave., Bend;541-382-8436, info@ highdesertchambermusic.com or www.highdesertchambermusic. com.

SATURDAY April 13 SPORTSMANJAMBOREE COLLECTIBLESHOW:Ashowof guns, knives, coinsand collectibles; foodavailable;$5, $4withatrade gun, freeages 12and youngerwith an adult; 10a.m.-5p.m.; La Pine Event Center, 16405First St.;541536-2223. BEND SPRINGFESTIVAL: A celebrationofthenewseason withart, live musicandastreet chalkartcompetition; free; 11 a.m.-10p.m.; NorthWest Crossing, Mt. Washingtonand Northwest Crossing drives; www.nwxevents. com.

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Bill would clear way for chip factory

Coal ruling —A state agency has rejected an appealfrom environmental groups and reaffirmed a permit needed to build a shipping

terminal at CoosBay,where developers haveproposed exporting The Associated Press PORTLAND — Oregon lawmakers say the state is in the running to land an electronics factory worth at least $1 billion employing 1,000 workers, and they're proposing to clear the way for it to be built on a tract in Washington County. The development is known as "Project Azalea." State economic development officials say the unnamed company proposing it has looked at sites in Hillsboro, upstate New York and possibly elsewhere, The Oregonian newspaper reported Friday. Word of the project leaked out late last year with details indicating that it's a computer chip factory, known as a fab.

But specifics remain elusive — especially the identity of the company behind it. Only a handful of corporations build fabs on that scale. Republican Sen. Bruce Starr of Hillsboro andtwo colleagues have introduced legislation to give the governor power to block land-use challenges to sites such as the 330-acre site in Washington County. The Oregon Court of Appeals is expected to rule this month on an appeal brought by the c onservation group 1,000 Friends of Oregon and others challenging the designation of land for future urban expansion in the Portland metro area. If the ruling clears the way for development of the Hills-

boro site, the legislation might die. "It's not clear whether this is going anywhere," said Democratic Rep. Tobias Read of Beaverton. The measure would allow the governor to make agreements barring land-use appeals for a development by a company willing to purchase large-lot industrial land and create at least 500 jobs produc-

state's land use rules. "The bill appears to be an attempt to make an end-run around the region's urban and rural reserve process, which citizens, organizations, and local governments participated in and trusted that their participation would be meaningful," she said. Another backer of the bill, Democratic Sen. Lee Beyer ing goods and services sold of Springfield, said it could be outside the region. appliedbeyond the Azalea deSuch "traded sector" devel- bate to developments proposed opments are prized among for sites under land use appeal, economic development offi- and it has been a top agenda cials, who say they bring new item for leaders making the wealth to the state. state's business plan. "This bill is supportive of a A lawyer for 1,000 Friends of Oregon, Mary Kyle McCurdy, potential large industrial siting says the l e gislation w ould but has potential value elsecreate a huge loophole in the where," he said.

Guns Continued from B1 "Had that gun been locked up properly, she might still be alive today," said Passalacqua, one of more than 100 people who showed up at the hearing to testify. After th e m al l s h ooting, which occurredjust three days before the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., Oregon gun control advocates and state lawmakers called for a toughening of gun restrictions. Amid opposition from gun rights advocates, lawmakers abandoned contentious efforts to pass a ban on military-style rifles and o n h i gh-capacity ammo magazines. The bills lawmakers began considering on Friday would p rohibit gu n o w n ers f r o m openly carrying weapons in public buildings, require criminal background checks for private gun sales or transfers, and require concealed-handgun applicants to take a safety course and pass a proficiency test. A nother bil l w o ul d b a n guns in primary and second-

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People wait outside the Senate after a public hearing concerning four gun legislation bills Friday at the Oregon State Capitol inSalem. ary schools, but local school districts could opt out of the ban. Samuel Lee III, a member of the Winston-Dillard School Board and o f t h e O r egon

School Boards A ssociation, told lawmakers that school districts, especially in rural communities, need to have local control over gun regulation. "In our county, firearms are

as common as pickup trucks ... school safety is and should remain a local issue," Lee said. Gun rights advocates told Oregon lawmakers that new restrictions on guns will not

further cut pension benefits, saving more money, and critiContinued from B1 cized the Democratic plan to "I would hope people would defer pension contributions understandwe're taking these into f uture b u dget c y cles. actions to ensure people will They said only a substantial be receiving their b enefits reform ofthe pension system long into the future," said Sen. will prevent the need for more Richard Devlin, D-Tualatin, cuts in the future. " We can either fi x i t o r the Senate's budget chief and a driving force behind the tweak it," said Sen. Fred GiDemocratic pension plan. rod, R-Stayton. "I favor fixing Republicans offered their it." own plan that w ould have Two Republicans, Reps.

Greg Smith of Heppner and Bob Jenson of Pendleton, opposed the measure for another reason. They said the state had an obligation to keep promises. " Where I c ome f ro m i n Eastern Oregon, when you give your word you keep it," Smith said. "Good or bad, you keep it." Gov. John Kitzhaber has pushed for steepercuts, but his office says he'll sign the

Democratic bill if it r eaches him. Even if t h e b i l l s queaks through the House and Senate in the coming days, the debate over pensionsis far from over. Sharp disagreements remain, even among D emocrats, about how much cutting is sufficient. Urging legislators from both parties to support the pension bill Friday, Sen. Alan Bates, D-Medford, said the debate isn't over.

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American fuels. The World reports the groups had argued the state should have considered the environmental impact of shipping coal

and liquefied natural gas andthe effect on the ocean of building the terminal itself. An administrative law judge for the State Lands

Department said Oregon lawdoesn't require an evaluation of "the appropriateness of potential users of the terminal or the products." Bar fire — A PortlandFireandRescuespokesmansaysarestaurant bartender was burned Thursday night after alcohol fell on a

nearby candle as hemade a drink. Fire spokesman RonRousetells The Oregonian the resulting flames ran up a wall at Bluehour in northwest Portland and activated the sprinkler system. The unidentified bartender was burned on the arm and torso. He was taken to a hospital with first- and second-degree burns.

Angry father —Police say they arrested a Hilsboro homeowner who found his daughter's boyfriend in her bedroom and fired two shots in the air as he yelled at him to leave. Police said the17-year-old boy tripped an alarm when he entered the home Friday, at the invitation of a15-year-old girl. Her father was identified as 50-year-old Ebraimi Jamshid. No one was hurt, and the father was accused of

unlawful use of aweapon, reckless endangering and menacing. — From wire reports

prevent tragedies like the mall shooting. "Those who are bent on c ommitting e vi l w i l l c o n tinue to commit evil regardl ess of l egislation and a d ditional laws," Daniel Reid, an NRA representative, told lawmakers. "The solution is not to infringe on law-abiding citizens." The NRA opposes all four measures before the Oregon Legislature. Gov. John Kitzhaber, along with Portland's mayor and police chief, testified in support of legislation that would expand gun sale background checks and impose new restrictions on carrying guns in elementary and secondary schools. "These two bills represent a reasonable and necessary set of steps that this Legislature can and should take," Kitzhaber said. Gun ownership is part of the culture in parts of Oregon, which has expansive rural and forestedareas where hunting and target shooting are a way of life. Forty percent or more of Oregon households own guns, and nearly 170,000 people have

county-issued licenses to carry concealed handguns, making gun legislation as thorny an issue as in many other parts of the country. Oregon lawmakers began their work on gun bills the same week Connecticut's governor signed into law sweeping new gun restrictions that added more than 100 firearms to the state's assault weapons ban, and made it illegal to sell magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. New York and Colorado, where a gunman opened fire in a m o vie t heater k i lling 12 people in July 2012, also passed gun control measures in the wake of the Newtown shootings. Paul Kemp, brother-in-law of Steve Forsyth, a man killed in the mall shootings, told lawmakers they have the ability to prevent future shooting sprees

by passing the legislation. "The worst moment of my life, was having to tell Steve's son, who was D, that his dad was killed at the mall that day," Kemp said, speaking in support of the bills. "Nobody wants to go through that."

" There's room f o r m o r e m ovement here, but this i s just the first bite at the apple," Bates told the Ways and Means Committee on Friday. "This is not the end of the session." Bates' conclusion is at odds with Democratic speaker Tina Kotek, who has drawn a hard line, saying she has no interest in cutting pensions any more than Democrats have already

If yougo The Legislature's Joint

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n 2010, voters said no when Deschutes County asked for extra tax revenue to pay for a $44 million bond measure to expand the county jml. Nearly three years later, the county is going forward with a more modest $11 million expansion that will require no additional taxes Taxpayers spoke. Elected offi- repaid jointly from the Sheriff's Ofcials responded. Compromise was fice and the county's general fund. found. County staff also presented the That's a model to encourage. option of selling county-owned The process wasn't quick or property, but the commission desmooth, but it did seem thorough cided to wait for an improvement in the real estate market. and public. The jail expansion delay has Along the way, the County Commission considered a number of been hard on the Sheriff's Office, options, including converting its which has had to carefully manoversized county juvenile deten- age the jail population with limited tion facility into an adult jail annex. space. Although no construction It took time and money (including date has been set, Commissioner a $35,000 consultant's report) to Alan Unger has urged county staff determine that the numbers didn't to try to make up for lost time, and add up, but it was the right idea to he said this week they are "actively pursuing" a construction schedule. explore the option. An improving economy is likely The new plan doesn't require voter approval because existing to increase revenues and ease the revenues will pay for it. The county challenge of paying the yearly debt has $2.6 million from the general service on this bond. If not, comfund, its capital reserve fund and missioners may have to make judimoney set aside for the project. The cious choices about other expenses, balance of $8.4 million will be bor- which is as it should be. Voters told rowed, taking advantage of current commissioners to find a less expenlow interest rates. The payback over sive way to fund this critical gov25 years at a 3.34 percent rate will ernment need, and they've done so. cost about $500,000 a year. It will be It's a good result.

Chip away Great Wallof Oregon regon is apparently in the running to land a $1 billion computer chip plant and as many as 1,000 high-tech jobs. There are never any guarantees in such a race and there is almost always a shroud that makes it hard for the public to know what is going on. But one thing state officials are saying clearly is Oregon's land use laws could derail the state's chance. The "Azalea" factory, as it's code named, may be built in a location near Hillsboro or perhaps in two other states. There has been speculation that it could be connected to Apple's plans to build some products in the United States. Nobody is confirming those details. The potential development site in north Hillsboro has been the subject of legal challenges by 1,000 Friends of Oregon and others who have problems with Portland's growth plans, according to The Oregonian. The specifics are c omplicated. It's fundamentally a debate about whether more industrial development should be concentrated in existing areas or allowed to expand where it has not been before. Those legal challenges may be resolved by the Oregon Court of Appeals this month. If not, State Sen. Bruce

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Starr, R-Hillsboro, has introduced Senate Bill 845. It would make a loophole big enough in the state's land use law that you could drive a chip plant through. The bill allows the governor and the director of the Department of Land Conservation and Development to enter into an agreement with a company to exempt it from certain provisions of Oregon's landuse process, if the company plans a large-scale industrial development that would employ at least 500 fulltime people. Mary Kyle McCurdy, an attorney for 1,000 Friends, told The Oregonian the bill would undermine a land use process that Oregonians "participated in and trusted." But we trust that Oregonians also don't want the state's land use laws to be a Great Wall of Oregon, keeping out the very kind of jobs Oregon so desperately needs. Yes, it would be better if Oregonians didn't have to trust the governor and the director of DLCD to negotiate such deals. It would be even better if Oregon's land-use laws didn't create such insurmountable problems to require creation of a loophole to bring in high-tech jobs.

M Nickel's Worth Universal background checks needed

to create more problems than they solve. David Howe Bend

I'm a swim meet judge, required by USA Swimming to have an annual third-party background check. It is not a problem for any of us. On a recent day, there were four AR15s advertised in The Bulletin classifieds. Anyone who can scrape up the bucks can snap those babies up. A popular online sales site does not have a "gun n category, but it is still quite easy to trade for an AR15. No one has to know who they are, where they've been, what they have done,what they might be up to. Why anyone is against universal background checks is beyond me. It makes me question their credibility. A guy broke into our house early one morning. I took him down, my wife called 911, law enforcement arrived within two minutes and the intruder was cuffed on the porch in 20 seconds. No muss, no fuss, no traumatized family, no legal problems, no dad in jail. Studies show that guns in t he house multiply the odds of domestic tragedy, either by homicide or suicide. "The health risks of owning a gun are so established and scientifically non-controvertible that the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement in 2000 recommending that pediatricians urge parents to remove all guns from their homes." ("The Health Risk of Having a Gun inthe Home," Susan Perry, MinnPost, 12/17/2012). Although my gun-owner friends are extra careful and gun-smart, most law enforcement professionals will tell you that more guns tend

Getrid ofdeath penalty It is unequivocally clear that the death penalty does not deter violent crime. So, why do so many states still have and use the death penalty'? Even though great effort is expended in an attempt to avoid making mistakes, the undeniable truth is humans do make mistakes. The juries in the courtrooms in America are made up ofhumans, therefore, we cannot guarantee that no innocent human being has ever been executed by the state, or that no innocent human being will ever be executed in the future. What if the U.S. abolished the death penalty as so many countries around the world have done? Wouldn't that be an extremely kind and humane action to take, whereby we could absolutely, positively guarantee that no innocent human being will ever be executed by any state in the United States of America?

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traffic backed up to the movie theater entrance, and by the time I was entering the roundabout, only two minutes had passed. I would have waited twice this long had I been up Reed Market at the traffic light. I would gladly trade having a bit longer wait during rush "hour" for not having to wait for a green light every other time I encounter the intersection. I used to avoid the intersection of Brookswood Boulevard and Powers Road like Riverside Boulevard during Munch 8 Music, but with the new single lane roundabout I pass through with only the worry of what abstract art may be installed in the future. As for the multiple lane r oundabout newly built on Empire Avenue, I am not a fan.Perhaps itis because I have never had the pleasure of navigating the traffic circles in Europe that the "In My View" author is so enamored with, but I find myself playing chicken with other users while entering side by side; still it is a far sight better than it was before. Gene Hubbard Bend

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Roundabouts good, but not multiple-lane ones I must disagree with the opinions of the writer of the multiple lane roundabouts HIn My View" on March 22. I live near the Reed Market Road and Bond Street roundabout and find it to be very efficient. The other day I was approaching from the Old Mill and encountered

Once again your editorial failed to mention that while tuition for soldiers is being cut, our wonderful president created a six figure position for the education department. Thank goodness for Fox News to report the true facts about the audacity of our president and misuse of his presidential powers to circumvent the will of the people. Gale Bianchard Redmond

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By Lynn W. Winchester llegal i m m igration: a e u p h emism, the true label should be trespassers. 11.9 million (Pew Hispanic Center, March, 2010) so-called illegal aliens, hereaftercalled "t-passers," create a burden few of us recognize, let alone are bothered by. I w il l enumerate some of them and hope to get your interest. 1.7.7 million (Pew Hispanic Center, February 2011) are employed illegally in jobs which should be citizens' if only our lazy and self absorbed would accept some of the opportunities presented. Many t-passers are employed because they will work, not slough off the job. The impact is more than the jobs. It is multilayered. Our unemployed draw compensation for not working, often more than they would be paid to work, and it goes on

forever. Incidentally they pay little in taxes.The t-passers are also paying no taxes or a small percent of what citizens and legal immigrants pay. The Center for Immigration Studies of the American Academy of Sci-

ence (1980-1994), found by employing t-passers employers have caused a 44 percent reduction in legal residents' income. Illegals will work for less and "under the table" pay which reduces the employer'stax base. Reduce or stop unemployment assurance (insurance). Require unemployed to takelessdesirable jobs orgo hungry. This and many other areas need attention, for example. 2. Our school spaces are being occupied by t-passers' children, sadly with encouragement by our elected officials and at state or county expense.One ofthe most egregious acts (Oregon) is allowing the children of t-

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passers the same tuition as citizens. 3. The unlicensed and uninsured are driving cars,trucks, etc., and have no liability nor responsibility foraccidents or injury they cause, unlessof course,ifthey are driving your nice, insured vehicle. 4. Our emergency rooms are being used as primary care facilities at no cost to the abuser but at great expense to thosewho are insured. Our "free" clinics are overrun and less available to patients who are legal but needy. Why are medicalinsurance fees and medical costs skyrocketing? 5. According to The Center for Immigration Studies (Americans for Legal Immigration), in many areas crime is mostly caused by gangs, t-passers insome instances are a large percent of the members, 40 to

50 percent. In the report,gang members had 80percent serious criminal histories and 40 percent had serious crime convictions. 6. I am sure I have missed many important issues. The biggest is our president and others who are attempting to railroad through a program (hopefully u nconstitutional) granting amnesty or special paths to citizenship to almost 12 million blatant trespassers. In fact, if this program is implemented, it will seriously impact the ability of those wishing to immigrate legally. Most of these people are honest and eager to contribute to, not take from, our economy. This, instead of illegally using our medical facilities, schools, stealing jobs and not paying taxes. In short, t-passers are defeating everything citizens really want. One serious item overlooked is the

foolish way we think our borders can be secured. No fence, barrier, wall nor any number of guards will prevent dedicated criminals from bringing very profitable drugs across our borders or perhaps becoming illegals. The only way we can secure it is to make conditions here as difficult as in their home countries. It is clear we cannot continue to ignore this problem, which is what we are doing,because with the t-passers using and not supporting the country in any way, our next step may be a Third World country. Our infrastructure is suffering, we need more schools, not more illegal students, we need more medical facilities, not overuse. Obviously 12 million people cause increased damage to roads, bridges, and public parks and buildings, etc. — Lynn W. Winchester lives in Bend.


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BITUARIES DEATH NOTICES Betty LOu ROyle June 17, 1931 - April 2, 2013

Duane C. Holcomb, of Madras July 16, 1930 - April 2, 2013 Arrangements: Bel-Air Colonial Funeral Home, 541-475-2241 Services: Memorial Services will be held on Monday, April 8, 2013 at 10:30 AM at Bel-Air Colonial Chapel. Reception following at the Madras Elks Lodge. Contributions may be made to:

Jefferson County Boys 8 Girls Club.

Mary "Lynn" Manning, of La Pine April 14, 1946 - Mar. 30, 2013 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine, 541-536-5104 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A private service will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to:

Heart 'n Home Newberry Hospice, P.O. Box1888, La Pine, OR 97739; (541) 536-7399; or American Cancer Society Resource Center, c/o St. Charles Cancer Center, 2100 NE Wyatt Court, Bend, OR 97701; (541) 706-3716.

Kendall 'Ken' Richard Theobald Nuv. 17, 1950 - April 1, 2013 K endall R i c h a r d "Ken" Theobald of Bend, Oregon, passed away at St. Charles M edical C enter i n B e n d , Oregon, on A p ri l 1 , 2 0 13. He was 62. A Funeral Service w ill be h eld on Monday A pri l 8, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at Th e Christian L ife C e n Ken Theobald ter lo cated at 21720 U.S. 20, in Bend, Oregon. A reception will immediately follow. Ken was born November 17, 1950, in Chanute, Kansas, t o Ha r r y a nd Ul a (Brown) Th e o b a ld . H e graduated f r om Y ates Center H i g h Sc h o o l i n 1968, and a t t ended Pi ttsb urg St at e U n i v ersity o f Kansas, graduating with a B achelor o f S c i e nce D e gree in Industrial Technolo gy, in 1972. On July 2 4 , 1 976, he m a r r i e d L e s l i e Claiborne in Yates Center, Kansas. Ken worked as a real estate b r o ke r a t Jo h n L . Scott Real Estate in Bend, O regon, and wa s a m e m ber of the Central Oregon Realtors Association. Ken loved t h e o u t d oors a nd enj o y e d fi sh i n g , hunting, and camping. He a lso e n j oyed f l y i n g a i r p lanes, work in g o n c a r s , football, and pl aying softb all. Most of a l l , K e n e n j oyed spending t im e w i t h his family and friends. K en i s s u r v i ved b y h i s spouse, Leslie Theobald of Bend, OR; his four daught ers, Angela T h eobald o f Bend, OR , M e l i ssa ( h u sband, A n d r ew ) M y e r o f B rookings, O R , L in d s ay ( husband, Dan) F arina o f Boston, MA , a n d J e s sica T heobald o f B e n d , O R . Other survivors include his father, H a r r y Th e o b a l d; a nd sisters, N a nc y V a n D ruff, C y n t h i a Bl i s a r d , V anessa Smith a n d J a n e Matile. He was also proud of his five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother, Ula Frances Brown a n d a gr a n d s on, Zeph Taylor Theobald. Memorial co n t r i b utions may be made to th e K e nd all T h e o bal d M e m o r i a l Fund through any Bank of the Cascades Branch. Autumn F u n erals, B e nd i s i n c h a r g e o f t h e ar rangements, 541-318-0842. www.autumnfunerals.net

B etty L ou Royl e , a Prineville resident, passed away on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, at her home. She was 81. B etty was b or n i n G a n nett, ID, to Henry and Josephine W urst o n J une 1 7 , 1931. She attended and gradua ted fr om Twin Falls High Betty Royle S chooi i n T win F a l ls , I D , a n d a t tended Idaho State University. Betty married the love of her life, Jack H. Royle on July 2, 1950, in Twin Falls, ID. She was a member of the E astern S t a r Car n a t i o n C hapter, L ad y E l k s , T h e A merican L e g io n A u x i l i ary, G a r de n C l u b , a n d w as a Den Mother for t h e Cub Scouts. She enjoyed sewing, knitt ing, crafts, leather w o r k ing and tooling, oil p a inting, cooking, and making c andy t o r iv al See' s Candy! B etty is survived by h e r husband, Jack H. Royle of P rineville; he r s o n , J a c k ( Randa) H . R o y l e J r . o f L edgewood, N J; and g randdaughters, Mc K e n zie R o yl e a n d G a b r i ella Royle-Borovsky. She is preceded in death b y he r p a r e nt s a n d o n e brother. T here w i l l b e a pu b l i c visitation at Pr ineville Funeral Home, 199 NE 10th S t. in P r i n eville, OR , o n S unday, A p r i l 7, 20 1 3 , from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. A fun eral service a t S t . A n d rews E p i scopal C h u r ch , 807 E. 1s t S t . P r i n eville, O R, on M o n d ay, A p ri l 8 , 2013 at 11:00 a.m., and a C elebration of L i f e a t t h e E lk's Lodge, 151 N. M a i n St. Prineville, OR , b e ginning at 2:00 p.m. F inal Committal w i l l b e a t Sunset M emorial P a r k i n T w i n Fa l l s , I D, on Thursday, Ap ri l 1 1 , 2 013, at 2:00 p.m. In B e t t y ' s h o n o r , th e family is asking that in lieu o f f l o w ers, d o n ations b e m ade t o h el p sup p o r t Alzheimer's research. Betty was a member of the Carnation Ch a p t e r of E astern Star and they ar e organizing th e d o n ations. Please make checks p ayable to: Carnation Chapter O ES, 4 0 0 NW Ter r a c e L ane ¹ 75 , P r i n eville, O R 97754. In t he ch eck m emo p l ea s e n ote : "Special ProjectsAlzheimer's Fund" A rrangements are in t h e care of P r ineville Funeral H ome. Plea s e v i sit www.PrinevilleFuneral H ome.com t o s h ar e y o u r memories or express your condolences by signing the on-line Guest Book.

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FRIANT, Calif. — About 10 miles downstream from Friant Dam, two men gently guided their drift boat toward a spot where the riverbed gravel looked as if it had been swept clean. There, in about a foot of water, they spied something that had vanished from the San Joaquin River more than

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60 years ago: a spawning chinook salmon. "How sweet," said M att Bigelow, an e nvironmental scientist wit h t h e C a l ifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife. "I put in a lot of work to get to this point." It was a small victory in a tortuous effort: to revive one of California's most abused r ivers by r estoring a p o r tion of its long-lost water and salmon runs.

Bethany Mollenkof / Los Angeles Times

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation fisheries biologists Charles Hueth, right, and Shaun Root, middle, arrange a net used to trap chinook salmon that migrate up the San Joaquin River to the Hills Ferry Barrier. The trapped salmon were transported in a tank truck to an upper portion of the river, where they were released as part of a restoration program. the federal government and

period of weeks late last year and hauled in tank t r ucks run chinook once numbered ant operation. The 2006 pact down California 99 — around in the hundreds of thousands. called for irrigators to give dry riverbednot yet restored The salmon were so plentiful up some of their supplies to — for release in the upper rivthat farmers fed them to hogs. restore year-round flows, and er at Camp Pashayan on the Settlers were kept awake at with them, part of the river's outskirts of Fresno. night by splashing fish as historic salmon runs. Biologists wanted to know they struggled upstream to But no one thought that re- what the salmon would do their spawning grounds. viving a river as degraded as in a part of the river inaccesThe run dwindled as San the San Joaquin would be a sible to them since Harry TruJoaquin Valley a griculture matter only of adding water man was in the White House. sucked more and more water and fish and stirring. Would they find suitable placfrom the river system and Stretches of the old river- es to spawn, or swim around hydropower dams b locked bed were choked with shrubs in futility? salmon from upstream pas- and trees. In some areas, the On a gray day in early Desage. Then, in the 1940s, the channel was hemmed in by cember, the tw o s cientists U.S. Bureau of Reclamation flood levees.Farmers accus- were scanning the San Joaerected Friant Dam as part of tomed to a h alf-dead river quin for answers. the Central Valley Project, a had for decades grown crops When they spotted the lone massive irrigation system. in the old flood plain. When chinook lingering in shallow Most of the upper river flow the first test flows were re- water, they turned on a porwas sent into two giant canals leased down the dry riverbed table receiver to see if they that fed irrigation ditches up a few years ago, water seeped could pick up a signal from and down the east side of the beneath adjacent fields and one of the acoustic tags that San Joaquin Valley. Sixty damaged crops. had been inserted in some of miles of t h e Sa n J oaquin The problems have pushed the trapped fish. — the state's second-biggest back by years the date when The receiver started clickriver — died, its bed turning salmon will be able to swim ing. The number 7379 popped to a ribbon of dry sand. all the way upriver to spawn- up on the instrument screen. The spring-run c h inook ing grounds below F r iant A check of the trapping log disappeared. Hatchery releas- Dam. the next day r evealed the " Restoration isn't l ik e a fish was a 3-foot-long female, es sustained a small population of fall-run chinook that light switch, where you flick caught in mid-November. spawn in the San Joaquin's it on and flows are flowing Now she was guarding the major tributaries. and fish are coming back gravel bed where she had laid In the late 1980s, environ- and birds are flying overhead several thousand eggs and mentalists went to court to and people are picnicking coveredthem with swishes of get back some of the San Joa- by the riverside," said Monty her tail, leaving behind signs quin's water — and its salmSchmitt of the Natural Re- of her nest, or redd, as salmon on. Their legal arguments sources D efense C o uncil, nests are called. focused on an old provision of which le d t h e r e storation S tudying her, t h e m e n the state Fish and Game Code fight. "It is not something that could see that she was in bad that required dam owners to happens all at once." shape. Her fins were deteriorelease enough water downThe salmon that Bigelow rating. Fungus was growing stream to sustain healthy fish and Rene Henery of Trout on her. Soon she would die, populations. U nlimited saw d i d n't g e t her biological role fulfilled. After a nearly two-decade within 10 miles of the dam on No. 7379 wasn't the only fight, environmental groups its own. It was one of 104 fall- female to find a gravel bed to reached a settlement with run chinook trapped over a her liking. Biologists counted

The San Joaquin's spring- farmers supplied by the Fri-

11 redds upstream of the release point. Their presence proved that after more than a half-century absence, chinook would spawn in the wild in the upper San Joaquin. But because water is still not flowing down the river's longest dry stretch, the hatching salmon have nowhere to go. The juveniles will hang out in the upper river until they become a meal for other fish. "The system isnot ready," said Cannon Michael, vice president of an agricultural company that farms 11,000 acres near the river. "You get

some photo ops by trapping fish." He and other farmers who are not parties to the settlement have nonetheless been drawn into the program because their agricultural operations lie along the 153-mile length of the project, which extends upstream to Friant Dam from the confluence of the San Joaquin and the Merced rivers. They fret that there won't be enough government funding to fully implement all the elements of t h e p r o gram, which is likely to cost more

than $1 billion. They worry that if s p ring-run chinook — protected under the federal Endangered Species Act — are reintroduced and don't survive, they will be blamed. And they don't want to lose cropland to the project. "I don't think it's realistic. It's hard to re-create that," landowner Jim Nickel said of the settlement goals.

Reminiwasprominent biographer,historian By Emily Langer

FEATURED OBITUARY

The Washington Post

Robert Remini, an awardwinning historian who w as considered a pre-eminent biographer of President Andrew Jackson and who also served as official historian of the U.S. House o f Re p resentatives, died March 28 at a hospital in Evanston, Ill. He was 91. His death was announced by the University of Illinois at Chicago, with which Remini had been associated for nearly five decades. He had complications from a stroke, said his son-in-law Dennis Costello. Equal parts scholar and s toryteller, Remini wa s r e garded as one of the finest p olitical biographers of h i s era. Hi s s u bjects i ncluded presidents John Quincy Adams and Martin Van Buren, House speaker Henry Clay, senator and statesman Daniel Webster and Mormon leader Joseph Smith. Remini also wrote a sprawling history of the House ofRepresentatives, where he served as historian from 2005 to 2010. He was most associated with Jackson, the unbridled president who extended settlement into the frontier and was known for his broad populist appeal and bloody relocation of American Indians. In addition to his numerous other publications on the seventh president, Remini penned a three-volume biography,the

result of more than 15 years of labor. The final installment, " Andrew Jackson an d t h e Course of American Democracy, 1833-1845," received the 1984 National Book Award in nonfiction. "There was an electrifying dynamism about Jackson that I found irresistible," Remini once told the Chicago Tribune. He served as presidentfrom 1829 to 1837 and was, in Remini's words, "the embodiment of the new American. "This new man was no longer British," he continued. "He no longer wore the queue and silk pants. He wore trousers,

ciate him as a complex human being," history professor Andrew Cayton wrote in a New York Times book review of "Andrew Jackson and his In-

dian Wars" (2001). The prob-

lem ... is that we see the world only through Jackson's eyes." Remini wrote that he did not wish "to excuse or exonerate" the president for his treatment of the Indians — an era he called "one of the unhappiest chapters in American history." He did endeavor to set the president in his historical and cultural context, including the rampant racism of the time. "Everyone has warts. Lincoln has warts," he told the Tribune. "But in the end you and he had stopped speaking have to ask, 'Does a man bewith a British accent." lieve in some good things?' Critics who admired Remi- He believed in this Union. He ni's work praised his scholarly believed in this country. And exactitude and smooth narra- he was morally surefooted tive style. in believing that government Reviewing the first installshouldn't be for only a small ment i n t h e t h r ee-volume segment of society, but for all biography - "Andrew Jack- of us. And by God, that's what son: The Course of American I want in my president." Empire, 1767-1821" (1977) — a Remini w a s app o i nted Washington Post book critic H ouse historian b y t h e n wrote that the volume "de- Speaker Dennis Hastert, a Reservestobecome a classicbe- publican also from Illinois and cause of the exceptional preci- a former teacher. Remini was sion of the description and the credited with bringing an air perceptive historical analysis." of nonpartisanship to the longT hose wh o f o un d f a u lt vacant post. with Remini argued that he The first House historian, identified too closely with his Ray Smock, had been appointsubject. ed in the 1980s and was dis"Seeing the world through missed by then-Speaker Newt Old Hickory's eyes, we appre- Gingrich of Georgia after Re-

publicans took over in 1994. The next House historian, Christina Jeffrey, was promptly fired after a controversy erupted over comments she had made about teaching the history of the Holocaust and the Ku Klux Klan. Remini came to the office shortly before the publication of his 600-page tome "The House" (2006), a book commissioned by the chamber. He was credited with producing a book that was nonpattisan, readable and stocked w ith memorable characters. One such rogue was George Cassiday, bootlegger to Congress in the era of Prohibition. C assiday "said h e k n e w someone who could consume

in one gulp a whole glass of hard liquor," Remini told the Capitol Hill publication Roll Call. "He doesn't say who it is. I have my guesses." His last works included "A Short History of the United States" (2008), weighing in at about 400 pages, and "At the Edge of the Precipice: Henry Clay and t h e C o mpromise That Saved the Union" (2010). In an interview with Roll C all, Remini spoke o f h i s fascination with t h e c o lorful speeches of 19th-century political leaders such as Clay, Webster and John C. Calhoun. "I always thought it would be wonderful in the afterlife," he said, "if you could listen to them debate."


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PENDLETON — M o t h er Nature is moving faster than forestmanagers and restoration can keep up in the Blue Mountains. The U.S. Forest Service figures it has a backlog of 1.5 million acres here in need of tree thinning, prescribed b urns and o t her w o r k t o maintain a h ealthy ecosystem. At its current pace, the department r e aches about 50,000 acres per year. That means local foresters have atleast 30 years of work ahead just to catch up. But Bill A ney, newly appointed eastside restoration coordinator for t h e P acific Northwest Region, is assembling a team to help come Up with a plan to substantially increase forest restoration efforts. "Accelerated r estoration," as it is known, would identify and plan projects on a much l arger scale — l o o king a t blocks up to 300,000 acres at a time,instead of 30,000 acres — while working with groups interested in environmental and economic impacts on the forests. A ney took on the job i n February, under th e d i rection of regional forester Kent Connaughton. They will foc us on r estoration i n f o u r national forests in the Blue Mountains i n c l uding t h e OChOCO, Umatilla, Ma lhettr and Wallowa-Whitman. The planning team, which Aney hopes to have in place by June, will gather expertise in everything from fire ecology to hydrology and wildlife. Aney, who a lso c oaches track and field at Pendleton High School and is married

and she's going to lap us again if we don't do something about it. We're getting further behind. Forests are developing faster than we

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Yesterday's weather through 4 p.m. inBend High/Low.............. 54/39 24 hours endmg 4 p.m.*. . 0.00" Recordhigh........80m1960 Monthtodate.......... 0.00" Record lpw......... 14 in 1997 Average month tpdate... 0.1 2" Average high.............. 55 Year tp date............ 2.27" Average low .............. 30 Average year to date..... 3.47" Barometricpressureat 4 p.m29.94 Record 24 hours ...0.16in1938 *Melted liquid equivalent

ULTRAVIOLET INDEX

SKI REPORT

Yesterday Saturday Sunday The higher the UV Index number, the greater Ski report from around the state, representing Hi/Lo/Pcp H i/Lo/W H i /Lo/Wthe need for eye and skin protection. Index is conditions at 5 p.m. yesterday:

City Precjpitationvajuesare24-hpur totals through4 p.m.

Astoria ........52/50/0.82....53/44/sh.....51/42/sh Baker City......61/33/0.00....56/35/sh.....53/33/sh Brppkings......52/51/0.26....56/48/sh.....55/46/sh Burns..........57/35/0.11 ....53/32/sh..... 50/30/rs Eugene........58/51/0.05....59/43/sh.....55/41/sh Klamath Falls .. 55/39/0 00 ...52/35/sh ...50/28/sh Lakeview.......55/39/0.00 ...50/35/sh.....49/31/sh La Pine........52/36/0.00....53/26/sh.....52/29/sh Medfprd.......60/48/0.00....60/47/sh.....58/39/sh Newport....... 52/50/0.44.... 52/45/sh..... 51/43/sh North Bend......55/52/NA....56/48/sh.....54/43/sh Ontario........68/49/0.00....63/43/sh.....60/36/sh Pendleton......65/45/0.00....64/44/sh.....57/38/sh Portland ....... 60/53/0.05....57/44/sh...... 54/43/r Prineville.......55/46/0.00....53/31/sh.....57/35/sh Redmond....... 59/41 /0.00.... 57/35/sh..... 51/30/sh Roseburg.......62/49/0.02....60/48/sh.....56/45/sh Salem ....... 59/52/006 ...58/43/sh ...55/41/sh Sisters......... 62/38/0.10....54/29/sh.....53/32/sh The Dages......63/43/0 00....62/43/sh.....55/39/sh

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Ski area Last 24 hours Base Depth Anthony Lakes ...... . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 60 Hoodoo..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0.. . . . . . . 59 Mt. Ashland...... . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0.. . . .65-111 Mt. Bachelor..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . 99-123 Mt. Hood Meadows..... . . . . . 0 .0 . . . . . . . 100 Mt. HoodSkiBowl...........0.0......46-53 Timberline..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 140

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Warner Canyon....... . . . . . . . 0.0... no report Wigamette Pass ........ . . . . . 0.0.. . . . .32-85

Pass Conditions 1-5 at Siskiyou Summit........ Carry chains or T. Tires 1-84 at Cabbage Hill....... .. . Carry chains or T. Tires

Aspen, Colorado..... . . . . . . . . 0 -0 . . . . . .42-48 Mammoth Mtn., California.....0.0. . . . .72-182 Park City, Utah ...... . . . . . . . . 0.0. . . . . .53-69 Squaw Valley, California..... . .0.0.. . . . . .5-89

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

Sun Valley, Idaho....... . . . . . . 0.0.. . . . .24-52 Hwy. 58 at Willamette Pass.... Carry chains or T.Tires Hwy. 138 at Diamond Lake.... Carry chains or T.Tires Taos, New Mexico...... . . . . . . 0.0. . . . . .53 70 Hwy. 242 at McKenzie Pass........ Closed for season Vail, Colorado...... . . . . . . . . . 0.0... . . . . . 44 For up-to-minute conditions turn to: For links to thelatest ski conditions visit: www.skicentral.com/oregon.html www.tripcheck.com or call 511 Legend:W-weather, Pcp-precipitatipn,s-sun, pc-partial clouds,c-clpuds, hhaze,shshowers,rrain, t thunderstprms,sf snpwflurries, snsnow, i-ice,rs-rain-snpwmjc w-wind,f-fog, dr-drjzzle,tr-trace

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Indianapolis.....59/34/000..67/54/pc...69/54/t SanFrancisco... 64/55/trace..63/48/pc...62/49/r Wichita.........66/34/0.00..76/52/pc...71/55/t Birmingham .. 66/43/0.03...74/48/s. 75/56/pc Jackson, MS.... 67/45/0 00 ..74/52/s. 76/59/pc SanJose........66/55/000 ..68/48/pc 66/48/r Yakima.........68/52/000 62/38/sh. 55/35/sh Bismarck........49/24/000... 49/25/c.48/27/sh Jacksonvile......64/54/049... 72/52/s.. 77/55/s SantaFe........73/38/000..64/41/pc. 64/41/pc Yuma...........89/65/000... 90/62/s.. 90/63/s Boise...........64/46/0.17 ..61/41/sh. 58/35/sh Juneau..........37/25/0.00... 42/33/r...43/36/r INTERNATIONAL Boston..........57/38/000...49/38/s .. 57/43/c Kansas City......70/39/0.00 ..74/49/pc...70/54/t Budgepprt,CT....63/40/0.00... 51/38/s .. 57/42/c Lansing.........48/31/0.00... 55/43/c .. 55/38/c Amsterdam......46/34/000 49/29/pc 46/31/pc Mecca..........97/77/000 .94/69/s..97/73/s Buffalo........ 44/33/000...51/45/c. 49/40/sh LasVegas.......83/61/000... 83/63/s .. 84/Sis Athens..........71/50/000..73/60/pc. 70/53/sh Mexico City .....77/50/1.25..77/53/pc.. 78/52/c Burlingtpn,V1....48/37/000..46/34/pc. 56/37/sh Lexington.......65/32/000..70/52/pc. 70/54/pc Auckland........70/57/000 ..63/56/sh.66/54/sh Montreal........43/34/003 ..39/32/pc...52/41/r Caribou,ME.....44/33/002...35/21/5..42/32/rs Liucpln..........72/31/000 ..71/44/pc...68/45/t Baghdad........77/62/000... 89/70/s .. 95/72/s Moscow........41/32/003 .. 37/29/rs..31/21/sf Charleston,SC...61/45/007...69/48/s..73/54/s Little Rock.......69/36/000..76/54/pc..72/60/c Bangkok.......104/84/0.00 ..104/80/s. 104/81/s Nairpbi.........81/59/0.00... 76/63/t...71/58/t Charlptte........66/37/000...66/43/s. 71/51/pc LosAngeles......67/58/0 00... 67/56/s .. 68/55/s Beiyng..........57/36/007... 58/33/s. 59/33/pc Nassau.........81/70/000 ..77/66/pc. 74/68/pc Chattanpoga.....68/44/002...72/48/s. 74/53/pc Louisville........68/34/0.00..71/54/pc...70/56/t Beirut..........70/61/022...70/63/s ..79/70/s New 0ejhi.......91/63/000...97/72/s. 100/73/s Cheyenne.......66/41/000..59/35/pc...58/34/t Madison Wj.....50/26/000...63/36/t. 60/44/pc Berlin...........37/34/000...38/28/6..36/24/c Osaka..........75/46/000...77/46/r.53/41/sh Chicago.........45/36/000... 66/45/t. 55/48/pc Memphis....... 68/41/000. 73/56/pc .. 75/59/c Bogota.........68/46/0.00... 66/55/t.66/53/sh Oslo............45/28/0.00 .. 39/25/pc. 33/20/pc Cincinnati.......63/27/000 ..69/51/pc. 65/54/sh Miami..........75/66/153...79/68/s .. 81/69/s Budapest........43/34/014 ..50/38/sh .. 48/31/c Ottawa.........39/30/007..39/30/pc. 50/36/sh Cleveland.......45/34/0.00... 54/48/c. 58/40/pc Milwaukee......42/33/0.00... 61/40/t. 49/43/pc BuenosAires.....79/55/000 ..65/47/pc. 71/53/pc Paris............48/37/000...47/30/c. 51/34/pc Colorado Spnngs.74/38/000..61/37/pc. 64/37/pc Miuneapplis.....44/28/0.07..48/32/sh. 50/36/pc CabpSB BLucas ..84/59/0.00... 83/58/s. 85/64/pc Rip deJaneiro....88/77/0.00... 80/69/t .. 78/68/c 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are managing them." — Bill Aney, forest restoration coordinator

to East Oregonian senior reporter Kathy A ney, uses a similar analogy for accelerated restoration. " Mother N ature h a s a l ready lapped us once, and

Removing some

o f th e

larger pines could open up

more space and habitat for aspen trees to grow. David Powell, a silviculturist with the Umatilla National Forest, she's going to lap us again if said shade from the big cowe don't do something about nifers can cause aspen nttmit, u Aney said. "We're getting bers to decline and decrease further behind. Forestsare biodiversity. developing faster than we are A recent forest inventory managing them." counted billions of c o nifer Years ago, a fire in ponder- trees, Powell said, and just osa pine forest would burn thousands of broadleaf speeach spot of ground every 10 cies trees. Biodiversity is imto 20 years, Aney said. Now, portant for different types of in some places, there is 100 birds and fauna in the forest, years of growth with enough he added. BWe're COnCerned abOut fuel for high-intensity blazes. Smaller trees and brush the broadleaf species," Powell near largertrees also create Said. «We haVeSO many feWer the potential for "ladder fu- than these dominant conifer els, u where flames climb up- trees." ward into the forest canopy. The forests, where f i r es Aney said those intense fires have often been fought and can have severeeffects,like extinguished, ar e o u t of burning trees hundreds of sync with what's happened years old and damaging soil. through history, Powell said. "Our objective is restora"If we can't continue to action and trying to set up (tree) celerate this, we'll just slip stands for fire, so that when a further behind," he said. "It fire comes through it doesn't doesn't grab most people's attake out the w hole stand," tention until we get these ripAney said. roaring fires, and by then it's In addition, thinning trees too late." could lead to an increase in Aney was excited to jump production fo r t h e t i m b er on board with th e p r oject, industry. he said. Not everything they "I think we can come up try is going to work, he cauwith some projects that do tioned, but said that w on't the restoration, while a l so stop him from trying. "I'm just really intrigued by producing material for the industry," Aney said. the possibilities," Aney said.

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GOLF MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: FINAL FOUR

Tee to Green moves to Monday The Bulletin's Tee to

Green section, which usuallyappears on Saturday, is moving to Mondays. Lookfor

expanded local andprofessional golf coverage starting this Monday.

BASKETBALL

Rutgers scandal drings downAD NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.— Rutgers' coach-

ing scandal spiraled deeper Friday, bringing down the popular athletic director and a school

vice president while donors threatened to cut off their contributions

to New Jersey's largest public university.

The day of mounting troubles for the school began with Athletic Director Tim Pernetti

resigning over his fail-

Michigan'sBurkehoping to

Michigan's Trey Burke

finish stellar seasonwith title A fter considering a jump to t h e NBA, Burke has made the most of another season in college. On Thursday, he was named national player of the year by T he Associated Press — t h e first Michigan player to win that award since 1966. He also won the Wooden Award for the nation's top player on Friday. Now the focus turns to today's national semifinal against Syracuse, when Burke will try to move the Wolverines to within one win of that NCAA title. "My teammates and coaching staff, you know, they put me in this position," he said. "I wouldn't be able to receive those awards without them. See Final Four/C2

The Associated Press

ATLANTA — A year ago at this time, when Trey Burkedecided to come back to Michigan for his sophomore season, the star point guard immediately started talking about a national championship. It was certainly a possibility — Burke's return put the Wolverines near the top of the preseason rankings — but expectations like that are still hard to live up to. That's why Michigan's run to the Final Four has been so rewarding. "It was just a matter of putting all the piecestogether — everybody understanding their role," Burke said. "Now that we're here, it's definitely surreal. It feels really good to be here. We're having a lot of fun."

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The FinalFour National semifinals, today, in Atlanta; times PDT; games televised on CBS • No. 9 seed Wichita

• The Wolverines'star sophomoreisracking upwins andhonors By Noah Trister

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State (30-8) vs. No. 1 seedLouisville (33-5), 3:09 p.m. • No. 4 seed Syracuse (30-9) vs. No. 4 seed Michigan

(30-7), 5:49 p.m. Championship game:Semifinal

winners, Monday, 6 p.m., CBS

Inside A breakdown of Carlos Osorio/ The Associated Press file

today's games,C2

ure to immediately fire coach Mike Rice, who

was caught on video hitting, kicking and taunt-

ing players with anti-gay slurs at practice.

BOYS PREP TENNIS: SUMMIT INVITATIONAL

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The video was shown Tuesday on ESPN,

Madras hands Gladstone first loss

prompting outrage nationwideand on cam-

pus, where the coach's conduct was especially sensitive because of the 2010 suicide of a student who killed himself after his roommate used

a webcam to record him kissing another man. Rice was fired by Pernetti on Wednesday, but the athletic director immediately came under criticism for only

suspending and fining the coach after the video was brought to his at-

tention four months ago. Pernetti said Friday he wanted to fire Rice on the spot butdid not

becausethe consensus among school officials at the time was that it didn't warrant dismissal. — The Associated Press

Rush: Tryingto 'lighten' mood? SAN FRANCISCO-

Former Pac-12Conference coordinator of officials Ed Rush says he

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Clockwise from top, Bend High's Federico Puga Summit's Chandler Oliveira and Mountain View's Philip Atkinson compete at the Summit Invitational on Friday at the Athletic Club of Bend.

was just trying to "lightenthe

mood" ina

tense locker

room whenhe "jokingly" made offers

of $5,000 or a trip to Mexico for any referee who disciplined Arizona

coach SeanMiller during the league tournament. In his first interview

since reports surfaced of the incident that forced his resignation,

Rush told The Associated Press onThursday night that the comments

were "absolutely, 100

Bulletin staff report Hosting some of the top boys tennis teams in Class 5A, Summit High went 2-0 on Friday during the first day of the Summit Invitational at the indoor courts at the Athletic Club of Bend. The Storm, the reigning 5A state champions, topped Eugene's Marist 5-3 before defeating Churchill, also of Eugene,6-2.Mountain

View went I-I on the day with a win over Hermiston (9-8 on sets after tying 4-4 in matches) before losing to Crescent Valley 7-1. Bend High was 0-2 with a pair of tight defeats, falling to Ashland 61-59 in games after the two teams tied 4-4 and losing to Churchill 7-6 in sets, again after tying 4-4 in matches. Redmond High lost to Ashland 6-2 and Hermiston 5-3.

"The top kids (in 5A) are getting to play one another for seeding at state," Summit coach Josh Cordell said, explaining the tournament. "And, even though it's a different format than at state, you've got the best teams facing off against one another to see who has the best overall team." The Storm won both their matches Friday despite going

0-4 at No. I singles and No. I doubles. "Our depth is amazing," Cordell said. "The thing that is so awesome and so cool about this team is that our No. Is can lose, but then they're right there cheering on our No. 3s and No. 4s who played so dominant and were able to give us the team victory." The tournament resumes today at 8 a.m.

Bulletin staff report MADRAS — A four-hitter from Jamie Moe and a couple of timely hits by Inez Jones and Caitlin Hulsey helped Madras hand Gladstone its first softball defeat of the season Friday. In a matchup between last year'sTri-Valley Conference co-champions, Moe was masterful, striking out six against just one walk to lead Madras to a 3-0 victory over the Gladiators. "She came ready to play today," White Buffalo coach Shawna McConnell said about her senior ace. "She didn't strike out a ton, but when it rains, it's hard to get movement on the ball. She kept the ball down and our defense stepped it up." Jones gave Madras a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the third inning with a one-out double that scored Sarah Brown from second base. Two innings later, Hulsey knocked in Cirelle Frank and Brown with a two-out single to make the score 3-0. "This makes a statement to the rest of the league," said McConnell, whose team is now 2-0 in league and 10-3 overall. "It's our biggest win of the season so far." Gladstone (12-1 overall, 1-1 TVC) entered the game No. 1 in the Oregon School Activities Association's Class 4A rankings. Madras was No. 2.

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of the Pac-12program and wanted to tarnish his reputation.

Rush said his remarks were part of an overall "point of em-

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Arizona's 79-69 win over Colorado in the Pac-12 quarterfinal March 14. In the course of that meeting, Rush said he called out officials who worked

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Beaver receivers strive to replace Wheaton By Cliff Kirkpatrick Corvallis Gazet te-Times

The Oregon State football team's passing game ranked No. 20 in the nation and averaged 307.1 yards a game last season. Many of those yards came from the receiving duo of Markus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks. They combined for 184.2 yards a game, and Wheaton contributed 95.7. Wheaton moved on and is giving the NFL a try as a probable draft pick at the end of the month. That leaves a huge offensive void for the Beavers because he was also a rushing threat on the fly sweep with 10.9 rushing yards a game and two touchdowns.

"There's a lot of production to fill with Markus Wheaton gone,"coach Mike Riley said. "Someone has to emerge, and more likely two receivers." Success for the Beavers came from the proven ability of W h eaton and the advanced upstart skills of Cooks. Whomever opponents double-teamed, the other c ould s hake o ne-on-one coverage. Cooks is now the proven talent going into his junior season, but needs someone to complement him the way he did with Wheaton. Richard Mullaney was a play-maker in practice last season and transferred that into games for a while with 13 receptions for 156 yards and a touchdown in nine games. He briefly played well in

place of Wheaton, who suffered a concussion against Washington. Mullaney, a sophomore, would have been atop the depth chart this spring if healthy. A partially torn rotator cuff kept him out of four games and he's recovering from offseason surgery this spring. He was hurt during a practice when he dovefor a balland landed on his shoulder. For now, Mullaney will watch others battle it out this spring and hopes he recovers enough to train in the summer to stake his claim at the starting split end job in the fall. "He has shown us he can play," receivers coach Brent Brennan said. "Richard Mullaney is someone we think highly of when he gets well. SeeBeavers/C4

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Oregon State's Brandin Cooks, right, and Obum Gwacham, left, top the Beavers' depth chart at receiver.


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COREBOARD hurdles 1, Delgado,Ontario,15.12;15,Thurman, CrookCounty,19.85 16.22800 —1, Rivera,Crook County,2:07.36.200 — I, Poston, Ontario, 22.91; Today Baseball: HoodRiver Valleyat Bend(DH), noon; 3, Lopez,CrookCounty, 23.47. 300 hurdles — 1, Riversideat Culver (DH),noon; CrookCounty at Reed, LaGrande,40.72, 6, Abrams,Crook County, 47.03 1,600 relay 1, Baker (Maszk,Smith, Mazama (DH),11 a.m. Softball: Bend atHoodRiver Valey(DH), noon;Culver Spenst,Dunn),3:33.48; 2, CrookCounty, 3:40.65. High jump — I, Bachman,Baker,5-10; T7, at Rwerside(DH), noon;CrookCounty at Mazama Barber,CrookCounty, 5-04. Discus — 1, Sutfin, (DH),11a.m. Track: Summit at Sandy Invitational, 10:30 a.mz CrookCounty,146-02. Pole vault — 1, Hancock, Culver, Ridgeview,La Pine, Madrasat Redmond La Grande,14-00;5, Thurman,CrookCounty,12-00. Shot — 1,Galoway, Payette (Idaho), 51-00;4, SutSunseeker, 11a.m. Boys tennis: Ridgeview,Sisters, CrookCountyat tin, CrookCounty,44-04. Javelin — 1, Woodworth, MadrasInvite, 9 a.m., Redmond, Mountain View, La Grande,159-00; 3, Sutfin, CrookCounty, 132-08. Triple jump — 1,WiliamsonWeiser(Idaho)n41SummitBend , atSummit Invite, 8a.m. Boys lacrosse:SheldonatSummit, 930 a.mzBend 08; 17,Barber,CrookCounty, 35-06.25 Longjump — 1, Tamez, Vale, 20-04.75; 2, Sey, CrookCounty, vs. MountainViewatSummit, 5:30p.m. Girls lacrosse: Bend Unitedat WestSalem, noon; 19-04. BendUnitedvs. Sheldon atWest Salem,4p.m. Girls Sunday Oregon Trail Invitational Girls lacrosse:BendUnited atSouthSalem,11a.m. At Frank HawleyStadium, Vale Team scores — 1, LaGrande,105; 4, Crook PREP SPORTS County,85. Individual winner, top CC placer 400-meter relay — I, CrookCounty(Zirbel, Softball M. Bernard,A. Bernard, Berlin), 51.99.1,500 — 1, Friday's results Welch, LaGrande,523.60;10, Morgan,CrookCounClass 4A ty,600.62.3,000 1,Welch,LaGrande,12:06.57; Tri-VaUeyConference 6, Morales,CrookCounty 12:54.03.100 — 1, ZirGladstone 000 000 0 0 4 2 bel, CrookCounty, 13.74.400 — I, Miffer-Moylan, Madras 001 020 x 3 5 I La Grande,1:02.26, 6, A. Bernard, CrookCounty, Sky-EmLeague 1:06.37. 100 hurdles — 1, Youngberg,Payette Sisters 200 100 0 3 8 3 (Idaho),16.96;10,Viescas,CrookCounty, 19.32 800 Elmira 000 000 0 0 1 2 —1, Smith,LaGrande,2:39.20; 4, Tarabochia,Crook Sky-EmLeague County,2:43.56.200—1,Lee,Weiser(Idaho); 2, Zir(5 innings) bel, CrookCounty,27.50. 300hurdles — 1, Bates, SweetHome 612 10 108 0 Vale, 49.81; 3,Berlin, CrookCounty,51.20. 1,600 La Pine 000 00 0 1 3 relay — 1,Vale(8 Hawkins, Ka.Hawkins, Johnson, Class 2A/1A Kr. Hawkins),4:23.94;7, CrookCounty, 4:44.98. Special District 3 High jump — 1,Fulk, Vale,5-00; 4, Lindburg, Regis 122 000 1 6 6 1 CrookCounty,4-08 Discus — 1,Hollon, Tri-Vaffey Culver 000 030 0 3 7 3 (Idaho), 109-00; 8, Morgan,CrookCounty, 88-05. Pole vault — 1, Wolery,Payette (Idaho), 9-06; 2, Baseball Michael, CrookCounty,8-00. Shot — I, Hollon, Friday's results Tri-Vaffey(Idaho),36-02;4, Troutman,CrookCounty, Class 4A 34-10.Javelin — 1,Voboril, Baker,125-08,2,TroutSky-EmLeague man,CrookCounty,106-10. Triple jump 1, RanElmira 100 000 0 1 5 3 som, Payette(Idaho), 36-03.50; 9, Troutman,Crook Sisters 101 350 x 1013 4 County,31-00. Long jump — I, Ransom,Payete (5 innings) (Idaho),17-11; 2,Berlin,CrookCounty,16-10.50. La Pine 011 10 3 1 2 SweetHome 432 31 13 11 1 SKIING Nonconference First game EaglePoint 234 100 0 1010 2 Alpine Ridgeview 300 030 2 8 13 4 PNSAMasters Championships Secondgame At Mt. Bachelor, Cliffhanger EaglePoint 001 000 0 1 4 1 Friday's results Ridgeview 000 003 x 3 4 1 Super-G Men 80-84 — 1, Charl e sEvans,1.49.70. Tennis 76-79 — 1, RichRobertson, 1:25.99. 2, Willi Boys Schmidt, 1:2704 70-74 — 1, HowardColeman, I:29.20. 2, Jim Summit Invitational Phillips, I:31.51. 3, David Prochazka, I:43.79. 4, At the Athletic Club ofBend OliverLajoie,1.45.58. Day-onescores 66-69 — 1,MikeUberuaga,1:21.90. Ashlan d4,Bend4(Ashlandwins61-59ongames) 60-64 — 1, JimDoudna,1:18.41. 2, RogerJoSummit 5,Marist3 hanson,1:19.96.3, RandLittle, 1:21.11. 4, Ladislav MountainView4, Hermiston 4 (MountainViewwins Konstacky,1:23.67. 9-8 onsets) 55-59 — 1,DaveKornish, 1:18.49.2 JohnDuffie, Ashland6, Redmond2 1:24.92. 3,MichaelKvietkus,1:35.15. Churchill 4,Bend4 (Churchil wins7-6onsets) 50-54 — 1,MartinGyorgyfalvy,1:15.76. 2, Mike Crescent Valey 7, Mountain View1 Dodds, 1:19.74.3,Ed Ochs,1:20.53.4,Hugh MitchSummit 6, Churchill 2 eff, 1:21.92.5, EricOrt, 1:27.22. Crescent Valley5, Marist 3 45-49 — 1,AndrewVeterlein, 1:14.32.2, TimoHermis ton5,Redmond3 thy Hill,1.1493.3, DonaldWalde, 1:1641. 40-44 — 1,BrianBogatin,1:24.20. 35-39 — I, MatthewLyaff, I:21.13. Golf Women Friday's Results 70-74 — 1,CarolynPhilips,1:37.66. Girls 56-59 — 1,Cheryl Puddy,1:24.17. 50-54 — 1,BethParaskeva,1:41.56 Ridgeview Invitational 40-44 — I, JenniferAspaas,1:30.08. At Ridge Course atEagle Crest Par 72 Skyliner Open Team winner —Summit 330. At Mt. Bachelor, Westrtdge/Cltffhanger Medalist Kalyn Thayer,West Albany 70. Friday's results SUMMIT(330) —Odiome75, Heinly 80,MitchBoys Super-G eff 84,Kerry91, Drgastin94. 1 Michel Macedo,CWSC, 1.15.42. 2, JackBotti, BEND(382) — Heidi Froelich84, Rice87, Holly MBSEF, 1:15.82. 3, Spencer Wright, CMAC,1:17.55. Froe ich98, Mode113,Morse118. 4, WalterLafky, MBSEF,1:1857 5, MinamCravens, CROOKCOUNTY (440) — Dalton 99 Shank MBSEF,1:18.58.6, lanLafky, MBSEF, I:19.38 7,Luke 108, White112,Thompson121,Kaonis152. Musgrave,MHRT1:20.24. 8,TuckerScroggins, MAC, REDMOND (473) — Roundtree 88, Lussier 90, 1:20.65. 9,JonathanWimberly, MBSEF, 1:20.90. 10, Wrffrngham135, Whrte160. Cole Sher-Jan,MBSEF,1:21.62. MADRAS (inc.) — Simmons94. 11, JakeKlonsky,MBSEF,1:21.73 12,Austenl.aw, MOUNTAINVIEW (inc.) — Nopp 107,Tiler MBSEF,1:21.87. 13, MorganTren, MBSEF, I:2388. 112 14, Will Stuermer,MBSEF,1:24.68. 15, ConnerNelRIDGEVIEW(inc.) — Brown 105,Lau113, son, MAC, 1:25.83. Lambert127. Girls Super-G TRINITYLUTHERAN(inc.) — Sample 95, Polk 1, MeganOlson,MBSEF, 1:15.62 2, ErinSmith, 105. MBSEF, 117.46. 3, AshleyLodmell, MHA,I:18.03. 4, AddisonBeasley,MBSEF, 1:18.25. 5, Skylar Cooley, Boys CMAC,1:18.97.6, MatBreanne,WPSC, 1:19.51. 7, MeganWurden,CMAC,1:19.93. 8, Sophia Sahm , Panther Invitational MBSEF,1: 1995 9,ZoeSimpson,MAC,1:20.39.10, At Juniper Golf Club DanieffeBracy,MBSEF, I:20.82. Par 71 11, AlysonMat, WPSC, 1.21.02. 12, SophiaBurTeam winner Summit 321 gess, MBSEF , 1:21.87. 13,Caffie Dahlberg, SPAC , Medalis t— MasonRodby,Redmond,77. 1:22.16. 14, Kelsey Olson, MBSEF,1:2315. 15, SUMMIT(321) —TK.Wasserman78,Wats 81, Abigarl Orlord, CMAC,1:24.02. 16, Lili Bouchard, Bahn 81Loberg81 B.Wasserman88. MBSEF,I:24.40. 17, Natalie Waldram,USA, I:24.65. REDMOND (339) —Rodby77,Cron 84,Thom- 18, NatalieHall, MHR T,1:26.60.19, MadisonBrown, ton 86,Messner92,Dixon 95. MBSEF,1 26:.92.20,PagetRathbun,MBSEF,1:27.31. CROOKCOUNTY (374)— Kuk84,Morgan92, 21, AlexandraKaiser, MBSEF, 128.93. 22, Aidan Davis97, Christian101,Goehring104. Wiffett, MRT,1:34.99. RIDGEVIEW(386) — Seeley 80,Roe88,Kinzer 92, Spineffi126,Tucker127. MOUNTAIN VIEW(397) — Kreiger88,Navarra BASKETBALL 99, Smith105,Robertson105,Curtis 108

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OregonTrail Invitational At Frank HawleyStadium, Vale Team scores — 1, Weiser(Idaho), 105.5; 2, CrookCounty,103.25 Individual winner, top CC placer 400-meter relay — I, CrookCounty(Santiago, Zemp,Woodward, Lopez),45.77.1,500 — 1, Maszk, Baker, 4:29.03; 2, Munn, CrookCounty, 4:31.00. 3,000 — I, Wiggins,Weiser(Idaho), 9:51.33;15, George,CrookCounty, 10:58.10.100—1, Wiliamson, Weiser(Idaho), 11.52;7, Lopez,CrookCounty, 11 97. 400 1, Lopez,CrookCounty,53.02. 110

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Final Four Continued from C1 "It would be great to get a win on Saturday, to have the opportunity to play on Monday and cut down the nets would definitely be a great feeling." When Burke first arrived at Michigan, he was immediately under pressure. Point guard Darius Morris had left after his sophomore season to go to the NBA, and Burke's performance as the replacement would go a long way toward determining if the Wolverines could take another step forward after reaching the NCAA tournament in 2011. The result: a share of the 2012 Big Ten title — the school's first in 26 years. Burke averaged 14.8 points per game as a freshman, and his perimeter shooting made him a nice fit for Michigan's offense. One of the best compliments a point guard can receive js that he's an extension of hjs coach on the court. That was true right

away. "I think in the first couple months, he was reading me,"Wolverines coach John Beilein said. "He was putting deposits in my trust bank more and more every time. That's really important. The more deposits he made, the more I knew I could trust him." All that success made Burke a candidate to leave Michigan after only one season,

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Knicks 101, Bucks83 MILWAUKEE (83) Daniels1-50-02, lyasova2-9 2-27, Sanders3-7 3-3 9, Jennings9-203-5 25,Ellis 4-132-411, Udoh 2-30-04, Redick5-103-418,MbahaMoute0-20-0 0, Dunleavy2 60 05, ISmith0-00-00,Hensonl 1 0-0 2. Totals29-7613-18 83. NEWYORK(101) Anthony17-284-441, Shumpert 0-70-00, Chandler 3-7 0-0 6,Prigioni 1-40-0 2, Felton4-9 0-09, J.Smith 11-223-430, Kidd2-40-05, Copeland2-4 0-06, Novak1-40-02,White0-00-00.Totals4189 7-8 101. Milwaukee 19 26 21 17 — 83 New York 19 17 42 23 — 101

8-19 2-218,Teague4-13 2-212, Korver3-74-511, Johnson6-105-817, Jones1-2 3-45, Mack3-5 0-2 6, To liver0-20-0 0, Scott 0-00-0 0. Totals 34-73 17-2790. Philadelphia 40 18 26 18 — 101 Atlanta 26 19 20 25 — 90

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Rockets 116, Blazers 98 HOUSTON (116)

Garcia 4 9 0011, GSmith 5 6 9 1219,Asik 3 7 3-4 9, Lin 8-134-5 22, Harden11-21 7-833, Jones 0-2 0-0 0,Anderson1-20-0 3, Beverley3-3 0-0 7, Motiejunas3-103-410, Robinson1-10-22, Brooks 0-1 0-0 0, Ohlbrecht0-1 0-0 0 Totals 39-76 2635 116.

PORTLAND (98) Claver4-81-1 9,Aldndge12-198-1032, Hickson

5-91-1 11, Lillard 4-122-311, Matthews6-195-6 18, Barton4-91-1 9, Leonard2-62-26, Maynor0-4 0-00, Pavlovicg-10-00, Freeland0-20-00, N.Smith 1-2 0-0 2.Totals 38-91 20-2498. Houston 35 28 29 24 — 116 Portland 31 25 21 21 — 98 3 Point Goals Houston 12-28 (Harden 49, Garcia 3-7, Lin 2-4, Anderson1-1, Beverey 1-1, Motiejunas1-4, Brooks0-1, Asik0-1), Portland2-20 (Liffard1-2, Matthews1-11, Pavlovic 0-1, Claver0 2, Barton0-2, Maynor0-2). Fouled Out—G.Smith. Rebounds —Houston48(Asik11), Portland55(Aldridge 13). Assists Houston24(Lin 8),Portland23(Lilard 7). Total Foul— s Houston 18, Portland21. Technicals — Asik, Matthews.A—20,400(19,980).

Thunder97, Pacers 75 OKLAHOMA CITY(97) Durant13-216-734, Ibaka5-92-212, Perkins2-5 0-0 4, Westbrook10-244-6 24,Sefolosha1-3 0-03, Marti n 3-72-29,Coff ison2-52-26,Jackson 1-40-0 2, Thabeet 0-01-21, Fisher0-02-22, Brewer0-00-0 0, Liggins0-00-00, Orton0-00-00. Totals 37-78 19-2397. INDIANA(75) George 3-11 2-58, West7-143-417, Hibbert 814 6-6 22,Hill 4-121-1 10, Stephenson2-7 0-0 4, THansbrough1-3 22 4, Johnson1-51-2 4, Green 1-32-2 4,Mahinmi0-0 0-0 0,Augustin0-3 2-2 2. Totals 27-7219-24 75. OklahomaCity 26 18 28 25 — 97 Indiana 23 20 24 8 — 75

Heat 89, Bobcats 79 MIAMI (89) Lewis 5-122-214, Haslem1-20-0 2, Bosh6-14 5-618, Chalmers1-44-46, Miller9-151-226, Andersen3-52-28, Battier2-50-04, Cole3-60-08, Jones1-6 0-1 3,Anthony0-00-0 0. Totals 31-69 14-1789. CHARLOTTE (79) Kidd-Gilchrist7-174-418 McRoberts4-120-08, Biyombo2-7 0-04, Walker3-15 6-612, Henderson 2-16 7-811,Gordon0-10-0 0, Wiliams3-61-2 8, Thomas 3-60-06, Pargo 3-62-2 9, Taylor 1-20-03. Totals 28-88 20-22 79. Miami 26 22 18 23 — 89 Charlotte 22 23 8 26 — 79

Bulls87, Magic 86 ORLANDO (86) Harkless0-10-00, Harris5-172-212, Vucevic814 0-016, Udrih10 174-4 27,Nicholson2-4 2-26, Jones3-113-410,Moore1-62-24, Lamb1-51-33, O'Quin n4-50-08.Totals 34-8014-1786. CHICAGO (87) Deng5-18 7-7 19,Boozer6-16 0-0 12,Mohammed1-63-45, Hinrich5-91-113, Butler5-132-212, Robinso n8-170-019,Radmanovic3-30-07.Totals 33-82 13-1487. Orlando 19 24 27 16 — 86 Chicago 14 26 26 21 — 87

TORONTO (95) Gay 12-231-126,A.Johnson1-31-2 3, Valanciunas2-48-1012, Lowry5-110-011, DeRozan12-23 1-1 25,Gray230 24,Anderson1-50 02,Telfair 1-4 0-03, Acy0-00-00, Ross 3-50-07, Fields1-40-02. Totals 40-85 11-1695. MINNESOT A (93) Kirilenko 8 1036 20,Wffiiams1-4 6-68, Pekovic 6-1212-1624,Rubio3-106813,Ridnour3-62-28, Budinger3-61-2 8, Cunningham4-8 0-0 8, Barea0-5 0-00,Shved2-60-04,Stiemsma0-00-00.Totals 30-67 30-4093. Toronto 18 28 25 24 — 95 Minnesota 24 24 25 20 — 93

Lakers 86, Grizzlies 84 MEMPHIS(84) Prince3-80-06, Randolph7-171-1 15,M.Gasol

5-81-2 11,Conley9-192-221,Allen 2-3 0-04, Arthur 0-1 0-0 0,Bayless7-150-014, Daye2-5 0-05, Davis 1-21-2 3,Pondexter1-7 0-0 3, Leuer1-1 0-0 2 Totals 38-86 5-784.

L.A. LAKERS (86) Bryant10-234-4 24,PGasol 8-14 3-419, Howard 3-7369,Blake2 60 06,Meeks1-50-12,Jamison 5-11 1-1 13, Clark5-8 2-2 13 Totals 34-74 1318 86. Memphis L.A. Lakers

Warriors 111, Suns107 GOLDENSTATE(111) Bames4-9 2-211, Lee10-18 2-222, Bogut3-5 0-0 6, Curry6-15 3-318, Thompson10-18 2-3 25, Ezeli1-1 0 0 2,Landry59 3413, Jack5 112 214, Green 0 00-00,Bazemore0-00-00.Totals 44-86 14-16111. PHOENIX (107) Tucker5-80-010, Mark.Morris1-22-2 4, Scola 3-5 0-0 6, Dragic11-137-732, Johnson4-91-2 9, Dudley1-4 3-4 6O'Neal7-121-215, Beasley12-17 0-025, Brown 0-1 0-00, MarcMorris 0-10-00, Marshall 0 00 00 Totals44-7214-17 107. GoldenState 23 3 23 2 24 — 111 Phoenix 37 27 14 29 — 107

Mavericks117, Kings108 DALLAS(117)

Marion 10-174-4 25, Nowitzki 6-143-3 16, Kaman3-70-06,M.James2-32-28,Mayo 5-92-213, Crowder0-30-00, Carter3-110-0 7, Coffison7-10 4-418, Wnght9-142-220,Morrow1-22-24. Totals 46-90 19-19 117. SACRAMENTO (108)

Salmons1-60-03, Paterson3-9 3-410, Thomp-

son6-134-516,Thomas92011-1229,Evans10-15 4-626, Cousins2-52-26, Fredette1-30-02, Thornton 010 00, Douglas6 90 014, Outlaw1-40 02, Johnson0-20-20.Totals 39-87 24-31108. Dallas 18 41 33 25 — 117 Sacramento 27 26 28 27 — 108

Jazz 95, Hornets 83 NEWORLEANS(83)

Aminu4-110-08, Davis10-16 4-524, Lopez5-9 2-2 12,Vasquez9-13 2-321, Gordon2-3 2-2 7,Anderson0104 44, Henry0 53 43, Roberts1-60 0 2, Miller 0-20-00 Amundson 1-10-02, Mason0-1 0-0 0. Totals32-7717-20 83.

CLEVELAND(97) Gee8-170-016,Thompson10-17 9-929,Zeff er 4-91-2 9, Irving4-201-1 11, Ellington5-81-212, Walton 000-00, Livingston 24347, Mrles275-6 9, Speights0-12-22, Casspi0-00-00,Jones 1-60-0 2 Totals 36-8922-2697. Green8-13 6-823, Bass7-140-1 14, Wilcox 1-3 0-0 2, Bradley3-122 4 10,Lee1-5 0-0 2, Wiliams 4-91-2 9, Terry3-10 0-0 8, Randolph6-9 4-516, Crawford3-140-27. TotaIs 36-8913-22 91. Cleveland 26 26 22 23 — 97

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At NewOrleansArena New Orleans National Semifinals Sunday, April 7 Louisville (28-8)vs. Calrfornra(32-3), 3:30 NotreDame(35-1) vs. Connecticut (33-4), 5:30p.m.

GOLF PGA Tour TexasOpen

Friday At JW Marriott, TPCSanAntonio, Oaks

Course San Antonio Purse: $6.2 million Yardage: 7,522; Par:72 SecondRound(Leading Scores) Billy Horschel 68-68 — 136 DanrelSummerhays 69-69 — 138 71-67 — 138 CharleyHoffman StevenBowditch 69-69—138 BrendondeJonge 70-69—139 Jim Furyk K.J. Choi RetiefGoosen

BenKohes Rory Mcffroy LeeJanzen Matt Bettencourt PeterTomasulo JasonGore

LPGA Tour Kraft NabiscoChampionship Friday At Mission Hills Country Club, DinahShore TournamentCourse Rancho Mirage, Calif. Purse: $2 million Yardage: 6,738; Par:72

(a-amateur) SecondRound(Leading Scores) 70-67 — 137 InbeePark 70-68 — 138 LizetteSalas CarolineHedwall 71-68 — 139 70-69—139 Giulia Sergas 68-72 — 140 Jodi EwartShadoff 70-70—140 HeeYoungPark 71-69 — 140 Pornanong Phatlum 72-69 141 Haeji Kang 69-72—141 AnnaNordqvist 72-69—141 Se RiPak 70-71 — 141 Jiyai Shin PaulaCreamer 74 68 142 72-70 — 142 KarineIcher 70-72 — 142 MoriyaJutanugarn 71-71 — 142 Cristie Kerr 70-72 —142 JessicaKorda 74-68 — 142 Ai Miyazato 72-70—142 HeeKyungSeo 72-70 — 142 MicheffeWie AmyYang 69-73 — 142

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FINAL FOUR Atlanta National Semifinals Saturday, April 6 Louisville(33-5)vs. WrchrtaState(30-8), 3:09p.m. Michigan(30-7) vs.Syracuse(30-9),5.49 p.m.

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Friday's Games x-Washington 6, Pepperdine 2 Utah 7,Washington State4 Arizona10,California 1 UCLA3,OregonState2 Stanlord 4,USC2 ArizonaState6, Oregon5(11) Today's Games Washington StateatUtah,11 a.m. x-WashingtonatPepperdine, 1p.m. OregonStateatUCLA, 2p.m. StanfordatUSC,2p.m. California atArizona,6p.m. Oregonat ArizonaSt., 6:30 p.m. x=nonconference

Overall

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22

7

23 5 19 7 15 9 16 14 17 8 16 12 19 11 11 18 13 13 8 19

GP W L OT PtsGF GA Chicago 36 2 7 5 4 58 122 80 D etroit 38 19 1 4 5 4 3 99 100 S t. Lours 3 6 2 0 1 4 2 4 2 105 98 C olumbus 3 8 1 6 1 5 7 3 9 91 101 N ashville 3 8 1 5 1 5 8 3 8 93 103 Northwest Division GP W L OT PtsGF GA V ancouver 37 2 0 11 6 4 6 98 93 M innesota 37 2 1 14 2 4 4 100 97 E dmonton 3 7 1 6 1 4 7 3 9 99 102 C algary 36 1 3 1 9 4 3 0 97 128 C oorado 3 7 1 2 2 0 5 2 9 89 117 Pacific Division GP W L OT PtsGF GA Anaheim 3 8 2 5 8 5 55 117 95 S an Jose 3 7 2 0 1 1 6 4 6 94 89 L os Angeles 37 21 13 3 4 5 107 91 P hoenix 37 1 6 1 5 6 3 8 101 104 Dallas 3 7 17 17 3 3 7 99 113

NOTE: Twopoints lor a win, onepoint for overtime loss. Friday's Games Pittsburgh2,N.Y.Rangers I, SO Buffalo 4,Ottawa2 St. Louis3,Columbus1 Detroit 3,Colorado2, OT Dallas 3,Anaheim1 SanJose2,Calgary1 Today'sGames PhiladelphiaatWinnipeg,noon Chicago atNashvile noon Edmonton at LosAngeles, I p.m. Bostonat Montreal, 4p.m. Torontoat NewJersey,4p.m. TampaBay at N.Y. Islanders, 4 p.m. N.Y.RangersatCarolina, 4 p.m. WashingtonatFiorida, 4:30 p.m. Co orado atPhoenix, 6p.m. CalgaryatVancouver,7 p.m.

TENNIS Professional Family Circle Cup Friday At The Family Circle TennisCenter Charleston, S.C. Purse: $795,707(Premier) Surface: GreenClay-Outdoor

Singles

Third Round VenusWiliams(5), United States,def. Varvara Lepchenko (12), UnitedStates,6-2, 4-6,6-2. Madison Keys, UnitedStates, def.Bethanie MattekSands,UnitedStates,7-6(4), 6-4. SerenaWiliams(1), UnitedStates,def. Mallory Burdette, UnitedStates,6-4, 6-2. Lucie Safarova (6), CzechRepublic, def.Sorana 0irstea(11), Romania, 6-3, 5-7,6-1. Quarterfinals VenusWiliams(5), UnitedStates,def. Madison Keys,UnitedStates,6-4 6-4. JelenaJankovic(9), Serbia,def.EugenieBouchard, Canada,6-2

Davis Cup World Group Quarterfinals (Best offive matches) UnitedStates1,Serbia 1 Italy 1,Canada1 France1,Argentina1 Czech Republic 2,Kazakhstan0

SOCCER MLS MAJOR LEAGUESOCCER AU TimesPDT

Friday's Games

SportingKansasCity 1, D.C.United 0

Saturday's Game

FC Dallas at TorontoFC,I p.m. Philadelphiaat Columbus,2p.m. RealSaltLakeat Colorado, 4:30p.m. HoustonatPortland, 7:30p.m. Vancouverat SanJose, 7.30p.m.

DEALS

HOCKEY NHL NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE AU TimesPDT

Men's college

At The GeorgiaDome

69-70 — 139 72-67 — 139 70-69 139 69-70—139 72-67—139 70-69—139 67-73 140 67-73 — 140 69-71 — 140

W 8 5 7 4 5 4

3 8 94 119 3 4 96 111 3 4 117 106 3 0 91 127

Western Conference Central Division

NCAA Tournament

UTAH (95)

AU TimesPDT

W innipeg 3 9 1 8 1 9 2 C arolina 36 1 6 1 8 2 T ampaBay 36 16 18 2 F lorida 37 12 1 9 6

Wom en's college

Hayward9-180-223, Milsap8-133-520, Jefferson7-110-014,M.Wiff iams3-82-28,Foye3-90-0 8, Favors5-80-010, Carroll 2-51-2 6,Burks1-2 0-0 3, Tinsley1-30-03. Totals 39-776-11 95. Newerleans 24 1 924 16 — 83 ufah 17 28 26 24 — 95

NCAATournament

Cavaliers 97, Celtics 91

SantaClara81,GeorgeMason73 Wednesday,April 3 George Mason73,SantaClara66 Friday, April 5 SantaClara80,GeorgeMason 77

76ers101, Hawks 90

ATLANTA (90) Stevenson1-20-0 2, Smith8-13 1-4 19,Hortord

Friday's Summaries

but he decided to stay following what was admittedly a stressful decision-making process. With a weight seemingly lifted from his shoulders, Burke returned thisseason looking a little stronger. His stats improved almost across the board — from 14.8 points per game to 18.8, 5.1 assists to 7.7, 35 percent 3-point shooting to 38 percent. Burke's contributions, of course, extend beyond numbers. Although he's only a sophomore, he's one of the leaders on a team that includes three freshman starters. "I really grew up last year," Burke said. "I played with two great seniors in Zack Novak and Stu Douglass. I was able to learn from them, learn certain leadership skills. Coming in to this year, I tried to be more ofthe voice out there — be the Zack Novak that this team needs. It is my job to stay poised." The Wolverines would not be in the Final Four without major contributions from freshmen Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas and Mitch McGary. Those newcomers have looked comfortable this season, in part because of Burke. "Being on the court with him, he sees a lot of things that other guards don't see and he knows when it's time to score or pass jt and finds easy drop-offs," McGary said. "That's why I've been playing so well in the tournament. It is purely off his play."

28 24 16 23 — 91

PHILADELPHIA (101) Turner9-153-4 24,TYoung6-9 2-4 14, Hawes 8-17 2-2 19, JrHoliday 3-143-6 9, Wilkins 5 84-4 16, Allen 1-22-2 4, Ju.Holiday2-6 0-0 4, Moultrie 0-0 0-0 0,N.Young2-7 2-2 B,lvey 1-20-03. Totals 37-80 18-24 101.

Friday's Games

Cleveland97,Boston 91 NewYork101, Milwaukee83 Philadelphia101,Atlanta90 Chicago 87, Orlando86 Toronto95, Minnesota93 Miami89,Charlotte79 Oklahoma City 97, Indiana75 Utah95,NewOrleans83 GoldenState111,Phoenix107 Daffas117,Sacramento108 L.A. Lakers86,Memphis 84 Houston116,Portland98 Today's Games Indiana atWashington, 4 p.m. Charlotteat Brooklyn,4:30p.m. Philadelphiaat Miami, 4:30p.m. Detroit atMinnesota,5p.m. Atlanta atSanAntonio, 5:30 p.m. TorontoatMilwaukee,5:30 p.m. HoustonatDenver, 6p.m

BOSTON (91)

Boston

Pittsburgh N.Y.Rangers N.Y.Islanders NewJersey Philadelphia

Montreal Boston Toronto Dttawa Buffalo Washington

Eastern Conference Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA 39 29 10 37 18 15 38 18 16 37 15 13 37 17 17

0 4 4 9 3

58 127 95 40 89 89 40 109 117 39 89 101 37 105 114

3 7 24 8 3 6 24 8 37 20 13 37 19 12 38 15 17

5 4 4 6 6

53 118 90 52 101 77 44 115 105 44 93 83 36 102 116

Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA 37 18 17 2

38 109 105

Wha haS the edge. Alookat tonjght's gamesjnthe FjnalFour: (91 WICHITA STATE(30-8) VS. (1)LOUISVILLE(33-5)

(4) MICHIGAN (30-7) VS. (41SYRACUSE(30-9)

Offense:There js not a more dynamic backcourt jn the country than Loujsvjlle's Russ Smith and peyton Siva. Sjva's vision and

Offense: Mjchjgan's shooters have the ability to

Smjth's spectacular, gutsy play make them a duo worth paying

to see. Smith averages18.9 points and Siva 5.8 assists. Center Gorguj Djeng's development has been critical. The Shockers

average about five points fewer scoring than Louisville and simply don't have the firepower to keep Up with the quick Cardinals. Advantage: Louisville. Defense:Both teams pride themselves on defense. Wichita State's physical style, dubbed "play angry," and Loujsvjlle's

overcomeSyracuse' szone.AndtheWolverineshave a lot of them. Four players average atleast11 points, led by point guard andnational player of the year Trey Burke's18.8 per game. The Wolverines are shooting 49.4 percent jn tournament play and 40.2 percent of their 3-pojnters, none bigger than Burke's to force

overtime against Kansas. TheWolverines average only 9.4 turnovers per game, fewest jn the nation. Advantage: Michigan.

famous press havehelped get the teams to the Final Four.The Shockers outreboundopponentsbyeightpergame.Nobody

Defense:TheOrange's 2-3 zone hasflustered teams

jn the tournament has survived Loujsvjlle's press, which has

shooting and only 58.6 points per game. On3pointers, opponents hjt only 28.2 percent. Their length produces 6.2 blocks per game.Michigan allows opponents to shoot 42.3 percent andaverage 62.9 points. Advantage: Syracuse.

produced anaverage of19 turnovers per gamethis season and 17.6 jn the tournament. Advantage: Louisville. Coaching:Wichita State's Gregg Marshall deserves credit for being a program builder. He helped make Winthrop into a perennial NCAA tournament team and has the Shockers jn the Final Four for the first time since1965. But Loujsvjlle's Rick pjtjno js a future Hall of Famer and understands competition at this stage. This js hjs seventh Final Four. Advantage: Louisville.

Intangidles:TheShockers obviously are out to make history and will be motivated as underdogs. But theCardinals are

for years. They limit opponents to 36.8 percent

Coaching: Through different paths, Mjchjgan's John Bejlej n and Syracuse'sJjm Boehejm have become tVVOOfthe natjOn'S beSt COaCheS.But BOehejm IS a mastermind. He's looking for hjs second NCAA tournament title after winning jn 2003. Advantage:

Syracuse.

playing for a greater cause. WjnForWare, anyone? Not only

Intangibles: Talking trash almost always backfjres.

would a championship cap astellar season, but they are competing for injured teammateKevin Ware,vvhohas returned

Syracuse players sounded alittle overly confident Friday as Michael Carter-Williams suggested the Orange haveaclearadvantage.TheW olverinesseem

home to Atlanta and will be on the sideline. Advantage: Louisville.

The pick:Louisville.

like the looser team. Advantage: Michigan. The pick:Michigan. — Chicago Tribune


SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

SPORTS ON THE AIR

PREP ROUNDUP

TODAY SOCCER Time Premier League,Reading vs. Southampton 4 :30 a.m. MLS, Salt Lake at Colorado MLS, Houston at Portland

4 :30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

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BASKETBALL Girls prep, National Invitational, final Boys prep, National Invitational, final

8 a.m. 10 a.m.

ESPN2 ESPN CBS CBS ESPN CBS

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10 a.m. Golf Channel Noon NBC 2 p.m. G o lf Channel

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10 a.m.

Speed

qualifying (taped)

2 p.m.

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qualifying (taped) TENNIS

5 p.m.

ESPN2

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10 a.m.

ESPN2

NHRA, Summitracing.com Nationals,

BASEBALL 10 a.m. 1 p.m.

MLB, Seattle at Chicago White Sox MLB, St. Louis at San Francisco

Root Fox 2 p.m. K ICE-AM 940 4 p.m. MLBN

College, OregonState at UCLA MLB, Kansas City at Philadelphia

SOFTBALL College, Arizona State at Stanford

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Wood Memorial, Santa Anita Derby

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Listings are themostaccurateavailable. The Bulletinis not responsible for latechangesmade by TVor radio stations.

SPORTS IN BRIEF BASEBALL

FOOTBALL

Ducks fall in extra innings Players comingout soon? — Arizona State freshmen

inning Friday night to give the

— Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker BrendonAyanbadejo says up to four NFLplayers may soon comeout as gay, ac-

Sun Devils a 6-5 victory over Oregon in Tempe, Ariz. Duckthird

cording to a published report. "I think it will happen sooner than

baseman Mitchell Tolmanwent

you think," Ayanbadejo told The

three for six with a triple and an

Baltimore Sun. "We're in talks

R.J. Ybarra hit a game-winning double in the bottom of the11th

RBI to lead Oregon's offense. with a handful of players who The Ducks trailed for most of the are considering it. There are up game before scoring four runs in to four players being talked to the top of the eighth inning to tie

right now and they're trying to

the contest 5-5. Oregon (22-7, 8-2 Pac-12) and ASU(18-8-1, 5-5) play again this evening at 6:30 p.m.

be organized so they cancome out on the same day together. It

wouldmake amajorsplashand take the pressure off one guy. It would be a monumental day

BeaVS lOSe in L.A.— Ryan if a handful or a few guys come Barnes posted two hits and

out."

DylanDavisdoubled home a run in the eighth inning, but

Oregon State's baseball team dropped a 3-2 decision to UCLA Friday night at Jackie Robinson

SOCCER Wamdachscores for U.S.

Stadium in Los Angeles. Davis

— Abby Wambachscored her

doubled home Barnes, who had his second single of the game in the eighth, but was left on second base to end the inning as

155th international goal, moving within three of tying Mia

the tying run. TheBeavers (235, 5-2 Pac-12) and Bruins (19-7, 7-3) play again today at 2 p.m.

Hamm's record, but the United States women wasted a late two-goal lead and tied Germany

3-3 in an exhibition Friday night in Offenbach, Germany.

MOTOR SPORTS Johnsonqualifies first

Gallinari tearS AGL — The

— JimmieJohnson won the

BASKETBALL Denver Nuggets will be without

pole position for Sunday's NAS- versatile forward Danilo GalCAR race at Martinsville (Va.) linari for the rest of the season Speedway with a track record. after tests Friday showed he Johnson made his fastest lap tore his left ACL against Dallas around the 0.526-mile oval at the previous night. The team 98.400 mph Friday. He broke the said an MRI showed no other track record of 98.083 mph held signs of ligament or meniscus

by Tony Stewart. Five other driv- damage, adding Gallinari will ers also eclipsed Stewart's mark have season-ending surgery on a cooling, later afternoon soon and "a prognosis for a surface, led by Marcos Ambrose full recovery is excellent." The at 98.364. He was followed by

Brian Vickers, Joey Logano, Kasey Kahneand Jeff Gordon.

Bend driver takes pole

24-year-old Italian forward averaged16.2 points, 5.2 rebounds

and 2.5 assists in 71 gamesthis season for Denver.

— Bend's Jon Fogarty extended his Grand-Am Rolex Sports

TENNIS

Car Series record to 25 poles in Friday's Porsche 250 qualifying

II.S., Serdia tied —Sam

at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala. For the sec-

Querrey helped the United States tie Serbia at1 in their

ond straight event this season,

Davis Cup quarterfinal with a

Fogarty waited until the final minute of the15-minute Day-

7-6 (1), 3-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 win over Viktor Troicki on Friday in Boise, Idaho. In the first match, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic took care of 23rd-ranked John Isner

tona Prototype session before clinching the pole. His No. 99 Corvette DP was clocked in a

C3

track-record lap of104.878 mph 7-6 (5), 6-2, 7-5 at the TacoBell (1 minute, 18.949 seconds). Arena in Boise, Idaho. A doubles

ummit irs 0 ro stovicto Bulletin staff report REDMOND — Summit may not have boasted the field's top performer, but t hree Storm golfers placed in the top 10 to lead Summit to a first-place finish as a team at the Ridgeview Invitational girls golf tournament at the Ridge Course at Eagle Crest on Friday. Madison Odiorne led the way for the Storm with a 3over-par 75 t o t ak e f ourth overall in the 58-player field, as Summit topped the nineteam standings with a score of 330.The Storm bested second-place Crescent V a lley

SOFTBALL Sisters 3, Elmira 0:ELMIRA — Cassidy Edwards struck out 14 and allowed just one hit in the Outlaws' Sky-Em League victory over the Falcons. Sisters (8-2 overall, 2-1 Sky-Em) took a 2-0 lead in the first inning after Harley Rowe knocked in a run and Taylor Nieriscored on a passed ball. Maddie Edwards made it 30 in the fourth with an RBI

eight over five innings. Sisters led 2-1 after 3'/2 innings but scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth and added five more in the bottom of the fifth to break open the game. Ben Larson was t h ree for three with an RBI to lead the Outlaw offense. Larson has gone six for six in his past six at-bats. Morgan added a twofor-three performance that included a double, and Jardon single. Weems contributed two hits Sweet Home 10, La Pine and an RBI. 0: LA PINE — Th e i njurySweet Home 13, La Pine 3: plagued Hawks lost in a Sky- SWEET HOME — The host Em League game thatended Huskies scored in every in(352). Sarah Heinly finished after five innings. Freshman ning to claim a rain-soaked sixth with an 80, and Megan Brenna Carpenter pitched well Sky-Em League win viathe Mitchell recorded an 84 to tie in defeat, striking out three 10-run rule. La Pine (2-11 overfor ninth. while allowing eight hits and all, 1-2 Sky-Em) was limited to West Albany's Kalyn Thay- three walks. La Pine (6-8, 0-2 one hit, a fourth-inning single er shot a 2-under 70 to take Sky-Em) managed just one hit, by Lee Ries. medalist honors. a single by Shyann Michael in Ridgeview splits with Eagle Bend High, which finished the first inning. Point: REDMOND — T y ler in fifth place as a team with Regis 6, Culver 3: CULVER Ross was the winning pitcher a mark of 382, saw Heidi FroSara McKinney took the and had two hits for Ridgeview elich snag a spot in the top loss despite striking out 12 (6-3) in the Ravens' 3-1 victory 10 with an 84. Madeline Rice Regis hitters. The Bulldogs in the second game of a nonchipped in by shooting an 87. trailed 5-0 after three innings league home doubleheader. A Caitlyn Dalton's 99 paced and never led in the Special squeeze bunt by GarrettDeCrook County, which t ook District 3 c o n test. A s hley Wolf highlighted a three-run seventh with a score of 440, Wilda shined at the plate for sixth inning that made a winand Emily R o undtree (88) Culver, recording a single, a ner of Ross, who allowed two and Cayla Lussier (90) led the double and one run batted in. hitsand struck out seven over way for Redmond High, which McKinney added two hits as five innings. The Eagles took rounded out the team stand- well, one of which was a dou- the opener 10-8 despite three ings at 473. ble. The Bulldogs (2-11 overall, hits apiece by Mitch SpringOther top performers from 1-2 SD3) scored all three of er, Dakota Schaumburg and Central Oregon high schools their runs in the fifth inning. Kahl Malott. were Madras' Lauren SimBASEBALL BOYS GOLF mons (94), Trinity L u t herSisters 10, Elmira 1: SISRodby claims top honors: an's Victoria S ample (95), TERS — The Outlaws cruised REDMOND Redmond Ridgeview's Tianna B r own again inSky-Em League play High's Mason Rodby shot a (105) and Mountain View's El- and improved to 3-0 in league 37 on the back nine of Junilen Nopp (107). and 10-2 overall. Joey Morgan per Golf Club to finish with a Also on Friday: earned the win, striking out 5-over-par 77, besting Sum-

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(3-2). Nase also had two assists for Bend, as did Geoff Mouser.

GOLF ROUNDUP

Trail Blazers nomatchfor Rockets in116-98 defeat The Associated Press PORTLAND — James Harden had 33 points and the short-handed Houston Rockets edged closer to clinching a playoff spot with a 116-98 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night. Jeremy Lin added 22 points to help the Rockets to their fourth straight victory. Houston (43-33) remained in seventh place in the Western Conference — threegames in front ofthe Los Angeles Lakers — for their first playoff appearance since 2008-09. LaMarcus Aldridge returned from an ankle injury with 32 points and D rebounds for the Blazers (33-43), who matched their season-worst slide with a seventh straight loss. Aldridge appeared healthy after missing four games because of a right ankle sprain. The Rockets were without forward Chandler Parsons because of a right calf injury he sustained late in Houston's 112-102 victory over the Sacramento Kings on W ednesday night. Houston was also without Carlos Delfino because of the flu. Harden had 17 points in the first quarter.Hisjumper gave the Rockets a 27-22 lead but the Blazers stayed close, paced by Aldridge's 14 points and six rebounds in the period. Houston took off on an 11-0 run to go up 44-33 on Donatas Motiejunas' layup and extended it to 59-40 on Harden's layup with 3:40 left in the half. Portland responded with a 14-1 run to narrow the gap to 60-54 and wound up trailing by 63-56 at the half. Aldridge led all scorers with 24 points and 10 rebounds at the break. Francisco Garcia's dunk made it 8962 for the Rockets midway through the third quarter.Harden's short jumper pushed the lead to 110-90 with 5:35 left, and Portland fans started streaming for the exits. Rockets rookie Terrence Jones made hisfirstappearance as a pro in his native Portland, playing for 14 minutes. Jones led Jefferson High School to three straight Oregon state titles before going to Kentucky.

mit's T.K. Wasserman by one stroke to finish first overall. The Storm took top team honors, however, with a score of 321. Redmond was second with a 339. Jimi Seeley highlighted the day for Ridgeview by shooting an 80, Kody Kuk paced Crook County with an 84, and Mason Krieger led Mountain View with an 88. TRACK AND FIELD Lopez l e ad s Co w boys to second place: V ALEAlonzo Lopez won the 400meter run and ran the anchor leg of the winning 400-meter relay squad, as Crook County finished second as a team with 103'/4points at the Oregon Trail Invitational at Frank Hawley Stadium. Idaho's Weiser High won with 105'/2 points. Luis Rivera took first in the 800, and Chance Sutfin did the same in the discus. For the girls, it was McKenzie Zirbel leading the way for Crook County with a win in the 100-meter dash while running the first leg of the winning 400 relay team. The Cowgirls finished fourth as a team with 85 points. La Grande won with 105. BOYS LACROSSE Bend 14, Sheldon 1: Cade Hinderlider scored six goals to lead Bend High to the home victory over the I rish from Eugene at Hal Puddy Field. James Rockett scored three goals, Brandon F i tzpatrick scored two, and Daniel Nase, Jake Miller and Eli Pite added one apiece for the Lava Bears

Also on Friday: Knicks 101, Bucks 83: NEW YORK — Carmelo Anthony scored 41 points, tying a franchise record with this third straight 40-point game, and New York beat Milwaukee for its 11th straight victory. Thunder 97, Pacers 75: INDIANAPOLIS — Kevin Durant overcame a bruised left calf to score 34 points and Russell Westbrook added 24 points, leading Oklahoma City over Indiana. Heat 89, Bobcats 79: CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Mike Miller scored a seasonhigh 26 points on seven 3-pointers, and injury-depleted Miami beat Charlotte. Warriors 111, Suns 107: PHOENIX — Stephen Curry scored 18 points and matched his career high with 15 assists, sinking two late free throws to seal Golden State's victory over Phoenix. Lakers 86, Grizzlies 84: LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant had 24 points and nine assists, Pau Gasol added 19 points, and Los Angeles stayed in the final playoff position in the Western Conference with a victory over Memphis. Cavaliers 97, Celtics 91: BOSTON — Tristan Thompson had career highs with 29 points and 17 rebounds and Cleveland ended a 10-game skid. Raptors 95, Timberwolves 93: MINNEAPOLIS — Rudy Gay had26 points and five rebounds to lead Toronto to a rare road victory in the Western Conference. Bulls 87, Magic 86:CHICAGO — Nate Robinson scored 12 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter, Luol Deng finished with 19 after a slow start, and Chicago beat Orlando. 76ers 101, Hawks 90: ATLANTA — Evan Turner had 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Philadelphia opened with its highest-scoring quarter of the season to beat Atlanta. Mavericks 117, Kings 108: SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Shawn Marion had 25 points and 12 rebounds, and Dallas snapped a two-game losing streak with a victoryover Sacramento. Jazz 95, Hornets 83: SALT LAKE CITY — Gordon Hayward scored 23 points and Utah beat New Orleans.

Park shoots 67, leads I(raft Nabisco The Associated Press RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. — Inbee Park took the second-round lead Friday in the Kraft Nabisco Championship, making three birdies in a row early on the back nine and rebounding from a wind-blown bogey with four straight pars. Finishing in gusty conditions on another hot afternoon at Mission Hills, the 24-yearold South Korean player shot a 5-under 67 to reach 7 under. "Obviously, putted really good out there, especially on the back nine," Park said. "The wind picked up, so it was tough out there on the back nine. Last four holes, I made all pars. I'm really happy with that." American Lizette Salas was a stroke back after a 68, and Sweden's Carolina Hedwall and Italy's Giulia Sergas followed at 5 under. Hedwall shot 68, and Sergas had a 69. Park is seeking her second major title after winning the 2008 U.S. Women's Open Championship. She won the LPGA Thailand in February for her fourth LPGA Tour victory when 17-year-old Ariya Jutanugarn closed with a triple bogey to blow a two-stroke lead. "I just like to stay a little quiet and just do my own thing," Park said. "If I win a little more, I think I'll get a little bit more attention." Park hit a sand wedge from 70 yards to 2 feet for birdie on the par-5 11th to take the lead at 5 under, then hit 9-iron approaches to 7 feet on the next two holes to set up two more birdies. The wind pushed her tee shot on the par-3 14th into the left bunker, leading to her lone bogey of the day, and she avoided further trouble on the final four holes. "We were playing about a club and a half of a breeze there and it was getting tough," Park said. "I'm just happy that I have a chance on the weekend that I can win." Also on Friday: Mcllroy charges:SAN ANTONIO — Rory McIlroy matched the low round of the day with a 5-under par 67 and moved within three shots of the lead at the Texas Open, continuing his last-minute preparations for next week's Masters. Mcllroy is three shots back of leader Billy Horschel, who birdied his last two holes to post his second straight 4under 68. Three players are two shots back at 6 under. Thursday's co-leaders, Matt Bettencourt and Peter Tomasulo, each shot 1-over 73s and fell four shots off the lead.

match is slated for today before

Sunday's reverse singles.

BASEBALL Wrigley renovation? — Fans of the lovable los-

Williams sisters win

— Top-ranked SerenaWilliams ended a long andsuccessful

Jokinen leads Penguinspast Rangers2-1 in shootout

ers have something to look forward to, after all. The city

day for the Williams family as

she and sister Venus both won

The Associated Press

of Chicago and the Ricketts family that owns the Chicago

twice Friday to reach the Family Circle Cup semifinals and set

Cubs are close to agreement

up their first sibling showdown

on a $500 million overhaul of Wrigley Field, two people with

since 2009. Serena won her 13th straight match by defeating

knowledge of the negotiations

sixth-seeded Lucie Safarova,

said Friday. The agreement is expected to include $300 million

6-4, 6-1. Venus also had double duty, rallying past Varvara

in renovations at Wrigley, more

Lepchenko in three sets before

night games, a parking lot and a $200 million hotel nearby, the

ousting 18-year-old Madison

PITTSBURGH — Newly acquired forward JussiJokinen scored a goal in regulation in his Penguins debut and then a dded the only tally i n t h e shootout as Pittsburgh edged the New York Rangers 2-1 on Friday night. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 34 shots and then stopped Rick Nash, Mats Zuccarello and Ryan Callahan in the shootout

people said.

Keys. — From wire reports

Stars 3, Ducks 1: A N A HEIM, Calif. — Alex Chiasson scored his first NHL goal and as Pittsburgh snapped a twoLane MacDermid netted his game losing streak following a game to lead suddenly surging second intwo games since be15-game winning run. St. Louis over Columbus. ing promoted from the minors Also on Friday: Red Wings 3, Avalanche 2: for Dallas in a victory over Sabres 4, Senators 2: BUF- DENVER — Pavel Datsyuk Anaheim. FALO, N.Y. — Brian Flynn knocked in a rebound at 4:45 Sharks 2, Flames 1: SAN and Jochen H echt s c ored of overtime, and Detroit beat JOSE, Calif. — Joe Pavelski third-period goals 12 seconds Colorado to hold onto sev- scored on a rebound with 2:06 apart, and Buffalo rallied to enth place in t h e W estern remaining to give San Jose its beat Ottawa. Conference. seventh straight victory.

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Blues 3, Blue Jackets 1: ST. LOUIS — Jake Allen made 26 saves, and David Backes scoredfor the second straight


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Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Minnesota Texas Oakland Seattle Houston

Los Angeles

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Friday's Games Detroit 8,N.Y.Yankees3 Texas 3, L.A.Angels2 Baltimore 9, Minnesota5 Kansas City13, Philadelphia4 Boston 6, Toronto4 Tampa Bay4, Cleveland0 Oakland 8, Houston3 Seattle 8,ChicagoWhite Sox7,10 innings

Today's Games Boston (Lackey 0-0) at Toronto(Happ0-0), 10:07 a.m. Seattle(FHernandez1-0) at ChicagoWhite Sox(Axelrod 0-0),10:10a.m L.A. Ange s(Hanson0-0) at Texas (M.Harrison 0-1), I:05 p.m. N.Y.Yankees(Hughes0-0) at Detroit(Scherzer 0-0), 1:05 p.m. KansasCity (Mendoza0-0) at Philadelphia(Lannan 0-0), 4:05p.m. Minnesota(Worley 0-1) at Baltimore(Tilman0-0), 4.05 p.m. Cleveland (Bauer0-0) atTampaBay(Cobb0-0), 4:10 p.m. Oakland (Colon0-0) at Houston(B.Norris 1-0),4:10 p.m. Sunday's Games N.Y.Yankeesat Detroit, 10:05a.m. Bostonat Toronto,10:07am. KansasCity atPhrladelphia,10:35 a.m. Minnesotaat Baltimore,10:35a.m. ClevelandatTampaBay,10:40 a.m. Oakland atHouston,11:10 a.m. SeattleatChicagoWhite Sox,1110am. L.A. AngelsatTexas,5:05 p.m. NATIONALLEAGUE

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Atlanta4, ChicagoCubs1 Arizona3,Milwaukee1 L.A. Dodgers 3, Pittsburgh0 Today's Games Miami (Nolasco 0-1) at N.Y.Mets(Niese1-0), 10:10

a.m.

Washington(Detwiler0-0) at Cincinnati (Leake0-0), 10:10a.m. St. Louis (Miller 0-0) atSanFrancisco (Vogelsong 0-0), 1:05 p.m. KansasCity (Mendoza0-0) at Philadelphia(Lannan 0-0), 4:05p.m. Arizona (Corbin 0-0) at Milwaukee(Fiers 0-0), 4:10 p.m. ChicagoCubs(Vilanueva0-0) at Atlanta(Teheran00), 410p.m San Diego(TRoss0-0) at Colorado(Garland0-0), 5:10 p.m. Pittsburgh(A.Burnett 0-1) at L.A.Dodgers(Kershaw 1-0), 6:10p.m. Sunday'sGames Miami atN.Y.Mets, 10:10a.m. Washington at Cincinnati,10:10 a.m. Chicago CubsatAtlanta,10:35 a.m. Kansas CityatPhiladelphia,10:35a.m. ArizonaatMilwaukee,11:10p.m. St. LouisatSanFrancisco,1:05 p.m. PittsburghatL.A.Dodgers,1:10 p.m. SanDiegoatColorado,1.10 p.m.

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Mariners 8, White Sox7 (10 innings) CHICAGO — Kendrys Morales hit a tiebreaking double in the 10th inning and Jesus Montero tacked

on a run-scoring single, leading Seattle past Chicago. Seattle

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FFIV Close:$73.21 V-17.21 or -19.0% The networking equipment company said that its second-quarter net income and revenue will fall short of its expectations. $120

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BRIEFING

Mt. Bachelor gets final approval Withno appeals filed, Mt. Bachelor ski area can start building new ski

runs, chairlifts, azip line and other elements of its

10-year expansion plan on Monday. Deschutes National

Forest Supervisor John Allen approvedthe plans in February. But the decision was subject to a 45-

day appealperiod, which ended this week.

On Fridayafternoon, Jean Nelson-Dean,public affairs officer for the Deschutes National For-

est, announcedthat no appeals werefiled. While the appeal

period officiallyended Monday, she said, the Forest Service wanted to

e ai cener ans ie i n • Developers say they will pull their proposal, however By Elon Glucklich The Bulletin

Eugene-based Pape Group has looked into developing 120,000 square feet of retail space near the Cascade Village Shopping Center on the north side of Bend, according to documents filed with the city of Bend. But real estate agent Ken Streater, who filed the preapplication document, said Friday morning that there are no immediate plans to develop, and he intended to

withdraw the application. The Pape project would be the second major preliminary retail proposal for the area that's surfaced in the lastthree years. Boise-based White-Leasure Development Co. submitted plans in 2011 to develop 53 acres on Robal Road near U.S. Highway 20. That project hasn't moved forward, although the company still lists the property in an online brochure. A company official didn't return a phone call seeking comment

Friday. Streater, a broker with The Aris Group, filed a pre-application meeting request with the city Thursday to discuss the project on about 12.5

acres of land owned by the Pape family, which also runs a construction and machinery business headquartered in Eugene. The Pape property is on the east side of U.S. Highway 97, north of Robal Road. The family has owned about 10 acres of land there since the early 1990s, and acquired the other 2.5 acres in a property trade in 2000, Deschutes County property records show. Streater's meeting request outlined questions the developers hoped to address related to a "retail development with six different buildings totaling approximately 120,000 square feet," the

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document states. But Streater, reached Friday morning, said the filing of therequest was premature.

en "We're going to pull the application," he said. "We want to sort of re-circle the wagons." Senior Planner Aaron Henson said late Friday afternoon that developers withdrew the application. Any large retail proposal east of the Cascade Village

Shopping Center would face several planning challenges, Henson said. The Pape land is currently zoned industrial, so it would need a zoning change to commercial use, and developers would have to address traffic congestion issues if they eventually decided to move forward. — Reporter: 541-617-7820 egfucklichC<bendbulletin.com

be sure nolast-minute appeals hadbeensent by U.S. mail.

Hiring tapers off in March, again

Mt. Bachelor is developing construction plans, with details expected to

be releasedwithin two weeks, according to a news releasefrom the ski area. However, documents previouslyfiled with the

Forest Service showMt. Bachelor plans to build a

new expresschairliftand trails on theski area's east side. It plans to modify existing lifts and

add newsummer features, such as azip-line course, rockclimbing structure anddownhill mountain bike park.

State economy ticks up Oregon's economy improved slightly in

February, according to an index ofeconomic

Toni Fox, owner of the 3-D Denver's Discreet Dispensary, stands in the establishment's

grow room in Denver, Colo. Venture capitalists are trying to figure out how to capitalize on the marijuana market now that it's increasingly legalized. Genaro Moline/ Los Angeles Times file photo

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indicators released by

the University of Oregon this week.

Solid gains in construction employment drove much of the gain,

according to thereport. The OregonMeasureof Economic Activity rose to 0.79 in February. A

rate of "zero" in themeasure representsaverage monthly growth.

The three-month average growth ratewas 0.35, showing evidence

of some sustained recovery. The report noted

upticks in residential building permit activity and a slightdecline inthe

number of initial unemployment claims for Feb-

ruary, though consumer sentiment wasslightly lower than in January. — From staff reports

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR TODAY Community Associations Institute-Central Oregon Regional Council board of directors boot camp: CAI-CORC seminar about board memberduties; CAICORCprovides educational opportunities throughout the yearfor homeowner associations volunteers and managers; registration required, includesbreakfast and lunch; $40,$35 members; 8:15a.m.-3 p.m.; The Oxford Hotel,10 N.W. Minnesota Ave.,Bend; 541-382-8436 or www. caioregon.org. MONDAY RedmondDowntown Urban Renewal Advisory Committee: Free;5-7:30 p.m.; RedmondCity Hall, 716 S.W.EvergreenAve.; 54 I -923-7710. TUESDAY Medical billing procedures information meeting: Informational meeting about Central OregonCommunity College's six-weekmedical billing procedurescourse; located atCOCC'sChandler Building, Room301, 1027 N.W.Trenton Ave.; registration recommended; free; 6-7:30 p.m.;COCC, 2600N.W.CollegeWay, Bend; 541-383-7270. For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday's Bulletin or visit bendbulletin.comlbizcal

a r e e sni sou o o r un i i n m ari uana "We can scale this thing v ery, ver y q u i ckly," s a i d BELVIDERE, N.J.— Amid V andeVrede, clad i n b l u e the whir of fans and the glow jeans and a pumpkin-colored of soft white light, workers sweater as he surveyed his tended to bright green seed- indoor fields of produce and l ings sprouting in a g i a nt flowers. "When hemp and greenhouse. cannabis become legal, we're Located about an h our's ready to rock and roll." drive from Manhattan in the To do it, Terra Tech needs hills of n o rthwestern New to raise $2 million. And like Jersey, the facility produces a number ofsmall businesses basil, chives, oregano and in the burgeoning U.S. canother herbs that are sold in nabis industry, it's trying to grocery stores around New enlist Wall Street's help. BusiYork City. ness owners have been pitchBut if Ken VandeVrede has ing their ideas to potential inhis way, the facility will one vestors, coming to New York day be growing a much more in some cases to meet with valuable plant: marijuana. would-be financiers. VandeVrede is chief operWall Street has good reaating officer at Terra Tech, a son to smell potential profits. hydroponic equipment maker Washington, D.C., and 18 based in Irvine, Calif. The states have already legalized small company wants to dou- medical marijuana; there are ble the five-acre New Jersey formal measures pending in greenhouse operation. The 10 additional states, accordaim is one day to supply the ing to the National Cannabis exploding U.S. medical mari- Industry Association. juana trade and to prepare Colorado and Washington in the event that recreational legalized recreational marimarijuana ever becomes le- juana use in November. In gal nationwide. addition, a measure allowing By Andrew Tangel

Los Angeles Times

"adult use" of pot has been proposed in M aryland, according to the association's tally. Various bills to legalize marijuana and hemp have

been proposed in Congress too. A lthough p o t rem a i n s contraband u nder f e deral law, some entrepreneurs see marijuana heading down the same path a s P r ohibition, which banned the manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol from 1920 until it was repealed in 1933. "More and m ore people see the i nevitability," said Brendan Kennedy, chief executive of the Seattle private equity firm Privateer Holdings, which targets cannabisfocused startups. Privateer is raising $7 million to acquire small companies that have a hand in the trade but don't grow or distribute marijuana. Its first acquisition: Leafly, a Yelp-style online rating site in Seattle for dispensaries and varying strains of marijuana. With po t s t il l f e d erally

outlawed, others are making similar bets — funding firms that supply equipment or ancillary services while steering clear of marijuana farming and sales. Take Lazarus Investment Partners, a $60 million hedge fund in Denver, for example. One of Lazarus' investments is in AeroGrow International Inc., a maker of hydroponic kitchen appliances geared toward growing herbs, lettuce and tomatoes. L azarus, w h i c h ow n s 15 percent of A e r oGrow's shares, has suggested that the company tweak its products to accommodate taller plants, including m a r ijuana, s a id Justin Borus, the fund's man-

aging partner. "We want to be selling the bluejeans to the gold miners," Borus said. "We don't want to take a bet on which state is going to get legalized and which dispensary is going to succeed, or (which) cannabis

growers are going to be successful. We want to just make a bet on overall legalization."

It looks as if the "spring swoon" is back. U.S. employers increased their payrolls by 88,000 last month,compared with 268,000 in February, according to a Labor Departmentreportreleased Friday. It was the slowest pace of growth since last June, and less than half of what economistshad expected. It also was the start of a third consecutive spring in which employers have tapered off their hiring, even after the Labor Department adjusted the numbers for the usual seasonal changes. Slowdowns in the previous two years could be attributed to flare-ups in the European debt crisis, but this time the cause is unclear. The recent payroll tax increase or political gridlock in Washington could be to blame for the sudden slowdown, but neither seems to be showing up much in other relevant economic data. "I'm at a bit of loss as to how to explain it," said Paul Dales, senior U.S. economist at Capital Economics. "Even if this is the start of another springtime-summertime slowdown, we're hoping it'll be a bit more modest than it was in previous years, because the housing market is doing very welL" The unemployment rate, which comes from a different survey, ticked down to 7.6 percentinMarch, from 7.7 percent, but for an unwelcome reason: M ore people dropped out ofthe laborforce,rather than more

gotjobs. The labor force participation rate has not been this low — 63.3 percent — since 1979, a time when women were less likely to be working. Baby boomer retirements may account for part of the slide, but discouragement about job prospectsin a m ediocre economy still seems to be playing a large role, economists say.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • Lisa Hartwith John L. Scott Redmondwasthetopsales agent for the month of March • Paul carter with John L. Scott Redmond was the top listing agent for the month of March • Alison Perry has recently joined Central OregonVeterans Outreach asexecutive director. Perry Is a licensed professional counselor, andhasworkedfor the Department of Veterans Affairefor sixyears. Shehas worked threeyears at the Bend VeteransAffairs Clinic. She is the sister, aunt and granddaughter of military veterans. • Attorney Debbie Garcia

has worked in the mortgage industry for 16 years. • Auto Rehab has hired Simon f~ I~ i lI~ Thomas as office manager. Thomas has held similar Hart Carter Perry G arcia Hepburn Slavensky Johnson Bailey H a u n Thomas positions at other automotive facilities In Bend. He currently serves as secretary/treasurer has joined Bryant, Lovlien County Bar Association, property purchase and sale Technologies, of Bend. and Jarvis as the Iirm's and the Association of Legal agreements, construction • Leanne Johnson of Coldwell forthe BNI Cascade Business Alliance chapter. administrator. Garcia was Administrators. agreements, and employment Banker Mayfield Realty was formerly the product litigation • Heather Hepburn has joined agreements. She currently • U.S. Bank haspromoted named top selling agent for manager for Jeld-Wen lnc. serves as a board member Kim Mikkelson to branch Bryant, Lovlien and Jarvis the month of March. She received her law degree for the Bend Chamber manager ofItsCascadeLakes as an attorney. Hepburn is • Larry Bailey of Coldwell from the University ofthe of Commerce and for an experienced attorney who office In Bend. Mikkelson Banker Mayfield Realty was Pacific, McGeorge School Opportunity Knocks. will focus on business, real named top listing agent for the previously served as the sales of Law, and her MBA from and service manager of the estate and employment law. • Dave Slavensky has month of March. Marylhurst University. office. In her new position, She specializes In preparing joined Energy Trust of • Brad Haon has joined Garcia is a member of the and negotiating asset sale Oregon's board of directors. Mikkelson will be responsible Evergreen Home Loans in Oregon State Bar, Cascade for managing daily branch and stock sale agreements, Slavensky is chief operating Bend as a loan officer. Haun Women Lawyers, Deschutes activities and operations. commercial leases, real officer for Structus Building s..


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JULIE JOHNSON

Fundraiser helps girl with cancer A fundraiser tonight

No right to kid-free existence remember the first time I traveled by plane with an infant. I flewto Montana with a 6-month-old and I was full of worries: Would the descent and changein airpressure hurt the baby's sensitive inner ears? Did I have enough bottles of milk for the journey'? How would I manage a diaper change in the tiny airplane lavatory? It wasn't until four passengers seatednearby asked to be relocated to baby-free areas of the plane that I became aware of what the childaverse seemed to think should have been my primary concern: Would my infant annoy other passengers? As it turns out, the baby slept the entire flight. Didn't make a peep. But if he had, should I have been wracked with guilt over my baby's vocalizations? Should I have been abjectly apologetic that my infant did what all humans did at one point in their lives'? More recently, several friends have planned travel with babies or toddlers and expressed concern not about managing the needs of little kids during long hours of travel, or the potential discomfort of their babies in the pressurized cabin, but about how their fellow passengers would react to havinga baby on the plane.They feared the scorn of other adults exposed to a potentially crying baby. Why? Allow a few Internet comments to shed some light on the subject: A February incident in which an Idaho man was accused of slapping

will support Redmond resident Avrey Walker, a 9-year-old girl battling

leukemia. The Avrey Walker Benefit Dinner & Auction will

take placefrom 6to11 p.m.atthe Coyote Ranch Steakhouse, 1368 S. U.S.

Highway 97,Redmond.

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another passenger's crying 19month-old son on a flight to Atlanta generated the following comment on a news website: "I wish I had the backbone to slap a crying kid on a flight. I pay money for my ticket. I expect a pleasant flight." Elsewhere on the Internet, a man's YouTube rant against babies on airplanes generated comments that

suggested a baby-disposal tube for airplanes that would dispatch crying kids to the outside of the plane, or that babies be fitted with gags to prevent them from making any sound at alL In the real, non-hyperbolic world, we'veallheard people who have complained about being forced to endure the presence of infants in airplanes, children in restaurants, kids on buses. And who can forget the squabble several years ago between a Bend restaurant owner and local moms at odds over whether it was appropriate to bring kids into a restaurant? I have friends who are afraid of doing that, too. They fear dirty looks from servers if they dare bring their kids to dine out. They fear eye rolls from other customers. They fear the judgment of everyone should their baby let out a squall, should their toddler make a mess, should their kid throw a fit. I get it. Really, I do. Hearingbabies cry isn't pleasant. Sometimes kids are annoying. And there are appropriate and inappropriate places to bring your young kids. Inappropriate: A romantic fine-dining restaurant after 7 p.m. Appropriate: Red Robin, anytime. There is appropriate and inappropriate behavior by children in restaurants and other public spaces. Good parents know the difference and teach their kids the difference, too (a lesson, might I suggest, that is difficult to teach if parents are expected to never burden the general traveling or dining public with exposure to their children). But even if kids behave less than perfectly in public, or cry on airplanes, the compassionate response (assuming the parents are at least trying to do something about it) is tolerance. Why? Because we are humans. Childhood is a necessary and unavoidable point in the lifespan of a human being, and part of oursocialcompact as a species is to accept and nurture the young (who, incidentally, will eventually be

The evening will feature

dinner, music anddancing, and alive andsilent auction. Atrip to Mexico will also be awarded dur-

ing the evening. Tickets cost $45 in

advance or$55 at the door. Theyareavailable Worthy Brewing brewmaster Chad Kennedy holds some Meridian hops in the brewery's walk-in cooler.

— Julie Johnson is the features editor at The Bulletin. 541-383-0308, jj ohnson@bendbulletin.com

in Redmond orthrough the contacts below. Contact:

angjordison©gmail.com or 541-350-9307.

Concerts return with Ked' Mo' The Sisters Starry Nights benefit concert

series will return May18 with a show by blues-

pop veteran Keb'Mo' at Sisters High School. Mo', a three-time

Grammy winner, will play a solo acoustic set to kick off the15th

season of Starry Nights, whichhas raisedmore than $1 million in net

• Bend's Worthy BrewingCo.gets bold with hops — bygrowing its own

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crisp, lemon-like aroma filled a large storage refrigerator at Worthy Brewing Co.'s east Bend production facility when brewmaster Chad Kennedy opened a foil bag of Meridian hops and started running his fingers through their light green cones. "Hops aren't a big beer ingredient in terms of their weight," said Kennedy, who compared the types of hops he uses to make Worthy Brewing'ssignature beers to the typesofherbs and spices chefs use when preparing their food. "But in terms of their flavor they can have a pretty big impact." On Friday, Worthy Brewing took a huge leap forward in its relationship with hops — one of the four key ingredients used to make beer — when it dedicated its new quarter-acre hops yard adjacent to its brewery. There, Oregon State University researchers will grow the next generation of hops. Though it won't be ready to be put in craft beers for several years, researchers say these new hop varieties could be tailored to excel in Central Oregon's climate and could fill a much-needed gap in the state's craft brewing industry — organic hops. "My niche is to develop aroma hops that are suitable for Oregon growers," said Sean Townsend, who works with OSU's aroma hops breeding program in Corvallis and will supervise the research done at Worthy's hops yard. "And I'd very much like to lower the environmental footprint in agriculture." See Hops /D5

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I met him once. Rather, I ambushed him. It was in the thin air of Telluride, Colo., for the film festival, in 2004. He had just finished a conversation with New Line executive Bob Shaye and came out of the clock tower on West Colorado Avenue. He was small in person, his face gaunt from skirmishes with cancer.

Gallery (541-549-4994) in Sisters and at www.

John Prine tickets on sale now Popular country/folk

singer-songwriter John Prine will perform at the Athletic Club of Bend

on June 26 aspart of the 2013 PeakSummer Nights concert series. Tickets for the show

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ABOVE: Worthy Brewing brewmaster Chad Kennedy stands next to a poster showing the different types of hops used to make beer at his brewery's production facility. The brewery has installed a quarter-acre hops yard adjacent to its building, where Oregon State University researchers will grow the next generation.

are on salenow. General admission costs $38at Newport Market (541-

382-3940) in Bendand tickets for dinner and the

concert are available for $78 at the athletic club

(541-385-3062l.

Americanaartist Carrie

Rodriguezwill open the outdoor show. Start time will be 6:30 p.m., with

doors opening at 6p.m. Contact:

LEFT: Dustin Keller, Worthy Brewing's head brewer, works in the Bend facility.

www.c3events.com.

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emergency services

Rob Kerr

managerforthe Deschutes County Sheriff's Office, will discuss the potential for a large earthquake off the Dr-

Earthquake effect subject of talk Don Webber, the

The Bulletin

egon Coast. The event, "Cascadia: The Earthquakein Your

Future?," is sponsored

by Dsher Lifelong Learning lnstitute of the University of Oregon and will take place at

2 p.m. Tuesday,April 30 at the Bend Senior Center. Webber will talk about how an earthquake might affect Central Oregon and how

E erttau tusto ovemovies, ie The Washington Post

ters schools since 1997. Reserved tickets start at $35 and will be available beginning Monday at Clearwater

541-549-8521, ext. 4007.

AN APPRECIATION

By Dan Zak

proceeds for programs and equipment at Sis-

sistersstarrynights.org. To learn more, phone

paying for your Social Security).

You, airplane complainer, restaurant eye-roller, don't have the right to a child-free existence. Even if you choose not to have children, you can't expect to live a life free from exposure to kids. The job of a parent is hard enough without having to feel bad for the mere existence of their children in public places.

at Coyote Ranch, John Tuck Elementary School

I approached him, joined him in his quarter-mile walk to his lodgings, and spilled it. I love movies because of you, Roger. Or, rather, I understand the movies and myself well enough to call it love. Because of you. What has been your favorite of the festival'? Where are you off to next? Toronto?

(Can I come too?)

I don't remember a single answer. Probably because I did all the talking. We parted ways after a few minutes — me embarrassed, he to file a dispatch to Chicago. Looking back now, after his death at 70, I'm relieved that I had achance to thank him. A critic's noblest and most generous act is to inspire passion in others. Roger Ebert taught me to love the movies. See Ebert/D5

to prepare for it. Contact:

www.osher.uoregon.edu or 541-617-4663. — From staff reports

Correction In a story headlined "I loved every bit of it," which appeared

Saturday, March 30, on page D1, Heather Tilert-

Kazmark's namewas misspelled.

The Bulletin regrets the error.


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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Scott Hofert's career is a m arriage of automated and manual, spiritual and tangible — a veritable workshop of internal growth and external product. I n s h o rt : c h u rc h an d cowhide. Hofert,42, is a co-pastor of the church Watershed in the NoDa neighborhood of Charlotte, N.C. and the founder and owner of ColsenKeane, a custom-leather goods shop located just four doors down from his church office. Hofert didn't always juggle the two. But four years ago, after a career of desk jobs, academia and then pastorship, he longed for the satisfaction of working with his hands again. Hofert isn't alone. He's one of a growing number of 21stcenturyprofessionals who, after spending countless hours a week at a computer, long to produce something that can't be stored on a server. The New York Times-bestselling book, "Shop Class as S oulcraft: A n I n q u ir y i n t o the Value of Work," by Matthew Crawford, has become a mouthpiece for the movement. Following a d o ctorate in p olitical philosophy an d a job as an executive director of a Washington think tank, Crawford quit his job to open a motorcyclerepair shop. He argues that, though the scope ofthe economic crisis is yet uncertain, the crisis of confidence professionals now feel in "our most prestigious institutions and professions" is strong. " The question of w hat a good job looks like — of what sort of work is both secure and worthy o f b e ing h o nored — is m ore open now than it has been for a long time," Crawford writes in the introduction. And after reassessing his work values, Crawford says he's never been so fulfilled. Hofert readthe book after he'd already started his leather shop and felt instant kinship with Crawford. "Had I read that prior to working at t h i s," h e s a i d, pointing a calloused hand toward the tool sets and 9,000 square feet of rolled cowhide stacked on metal shelves, "I would have just thought, 'Oh, that guy just doesn't like his

job.'"

But now, he says, "When I read that book, I felt as though it were speaking to my soul." Hofert's gr ea t -grandfather opened a repair shop for watches and clocks in Kenmore, N.Y. that was passed along to Hofett's grandfather and then Hofert's father. Hofert started his Charlotte business four years ago, naming it after his two sons, Colsen, 8, and Keane, 5, who he hopes will one day take over the family business as well. He'd long been drawn to high-quality l eather g oods, so one day, Hofert decided to make some himself. He spent a couple hundred dollars on a piece of leather and $50 on tools. His first project was an iPad

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case, which he made by wrapping leather around it. Pleased with the final product,he made a few more cases and posted photos of them on Etsy, a website for selling handmade crafts. The requests rolled in: leather belts, wallets and bags. Hofert's b ackyard s h ed, where he made his goods, grew increasingly crowded, and the U.S. Postal Service made regular visits for shipments. "It snowballed," he said. H ofert's wares r ange i n price from $50 for a b a sic wallet to about $800 for large leather bags. His most expensive project was a $2,000 bag, made from rarecowhide. After he'd saved a little money from his new enterprise, Hofert began to advertise.

He says he spent $1,000 on business-card-sized ads in Rolling Stone magazine, bought ads in Delta and U.S. Airways in-flight magazines and took out ads in MacLife because of his leather iPad and MacBook cases. Since starting the business in 2009, Hofert says he has served about 2,000 people, and the business has grown 300 percent each year. Cols enKeane c ustomers n o w hail from the U.S. and Canada, as well as Mexico, South A merica, M a l aysia, H o n g Kong, Australia and all across Europe. Two weeks a go, H o fert opened a new workspace and storefront on Central Avenue, just steps from his church office. You see, he says, his two

jobs aren't mutually exclusive. Hofert says that creating works of art from leather actually h elps h i m o r g anize h is thoughts, making h i m more productive and effective as a pastor. He's even in a church group with fellow entrepreneurs. "It's really fascinating," Hofert said. "I can sit down . and talk about how to better a marriage and then next minute talk about business." Right now, he spends more than 40 hours a week as a pastor and more than 20 hours in the shop. He employs three other full-time leathersmiths and two church members who handle the books and shipping part-time. J eremy Snyder, 29, w h o h as spent 15 years i n t h e music industry, met H ofert through Hofert's wife, Taryn, a musician. Snyder started at ColsenKeane in December 2012, and for now, stitches, trims and evensthe edges ofthe leather. "I am i nterested in i ntellectual stimulation, but I find that, as a thinker, I'm more p roductive with h ard w o rk than when I'm sitting at a cafe with other thinkers," Snyder said. "The iconic visual of Aristotle and his buddies sitting

around, making things up, seems a lot more difficult than you'd think." Hofert says he's content to grow ColsenKeane slowly. He says he never wants the need for mass production and hightech machinery to outweigh the value — and intimacy — of handiwork. After all, he said, "We're getting back to what I surmise we were created to do. For some, it's basketball on the weekend. For some, it's taking the car apart on the driveway, or "The guy who works construction, the plumber who knows how t o t a k e p i p es apart, there's a real quality of life to that. Because at the end of the day, you can step back and say, 'I did that.' "

Why do pilgrimageshold a place in religion? continent, from the high Himalayan ranges on the north Religious devotion to the southernmost tip, where is the motive of pilgrimage the two seas, the Bay of BenA.M. Bhattacharyya,Hindu gal and the Arabian Sea, meet faithadviser ofthe G reater the Indian Ocean. Kansas City Interfaith In Kumbh Mela this year, Council: tens of millions of pilgrims Pilgrimage is a journey, es- congregatedat the confluence pecially a long one, to a sacred of three sacred rivers,Ganplace or shrine as an act of ges, Yamuna and now extinct religious devotion. The tradiSaraswati, and took a holy dip tion of pilgrimage is ancient at certain auspicious moments and universal. People of faith to sanctify themselves. go on pilgrimages out of pure Some of t h e p i l g rimage devotion and inner spiritual sites are in gorgeous natural urge. surroundings. Some are in reIn the Hindu faith tradition, mote, hard-to-reach terrains. the pilgrimage is not obliga- Yet the inner urge is so powtory. Nevertheless, millions of erful that p i lgrims journey Hindu faithfuls go on pilgrim- to those sacred sites ignoring ages every year to numerous physical hardships. sacred sites. Pilgrimages hold a place in Hinduism is an ancient re- religion, as the pilgrim's moligion founded in India about tive is religious, devoutness 5,000 years ago. It has a my- and spiritual quest. thology that is as old as human history. Almost all sacred The Hajj is older sites, many of them having than Muhammad mythological importance, are Syed E. Hasan, Ph.o.,Midlocated throughout the length land Islamic Council: and breadth of the Indian subIn most religions, worship

and prayers comprise two sets of rituals: those performed individually, and the ones offered collectively. Individual acts of worship are essential because they enable the individual to get closer to the Creator, but these deeds are carried out i n i solation with little or no opportunity for social interaction. Pilgrimage, on th e o t her hand, is offered along with a group of devotees and represents social manifestation of worship.

The Hajj includes a number of rituals and activities that are completed in f ive days during the second week of the 12th month of the Hijri (lunar) calendar. Hajj is a great expression of solidarity that brings millions of people from each c ontinent, drawn f r o m a l l imaginable cultures, races, economic and social status together, for the sole purpose of seeking Allah's pleasure and mercy. Although Hajj became manUsually, pilgrimage involves datory for all Muslims in the travel to a specific location, of- earlyseventh century during ten involving many physical the time of Prophet Muhamhardships that serve as a test mad, the actual beginning of one's unflinching commit- dates back to about 2000 B.C., ment to God. during the time of P rophet In Islam, Hajj is one of the Abraham. five pillars that requires all Hajj was and still remains Muslims who are physically the most cherished goal of all and economically capable to believing Muslims. — Send questions for our religion visit Mecca.

The Quran (3:97) says: "... Performance of Hajj (pilgrimage) to this House is the duty to Allah for all who can afford the journey."

ANTIOCH CHURCH:Sr. Pastor Ken Wystma; "What doC.S. Lewis, the GrandCanyonandMaryMagdalene haveinCommon?";Sundayat 9:30 a.m.; Redux0-and-Aafter the service; BendHighSchool,230 N.E. Sixth St., Bend.

Church,157 N.W.Franklin Ave.,Bend.

BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor DaveMiller; Sunday at 10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group; W ednesday at7p.m.;19831 Rocking Horse Road, Bend.

TRINITYEPISCOPAL CHURCH: Sundayat9a m St Francis Church 2450 N.E. 27th St., Bend.

SPRINGSOFLIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelist and BibleteacherEddie Cienda; Wednesdaysat7 p.m.; ongoing; TheSound GardenStudio, 1279 N.E.Second St., Bend.

UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON: YoungAdults Group of UUFCO;"Facing Downthe Future: Keeping Positive in Uncertain Times; Sunday at11 a.m.; atthe OldStone Church,157 N.W.Franklin Ave.,Bend.

CENTRALOREGON BAPTIST CHURCH:Pastor John Tittle; "It Is WESTSIDECHURCH: PastorSteve Finished," basedonJohn19:16-30, Mickel; "Parental GuidancePart One: as part of theseries onthe Gospel of John; Sundayat10:30 a.m.; 500 S.W. The ThreeDials"; today at6:30 p.m. and Sundayat 8, 9and1045 a.m.; Bond St., Bend. 2051 N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend. COMMUNITY OFCHRIST: WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Seventy Craig Perryman; "Weare Steve Mickel "Parental Guidance Witnesses," based onJohn 20:19Part One:TheThree Dials"; Sunday 31; Sunday at11 a.m., following at 9 and10:30 a.m.; 1245 S.E.Third 10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 St., Bend. Cooley Road,Bend.

CROSSCHURCH:Pastor Ed Byrnes; "I Am the Bread of Life," based on John 6:35; Today at6:30 p.m.; Neighborhood Center, 2640 Jones Road, Bend.

WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel; "Parental GuidancePartOne: TheThree Dials"; todayat6:30p.m.andSundayat8,9 and 10:45a.m.; www.westsidelive.org

DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Dave Drullinger; "The Bible," based on John20:24-31 and 21:2425; Sundayat10a.m.; 334 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend.

COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Cyndi Wunder; "Life Abundant," based onJohn 20:19-31; Sunday at 9and11 a.m.; 529 N.W. 19th St., Redmond.

EASTMONTCHURCH:Pastor JohnLodwick;"Foundation:God's Purpose For aFamily," based on Genesis1:27-31 and 2:24, as part of the new series "INVEST:Building a Home With Grace";Sundayat 9and 10:45 a.m.; 62425Eagle Road, Bend.

EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH: The Rev.DavidPoovey;"Thomas for Today," based onJohn 20:19-31; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175S.W. Salmon Ave.,Redmond.

FATHER'SHOUSECHURCHOF GOD:Pastor RandyWils; "Fan or Follower," as part of the newseries, "Fan or Follower"; Sundayat10 a.m.; Youth Group; Wednesdays; 7 p.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road,Bend. THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "Sex, Lies, and Video, Part Three" basedon 1 Corinthians 6:12-20; Sundayat 10 a.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: The Rev. JayDeeConrad;"Encore"; Sunday atthe9a.m.,10:45a.m.and 5:01 p.m. services; 230N.E.Ninth St., Bend. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: TheRev.Thom Larson and The Rev.Emmett Shortreed; "Lost," based onRomans1:18-25; Sunday at9and11 a.m.; 680 N.W.Bond St., Bend.

FOUNDRY CHURCH:Pastor Syd Brestel; begin the series, "Abraham: Faith in the Fog"; Sundayat10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W.OregonAve., Bend. GRACEFIRSTLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "God's Peace" and "Looking for Signs"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend.

GRACE REFORMEDPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:Pastor DanDilard; "ChristFormed Culture," based onGenesis 1:26-28; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 62162 Hamby Road,Bend. JOURNEYCHURCH:PastorKeith Kirkpatrick; "Faith — It PleasesGod"; Sunday at 9and10:30 a.m.; 70 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. NATIVITY LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Chris Kramer;Sundayat 9 and 11 a.m.; Biblestudy; Wednesdays;10 a.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road,Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITYOFTHECASCADES: Guest speakerMasterChen;Sunday at9a.m.; held atThe OldStone

GRACELUTHERAN CHURCH AT EAGLE CREST:Pastor Randy VanMehren; "TheRisenChrist Gives His Churchthe Powerto Give His Forgivenessto theRepentant, but to Withhold it FromThoseWho Don't Repent of TheirSins"; Sundayat 10:30a.m.; EagleCrest Banquetand ConferenceFacility,1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father JohnPennington; "Sacred Shalom"; Sundayat10 a.m.; Southwest12th Avenueand Forest Avenue, Redmond. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Eric Burtness; "WhatYouNeedto Know AboutYourLife's Calling!," as part of the series, "LiveYourCalling"; Sunday at8:30a.m.and11 a.m.;1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond. SHEPHERD'SVALLEYCOWBOY CHURCH: Pastor Jordan Weaver; Sunday at 9 a.m.and10:30 a.m.; in the cafe of TheRim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility, BrasadaRanch, 17037 S.W. Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte. AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Pastor JeremySeibert; youth and family service; Wednesdayat 6p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "ThreeKey Imperative," basedon1 Corinthians 15:59, as part of the series, "Growing Up God' sWay";Sundayat9:30 a.m.; 1 Theater Drive,Sunriver. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev.Willis C. Jenson; "The Mission of theChurch isto Forgive SinsThroughtheGospel,"basedon John 20:22-23; Sundayat11 a.m.; held at TerrebonneGrangeHall, 8286 11th St., Terrebonne.

DIVORCE CARECLASS:13-week class; $15;starts April16; 6:30-8 p.m.; free childcare provided; contact New Hope Church at 541-389-3436 to sign up andfor more information.

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BENDCHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "Reasons to Celebrate"; Sundayat10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E. 27th St., Bend.

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Pope visits St.Peter's tomb The Associated Press VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis took an emotional, close-up look at the tomb of Peter, the church's first pontiff, buried beneath St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican said. Bydoingso, Francisbecame the first pontiff to visit the ne-

cropolis, where pagans and early Christians were buried, since extensive archaeological excavations were conducted at the ancient site decades ago, the Vatican said. The 45-minute "visit of devotion to the tomb of St. Peter" on Monday was private, the Vatican said, but it later released a video of it.

The basilica wa s b u i lt over the location where early Christians would gather in secret, at a time of persecution in ancient Rome, to pray at an unmarked tomb believed to be that of Peter, the apostle Jesus chose to lead his church. T he Vatican f i rs t s a i d Francis would pray at Peter's tomb, but later said he prayed instead in the basilica. The new p ope "paused in silent prayer, in profound and emotional meditation" in the Clementine Chapel in the vast basilica that is "the closest place (in the basilica) to the tomb of the Prince of the Apostles," it said.

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FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11th St. i 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

9:30am Sunday Educational Classes 10:30 am Morning Worship

COMM U N ITY BIBLE CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL 541-593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike Johnson will share his message titled "The Five Words" Part V in the Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 am.

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

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

SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

REDMOND ASSKMBI.Y OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS

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

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - 11: 15am Nursery Care available

CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH Currently meeting ai 500 SWBondS!. (541) 617-2814 www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org

God-Centered Worship Expository Bible Teaching Rich Hymns 8 Songs Family Oriented Ministries Christ-Focused Living Meaningful Loving Relationships Compassionate Gospel Witness Sunday 9:15 AM - Prayer Meeting 9:30 AM — Adult Bible Fellowship 9:30AM - Children'sSunday School 10:30 AM - Worship Service 6:00 PM - Growth Groups (call for locationsl Wednesday 7:00 PM - Prayer Meeting 8 Adult 13ible Study 7:00 PM - Kids 4 Truth EASTMONT CHURCH

"DisplayingIfre Reality ojChrist in Undeniable WaH" 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com

POWELL BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm M usicand the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30am- 10:15 am-!l am Nursery 8 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com REAL LIFK CHRISTIAN CHURCH Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th

Sunday Services 8 am Traditional Service (No child care for 8 am service) 9:30 am Contemporary Service with full child care 11 am Service (Full child care) For information, please call ... Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844 Associate Pastors Don Henderson 8 Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org 4•

The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome. •Women'sBibleStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept. - May • Youth Mmistry (gr 7-12) Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.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

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

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

Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

Reading Room:

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

115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Friz li am-4 pm Sat. 12 noon-2 pm

Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com •

Sunday School for all ages Kidmo • Junior Church Greg Strubhar, Pastor Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor

CALVARY CHAPKL BEND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org

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www.jccobend.com Serving Central Oregon for 20 Years, We Are a Non-Denominational Egalitarian Jewish Community Our Synagogue is located at 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend, Oregon 541-385-6421 Resident Rabbi Jay Shupack Rebbetzin Judy Shupack

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting

for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at:

Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Bend, OR. 97701

Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday Shabbat and High Holiday Services Religious Education Program Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training Weekly Torah StudyEvery Sat © 10 am Adult Education

include: • Davidic dance and worship Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes

*Torah Study meets every Saturday at 10:00 am that there is not a service*

• Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit

TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH

Hadashah (New Testament)

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

FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel

Syd Brestel will be starting a new series, "Abraham: Faith in the Fog" Join us for worship at 10:15 am to hear how Abraham's faith in uncertain situations can be a guide for us today. For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161

Sunday Worship Services: 8 00 am, 9 30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 930 am 8 11:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org •

BERKAN BIBLE CHURCH In Partnership with

AmericanMissionary Fellowship Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756 Wepreach the goodnewsof IesusChris(, singgreatftymrtsof faitfr, and searchIfre Scripturestogeiher. 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

Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM 8 7:00 PM Domingo 12:30PM -M isa en Espanol Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM -4:45 PM -English. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

Corner of NW Franklin & Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM M onday-Friday7:00AM F 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM Exposition F Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Thursdayafter 7:00 AM Mass -6:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Reconciliation Tuesday7:30AM -8;00 A M -English o Espanol ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street Redmond, Oregon 97756 541 -923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule: Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Ash Wednesday Services: 10:00 am, 12:10 pm and 6:00 pm Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am IEnglish) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5;00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476. •

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

Sundtr 9Schedule One service at 9:00 am Historic St. Francis Church, 494 NW Lava St. at Franklin, Bend, OR We are grateful to the community for the outpouring of help

or contact us at 541-385-5439 LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP

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Saturday 10:30 am-2 pm

Friday, April 19 at 6:30 pm Shabbat Family Celebration

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRAL OREGON

Worship/Dance-Study-

Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in

Friday, May 3 at 6:00 pm Shabbat Service Saturday, May 4 at9:00 am Torah Study Saturday, May 4 at 10:30 am Torah Service Sunday,May 5-Adulteducation (call for information)

Spirit and Truth

April 7, 2013 at 11.00 am:

Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

BKND CHURCH OF THK NAZARENE

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

1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren

For more information about our education programs, please call Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826. All services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street 541 -388-8826

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

8:30 am Sunday CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

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9:00 am Informal Service 9:15 am Junior Church 11:00 am Formal Service

21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241

www.clcbend.com

This Sunday's Sermon is given by Pastor Chris Kramer

COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

BibleStudy at 10:00 am on Wednesdays

529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School)

www.nativityinbend.com ELCA

Redmond, OR 97756

(541) 548-3367

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA

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

9:00 am Contemporary Worship

Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coffee,snacksand fellowship

9;30 am Adult Education

Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene NEW HOPK EVANGELICAL

20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436 Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children 8 Youth

Sunday School

www.uufco.org (541 ) 385-3908

ALL PEOPLKS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

Practice serving Christ in a warm, friendly congregation. Welcomingall colors, sexual orierriaiions andJaiih backgrounds. Shareour progressive fourney. Worship with us Sunday, April 7th at 11:00 am in the Community room of Redmond'sRay's Market 900 SW 23rd Street, just off of Hwy 126 Or, come early at 10:00 am for Bible study and discussion group. All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On April 14th, All Peoples meets again in the Community Room of Redmond'sRay's Mar ket. For details, directions and possible help with car-pooling, email: a(lpeolessucc@gmal(.com or call: 541-390-6864 •

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH In the Heart of Down Town Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672

Everyone isWelrorrre! Rev. Thom Larson Guest Speaker: Rev. Emmett Shortreed Sermon Title: "Lost" Scripture: Romans I: 18-25 9.00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9 am Service 11:00 am - Traditional Service

Childcare provided on Sunday *During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson firstchurch@bendumc.org

CHURCH & SYNAGOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING Effective May 1, 20l2

Youth Groups High School — Sunday 11:00am- 12:30pm

EVery Saturday On the ChurCh

11:00 am Traditional Worship

MiddleSchool - Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

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Mondays

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

6:30 pm Centering Prayer

CO Marketplace: The FirSt TueSday Of eaCh

Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

month. $22 Copy Changes: by Monday t Week PriOr to PubliCatiOn

Small Groups Meet Regularly

listing of activities for all ages.

Call Pat Lynch 541-383-0396

www.redmondcpc.org

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(Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete

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

4 Saturdays and TMC: $110 5 Saturdays and TMC: $132 The Bulletin:

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

See our website for more information www.uufco.org

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur

(child care provided)

Religious Education for Pre-K through Grade 5 and childcare for young children are available.

All are welcome through our red doors

541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service - 11:00 am

"Facing Down the Future: Keeping Positive in Uncertain Times": Lay-led service featuring the the Young Adults Group of UUFCO. Join us for music, younger adult insight, and what growing up as "a millennial" means. We will have three speakers share their insights about being part of the millennialgeneration,which spans three decades.

SUNDAY

9:00 am Sunday School for all ages

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

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

541-410-5337

Worship in the Heart of Redmond

541 -389-8888

230 NE Ninth Street, Bend www.bendfp.org 541-382-4401

63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend

The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector

THE SALVATION ARMY 755 NE 2nd Street, Bend

Wednesday Noon Silence F Supper Worship 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer

Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week

Visit us on the web at

NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Modern Family Sermon Series A three-week series beginning April 14 and concluding April 28. This series explores three different aspects of our own Modern Families: conflict, context and community.

Youth Events

MISSION (LCMSJ WEDNESDAY Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am Experience an Eckankar The rxissionofIkeCkarrk is!o forgivesinsthrough the Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study Community HU Gos)re(and tkereby grant eternal Iife YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm THURSDAY Child Care provided (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Community HU Sing, April 6 2:00-3:30 pm 10:00 am50+ Bible Study Confession XXVI11.8, 10) East Bend Public library WEEKLY Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are 10 am Sunday School 60280 Dean Swift Rd.,f)170, Bend, OR available, call for days and times. Life Groups 11 am Divine Service Saturday, April 13th at 2:00 pm Please visit our website for a complete "Teaching the Word of God, We invite you to watch a video presentation The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor. listing of activities for all ages. Book by Book" of Sri Harold Klemp's talk 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), www.bendnaz.org that was given March 30th. Terrebonne, OR (During the 2013 ECK Springtime Seminar) HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH Join us at O.S.U.- Cascades, Room 103 www.lutheransonline.com/ Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor 2600 College Way, Bend condordialutheranmission SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH www.holyredeemerparish.net across from the library. Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Parish Office: 541-536-3571 Meeting at the Golden Age Club Phone: 541-325-6773 40 SE 5th St., Bend Learnhow tosing HU, a love song to God: HOLY REDKKMER, LA PINE Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, GRACK FIRST LUTHKRAN CHURCH 16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass pronounced like the word hue, is sung for 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend Sunday Worship 10:00 am 9:00 am about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief 382-6862 Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to Sunday Mass — 10:00 am period of sacred contemplation. worshipping God and teaching the Bible Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00pm Followed by a discussion. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. truths recovered through the Reformation. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, (Child Care Available) HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER singing HU can bring you greater Call for information about other meetings Sunday School 10:20 a.m. 18143 Cottonwood Rd. happiness, love, and understanding. Education Hour 10:45 a.m. 541 -420- 1667 Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Singing HU can draw us closer in our state Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm www.sovereigngracebend.com of consciousness to the Divine Being. It Sunday mass 8:00 am LentenService Wednesday 6:30 p.m. has helped people of many different faiths Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9: 15am open their hearts more fully to the uplifting W omen's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m . OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist presence and security of God's love. CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER M en'sBible Study Wednesday 7:30 a.m. 120 Mississippi Dr 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241 Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Singing HU can help you experience: Confessions: Sundays 12:00 - 12;15 pm Pastor Joel LiaBraaten • Comfort, peace, joy Evangelical Lutheran Church in America • Expanded awareness Sunday Morning Worship HOLY FAMILY, www.gracefirstlutheran.org • Inner light and/or sound near Christmas Valley 8:45 am 8 10:45 am • A subtle sense of Divine Love 57255 Fort Rock Rd NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH • The healing of a broken heart Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm 60850 Brosterhous Road at Knott WednesdayMid-Week Services • Solace during times of grief Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm 541-388-0765 • A release of fears Children 6 Youth Programs ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI • Answers to your questions 7:00 pm CATHOLIC CHURCH "Called by the grace of God Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff we reach out to all people For more information please visit Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti Nursery Care provided for all services. with the love of Jesus Christ" www.eckankar.org or 541-382-3631

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

Rev. Jay Dee Conrad Preaching "Encore" 9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional 5:01 pm relaxed Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided

See Youth Blog: http://bendfp.org/youth/

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For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email Info©eastmontchurch.com

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

• Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9:00am Contemporary Service 10:45am H ispanic Service 6:00p m

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

mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries

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VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search is compiled by theDepartment of HumanServices Volunteer Services. Theorganizations listed are seeking volunteers for a variety of tasks. Tosee a full list, and for additional information on the types of help needed, go online to www.dendbulletin.com/volunteer. Changes,additions or deletions should besent to1300 N.W. Wall St., Suite103, Bend 97701, email Therese.M.Helton©state.or.us or call 541-693-8988.

SENIORS AARP:www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTED LIVINGAND RETIREMENTCOMMUNITY: 541-385-8500. BEND SENIORCENTER: Kim, 54 I-706-6 I27. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRAL OREGONCOUNCIL ON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or541-678-5483. LA PINESENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Pat Potter, 541-536-6237. LONG-TERM CAREOMBUDSMAN PROGRAM:NancyAllen, 54 I-3 I2-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER:541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMIST SENIOR CENTER:Melody,541-447-6844. TOUCHMARK ATMT. BACHELOR VILLAGE: 541-383-1414. VOLUNTEERS IN ACTION: 54 I -548-7018.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC): Margie Gregory, mgregory@cocc.edu or 541-3 I8-3788.

AFS-USA:www.afsusa.org or Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCEHATCHCENTER: Andy Kizans, 541-383-1980. BEND PARK& RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIGSISTERS OF CENTRALOREGON:541-3126047 (Bend), 541-447-3851, ext. 333 (Prineville) or 541-325-5603 (Madras). BOY SCOUTSOF AMERICA: Paul Abbott, paulabbott©scouting.org or 54 I -382-4647. BOYS &GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL OREGON: www.bgcco.org, info© bgcco.org or 541-617-2877. CAMP FIREUSACENTRAL OREGON: campfire@bendcable.com or 541-382-4682. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLE OF FRIENDS: Beth, beth@ acircleoffriendsoregon.com or 54 I-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPYO deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM:Steve Guzanskis, 54 I -678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS:541-389-8146. GIRLS ONTHE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY:www. deschutescountygotr.org or info© deschutescountygotr.org. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENS VOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www. highdesertmuseum.org or 54 I -382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673. J BAR JLEARNINGCENTER: Rick Buening, rbuening@jbarj.org or 54 I-389- I409. JUNIPERSWIM & FITNESS CENTER:Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER: Rachel Kane, 541383-5958, ext. 274. LA PINE HIGHSCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, jeff.bockert@bend.k12. or.us or 541-355-8501. MEADOWLARK MANOR:Peggy Kastberg, 541-382-7025. MOUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY:541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext. 115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSIONSERVICE:541548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541 -475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM:http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READ TOGETHER: 541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 54 I -923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER: Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNG LIFE: 54 I -923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREER PARTNERSHIP:Kent Child, 541-322-3261. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0I94. VIMA LUPWA HOMES: www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAY& NEUTERPROJECT: 54 I -617-1010. CAT RESCUE,ADOPTION & FOSTER TEAM (CRAFT):www.craftcats.org,

541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 541-330-0017. DESCHUTESNATIONALFOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean, 541-383-5576. EAST CASCADES AUDUBON SOCIETY:www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: 541-385-6908. EGUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND:www.equineoutreach. com or joan©equineoutreach.com or 541-41 9-3717. HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER: Darcy Justice, 541-382-9410. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON:Jen, jennifer©hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOF THE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. HUMANE SOCIETYOFREDMOND: volunteer@redmondhumane.org or 541-923-0882. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9 I15. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING:LexaMcAllister, Imcallister@cocc.edu or 541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER& OBSERVATORY:541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: Tom Mottl, 541-41 6-6859.

HEALTH AMERICANCANCER SOCIETY: Charlie Johnson, 541-434-3114. AMERICANREDCROSS: 541-749-4111. DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT: Tuesday Johnson, Tuesday Johnson©co.deschutes. or.us or 541-322-7425. FRIENDSWITH FLOWERS OF OREGON: www. friendswithflowersoforegon.com or 541-480-8700. HOSPICEOF REDMONDSISTERS:www.redmondhospice. org or Volunteer Coordinator at 541-548-7483. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOSPITAL:JoDee Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL HOSPICE: 541-460-4030 or Tori Schultz, tschultz@mvhd.org or 541475-3882, ext. 5327. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen White, namicentraloregonO gmail.com. NEWBERRYHOSPICE: 541-536-7399. PARTNERS IN CARE:www. partnersbend.org or SarahPeterson at 541-382-5882. RELAYFORLIFE:Stefan Myers, 541-504-4920. ST. CHARLESIN BENDAND ST. CHARLESIN REDMOND: 541-706-6354. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, 541-585-9008.

ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE 88.9KPOV, BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIO STATION: info@kpov.org or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOF THE REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:Linda Barker, 541-312- I 064. ARTS CENTRALSTATION: 541-617-1317. CASCADESTHEATRICAL COMPANY:541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION:Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTES HISTORICAL MUSEUM:541-389-1813, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesdaythrough Saturday. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDS OFTHE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrach at 541-617-7047. HIGH DESERTCHAMBER MUSIC:Isabelle Senger, www. highdesertchambermusic.com, info@highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGH DESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION:Brad, volunteer© latca.org or 541-382-4366. THE NATUREOFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-330-438 I. REDMOND FRIENDSOFTHE LIBRARY:541-312-1060. REDMONDINTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, bonitodia©msn.com or 541-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

CENTER FORCOMPASSIONATE LIVING (PREVIOUSLYPEACE CENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON): www.compassionatecenter.org or Beth Hansen, 541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGONVETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org@gmail.com or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/VOLUNTEERSERVICES: Therese Helton, Therese.M.Helton© state,or.us or 541-693-8988. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/VOLUNTEERSERVICES CROOK COUNTY: ValerieDean,541447-3851, ext. 427. DISABLEDAMERICANVETERANS (DAV):Don Lang,541-647-1002. FAMILY KITCHEN: Cindy Tidball, cindyt©bendcable.com or 541-610-65I1. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468. HUMAN DIGNITYCOALITION: 541-385-3320. HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION:Marie, infoO hungerpreventioncoalition.org or 541-385-9227. LA PINECOMMUNITY KITCHEN: 541-536-1312. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq© neighborimpact.org or 541-5482380, ext. 106. PEACEBRIDGES, INC., BEND: www.abridgetopeace.org or JohnC. Schwechten at 541-383-2646. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: www.pflagcentraloregon.org or 541-317-2334. RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE: Teresa, 541-318-4950. SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or 541-504-2550. SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF BEND:www.sibend.org, presidentO sibend.org or 541-728-0820. ST. VINCENT DE PAULSOCIAL SERVICES:541-389-6643. VOLUNTEER CONNECT:www. volunteerconnectnow.org or 541-385-8977. WINNINGOVER ANGER & VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or 541-382- I943. WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0750.

SUPPORT GROUPS The following list contains support group information submitted toTheBulletin. Submissions must beupdated monthly for inclusion. To submit, email relevant details to communitylife©bendbulletin.com. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103, ext. 203. ABILITREEYOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 207. ADHD ADULTSUPPORTGROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GROUP:54I-389-5446.

AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORTGROUP):541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.com. AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT,COMMUNITY RESOURCESANDSUPPORT (DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT):541-322-7402. AIDS HOTLINE:800-342-AIDS. AL-ANON:541-728-3707 or www.centraloregonal-anon.org.

ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS (AA): 541-548-0440 or www.coigaa.org. ALS SUPPORTGROUP: 541-977-7502. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION: 541-548-7074. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214.

AUTISM RESOURCEGROUP OF CENTRALOREGON:54 I-788-0339. BEND ATTACHMENTPARENTING: 541-385-1 787. BEND S-ANONFAMILYGROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541382-6122 or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: 541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 541-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRSNETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, baninbend@yahoo.com.

BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-382-9451. BRAINTUMOR SUPPORT GROUP: 541-350-7243 BREAST-FEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: 541-385-1787. CANCER FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY AND THRIFT STORES

CANCER INFORMATIONLINE: 541-706-7743.

BEND AREAHABITATFOR HUMANITY: 541-385-5387. HABITATRESTORE:Di Crocker, 541-312-6709. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON THRIFT STORE: Marcy Hosket, 541-388-3448. NEAT REPEAT THRIFT SHOP:Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: 541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STOREOFBEND: 541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFTSTORE OF REDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITATRESTORE: Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITATFOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1 I93. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL — LA PINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENT DE PAULREDMOND: 541-923-5264.

CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-6802.

GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUNITY THE CITIZENREVIEW BOARD (CRB):crb.volunteer.resources©ojd. state.or.us or 888-530-8999. CITY OFBEND:Cheryl Howard, choward©ci.bend.or.us or 54 I-388-5505. COURTAPPOINTEDSPECIAL ADVOCATE (CASA): www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-1618. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher, 541-317-3186 or 54I-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org or Barbara at info@ drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSON COUNTYCRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSONCOUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES: Therese Helton,541475-6131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARDDISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.orcharddistrictneighborhood. com. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

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ABILITREE:volunteer@abilitree.org or 541-388-8103, ext. 217. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL:Philip Randall, 541-388-1793. ASSISTANCE LEAGUEOFBEND: 541-389-2075. BEND COMMUNITYCENTER: Sherry Fisher, volunteer© bendscommunitycenter.org or 541-3 I 2-2084. BETHLEHEMINN: www. bethleheminn.org or 541-322-8768.

CENTRAL OREGONLOCAVORE: www.centraloregonlocavore.com or Niki at info@centraloregonlocavore. com or 541-633-0674. HIGH DESERTSPECIAL OLYMPICS: 541-749-6517. OREGON ADAPTIVESPORTS: ww w. oregonadaptivesports.org or Kendall Cook at 541-848-9390. SACRED ARTOF LIVING CENTER: 541-383-4179. TUMALO LANGLAUFCLUB:Tom Carroll, 541-385-7981.

CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-536-7399.

CELEBRATE RECOVERY: NewHope Church, Bend, 541-480-5276; Faith Christian Center, Bend, 541-3828274;Redmond AssemblyofGod Church, 541-548-4555; Westside Church, Bend,541-382-7504,ext. 201; Metolius Friends Community Church, 541-546-4974; AgapeHarvest Fellowship, La Pine, 541-536-4384. CENTRAL OREGONALZHEIMER'S/ DEMENTIACAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP:54 I-504-0571 CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM ASPERGER'SSUPPORTTEAM: 541-633-8293. CENTRAL OREGONAUTISM SPECTRUM RESOURCEAND FAMILY SUPPORTGROUP:541-279-9040.

CENTRAL OREGONCOALITION FOR ACCESS(WORKING TO CREATE ACCESSIBLECOMMUNITIES): 541-385-3320. CENTRALOREGONDEPRESSION AND ANXIETYGROUP:541-420-2759 CENTRAL OREGONDISABILITY SUPPORT NETWORK:54 I-548-8559 or www.codsn.org.

CENTRAL OREGONFAMILIES WITH MULTIPLES: 541-330-5832 or 541-388-2220. CENTRAL OREGONLEAGUE OF AMPUTEESSUPPORT GROUP (COLA):541-480-7420 or www. ourcola.org. CENTRAL OREGONRIGHT TO LIFE: 541-383-1593.

CHILDCAR SEAT CLINIC (PROPER INSTALLATIONINFORMATION FOR SEAT AND CHILD): 541-504-5016. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: 541-330-3907.

Addiction and mental illness group; 54 I -317-0050.

GROUP:namicentraloregon@gmail. com.

DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -388-2577.

NEWBERRY HOSPICEOF LA PINE: 54 I-536-7399.

ENCOPRESIS(SOILING): 541-5482814 or encopresis©gmail.com. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP:541-460-4030 FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: Drug and alcohol addictions; pastordavid@thedoor3r.org. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER: 541-389-5468.

OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:541-447-4915.

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS:Redmond 541-280-7249,Bend 541-390-4365.

PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDRENAFFECTEDBYAUTISM SUPPORTGROUP:541-771-1075 or http:I/coregondevdisgroupaso.ning. com.

OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-312-3081 or www.oregonlyme. or'g.

OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 541-306-6844.

GAMBLINGHOT LINE:800-233-8479. GLUCOSE CONTROLLOW CARB DIET SUPPORTGROUP: kjdnrcd©yahoo. com or 541-504-0726. GLUTENINTOLERANCEGROUP (CELIAC):541-389-1731. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Supportfor pregnant teensandteenmoms; 541-383-3515.

PARENTS OF MURDEREDCHILDREN (POMC)SUPPORT GROUP: 541-4 I0-7395.

PARISH NURSES ANDHEALTH MINISTRIES: 541-383-6861. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORTGROUP:541-317-1188.

GRANDPARENTS RAISINGOUR CHILDREN'SKIDS:541-306-4939.

PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP:541-280-5818.

GRIEFSHAREGRIEFRECOVERY SUPPORTGROUP: 541-382-1832.

PARTNERS IN CARE: Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882.

GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-3066633, 541-318-0384 or mullinski© bendbroadband.com.

PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: For parents, families and friends of lesbians andgays; 541-317-2334 or www.pflagcentraloregon.org.

GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-548-7483. GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS: For the bereaved; 541-771-3247.

PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239.

GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-447-2510. GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP: 541-420-8673.

PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESS LINE: 800-222-4767.

GRIEFSHARE(FAITH-BASED) RECOVERY CLASS:541-389-8780. HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA (H.E.A.R.T.): 541-318-1949. HEALTHYFAMILIESOF TH EHIGH DESERT:Homevisits for families with newborns; 541-749-2133 HEARINGLOSS ASSOCIATION: 541-848-2806 orhlaco2@gmx.com.

PREGNANCY RESOURCECENTERS: Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORTGROUP:541-548-7489. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1 880.

HEARTS OFHOPE:Abortion healing; 54 I-728-4673.

SCLERODERMA SUPPORTGROUP: 541-480-1958.

IMPROVE YOUR STRESS LIFE: 54 I -706-2904.

SELF-ESTEEMGROUP FOR WOMEN: 541-389-7960.

LA LECHELEAGUEOF BEND: 54 I -317-5912.

SEXAHOLICSANONYMOUS: 541-595-8780.

LIVING WELL(CHRONIC CONDITIONS): 541-322-7430. LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES SUPPORTGROUP: 541-536-7399. LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP: 541-526-1375. MADRAS NICOTINE ANONYMOUS GROUP: 541-993-0609.

SOUP AND SUPPORT:For mourners; 541-548-7483. SUPPORT GROUPFOR FAMILIES WITH DIABETICCHILDREN: 541 -526-6690. TOBACCO FREEALLIANCE: 541-3227481. TOPSOR:Bend, 541-388-5634; Culver, 541-546-4012; Redmond, 541-923-0878.

MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH PROGRAM(DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTHDEPARTMENT): 54 I -322-7400.

TYPE 2DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-706-4986.

MEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 54 I -706-5864.

VETERANSHOTLINE: 541-408-5594 or818-634-0735.

MENDED HEARTSSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-4789.

VISION NW:Peersupport group; 541-330-07 I5.

MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 541-514-9907.

VOLUNTEERS INMEDICINE: 541-330-900 I.

MOMMY AND ME BREASTFEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 54 I -322-7450.

WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0747

MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-6802.

WOMEN'S SELF-ESTEEMGROUP: 541-389-7960.

NARCONON: 800-468-6933. NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): 54 I-416-2 l46.

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ln the field Featured in Worthy Brewing's Worthy India Pale Ale, East Side Pale Ale and Imperial India Pale Ale, Meridian hops are one of about 15 varieties Kennedy uses to give his beers a fresh and slightly bitter taste. Indie Hops founder Jim Solberg said Meridian, the most recent variety to hit Oregon's craft beer scene, is the result of a failed attempt to regrow another style of hops, Columbia, which someone planted on a hillside for an experimental trial and then abandoned. "What we ended up with was an unknown hop t hat had taken over those hills," said Solberg, whose company sells hops to Worthy Brewing and several other well-known breweries, including New Belgium, Bend Brewing Co. and Stone Brewing. But while Meridian has taken thecraftbrewing industry by storm since its discovery two years ago, Solberg said the way his company came across Meridian is the exact opposite of how it normally finds a new type of hops. The process usually involves a considerable amount of work, time and financial risk, he said. Solberg said th e p r ocess starts when growers crossbreed two different styles of hops, collect seeds from the resulting plant and germinate them in agreenhouse. Ifthese plants germinate successfully, they spend three years undergoing tests at an experimental hop yard like the one being built at Worthy Brewing, then another three years in farm trials — where the crop is grown under the same conditions it would face in a commercialfield. Solberg said the time allotted to these field trials is necessary because hops varieties are susceptible to w e ather changes, two types of mildew, pests and any number of other problems that can wipe out the entire crop.

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it can be used to make animal feed. But if a hops crop fails, it fails, he said. Once a hops variety has made it through all the tests, it takes an additional two years before itsdevelopers have a large enough sample to fully release it to the commercial market.

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ln the yard By hosting an experimental hop yard and greenhouse, Worthy Brewing workers will be able to watch the first two stages of the hops development process take place by walking out into the brewery's p arking lot — much in t h e same way a winemaker can walk out into his field and look at his grapes.

Ebert Continued from 01 R oger Ebert t a ught t h e world to love the movies. Look how many movie lovers are publishing their gratitude in tribute, in p e rsonal t erms. Look how some refer to "the movies," with its definite article — his populist, intimate, Midwestern way of referring to his life's passion. He became most k nown for his thumbs, but this upor-down brand was oddly out of sync with his ecumenical, nuanced grasp of cinema and life. This man was a mensch. This analyst was a humanist. This was a wit among twits. Everyone is a critic now, but how many of us possess the required authority, humanity and dexterity with words? The first writing I did for newspapers was f il m c r i t icism, and Ebert's annual compendia of starred reviews were my inspiration. During high school I tacked above my desk one of his enduring quotations: "A movie is not what it is about but how it is about it." The simple, elegant authority of this maxim transfixed and guided me, not least because one might substitute "story" — or anything else really — for "movie." It guides how I write today, about anything. The smallest, most insignificant subject can make for a great story if you inquire with verve and execute with care. By mastering the parametersof a medium and rendering his judgment and appreciation into words, Ebert taught me that. A writer must be both skeptical a n d bi g -hearted, intractable on some matters and flexible on others. Ebert taught me that too. "We must try to contribute joy to the world," he wrote in May 2009, in a blog post on mortality. "The cinema is the greatest art form ever conceived for generating emotions in its audience," he wrote in 1991 in a preface to his top 10 list. Roger Ebert c o n tributed

"It's going to help put the big picture together for us," Kennedy s a id , e x p l aining that brewmasters are usually disconnected from the agriculturalprocess because they use so much hops and barley with each batch that it's ext remely difficult to g row i t themselves. "It's going to be neat to crossbreed two differentcrops and see what happens," he said. The new hops yard will give a team of students and volunteers f ro m O S U -Cascades' campus a chance to learn the ins and outs of the hops development process asthey tend and test the hops varieties that are growing there. It will also give craft beer drinkers a chance to learn about Alfred Haunold — the namesake of Worthy Brewing's hops yard — and t he work he di d d eveloping 16 varieties of hops while working for OSU's hops breeding

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I am over the moon for "The Producers." I prize the work of Billy Wilder and the delight it brings to my life. Because of Roger Ebert I have seen "Tokyo Story." Because of Roger Ebert's splendid audio commentary on the DVDs of "Citizen Kane" and "Casablanca," I not only understand bu t a p p r eciate why the first is the greatest movie and the second is the most beloved. He dissected his passion by conducting shot-by-shot workshops. He democratized it by creating an "overlooked" film festival. When cancer and surgery robbed him of a voice several

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Although he was the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize and authored many books about movies, Roger Ebert, right, was perhaps best known for his partnership with fellow critic Gene Siskel, left, on a series of television programs reviewing current movies. The pair trademarked the phrase "Two thumbs up." Siskei died in1999.

worked overtime. His blog, like his wife Chaz, was a salvation. In between his vigorous reviews, he tapped out long essays seemingly out of nowhere. Each was a review of the action of living. He once spent a couple thousand words recounting his lust for a 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk, though he was really delivering a treatise on nostal-

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He once wrote about the rudimentary matters of trave ling and walking, but t h e way he wrote it made it read like a tracking shot by Carlo joy by sharing his joy. And by around us. It gives us the im- di Palma, made it move as if sharing his outrage. After all, pression of having touched life jump-cut by Godard, made if we are going to pay money itself." it resonate like a sequence of "Life Itself" is the title of his Altman's. to withdraw into darkness for two hours, it better be worth graceful memoir, published A piece of writing is not it. in 2011, and its opening line what it is about but how it is "We a re all a l l otted an captures how he (and we) are about it. u nknown bu t f i n it e n u m - wedded to cinema: "I was born He beat alcoholism. ber of h ours o f c o nscious- inside the movie of my life." He didn't beat cancer. ness," he wrote on his blog We all are. Our lives unSo it goes, he might have in 2008. "Maybe a critic can s pool behind u s i n T e c h- said. help you spend them more nicolor, in Cinemascope, in In a career of great lines, his meaningfully." dissolves and montages and best was this:"We live in abox One of his most memorable swish-pans and close-ups. He of space and time. Movies are digs: "'Pearl Harbor' is a two- was the celebrant of modern windows in its walls." hour movie s queezed into America's intimate union with E bert was the man w h o three hours, about how on De- the medium. He chronicled pulled back the curtains on cember 7, 1941, the Japanese how we retreat into the temple those windows, who beckoned staged a surprise attack on an of movie theaters, how we us totheir panes. Come, see. American love triangle." step outside ourselves, how Look at the million lifetimes One of his most resonant after the credits we emerge you can live while consigned compliments: " A f il m l i k e into the world wider-eyed and to your own. Outside those 'Hoop Dreams' is what the clearer-headed. windows floated Orson Welles movies are for. It takes us, Because of Roger Ebert, I in a dark Viennese doorway, a shakes us, and make us think am enraptured by "The Third helmeted Klaus Kinski on his Man" and "Bonnie and Clyde." raft in the Amazon, Frances in new ways about the world

popular hops varieties along the wiresthat run across Worthy's experimental hops yard to see how they'd perform in Central Oregon's climate, which is considerably drier than the Willamette Valley, where most of the state's hops are grown. T ownsend said h e a l s o w ants to grow a few of h i s own hops varieties in the hops yard. These experimental hops varieties, which haven't been named yet, are being developed so they have a strong aroma and a strong resistance to diseases and pests. Brewmasters are a l w ays looking for new ways they can flavor their products and come out with new types and styles of beer, he said. And disease and pest resistance would let farmers grow e xperimental hops varieties with little or no chemical pesticides, something that would reduce their environmental footprint and could lead t o t h e m b e i ng grown organically. Kennedy said developing a variety of hops that could be grown organically would have a huge impact on the craft beer industry. That's because on Jan. 1. the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Organic Standards Board officially removed hops from its list of ingredients that could be grown using non-organic methods but still included in products that were labelled as being organic. Kennedy said the decision, which was announced about two years ago, could have a huge impact on the craft beer industry. Growing hops on a commercial scalerequires a lot of pesticides and fertilizers because of their vulnerability to pests and disease. "There'ssome places that are totally based on growing organic beer," Kennedy said, adding these businesses must now find an organically grown hops variety if they want to continue labelling their product as such. Only time will tell whether the experimental v a r ieties of hops planted in Worthy's hops yard on Friday can fill this niche and meet the emerging demand for an all-organic beer. A considerable amount of time. — Reporter: 541-617-7816, mmclean®bendbulletin.com

McDormand barfing on the side of a Minnesota highway. Roger Ebert taught me to love the movies, and therefore life itself, and I will have this love for the rest of my life. So w ill others.There are scores of thankful apprentices out there today, humming w it h g r i ef and gratitude in newsrooms, in the blogosphere, on Twitter, in darkening movie theaters. Darkening, darkening, darkening and then: the drums and blaring brass as 20th Century Fox spins its searchlights, and we are again enraptured by lives and worlds beyond our own. Our guide to these worlds is gone, but because of him we know the terrain.

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'Evil Dead' could scare 'G.l. Joe' off No. 1 By Amy Kaufman Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" could be demonized by "EvilDead" at the box office this weekend as the horror film aims to possess No. 1. A fter d e b uting w i t h $40.5 million, the action sequel will likely take in an additional $20 million during its second weekend in theaters, according to those who have seen pre-release audience surveys. That will put the film in a tight race for the top spot against "Evil Dead," which is poised to start off with a solid sum of between $20 million and $25 mi llion. The weekend's other new release, a 3-D version of the 2-decade-old "Jurassic Park," will likely open with a r e s pectable $15 million. "Evil Dead" is the fourth installment in the horror f ranchise o r iginated b y filmmaker Sam Raimi in 1983. The new film is the first not to be directed by R aimi, who h elmed t h e series' third entry, "Army of Darkness," two decades ago. Raimi di d p r oduce "Evil Dead," but the movie was written and directed by Uruguay native and Hollywood newcomer Fede Alvarez. T he sequel, which i s generating the most interest among young males, has received particularly strong reviews for a horror film: On Thursday, the picture had notched a 76 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Initially released in 1993, Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" was a blockbuster, grossing $914 million worldwide and spawning a franchise. Next summer, "Jurassic Park 4" is set to hittheaters 13 years after the release of the series' third installment. Based on Michael Crichton's novel, "Jurassic Park"

follows a group of people dealing with the dangers of an amusement park full of cloned dinosaurs. Universal Pictures spent about $10 million to convert the 20-year-old classic to 3-D — a nine-month-long process that involved more than 700 artists. But a number of 3-D rereleases have had trouble at the box office in recent years. Walt Disney Studios saw its reformatted "The Lion King" gross almost $100 million two years ago, but other 3-D versions of the studio's animated films failed to become box-office hits.

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Born in the middle of the 15th century, during the Renaissance, artist and visionary Leonardo da Vinci was one of the most brilliant and restless minds of a glittering and restive age. One would think that sticking 100 percent of the time to the facts of the life of a man described by contemporary Giorgio Vasari as having a "beauty of body never sufficiently extolled," an "infinite grace" and "great bodily strength," with a "spirit and courage ever royal and magnanimous" wouldbe enough for a dramatic cable series. And that's not even mentioning the major works of art he's known best for: the enigmatic portrait "Mona Lisa," the reverent and yet dynamic "The Last Supper," and one of the most famous pen-and-ink drawings of all time, depicting the beauty of proper proportions, called "Vitruvian Man." On Friday,Starz premieres "Da Vinci's Demons," a creation of writer David S. Goyer ("Batman Begins," "The Dark Knight," "The Dark K n ight Rises"), that uses the life of Leonardo da Vinci (Tom Ri-

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model Vanessa (Hera Hilmar); teenage apprentice Nico Machiavelli (Eros Vlahos); bon vivant Giuliano Medici (Tom Bateman); and painter, sculptor and architect Andrea Verrocchio (Allan Corduner). What is true is that Leonardo da Vinci was a bit of an intelStarz lectual hummingbird, landing Lara Pulver stars in "Da Vinci's Demons," an unusual mix of hison different pursuits just long tory and fantasy that takes place in Italy during the Renaissance. enough to get a taste but not often sticking around to become an accomplished master. It's a testament to his native ines him as a w o manizing somethinghappened ina cave. swashbuckler searching for We don't know exactly what genius, then, that the things he the mythical "Book of Leaves" happened. He sketched it, and actually finished — aside from with the help of a p ossibly he said that, sort of, something reams of journal entries and — or probably — imaginary horrific happened to him in a sketches of ingenious invenfigure called The Turk (Alex- cave. And that's something we tions and the intricacies of the ander Siddig). explore in this show. body and the natural world "I also thought it was in— are deathless works of art. In Goyer's mind, the comic "He was so mercurial," says book parallels are obvious. teresting that Bob Kane, the "There are some parallels to creator of Batman, originally Riley, "and so much was writBatman," he says. "He had big based da Vinci's — I'm sorry ten about how his mind flitted fatherissues,you know, miss- — Batman's cape on da Vinci's from one thing to the next, and ing parent. Obviously, both glider. So there are sort of two how frustrated he got, how obsessed with flight. Both had figures that have always been charming he could be when these formative horrific inci- kind of inextricably linked." necessary, and then how andents where they were trapped Among G oyer's c olorful gry he would get. "To get to play all these difin caves — or, in Batman's cast of figures in decadent case, a well. Florence, Italy (some based ferent things in one role, in "There was one that da Vin- loosely on history), are Luone job, that's a gift." ci wrote about in his own jour- crezia Donati (Laura H adAs to what he might think nals when he was 13 where dock),the mistress of Lorenzo of this version of Leonardo if

Dear Abby: I'm a member of a c lose-knit theater company f o r teens, and I auditioned for the musical "Fame." The director wants to give me a role as one of the teachers. Show after show, I get matronly roles with n o m e m oraDEAR ble lines or f u n ny ABBY scenes. I don't know if I should accept the part. If I do, I'll get to be with my friends. If I don't, there will still be another show coming up that I can audition for. What should I do? — Young Actress In Michigan Dear Young Actress: Grab all the time you can get on stage. If you didn't have the depth it takes to portray a mature role, your director wouldn't want to assign it to you. This is a compliment about your abilities. Audition for the next show as well. The more varied the rolesyou play,the more you can develop your craft. Dear Abby: My husband and I decided to take some classes at a local community college. We both have collegedegrees, but there was a class we were interested in. We

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8 p.m.onANPL,"My Cat From Hell" — In the season premiere, "Deaf, Blind andBiting," cat behavior expert Jackson Galaxy works with Michelle and Lyndi, a mother and daughter whose aging cat, Burberry, has become hostile and violent toward their new kitten. He alsomeets David and Rebecca, who want to start a family but worry about bringing a baby into the household with Leo the cat, who picks fights with the dog up to 15 times a day. 8 p.m. onHBO, Movie: "Prometheus" — Director Ridley Scott's return to the space-thriller genre led tomuchspeculation that it would be an"Alien" prequel, and at the very least, some of the themes are the same inthe challenging and visually striking 2012 saga. Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba and Logan Marshall-Green play members of an intergalactic crew in search of ancient predecessors, with Michael Fassbender as anandroid who's also aboard (yes, a link to "Alien"). 9 p.m. onH C), "20/20" — In the new episode "General Hospital: The Real Soap Dish," Katie Couric takes viewers on an armchair tour behind the scenes in the fictional town of Port Charles. Shetalks with current and former stars of "GH" and reflects on the careers the show launched, the songs it sent to the top of the charts and the issues it brought to the forefront. Interviewees include Anthony Geary, Genie Francis, Maurice Benardand executive producer FrankValentini.

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• .35acre lot in Caldera Springs • Par 3 golf course adjacent • Short distance from the Lake House, Zeppa Bistro & Quarry Pool • Residents enjoy biking 8< walking paths & Caldera Links • Canoe, kayak & fish in the multiple lakes 8 streams MLS 201302378

• Timeless Elegance • Expansive golf course view • Custom built in 1992 • Well appointed features • Spacious outdoor living, hot tub • Abundant windows, light & bright • Quiet cul-de-sac, 1/3 acre lot

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• Exceptional location, very shortdistance to SHARC and Sunriver Village • Built in 2004, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths (2 masters) • Open floor plan, 2215 SF • Deckwith hottub • Excellent furniture pkg. avail. MLS¹201203762

• 3 BD/3 BA, 2228 SF • Located on the 15th hole

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3120 YellowRibbon Call Shelly Swanson, Brokerl 541-408-0086

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

Spectacular FairwaySetting in BrokenTopl $250,000

Deschutes River Front Building Sitel $299,900

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21140 Keyte Lane l $310,000 • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2071 SF • Outdoor living at its BEST • One le velhom e • 1.11 acres

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Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO

541-480-4186 l melanieemelaniemaitre.com

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One-of-a-Kind Tetherow Homesitel $375,000

Vlntage Bungalow In theheart of Sistersl $389,000

Luxury Townhomesl Offered from $424,750

• Expansive,one acre homesite • Elevated, overlooking ¹3, ¹4, ¹5 & ¹6 fairways • Fabulous mountain, water, and

•4 bedrooms,2 fullbaths,2564SF • Inviting living room w/gas fireplace

terrain views • Unique site offering

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

• Large fencedyard

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Delightful in NW Bendl $310,000

A dorable SE Cottage

• Desirable singlelevel homein the Views of OakTree • SPaCiauS OPen deSignSituated Ona generoussizeloi • Backyardis landscaped&fuly fenced • Some mountainviews • Freshly Iepaintedandmove-in ready

• 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2744 SF • Master on main • Beautifully landscaped .17 acre lot • Desirable open concept floor plan •Peek-a-boo mountainviews • Oversized 2-car garage w/shop area MLS¹201302401

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• Exquisite NW Style home • 190B SF, 3bed, 3 bath w/large loft • Vaulted ceilings andwood floors ' Tile counters and pull-out shelving • Large backyard with patio Ik mountain views • Large master w/double sinks and walk-in closet MLS¹201302157

• Approx. 1.60 acres • Bonus Mt. Bachelor view • Well and Septic • Well maintained gravel road • 54653 Silver Fox Dr. MLS¹201209514

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Beautiful Deschutes River Lot l $99,900

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• Great room + living/dining rooms • Rustic maple hardwood floors - • Spacious kitchen w/island • Beautiful master suite • Fully fenced, large backyard

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Custom Log Home l $425,000

Joseph, Oregon l $439,000

2486 NW Hem mingway St. l $439,900

C ustom Home 5t h Fairway l $447,700

Listed byThe Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team,

• Located in the Wild Rivercommunity w/private access to the Deschutes River and forest serviceland • 2759SF,3+car garage&shop • Hand scribed log home by Treehouse • Main floor masterwith en-suite bath • Large wood burning fireplacewith real stone • Priced well below replacement cost! www.bendpropertysource.com/listings for video andadditional info.

• 2560 SF, 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths • Bonus room BI office • Desirable NW Bend location • 3-car garage • Fenced yard w/sprinkler system • Easterly Mtn, City & Old Mill Views MLS ¹201302526

• Panoramic views of the Wallowa Mountains • Build er'sown custom home • 1B52 SF,.34 acre • Granite counters, custom cabinets • Solid wood doors, Western Birch hardwood floors • Central location - 6 blocks from downtown MLS¹201100699

Call Brian Ladd, Broker l 541-408-3912

Call 8 Sandy Sandy Kohlmoos, Brokers l 541-408.4309

Call Jordan Haase, Principal Broker l 541-420-1559

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West Side Park-like Setting l $479,000

High Desert LandscapeFrommany areas in the home, • Recently updated with beautiful hard wood floors, high end Europeanpellet stove & energy efficient watei heater

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Equestrian Meadows l $785,000

Contemporary City Living l $820,000

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• Great roomdesign. Wonderful indoor and outdoor ivingspacious,quiet cul-desac location

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• River views from nearly everyroom • • Rich-toned oakhardwood floors • Custom distressed kitchen cabinetry • 5ab granitecounters • Pro-quality SS appliances • Montanastonefireplace ,N4 ., F l = . - ' • • Mainhouse-3bds,2.5ba,24505F jlli • Guestquarters-2bds,1bath,7BBSF MLS¹201301B56

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• Prepare to be wowed! • 3700 IMMACULATE SFloaded with upgrades • 3 bedrooms, 4 full baths, office, hobby/playroom off kitchen • 20x20ft.bonus room & beautifulmastersuite • Large custom kitchen is a chef's delight • Common areasurrounds home on 2 sides • 1800 SF of storage under the house • Beautifully landscaped with 50' water feature • Call Sue for list of all exceptional features

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• Custom wood cabinets & built-ins • Covered deck, expansive views • One level, great room, oak floors • Oversized 2-car garage • Enjoy abundant wildlife

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River Canyon Estates This is not a drive by. NW Crossing - Lovely 4 $550,000 One of Sage New Construction - 3 Cute studio cabin on Large craftsman style 1 6751 SW Dove R d . Call for details. There Bdrm, 3 bath, 2800 sq ft Builders award winbdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 1.28 acre. $55,000. Prineville home. 2703 B eautiful cust o m I $349,000 • 2452 sq.ft. is much more to this home with great room, ning homes. Facing s q.ft., vaulted, g a s 15956 Jaco b s en sq. ft. 4 bedrooms, 3 2,500 sq.ft. Iog home • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath property than meets master suite, loft family east and on the ¹17 furnace-range-water Road. Hig h L a k es baths. $159,000 on 4.9 acres. Gour• Near Deschutes River t he eye. Land e x- area. $497,400. fairway of the Chalheater, fenced, land- Realty & Pr o perty MLS¹201203228 met kitchen w/cherry Open Sat & Sun, 1-4, Trail tends from Hwy 97 l enge Course. L o scaped. $16 2 ,900 Management Call Don Chapin, Broc abinets, gran i t e 2361 NW Lemhi Pass • MLS 201302055 541-536-0117 back beyond the MH cated behind the priMLS ¹ 2 01 2 08875 ker, 541-350-6777 counters, 8 f armer's 541-550-0333 Minda McKitrick, on property; MH to be vate security gate as Pam Lester, Principal Redmond RE/MAX sink. Great room has South Fawn Broker, GRI removed upon sale. you enter the Ridge. B roker, Century 2 1 50760 Land & Homes floor to ceiling win747 541-280-6148 Almost 3 a cres, all Offers 3 bedrooms, Gold Country Realty, Top-of-the-line 3 bdrm Real Estate dows w/mtn v iews. h ome w i t h sh o p , utilities in & ready for Southwest Bend Homes 3.5 baths, 3376 sq. ft. Inc. 541-504-1338 Hickory hardwood & T wo homes o n t w o $169,000. High Lakes your build. $125,000 Home-ID 941 tile f loors. R a diant NEW Construction! 3 commercial lots sold Realty & Pr o perty www.johnlscott.com/3 Near Old Mill District 3 Eagle Crest Properties bdrm, 2 b ath, 1700 heating. MORRIS as one. Owner terms floor Management 6677 Faye P hillips, bdrm, 2~/~ bath, 2398 866-722-3370 $499,999 MLS REAL ESTATE avable. $124,900 sq.ft, 23 acre lot, tile 541-536-0117 Broker 541-480-2945 s q. ft ., coun t r y Stick built Dutch barn. floors, tile backsplash, 201208751. J u niper MORRIS t& p d l y O d da p« d MLS¹201300807 John L. Scott kitchen, maple cabiRealty, 541-504-5393 REAL ESTATE Call J u li e F a h lgren home. $110,000 landscaped, fenced. 51350 Anchor Way Real Estate, Bend nets. 6970 sq. ft. Iot. style NE BendI $192,000 Cabin on 1.25 acre 541-550-0098 MLS¹201300648 $169,900 $238,500 Cr a f tsman www.johnlscott.com • 1206 sq.ft. $180,000. MLS¹ w/city water, $59,900 Crooked River Realty MLS201209125 style 4 bedroom, 3 Call Linda Lou SE Bend I $825,000 201208231 • 2 bedroom, 2 bath Day-Wright, Pam Lester, Principal High Lakes Realty & Two rental homes on bath home w/views. Three Pines I $585,000 Pam Lester, Principal • 4072 sq.ft. • Turn key property P roperty Man a g e B roker, Century 2 1 Broker, 541-771-2585 • 3488 sq.ft. • 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath the same property, R elax in s w ing o n B roker Century 2 1 • MLS 201204680 ment 541-536-0117 Gold Country Realty, front porch! 2 • 3 bedroom, 4.5 bath Gold Country Realty, Crooked River Realty both currently rented. covered Amy Halligan, Broker • 20 acres with views Inc. 541-504-1338 b edrooms on m a i n • Top of the line finishes Inc. 541-504-1338 • MLS 201301102 5 3610 Brookie, C u s Don't miss this one. 541-410-9045 $120,000 Open floor level/open floor plan/ • MLS 201300652 Sue Conrad, t om 2500 sq. ft. + Owner terms avail3 bdrm/2 bath. cozy fireplace /great Virginia Ross, Broker, Traditional Sale! Coun- plan. Broker, CRS able. $ 5 3 ,500 guest suite. $380,000 Large .21 acre fenced Need to get an ad kitchen. Bonus space ABR, CRS, GRI try living but just min- lot/patio. Double at541-480-6621 High Lakes Realty & MLS¹201300810 upstairs/ triple car ga541-480-7501 in ASAP? utes to Bend. New Property Man a ge Call Julie Fahlgren tached garage. rage/ large back deck/ carpet, ne w s t ove, ment 541-536-0117 541-550-0098 Call VIRGINIA, PrinciMORRIS p atio/fenced yar d . and vaulted ceilings. Crooked River Realty pal Broker, Fax it to 541-322-7253 51340 Anchor Way REAL ESTATE MLS¹ 201300385 Call Relax on your deck 541-350-3418 VIRGINIA, P r incipal I dp d lyO d d Op d $39,900. 1.25 a c re overlooking your very MORRIS Redmond RE/MAX The Bulletin Classifieds with city water and Homes with Acreage Broker, 541-350-3418 s ecluded acr e l o t ! MORRIS Land 8 Homes REAL ESTATE Redmond RE/MAX sewer. High L a kes Just too many $109,000 REAL ESTATE Real Estate Land 8 Homes Realty & Pr o perty Mike Wilson, Broker Views, Views, Views in I dp d lyO d d O p d New construction! NE collectibles? Real Estate Management Shevlin Ridge Beauty. 541-977-5345 or 2 bdrm, 2 bath on 1.12 Redmond $165,900 Powell Butte! Custom Traditional Sale. West Tumalo Acreage 541-389-7910 acres. $129,000 MLS 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 541-536-0117 3479 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 298.45 acre small ranch Sell them in side custom - Skyline 6 4474 Coyote R u n . Hunter Properties LLC ¹201203821 2y2 bath, b e autiful 153053 ft. 2-story home, 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, 1092 H w y 97. Call Linda Lou D ay- sq. The Bulletin Classifieds R anch Rd. 4 B d r m 4/2.5+ Bonus room, 5 fireplace in great sq. ft. frame home in cook's dream kitchen, $649,000. High Lakes Wright, Broker. gas bath, 2 90 0 S q . ft., acres, o u t buildings, 748 6.81 acres w/2 large room. L a ndscaped Wheeler Ranch, built Realty 8 Pro p erty stainless steel, gran- amazing kitchen. MLS Northeast Bend Homes 541-771-2585 with sprinkler system in 2004, has vaulted separate s hops/ga- Management 541-385-5809 ite, cherry cabinets, ¹201209378 Crooked River Realty rages. $475,000. MLS 541-536-0117 MLS¹201209172 ceilings, gas fireplace, 201207007. courtyard off master, Holly Garner, Broker S QUEAKY Ca ll Jim Hinton CLEA N 2 -Story home in N W tile and appliances. Jeanne S c h arlund, NE Bend I $264,900 huge bonus r oom. 541-480-4208 Large 1980 sq. ft. NE 541-420-6229 Redmond. Large 1705 Double attached ga• 1451 sq.ft. More at www.central- Fred Real Estate Group B end home. S p a- sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Central Oregon Realty 541 -420-7978. r age, front yard i s Central • 2 bedroom, 2 bath orhome.com/featured. Realty c ious l i ving r o o m Knotty alder cabinets, Group, LLC landscaped & decora- Group Oregon • .59 acre lot Walk to River. www.johnlscott.com/1 LLC w/gas FP, 3 bdrm, 2.5 SS appli a nces, Newer Single S t ory tive fence, very clean, • MLS 201300499 Remodeled! 5743 Ed Green, Brofront/back landmust see. $93,000 Equestrian Del i g ht! 2002 MH .98 acres with bath $185,900. MLS¹ Greg Miller, P.C., ker 541-598-5666 201280332. Call Jim scaped with irrigation. h ome, 3 b d rm, 2 5 MLS¹ 201209339 2-acre lot boasts 576 360 View / Top of Butte garage/shop, w a ter Broker, CRS, GRI John L. Scott bath, office, sunroom, Hinton 541-420-6229 Cascade Realty, sq. ft., 2-stall barn, in Terrebonne. Home, $189,900. Jim Hinton 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, 541-408-1511 f eature, fire p it , 8 Central Real Estate, Bend Oregon Realty 541-420-6229 541-536-1731 w/2-runs, hay s t r g, shop, mansion building green house. N ew www.johnlscott.com mtn & S m ith R o ck Group, LLC Central Oregon Realty views. $269,000. MLS matted a i s les/stalls,site. 2% to broker. See: flooring - Travertine, The Bulletin's wash rack/tack bldg, http://bend.craigslist.org/ tile, d o ors, l i g hts,T wo homes o n t h e Group, LLC ¹ 201206306 Pam Take care of Lg turnout area 8 Irg reo/3723860691.html "Call A Service sinks paint & MORE! banks of a large ca- 3 b edroom, 2 b a t h , Lester, Principal Brolevel arena. 1/4 mile your investments Call f o r deta i ls! ker, Century 21 Gold Professional" Directory MORRIS nal. Unique s etting 1730 sq ft home, gas to public land. Frame 3 b edroom, 2 b a t h , $136,900! Country Realty, Inc. with the help from fireplace, huge is all about meeting REAL ESTATE with two quality single 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. 1716 sq ft home on www.johnlscott.com/4 541-504-1338 story homes nestled kitchen, fenced. 4.45 acres. P rivate your needs. I d~ d t yO d da p «d The Bulletin's $354,900 3235 Lisa McCarthy, MLS¹201300635. o n the banks of a well 8 l a rge s hop. Newly renovated home MLS¹201203418 Call Broker, SRES "Call A Service Call on one of the Nice home i n B e nd. large irrigation canal $154,999. Pam in the heart of downNancy Popp, Broker, MLS¹201300092. 541-419-8639 Lester, Principal BroOak cabinets, island Professional" Directory in NE Bend. Both are $299,999. Pam town Redmond, close professionals today! 541-815-8000 John L. Scott in kitchen, extra insulocated on over one ker, Century 21 Gold Lester, Principal Broto dry canyon trails, Crooked River Realty Real Estate, Bend Country Realty, Inc. l ation a dded, n e w Sisters I $169,000 a cre w it h a par k ker, Century 21 Gold C entennial Park & 3 bedroom, 2 bath mfd. $309,900 Powell Butte www.johnlscott.com 541-504-1338 laminate f l oo r in • 1682 sq.ft. townhome across the canal for downtown amenities. h ome on o v e r a n 5 .58 acres w it h 3 Country Realty, Inc. 541-504-1338 kitchen and d i ning• 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath One 4 bedacre. well maintained Welcome to Paradise. privacy. b edroom, 2 b a t h , Features refurbished 2 b ath, 2391 room, large open liv- • Convenient location room home (2,424 sq. 3 1822 Secluded and gated pine hardwood floor- and has a rental. Also bdrm, sq ft home on ft. home. Cas- 7432 SW Onyx Road. ing area, cozy wood • MLS 201300538 ft.) with triple garage ing, laminate flooring has a detached dbl. sq. custom home nestled one acre, fenced, and H orse set-up a n d Mountain and stove, heat pump A/C Kelly Neuman, Broker in the kitchen & din- garage. $84,900. MLS cade against soaring 150 ft. plus a 3 be d room 2 shops! MLS¹ t oo mountain views! Smith Rock views. All & electric forced air home (1,840 sq. ft.) ¹ 201004467 541-480-2102 rim rocks and unobing room, new paint new...$191,900 Pam $84,900 MLS stainless appliances heat. Home has gutwith double garage. Cascade Realty, inside & out, master structed mountain and Lester, Principal BroCall in kitchen. Beautiful ¹ 201300988 ters and carport, large Perfect for two fami541-536-1731 s eparation, din i n g city views. Reclaimed lies or a cash flow in- ker, Century 21 Gold Curry master suite with walk Melody covered deck, chain fg area and formal dinwood throughout with home 8 property is in closet, jetted tub in 541-771-1116. l ink f e nced y a r d. with good Country Realty, Inc. ing room, a b o nusThis tuscan style high end vestment set-up to l ive. Low bath, double vanity Crooked River Realty MLS tenants. Quality con- 541-504-1338 $55,000 chef's r oom/solarium, n e w kitchen. MORRIS maint. yard w / very with marble and trav- 8996 SW Panorama Rd ¹201208196 structed homes near 821 NE Nickernut Ave, landscaping, fenced www.johnlscott.com/ta REAL ESTATE lan d scaping, ertine thr o ughout. John L. Scott Real Esschools and p a rks Redmond. Well maint. back yard, RV park- nice 2034 sq ft, 4 maramckie T a mara grass in front 8 Tack room, hay stor- Custom tate 541-548-1712 b edroom, 2.5 b a t h McKie, Broker with all city services. 3 bdrm, 2 bath 1350 ing, alley access, de- some ge, f e nced a n d h ome built i n 2 0 06 Call Gary for more Small acreage. Hard to 541-460-9072 sq. ft. h ome. Spa- tached garage w/shop b ack, fenced d o g a for w ith Mtn v iews o n details. 6 3 1 9 2 & NOTICE cious great room area area 8 storage along area, covered rear cross-fenced find small a creage John L. Scott 63198 Wa t e rcress with a gas fireplace. w/ central heat/AC. deck. 14x20 screened horses. Home-ID 988 All real estate adver- with ma n u factured Real Estate, Bend 1.53 acres. Many up$598,000 tised here in is subLandscaped front and Call Today! $189,900 party room with BBQ, Eagle Crest Properties graded features inhome on it, includes 3 www.johnlscott.com 15x20 work or craft 866-722-3370 Gary Everett, CCIM ject to t h e F e deral acres o f ir r igation, back yard with plenty MLS¹201208379 clude: hickory cabi(unfinished), 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom Principal Broker F air H o using A c t , mountain views & is of room for outdoor John L. Scott Real Es- shop nets, granite counter Want to impress the 2 4x50 3-bay s h o p 541-480-6130 which makes it illegal fenced for your horse. activities. The garage tate 541-548-1712 t ops, alder t rim & home, huge shop, with upper storage. relatives? Remodel Joan Steelhammer, to advertise any pref- Land i s is insulated and sheet doors, hardwood & tile cur r ently $299,000 Broker erence, limitation or leased on month to your home with the r ocked with a w o rk Nice quiet street in Ter- Home has 4 bdrm, 3 floors. Th e m a ster MLS¹201203307 541-419-3717 rebonne. 2 bd, 1 bath bath, large open liv Julie Fahlgren, Broker, discrimination based month basis. Prop- help of a professional bench and 220 AMP bath has a garden tub ing area, office or den Remax on race, color, reli- erty is close to airport, service. $14 9 ,900 home. $ 8 4 ,900 541-550-0098 with tile surround & from The Bulletin's off living room. All MLS¹201301067 MLS 201301310 separate tile shower gion, sex, handicap, town & public land as "Call A Service Call J u li e F a h lgren buildings have metal Crooked River Realty 750 familial status or na- well. Don't miss this Juniper Realty, $250,000 541-550-0098 roofs. Horse property, Professional" Directory Horse property w i th tional origin, or inten- rare find. $199,900. 541-504-5393 MLS¹ 201208347 Redmond Homes Crooked River Realty o n p a v e d roa d . barn, over 5 a cres. tion to make any such MLS¹201004860 Juniper Realty, 2-Story 3 $269,900. MLS F enced an d c r o ss 541-504-5393 preferences, l i mita- D 8 D R e alty GroupWell maintained 3 bed- $599,900 It's all about Beautiful NW REDMOND - 3 bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 201207419. Cascade fenced. $119,900 tions or discrimination. LLC 541-923-8664 room, 2 bath, 1538 SF the views! Stunning sq. ft., stainless applibedroom, 2.5 bath. Realty, 541-536-1731 MLS ¹201300986 Call We will not knowingly TURN THE PAGE home, fenced yard, Smith Rock and city ances, gas fireplace. Built-ins, tile kitchen 541-550-0098. J u l ie accept any advertis- Sun Meadows! T h is l arge c o r ne r lot , v iews from this i ncounters, gas fire- Very spacious 1994, For More Ads quality craf t sman Landscaped with irriFahlgren ing for r eal e state credibly built 3 bdrm, vaulted ceilings. Oak place in the living 4bdrm/2bath 1755 sq. Crooked River Realty $194 , 900. The Bulletin which is in violation of home boasts of cul- cabinets, soaking tub, 3.5 bath, 3250 sq. ft. gation room. $126,500 ft. mfd. home on 1.27 this law. All persons tured stone accents. s torage an d s h o p home! Enjoy the cov- MLS¹201208280 MLS¹201209508 acres. Living rm, fam- 5 2916 Old L ake R d 9.33 acres in P owell kitchen w i th Jim Hinton, are hereby informed Large ered patio with those Call TRAVIS HANNAN, ily rm, dining area & $199,000. Two 1848 walk-in pantry, t ile, area. All on a corner 541-420-6229 Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 that all dwellings adviews back- Central Oregon Realty Principal Broker, utility rm Large 2 car sq.ft. h o m es , 40 floors & gas lot. MLS ¹201301298 easterly b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , vertised are available hardwood ing to common area acres. High L a k es $42,000 541-788-3480 a rage. Sold as i s . fireplace. Sun MeadGroup, LLC on an equal opportuand short distance to John L. Scott Real Redmond RE/MAX Pr o perty 3-car garage, barn, 69,900. MLS Realty & o ws ha s i t s ow n shop, with RV door. Irnity basis. The Bullesports center, swim- Beautiful home in Great Land 8 Homes ¹ 201300535. Ca s - Management, community pool, park Estate 541-548-1712 rigated. $35 9 , 000 tin Classified ming pools, s pray condition $184,900 Real Estate cade Realty, 541-536-0117 a nd 1/2 cour t . MLS ¹ 20 1 2 037129 park. Home-ID 989 Single level, 3 bdrms, 2 541-536-1731 $259,500. Tony Levi12250 NW Dove Rd Pam Lester, Principal Old world charm with FOR SALE Eagle Crest Properties baths, office, 1792 sq. Looking for your next Broker Custom cedar s ided B roker, Century 2 1 4 015 sq . f t . m a i n son, 866-722-3370 756 ft. 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ExtenReal Estate ad. hole of the Challenge D8D Realty Group LLC h ardwood floors & bdrm & 2.5 bath home ceives over aniellesnow Danielle sive Remodel... on a Course at Eagle Crest FANTASTIC VIEWS of 866-346-7868 1.5 million page larg e new swimming pool. n estled in Snow, Broker large corner lot. Par- Widgi Creek Fairway I Resort. Floor to ceil- city and Smith Rock. views every month On completely fenced 72'X60' barn/shop on 541-306-1015 $685,000 ing windows bring the L arge h o m e wi t h Priced to Sell! Affordtially furnished priced • 2930 sq.ft., 2.5 bath at no extra cost. 9.6 acres w/8.3 acres acres. $385,000 John L. Scott outside in for bright huge g reat r o o m. a ble l i v ing, g r e at 4.81 at $433,000; Unfur- • 2 suites, 1 on main irrigation. Bulletin Classifieds MLS¹ 201101447 Real Estate, Bend and o p e n liv i ng. Easy access to Bend starter or investment. nished p r i ce d at • On 5th green & 6th www.johnlscott.com/k Get Results! Juniper Realty, www.johnlscott.com Home-ID 352 & Sisters. $180,000. $48,400. $425,000. Call today fairway elliecook. Kellie Cook, Call 385-5809 or 541-504-5393 Eagle Crest Properties MLS¹201201489 MLS¹201208170 for more details. Su- • MLS 201301021 place your ad on-line Broker 541-322-9925 PointswestI $529,000 866-722-3370 Call Travis Hannan, D&D Realty Group LLC 14198 SW Nine Peaks san Pitarro, Broker John L. Scott at • 3035 sq.ft. townhome Craig Smith, Broker Principal Broker, 866-346-7868 Pl Mtn views from 541-410-8084 or bendbulletin.com Real Estate, Bend • 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath 541-322-2417 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 541-788-3480 this 1960 sq. ft., 3 541-389-7910 www.johnlscott.com • Close to the River trail .29 acres with the View of Mt. Jefferson Redmond RE/MAX bedroom, 2 bath Hunter Properties LLC • MLS 201203181 backyard bordering Land & Homes 755 Wonderfully loc a ted home on 1.16 acre. Gorgeous mountain e Deborah Benson, PC, the canal in RedReal Estate SW BendI $170,000 Sunriver/La Pine Homes h ome with a c o m - U pdated with n e w views! 36y acres IrriBroker, GRI mond. Recently upmanding view of Mt. • 1440 sq.ft. manufac& vinyl flooring gated w/small cabin, 1 541-480-6448 dated with warm col- Gentlemen Farm & Re- 40 acre horse property. Jefferson and the sur- carpet tured MORRIS and interior has been bedroom, 1 bath, post irement. Cust o m ors, new flooring & rounding area. Beau• .35 acre lot sible OWC! $225,000. REAL ESTATE freshly painted. 936 home ove r looking $149,900. 87479 N. fixtures throughout. tiful well kept home • Close to Farewell MLS ¹201201125. I d p d 1 |O H d Op «d Willow Creek w/Cas- Star Ln. High Lakes with spacious rooms. sq. ft. garage has a MLS¹201301070 Bend Park Call Charlie, DesigPr o perty MLS¹201206924 shop area, 2 bays 8 cade Mtn. views. 2892 Realty & Kelly Starbuck, Prin• MLS 201301627 Year-Round V acation nated Broker, 50 amp power for an SF 1-level home w/in- Management cipal Broker, $239,000 D&D Realty MORRIS Scott Huggin, Home. Cozy Tollgate 541-350-3419 541-536-0117 R V. S e parate R V door pool, 3360 SF 541-923-0855 Group LLC REAL ESTATE Broker, GRI home on half an acre Redmond RE/MAX covered storage and shop, 2nd home & Nice double wide MFH 866-346-7868 541-322-1500 with room for y o ur Redmond RE/MAX Land & Homes I& p d I ly O d dOp « d carport. $139,500 o ther b l dgs. 6 9 . 8 Land 8 Homes horse. Live an active on just over 1.5 acre Real Estate MLS¹ 201208272 acres w/62 acs of irWOW! Look at these Real Estate on cul-de-sac. Close Powell Butte Estate lifestyle, c l ubhouse, Juniper Realty, r ig. Home has t o o views! Cascade mtns Great Country home t o BLM. C ould b e swimming pool, bik1 0888 P o well B u t te 541-504-5393 Gour m et many features to list. has fenced property Nice horse property. from your living room. H wy. 4 / 4 .5 , 4 7 0 0 ing, horseshoes & $449,900 Adjoins BLM. Home has been up1620 SF home adjoins for animals. Wondersq.ft., on large acretennis courts nearby. kitchen, new granite Newer septic. Fenced MORRIS for pe t s . Shop dated with newer heat 90-acre pasture with ful location and a nice age, hayfields, huge Mary Johnston, Bro- counter tops, master MLS¹201206931 REAL ESTATE $795,000 p ump and al l n e w 2-mile walking trail. shop area. Ready for suite + 2 guest bedw/raised wood floor, mountain views. ker, 541-420-0891 I d p d I ly 0 d dl lp d rooms & bathrooms John L. Scott Real Es- power, lights, work floors as well. Great Heat pump, propane a family wanting to Teri Cravens, Broker John L. Scott ranch-style home with stove, dbl gar + bolive on acreage and on the main floor with tate 541-548-1712 541-647-0910 SW Bend - 61131 KeReal Estate, Bend benches. mud room lots of room to play. nus rm . $ 1 39,900. have room to spread a huge loft overlook- Great Home - Terrific sq. ft. not included in Fred Real Estate Group pler St. 5/2.5+ huge www.johnlscott.com ing the great room, Condition! $167,500. home sq.ft. Owner will $172,000 out. MLS¹201209328 MLS¹20120766 bonus room. Enjoy and an expansive trex Corner Lot, 2016 sq. consider carrying con MLS¹201208213 Call Nancy Popp $249,900 Private in L a P i ne the Bend River Trail! 746 D8D Realty Group LLC 541 -815-8000 D&D Realty Group LLC ideal for enter- ft., 3 bdrm, 2.5 baths, tract with large down. 5 2222 Lechner L n . MLS¹ 201301015 Northwest Bend Homes deck, 866-346-7868 866-346-7868 taining. 3 bedroom, 3 open floor plan, fam- $79,500 Crooked River Realty MLS¹ Builder's custom John Furrow, Broker ath. 2680 s q . f t . ily room, living room, 201300765 Cascade h ome, s hop, o u t 541-647-0910 Northwest b u n galow. b Home-ID 718 buildings, bonus over Fred Real Estate Group LOOK ... the perfect la n dscaped, Realty, 541-536-1731 Eagle Crest Properties patio, shop. ¹201300397 fenced RV area. 152232 Long PrairieTerrango Glen - 3 bed- NW Bend bungalow in 866-722-3370 home len Holly Garner, Broker need of your personal Jim Hinton r oom, 2.5 baths i n Home, 4-car s hop, 541-480-4208 541-420-6229 touches. Cute 3 bedstorage, $ 1 4 9,900. a Enjoy t h i s Fred Real Estate Group 2276ysq.ft. o n room home with full $ 199,900 Oregon Realty High Lakes Realty & 13,500ysq.ft. Iot . b eautiful view f r om Central UMPQUA Group, LLC basement, rear alley P roperty Man a g e Tiered landscape 8 the Sisters to Smith Quail Crossing I B A N K access and p r ivate Rock on the deck of stairs to Canal level ment 541-536-0117 $289,000 Investment Opportunity fenced yard with magathering area w/firethis townhome. This 2 • 1745 sq.ft. ure trees a n d a bdrm, 2 b ath, 1419 3 b d rm , c h a rming52970 Walker Way pit & p i cnic g rove. t10x12 • 3 bedroom, 2 bath structure. The sq. ft. townhome fea- Bungalow style home, $184,000. 3 bd, 2 ba, Open 2 s t ory f loor • New construction in d owntown R e dgarage. High plan with great room upgraded kitchen has tures, wal l - to-wall mond. Detached ga- attached • MLS 201208685 Lakes Realty & Prop a garden window, plus living space that is windows, built- in en- rage, lot of off street erty Greg Floyd, Man a gement l ight & b r i ght w i t h vinyl windows, gas tertainment c e n ter, p arking. Zoned f o r P.C., Broker m any w indows 8 heat & bathroom with propane fireplace and home office, residen- 541-536-0117 541-390-5349 custom lights. Granite claw foot tub. There large great room for tial, could be c o n- 52375 Ammon Road. tile countertops, may be room to add a entertaining. verted to commercial Modified A - F rame, garage with an apartstainless steel appliHome-ID 796 u se. $99,9 0 0 . huge shop. $269,900. ances & porcelain ce- ment. Call Gary for Eagle Crest Properties MLS¹201206148 High Lakes Realty 8 ramic tile. Gas ?re- more details. 1 1 07 866-722-3370 P roperty Man a g e Call Kelly Starbuck, MORRIS NW Federal $250,000 place with s t acked Principal Broker, ment 541-536-0117 REAL ESTATE Gary Everett, CCIM rock surround, wood $220,000 This is not a 541-350-3419 Principal Broker lyO d d ap «d m antle 8 buil t - in short sale. Very priRedmond RE/MAX What are you 541-480-6130 bookcases 8 c a b ivate setting, CreekLand & Homes Redmond I $194,995 Joan Steelhammer, nets on either side. side V i llage t o w nlooking for? Real Estate • 1946 sq.ft. Broker L arge m a i n fl o o r home s it s be s i de You'll find it in • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath 541 -41 9-371 7 master bedroom 8 pond 8 creek, in im- Lots o f pos s ibilities • Extensive remodel Remax bath. Formal dining maculate c o ndition, h ere! 0.26 L ot , 3 The Bulletin Classifieds • MLS 201301603 room 8 guest powder a nd s h ow s tru e Bdrm, 1 Bath, freshly Nicolette Jones, Broker room too. Loft family pride-of-ownership. painted interior, wood Say "goodbuy" 541-241-0432 room w i t h bu i l t-in Premium up g rade floors, R5. $99,000 541-385-5809 to that unused computer/desk unit. MLS¹201208899 package, 3 bdrms, 2.5 • - th $315,000 MLS b aths, 1871 sq . f t . Call Virginia, 11728 S u n Fo r e st, item by placing it in I • I II s s . s • • . • ¹201209150 Paver deck w/wrought Principal Broker 2 Bdrm, 1104 sq.ft., The Bulletin Classifieds iron railing. Home-ID I• I I • I 541-350-3418 Bobbie Strome, Bunkhouse. $108,000 MORRIS Principal Broker 877 Redmond RE/MAX High Lakes Realty & ••I I• REAL ESTATE John L Scott Real Eagle Crest Properties Land & Homes Property Man a ge • • II I 'I • • 541 -385-5809 Estate 541-385-5500 866-722-3370 Real Estate ment 541-536-0117 IlyO d d Op I d Mtn. Views I $650,000 • 2992 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 3 bath • 5.1 acres • MLS 201206500 Diane Lozito, Broker 541-548-3598 541-306-9646 •

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Hand-hewn, prow front 1.62 acre flat lot with Nice mountain views. NW Bend j $495,000 SW Shad Rd. Located log home on 1.5 acre A Huge Price Reduc- some improvements 3.09 acres. $95,950- • 40 acres on a p a ved street. Snowberry Village ¹70 Snowberry Village ¹98 63737 Cascade Village • Tumalo Creek flows rim lot! Stunning Cas- tion!! A h ouse with for RV use. Perfect, MLS¹2609088 This 2.7 acre parcel Dr., $64,900 Enjoy $69,500 $79,500 cade & D e s chutes everything! Located in flat building site. AdCall Linda Lou Daythrough property has Mt. Jefferson & • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. mtn. views from large • Borders National ForRiver Canyon views. 3 Diamond Peaks on a joins gree n belts. Wright, Broker, Smith Rock v i ews. attached 2-car garage • 1404 sq. ft. 1999 Sil covered front deck, bdrm, 2.5 bath + ga- quiet cul-de-sac. at $59,900 541-771-2585 est The lot is level with • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil vercrest very open living area r age. $239, 9 00 1 41980 Crooked River Realty • MLS 201209443 many building sites. vercrest Emer a l d MLS¹201205397 • Vaulted ceilings - de with updated carpet & MLS¹201301080. C all N a nc y Po p p , Craig Long, Broker Crooked River Ranch • Large living room, din signer colors M eadows Way. 3 window coverings. 2 5 acres adjoins public 541-480-7647 C all N a nc y Po p p , bdrm, 2 bath. Hard- 541-815-8000 water and power is ing area • Gas heat and A/C. El bdrm, 2 bath turn-key, land over Deschutes 541-815-8000 Crooked River Realty available at the street. • move-in co n d ition. wood flooring, carpet Vaulted c e i lings, evated corner lot River. Short walk to Crooked River Realty Septic was previously Sunny windows & tile, pellet stove, 3 $39,900 - Lot 141 SW nice views BONUS: New Electric river. $ 7 4 ,900 Cg approved. $78,500 • • FA heat & heat pump Lift. c overed decks , C rater Loop. W e l l MLS¹201102328 Call Attached 2-car ga MLS¹ 201208266 Garage Sales heated double car ga- T reed Lot ! rage + shop area Cascade Village (A/C) MLS ¹ Linda Lou Day-Wright Juniper Realty, MORRIS • Front porch and large • Front deck and rear rage,separate shop. 201105162 Homes. Bend, Broker, 541-771-2585 541-504-5393 Garage Sales Beautifully land- C all M e lody C u r ryCrooked River Realty REAL ESTATE back deck patio 541-388-0000 scaped w/ paved cir- 541-771-1116 Call Marilyn R ohaly, Call Marilyn R ohaly, y dp d l yO d d Op d Garage Sales Westerly Cascade view cular drive. This prop- Crooked River Realty $48,900, 1-acre. 541-322-9954 Broker, 541-322-9954 FACTORYSPECIAL NW Dove Rd., Terreb- 1 a c r e l ot wit h Broker, Mountain views. erty is in exc. cond., John L. Scott Real John L. Scott Real New Home, 3 bdrm, onne. Private w ell, Find them 8589 S W P a norama water/power available inside & out. Worth a MLS¹201206664 Estate, Bend Estate, Bend $46,500 finished p ower & septic i n Road. 1.169 a c r e, at r o ad . S t a ndard Call Linda Lou www.JohnLScott.com www.JohnLScott.com on your site. in peek! $299 , 000. stalled! L e v e l 5 . 12 septic close to pasture and approval. Day-Wright, Broker, J and M Homes MLS¹ 201203768 The Bulletin acres with s e veral mtn. views! $40,500$58,000. Snowberry Village ¹16 20737 Livingood Way. 541-548-5511 541-771-2585 Call Linda at building sites with Mtn MLS¹201105165 Call Crooked River Realty MLS¹201205389 $94,500 Newer 2003 3 Bdrm, Classifieds 541-815-0606 views. All it needs is Melody Curry Call Nancy Popp, • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 2 bath turnkey home. Cascade Realty LOT MODEL 1.46 acre, flat building your dream h ome. 541-771-1116. 541-815-8000 541-385-5809 • 1580 sq. ft. 1997 Sil New appliances, lots LIQUIDATION lot adjoins greenbelt. $96,500 MLS¹ Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty vercrest of upgrades, custom Prices Slashed Huge Water/ power avail- 20120135 Great Potential. Cute Horse property with a • Vaulted ceilings, lots window c o v erings, Savings! 10 Year Be creative! Build to fit able at road. Juniper Realty, mobile home with spectacular mountain of windows front and back decks. conditional warranty. 775 your new business. 541-504-5393 $39,900 covered decks. Re• FA heat & heat pump Pristine fenced court- Finished on your site. view. Surrounded by Lot adjoins 18-hole MLS¹201207930 Manufactured/ model started. Paved large farms and sets Powell Butte j (A/C) yard entry. Very open ONLY 3 LEFT! golf course. G reat Mobile Homes Call Nancy Popp, Street. Near Prinevatop a knoll in Ma• A t tached 2 -car f i n concept with close to $169,000 541-548-5511 visibility! Wel l t r a v541-815-8000 ille Reservoir. Pridras area. You can ished garage 1500 sq.ft. $74,300 • 19.62 acres eled paved road, in JandMHomes.com Crooked River Realty Snowberry Village ¹119 vacy with views. Idlesee forever! Shop has • Beautiful Cascade • Wood laminate, solar Cascade Village business a r e a at $129,900 stalls 8 plenty of room way Acres. $55,000tube & more Homes N.W. LLC 32.42 Acres in Urban Mountain views Snowberry Village ¹16. CCR. $39,900 • 3 b e drooms, 2 . 5 MLS¹201300335 f or hay & t a ck. Or • Gently sloped property • Covered front deck 541-388-0000 MLS¹201207332 Growth Bo u n dary, 3 bdrm & 2 bath, 1580 b aths, 1920 sq . f t . • Concrete back patio Call Virginia, bring your toys that • MLS 201205095 Call Nancy Popp, Adjacent t o The sq.ft., 1 99 7 S i l ver2000 Silvercrest tri don't require f ood! Principal Broker and covered deck Carolyn Priborsky, P.C., 541-815-8000 Need to get an Greens, kitty corner to crest, vaulted ceilings, plewide 541-350-3418 W ith over 6 a c r es Call Marilyn R ohaly, Broker, ABR, CRS Crooked River Realty new Ridgeview High lots of windows, FA & • Living room, family Broker, 541-322-9954 ad in ASAP? Redmond RE/MAX there's plenty of room. 541-383-4350 $5 9 9 ,000. heat pump (A/C), Atroom, dining room. Land & Homes This custom b right B uildable Lot o n t h e School. John L. Scott Real You can place it MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 tached 2 car finished Immaculate Real Estate Canal. Desirable lot in Pam Lester, Principal home has many upEstate, Bend online at: garage, wood lami• Remodeled kitchen R idgewater 11. L o www.JohnLScott.com grades, great f loor roker, Century 2 1 764 www.bendbulletin.com nate, solar tube, & w/breakfast bar cated on irrigation ca- B plan, large r o oms, Country Realty, more. Covered front 8 • Private master suite Snowberry Village ¹46 Farms & Ranches fireplace & so much nal. Nice flat .18 acre Gold MORRIS back deck, concrete w/walk-in closet lot with mature juni- Inc. 541-504-1338 $88,900 more. $210 , 0 00 541-385-5809 REAL ESTATE back patio. $94,500. • Master bath w/garden • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Ranch in Powell Butte MLS¹201105983 per trees & located in 4 38 Acre v i e w l o t y dp & lyO d dOp d t ub a nd doub l e • 1600y sq. ft. 1994 Sil 2 0748 V a lentine S t . Marilyn Rohaly, Bro$925,000. Pride of neighborhood of backs BLM, Cascade D&D Realty Group LLC ker 541-322-9954 shower ownership/Borders vercrest 866-346-7868 higher end homes in mtn & S m ith R o ck Prtnewlle j $69,000 John L. Scott • Gas FA heat PLUS • Living room, separate $54,900 Cute 3 bdrm, BLM. Feed Lot, hay SE B e n d . Mar c i views. Corner lot, ap- • 1.48 acres 2 ba t h , upd a ted New Construction - 3 Real Estate, Bend A/C & fireplace. Too Barn, Equip. Shed • On Crooked River dining room & large Schoenberg, Realtor proved for standard kitchen & bath, new bdrm, 2 b ath, 1748 MLS¹201206082 many options to list! 541-610-7803 kitchen with e a ting carpet & t i le , n i ce www.johnlscott.com septic. $199,000. MLS Canyon Rim sq.ft., on 1.49 acres, Call Marilyn R ohaly, area Vicci Bowen • Cascade Mountain John L. Scott ¹2809381 Pam covered front deck & Suntree Village ¹127 granite counters, SS 541-41 0-9730 Broker, 541-322-9954 • Pellet stove Real Estate, Bend Lester, Principal Bro- views back yard with appliances, fireplace Central Oregon Realty Priced to sell $32,900 John L. Scott Real • MLS 201205258 • Huge covered BBQ large www.johnlscott.com ker, Century 21 Gold deck. Spotless and Charming exc. cond. with custom mantel. Estate, Bend Group, LLC Nicolette Jones, Broker deck Country Realty, Inc. like new. MLS Nice flat lot in Terreb- 541-504-1338 3B/2B, 1322 sf, new $329,000 www.JohnLScott.com • Nice views 541-241-0432 Cascade Village ¹ 201209128 Pam 771 onne, .56 a c res, ext/int paint, Pergo in • Large laundry room Homes N.W. LLC Lester, Principal Brokitchen, Irg. front yard p aved street, a p Lots Suntree Village ¹159 • 2-car attached fin 541-388-0000 ker, Century 21 Gold proved fo r c a p -fill (440) Dryland Acres w/deck. A must see! $34,200 ished garage 5 miles east of AshCountry Realty, Inc. 1 3740 S W Call Lynda W a lsh, • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths • Immaculate! Can y o n septic, utilities are at 20774 LivingWay. Like 541-504-1338 t he lo t l i ne . M L S wood on G r osner broker, 541-410-1359 Drive. 1.22- acre lot. • 1598 sq. ft., 1985 Fu Call Marilyn R ohaly, New 3 Bdrm, 2 bath d. S p ring a n d MORRIS Prudential NW Properdr e a m ¹ 2012001172 P a m R qua Broker, 541-322-9954 Powell Butte! 10 Acre! B uild y o u r home is loaded with REAL ESTATE Lester, Principal Bro- pond. Good for seaties Iwalsh prunw com home! $ 4 7,500 • Living room 8 dining & Views! $815,900. John L. Scott Real upgrades, i n cluding ker, Century 21 Gold sonal grazing, huntMLS¹201105164 family room Estate, Bend Spacious 3863 sq. ft. c ustom paint, n e w ing/recreation. Country Realty, Inc. Call Melody Curry custom home, g orPrineville j $99,000 • All vaulted and open www.JohnLScott.com lighting, skylight and BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS 541-504-1338 $330,000 firm. As is. • 2.04 541-771-1116 acres living geous kitchen, 560 custom deck i ng. Search the area's most No agents. • Newer appliances, wa USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! Oversized 2 car ga- comprehensive listing of sq. ft. office, RV bldg., Crooked River Realty One acre. Driveway in • Cascade Mountain 541-205-3788, views ter heater, heat pump shop, & more. Ask for $ 79,000 place. 7981 SW High rage with storage and classified advertising... 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Redmond - 2.59 acres • 1994 Fleetwood, large • Lots of w i ndows & tile, Corian center is866-722-3370 5.030 acres, canyon Smith Rock 8 Broker 541-390-4017 with Land close to town. Owner garage & shop vaulted ceilings land, stainless appliO chocos. Cus t o m 1 4738 Birds Eye, L a views, septic & power John L. Scott will carry. $97,000 • Living room & family • All appliances are in ances, large master o n l ot . $84, 9 0 0 built 2478 sq. ft. home P ine, 1 a c r e w i t h Real Estate, Bend MLS¹201100751 room cluded bath with soaking tub 5 ACRES with mounon 4.74 acres. 1800 power/water. $39,900. MLS¹201300989 Call www.johnlscott.com Call Travis Hannan, • Open floor plan, lots of • FA h e at a n d h e a t and walk-in all t i le tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 Melody Curry sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. High Lakes Realty & Principal Broker, windows shower. Designer col- b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , Rivers Edge Village j pump/A/C 541-771-1116. 4 .74 a c r es . ML S 541-788-3480 • 1 year AHS Warranty • Nicely landscaped, ors and window cov- 36x40 shop, fenced, Property $80,000 Crooked River Realty ¹201202726 Redmond RE/MAX Management included erings. L a ndscaped irigated, ext. sprinkler • .47 acre lot great rear yard! $397,000! Land & Homes $2 7 9 ,000. 541-536-0117 Call Marilyn R ohaly, Call Marilyn R ohaly, and fenced with large system. • Golf Course & eastB are r a n g e lan d . John L. Scott Real EsReal Estate MLS 2809225. Pam Broker, 541-322-9954 Fenced and only 18 Broker, 541-322-9954 attached garage. ern views tate 541-548-1712 Lot 1 7 L a n ewood Lester, 541-504-1338 John L. Scott Real miles from Madras. FIND IT! John L. Scott Real Cascade Village Be a u tiful,• Easy access to Hwy C entury 2 1 , Go l d Remodeled 3 bedroom, $25,000. Estate, Bend T here are 2 w a t er Estate, Bend Homes N.W. LLC 97 treed, 1 .7 5 a c r es. SUY IT! County Realty www.JohnLScott.com 2 bath, 1440 sq. ft. 541-388-0000 • MLS 201204299 wells - neither of www.JohnLScott.com High Lakes Realty & SELL IT! home on 2.29 acres. P roperty Man a ge Sherry Perrigan, Broker which are being used. The Bulletin Classifieds Granite counters, 541-410-4938 Electricity is to one of ment 541-536-0117 hickory cabinets, them. Mostly gentle SE Bend Acreage j bamboo wood floors, Great Mountain View s lope w i t h be t t er $249,000 vinyl windows, the list home site, short dis grass on the steeper • 9.06 acres goes on. Garage, car- tance to the Lakeside land. Possible owner • Cascade Mountain port and RV covered S ports Center a n d terms. MLS¹ views MORRIS parking. 12851 SW Spray Park, come and 201301211 $200,000. • Borders BLM land REAL ESTATE Deer Crossing. enjoy listening to the John L. Scott Real Es- • MLS 201205047 I dp d lyO d d Op d $109,000 MLS quiet. Avoid bank clos tate 541-548-1712 Sherry Perrigan, Broker 201204401 ing costs; the seller is Shevlins Commons 541-410-4938 Cascade Views in TerJuniper Realty, offering exc e l lent Lot j $239,000 rebonne. $192,500 541-504-5393 terms to a q ualified • .25 acre lot Breathtaking views, Deon this .44 acre • Cascade Mountain Serenity and Privacy on buyer schutes River Canview 4.62 acres. Comfort- lot. $83,500 Home-ID • Close yon, and farming valto Shevlin Park 619 able 3 b e droom, 2 Eagle MORRIS ley below, 5 usable Crest Properties • MLS 201301093 b ath home a n d a REAL ESTATE acres with well Ideal 866-722-3370 Don Kelleher, Broker 30x40 shop with overbuilding site with un541-480-1911 sized RV door. Build Two individual acres, o bstructed v iew s The Bulletin your custom h ome fenced, gated. MLS¹201205208 with brea t htaking $89,900. 51535 Rus To Subscribe call Gail Day 541-306-1018 views of the Cascade sell Road, La Pine. Central Oregon Realty 541-385-5800 or go to mtns. or enjoy as is. High Lakes Realty & Group, LLC www.bendbulletin.com MORRIS $246,000. P roperty Man a ge SW Canyon Dr. 1.13 MLS¹201205440 REAL ESTATE ment 541-536-0117 acres w it h a c c ess D8 D Realty Group LLC I d p d 1 y O A d Op CHECK YOUR AD 208 2nd Ave, Culverfrom two streets pro866-346-7868 Please check your ad The Highlands at BroL evel city lot in t h e v iding y o u man y Single level on 1 acre, 3 heart of Culver. All ken top, 10 a cres, on the first day it runs building site options. to make sure it is corbdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 gated, private well, u tilities are a t t h e Views of Mt. Jeffersq.ft., master separa- street ready to be in- utilities at lot, applica- rect. Sometimes inson. O wner t e r ms tion, office, fenced, stalled. This lot just tion for cap-fill septic. s tructions over t h e available. $5 8 ,500 f lower garden, R V needs y o u r MLS phone are misunder- MLS¹201106385 new $535,000. parking. $ 1 4 5,000. home. $38,200 ¹ 201200937. Pam stood and a n e r ror Juniper Realty, MLS ¹ 201 0 07848. MLS¹ 201203505. Lester, Principal Bro- can occur in your ad. 541-504-5393 Pam Lester, Principal ker, Century 21 Gold If this happens to your Juniper Realty ad, please contact us SW Chinook Dr. B roker, Century 2 1 Country Realty, Inc. 541-504-5393 the first day your ad Crooked River, Smith Gold Country Realty, 541-504-1338 appears and we will One acre corner lot with Rock & mou n tain Inc. 541-504-1338 be happy to fix it as trees. $36,900. 16010 Three Rivers South j views. Owner terms Look at: $19,950 s oon as w e c a n . available. 6.9 acres Alpine Drive, La Pine. Bendhomes.com Deadlines are: Week- with septic, power & High Lakes Realty 8 • 1 acre, level lot days 11:00 noon for w ell i n stalled. I n P roperty Man a ge • Build your dream refor Complete Listings of treat next day, Sat. 11:00 cludes custom home Area Real Estate for Sale ment 541-536-0117 • Deschutes River & a.m. for Sunday and plans. $189,000 1 6261 Pine D r op National Forest Uniquecustom home, 3 Monday. MLS¹ 201008671 N icely c l e ared & • MLS 201208695 541 -385-5809 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2464 Juniper Realty, JackJohns, sq.ft. Sunroom with fenced acre. $35,000 Thank you! 541-504-5393 Broker, GRI The Bulletin Classified aggregate floor, for- High Lakes Realty & Man a ge 541-480-9300 mal living room, wide Property Find It in Purchaseprice$350,000,20% down, Loan amount $280,000,30yrfixed. hallways. S p acious ment 541-536-0117 Looking for a getaway The Bulletin Classifieds! indoor spa off master $59,000 O u t standing p lace? Bring y o u r 541-385-5809 bedroom, bath. Large builders dream lot in a builder and set your shop with office. Pic- quiet n e ighborhood imagination free! MinSW Chipmunk Rd. nic area, horse shoes, and backs u p to MORRIS utes to Prineville ResLevel 21 5.16 acres p rivacy 8 vie w s . common area. This REAL ESTATE ervoir, Public Lands with community water $ 365,000. Call V i r- property is priced to I d p d ly O d dyy p for hiking 8 h o rseinstalled. Mt. view ginia, Principal Brosell and w on't l ast back riding, d ownfrom back of property. 773 ker 541-350-3418 long! Home-ID 968 Jumbo purchase price /value $800,000— 20% down /equity,$640,000 loan amount. town Prineville, Two nice-sized storRedmond RE/MAX Acreages Eagle Crest Properties Meadow Lakes Golf age buildings inOffer valid as of date of ad, restrictions may apply. Rates/fees subject to change. Land & Homes 866-722-3370 Course & even fishReal Estate On Approved Credit. R EADY T O BU I L D! ing the Crooked River. cluded. $74,700. MLS 201300800 15194 Ponderosa Lp. 5.07 acres, flat lot, Very nice recently up- 1.41 acres ready for Views from rock out Juniper Realty, dated & remodeled 2800 you! $55,000. High mature trees, paved croppings, to the val541-504-5393 road, 1/3 interest in sq ft. farm home on 40 Lakes Realty & Prop below with Ochoco well, applied for stan- ley acres with Cascade Mtn erty SW D O V E R D . M t. M tns & beyo n d . Man a gement dard septic. $99,900. views. Flood irrigated, 541-536-0117 Washington & Three MLS¹201301312 MLS¹ 2 012 0 4695 landscaped, 2 ponds, setSisters views from this $39,475 up for horses &/or cattle. N orth P o w el l B u t t e Pam Lester, Principal John L. Scott Real Es- 6.1 acre property with data source — Coyelogyc Market Tydc Greenhouse, horse barn, Acreage 3 buildable, B roker, Century 2 1 power installed. Close tate 541-548-1712 hay barn & shop. Powell rare lots. C ascade Gold Country Realty, to t h e Des c hutes Butte area. By owner, Mountain views. 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'sl $450, 541-548-3711 I All in good condition. 541-548-1096 Pilgrim In t e rnational Chevy C-20 Pickup Located in La Pine. GENERATE SOME ex2005, 36' 5th Wheel, 1969, all orig. Turbo 44; Call 541-408-6149. citement in your neigModel¹M-349 RLDS-5 auto 4-spd, 396, model borhood. Plan a gaFall price $ 2 1,865. CST /all options, orig. rage sale and don't 541-312-4466 Find exactly what owner, $19,950, forget to advertise in 541-923-6049 you are looking for in the classified! 385-5809. RV CLASSIFIEDS Chevy 1955 PROJECT CONSIGNMENTS car. 2 door wgn, 350 Prowler 2009 Extreme WANTED Serving Central Oregon smre t903 small block w/Weiand E dition. Model 2 7 0 860 We Do The Work ... dual quad tunnel ram RL, 2 slides, oppos- You Motorcycles & Accessories Keep The Cash! with 450 Holleys. T-10 ing in living area, ent. 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Chevy Wagon 1957, CONSIGNMENTS 541-382-7515. $13,588 Use classified to sell 4-dr., complete, WANTED 00 • I those items you no $7,000 OBO, trades. 875 We Do The Work ... longer need. Please call +© SUBARU. You Keep The Cash! Watercraft 541-389-6998 Call 541-385-5809 On-site credit 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend N approval team, Ads published in WaChrysler 300 C o upe 877-266-3821 web site presence. tercraft" include: Kay1967, 44 0 e n g ine, Dlr ¹0354 We Take Trade-Ins! aks, rafts and motorauto. trans, ps, air, Harley Oyna 2000conv. Ized Free Advertising. personal frame on rebuild, re29k, harlaquin paint, BIG COUNTRY RV FORD F150 XLT For painted original blue, new tires, many chrome watercrafts. Bend: 541-330-2495 2001, V-8 Triton, "boats" please see Aircraft, Parts original blue interior, parts, very good cond. Class 870. Redmond: runs fantastic. original hub caps, exc. A Bargain & Service $10,500 209-770-0903 541-548-5254 at $4000 541-385-5809 chrome, asking $9000 obo. Call Peter at Harley Heritage or make offer. 562-659-4691, in RV Solar Sale! 100 watt Softail, 2003 541-385-9350 Bermng Central Oregon Mnce 1903 Prineville. panel k i t in s t alled $5,000+ in extras, $749. Mobile Solar $2000 paint job, 880 Pros, 541-977-5366 30K mi. 1 owner, Motorhomes G MC Sierra S L T For more information RV space avail. $400 1/3 interest in Columbia 2006 - 1500 Crew please call mo. includes. 30 amp Cab 4x4, Z71, exc. 541-385-8090 400, $150,000 located + w/s/g. Tumalo area. cond., 82 k m i les, or 209-605-5537 O Sunriver. H o u rlyFIAT 1800 1978, 5-spd, 541-419-5060 rental rate (based upon door panels w/flowers $19,900. 541-408-0763 approval) $775. Also: & hummingbirds, S21 hangar avail. for white soft top & hard s ale, or l e ase © top. Just reduced to 2003 Fleetwood Dis$15/day or $325/mo. $3,750. 541-317-9319 541-948-2963 covery 40' diesel moor 541-647-8483 torhome w/all I nternational Fla t Harley Limited 103 2011, Bed Pickup 1963, 1 many extras, stage 1 & air options-3 slide outs, Springdale 2005 27', 4' I A a cushion seat. 18,123 mi, satellite, 2 TV's,W/D, slide in dining/living area, - ~ ton dually, 4 s pd. etc. 3 2 ,000 m i l es. sleeps 6, low mi,$15,000 trans., great MPG, $21,990. 541-306-0289 Wintered i n h e a ted obo. 541-408-3811 could be exc. wood shop. $89,900 0 B O. hauler, runs great, 541-447-8664 new brakes, $1950. 1 /3 interest i n w e l lFord Galaxie 500 1963, 541-419-5480. equipped IFR Beech Bonanza A36, new 10-550/ 2 dr. hardtop,fastback, 390 vs,auto, pwr. steer & prop, located KBDN. radio (orig),541-419-4989 TURN THE PAGE 32' Fleetwood Fiesta Weekend Warrior Toy $65,000. 541-419-9510 HD Fat Boy 1996 Hauler 28' 2007, Gen, For More Ads Completely customized 2003, no slide-out, fuel station, exc cond. 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14' 1982 Valco River Jayco Seneca 34', 2007. Sled, 70 h.p., Fish- 28K miles, 2 slides, DuFinder. Older boat but ramax diesel, 1 owner, price includes trailer, excellent cond, $94,500; 3 wheels and tires. All Trade? 541-546-6920 for $ 1500! Ca l l 541-416-8811 15' Smokercraft 2001 trailer, $2500. 541-549-4243.

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Executive Hangar at Bend Airport (KBDN) 60' wide x 50' d eep, w/55' wide x 17' high bifold dr. Natural gas heat, offc, bathroom. Adjacent to Frontage Rd; great visibility for aviation business. Financing available. 541-948-2126 or email 1jetjockoq.com

Piper A rcher 1 9 8 0, based in Madras, always hangared since new. New annual, auto Carri-Lite Luxury 2009 by Carriage, 4 slides, pilot, IFR, one piece windshield. Fastest Arinverter, satellite sys, fireplace, 2 flat screen cher around. 1750 total t i me . $6 8 ,500. TVs. $54,950 541-475-6947, ask for 541-480-3923 Rob Berg. CHECK YOUR AD

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LEGAL NOTICE IN T H E CI R C UIT C OURT FOR T H E STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF DESCHUTES. In the Matter of the Est ate o f N E L LIE E . MARRONE, Dec eased. Case N o . 13PB0018. NOTICE TO

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PERSONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 541-410-6183. that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative. All persons having claims against the Toyota F J C r uiser estate are required to 2007, 6 speed, 4x4, p resent them, w i th low low miles, very vouchers attached, to clean. the undersigned perVin ¹074880 T oyota Tundra D b l sonal representative Cab 2006, matching $27,888 at 404 NW F ranklin shell, tow Pkg, 4x4. Ave., B e n d , OR Vin ¹511451. © 3 S U B A R U. 9 7701, w i thin f o u r $19,988 months after the date 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. of first publication of 877-266-3821 t his notice, o r t h e +© SUBARU. Dlr ¹0354 claims may be barred. 2060 NE Hwy 20, Bend. All persons whose 877-266-3821 r ights may b e a f Dlr ¹0354 • Vans f ected by t h e p r o ceedings may obtain 935 additional information 96 Ford Windstar & Sport Utility Vehicles from the records of 2000 Nissan Quest, the Court, the p e rboth 7-passenger sonal representative, vans, 160K miles, or the attorney for the low prices, $1200 & personal representa$2900, and worth tive. Dated and first ta every cent! published on March 541-318-9999 23, 2013. Maureen L. Chevrolet Blazer LT Stapp, Pers o n al 2000 -130k miles, Call Representative. AT Chevy Astro for info. $3800 OBO TORNEY FOR PERSUBBBUOl BSND COM

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T ATIVE: Kristen S . Edwards, OSB¹ 093397, 2 2 5 NW Franklin St., Suite 2, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 318-0061, Fax: (541) 318-0062, kristen I bendlawfirm. com. PER S ONAL REPRESENTATIVE: Maureen L. S t app, 404 NE Franklin Ave., Bend, Oregon 97701, (541) 385-8906. LEGAL NOTICE

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Legal Notices zona on N o vember 24, 2012. Estate proceedings i n the decedent's est a t e, bearing the clerk's file number 1 3 P B0022, h ave b e e n co m menced and are now pending in the aboveentitled court wherein the decedent's will has been admitted to probate. On M a rch 12, 2013, the undersigned was duly app ointed and is n ow serving as personal representative of the estate. Your r i ghts may be affected by this proceeding; additional information may be obtained from the records of the court, the undersigned personal representative, or the attorney for the personal representative. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the attorney for the personal representative are: Leonard C. Macy, 14950 Ironbark, La Pine, OR 97739. Jennifer S. Wells, PO Box 913, La Pine, OR 97739. O RS 1 13.075 p r ovides that, when a will has been admitted to probate, any i n terested person may, at any time within four months after the date of delivery or mailing of the information described in ORS 113.145 or four months after the first publication of notice to interested p e r sons, whichever i s l a t e r, contest the probate of the will or the validity of the will. Respectfully, Leonard Macy, Personal Representative. LEGAL NOTICE The undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the Estate of Keith D . S ampson, D e ceased, by the Deschutes County Circuit Court of the State of O regon, prob a te number 1 3 P B0023. All persons having c laims against t h e estate are required to present the same with vouchers proper within four (4) months after the date of first publication to the undersigned or they may be barred. Additional i nformation may b e o btained f ro m t h e court records, the undersigned or the attorney. Date first publ ished: M a rc h 23 , 2013. Les Yoder, Personal Representative, c/o Edward P. Fitch, Attorney at Law, Bryant Emerson & Fitch,

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