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Bend-La Pine Schools opted not to apply for a federalRace to the Top grant after officials decided that the tight time frame and magnitude of the application's requirements would make it difficult for the district to put its best effort forward. It was a long shot to begin with — $383 million total will go out to 15 to 25 grant recipients nationwide for innovative programs aimed at bolstering achievement. If Bend-La Pine Schools had applied and been selected, it would have received about $26 million over a four-year period. See Grant/A6

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WASHINGTON — When lawmakers return to the nation's capital next week for the first legislative session in more than a month, Oregon's congressionaldelegation remains focused on addressing the looming fiscal cliff. Nov. 13 marks the start of the lame duck session,so called because members who are stepping

down or were voted out of office are concluding their terms in office.

These sessions sometimes produce I N D.C. a flurry of activity as lawmakers scramble to enact legislation before January, when the new Congress is sworn in. But they can also be relatively quiet, with Congress delaying major decisions until the new members pickedby the voters are ready to go to work. Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, both DOre., and Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, agree the top priority is dealing with the fiscal cliff, the combination of expiring tax cuts and mandatory spending cuts put into place after last summer's debt ceiling crisis that go into effect Jan. 1. See Fiscal cliff /A6

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PECH VALLEY, Afghanistan — Before U.S. forces arrived here in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan, the instruments of warwere rudimentary things: mud-brick outposts and aging Kalashnikovs. The American invasion brought with it a shiny arsenal of 21st-century technology, including advanced helicopters to navigate the treacherous landscape. But as the U.S. military

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court announced Friday that it would take a fresh look at the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the signature legacies of the civil rights movement. Three years ago, the court questioned whether part of the law was still needed, and the law's challengers said the re-election of the nation's first African-American president is f urther proof that the nation has moved beyond the racial divisions that gave rise to efforts to protect the integrity of elections in the South. Civil rights leaders, on the other hand, pointed to the role the law played in the recent election, with courts relying on it to block voter identification requirements and cutbacks on early voting. See Voting rights/A6

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drawdown continues, the sky is emptying of the foreign aircraft that have kept remote outposts stocked with food, water and weaponry. Afghan troops are being handed the outposts, but not the sleek helicopters that have soared overhead, delivering supplies. Afghans searching for a substitute have found an ancient solution: the plodding, dutiful animals that have navigated these high and frigid mountain passes for centuries.

"Donkeys are the Afghan helicopter," said Col. Abdul Nasseeri, an Afghan battalion commander here in Konar province. Already, hundreds of donkeys are sustaining the bases that Americans built, fought to defend and, eventually, left. The shift underscores the vast gulf separating U.S. and Afghan forces, and the inevitable technological regression that will occur once American troops leave. See Donkeys /A8

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hicle" program being developed by federal and state officials, cars,trucks and buses bristling with gadgets would wirelessly communicate with each other as well as with traffic signals, pavement-embedded sensors and other road equipment. Drivers then would get automatic warnings about everything from icy bridges and accidents in their paths to cars racing at them through red lights and lane changes they should avoid because another vehicle is next to them. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is due to make key decisions next year about how to proceed, and authorities expect connected-vehicle devices to start showing up in cars by 2019.

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technical challenges in getting this done." Some carmakers already have equipped vehicles with gadgets to alert drivers to potential collisions. But t hose d evices o n ly spot nearby hazards, among other limitations. And while California has approved testing of so-called autonomous vehicles — like those Google is working on — getting cars to safely drive themselves is complicated. Google declined to discuss the subject. But Steven Shladover of C alifornia Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology, a research group at the University of CaliforniaBerkeley, said a big challenge in designing self-driving cars is to make software that can nimbly respond to unexpected events. "This will require a very large research and development effort," he said. But if those vehicles could be relegated to their own specialpurpose lanes, he added, "the technical problems become much less daunting." No matter how autonomous cars are designed, however, "we think they could work better when they are connected" with other vehicles and roadway devices, Larson added. By b e in g e l e ctronically alerted about hazards, transportation o f f icials b e l ieve,

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evidence of the relationship New York Times News Service as well as other security conWASHINGTON — D a vid cerns. About two weeks ago, Petraeus, the director of the FBI agents met with Petraeus CIA and one o f A m erica's to discuss the investigation. most decoratedfour-star genA dmini str a erals, resigned Friday after an t ion an d c o n FBI investigation uncovered g ressional o f evidence that he had been ficials identified involved in an ex tramarital t he woman a s affair. PaulaBroadwell, Petraeus issued a statement Petraeus th e c o - author of acknowledging the affair afa biography of ter President Barack Obama Petraeus. Her book, "All In: accepted his resignation and it The Education of General Dawas announced by the CIA. vid Petraeus," was published Government officials said this year. Broadwell spent the FBI began an investigation extended periods of time with into a "potential criminal mat- Petraeus in Afghanistan, inter" several months ago that terviewing him for her book. was not focused on Petraeus. Married with tw o c h ildren, In the course of their inquiry she has described Petraeus as into whether a computer used her mentor. by Petraeus had been comSenior members of C onpromised, agentsdiscovered gress were alerted to Petrae-

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us' impending resignation by intelligence officials a b out six hours before the CIA announced his resignation. One c ongressional o f ficial w h o was briefed on the matter said that Petraeus had been encouraged "to get out in front of the issue" and resign, and that he agreed. The FBI di d n o t i n f orm the Senate and House Intelligence Committees a bout the investigation before this week, according to congressional officials, who n oted that by law th e panels are supposed to be told about significant developments in the intelligence arena. The Senate committee plans to pursue the question of why it was not told, one official said. White House officials said they did not know about the affair un-

til this week, when Petraeus informed them. "After being married for over 37 years, I showed extremely poor j u dgment by engaging in an extramarital affair," Petraeus said. "Such behavior i s u na c ceptable, both as a husband and as the leader of an organization such as ours. This afternoon, the president graciously accepted my resignation." P etraeus' admission a n d r esignation represent a r e markable fall from grace for one of the most prominent figures in America's modern military and intelligence community. Petraeus was scheduled to testify before a closed congressional hearing next week about the attack in Benghazi, Libya, thatkilled four Americans two months ago.

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The United Nations reported that 11,000 Syrians fled to neighboring countries Friday, the vast majority clambering for safety over the Turkish border, in one of the largest singleday torrents of refugees since the Syrian conflict began. It came as mayhem a nd d e privations w e r e worsening inside the country, its president more determined than ever to stay and his fractious enemies still politically paralyzed.

U.N. refugee agency off icials said 9,000 of t h e fleeing Syrians, many of them drenched from a cold rain, went to Turkey. The flow alarmed Turkish officials and led their prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to vent at the five permanent members of the Security Council for what he called their failure to respond decisively to the crisis after nearly 20 months. "The world cannot be left to what the five permanent members have to say," Erdogan told a conference in Indonesia. "If we leave it to the five permanent members, humanity will c ontinue to bleed." P anos Moumtzis, t h e U.N. refugee agencyofficial coordinating the response, told reporters in Geneva, where the agency is based, that the latest surge included 1,000 Syrians who r eached L e b anon a n d 1,000 who reached Jordan, b ringing the n u mber o f registeredrefugees to more than 408,000 in T u rkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. Agency officials said a few weeks ago that they had anticipated that more than 700,000 Syrian r efugees would be living in t hese countries by y ear's end, straining their r esources just as the cold Middle East winter intensifies.

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A motorist pumps gas while people stand in linewith containers to purchase gas on Friday in Brooklyn, N.Y. Police were at gas stations to enforce a new gasoline rationing plan that lets motorists fill up every other day.

Gas rationing inNewYork fuels tempers, long lines By Tina Susman

as tankers show up with fuel supplies. The search for an NEW YORK — Leslie Mar- open gas station has replaced tin was never so happy to be the search for a parking space odd. If only she'd known how as the most infuriating task for to pump her own gas on the city dwellers. first day of rationing in New Martin, who lives in BrookY ork an d s u burban L o n g lyn, did not have to look far. A Island. large station in her neighborStill, Martin made do early hood was open early Friday. Friday after waiting for hours She got into her daughter's in line as the state tries to black Honda — w h ich she manage the gasoline shortage needed to return to her daughresulting from station closures ter in Washington over the and fuel delivery problems in weekend — and waited, along the wake of Hurricane Sandy. with hundreds of other veBecause Friday, Nov. 9, is an hicles whose plates ended in odd number, only people like 1,3,5,7 or 9. Police stood guard Martin, driving cars with liat one end of the station, but c ense plates ending in o d d they couldn't cover all the ennumbers or characters, were trances,leading some people, allowed at the pumps. like Nellie Smith, to try to cut Estimates vary on the per- in front of others. "I've been in this car for two centage of stations in N ew York City that are open and hours!" Martin bellowed as pumping regularly. When Smith tried to nudge the nose Mayor M i chael B l oomberg of her red Ford Focus in front announced the rationing plan of car after car. Each vehicle Thursday, he said only about successfullyhugged the rear one-quarter of the city's sta- bumper of the car in front to tions had gas available. What- prevent Smith from getting ever the true number, it's not into the line. Martin did the enough — as evidenced by the same. "I'm too old for this," she lines that quickly sprout and extend down avenues as soon said half-jokingly after Smith Los Angeles Times

conceded defeat and drove off. "And it's not even my car." At the pumps, signs directed customers to pay first — cash only, $50 limit. Behind protective glass in a small booth, a lone woman managed the s eemingly endless l in e o f people pushing dollars toward her, impatient to fill up before the pumps ran dry. Mick Ahmed, who runs a car service in Brooklyn, said his 15 drivers never knew when or where they'd be able to fill up. If they spot an open station, they pull in and wait, often forseveral hours, said Ahmed. That, combined with the increase in people calling forcars because ofdisruptions in public transport, has made keeping his business afloat "near impossible." "It's murder," said Ahmed as he fielded calls from people trying to reserve vehicles and from drivers checking in to give updates on open gas stations. At any given time, he said one-fourth of his drivers were stuck in gas lines. "It's a lossforeveryone, but what are you gonna do?" he said with a

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The attack marked the first known episode in which Iranian jets shot at a remotely piloted U.S. spy plane, and it raised tensions in the volatile region. Washington and Tehran broke diplomatic relations in 1979, so the Obama administration has lodged a formal protest via the Swiss Embassy in Tehran. Pentagon officials did not initially disclose the attack because, they said, it involved a classified mission.

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The agency's figures do not include Syrians who have fled without registering, a number believed to be in the tens of thousands in Jordan alone. T urkish o f f icials s a i d more than half the Syrians who fled into Turkey on Friday had been seeking to escape combat between insurgents and loyalist forces near Ras al-Ain, a northeast border town w h ere fighting has raged for days. The arrivals who crossed the Turkish border at Reyhanli in H a tay p r ovince included 26 Syrian Army defectors, with two generals and 11 colonels among them, the semiofficial Anatolian News Agency of Turkey reported.

ernment will require most Americans to have insurWASHINGTON — W i th ance. Many states delayed many states lagging far be- work on the exchanges to see hind schedule, the Obama the outcome of a Supreme administration said Friday Court case challenging the t hat it w o ul d e xtend t h e health care law, then waited deadline for them to submit to see if President Barack plans for health insurance Obama would bere-elected. exchanges, the online marIf a state wants to run its kets where millions of Amer- own exchange, its governor icans are expected to obtain still must submit a declaraprivatecoverage subsidized tion of intent — generally a by the federal government. brief letter of one or two pagThe original Nov. 16 dead- es — by Nov. 16. But states line will be extended to Dec. will have more time to sub14 — and, in some cases, to mit the detailed applications Feb. 15, the administration required by federal officials. sa>d. The White House has reThe Congressional Budget peatedly said that states were Office predicts that 25 milmaking excellent progress lion people will obtain cover- toward creation of the exage through the new online changes, even as Republican shopping malls known as in- governors and state legislasurance exchanges. Most of tors expressed ambivalence them willreceive federal sub- or outright opposition. In sidies averaging more than addition, state officials who $5,000 a year per person to want to establish exchanges help them pay premiums. said they were having difEvery state is supposed to ficulty because Obama had have an exchange by Jan. I, yet to issue crucial regula2014, when the federal gov- tions and guidance. New York Times News Service

Federal agents arrest 34 white sLIpremacists By Sari Horwitz The Washington Post

FedWASHINGTON eralagents arrested dozens of members of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood of Texas on Friday and charged them with murder, kidnapping, racketeering and conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine. A 43-page federal indictment unsealed by the Justice Department names 34 members of the violent organized crime group who have been charged, including four of its senior leaders. "ABT uses extreme violence

and threats of violence to maintain internal discipline and retaliate against those believed to be cooperating with law enforcement," said Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer. "Through violence and intimidation, ABT allegedly exerts control over prison populations and neighborhoods, and instills fear in those who come in contact with its members." As an example, Breuer said that alleged ABT leader Kelly Ray Elley and others ordered subordinates to kill a prospective member and to make the killing "as messy as possible"

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Silver Contlnued from A1 "Don't you want to stand up and say, 'I am Nate Silver, bow down to me!!'" Stewart roared, as the bespectacled Silver sat and chuckled. His name was trending on Twitter and he was the subject of a satirical Twitter hashtag, "Drunk Nate Silver." The Hollywood Reporter said he'd "made statistics sexy again." Many called his story a real-life "Revenge of the Nerds" tale. And, oh, his new book had soared to No. 2 on Amazon, after he linked to it on Twitter an hour after the first network call for President Barack Obama.

his forecasts too heavily toward Democrats. MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, a f o rmer Republican c ongressman, c a l le d hi m a "joke." Silver r esponded by betting him that Obama would win, a bet that Scarborough didn't take him up on and that was later criticized by the Times ombudsman. (That bet was the poker player in him, Silver says now; he spent a couple of years playing seri-

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Much more disturbing, said Silver, were what he called the homophobic comments that some resortedto on the Web. "That was a little shocking," he said. Added his father: "It ("This is probably a good time got very personal." to link to my book," he'd tweetBut Silver says he always ed at 12:D a.m. — the closest felt confident in hi s projeche came to gloating.) tions. "I didn't see any parE ven so, Silver says h e ticular reason for the polls wasn't quite prepared for that to be off the mark," he said. "Republicans said Democrats incident in the bar. "It's odd," he said Thursday were oversampled, but within a telephone interview from out much justification. I felt his Brooklyn home. "Is this pretty confident personally." going to happen every day, as Silver predicted 90.9 percent opposed to once a month? I certainty that Obama would still have to get accustomed to win, and forecast him getting this." 313 electoral college votes; he has 303 without Florida, which A statistical narrative is still counting and could take Silver, who uses computer him to 332. models that he runs on a beatOn Election Day itself, Silup laptop at home, is quick to ver felt nervous, but only beacknowledge the accomplish- cause there was nothing left ments of others using similar to do. Once the early results methods. "It's a little strange started coming in, he relaxed. to become a kind of symbol of And then, of course, came vina whole type of analysis," he dication. "You know who won said. And he noted that similar the election tonight? Nate Silwork was being done with, for ver," said Rachel Maddow on example, weather, all the time. MSNBC. Even Bret Baier on "You have to give those fore- Fox gave credit on air to Silver. castersway more credit," he On "The Daily Show," Stewsaid."Their forecasts have real art basically credited Silver life-and-deathconsequences" with saving the reputation of In politics, too, others have arithmetic — and more. "Like, used similar computer models gravity would have been up to predict races. What Silver for grabs," Stewart quipped, if has done, though, is not only Silver had been wrong. arrive at a formula that uses

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T here have b ee n s o m e gripes that Silver doesn't reveal his actual formula. "He gaging way. has very carefullyexplained His father, political science how he does things," his father professor Brian S i lver, at- answers. "But he's not giving tributes his son's success to away his code. He shouldn't be a two-pronged drive: "He's expected to do that." driven by a need to get the Nate Silver does say, howevanswers to a problem, but he er, that in the future, "Maybe we'll have to be clearer." He also is very concerned with the narrative, with telling the also voicesconcern that prestory," said the elder Silver, cise forecasting could have the who teaches at Michigan State frightening effect of influencUniversity. ing voter behavior — someThe father recalls his son thing that obviously doesn't at 2years old,already reveal- happen in areas like weather. ing himself as a prodigy with "You don't want to influence numbers — his mother asked the same system you are tryhim to count to three, and he ing to forecast," he said. went to 20. By four, he underSilver also says he doesn't stood negative numbers, and necessarilyexpect the same could multiply in his head. results forever. "I know we're Needless to say he was a going to have some misses math whiz, but he also was a sooner or later," he said, adddebating champion, winning ing that an incorrect forecast competitions in high school. on the Senate race in North "On the debate team, it was Dakota is "proof that we can OK to be a geek," Brian Silver be wrong — and polls can be explained. Nate then went off wrong." Others have pointed to the University of Chicago, out that Silver's forecasting is, where he earned a degree in of course, only as good as the economics. polls he is using, since he's not A few years in consulting a pollster himself. followed. It bored him, but it was during those years that An outlier Silver turned his love of baseFor now, though, he's trying ball into a sophisticated fore- to enjoy it all as much as he casting system of player per- can. "When you get into statistiformance. That became his new career; he sold the system cal analysis, you don't really to Baseball Prospectus, and expect to achieve fame," he wrote a weekly column there observed wryly. "Or to beon baseball research. come an Internet meme. Or be In 2007, Silver started writ- parodied by The Onion — or ing about politics — at first un- be the subject of a cartoon in der a pseudonym, "Poblano." The New Yorker. I guess I'm He quickly gained an audi- kind of an outlier there." What's ahead for S ilver? ence for his forecasts during the presidential primaries. In T urns out, f o recasting h i s March of 2008, he began his own future feels much more FiveThirtyEight blog, and a difficult than forecasting an few months later revealed his election. "It can be a full-time job, figname. "People had been thinking uring out what your job is goPoblano was a major pollster," ing to be," he quipped. said his father. "He was just a For now, he has a second kid with a B.A. in economics." book to write, part of a twobook deal. And F iveThirtyA new level of pressure Eight is set to remain at the With his success in the 2008 Times until mid-2013. After race — he got every state right that, he doesn't know y et, except for Indiana — Silver though he noted, with underwas already a big name. In statement: "I know I'll have 2009 he was named one of more opportunities now." But Time's 100 Most Influential he added: "I'm sure there will People. In 2010, he licensed his be a FiveThirtyEight forecast blog to The New York Times. in 2016." But the 2012electionbrought For now, he prefers to look a new levelof pressure.While at life, and life choices, as a Democrats flocked to his blog poker player, since he loves and took daily solace in his the game. "You get steely nerves playc onsistent p r e diction t h a t Obama would win — though ing poker," he said. "It's part not by a lot — commentators skill and part luck. You hope on the right were critical, and you win enough bets to make he was accused of weighting a living on, right?"

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Justln Welby, a former oil executive wlth experience In conflict resolution,has been chosen to lead a global Anglican Communion riven by sharply divided views on gay people and their place in the church. The church announced Friday at Lambeth Palace in London that Welby will become the next archbishop of Canterbury.

Former oil execnamed archbishop otCanterbury By Henry Chu Los Angeles Times

LONDON — H i s f i rst r eaction upon being given the job was "Oh no." But Justin Welby said Friday that he now feels a "massivesense of privilege" at being appointed the next archbishop of Canterbury, the spiritual leader of the world's 80 million Anglicans and a post steeped in centuries of tradition. Welby, 56, acknowledged the formidable challenges that face the Anglican Communion in general and the Church of England in particular; both have been riven by bitter divisions over sexuality and the role of women. Church attendance is also dwindling perilously in some parts of the A n glican world, including here in A n g licanism's birthplace, Britain. But t h e o i l ex e c utive-turnedpriest, who will take up his duties as leaderof the flock in March, expressed faith that the church would find a way through. "I am utterly optimistic about the future of the church," Welby told reporters Friday. "We will certainly get things wrong; I certainly will. But the grace of God is bigger than our biggest failures." Welby's appointment as the 105th archbishop of Canterbury caps a meteoric ascent through the Church of England hierarchy since his ordi-

nation as a deacon 20 years ago. The bespectacled, self-effacing cleric is currently the bishop of Durham, in northern England, a position he has held for only a year. Supporters hope that the leadership skills he sharpened as an oil executive, before taking up his religious vocation, and his experience in conflict resolution in Africa will help him hold together a fractious global fellowship in danger of com-

ing apart. The outgoing archbishop, Rowan Williams, has had almighty trouble trying to keep conservative church leaders, especially i n d e v eloping countries such as Nigeria, talking to liberal clergy in places like the United States, where the Episcopal Church boasts openly gay bishops. W elby said that h e w a nts t h e church to be "a place where we can disagree in love." But he also pledged support for an upcoming vote in the Church of England to allow women to serve as bishops, which many traditionalists oppose. And while he adheres to current church policy banning openly homosexual priests and decrying same-sex marriage,he spoke of the need to listen to the gay community and to "examine my own thinking carefully and prayerfully." "We must have no truck with any form of homophobia in any part of the church," Welby said.

Drive-throughprayerministry reaCheSOLit tOthe 'diSCOnneCted' By Cheryl Truman Lexington Herald-Leader

LEXINGTON, Ky.— You want that

blessing to go? Not a problem. Centerpointe Christian Church in Lexington, Ky., has offered drive-through prayersto those who need them since Easter. Church volunteers offer the prayers tailoredto the concerns of each carload that comes through the two-lane prayer carrel at the church. Drivethrough prayersare offered on the third Wednesday of each month. If the drive-through prayer ministry becomes reallysuccessful — and so far, church members say it has drawn a good response — the service may be offered on a weekly basis. "We drive by unaware of what

The idea for t h e d r ive-through prayer ministry came from a church member who had heard of its operation at another church, he said. "It's really taken off," Hughes said. During its two-hour session, the church has had anywhere from 15 to 26 people drive through seeking

prayer.

Brian Bolton, pastor of the independent Christian church which was founded in November 2004 and draws 230 to 250 worshipers each week, said that the drive-throughprayerministry, along withsuch events as the church's "Trunk or Treat" outdoor Halloween celebration, are part of its "vision and passion to connect with those who are disconnected." "Our mission is to connect with our people carry daily," said Rex Hughes, community," Bolton said. "We have a who isin charge ofthe church'sprayer huge heart to love our community." ministry. "It's eye-opening. It's touchThe drive-through prayer ministry ing. It's a simple way to reach out to is gaining traction around the counour community and say, 'We're going try,according to church websites from to love you." Florida to California to Illinois. Also Volunteersstand by as drivers stop. gaining popularity nationally is anDriver and passengers are asked to other methodto energize prayer minrelay concerns for which prayers are istries a step beyond telephone prayer said. The information is written on chains and email: prayer paging, in a card, which is used for additional which your cell phone alerts you each prayerlater,organizers said. time a prayer is said on your behalf. If participants are willing to offer The Centerpointe church hopes to an email address, they will receive ad- see congregational growth from its ditional information from the church. drive-through ministry, which introRex Hughes, who is in charge of the duces potential members to the church church's prayer ministry, said that the quickly, Hughes said. "You're one foot in the door almost," church is gaining some members from the ministry. Hughes said.

ANTIOCH CHURCH:Senior Pastor Ken Wytsma; "Decision Making and the Will of God," as part of a series on Proverbs; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; Redux Q-and-A after the service; Bend High School, 230 N.E. Sixth St., Bend. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: PastorDave Miller; Sunday at10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group: Wednesdayat7 p.m.;19831 Rocking Horse Road, Bend. BEND CHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Matthew Bissonnette; "You Are the Branches"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E. 27th St., Bend. COMMUNITYOF CHRIST:Elder Shawn Sahlberg; "Patience," based on James 5:7-11; Sunday at11 a.m., following 10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 Cooley Road, Bend. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH:Pastor Dave Drullinger; "A Functional Faith," based on Galatians 6:1-10, and a recognition of veterans for their service; Sunday at10 a.m.; 334 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. EASTMONT CHURCH:PastorJohn Lodwick; "The Difference Grace Makes in Parent/Child Relationships," based on Ephesians 6:1-4, as part of the series "Grace Makes a Difference"; Sunday at 9 and 10:45 a.m.; 62425 Eagle Road, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSECHURCHOFGOD:Associate pastor Guy Drescher; "Living God's Promises"; Sunday at10a.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road, Bend. The youthgroup meetsWe dnesdayat7 p.m. THE FELLOWSHIP ATBEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "Life on Mission," based onActs; Sunday at10 a.m.; Morning Star Christian School,19741Baker Road,Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Lead pastor Steven Koski; "Yes to the Future!"; Sunday at 9 a.m.,10:45 a.m .and 5:01 p.m .services;230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend. FIRST UNITEDMETHODISTCHURCH:The Rev. Thom Larson; "I Believe in Generosity," based on Mark 12:38-44; Sunday at 9 and 11a.m.; 680 N.W. Bond St., Bend. FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH):Pastor Syd Brestel; "They Share the Same Faith but Not the Same Freedom," with a time of prayer for the persecuted church; Sunday at10:15a.m.;60 N.W. Oregon Ave.,Bend. GRACEFIRSTLUTHERANCHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraat en;"The Eyesto See"and "Sharing";Sunday at9:30a.m.;2265 N.W .Shevlin ParkRoad,Bend. JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "Questions ThatLeave a Mark";Sundayat9 a.m . and10:30a.m.;70 N.W. NewportAve., Bend. NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH: Pastor Craig Jorgensen; "Principalities and Powers," based on Colossians 1:11-20; Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11a.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend. NEW HOPE CHURCH:PastorRandy Myers;"Love Trusts," based on1 Corinthians; today at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 9 and 10:45 a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend. REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH:Pastor Mike Yunker; "Paul's FinalDays,"based onActs 20, Ephesians1-6 and 2 Timothy1-4; Sunday at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m.; 2880 N.E. 27th St., Bend. RIVERWOODS CHURCH:PastorRene Houle;"How to Face the Future," based on Exodus14:1-31; Sunday at11 a.m.; 60377 Cinder Butte Road, Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OFTHE CASCADES:Guest speaker Adora Adrienne Hitchcock; "In the Pursuit of Consciousness, the Experiential Approach"; Sunday at 9 a.m.; held at The Old Stone Church, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:The Rev. Patrick Rooney; "Put Not Your Trust in Princes," based on Psalm 146; Sunday at 8 a.m. (guitar-led worship) and11 a.m. (organ-led worship and communion); 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road, Bend. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OF CENTRAL OREGON:The Rev.Alex Holtand veterans from the fellowship; "Veterans Speak"; Sunday at11 a.m.; at the Old Stone Church, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend. WESTSIDECHURCH: Pastor Ken Johnson; Part three of "Relentless: Shake It Off"; today at 6:30 p.m.and Sunday at8,9 and 10:45 a.m.;2051 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDESOUTHCAMPUS: Pastor Scott McBride; Part three of "Relentless: Shake It Off"; Sunday at 9 am.and1030am.;1245SE. Third St., Bend. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor Heidi Bolt; "What Does It Mean to Be Converted?" based on John 21:15-19; Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 529 N.W. 19th St., Redmond. EMMAUS LUTHERANCHURCH:The Rev. David Poovey; "The Diet That Transforms Lives," based on Philippians 3:12-21; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175 S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH:Gerald Klug; The office of morning prayer; Sunday at10 a.m.; Southwest12th Avenue and Forest Avenue, Redmond. ZIONLUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Eric Burtness; "Connecting with God ... When You've Lost Your Spiritual Vitality"; Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and11 a.m.; 1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond. AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Youthgroup W ednesday at7 p.m .;52460 SkidgelRoad,La Pine. COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCHATSUNRIVER: Guest speaker Andrew Garland; "What Are WeHiding?," based on 2 Kings; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev. Willis Jenson; "Christ Walks in the Ways of Righteousness and the Judgement of the Cross to Enrich Eternally Men lmpoverished by Sin," based on Proverbs 8:20; Sunday at11 a.m.; held at Terrebonne Grange Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. JEWISH BOOK FAIR: Book presentations by authors Arthur Lezin, Randy Weinreb and holocaust survivor Hans Biglajzer and a display of Hanukkah books and other Jewish books, sponsored by the Bend Jewish Library; free; 10 a.m.-8p.m. Sunday; Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2690 E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; contact 541-5041160 or patgivens©bendcable.com. 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FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11th St.. • 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

9:30 am SundayEducationalClasses 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike lohnson will be sharing the Sunday service message titled, "Without Fear. The Five Questions" beginning at 10:30am

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 REDM O N D A S S E M B L Y OF GOD

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COM M U N ITY BIBI.E CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN PRESCHOO L 541-593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

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

Morning Worship 8:30 am 8 10:30 am Life groups 9 am Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am Evening Worship 6 pm

REAL LIFE 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

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

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

• Women's Bible Study - Tuesdays, 10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept. - May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6:15 pm • Men's Bible Study- Thursdays 9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available

Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844 Associate Pastors Don Henderson 6 Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org

Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: lake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org

541 -548-4555 SUNDAYS

Potluck 6 pm Music andthe Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30 am-10:15 am-11 am Nursery 6 Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair 8 Ozzy Osbourne Associate Pastors: Don Henderson 6 Mike Sweeney 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541-548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com

Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM at 9:00 am. each Sunday to hear

"Transforming Truth" with Pastor Glen.

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

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

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WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7PM

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

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

Pastor John Lodwick www.eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST)

"A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel SUNDAY

9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10:15 AM Worship Service This Sunday at Foundry Church, we will be focusing on prayer for the persecuted church. Pastor Syd will be giving his message, "They share the same faith but not the same freedom"

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, II:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am

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

BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH

In Partnership with AmericanMissionary Fellowship

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

We preachthe good newsofJesus Christ, singgreat hymns of fai!h, and searchthe Scriptures together. Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Study- Thursday, 10:30 am Pastor Ed Nelson 541-777-0784 www.redmondbbc.org

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A Foursquare Fellowship Senior Pastors Steve F Ginny McPherson

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3;15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH

Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti

• Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release of fears • Answers to your questions

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

Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30, 10:00 AM S 7:00 PM Domingo 12:30PM - Misa en Espanol Jueves7;00 PM — Misa en Espanol Reconciliation/Reconciliacion Saturday — 3:00 - 4:45 PM - English Thursday 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM English 0 Espanol Domingo 11:15 AM — 12:15 PM Espanol HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCI-I

Corner of NW Franklin F Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM Monday — Friday 7:00 AM F 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM

Next month's Community HU will be Saturday, December 8, 0 3:00 PM. I-Ield at the Cook County Library, 175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr., Prineville, OR

For more information please visit www.eckankar.org or www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476 (message phone) •

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 469 NW Wall St. • 541-382-5542 www.trinitybend.org Sanday Schedule 8 am Holy Eucharist 9:15 am Education for All Ages 10;15 am Holy Eucharist

Exposition F Benediction (w/nursery care S Godly Play) Monday after 7:00 AM Mass — 6:00 PM 5 pm Holy Eucharist Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (in St. Helens Hall) Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass — 6:00 PM Thursday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Reconciliation/Reconciliacion Tuesday after 7:30 AM — 8:00 AM English o Espanol Saturday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM English o Espanol ST. THOMAS CATH O LIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390

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

THE SALVATION ARMY

755 NE 2nd Street, Bend 541-389-8888 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am

Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service - 11:00 am Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene NEW H O P E EV A N G E L ICAL

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

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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 feJJowship after each service

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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

Shabbat and High Holiday Services Religious Education Program Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training Weekly Torah StudyEvery Sat 0 10 am Active Sisterhood

Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach 1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.com

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

GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 541 -382-6862

HOUSE OF COVENANT Est. 1994

• Davidic dance and worship • Children's ministry and nursery • Home groups

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

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

"Yes to the Future!" 9:00 am - Contemporary 10:45 am - Traditional 5:01 pm - Relaxed Rev. Jenny Warner, preaching Noon — Discover First Pres Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade. Nursery care provided.

Wednesday Noon Silence 6 Supper Worship 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer

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

Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337

Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

U NITY COM M U N I T Y O F CENTRAL OREG O N Join the Unity Community Sunday 10:00 am

with Rev. Jane Meyers Youth Program Provided The Unity Community meets at 62855 Powell Butte Hwy (near Bend Airport) Learn more about the Unity Community of Central Oregon at www.unitycentraloregon.com or by calling 541-388-1569 •

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

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

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

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

F IRST UNITED M E T H O D I S T CHURCH

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672 EveryoneisWelcome!

Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "Unbound 8 Set Free" Scripture: Isaiah 25:6-9 John II:32-44 9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am Service il:00 am - Traditional Service Childcare provided on Sunday

8:30 am Sunday "During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship,

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Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson flrstchurch@bendumc.org

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SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH

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This Sunday's sermon is: "Principalities and Powers" Colossians I:11-20 given by Pastor Craig Jorgensen

to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the

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

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

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

Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts

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

• Teaching from the Torah and the Brit

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

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Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. (Child Care Available) Sunday School 10:20 a.m. Education Hour 10:45 a.m. Women's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m.

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We provide a congregational setting Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the for Jews and Christians alike. If you're Union for Reform fudaism. Our members represent a wide range interested in learning the Bible from a of lewish backgrounds. Hebrew perspective, come join us at: We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Bear Creek Center Our monthly activities include 21300 Bear Creek Rd. social functions, services, religious education, Hebrew school, Torah Bend, OR. 97701 study, and adult education Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries Rabbi Glenn Ettman

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Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor Rev. Heidi Bolt, Associate Pastor

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Learn how to sing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual All services are held at the HOLY REDEEMER CATHOLIC Exercise. HU pronounced like the First United Methodist Church PARISH word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes 680 NW Bond Street Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor 541-388-8826 and is followed by a brief period of www.holyredeemerparish.net www.bethtikvahbend.org Parish Office: 541-536-3571 sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion session. HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINE You are invited to this Community HU 16137 Burgess Rd CONCORDIA LUTHERAN on Saturday,November 24, @ 2:00 PM. Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass MISSION (LCMS) 9:00 am Held at the East Bend Library, Sunday Mass — 10:00 am 162080 Dean Swift Rd. Themission of the Church is!o forgive sins Confessions: Saturdays — 3:00-4:00 pm (Across from Costco, off Hwy 20) through the Gospeland thereby grant e!ernai life. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER Confession )OcVII1.8, 10) 18143 Cottonwood Rd. singing HU can bring you greater 10 am Sunday School Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; happiness, love, and understanding. ll am Divine Service Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Singing HU can draw us closer in our Sunday mass 8:00 am state of consciousness to the Divine Confessions: Thurs. 9:00- 9:15 am The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor. Being. It has helped people of many 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist different faiths open their hearts more Terrebonne, OR 120 Mississippi Dr fully to the uplifting presence and Sunday Mass — 12:30 Pm www.lutheransonline.com/ security of God's love. Confessions: Sundays 12:00 -12:15 Pm condordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission HOLY FAMILY, Singing HU can help you experience: Phone: 541-325-6773 near Christmas Valley

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Grant

BUDGET IMPASSE

Continued from A1 "They required a great deal of details, like looking at individual budgets, and looking at how much money was leveraging from other sources," said Bruce Abernethy, th e d i strict's grant writer. Initially, t h e di s t r i ct didn't pursue the application when it was announced in April. But after more research, the district decided in late August to give it a try, Abernethy said. By then, a deadline of Nov. 2 w a s o nl y a b out two months away. As the d istrict b e ga n w o r k i ng through the requirements, such as budgets for projectsand performance measures, Abernethy said, the district r e alized p u tting a competitive application together would be u n realistic, given the deadline and complexity o f the application. In general, federal grant programs have more requirements t ha n g r a nts from state agencies or private foundations, he said. Bend-La Pine Schools' decision wasn't that unusual for Oregon districts. Despite the large amount of potential m oney, the Race to the Top program attracted only seven applicants in Oregon. None were in Central Oregon. The applicants are Eugene School D i strict, C a n by School District, McMinnville School District, Salem-Keizer School District, W oodburn S c hool D i s trict and Hillsboro School District, according to the O regon D e partment o f Education. T he s e v ent h ap p l i cant was a consortium of Oakridge School District, Three Rivers School District, Siuslaw School District, Lowell School District, Lane Education Service District, the University of Oregon and the Business Education Compact. The applications aren't light on paperwork. Crystal Greene, a spokeswoman for the ODE, said the applications averaged more than 300 pages each. They also require planning, with the school and district staff meeting and reaching an agreement on plans that have support from schools, educators and others, she said. " Finding time fo r t h i s type of rigorous application process during the school year is always a challenge," Greene said in an email. "We were very pleased to see the interest in Oregon districts to make time for this process and pursue this opportunity." Districts had d i f ferent reasons for not pursuing the money. Portland Public Schools had filed an intent to apply in August, but dropped out after it failed to gain support from its teachers union about the grant's requirement that test scores are part of teacher evaluations, according to a p ublished report in The Oregonian. Bend-La Pine Schools, though, had o btained a letter of support from the Bend Education Association, its teachers union. "The district's described goals of creating a more rigorous a n d r el e vant curriculum, of p r oviding support for t eacher and principal eff e c tiveness, of increasing college and career readiness, and of improving its technological systems to better meet the needs ofstudents and educators are worthy and attainable," BEA President Mark Molner wrote in an Oct. 23 letter in support of the application. The district, when considering the grant application, had identified projects that i n cluded a d vanced course options for middle and high school students, more mentoring for new teachers, in st r u ctional coaches for l iteracy and math, and increased staff to trim class sizes at highpoverty schools. Although t h e d i s t rict i sn't in t h e r u n ning f o r t he program, th e w o r k still helped Bend-La Pine Schools identify concepts and goals for the future, Abernethy said.

Obama andBoehner make theiropening moves

— Reporter: 541-977-7185, bbotkin@bendbulletin.com

By John H. Cushman jr.

open discussions with congressional leaders next week WASHINGTON — P r esi- to seek a compromise, and dent Barack Obama and the then, before an applauding House speaker, John Boehner, c rowd of supporters in t h e circled each other warily Fri- White House's East Room, deday, defendingtheir competing fended the "detailed plan" that approaches forresolving the he campaigned on — including budget impasse even as both higher taxes on the wealthy. "I'm not wedded to every professed their willingness to reach common ground. detail of my plan. I am open to Obama, in his first formal compromise. I am open to new remarks since the night of ideas," he said. "But I refuse to his re-election, said he would accept any approach that isn't New Yorh Times News Service

Fiscal cliff Continued from A1 Some economists believe the cuts would r educe the gross domestic product by as much as 2 percent and plunge the country into a recession, said Merkley. But Democrats and Republicans remain heavily divided on how to deal with the fiscal cliff and the nation's ballooning debt. By and large, Democrats favor letting the Bushera tax cuts expire, at least for households earning more than $250,000, as a way of generatingmore revenue.Republicans tend to prefer cuts to govern-

ment spending. "It won't be an easy conversation," Merkley said. "The

lame duck (session) is so brief,

balanced. "We havetocombine spending cuts with revenue, and that means asking the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more in taxes," he said, calling for Congress to immediately extend existing tax rates for 98 percent of taxpayers. B oehner, citing a "cord ial" conversation with t h e president on t h e m o r n ing after the election, said that he was "hopeful that produc-

tive conversations can begin soon so that we can forge an agreement that can pass the Congress." But he insisted, as the Republicans put it t h r oughout the campaign, that "the problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest Americans is that more than half of them are small-business owners." He added, "Raising tax rates will slow down our ability to create the jobs that everyone

The 'fiscal cliff' With the election behind them, President BarackObamaand Republican leaders in Congress nowmust turn their attention to the so-called fiscal cliff, the mix of tax hikesandspending cuts set to hit in January.

THE TRIGGER • When the two parties failed to reach a compromise, a bipartisan supercommittee was tasked with finding $1.2 trillion in budget savings over 10 years or face automatic spending cuts

• in summer 2011, House Republicans refused to raise the federal debt ceiling, typically a routine task, unless spending cuts were enacted to lower the debt

• The supercommittee failed, triggering automatic cuts, called sequestration, effective January 2013; Democrats wanted spending cuts and tax increases; Republicans wanted only spending cuts

THE MAIN DRIVER: THE BUSH-ERATAX CUTS ANDTHE FEDERAL DEBT While Republicans focus on lowering the debt, they want to makepermanent the Bush-era tax cuts —a major contributor to the debt — and gut federal programs to pay for them. Democrats want to let the cuts expire for households with taxable incomeabove$250,000. The differences reflect the parties' attitudes toward government: Onefavors small, limited government, the other a larger, more pro-active one.

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and there are so many issues tied up in the fiscal cliff, that's going to be the issue that dominates our work between now and the New Year." Walden said he hopes for a t e mporary c o m p romise that gives lawmakers more time next year to decide the best course of action on the economy. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, has been "pretty clear that he doesn't think the lame duck session is a place where big things get done,

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shouldn't," Walden said. For a fleeting period in July 2011, it seemed like Boehner and the Obama administration had struck a grand bargain on long-term debt reduction, but the deal quickly fell apart. When the bipartisan supercommittee,subsequently tasked with f i nding $1.2 trillion in cuts over 10 years, failed to reach an agreement, that triggered $1.2 trillion in mandatory cuts divided between defense spending and discretionary spending, with Social Security and Medicaid exempted. Both sides believed they had a winning argument to make to the voters, with Republicans campaigning against defense cuts and Democrats against cuts to entitlements. While Democrats retained the White House and made modest gains in both chambers, T u e sday's el e c tion continued the status quo in Washington, with Democrats in control of the Senate and

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Republicans in charge of the House. Now that th e election is over, perhaps both sides will be more willing to compromise, Walden said. "I think there's an opportunity here to start over and see if we can find some common ground," he said. Wyden said he intends to be "heavily involved" in the debate over how to avoid the fiscal cliff, and also sees a new opportunity to engage with

both Democrats and Republicans on two key issues: tax reform and Medicare. Every day for the next 20 years, 10,000 Americans will turn 65, making it i m perative to the country's financial health to find a way to keep Medicare solvent, he said. Solutions won't be reached by the end of the year, but Congress can lock in a general framework for howto proceed, he said. "I think the country wants

to do more than just put everything on automatic pilot, which is what sequestration really does," he said. Wyden also has a hold on legislation that would extend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which was last amended in 2008 and allows the U.S. to monitor the emails and phone calls of suspected f oreign agents. W y den, a member of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, has asked the Obama administra-

says they want." Their dueling appearances seemed almost like a reprise of the debates over tax proposals, which were the sharpest point of division in the presidential election. Asked if the results of the election had w eakened his hand, Boehner said: "There is a Republican majority here in the House. The American people re-elected the Republican majority."

tion to provide an estimate of how many Americans have had their communications inadvertently intercepted under the law. He is openly opposed to reauthorizing the surveillance law until the administration provides the public with more information about how the law is implemented. "This is a q uestion, once again, about protecting Americans from very realthreats that you see from some of the bad actors overseas, and at the same time ensuring that the privacy rights of law-abiding Americans areprotected," he said. Wyden said he intends to introduce amendments to the law that would shorten the length of time before it would need to be reauthorized, and that would close loopholes that allow U.S. law enforcement to use the law to spy on Americans without obtaining a search warrant. Merkley, Wyd e n an d Walden said they hoped the Senate would pass legislation that would revise the allocation of water behind the Bowman Dam, so that it can be reconciled with the version the House passed in June. "Otherwise we have to start over nextyear,and that would take a while," Walden said. "If we have to start over, you're talking months and months." Right now, the main difference betweenthe two versions of the bill is that the Senate bill authorizesthe Bureau of Reclamation to release as much of the unallocated water behind the dam — roughly half of the water in the Prineville Reservoir — as it deems necessary to promote healthy fish and fisheries downstream. Both versions would authorize the release of 5,100 acre-feet of water into the Crooked River to offset groundwater pumped by the city of Prineville, and would move the Wild and Scenic boundary line away from the center of the dam about a quarter of a mile down the river, which would open the 240foot-high dam to hydropower development. It is important to get the bill's language right so that it doesn't allow officials to drain too much water from the reservoir, Walden said. — Reporter: 202-662-7456, aclevengerC<bendbulletin.com

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Voting rights Continued from A1 "In the midst of the recent assault on voter access, the Voting Rights Act is playing a pivotal role beating back discriminatory voting measures," said Debo Adegbile, t he acting president of t h e NAACP Legal Defense Fund. The Supreme Court's ruling on the law, expected by June, could reshape how future elections are conducted. The case concerns Section 5 of the law, which requires many state and local governments, mostly in the South, t o o b tai n p e r m ission, o r "preclearance,"from the Justice Department or a federal court before making changes that affect voting. Critics of the law call the preclearance requirement aunique federal intrusion on state sovereignty and a badge of shame for the affected jurisdictions that is no longer justified. The preclearance requirement, originally set to expire in five years, was upheld by the Supreme Court in 1966 as a rational response to the often flagrantly lawless conduct of some Southern officials then. Congress has r epeatedly extended the requirement: for five years in 1970, seven years in 1975, and 25 years in 1982. Congress renewed the act in 2006 after holding extensive

hearings on the persistence of racial d iscrimination at the polls, again extending the preclearancerequirement for 25 years. But it made no changes to the list of jurisdictions covered by Section 5, relying instead on a formula based on historical practices and voting data from elections held decades ago. It applies to nine states — Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia — and to scores of counties and municipalities in other states. Should the court rule that Congress was no t e n titled to rely on outdated data to decide which j u r i sdictions should be covered, lawmakers could in theory go back to the drawing board and re-enact the law using fresher information. In practice, given the political realities, a decision striking down the cover-

age formula would probably amount to the end of Section 5. In May, a d ivided threejudge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D istrict o f C o l umbia r e j ected a challenge to the law filed by Shelby County, Ala. Judge David S. Tatel, writing for the majority, acknowledged that "the extraordinary federalism costs i m posed by Section 5 r a ise substantial constitutional concerns," and

he added that the record compiled by Congress to justify the law's renewal was "by no means unambiguous." "But Congress drew reasonable conclusions from the extensive evidence it g athered," he went on. The constitutional amendments ratified after the Civil War, he said, "entrust Congress with ensuring that the right to votesurely among the most important guarantees of political liberty in the Constitutionis not abridged on account of race. In this context, we owe much deferenceto the considered judgment of the people's elected representatives." The d i ssenting m e mber of the panel, Judge Stephen Williams, surveyed r ecent evidence concerning registration and turnout, the election of black officials, the use of federalelection observers and suits under another part of the law. Some of that evidence, he said, "suggests that the coverage f o r mula c o m pletely lacks any rational connection to current levels of voter discrimination," while other evidence indicates that the formula, "though not completely perverse, is a remarkably bad fit with Congress' concerns." "Given the drastic remedy imposed on coveredjurisdictions by Section 5," he wrote, "I do not believe that such equivocal evidence can sus-

tain the scheme." T he Supreme Court h a s already once considered the constitutionality of the 2006 extension of the law in a 2009 decision, Northwest Austin Municipal U t i l it y Di s t r i ct Number One v. Holder. But it avoided answering the central question, and it seemed

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entaon moves to sience s on secret o erations By Kimberly Dozier WASHINGTON The military is cracking down on special operations troops who share knowledge oftheir secret missions for profit, punishing seven Navy S EALs, including one involved in the mission to get Osama bin Laden, who moonlighted as advisers ona combat video game. Current and former SEALs, including the author of a tellall book on th e bi n L aden raid, complain they're getting mixed messages from the military, which likes to see itself on big and small screens on its own terms. The seven SEALs are being reprimanded and having their

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punishments had been handed out for misconduct, but he did by video game company EA, not offer any details. "We do not tolerate deviaaccording to military officials speaking on condition of ano- tions from the policies that nymity because they were not govern who we are and what authorized to discuss the in- we do as sailors in the United vestigations publicly. States Navy," Bonelli said. He T he men w il l r e main i n alluded to the importance of the SEAL teams, but were honoring nondisclosure agreepunished for working on the ments that SEALs sign. video game without their comHe said thepunishments this mand's permission, revealing week "send a clear message classified information by shar- throughout our force that we ing the tactics they use and are and will be held to a high showing designers some of standard of accountability." their specially designed comThe SEALs' unauthorized bat equipment unique to their work came to light as part of unit, the officials said. the investigation of the book Four more SEALs could "No Easy Day," by f o rmer face the similar punishment. SEAL Matt Bissonnette, with The deputy c o m mander his firsthand account of the of Naval S pecial W a r fare raid that killed bin Laden in Command, Rear Adm. Garry Pakistan last year. Publisher Bonelli, issued a statement ac- Penguin's Dutton Imprint igknowledging that nonjudicial nored the Pentagon's warn-

Donkeys Continued from A1 The hopeful take of U.S. officials is that this is the kind of "Afghan sustainable" approach that, though not ideal, will endure even as Western f unding tapers off. But A f ghan leaders aren't happy. After a decade of joint operations and exposure to cuttingedge technology, they want their military to look like the American one they have seen up close. U.S. officials say that is impractical and financially unrealistic. The United States has spent more than $50 billion on Afghan securityforces over the past decade, carrying one of the world's poorest armies into modernity. The money b ought ne w v e h icles a n d guns for the Afghan army. But now, as U .S. troops leave the war against insurgents to Afghan soldiers and police, American officials are deciding which bases and resources will be handed over to A f g h anistan's s e curity forces, and which will be destroyed or shipped back to the United States. It's a contentious issue that A f ghan commanders and their U.S. advisers discuss every day. Afghans want night-vision goggles, which A m e ricans have refused to buy. They want more heavy weaponry and e quipment t o de t e ct explosives. American commanders say those requests are too costly and not essential to the mission. More than anything, Afghan soldiers want helicopters. As of now, they have 31, a far cry from the vast fleet maintained bythe U.S. forces. Without any assurance that the Americans will give them more, a frustratedPresident Hamid Karzai threatened to acquire aircraftfrom nonNATO countries.

Fighting corruption With the U.S. choppers on their way o ut, th e d onkey trade has risen steadily. The animals, many of which have been redirectedfrom farm labor to military duty, transport everything that soldiers need, from rice to ammunition. L ast w e ek , w h e n U . S . troops visited a m o u ntain outpost manned by Afghan s oldiers, they saw tw o A f ghan teenagers leading four donkeys. Each animal carried 10 gallons of water. The k ey f i ghting p o sition, t h e Americans learned, was sustained exclusively by donkey. "You are the richest and m ost powerful c ountry i n

ings that the book contained c lassified i n f ormation a n d published the book just ahead of the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks. The Pentagon would have a hard time proving the video game makers had disseminated classified information that threatened national securitybecause the combat tactics shown in the game are common to games and action movies, said Mark Zaid, a Washinton-based national security attorney who regularly handles cases involving secrecy agreements and classified information. EA spokesman Peter Nguyen said the company has no plans to recall "Medal of Honor: Warfighter, " and there are "no plans to alter the content contributed by combat veterans in the game." He would not elaborate.

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4 p.m. daily; adults, $12; ages 65-plus, $10; ages 5-12, $7; ages 4and younger, free.

Rachel Mayhill chats with Andrew Davis,coordinator of student life at the Oregon State University-Cascades Campus. Mayhill, this year's student body president, is considered one of the university's standout students.

Ava Munselle, 7, left, plays a game with her mom,Rachel Mayhill, at their home in Redmond. Ava, says her grandmother, Virginia Mayhill, is "just as smart" as her mom.

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hats, gloves, scarves, socks. Donate cannedfood and receive a raffle ticket for each item donated. Prizes include:

skis, helmets, goggles, lift tickets and more. Most needed items

are: meats, soups, peanut butter, pasta, rice, beans, fruits and

veggies. The Powder House is located at 311 S.W.

Century Drive, Bend. Contact: 541-3896234.

Drivers needed for meal delivery The Central Oregon Council on Aging is seeking volunteer drivers to deliver meals to

seniors in Bend. The Meals-On-Wheels program distributes meals

to the homes of seniors who are unable to prepare or purchase their own meals. COCOA is a nonprofit organization "dedicated

Formerly a distinguished soldier and now a top student at Oregon State University-Cascades Campus,Rachel Mayhill has built a bright future for herself and her 7-year-old daughter, Ava.

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ABOVE:Rachel Mayhill holds up the U.S. Army uniform she wore during her 10-year career in the National Guard and on active duty. A high school dropout at age 16, Mayhill made her mark in the Army by achieving leadership positions and earning official commendations. LEFT:Mayhill shows a meaningful challenge coin, one of many from her time in the Army. Officers and others distribute the coins to those they feel have made an impact.

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ext Saturday, 50 students sporting orange and black will board a bus in Bend bound for game day at Reser Stadium in Corvallis. It will be the first time Beavers football tickets have been allocated specifically for Oregon State University-Cascades Campus. The idea was championed byRachel Mayhill, this year's OSU-Cascades student body president. "This isn't just about providing an experience for students," she said, "it's about connecting students to this organization. I feel like if we're going to be distinctly OSU, we need to be doing distinctly OSU activities." At age 30, Mayhill is considered a standout student at OSU-Cascades, where she has a 4.0 grade point average. The Redmond resident applied for an event-planning position with the campus' student government but so impressed selection committee members that they urged her to take the top job. She recently rallied students to join a trip to a career fair on the main OSU campus in Corvallis, into which she included an organized tour of some of the university's standout facilities. "She's just the sort of individual who you only need to talk to for 10 minutes to know she has high expectations for herself," said Natalie Dollar, an OSU-Cascades associate professor who has become one of Mayhill's mentors. The recognition comes along the path of what has already been a remarkable

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Mayhill dropped out of Redmond High School at 16. A year later, she joined the armed forces, embarking on an adventure that took her to four different continents over a decade. She worked in mental health and addiction counseling in the Army. She also organized VIP trips to one of the largest American medical centers abroad, supervised a tri-service Color Guard that was requested to perform regularly across Europe and, for a time, worked as a sergeant major's assistant. She soon racked up accolades, such as being named 2009 Leader of the Year out of 5,000 soldiers and one of 20 rising stars within the Army Medical Department. See Mayhill /B6


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Daughter, boyfriend slow to embracefuture Dear Abby: My d aughter, "Renee," is 25 and is an intelligent andindependent woman with a good job. She has been in a relationship with her boyfriend,"Bryan," for 6' /~years. They have been living together forthe past two years. Bryan is nice and has a decent job, and I like him. However, there is virtually no conversation between them about what their f u t ure t ogether holds. Renee would like to get engaged, but she refuses to

bring anything up to Bryan for fear that he will feel "pushed." She wants it to happen with no prodding. I maintain that it's perfectly acceptable to ask where he sees their relation-

ship going.

DEAR ABBY brother and his wife ignore it because, according to them,

being gay is a"sin." This couple has been out of high school for two years. They are also both virgins, which is unusual. I had a g athering at my home, and some gay friends attended. They noticed that he was gay and mentioned it to me. Should I just stand by and keep my mouth shut? — Unsure in New Jersey Dear Unsure: Y e s, y o u should. Unless you are 100 percent sure the man is, in fact,

At this point, I'd like to take Bryan aside and say that I love my daughter and would like to know what his intentions are. Is that totally inappropriate in this day and age? I worry she may be throwing away her best years on a dead-end relationship. I know Renee would not be happy if I approached Bryan with this. Should I just keep my mouth shut and let her handle it? — Mama on a Mission Dear Mamn: You are wellmeaning, but this is one mission your daughter must complete for herself. Please tell her that after a relationship of six years — and living together for two of them — having a rational discussion with Bryan would not be "pushy." In fact, it's the intelligent thing to do. He may h ave commitment issues. Or he may need the "nudge." And frankly, if the romance is leading nowhere, Renee needs to know that an engagement to him is not in her future before she invests any more time. Dear Abby: My niece is en-

gay, you should keep your feel-

gaged to a really nice guy who

— Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440,Los Angeles, CA 90069.

is obviously gay and in denial because of his religion. My

ings to yourself. Your niece's fiance may be an effeminate straight man. And your gay friends' "gaydar" may have given them a false reading at

your gathering. Dear Abby:I have developed a horrible crush on my kids' tennis instructor. I am very happily married and would never, ever cheat on my husband, but t his man m akes my heart race. My kids and I spend a fair amount of time with him, and I'm afraid it's starting to show. By the way, I'm pretty sure my feelingsare reciprocated. What to do? — Crushing Mom in the South Dear Crushing Mom:It's not a question of what you should do, but rather what you should NOT do. Do not act on your feelings, do not spend time alone with him and do not tell anyone about it. Enjoy feeling like you are 16, and take your kids home after their lesson. In time, the feeling will fade — particularly if they develop an interest in another sport.

Horoscope:HappyBirthday for Saturday,Nov. 10,2012 By Jacqueline Blgar This year you have atendency to keep a lot to yourself. Others find it difficult to get you to open up. You are like a clam, unless you choose to share what's on your mind. If you are single, you might have difficulty meeting Mr. or Ms. Right. In fact, you could meet someone who is emotionally unavailable. Use care when deciding whom to date. If you are attached, try to share more with your sweetie, or else you could create considerable distance betweenyou.LIBRA makes agreat healer for you. The Stars Show the Kind of Day You'll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult ARIES (March 21-April 19) ** * * D ive into a few social days and make plans with others. You might become a background player, but only for a short period of time. That role is not for you, and you'll break out of it with only a little agitation. Tonight: Say "yes." TAURUS (April 20-May 20) ** Remain sensitive to your responsibilities. You have certain details and projects to complete before you can relax. The sooner you accomplish them, the happier you will be. Your insights and feelings merge, which exposes you to new revelations. Tonight: Put your feet up. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) ** * * You know when you no longer can work in the same way. Let go and enjoy yourself. A loved one absolutely would adore spending some more time with you. Be present in the moment, and release what has been an issue foryou in the past. Tonight: Inthe whirlwind of living. CANCER(June 21-July 22) ** * Catch up on a family member's news. A loved one might be exhibiting distress through his or her unusually sour mood. Know your limits and realize what is possible .You cannotopen someone up whohasdecided to be aclam , no matter what. Tonight: Choose a favorite pastime. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) ** * * * M ake spontaneous plans. You will enjoy hearing someone else's good news. A surprise visit or an impromptu phone call heads in your direction. An invitation also could appear out of the blue. You will try to squeeze everything in. Tonight: Invite others to join you for dinner.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ** * * I t seems as though you havethe upcoming holiday season in mind, as you toy with your budget and consider different options for holiday gifts. You could be taken aback by an unexpected development, but know thatyou can handle it. Tonight: Join a loved one for dinner. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) ** * * * Y ou are on top of your game. Howyou see a situation and your abilityto move in a new direction are marked by someone's unpredictability. Sometimes you enjoy this person's erratic behavior, but right now you might not. Tonight: Walk away from a cold shoulder. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ** * M uch is happening around you, but others think you are not picking up on it. Truth be told, you are, and you know exactly what is going on. Until you are sure about how you want to handle this issue, do nothing. Indulge in a leisurely walk for now. Tonight: Observe and say little. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) ** * * * M ake a point of doing something you really want to do. Your upbeat attitude goes far when dealing with a child or loved one who usually can be quite touchy. A disagreement about a money matter is OK; everyone can do what he or she wants. Tonight: Happy wherever you are. CAPRICORN(Dec. 22-Jan.19) ** * * C onsider doing something different, but know that others might invite you to join them in what hasbecome a ritualamong you.The unexpected plays into your plans, no matter which way you turn. Avoid being controlling or difficult. Tonight: A must appearance. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) ** * Make an important call to someoneatadistance.Unexpected developments could interfere with your plans as you head in a new direction. Go with the flow rather than try to control someone else. Tonight: Where there is music. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) ** * * R elate to a friend or loved one directly. You might want to rethink plans, especially if they involve one key person. Know which side your bread is buttered on. You pull the wild card financially. Be careful when taking any risks. Tonight: Visit with a loved one. © 2012 by King Features Syndicate

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TODAY GARAGESALEFUNDRAISER: Proceeds benefit the High Desert Droids robotics team; free admission; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Mountain View High School, 2755 N.E. 27th St., Bend; 541-389-7904 or www.team753.com. MARINE CORPSBIRTHDAY RUN/WALK:Run 5K or walk one mile in honor of the Marine Corps; race begins outside city hall; registration required; proceeds benefit Disabled American Veterans' Portland shuttle van; $21 with a shirt, $14 without; 9 a.m.; City Hall, 710 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-383-8061 or www .vetsdayrun. homestead.com. "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: THE TEMPEST":Starring Audrey Luna and Isabel Leonard in a presentation of Shakespeare's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $24, $22 seniors, $18 children; 9:55 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 8, IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. SENSATIONALSATURDAY: Learn about how native peoples of the High Desert prepared for winter, depended on seasonal foods and supported and sustained the ecostystem; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65 and older, $7 ages 5-12, free ages 4 and younger; 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www.highdesertmuseum.org. THE NATUREOFWORDS: Featuring a lecture by Jean Auel; $40; 11 a.m.-noon; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-647-2233, info@thenatureofwords.org or www.thenatureofwords.org. THE NATUREOFWORDS: Featuring a lecture by Michael Meade; $40; 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. CollegeW ay,Bend; 541-647-2233, info@thenatureofwords.org or www.thenatureofwords.org. THE CALDECOTT AWARD: Learn about the process and criteria for selecting the annual award recipient; free; 1 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, Brooks Room, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 541-617-7099 or www .deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "ASSASSINS":Thoroughly Modern Productions presents a dark musical comedy portraying history's most famous presidential assassins; $21, $18 students and seniors; 2 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626, 2ndstreettheater©gmail.com or www.2ndstreettheater.com. BECOMING A HUMORIST: Joel Clements talks about what it takes to become a humorist; free; 3:30 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, Brooks Room, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-312-1032 or www.deschuteslibrary.org/ calendar. AUDUBONFUNDRAISER: Featuring a membership drive, silent auction, presentations, live music and more; proceeds benefit the East Cascades Audubon Society birding projects; free; 5:30-8:30 p.m.; Bend Senior Center,1600 S.E. Reed Market Road; 541-3173086 or www.ecaudubon.org. THE NATUREOFWORDS: Gala author dinner with a wine reception and author readings; with keynote speaker Dan Wieden; $75 or $110; 5:30 p.m.; Century Center, 70 S.W.Century Drive, Bend; 541-647-2233, info@thenatureofwords.org or www.thenatureofwords.org. SLEDFILM 2012:A screening of the snowmobile film festival; $6 plus fees; 6 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org. BEND GAME NIGHT: Play available board games or bring your own; free; 6 p.m.-midnight; East Bend Public Library, 62080 Dean Swift Road; 541-318-8459. AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Lily Raff McCaulou reads from her memoir "Call of the Mild"; free; 6:30 p.m.; Paulina Springs Books, 422 S.W. Sixth St., Redmond; 541-526-1491. FREAK MOUNTAIN RAMBLERS:The Portlandbased Americana group performs; free; 6 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www. mcmenamins.com. "A MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S DREAM":The Bend High School drama department presents the play by William Shakespeare; $5, $4 students and seniors; 7:30 p.m.; Bend High School,230 N.E. Sixth St.; 541-383-6290. "ASSASSINS":Thoroughly Modern Productions presents adarkmusicalcomedy

"In the Mood," a 1940s musical revuefeaturing The String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra, singers and swing dancers, plays two shows Thursday at the Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend. Showtimes are 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35-$59 plus fees. For more information, call 541-317-0700 or go to www.towertheatre.org. portraying history's most famous presidential assassins; $21, $18 students and seniors; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626, 2ndstreettheater@gmail.com or www.2ndstreettheater.com. "IT'SONLY MONEY": Cascades Theatrical Company presents the musical comedy about mixing love and money; $24, $18 seniors, $12 students; 7:30 p.m.;Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W.Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www.cascadestheatrical.org. BEND COMMUNITY CONTRADANCE:Featuring caller Sue Baker and music by the The Eugene City Barnstormers; $7; 7 p.m. beginner's workshop, 7:30 p.m. dance; Boys & Girls Club of Bend, 500 N.W.Wall St.; 541-330-8943. MONSTER TRUCKNATIONALS: Monster trucks compete in avariety of trick styles; $12 in advance, $15at thegate;7:30 p.m.,gatesopenat5:30 p.m.; Deschutes County Fair8 Expo Center, Hooker CreekEvent Center, 3800 S.W. Airport Way, Redmond; http: //www.expo.deschutes.org. JAMES APOLLOAND THE SWEETUNKNOWN:The rock artist performs, with Murzik; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www.reverbnation.com/venue/ thehornedhand. STACEYEARLEANDMARK STUART:The folk artists perform; $15-$20 suggested donation; 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m.; HarmonyHouse, 17505 Kent Road, Sisters; 541-548-2209. KIRTRONICADANCE CONCERT: Electronic dance music combined with Sanskrit chanting and singing featuring Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda; $10-$20 suggested donation; 8:08-11:11 p.m.; Back BendYoga, 155 S.W. Century Drive; 541-3229642 or www.backbendyoga.net. SHARP THREE:The contemporary world jazz act performs; $6; 9:30 p.m., doors open at 8:30 p.m.; Silver Moon Brewing 8 Taproom, 24 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-388-8331 or www.silvermoonbrewing.com.

SUNDAY AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Arthur Lezin talks about his book, "From Afghanistan to Zaire — Reflections on a Foreign Service Life"; free; 11 a.m.; Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2690 E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; 541-318-7242 or www.athousandlettershome.com. BEND VETERANSDAYPARADE: Themed "Fulfilling our promises to men and women who served"; with a flyover; free for spectators; 11 a.m.; downtown Bend; 541-480-4516. CROOKCOUNTYVETERANS DAY PARADE:Parade begins on 4th and Elm St. and continues to Ochoco Creek Park; followed by a ceremony; free; 11 a.m., 10:30 a.m. staging; downtown Prineville; 541-447-2329. MINING DAYS:Experience the life of a placer miner and pan for gold; $2 panning fee,plusm useum admission; 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; High Desert Museum,59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www.highdesertmuseum.org. REDMONDVETERANSDAY PARADE:Parade honoring veterans, followed by a chili feed for veterans and their families at the VFWpost; free; 11 a.m.; downtown Redmond; 541-280-5161. THE NATURE OFWORDS: Paisley Rekdal recites a selection of her poetryand singer-songwriter Kevin Gordon performs; followed by an open mic; free;11 a.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, Brooks Room, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-312-1032 or www.thenatureofwords.org. VETERANSDAYSERVICE: Service will be followed by an open house at the American Legion Post45; free; 11 a.m.; La Pine Community Cemetery, U.S. Highway 97 and Reed Road; 541-948-5327. VFW OPENHOUSE: Meet military service members and veterans in honor of Veterans Day; free;11 a.m.; VFW Hall, 1503 N.E. Fourth St., Bend;541-389-0775. EMPTY BOWLS:Eleventh annual event features gourmet soup

and a selection of artisan bowls, with live music; proceeds benefit Neighborlmpact; SOLDOUT;11:30 a.m. and1 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Campus Center, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-280-0284 or www.emptybowlsbend.org. AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Randy Weinreb reads from his book, "One Boy of Ten: The Life and Times of Lazarus Leslie Weinreb"; free; 1 p.m.; Barnes 8 Noble Booksellers, 2690 E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; 541-318-7242. MUSIC INPUBLIC PLACES: Featuring a performance by symphony musicians performing with pianist Scott Michaelsen; free; 1 p.m.; Jefferson County Senior Center, 860 S.W. Madison St., Madras; 541-317-3941 or www.cosymphony.com. THE CALDECOTT AWARD: Learn about the process and criteria for selecting the annual award recipient; free;1:30 p.m.; Sisters Public Library, 110 N. Cedar St.; 541-617-7099 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "IT'SONLY MONEY": Cascades Theatrical Company presents the musical comedy about mixing love and money; $24, $18 seniors, $12 students; 2 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W.Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www.cascadestheatrical.org. MADRAS VETERANSDAY PARADE:Parade honoring veterans, followed by a chili feed for veterans and their families at the VFWpost; free; 2 p.m.; no venue, D and10th streets; 541-382-8281. AUTHOR PRESENTATION: Hans Biglajzer reads from his book, "Kristallnacht: Prelude to Destruction"; free; 3 p.m.; Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2690 E. U.S. Highway 20, Bend; 541-318-7242. MUSIC INPUBLIC PLACES: Featuring a performance by symphony musicians performing with pianist Scott Michaelsen; free; 4 p.m.; Community Presbyterian Church, 529 N.W. 19th St., Redmond; 541-317-3941 or www.cosymphony.com. "A MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S DREAM":The Bend High School drama department presents the play by William Shakespeare; $5, $4 students and seniors;7:30 p.m.; Bend High School, 230 N.E. Sixth St.; 541-383-6290. ROBERTCRAY:The veteran blues star performs; SOLDOUT;7:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org. CRUSHEDOUT:The rock bands performs, with Dirty Filthy Mugs; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541728-0879 or www.reverbnation. com/venue/thehornedhand.

MONDAY CASCADEHORIZON BAND:The senior band performs popular Americana music, with a tribute to Stephen Foster; free; 2 p.m.; Mountain View High School, 2755 N.E. 27th St., Bend; 541-639-7734, cascadehorizonband©aol.com or www.cascadehorizonband.org.

TUESDAY AUTHOR PRESENTATION:Julia Kennedy Cochran presents her father's memoir, "Ed Kennedy's War: V-E Day, Censorship and the Associated Press"; free; noon-1 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Library, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-383-7257. KNOW HUMOR: IS LAUGHTER THE BEST MEDICINE?:Carol Delmonico discusses the power of laughter and how it can reduce stress, boostyour immune system andhelp youenjoy life; free; 4:30 p.m.; Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Lane; 541-312-1034. "BRINGOUT YOUR DEAD!" LECTURESERIES: Featuring a presentation on "Cranial lnjuries and Criminals: Understanding Brain Function Through Mishaps and Mayhem"; free; 6-7 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-383-7786.

THE CALDECOTTAWARD: Learn about the process and criteria for selecting the annual award recipient; free; 6:30 p.m.; Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave.; 541-617-7099 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. JIM BRICKMAN:Thesolo pianist, vocalist and composer performs "On a Winter's Night"; $44-$73 plus fees; 7:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org.

WEDNESDAY "REEL INJUN":Ascreening of the 2009 documentary film, with a panel discussion on stereotypes of Native Americans in film and cinema; free; 6:30-9 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. College Way, Bend; 541-383-3782. "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: OTELLO":Starring Renee Fleming, JohanBothaand MichaelFabiano in an encore performance of Verdi's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted in high definition; $18; 6:30 p.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. CAS HALEY:The Austin, Texasbased singer songwriter performs, with Brent Alan; free; 7 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www.mcmenamins.com. "ASSASSINS":Thoroughly Modern Productions presents a dark musical comedy portraying history's most famous presidential assassins; $21, $18 students and seniors; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626, 2ndstreettheater©gmail.com or www.2ndstreettheater.com. "IT'SONLY MONEY": Cascades Theatrical Company presents the musical comedy about mixing love and money; $24, $18 seniors, $12 students; 7:30 p.m.;Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www.cascadestheatrical.org. KITES5 CROWS: TheAshlandbased indie-folk group performs; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541728-0879 or www.reverbnation. com/venue/thehornedhand.

THURSDAY THE LIBRARYBOOKCLUB: Read and discuss "The Sisters Brothers" by Patrick deWitt; free; noon; La Pine Public Library,16425 First St.; 541-312-1090 or www.deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "IN THE MOOD":A1940s musical revue featuring The String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra, singers and swing dancers; $35-$59 plus fees; 3 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org. THE CALDECOTTAWARD: Learn about the process and criteria for selecting the annual award recipient; free; 4:30 p.m.; Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Lane; 541-617-7099 or www.deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. "EL MARIACHI":A screening of the1992 R-rated film about a traveling mariachi mistaken for a murderous criminal who must hide from a gang; free; 6 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Boyle Education Center, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-318-3782, CHICKS WITH PICKS:Featuring performances by four local femalefronted bands; proceeds benefit Saving Grace; $5; 6-10 p.m.; The Summit Saloon & Stage, 125 N.W. Oregon Ave., Bend; 971-570-7199. SERENDIPITY WEST FUNDRAISER: A dinner and a silent auction, with a demonstration by local teens; registration requested; all proceeds benefit the anti-bullying program Challenge Day, organized by the Serendipity West Foundation; $40; 6 p.m. dinner, 5:30 p.m. cocktail hour and auction; Chow, 1110 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend; 541382-1093.


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Rachel Mayhlll, walking at right, supervises the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Color Guard in Germany in 2009. Mayhill spent nearly a decade in the U.S. Army and rose to the rank of staff sergeant before choosing to return to Central Oregon. "You'd have t hese nude beaches and there would be Muslim workers there," she said. "Culturally, you could see it coming." It was while in Egypt, she said, that she decided to go from National Guard to active duty. She wanted the additional training and liked the prospect of the stability. "I looked at it as a lifestyle," she said. From Egypt, she spent a year in S outh K orea, then went to the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, which has been a first stop for wounded soldiers coming out of the field throughout the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Mayhill worked with soldiers grappling w it h p o sttraumatic stress disorder and addiction issues. She a l so helped unload wounded soldiers as they arrived from war zones. "It was such a historic place at this time in our nation's history," Mayhill said. "There are still busloads of casualties arriving even today on a daily basis." It was during that time that, on a whim, Mayhill applied for a job with Landstuhl's command sergeant major, the top enlisted officer at the hospital

who was in charge of roughly 1,000 people. After her interview, instead of the position she applied for, she was made his administrative assistant. The job entailed arranging the visits of high-level military officials, politicians and celebrities and escorting them through their itineraries. "I felt really lucky to be in that position because I'm interested in people, and I didn't shy away from conversation," Mayhill said. "You really couldn't ignore issues of war and peace and not have them touch you personally," she continued. "You would see intimate moments in leadership, as people would see the consequences of their decisions." Sgt. Maj. Quentin Rice, who worked with Mayhill inthe job, called her a "hard charger." "Have you seen'M'A"S'H?' " he said. "There was Radar, who was always a step ahead o f th e c o lonel. T hat w a s my nickname fo r M a y hill — Radar. "She was able to predict and ensure that things were set in order beforehand," he continued. "She would say, 'You're going to be needing this, you're going to be needing that.' " Her departure from the

military, Rice concluded, was a loss, "Because she was going to be climbing through the ranks for sure."

A bright future Mayhill said she left the military after a divorce to focus on her now 7-year-old daughter. That meant returning home to Central Oregon. There was, of course, a transition, particularly in how remote the conflicts are to many Americans. "You live in a world where the casualties of war are an e veryday e x perience," s h e said. "And then you come back to metro areas and people are shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond, redecorating t h eir bathrooms." "It took me a solid year to feel like a civilian," she added. Mayhill soon enrolled at OSU-Cascades, where she is earning a liberal arts degree focusing on social and community development with a business and e ntrepreneurship minor. She got involved on campus. Bruce Petersen, internships, employment and alumni relations coordinator at OSU-Cascades, called Mayhill an exceptional listener who is good at building relationships. She

also is self-aware, able to assess her values and skills. Dollar, an O SU-Cascades speech and communications associateprofessor, said Mayhill has a sense of civic duty ingrained in her. For instance, before she was student body president, M a y hil l he l p ed lobby to get a professional development class offered in the liberal arts curriculum even though she wouldn't be able to take it herself. "It didn't fit in her schedule," Dollar said. "But she knew it was needed for the other students." O n Sunday, Mayhill w i l l march in Bend's Veterans Day parade alongside other OSUCascades students who are veterans. About 5 percent of OSU-Cascades students are veterans, according to campus statistics. Veteransare a subject Mayhill is passionate about, particularly from her vantage point as a behavioral health specialist in the Army. "I am so thankful for the veterans'sacrifices made, past and present," she said, mentioning a trip t o N ormandy as one of the highlights of her time in Europe. "I would encourage veterans to be brave enough to tell at least one other human being about their story. No matter their mistakes or failures, they'vemade an amazing contribution in life." Mayhill w il l g r aduate in June. "I know it's different, but I don't have a goal for what I want to do," she said about her next step. "I have a goal of the type of company I want to work for: team-focused, high energy, room for i ndividual development. And that is socially responsible." The sentiment doesn't surprise her mother. "Rachel is going to do something that has meaning to it, that's clear," Virginia Mayhill said. "She might take the path of g r eater r esistance, but she knows it has greater rewards." "She's genuinely interested in people, which is not something I'm sure you can teach," Dollar said. "I can't even wait to see what she does." — Reporter: 541-617-7828, hhagemeier®bendbulletin.com

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LOCAL BRIEFING McKenzie Pass closes early The Oregon Depart-

ment of Transportation closed McKenziePass Highway on Friday, earlier than expected follow-

ing a recent dumping of snow. Earlier this week,

ODOTannounced state Highway 242, running between Sisters and

Belknap Springs, would close next week. Higher than anticipated snow-

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Har rave convicte in son's eat Nonprofit Bulletin staff report A jury Friday found James Hargrave, of Tumalo, guilty of murdering his son, Steven Hargrave, with a single pistol shot to the chest in December 2011. Hargrave, 62, was scheduled by Circuit Judge Ashby Wells for sentencing Nov. 16 at 9:30 a.m. in Bend. Jurors deliberated about eight hours Thursday and Friday before reaching a verdict at I p.m. Hargrave faces

a mandatory life sentence with a 25-year minimum, according to Deschutes County District Attorney Patrick Flaherty. Attorneys for Hargrave detailed at trial his health problems, which include a stroke, diabetes and kidney failure for which he receives dialysis treatments. They argued he shot his 29-year-old son in self-defense. According to testimony at the two-week trial, Steven Hargrave was a

considerate son who, when he drank, became an unpredictable bully. Both men were drinking the day Steven Hargrave was killed — the father while watching football, the son while doing yard work. James Hargrave took the stand to describe a feeling of fear the day his son confronted him in the bedroom the father shared with his wife, Steven's mother, Pamela Hargrave. "I thought he was gonna

beat me up, because he'd done itbefore,"James Hargrave testified Nov. 2. "His eyes were wide, he was furious, he was screaming," the father said. Pamela Hargrave testified Nov. I that Steven Hargrave would "turn into a monster" when he became intoxicated. He became abusive and threatening, she said, and often threatened to cut off her and her husband's heads. See Hargrave /C2

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A group of people prepare for a presentationby Russ Morgan, of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Friday at a forum on wolf and livestock interactions at the Central Oregon Community College Open Campus in Prineville.

anc ers earn non et a met o s to mana e wo ves By Dylan J. Darling The Bulletin

PRINEVILLE — As wolves spread toward Central Oregon, ranchers can look to the easterncorner of the state for lessons on how to try to keep their cattle from being killed. This was part of the advice passed on Friday by Russ Morgan, state wolf coordinator for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. He was among the speakers at a forum in Prineville focused on the interactions of wolves and livestock, which drew about 50 people. Methods to p rotect livestock without killing wolves vary from setting up fladry, electric fence adorned with brightly colored ribbon, to hiring horsemen to ride the

Russ Morgan, of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, talks about Incident Scene Investigations on Friday at a forum for ranchers on methods to protect livestock from wolves in Prineville.

range to releasing guard dogs. gan said. "... These wolves But each method has its limitations and their effectiveness has yet to be proven. "You don't really know if it is because you did that," Mor-

don't always eat cattle every time they can." He recommended ranchers start by removing bone piles, places where they have long

discardedcattle carcasses,as they are magnets for wolves. Working out of LaGrande, Morgan has been tracking w olves spreading into t h e state from Idaho for years and d ocumenting a t tacks on livestock since 2009. Last year there were 10 confirmed wolf killings of livestock and close to 20 possible killings, according to ODFW's annual wolf report. There are six known wolf packs in Oregon, all of them living in the northeast corner of the state, according to ODFW. At least two wolves split off and crossed through Central Oregon last year. "There may be other packs between here an d t h ere," Morgan said. See Wolves /C2

faces reviewsof finance, governing By Megan Kehoe The Bulletin

After the financial turmoil Bend's Community Center has experienced m recent months, the center is planning financial and governance reviews to help it move forward. "We want the community to know everything we're doing and that we're on the up and up," said Linda Heatley, the executive director of the community center. "We want to be transparent." The nonprofit nearly dissolved in September after racking up substantial debt and overextending itself though its community programs, but it now plans to continue several of its core programs. In an effort to assess its future, the organization will undergo a financial review by SGA Certified Public Accountants 8t. Consultants, with results expected to be released in mid-December. "We hope to find out everything is as it should be," Heatley said, "and to be able to go forward in a positive direction." Jane Wendell, the director of finance and administration for the United Way of Deschutes County, which has helped organize the financial review, says a review is a step below an audit. She also says the organization would have undergone a financial review this year anyway, as it typically does every three years. The community center has already cut several programs, but elected to maintain key programs, including Feed the Hungry, Becca's Closet and senior meals through the Central Oregon Council

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"We want the community to know everything we're doing and that we're on the up and up. We want to be transparent." — Linda Heatley, executive director, Bend's Community Center

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Continued from C1 But Flaherty played for jurors James Hargrave's videotaped interview with sheriff's investigators and called to the stand sheriff's deputies who responded to the scene in Tumalo on Dec. 4, 2011. A sheriff's deputy who responded that day and stood watch over the father testified that he appeared nonchalantand never claimed he shot his son in self-defense. During the videotaped interview, James Hargrave said, in effect, that he'd had enough of his son's bullying.

Leming Continued from C1 With a 20-person inflatable raft in t ow, Leming fought through severe wind and icy water that at times rose above his head, th e 6 -foot-3-inch Leming recalled for The Bulletin in 2001. Wearing a wetsuit, Leming picked British and American men, women and children off of rooftops and shuttled them to higher

In closing Thursday, Flaherty said Hargrave never told detectives on the day of the shooting that he had acted in self-defense.Even ifHargrave now claims self-defense, options short of lethal force were available to him, the DA argued to jurors. T he case p r esented b y Hargrave's attorneys, Terry Rahmsdorff and Karla Nash, presented James and Pamela Hargrave as harried, suffering and fearful parents. Steven Hargrave's behavior that night drove his mother to leave the house moments before the fatal shot was fired, according to her

testimony. The son advanced on his father despite his father's warning he would shoot, according to James Hargrave's testimony. The jury went home Thursday and returned for four hours Fridaybefore rendering a guilty verdict. Flaherty thanked the jurors who heard the case in a prepared statement. "I appreciate and am grateful for their service to our community and willingness to deal with the e motionally-wrenching evidence that they had to consider in this case," Flaherty said, according to his office.

' What the hell am I d o i ng here?' " By morning, Leming had collapsed fro m e x h austion and hypothermia had set in. When he awoke, he was

highest honor for heroism not i nvolving combat w it h t h e enemy. In 1993, Leming returned to Hunstanton and made several visits after. But memories of that night never faded. "I've a lways been c o n cerned, for 50 years, about how many peopledidn'tmake it," he told The Bulletin. Leming had been scheduled to return to Hunstanton this week for a parade to honor the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force's 67th Air Rescue S quadron, according to t h e Eastern Daily Press, a newspaper based in that region. A footpath bearing Leming's name will be unveiled at the c eremony, according to t h e

lying on his back, staring up

at an ornate ceiling. His first thought, he said, was that he must be in heaven. "When I woke up, the first thing I heard was, 'His legs will have to come off,'" Leming told The Bulletin. ground. The nurse, he learned years "It was cold, bitterly cold," later, was referring to the legs L eming recalled in a B B C of his wetsuit. story published in 2003. "And Leming was awarded the there came a time when I real- George Medal, a civil decoraized that I, too, was probably tion presented by the United not going to survive. Kingdom for acts of bravery. "Everything was out of con- He also received the Soldier's trol. And I wondered at times, Medal, th e U .S . m i l itary's newspaper. s

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CENTRAL OREGON SUNRISE Jan Irons, of La Pine,took this photo of a sunrise at her home with her Sony Alpha200 with a 75-300 Macro lens set at 75, F4.5 and ISO 400.

Wolves Continued from C1 There are now well over 50 wolves in Oregon, he said, with an in-depth report due to be released early next year. "I think we are on the tip of a fairly rapid population expansion," he said. S tate s p onsored h u n t s eradicated wolves from Oregon by the 1940s, but now they are making a r e t urn. The wolves made their way into the state from Idaho. R anchers in C entral O r egon are bracing for the arrival of wolf packs and the forum was designed to give them an ideas of how to prot ect l i vestock f r o m t h e m , said Seth Crawford, a Crook County c ommissioner a n d member of the county's wolf committee. "This is something we have to figure out before they get here," he said. M any r anchers w ere a t t he forum, h osted b y t h e Crook, Jefferson and Wheeler County wolf committees. The forum featured a panel with Eastern Oregon ranchers who have contended with wolves. Todd Nash, a rancher from E nterprise wit h M a r r F l a t

Cattle Co., said wolves likely killed two head of cattle this year; this is the third year he's dealt with wolf attacks on his cattle. Nash has been a p r ominent voice among Wallowa County ranchers opposed to wolves returning to Oregon. He said he's hired a r ange rider to help protect his herd of 650 animals, but such nonlethal methods don't compare with killing wolves to stop conflicts. "A dead wolf isn't going to kill my cattle," Nash said. Killing wolves isn't an option in Eastern Oregon at the moment. While ODFW has killed wolves that attacked livestock in the past, an ongoing lawsuit questioning the validity of th e practice has stopped it. Wolves are listed as an endangered species by the state throughout Oregon and are also federally listed as endangered in the western two thirds of the state. So, for now, the emphasis is on ways to protect livestock without killing wolves. These efforts will be costly to ranchers, said Galen Wunsch, a rancher on the C Lazy K Ranch between Madras and Prineville, and a member of the Jefferson County wolf

The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358. Bend Police Department Theft —A theft was reported at 11:43 a.m. Nov. 7, in the 2600 block of Northeast U.S. Highway20. Unlawfulentry — A vehicle was reported entered at 9:57 p.m. Nov. 7, in the 600 block of Southeast Glenwood Drive. DUII —Tamarah Janele Howell,

22, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at1:17 a.m. Nov. 8, in the area of Northeast Greenwood Avenue and Northeast Second Street. Prineviiie Police Department

Vehicle crash —An accident was reported at 5:17 p.m. Nov. 8, in the area of Northwest Third Street. Oregon State Police Vehicle crash —An accident was reported at1:20 p.m. Nov. 8, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost 149. Vehicle crash —An accident was

reported at 6:55 p.m. Nov. 8, in the area of West U.S. Highway 20 near milepost 82. Vehicle crash —An accident was reported Nov. 8, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost173. DUII —William M. Fields, 29, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 8, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost171.

BEND FIRE RUNS Thursday 9:27 a.m.— Natural gas leak, 61135 Ambassador Drive. 18 —Medical aid calls.

"A dead wolf isn't going to kill my cattle." — Todd Nash, Wallowa County rancher

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— Despite the looming fiscal cliff, consumers continue to get more optimistic about the direc-

tion of the economy. Consumer confidence has risen so far this month to 84.9 from last month's 82.6 reading,

according to a preliminary November reading Friday from Thomson Reuters and the Liniver-

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Many tax cuts expire at year's en Boeing By Catherine Rampell New Yorh Times News Service

Americans' taxes will rise in a few weeks. Though the direction is clear, the exact amount is yet to be determined. More than a dozen tax cuts are setto expire and a couple of newtaxes are scheduled to land on Dec. 31. Combined, they would affect nearly 90 percentoftaxpayers,from the very richest to the very poorest, with the typical household's tax bill rising by about

$2,000 in 2013, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center. One-percenters would seetheirtaxes rise an average of $121,000. On Tuesday, Congress will reopen discussions about how to deal with the combination of spending cuts and tax increaseslooming atyear's-end, and maybe even dip a toe into a broader tax overhaul. "It would be bad for the economy and it would hit families that are already struggling to make ends meet," President

Barack Obama said on Friday of thescheduled increases in taxes. "While there may be disagreement in Congress over whether or not to raise taxes on folks making over $250,000 a year, nobody — not Republicans, not Democrats — want taxes to go up for folks making under $250,000 a year." While legislators are expected to try to reverse or temper many of the scheduled tax increases, atleasta few appear to be a fait accompli. Accountants and tax lawyers are ex-

pecting a flurry of frantic calls in the last few weeks of this year as clients rearrange their affairs to minimize the blow. "I don't expect to have any respite from now till the end of the year," said Robert Willens, the president of his tax and accounting practice in New York. "Clients are very concerned and kind of confused about what to do, whether they should be taking any affirmative steps or waiting to see what happens." SeeTax/C5

highest level in more than five years.

"More consumers expected good rather than bad times financially in

the economy in early November, not only for the year ahead but over

the next five years as well," survey director Richard Curtin told

Reuters. Friday's reading builds off an increase in October to the highest

level since September 2007 in the survey,

which is one of the leading barometers of

consumer sentiment. Consumers' view of the current economic

conditions has increased this month to 91.3 from 88.1.

And consumers' expectations of how the

on condition of anonymity because he's not authorized to speak publicly on the subject. "But to those in the industry, it's not so

improved, with the

survey's reading rising to 80.8 from 79.

OustedCitiCEO gets $6.6M payout

the money aspart of an "incentive" packagefor his work during 2012. He will also continue to collect his deferred cash

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he nearly 9,000 solar pmels at PacifiCorp's two-megawatt solar installation in Lake County have started generating electricity, the utility announced Friday. Located on 20 acres about two miles from downtown Lakeview, the Black Cap Solar Facility will produce enough electricity for about

In a surprise move, Pandit resigned in October, a departure that was orchestrated for months by the bank's board. Its powerful chairman, Michael O'Neill, maneuvered behind the

scenes to curry support with other directors and replace Pandit. Michael Corbat was named the new chief executive. As part of the shake-

up, the board also forced

utility-scale solar installation to begin producing power, according to PacifiCorp. The inverters, the devices that convert solar power into electrical current, were made by Advanced Energy Industries in Bend.

By Keith Bradsher New York Times News Service

BEI JING — With construction cranes moving again all across China, from Guangzhou to Beijing, and with steel mills and concrete factories busy once more, the Chinese economy is showing signs of a debt-fueled recovery this autumn even as the United States and the European Union continue to struggle.

Industrial production, fixed-asset investment, retail sales and electricity generation all strengthened more than expected last month, continuing a trend that began in September, while inflation slowed more than expected. State-owned banks have released a torrent of loans to state-owned enterprises since May, producing a swift revival of investment spend-

chief operating officer. Havens will receive $6.8

ing this fall but also raising questions about the efficiency of those investments. A raft of data came out Friday asthe country's senior officials and top military officersgathered here for the once-a-decade leadership transition at the Party

Congress, prompting some skepticism overseas and in China that the data might have been manipulated for

political benefit. But while many economists and business executives say that Chinese economic data appears to have been deliberately altered over the spring and summer to hide the severity of an economic slowdown, they expressed more confidence that the economy was now on the mend. See China /C5

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Construction crews havebeen working since July to build the new 43,000-square-foot facility on Northeast 27th Street, at

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Crews with Mehli Construction, of Eugene, move dirtnear the outer walls of a new nursing home in east Bend on Friday. The nursing home is expected to open next summer.

The project is expected to wrap Week endingNov.3 355,000 '08 '09 '1 0 '11 '12 Note: Report on cont>nu>ng claims lags initial claims by one week Source: U.S. Department of Labor © 2012 McClatchy-Tribune News Service

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surprising." The engineer empha-

400 average residential customers, according to a PacifiCorp news release. The project is Oregon's first

and stockawards from the previous year, compensation that the bank currently valued at more than $8.8 million.

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Boeing engineer, speaking

economy will perform over the next yearalso

$6.65 million to Vikram Pandit after unexpectedly ousting the chief executive last month. Pandit will receive

next jet SEATTLE — Boeing's next big jet may actually spread its wings as it prepares for takeoff. For the immense wings planned for the 777X, engineers at Boeing Co. are studying a design in which the wingtips fold upward to reduce the jet's span when it sits at the gate or rolls along a taxiway. Passengers looking out the 777X's window would see each wingtip smoothly unfold to the horizontal as the jet lines up for takeoff on the runway. Just as the hump on a 747 gives that Boeing jet a distinctive look, the folding wingtips would make the next version of the best-selling, twin-aisle 777 instantly recognizable to the general public. "There's a coolness factor.... It's sort of a sci-filike thing," said a veteran

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has 53 employees.Thecompany plans to add10 moreand move them to the new facility next sum-

mer. Harmony Houseleases its Lakeside Place building. Having ownership of the new building will

give the companymoreflexibility for any future changes, Mack

based general contractor. That schedulecould change

of Bend, located on Northwest

Oregon Public Health Division to transfer beds from the existing

Lakeside Place,saidColeMack,

facility to the newone, according

sald. Blueprints filed with the cityof

depending on weather conditions this winter, he said. But crews

Harmony House administrator.

to The Bulletin's archives. That ap-

Bend showplansfor a one-story

The AvamereFamily of Companies, which runs HarmonyHouse,

proval came inJune. "The facility is going to bebuilt

building with patient rooms, a

applied for a $5.7 million building permit lastyear for the new build-

for 60 beds, providing skilled nursing and rehabilitation ser-

mon areas for patients and offices for staff. — Elon Glucklich, The Bulletin

have madegood progress sofar, with the foundation laid and the

facility's outer walls nowgoing up. The new transitional care

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vices," Macksaid.

kitchen anddining facilities, com-

TurkeyDay By Stephanie Clifford New Yorlz Times News Service

There was an outcry last year when some retailers opened at midnight on Thanksgiving, with workers and shoppers saying the holiday should be reserved for family, not spent lining up for the start of the Christmas shopping season. This year, retailers are responding to the criticism by opening even earlier

on Thanksgiving evening — and a handful are even planning to be open all day. The lesson of 2011 was clear: Earlier shopping hours were good for the top line. Retailers said their midnight openings drew a younger crowd who wanted to party — and shop — late rather than get up early. At Macy's Herald Square store in Manhattan, for instance, about 9,000 people were in line as it opened, compared with 7,000 for an early Friday opening the previous year. "We got customer feedback that says, 'I like to shop earlier so I can go to bed earlier,' as we looked at the balance ofbeing competitive in the marketplace and being customercentric," said Duncan Mac Naughton, chief merchandising and marketing officer for Wal-Mart, which will put its first doorbuster items on sale at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving.


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P EOPLE ON THE MOV E Pete and Sue Pierce, of Postal Connections in Bend, recently received the Postal Connections of A merica 2 0 1 1 S Top Salesaward. The couple have received thi s a ward eve r y year since 2002, P e t e except for 2010. Pie r ce Adam Birdwell of De s c hutes Brewery has been promoted to account sales specialist in the San F r ancisco S u e area. B i r dwell Pie r ce h as b ee n a n employee at the p ub i n d o w n town Bend f or the last year and will relocate to the Bay A r e a Bir d well

He has a bachelor's degree in philosophy from C a lifornia State University and has a certificate from the u n i v ersity to teach l o gic a nd cr iti c a l thinking. Lisa McCarthy, McCarthy a b r o ker at John L . Scott R e a l Estate in Bend, has r ec e ived the certified accredited b uyer representative designation. She Beaver has also earned the seniors real estate specialist designation, which focuses on c ounseling clients age 50 and older through transitions involved in relocating, refinancing or selling a home. McCarthy has been in the real estate busito help manage ness since 2006. relationships with d i stribuMelissa Beaver has joined tors and retail accounts and John L. Scott Real Estate in provide customer education Bend as a broker. Beaver has on Deschutes and craft beers. a background i n c u stomer

service and has worked for the Bend-La Pine School District and St. Charles Health System. She has lived in Bend for 22 years.

Tax

These include expansions of the child tax credit, a tax benefit for college students, and the earned-income tax credit for larger families and married

expire at the end of this year would raise an additional $52 Continued from C3 billion in 2013. Allowing the i ncome tax Tax increases to expect ratesfor high-earners to lapse At least two categories of tax would mean that, for married increasesare widely expected couples, income over $397,000 to materialize in some form. would be taxed at 39.6 percent A payroll tax cut given in instead of the current 35 perthe 2011 and 2012 calendar cent, and that income from years — which was intended $222,300 to $397,000 would be as a temporary stimulus — is taxed at 36 percent instead of set to expire, and so far both the current 33 percent. Democrats and Republicans For those in the top income seem ready to let that happen, quintile, t h es e p r o v isions although there could be some would raise their tax liability provision made to ease the by an average of $2,282 next pain for the lowest-earners. year. The top I percent of tax The lapsing payroll tax cut filers would owe an additional affects everyone who works, $45,002. or about three-quarters of all Allowing the Bush-era capitax filers. A household in the tal gains rates to rise would middle quintile, roughly be- also affect these high-income tween $40,000 and $65,000, earners. could expect its taxes to rise by This year, investors pay a an average of $672 next year, top marginal tax rate on their while a household in the top long-term capital gains of 15 quintile, being paid more than percent. Under current law, $108,000, would pay an aver- this rate will jump to 20 perage of $1,950 more, according cent in 2013, not including the to the Tax Policy Center. additional 3.8 percent increase W ith t h e r e - election o f from the Affordable Care Act Obama, the taxes imposed by on high-income investors dehis health care overhaul will scribed earlier. In addition, a also almost certainly remain. limitation on itemized deducStarting in 2 013, high-in- tions is also scheduled to kick come Americans will pay an in at the end of this year that additional tax of 0.9 percent on could add another 1.2 percent. their earnings above $250,000 In other words, all t hese if they are married and above changes could raise the capital $200,000 if filing singly. These gains rate to effectively 25 perhouseholds will also pay an ad- cent on Jan. I, from 15 percent ditional 3.8 percent on capital on Dec. 31. Economists expect gains, dividend and interest in- to see a lot of investors unloadcome over those same thresh- ing assets that have done well olds. The average household in — like stocks or even their the top income quintile — the own businesses — by the end group of Americans most like- of this year to take advantage ly to be hit by these new taxes of the lower tax rate. "There was a good reason — would owe an additional $1,141. for George Lucas to unload Lucasfilm to Disney this year," Tax changesObama wants said Len Burman, a professor The fate of the other sched- of public affairs at the Univeruled tax increases is less clear. sity of Syracuse. Obama has a dvocated for After Congress embraced some of them, but the Repub- the Tax Reform Act of 1986, licans, who control Congress, which raised the highest capihave opposed them. tal gains tax rate to 28 percent In particular, Obama wants from 20 percent, capital gains to let lapse the lower rates be- realizations almost doubled as gun in the Bush era on income, investors scrambled to sell off capital gains and dividends for investments before the higher higher earners, whom he has rate kicked in. The reported defined asthose earning more gains then fell back in 1987. than $250,000formarried couWhile he wants to let taxes ples and $200,000 for others. rise for the wealthy, Obama These tax rates were previ- would like t o e xtend some ously set to expire at the end provisionspassed in the 2009 of 2010, and were given a two- stimulus bill t hat p r imarily year extension. Letting them benefit lower-income families.

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couples. Republicans generally want these provisions to expire. Allowing these provisions to lapse most affects households in the lowest quintile, whose taxes would rise an average of $209 next year.

Disagreement on changes The estate tax is another sticking point, though both parties do not want the estate tax to rise as sharply as it is scheduled to under current law. Now, the first $5 million of a person'sestate remains untaxed, and anything above that is taxed at 35 percent. Under current law, the effective exemption would fall to $1 million and the top tax rate would rise to 55 percent. Estate taxes affect very few Americans; as it is, only about 0.13percent of people who die have estates big enough to owe estate tax. If the pre-Bush-era rates go into effect as planned, that will rise to about 2 percent of estates, said Roberton Williams, a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center. Obama has proposed setting the exemption for the estate tax at 83.5 million, indexed to inflation, whereas Republicans want to eliminate the tax altogether. "One thing you might see this year is wealthier people gifting significant amounts of their assets, putting them in trusts or giving to their heirs early," said W i l liams. Still, there are limits on how much people can give away without running into gift taxes, and besides,some wealthy people might be reluctant to divvy up the fortune too soon. "You

might hear some people saying, 'How do I do this without losing control'? Can I still keep Junior under my thumb?'" said Williams. There are also a grab bag of previously extended tax provisions that affect households, businesses, charitable giving and many other issues. Neither party seems to want to let these lapse in their entirety, but again, they differ on the details.

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wingspan. That mechanism was even built and tested — the fullscale model used then is on display at the M useum of Flight Restoration Center at Paine Field in Everett, Wash. But no airline ever bought this option. The idea has been revived now because of the oversized wingspan envisaged for the new 777X, the next version of Boeing's l arge t w i njet widebody. Targeted to enter service by the end of this decade, it will feature new, fuel-efficient engines and thin, aerodynamic w ings that ar e s i milar t o those of the 787 Dreamliner a nd likely made from t h e same carbon-fiber-rei nforced plastic composite. A ccording to r eports i n the trade press, engineers are looking at a wingspan as wide as 233 feet — about nine feet wider than Boeing's bigger jumbo jet, the 747-8. On the 1995 design, the outermost 21 feet of e ach wing was to fold upward on

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planes conforming to an international standard referred to as Code E — which limits the wingspan to 213 feet. Anything w i der c r eates problems. The Airbus A380 doubledecker jet, with a wingspan of 262 feet, is a category higher, Code F. Airports have had to widen runways and taxiways and build larger gates to accommodate that massive jet. But the A380 is a niche airplane serving a r e l atively small number of megacity airports. Boeing intends to b u i ld many more 777Xs, and to sell well they must be able to land at hundreds of airports such as Seattle-Tacoma a hinge. International. In the design now under Emirates, Boeing's largest consideration, however, the 777 customer, took delivery wingtip section that f o lds of the 1,000th Boeing 777 in need be no more than about March. 10 feet on each wing to avoid The plan to revamp the airport restrictions. highly profitable 777 is inMost large airports in the tended to extend its life to world can accommodate air- at least a further 1,000 jets,

satd Emtrates Prestdent Ttm Clark. He said Boeing knows it needs "a very large wing with a big span" to make it capable of the ultra-long-range missions Emirates wants it to fly. "The range and aerodynamic quality of this aircraft is all about the wing," Clark said. Yet, at the same time, he said, Boeing must also find a way to reduce the wingspan at the airport so the jet can be accommodated without infrastructure changes. "If they are going to produce 2,000 of these aircraft, it cannot be a Code F aircraft," said Clark. " It will not b e compatible for the majority of airports in the world." Boeing's Crabtree said the 777X development team is studying configurations "that exceed today's 777 w i n gspan," but that no information on ongoing studies or any details of airplane configuration are ready for release.

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As a result, the loan burden of China's corporate sector is soaring relative to the country's economic output, reaching 1.9 times economic output this year, after holding steady at about 1.2 times economic output in the years before the global financial crisis. Charlene Chu, the head of Chinese bank ratings at Fitch, predicted that such

moderated in t h e s e cond quarter, domestic policies adContinued from C3 justed, helping the economy An aging work force, over- to stabilize in the third quarcapacity in many industries ter, especially in September," and heavy corporate debts he said, predicting that the appear to b e p r oducing a economy would continue to weaker recoverythan in 2010, grow into next year. however, with little sign that Many worries persist about the encouraging economic the sustainability of even a indicators released on Friday modest recovery heavily relipoint to growth rates that ant on debt. Chinese banks will reach double digits again are lending at such a brisk anytime soon. pace that by the end of next "Given that they have been year they will have expanded published while th e P arty theirbalance sheets in just five Congress is in session, some years by an amount equal to skeptics h av e q u e stioned the combined balancesheets w hether they ca n b e b e - of the entire U.S. commercial lieved," Capital Economics, a banking system, according London consulting firm, said to Fitch Ratings. Yet China's in a research note. "In our economy is only half the size view, there is solid evidence of the U.S. economy. of a turnaround but not of a Each extra dollar of lendstrong rebound." ing since 2008 has produced Zhou Xiaochuan, the gov- less than half as much extra ernor of the People's Bank of economic growth as before China, the country's central the global financial crisis. bank, said at a news confer- State-owned enterprises have ence at the Party Congress f inished urgent tasks l i k e Thursday evening that the building enough steel mills to economy appeared to have meet domestic demand and turned a corner even before are now investing in fewer the strong performance in and fewer economically viOctober. able projects to sustain eco"After C hina's economy nomic activity.

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regon took patient safety so seriously it created the Oregon Patient Safety Commission in 2003. Almost 10 years later, if Oregon is truly serious about reduc-

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ing medical errors, there have been clear signs that what we have is not working. Oregon's program requires a few simple components if it's going to work: • Medical mistakes must be reported. • The mistakes must be analyzed to figure out what went wrong. • Recommendations must be made to avoid mistakes in the future. So if the mistakes don't get reported, the commission's work is sabotaged. And again and again when the commission issues reports, it says it is having trouble getting entities to voluntarily report medical mistakes. This month the commission issued its 2011 report of "adverse events" for ambulatory surgery centers. Events are things such as medication errors, infections and something left behind by mistake in a patient. There's been a decrease. There were 124 reported events in 2011. In 2010, there were 245. But the marked decrease in 2011 is not a reason to believe the commission has been successful. The commission says: "The decrease is not an indicationthat fewer adverse events areoccurring, but rather, thatfewer adverse events are being reported. While over 56 percent of the ASCs in Oregon participate in

the Patient Safety Reporting Program, only 47percent are currently reporting adverse events." The problem, then, is twofold. Not every surgery center is participating and not all of the surgery centers that are participating are reporting when mistakes are made. It's important to note that Oregon's patient safety reporting system is confidential. There are legal protections in place for this program that keep secret the identity of the people making a mistake and the confidentiality of patients. Oregon's system is also voluntary. Surgery centers, pharmacies, hospitals and so on can decide if they want to participate in the state's patient safety program. There are no penalties. When the commission was created, it chose a go-slow approach. It was a new commission. It was putting new requirements on the medical community in a sensitive area. Jim Dameron, the former executive director of the commission, used to say patient safety should not be about blame and shame but building trust in the medical community. But if almost 10 years later, medical providers aren't participating or aren't reporting, isn't it time Oregon gets serious about medical errors for patients?

From the Archives Editor's note:The following editorial from Nov. 3, 1953,does not necessarily reflect theviews of The Bulletin's editorial board today.

Noise control through licensing Bend city ordinances, admirable in the main both as to their scope and as to their relative lack of obsolete provisions, nevertheless offer some opportunities for improvem ent. One ofthese thatwe are frequently reminded of is in the fact that there is as yet no local law for the controlof sound cars.We believe there should be. Under a licensing system city supervision would be possible and supervision, it seems to us, is desirable both for traffic improvement and for noise reduction. The first is perhaps the more important. Primary function of streets is to move traffic. One of the results of theoperationof the sound-equipped vehicle is to delay traffic. To do its

job of street broadcasting, to make sure that involuntary listeners get the entire message instead of a fragment of it, the car must move slowly. The tempo of general vehicular progress is distributed accordingly. Noise is a problem that increases with city growth and activity. It cannot be eliminated but some of its components can be eliminated or diminished in importance. Here again, sound car control takes a hand. Ordinarily we think of such things in relation to metropolitan centers but they are present in smaller communities and gradually develop as these communities develop. It is better to recognize them from the start than to wait until the difficulties they have brought about become intolerable. In a number of Oregon cities license ordinances of the kind that could applyhere have been in effect for some years. Adaptation of one of them to suit local conditions should be a simple matter.

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Kentucky, Mitch McConnell said, "The single most important thing In the opinion piece printed on we want to achieve (in the next two Nov. 4, Lindsay Stevens took Presi- years) is for President Obama to be dent Obama to task for ignoring a one-term president." It was shockthe wisdom of Abraham Lincoln as ing to hear the Senate minority leadcited in the quotation he or she used. er willing to sacrifice the interest of Even President Reagan referenced the people to a partisan goal. this same material in a convention Their strategy was simple: continspeech. Unfortunately, for them, the ue the obstructionist stance taken quote is not from Abraham Lincoln, by the Republicans in Congress durbut instead from William Boetcker, ing the president's first two years by a director of the pro-employer Cit- opposing every effort of the adminizen's Industrial Alliance in 1916, istration to effect change and move who printed them in booklet form. this nation forward. A m i d-term Check the following website for election that created a Republican details: w w w . snopes.com/quotesl majority in the House and gains in lincoln/prosperity.asp. the Senate assured McConnell and I think The Bulletin owes its read- his Republican colleagues that they ers some attempt to verify quotes could stymie all Democratic prothat local opinion writers use to sup- posals and thereby make President port their positions. I have heard Obama appear ineffective. this quote from enough people who Now we find that with the camwould rather believe that Abraham paigning over and the president Lincoln said it, than to research it re-elected, the Republican goal was or believe that it is misquoted. How not attained. So, Senator McConmany more will pick up this virus nell, "What now'?n Since President from another casual, if well meant, Obama will not b e r e-elected in reprint during a highly polarized 2016, will you abandon the old stratelection'? egy and seek realcompromise for I call upon you for clarification or the good of country? Advice and justification of this issue to set the consent is the role of the Senate, matter straight, even if it is too late not oppose and obstruct. Reaching in this election cycle. across the aisle is not caving in. I Craig K. Dennis hope that the reaching extends from Redmond both sides and that the new Congress will get on with the business Time to end obstruction of the people. Drew HamlIn by members of Congress Bend In an interview that appeared in the National Journal on Oct. 23, GOP plans make 2010, prior to the mid-term elections this Democrat giddy and in a wisely played television sound bite, the senior senator from A s a D e m ocrat, w a k ing u p

Wednesday morning after President Obama won re-election was thrilling. Then to hear the Republicans and the media indicate that Paul Ryan is considering a run for presidency in 2016, I was just giddy. Please, if you will support either Michelle Bachmann or, if you can entice him back into your party, Ron Paul for vice president, even better. We would love to see you nominate Sarah Palin again, as she was such a knowledgeable candidate last time. While we have our wish list, continue to run on the platform of no abortions under any circumstances (59 percent of voters said they are in favor of legal abortion), restriction of contraceptives, privatization of Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security and elimination of the Affordable Health Care Act. We would love you to add prayer in school if you could. Please continue to marginalize the A f r ican-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, gays an d w o men's rights voters. And please, support the ntea party" pushing its agenda to the forefront of the Republican platform. If Republicans will continue to do these things, we Democrats promise instead of waiting in 2016 to open our champagne after 9 p.m. as we did this year, we'll be happily sipping it no later than eight. I know this is asking a lot, but going down this road has been so productive for you in the past two elections and we want you to keep up the good work. We're pulling for you. We wish you well. Go Ryan! John Poe Bend

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Cultural shifts change attitudes toward role of government he American colonies were first settled by Protestant dissenters. These were people who refused to submit to the established religious authorities. They sought personal relationships with God. They moved to the frontier when life got too confining.They created an American creed, built, as the sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset put it, around liberty, individualism, equal opportunity, populism and laissez-faire. This creed shaped America and evolved with the decades. Starting in the mid-20th century, there was a Southern and Western version of it, formed by ranching Republicans like Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. Their version drew on the traditional tenets: ordinary people are capable of greatness; individualshave the power to shape their destinies; they should be given maximum freedom to do so. This is not an Ayn Randian, radically individualistic belief system. Republicans in this mold place tremendous importance on churches, charities and families — on the sort of pastoral

work Mitt Romney does and the sort of community groups Rep. Paul Ryan celebrated in a speech at Cleveland State University last month. But this worldview is innately suspicious of government. Its adherents generally believe in the equation that more government equals less individual and civic vitality. During the 2012 campaign, Republicans kept circling back to the spot where government expansion threatens personal initiative: you didn't build that; makers versus takers; the supposed dependency of the 47 percent. Again and again, Republicans argued that the vital essence of the country is threatened by overweening government. These economic values played well in places with a lot of Protestant dissenters and their cultural heirs. They struck chords with people whose imaginations are inspired by the frontier experience. But, each year, there are more Americans whose cultural roots lie elsewhere. Each year, there are more people from different cultures, with

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different attitudes toward authority, different attitudes about individualism, different ideas about what makes people enterprising. More important, people inthese groups are facing problems not captured by the fundamental Republican equation: more government equals less vitality. The Pew Research Center does excellentresearch on Asian-American and Hispanic values. Two findings jump out. First, people in these groups have an awesome commitment to work. By most measures, members of these groups value industriousness more than whites. Second, they are also tremendously appreciative of government. In survey after survey, they embrace the idea that some government programs can incite hard work, not undermine it; enhance opportunity, not crush it. Moreover, when they look at the

things that undermine the work ethic and threatentheir chances to succeed, it's often not government. It's a modern economy inwhich you can work more productively, but your wages still don't rise. It's a bloated financial sector that just sent the world into turmoil. It's a university system that is indispensable but unaffordable. It's chaotic neighborhoods that can't be cured by withdrawing government programs. For these people, the Republican equation is irrelevant. When they hear Romney talk abstractly about Big Government vs. Small Government, they think: He doesn't get me or people like me. Let's just look at on e segment, Asian-Americans. Many o f t h e se people are leading the lives Republicans celebrate. They are, disproportionately, entrepreneurial, industrious and family-oriented. Yet, on Tuesday, Asian-Americansrejected the Republican Party by three to one. They don't relate to the Republican equation that more government equals less work. Overall, Republicans have l o st the popular vote in five out of the six

post-Cold-War elections because large parts of the country have moved on. The basic Republican framing no longer resonates. If I were given a few minutes with the Republican billionaires, I'd say: spend less money on marketing and more on product development. Spend less on super PACs and more on research. Find people who can shift the debate away from the abstract frameworks — like Big Government vs. Small Government. Find people who can go out with notebooks and study

specific, grounded everydayproblems: What exactly does it take these days to rise? What exactly happens to the ambitious kid in Akron at each stage of life in this new economy? What are the best ways to rouse ambition and open fields of opportunity'? Don't get hung up on whether the federalgovernment is20 percent or 22 percent of GDP. Be the party that celebrates work and inflames enterprise. Use any tool, public or private, to help people transform their lives. — David Brooks is a columnist for The New York Times.


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Inmate wants state to ix his jaw The Associated Press PORTLAND — Monte B. Callaway blew off his jaw trying to commit suicide. Now he wants the state of Oregon to pay an estimated $45,000 to fix his face while he serves a prison term. The state says it won't because the surgery is cosmetic, notnecessary. C allaway is m a king h i s case himself in suits filed in federal court, the Oregonian reported Friday. His unusual claim is part of a prison medical care system that costs taxpayers $100 million a year. Federal courts have ruled that inmates have a constitutional right to medical care equal to what's available on the outside. Prison officials determine what care is necessary and what is elective. Only rarely does CorrectionsDepartment policy allow use of p ublic money forelectiveprocedures such as tattoo removal. Four years ago, Callaway walked into a bar in the coast town of Bandon looking for

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Monte Callaway wants taxpayers to buy hima new mouth. Callaway shot off his lower face in a botched suicide attempt. his estranged wife. "She wanted a divorce. I decided togive her a divorce, and I took a 12-gauge shotgun to make that happen," Callaway said. He fired one round at a bartender he thought was seeing

his wife, striking the man in the head with bird shot. Then Callaway put the gun under his own chin. The blast blew away his lower jaw, most of his teeth and his mouth. He's undergone reconstructive operations — initial medical bills amounted to $286,000, mostly covered by private insurance. He still has no teeth, and his mouth is so small a spoon doesn't fit. In the meantime, the conc rete contractor b y t r a d e made a plea deal and is serving seven years on an assault conviction. Callaway, now at a Salem prison, wants to resume the reconstruction. He says he can eat only soft foods. He gets an extra 15 minutes at mealtime to take them in. A medical committee decided against surgery, noting in its records that the agency "generally does not provide facial reconstructive surgery, which is considered mainlyfor cosmetic purposes."Depart-

ment of Corrections officials have stuck to that position. C allaway's surgeon, D r . Eric Dierks, fashioned a lower jaw from bone taken from Callaway's leg. Dierks also built a new mouth. He says cosmetic surgery improves the appearance of an existing feature, such as breasts or a nose. Without reconstructive surgery, including special dentures, Dierks said, Callaway faces a bleak future when he gets out in 2016. "He can keep himself alive, but that mush diet is probably not very nutritious," Dierks said. "I doubt he will be employable. He will probably be on welfare, live as a recluse, and not contribute to society. I'd like to see him back working concrete." Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin in Eugene will consider Callaway's lawsuits. Legal help from the state Justice Department so far has cost the Corrections Department more than $10,000.

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Frank Peppiatt, the co-creator of "Hee Haw," a landmark variety show mixing country music with " c orny" h u mor that became one of TV's most unlikely and longest-running hits, has died. He was 85. Peppiatt died Wednesday in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., of bladder cancer, according to family spokeswoman Jenna Illies. In addition to co-creating, writing and producing "Hee Haw," the Canadian-born Peppiatt, along with his writing and producing partner John Aylesworth, became one of TV's top producers during the 1960s and '70s in the variety show genre, developing programs for several top stars, including J a cki e G l e ason, Andy Williams and Sonny and Cher. Among t h ei r n u m e rous projects together were "Perry Como's Kraft M u sic H a ll," "The Judy Garland Show," the 1965 special "Frank Sinatra: A Man and his Music," "The ABC Comedy Hour," "The Julie Andrews Hour" and the teen dance show "Hullabaloo." But their biggest success was "Hee Haw." Developed as a country-flavored version of "Rowan 8 Martin's Laugh-In," the CBS show was originally slated in 1969 as a summer replacement for "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour." But it matched "Laugh-In" at the top of the ratings chart its first week, and its popularity continued for the remainder of the summer. It was added to the CBS prime time schedule in December. Co-hosted by Buck Owens and Roy Clark, "Hee Haw" spotlighted top country music stars such a s L o r etta Lynn, Charley Pride, Tammy Wynette and George Jones while featuring a cast of offbeat comedic regulars including Minnie Pearl, Alvin "Junior" Samples, Archie Campbell, Lulu Roman and Louis "Grandpa" Jones. A regular feature had cast members

popping up in a cornfield and telling jokes. " 'Hee Haw' was a show that the two coasts didn't get at all, but the rest of America embraced it," said TV historian Tim Brooks. "There's no denying that kind of success in TV — it certainly struck a chord. It combined corn-pone humor with great music. Huge country stars would appear

FEATURED OBITUARY on that show. And the two hosts were top-notch." O wens and Clark had a r egular segment i n w h i c h they would trade jokes while Owens would play a guitar a nd Clark w o uld p lay h i s banjo. Said Owens: "I'm-apickin'. Replied Clark: "And I'm-a-grinnin'." Clark, who is performing in Branson, Mo., called Peppiatt "one of the lifelines of 'Hee Haw.' He had the idea, and had the talent to make it work. He had this vision, and he wrote a lot of the jokes." He added, "Even now, if I'm in New York, I can count on someone saying to me, 'I'ma-pickin', and I'll always say, 'I'm-a-grinnin'." Ironically, the creators of the show did not have the cultural credentials to create a variety series based in the country music arena. Peppiatt, who was born in Toronto on March 19, 1927, acknowledged in a 2010 interview that he and his partner, who was also born in Canada, had never been to the South before concocting the series. He said that he and Aylesworth would go to Nashville twice a year, tape D shows, and "bring them back unedited and edit everything in California. So we'd end up with 26 one-hour shows and rerun them in the summer." Clark said he wasn't surprised at the comfort of the two producers in country music. "In Canada, they're more in tune with country music than we are i n t h e States. They embrace it." He added that Peppiatt knew the names of the musicians at recording sessions. Although "Hee Haw" maintained it s p o pularity, CBS yanked the show in 1971 as part of its purge of shows such as "The Beverly Hillbillies," "Mayberry R.F.D." and other rural-oriented programs that the network felt were not hip enough to attract a desired younger viewership. Peppiatt, along with Aylesworth and another partner, Nick Vanoff, syndicated the show, which ran until 1993. Peppiatt was the author of " When Variety Wa s K i n g : Memoir o f a TV Pio n eer featuring J a cki e G l e ason, Sonny and Cher, 'Hee Haw' and More" to be published by ECW Press in April 2013.

Gay fraternity sLlesover trademark

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Woman pleads guilty inmurder plot O REGON CITY — A w oman implicated i n a murder plot has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, and she's expected to testify against a former police officer accused of hatching the plot to kill his wife after she had second thoughts about his sex change. Susan Campbell pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated murder on F r iday. She was initially charged with aggravated murder and could have faced the death penalty. Campbell i s e x p ected t o testify a g ainst L y n n Edward Benton, a former Gladstone police o f ficer who underwent a femaleto-male sex change operation. Authorities said he married Deborah Higbee Benton and later plotted

The Associated Press A pioneering college fraternity for gay men is suing a newer campus organization that calls itself a genderneutral "frarority," claiming trademark infringement. The lawsuit was filed last month by Delta Lambda Phi in federal court in Eugene. It claims that Delta Lambda Psi, which started at the University of California at Santa Cruz in 2005, has caused confusion with the public and on Twitter and MySpace by d e liberately choosing a name that differs by one Greek letter and also using the same abbreviated designation of DLP. There is another Delta Lambda Psi chapter at Northeastern Illinois University.

Delta Lambda Psi has shown it intends to expand the infringement of Delta Lambda Phi's trademark by opening a third chapter at the University of Oregon in Eugene, the lawsuit said. The lawsuit asks a judge to order Delta Lambda Psi

to change its name and pay

damages. Delta Lambda Psi spokesman D.J. Bott said in an email Friday that his gender-neutral organization, which accepts men and women of all sexual orientations, is not competing with the fraternity for gay men.

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of leading a prison gang. "When he's in p r ison, he's the to p d o g," said Eugene police Sgt. Scott McKee. "When he's out . we become worried about what he might do." .

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PREP VOLLEYBALL: 2A STATE PLAYOFFS

RUNNING Olympian set to speak in Sisters Olympic distance runner LopezLomong is scheduled to give a talk

during a book signing at the Sisters Athletic Club this Thursday at 5 p.m.

Lomong's newautobiography "Running For My Life" details his

experiences asonethe "Lost Boys of Sudan" and how he made his way to the United States

to become anelite runner. A wine reception is set for 5 p.m., followed by a talk at 5:30 p.m., and then the book signing at 6 p.m. A victim of the Second Sudanese Civil War,

Culver reachesstate inal Bulletin staff report REDMOND — Culver will try to win its first state volleyball title in 25 years today. The Bulldogs advanced to the Class 2A championship match with a semifinal win over top-seeded Heppner on Friday night. Culver earned a berth in the state final with a 25-20, 19-25, 25-19, 29-27 win at Redmond's Ridgeview

High.

Shealene Little led the Bulldogs with 28 kills while posting nine digs. Gabrielle Alley added 10 kills and 12 digs, while Cassandra Fulton contributed seven kills and three

Viggiano said. "They never

Inside

blocks. The last time Culver played for a state title was in 1987, when it won the Class B cham-

give up and they keep fighting. They deserve to be in this game, and I am so stinking proud of them." In t h e s e m final m a tch, Culver appeared to be headed to a fifth set. The Bulldogs led 2-1 in games but trailed in the fourth, 14-7 before rallying to take the final set, 29-27.

pionship. Culver will play

Culver (25-5) avenged a four-

Days Creek, the defending 2A state champion, today at 8:30 p.m. at Ridgeview. Culver lost to Days Creek in last year's quarterfinal round. "I am so excited for this team," Culver coach Randi

game loss toHeppner earlier in the season. The Bulldogs started the day by besting Tri-River Conference rival Kennedy 19-25, 2 5-15, 25-20, 25-12, in t h e quarterfinal round.

• Crook County set to play for Class 4A title,D5 • Bend, Summit lose,D5

Lomong wasabducted at age 6 byrebels but escaped into Kenyaafter running for three days,

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Culver's Cassandra Fulton (9) goes upfor a block against Kennedy during the quarterfinals at the 2A volleyball state championships at Ridgeview High School in Redmond on Friday.

PREP FOOTBALL: STATE PLAYOFFS

according to his book.

Lomong was one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, some 20,000 boys who were orphanedor

Cougars move on with road victory

displaced during the civil war, which lasted from1983 to 2005 and

accounted for some2.5 million deaths.

Lomong, 27, wasthe flag bearerforthe U.S. at the 2008 Summer

Olympics in Beijing, in which he raced the 1,500 meters. At the 2012 Games in London, he competed in the 5,000 meters.

• Mountain View beats Wilsonville and now headsto the 5A quarterfinals

For more information on Thursday's event, callthe Sisters Athletic Club at 541-549-6878. — Bulletin staff report

COLLEGE FOOTBALL OSU boosters set Civil War dinner The 11th annual Central Oregon Civil War Dinner, presented by the

Central Oregon Beaver Athletic Student Fund, is scheduled for Monday, Nov.19, at Bend Golf

Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin

Redmond's Trevor Genz runs overseveral Churchill defenders to gain extra yards during the first half Friday in Redmond.

and Country Club. Oregon State University athletic director Bob De Carolis and former OSU football standout

passing, and John Carroll

Yvenson Bernard are expected special guests for the event, which

serves as afundraiser for the local BASF. Cost for the dinner is

• Redmond overcomes snow and Churchill to move onto quarterfinals with victory

$40 per person. Reservations maybemade

By Grant Lucas The Bulletin

by calling the BASF office at 541-737-2370 or by going to the BASF

Inside

REDMOND — Competing in its first state football playoff appearance in five years, Redmond High — and Mother Nature — would make it a memorable one. Snow blanketed the field and players slipped and stumbled throughout the game, but the Panthers, with a 27-point

• Madras suffers loss to Scappoose,D4

Events page at https:// www.ourbeavernation. com/events. All reservations must be received by Thursday, Nov. 15. A no-host social kicks off the event at 5 p.m.; dinner is set for 6:15 p.m. The evening will include a silent auction, from 5 to 6:45 p.m., and a live auction, starting at 7:30 p.m. Donations for the auctions are still

being accepted. For more information about the auctions, email to beaverbeliev-

er©crestviewcable or contact Carol Connolly at 541-410-4094. — Bulletin staff report

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No. 2 Oregon,California Spotlight on new QBsfor on widely divergent paths Oregon State, Stanford By josh Dubow The Associated Press

BERKELEY, Calif. — Just a few years ago, Oregon and California appeared to be on parallel paths

as up-and-coming programs seeking to challenge Southern California's college football dominance on the West Coast. Oh, how things have changed. The teams head into tonight's meeting in Berkeley on starkly divergent jour-

Beavers open season with win

neys. The Golden Bears (3-7, 2-5 Pac-12)

Roberto Nelson leads Oregon State with 22

points in a102-83 victory over Niagra,D3 ke'

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Charlie Beljan shoots a 64 despite suffering an elevated heart rate, D3

second half and a stifling defense, overcame the weather Friday night in a 4015 victory over Eugene's Churchill in a Class 5A first-round matchup.

"We knew it was going to be cold, but we didn't think it was going to snow like this," said Redmond running back Trevor Hindman, who ran for a game-high 131 yards and scored three touchdowns. "We had a plan to come in if it did snow and just run it down (Churchill's) throat. ... We did it, executed well, and that really saved us." SeePanthers/D4

caught six passes for 96 yards as Mountain View (7-4 overall) avenged a49-33 defeat to the Wildcats on Sept. 28. With the victory, the Cougars' fifth in their last six games, Mountain View will play on the road against Marist of Eugene next Friday in the 5A quarterfinals. The Cougars turned in arguably their best defensive game of the season, limiting Wilsonville (7-3) to its lowest point total of the year.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Ailing player takes lead at PGA finale

Bulletrn staff report WILSONVILLE — The champs are still alive. Mountain View, the reigning Class 5A state football champion, upset Wilsonville on the road Friday night, 2114, in the first round of the 5A state playoffs to advance to the quarterfinal round. Kyler Ayers shook off a slow first half to end the game with 142 yards rushing on 28 carries and all three of the Cougars' touchdowns. Toby Webb threw for 148 yards on 12-of-17

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are staggering to the finish of another disappointing season, assured of missing a bowl game for the second time in three years. The second-ranked Ducks (9-0, 60) are once again in position to complete a perfect regular season and make it back to the national championship game for the secondtime inthree seasons. SeeOregon /D5 California coach Jeff Tedford Marcie Josesancbez/TheAssociatedPress

By Antonio Gonzalez The Associated Press

STANFORD, Calif. — Most teams that are unsettled at quarterback this late in the season are unranked, are no longer in control in t h eir conference championship race, or are out of contention for a BCS bowl

game. And then there are Stanford and Oregon State.

In the biggest game for both programs so far thisseason, Kevin Hogan will make his first start at quarterback for the No. 16 Cardinal against Cody Vaz and the No. 13 Beavers today at Stanford Stadium. The winner will keep alive its chance to upset second-ranked Oregon and r epresent the North Division in t h e Pac-12 title game. See Oregon State/D5 Stanford coach David Shaw Marcie Jose Sanchez /The Associated Pres


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SPORTS IN BRIEF

COREBOARD

Basketball • NCAA rules UCLA's Muhammad ineligible:The NCAA

has ruled UCLAfreshman Shabazz Muhammad is ineligible to play basketball after violating amateurism rules, leaving the 13th-ranked Bruins without their highly touted recruit to start the season. The

school announced theNCAA's ruling in a statement from athletic director Dan Guerrero about 80 minutes before the

Bruins' season openeragainst Indiana State on Friday night. Guerrero said UCLA believes "the decision is incorrect and unjust to Shabazz.n

• T-WolvesRoyleaves

game with sore right knee: Timberwolves guard Brandon Roy did not return to Minneso-

ta's game against lndiana after halftime because of asore right knee, anominous sign for the veteran who has battled

knee issues for several years. Roy started and played15 minutes in the first half on Friday night. He scored six points on three-for-five shooting. But when the teams returned to the

floor after halftime, Roywasn't with them.

Tennis • Djokovic, Murray advance to semis atATPfinals: Top-ranked Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Andy Murray won their final group matches in London Friday at the ATP finals, sending both into

Sunday's semifinals. Djokovic improved to 3-0 at the seasonending event for the top eight players in the world, beating

Tomas Berdych 6-2, 7-6 (6). Murray, needing only to win a set to advance, defeated JoWjlfrjed Tsonga 6-2, 7-6 (3) in the late match at the 02 Arena.

Motor sports • Bosch winspole, Keselowski ootqoalifies Johnson: Kyle Busch set atrack record in winning the pole at Phoenix International Raceway, where

Brad Keselowski got a jump on Jimmie Johnson in their tight

championship race. Busch ran a lap of138.766 mph in Friday's qualifying session to win the pole in his Toyota. It broke the track record of137.279 set by Carl Edwards in 2011. But

all eyes are ontitle contenders Johnson andKeselowski, who are separated by sevenpoints in the standings with two races remaining. Keselowski had the better qualifying effort. He'll start14th on Sunday, Johnson 24th.

• FunnyCarleader tops pnalifying:FunnyCarleader JackBeckman toppedqualifying Friday in theseason-ending Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals with a 4.025-second run at 319.75

mph. Beckmanearnedthree points to extend his lead over

second-place RonCapps to seven points. Cappshas failed to qualify in the first two

rounds.

Baseball • Lee MacPhail, oldest Hall of Famer, dead at 95:

Baseball's Hall of Famesays former American League President Lee MacPhail died at 95. He died Thursday night

at his home in Delray Beach, Fla. He hadbeenthe oldest Hall of Famer. MacPhail was part of one of baseball's most famous families. He followed his father into the Hall and his

son became atop executive for several major leagueteams. MacPhail was the son of Larry MacPhail, who was president of the Brooklyn Dodgers and

co-owner, president andGM of the New York Yankees. Lee MacPhail was GM and president of the Baltimore Drioles

and general manager of the Yankees before serving asAL president from 1974 through the 1983 season.

• Free agentsreject $13.3MdealsasGMGhead home:Josh Hamilton,B.J.

Upton and Kyle Lohsewere among nine freeagents who turned down $13.3 million offers from their former clubs Friday as the annual general

managers' meetingsended and team officials headed home for what figures to be a

busy month of negotiations. Also rejecting the one-year guaranteed offers were the New York Yankees' trio of Nick Swisher, Rafael Soriano and Hiroki Kuroda, along with David Drtiz, Michael Bourn and

Adam LaRoche. — From wire reports

ON DECK Today Gfrlssoccer: Class 5Aquarterfinals: CrescentValey at Summit11:30 , a.m.;Wigamette at Bend, I p.m. Boys soccer: Class5A quarterfinals: Clevelandat Summit, 3p.m.; CrescentValley at Mountain View, 1:30 p.m. Volleyball: Class 5A consolations, Summit vs. Pendleton, 8 a.mzthird-place match, Bendvs. Marshfield, noon;Class4A finals, CrookCounty vs. Astoria, 8:30 p.m.; Consolation, Sisters vs. Phoenix10a.mzClass4Athird-place, Madrasvs. Banks,2:15p.m.; Class2Astatefina s,Cuivervs. DaysCreek,8:30p.m. Waterpolo: Class5/4Astate championships at Tualatin HillsAquaticCenterinBeaverton: Girlsfinal, Summivs. t WestAlbany,3 p.m.; girls third p ace, Madrasvs. Parkrose,10 a.m.; boysthird place, Summitvs.MountainView,11:15a.m.

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Atlantic ons3 60 07, Mccag3-12 Indianapolis27, Jacksonvile10 Navy PK 1.5 TROY Cline 4-91-211, Lemm Sunday's Games NTEXAS 9.5 8 SAla bama 2 68, Gillette0-10-20 Totals 29-76 9-20 83. OREGON ST. (1-0) 26 2 7 LIL -Lafayege Atlanta atNewOrleans,10a.m. FLORIDA Burton 5-7 0-010, Moreland7-70-0 14,Brandt Detroit atMinnesota,10a.m. 8-13 0-018,Starks6-140-018, Nelson6-155-9 22, DenveratCarolina,10 a.m. Robbins1-1 0-22, Moyer0-00-00, Barton0-12-2 BASKETBALL San DiegoatTampaBay, 10 a.m. 2, Jones0-00-0 0, Morris-Walker0-0 0-00, MitchTennessee at Miami, 10a.m ell 0-0 0-2 0,Schaftenaar0-10-0 0, Powers 1-10-0 Men's College Buffalo atNewEngland,10a.m. 2, Reid0-00-2 0, Collier 4-76-714. Totals 38-67 Oaklandat Baltimore,10a.m. Friday's Results 13-24 102. NY GiantsatCincinnati,10 a.m. FAR WEST Halftime —Oregon St. 53-39.3-Point Goals—NiN.Y.JetsatSeattle, I:05 p.m. A zusa Pa ci f i c 102, Cent. 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Overall Loyol aofChicago62,Toledo50 KansasSt.62,IdahoSt.54 4-2 7-2 Michigan100,SlipperyRock62 UCLA Michigan70, Detroit 62 4-3 6-3 Milwaukee USC 76,Mary46 Milwaukee 82, ChicagoSt.58 3-3 5-4 Minnesota ArizonaState 72, American U.36 MissouriWestern68, UMKC51 2-4 5-4 MissouriSt.89, PhilanderSmith 61 Arizona N. DakotaSt.81, Harvard72 2-4 4-5 N. Dakota Utah St. 93,Valley City St.47 Northwestern79,UT-Martin 69 1-5 1-8 Nebraska-Om Colorado aha77,N. Illinois 64 Toledo56,ArkansasSt.34 Today's Games Oakland 96,Albion 62 Truman St.64, I I.-chicago51 ColoradoatArizona,10:30a.m. Saint Louis76,SC-Upstate59 Valparaiso64,Indiana52 OregonStateatStanford, noon Valparaiso85, Georgia Southern54 SOUTH ArizonaStateat USC,12:30 p.m. Xavier117,FairleighDickinson75 Alabama ABM64, Miles 51 OregonatCal, 7:30p.m. SOUTH Appal achianSt.91,Lees-McRae54 Utah atWashington, 7:30p.m. Alabama70,S DakotaSt 67 Chattanooga 80, Tennessee71 UCLAatWashington State, 7:30p.m. AabamaAB,M67, Miles48 Co I. ofCharleston56, Coastal Carolina38 Appalachian St.86, Montreat54 CoppinSt.97, Cheyney41 Auburn61, IPFW50 E. 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Kentucky80,MurraySt.69 IOWA 3 .5 4 . 5 Purdue SouthAlabama76, Florida St.71 EAST MISSISSIPPI 2 .5 2 5 Vanderbilt Tennessee 76, K enn esa w St . 67 Army65, Wagner 62 NCAROIN LA 9 8 Ga Tech Boston U. 52, Boston Colege46 CMichigan 2 2.5 EMICHIGAN Troy 56,Mississippi St.53 CCSU57, RhodeIsland 49,OT Kent St 6 65 MIAMI-OHIO UNCAsheville71,W.Carolina 61 Canisius73, Buffalo57 BYU 37 39 Idaho VCU80, FloridaGulfCoast57 Wake Forest 79, R a df o rd 67 Cornell 69,Colgate65 AKRON 14.5 16.5 Massachusetts Drexel60,Providence50 WMichigan 3 .5 2 . 5 BUFFALO William 8Mary69, Hampton 51 EAST Fordham 60, Albany(NY) 43 ALABAMA 13.5 I3.5 Texas ABM NEBRAS KA NotreDame

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London Purse: $8.11 million (TourFinal) Surface: Hard-Indoor Round Robin Singles Group A x-Advanced tosemifinals NovakDjokovic(1), Serbia, def.TomasBerdych (5), Czech Republic, 6-2, 7-6(6). Andy Murray(3), Britain,def.Jo-Wifried fsonga (7), France, 6-2, 7-6(3). Group A Standings:x-Djokovic 3-0 (sets6-1), x-Murray2-1 (5-3), Berdych1-2 (3-5), Tsonga0-3

(1-6).

Group 8 Standings:x-Federer2-0(4-0), delPotro 1-1(3-2), Ferrer 1-1(2-3), Tipsarevic0-2(0-4).

MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint CupAdvoCare500Lineup After Friday qualifying; raceSunday At Phoenix International Raceway Avondale, Ariz. Lap length: 1 miles (Car number inparentheses) 1. (18)KyleBusch, Toyota,138.766 mph. 2. (56)MartinTruexJr., Toyota,138217. 3 (11) DennyHamlin Toyota 137578 4. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet,137.478. 5. (43)Aric Almirola,Ford,137.211. 6. (78)KurtBusch,Chevrolet,137.007. 7. (27)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 136.992. 8. (51)ReganSmith, Chevrolet,136.872. 9. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet,136.867. 10. (55)MarkMartin, Toyota,136.867. 11. (24)JeffGordon,Chevrolet,13683. 12. (39)RyanNewman Chevrolet 136721 13. (99)Carl Edwards,Ford,136.679. 14. (2)BradKeselowski, Dodge,136622. 15. (20)JoeyLogano,Toyota,136.488. 16. (15)Clint Bowyer, Toyota,136.436. 17. (9)MarcosAmbrose, Ford,136.358. 18. (I) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet,136.353. 19. (29)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,136271. 20. (16)GregBiffle, Ford,136.219. 21. (42)JuanPablo Montoya Chevrolet 136.003. 22. (17)MattKenseth, Ford,135905. 23. (88)DaleEarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,135.547. 24. (48)JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,135 44. 25. (13)CaseyMears, Ford,135.211. 26. (22)SamHomishJr., Dodge,135.171. 27. (83)LandonCassig, Toyota, 134948. 28. (98)MichaelMcDoweg,Ford,134.948. 29. (34)DavidRagan,Ford, 134.933. 30. (47)BobbyLabonte, Toyota,134.449. 31. (38)DavidGil iland, Ford,134.373. 32. (30)DavidStremme, Toyota,134343. 33. (31)JeffBurton, Chevrolet,134.198. 34. (44)DavidReutimann, Ford,134.008. 35. (33)StephenLeicht, Chevrolet,133.62. 36. (19)MikeBliss, Toyota,133.576. 37. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet,132.954. 38. (26)JoshWise, Ford,132.817. 39. (93)TravisKvapil, Toyota,132.387. 40. (91)JasonLefler, Chevrolet,131.329. 41. (32)TimmyHil, Ford,129.945. 42. (36)DaveBlaney, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (87)JoeNemechek, Toyota,130.067. Failed to Qualify 44. (37)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet,127.056.

SOCCER MLS MAJOR LEAGUESOCCER AU Times PST EASTERNCONFERENCE

Championship Sunday,Nov.11:Houstonvs. D.C.United,1p.m. Sunday,Nov.18:D.C.Unitedvs. Houston,1 p.m. WESTERNCONFERENCE Championship Sunday,Nov.11:LosAngelesvs. Seatle, 6p.m. Sunday ,Nov.18 Seattlevs LosAngeles,6p.m MLS CUP Saturday,Dec. 1: Eastemchampion vs. Western champion,430 p.m.

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

American League

KANSAS CITYROYALS Agreed to termswithC ManuelPina IB/DHlanGacandOFLuis Durangoon

minor league contracts.

TORONTO BLUEJAYS— Agreed to terms with

RHP Justin Germanoonaminor leaguecontract. National League NEWYORKMETS—Agreedto termswith CMike Nickeas onaminorleaguecontract.

PITTSBU RGH PIRATES— Agreed to terms with

RHPRyanReid, OFDarren Ford, INF/OFJared Goedert, INFStefanWelch, INFAndersonHernandez,INF Jeff LarishandLHPKris Johnsonon minor league contracts.

BASKETBALL National Basketball Association LOS ANGELESLAKERS — Fi red coach Mike Brown. 78m-68p—146 FOOTBALL 75p-71m—146 National Football League 72p-74m—146 NFL — Fined the PittsburghSteelers $35,000 73m-73p—146 and WR Emm anuel Sanders $15,000 for faking 71p-76m—147 an injury during anOct. 21 gamein Cincinnati. Bgm-67p—147 SuspendedNewEngland RBBrandon Boldenfour 76m-71p—147 amesfor violating theleaguepolicy onperformance 74p-74m—148 g enhancing substances. Fined Carolina S Haruki 75m-73p—148 Nakamura and GreenBay TERyan Taylor $21,000; 73m-75p—148 75p-73m—148 TennesseeS Michael Griffin $20,000; OaklandCB 76m-72p—148 TyvonBranch,Carolina DEGreg Hardy andArizona 74p-74m—148 LB QuentinGroves$15,750, Baltimore LBDanneg 77p-71m—148 Egerbe$10,000;and Philadelphia QBMichael Vick, Indianapolis CBCassius Vaughnand Pittsburgh S 71p-77m—148 Wi I Allen$7,875for their actionsduringlastweek's 75m-74p—149 72m-77p—149 games. BUFFALO BILLS—SignedSManaSilvafromthe 76m-73p—149 78m-71p—149 practicesquad.ReleasedSDelanoHowell. CINCINNATI BENGALS Activated DT Pat Sims 75m-74p—149 from thephysicagy-unable-to-perform list. Rreleased 74p-76m—150 LB RoddrickMuckelroy. 75p-75m—150 MIAMIDOLPHINS—SignedDBDe'Andre Presley 75p-76m —151 to thepracticesquad. 82m-74p —156 MINNES OTA VIKINGS — ReleasedDE Ernest Owusufromthe practicesquad.SignedDEGeorge Johnson to the practice squad. LPGA Tour LACROSSE Lorena OchoaInvitational National LacrosseLeague Friday WASHINGTON STEALTH — NamedMikeMcQuaid At Guadalajara Country Club vice presidentof communications. Guadalajara, Mexico SOCCER Purse:$1 million Major League Soccer Yardage: 6,626; Par:72 MLS — SuspendedD.C. United M AndyNajar SecondRound three game s and D a l a s F Bl a s Pereztwogames and AngelaStanford 66-67 — 133 fined them,along wlth NewEngland M/FFernando InbeePark 67-68—135 undisclosedamounts for their actionsdurCristieKerr 67-69—136 Cardenas, games. StacyLewis 67-70—137 ing recent CHIVASUSA—Fired Robin Fraser headcoach, So Yeon Ryu 67-70—137 Greg Vanney assistant coach,SimonEgiott techniCandieKung 66-71—137 I K Kim 68-70—138 cal director andheadscout andBrian Leeathletic KarineIcher 67-71—138 trainer. NEWYOR K REDBULLS— Announced the conHeeKyungSeo 70-69—139 coachHansBackewil notbeextended Named KatherineHull 68-71—139 tract of Mike Petke interim coach. NamedAndy Roxburgh AnnaNordqvist 69-71—140 Ai Miyazato 73-68—141 sportingdirector COLLEGE VickyHurst 71-70 — 141 BYU —SuspendedDBJoeSampsonand LBZac YaniTseng 70-71 — 141 S tout from the footbal l teamandannouncedthey have Michege Wie 66-75 — 141 withdrawn fromschool. Haeji Kang 74-68 — 142 CHARLO TTE— Suspended men's basketball G SandraGal 73-69—142 BeatrizRecari 69-73—142 DeMarioMayfieldtwogamesand F Chris Braswell one gam e . NatalieGulbis 71-72—143 INDIANA —Signed TomCrean men's basketball CatrionaMatthew 71-72—143 Lorena Ochoa 71-72—143 coach to a two year contract extension through JessicaKorda 75-69—144 2020. SOUTHE RN BrittanyLang 73-71—144 BrittanyLincicome 71-73 — 144 AzaharaMunoz 71-73 144 SuzannPetersen 70-74—144 Kristy McPherson 71-74—145 77-70—147 JulietaGranada Eun-Hee Ji 73-74 147 71-76—147 PaulaCreamer


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2012 • THE BULLETIN

MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL PAC-12 ROUNDUP

ON THE AIR TELEVISION

Beavers open season with win

Today BASKETBALL

1 a.m.:Men's college, Coppin State at USC(same-day tape), Pac-12Network.

over Niagara

4:30 p.m.:Men's college, Northern Arizona at Oregon, Pac-12 Network.

7 p.m.:NBA,SanAntonio Spurs at Portland Trail Blazers, Blazers Television Network (Ch.39). SOCCER

6:55a.m.:English Premier League, Arsenal vs. Fulham, ESPN2. FOOTBALL 9a.m.:College, Arkansas at South Carolina, CBS.

9a.m.:College, Louisville at Syracuse, ABC. 9a.m.:College, Northwestern at Michigan, ESPN. 9a.m.:College, Wisconsin at Indiana, ESPN2.

9a.m.:College, Army at Rutgers, ESPNU. 9a.m.:College, Harvard at Pennsylvania, NBCSports Network.

9a.m.:College, Kansasat TexasTech, Root Sports. 9a.m.:College, Purdue at lowa, Big Ten Network.

10:30a.m.:College, Coloradoat Arizona, FX. Noon:College, Oregon State at Stanford, Fox. Noon:College, Arizona State at USC, Pac-12 Network.

12:30p.m.:College, PennState at Nebraska, ABC. 12:30 p.m.:College, WestVirginia at Oklahoma State, ESPN2. 12:30p.m.:College, Maryland at Clemson, ESPNU. 12:30 p.m.:College, Texas A&M at Alabama, CBS.

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Connecticut forward DeAndre Daniels (2) shoots over Michigan State during today's game on the Ramstein U.S. Air Force Base, in Ramstein, Germany.

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12:30 p.m.:College, Air Force at SanDiego State, NBC Sports Network. 12:30 p.m.:College, Portland State at Montana State,

Root Sports. 4p.m.:College, Mississippi State at LSU, ESPN. 4 p.m.:College, Georgia at Auburn, ESPN2.

4 p.m.:College, Vanderbilt at Mississippi, ESPNU. 4 p.m.:College, Kansas State at TCU, Fox. 4 p.m.:College, Boise State at Hawaii, NBC Sports Network. 4 p.m.:College, Southern Mississippi at Southern Methodist, Root Sports. 5 p.m.:College, Notre Dame at Boston College, ABC. 7:15p.m.:College,Idaho atBYU,ESPNU. 7:30 p.m.:College, Oregon at California, ESPN. 7:30 p.m.:College, UCLA at Washington State, ESPN2.

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The Associated Press RAMSTEIN A I R BA S E , G e r m any — Shabaz Napier is fairly confident that if Connecticut gets its running game going, nobody can keep up with the Huskies. No. 14 Michigan State couldn't, falling 6662 inthe Armed Forces Classic in a hangar on the U.S. Ramstein Air Base in a game that finished at 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Napier led all scorers with 25 points. "We are too fast, we are a transition team and when we get going, no one can keep up with us," Napier said. "We just tried to do what they did, transition. We got some easy rebounds, they came off the boards and we let them go." Kevin Ollie's first game and win as the Huskies' head coach was watched by former coach JimCalhoun, who worked as play-byplay radio commentator. After the game, UConn players and Ollie ran and embraced Calhoun, the Hall of Famer who retired in September. "He's always been by my side and I appreciate him so much," Ollie said. "He told me don't lay on this, build on it and continue to make them play hard. It's a great win for our program, for the new era. A lot of people could have quit but they stayed here for what Coach Calhoun built." Ollie has been given only a one-year contract with a team that returns just five players who saw significant playing time last season. UConn led most of the way and by as many as 16 points in the first half of the

5 p.m.:Men's college, Loyola (Md.) at Washington, Pac-

game.

12 Network. 6 p.m.:Men's college, Montana State at Seattle, Root

"We executedthe game plan and the game plan was to play hard. We stepped up to the plate, we took the challenge and we came up with a victory," Ollie said. Keith Appling scored 17 points and Branden Dawson had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Michigan State. Gary Harris scored to pull the Spartans to 62-60, but Denzel Valentine and Appling each missed a shot in the last minute that would have tied the game, forcing Michigan State to foul. Napier hit four free throws in the final 13 seconds to seal the win. Ryan Boatright had D points, despite rolling his ankle in the second half, and DeAndre Daniels added 12 for the Huskies. The 14th-ranked Spartans hit just one of their first eight shots, while Connecticut made nine of its first 10, and raced out to a 20-6 lead on a 3-pointer from Napier. In other games on Friday: No. 1 Indiana...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Bryant...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Cody Zeller had 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Christian Watford added 15 points and 15 rebounds to lead Indiana past Bryant.

7:30 p.m.:College, Fresno State at Nevada, NBCSports Network.

7:30 p.m.:College, Utah at Washington, Pac-12 Network 7:30 p.m.:College, Colorado at Arizona (same-day tape) Root Sports. GOLF 10a.m.:PGATour, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, third round, Golf Channel.

7 p.m.:European Tour/Asian Tour, Singapore Open,final round, Golf Channel. TRIATHLON

12:30p.m.:Ironman World Championship (taped), NBC. MOTOR SPORTS

1 p.m.:NASCAR,Nationwide Series, Great Clips 200, ESPN. 11:30 p.m.:NHRA, Automobile Club of Southern

California Finals, qualifying (same-day tape), ESPN2.

Sunday BASKETBALL

3a.m.:Men's college, Eastern Washington at Washington State (same-day tape), Pac-12Network. 3 p.m.:Men's college, Charleston Southern at Arizona,

Sports. 7 p.m.:Men's college, Cal State Bakersfield at California, Pac-12 Network. TENNIS

6a.m.:ATP Tour,Barclays World Tour Finals, first semifinal, ESPN2.

11:30a.m.:ATPTour, Barclays World Tour Finals, second semifinal, ESPN2. FOOTBALL 10 a.m.:NFL, New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals, Fox. 1 p.m.:NFL, New York Jets at Seattle Seahawks, CBS.

1 p.m.: NFL,St.LouisRamsatSanFrancisco49ers,Fox. 1:30p.m.:CFLplayoffs, second semifinal, Saskatchewan Roughriders at Calgary Stampeders, NBC Sports Network 5:20p.m.: NFL,HoustonTexansatChicago Bears,NBC. 8 p.m.:CFL playoffs, semifinal, Edmonton Eskimos

at Toronto Argonauts (same-day tape), NBC Sports Network. MOTOR SPORTS Noon:NASCAR, Sprint Cup, AdvoCare 500, ESPN. 4p.m.:NHRA, Automobile Club of Southern California

Finals (same-day tape), ESPN2.

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onn MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL TOP 25 ROUNDUP No. 3 Kentucky...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Maryland ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 NEW YORK — Junior guard Jarrod Polson scored 10 points and made the clinching free throws with 7.7 seconds to play as Kentucky held off a furious second-half rally by Maryland. No. 5 Michigan ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

Slippery Rock........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 62 ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 25points, surpassing 1,000 forhis career in Michigan's win over Slippery Rock. No. 6 N.C. State...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

Miami (Ohio) ........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 59 RALEIGH, N.C. — Richard Howell had 16 points and 10 rebounds to help North Carolina State beat Miami (Ohio) in the season opener for both teams. No. 7 Kansas...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 SE Missouri State...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 LAWRENCE, Kan. — Ben McLemore had nine points, 12 rebounds and five assists in his Kansas debut, helping the Jayhawks pull away from pesky Southeast Missouri State. No. 8 Duke...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Georgia State......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 55 DURHAM, N.C.— Mason Plumlee had 19 points and 14 rebounds to lead Duke to the win over Georgia State. No. 11 North Carolina..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Gardner-Webb..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — James Michael McAdoo set career highs with 26 points and 14 rebounds to help North Carolina beat Gardner-Webb. No.16Creighton ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 N. Texas ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 OMAHA, Neb. — Doug McDermott had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead Creighton to a season-opening victory over North Texas. No.19 Baylor...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Lehigh...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 WACO, Texas — Baylor freshman center Isaiah Austin scored 22 points in 17 minutes before spraining his right ankle, and Corey Jefferson had 26 points for Baylor in a season-opening victory over Lehigh. No.21 Gonzaga..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 03 Southern Utah ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 SPOKANE, Wash. — Freshman Przemek Karnowski scored 22 points to lead Gonzaga over Southern Utah in the season opener for both teams. South Alabama...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 No. 25 Florida State...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Antoine Allen hit four 3-pointers and scored 21 points to lead South Alabama to a season-opening upset of Florida State.

The Associated Press CORVALLIS — Roberto Nelson scored 22 points and Oregon State opened the season with a 102-83 victory over Niagara in the 2K Sports Classic on Friday night. Ahmad Starks and Angus Brandt scored 18 points each for the Beavers, who had six players in double figures. Eric Moreland added 14 points and 13 rebounds. Marvin Jordan scored 17 points for the Purple Eagles, who trailed by as many as 25 points in the second half. It was the firstever meeting between Niagara and Oregon State. The Beavers reached the 100-point mark inthe opener after scoring 100 or more points fourtimes lastseason, a school record. Eric Moreland's dunk with 9:04 left in the first half gave the Beavers a 30-20 lead, before Nelson's 3-pointer made it 53-39 at the

half. The Purple Eagles had a 9-2 run in the second half, capped by Ameen Tanksley's 3-pointer that narrowed it to 66-53. Oregon State answered with its own 9-2 run that made it 75-55 after Nelson's 3-pointer. Devon Collier's dunk gave the Beavers an 88-65 lead. Oregon State shot 57 percent from the floor for the game, while the Purple Eagles shot 38 percent. The Beavers out-rebounded Niagara 52-37. It was the 65th win for coach Craig Robinson, who is embarking on his fifth season with the Beavers. Nelson is starting at point guard for Oregon State this season after the early departure of Jared Cunningham, a star for last season's 21-15 Beavers team. Niagara, which plays in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, went 14-19 last season. They are led by Juan'ya Green, who averaged 17.1 points and 4.5 assists last season as the MAAC Freshman of the Year. Against the Beavers, Green scored 14 points and had nine assists. Niagara's last meeting with a member of the Pac-12Conference was a 69-62 loss to USC in 1986. The 2K S p orts C lassic benefits t he Wounded Warrior Project. The Beavers will host New Mexico State Sunday as part of the event. Also on Friday: No.13 UCLA..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Indiana State...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 LOS ANGELES — Jordan Adams scored 21 points in his college debut and UCLA defeated Indiana State in its season opener. Adams, the school's first-ever signee out of vaunted Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, was seven of 12 from the floor and had eight rebounds off the bench for the Bruins (1-0). Stanford..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 San Francisco...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 OAKLAND, Calif. — Dwight Powell scored 18 of his career-high 27 points in the second half as Stanford beat San Francisco in the season opener for both teams. Powell left the game with an apparent left knee injury with 1:35 remaining. Josh Huestis added 11 points for the Cardinal, who improved to 23-2 in their past 25 openers. Colorado ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Wofford ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 BOULDER, Colo.— Freshman Josh Scott scored 14 points in his first game for Colorado, leading the Buffaloes to a victory over Wofford in the season opener for both teams. Askia Booker and Spencer Dinwiddie added 13 points apiece for the Buffaloes, who improved to 30-3 in home openers. Utah...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Willamntte..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 SALT LAKE CITY — Jordan Loveridge scored 18 points and fellow freshman Justin Seymour added 16 as Utah cruised past Division III opponent Willamette in the Utes' season opener. Reserve Dakarai Tucker, another freshman, added 15 points as six Utah players scored in double figures. USC..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

Coppin State.......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 73 LOS ANGELES — Byron Wesley scored 17 points, leading USC to a victory over Coppin State. Omar Oraby had 16 points and six rebounds a day after his hardship waiver petition was approved by the NCAA — making him eligible to play immediately.

FIGURE SKATING

1 p.m.:ISU GrandPrix: Cup of Russia (taped), NBC. SOCCER

6p.m.:MLS playoffs, Los Angeles vs. Seattle, ESPN.

RADIO Today FOOTBALL Noon:College, Oregon State at Stanford, KICE-AM 940, KRCO-AM 690. 7:30 p.m.:College, Oregon at California, KBND-AM1110. BASKETBALL 4:30 p.m.:Men's college, Northern Arizona at Oregon, KBND-AM. 7 p.m.:NBA, San Antonio Spurs at Portland Trail Blazers, KRCO-AM 690.

Sunday BASKETBALL

6:30 p.m.:Men's college, NewMexico State at Oregon State, KICE-AM 940,KRCO-AM 690. Listings are the mostaccurate available. TheBulletinis not responsible for late changesmadeby Tl/or radio stations

Golfer nearly passes out on way to lead The Associated Press LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Charlie Beljan was worried about keeping his PGA Tour card when he showed up at Disney for the final tournament of the year. That changed Friday over five frightening hours when he felt a shortness of breath and his heart racing, and eventually told his caddie that he thought he

was going to die. His chestheaved. He called for paramedics at the turn and was told his blood pressure was not good. He sat in the middle of the fairway to rest and kneeled on the green to try to steady himself. In one of the most remarkable rounds of the year, the 28-year-old rookie fought through it for an 8-under 64 to take a three-shot lead. Moments after signing his card, Beljan was loaded onto astretcher. His eyes were shut, his head tilted back — still wearing his visor — and his arms were folded across his

GOLF ROUNDUP stomach as paramedics loaded him into an ambulance parked beyond the 18th green at the Palm Course. "I think he was scared," said his caddie, Rick Adcox. "He kept saying he thought he was going to die. He just had that feeling. I don't know why. But it was spooky." A few hours later, his agent sent a text to PGA Tour officials from Celebration Hospital that Beljan was waiting on tests, feeling better and hopeful of being discharged from the hospital Friday evening. In a later text, agent Andy Dawson said even if Beljan remained in the hospital overnight, he still planned to play the third round. Beljan was in the lead for the first time after any round going into the weekend at the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic. It

could not have come at a better time because he is No. 139 on the money list, and only the top 125 keep their full cards for next year. In other Friday events: Stanford up two strokes in Mexico GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Angela Stanford shot a 5-under 67 to take a two-stroke lead over Inbee Park after the second round of the Lorena Ochoa InvitationaL The winner of the inaugural tournament in 2008, Stanford had an 11-under 133 total at Guadalajara Country Club. The Texan won the HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore in February for her fifth LPGA Tour victory.

Two battle rain to tie for Singapore lead SINGAPORE — England's Simon Dyson and Thailand's Chapchai Nirat topped the SingaporeOpen leaderboard at6 under when rain again disrupted play. Dyson completed 13 holes, and Nirat nine before was suspended for the day.


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su er state oss Bulletin staff report SCAPPOOSE Madras H i gh's f o otball season came to an end Friday night as the turnoverplagued White Buffaloes lost 50-6 t o h ost S cappoose in the first round o f th e C l ass 4 A s t a t e

playoffs. The top-ranked Indians, who improved to 9-1 overall with the win, led 28-0 at halftime. Madras (5-6 overall) committed seven turnovers for the game, including s i x i n t e r ceptions. One of those interceptions was returned 55 yards for a third-quarter touchdown by Paul Revis, his third TD of the night. W hite B u f f al o tai l back Joe Hisatake scored Madras' lone touchdown, a 3-yard ru n w i t h t w o minutes left in the game. "They're a good team," Madras coach Rick Wells said of Scappoose. "A lot of what they did caused those turnovers. "It wasn't like we were completely o u t c lassed," Wells added. "It's just that we had a bad night, and

Panthers Continued from D1 Also coming up big for the Intermountain Con f erence champions was their defense, which limited the Lancers to just 11 yards in the third quarter and 102 yards in the second half, as the Panthers (10-0 overall) outscored Churchill 27-8 after halftime. Redmond coach N a than Stanley said that was a combination of his team making halftime adjustments and the Lancers (7-4) being limited with their spread offense. Those adjustments, Stanley said, were sparked by a Redmond drive late in the second quarter, during which the Panthers drove 62 yards for a touchdown to put them ahead 13-7 with 39 seconds left in the half. "There for a while it was about field position, but once w e adjusted, we had a b i g

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Summit

girls reach

playoff final Bulletin staff report BEAVERTON — Summit scored a close 15-13 s emifinal v i c t or y o v e r Madras on Friday to advance to th e g i rl s 5/4A final at the 2012 Oregon High School Water Polo

Championships. The two-day championship event concludes today at Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center. A nnie Jarvis was t h e leading scorer for Summit, which plays West Albany for the 5/4A girls state title today at 3 p.m. Also today, Madras takes on Parkrose for third place in a match set to start at 10 a.m. In a 5/4A boys semifinal F riday, M o untain V i e w trailed West Albany 8-3 before rallying to get within 9-8 going into the third quarter. But the Cougars could get no closer and lost D-10 despite six goals by Noah Cox and three by Tim Gorman. Nate Cox added a goal and eight assists for Mountain View, and goalie Tracy Pitcher made eight saves. In another 5/4A b o ys semifinal match, Summit fell 11-7 to 2011 champion Ashland. Carson Brenda was among the goal scorers for the Storm, who will face off against Central Oregon r i va l M o u n tain View i n t h e t h i r d-place game today at 11:15 a.m.

Continued from D1 Linebacker Kyle Shaver recorded five solo tackles and I V2 sacks, and defensive lineman Chadd Taulai added 2 I/2 sacks of his own. A yers, who had just 21 yards rushing at halftime, scored the only touchdown of the first half, a 7-yard run with just over four minutes

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Highberger for a 15-yard touchdowns pass. Ayers put the Cougs up for good with 2:11 left in the game when he broke off a 53-yard run for a score.

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to a 36-yard completion on third down and 14 yards to go. "We adjusted into kind of our 'beef package' or whatever you want to call it. I think that was the spark that we needed." The Panthers, ranked No. I in 5A, racked up 469 yards offensively, with 271 coming in the second half. "We're asecond-half team," said Trevor Genz, whose 59 rushing yards after the break paced Redmond's 189 yards on the ground in the second half. "Every game, we've just done great in the second half. It just takes us a little while to

DENVER — Dick Monfort entered the room inside Coors Field to a sound he hasn't heard in quite some time — applause. "I'm a little surprised, because people usually don't clap for me when I walk in," the Colorado Rockies owner said to a room full of fans on Friday. Sorry, they were actually reacting to the person following closely behind Monfort — the fan favorite now given the responsibility of resurrecting the Rockies. Walt Weiss remains quite popular after spending four seasons with the Rockies as a gritty shortstop. And now the team is hoping he can b ring that tenacity to h i s new role as he makes the rare leap from high school c oach t o m a j o r l e a g ue

squad that's coming off a franchise-worst 64-98 season. To add to that pressure, Weiss has only a one-year deal to transform the team, n ot t o m e n tion a R o c k ies executive looking over h is shoulder from a n o f fice right next to his in the clubhouse. Weiss k n ow s e x a c t ly what he's getting into, fully ready to reward the Rockies' leap of faith in him. "There is no question the pink elephant in the room is I haven't done this before," Weiss said. "This is a job that I'm going to have to figure out on the fly." Prior to this job, Weiss'

get going." Genz ran for 93 yards on the ground, and Andrew Leeland completed four of seven passes for 149 yards and two t ouchdowns. M at t Da h l en was on the receiving end of two of those throws for 64 yards and a touchdown, help-

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Redmond's Trevor Hindman (22) looks for a hole in the Churchill's defense during the first half Friday in Redmond. ing Redmond advance to 5A quarterfinals and a matchup against Crescent Valley at home next Friday. The Panthers, who rushed for 320 yards, faced white-out conditions, as snow piled up on the field throughout the

game.

"We're tough guys," Genz said. "We're used to the coldness, and the snow kind of adds an extra factor. Snow's here every year, and those kids in the (Willamette) Valley probably don't see snow like

this very often, so that probably gave us an advantage." Stanley said the win came down to guts and effort. That, combined with a style of football he compared to what one would see in the NFC East, is going to be key if Redmond wants its season to continue.

"To keep going, we just need

to keep our focus," Stanley said. "Ignore the noise and enjoy the moment. That's kind of what we tell our kids to do." — Reporter: 541-383-0305, glucas@bendbulletin.com.

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spring.

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they had a good night." The W h ite B u f f aloes, who advanced to the state playoffs a f ter d e feating C rook County 3 3-21 i n last week's 4 A p l a y -in round, played in the state p ostseason for t h e f i r s t time since 2005.

Cougars

CULVER HEADED TO FINALS

Soccer OSAAState Playoffs BOYS CLASS 6A Quarteriinals Today's Games ForestGroveatClackamas Lincoln atMcMinnvile CentralCatholic atJesuit SunsetatSouthEugene CLASS5A Qttarteriinals Today's Games Liberty atWoodburn Wilsoitville atHoodRiverValley CrescentValleyat MountainView Clevelandat Summit CLASS4A Qttarteriinals Today's Games Henley atMcLoughlit Molalla atPhilomath La SallePrePatStaytOlt Ontario atPhoenix CLASS3A/2A/1A Qttarteriinals

Today'sGames SantiamChristianatOregonEpiscopal Catlin Gablat e PortlandChretiarl Westside Christian atRiverside Delphianat Riverdale GIRLS CLASS 6A Quarteriinals Today's Games Clackamas at Sunset LakeridgeatTigard Jesuit atThurston Canbyat Grant CLASS 5A Quarteriinals Today's Games CrescentValleyat Summit Corvallis atWilsonvile WillametteatBend Putltam atSherWO Od

CLASS4A Qttarteriinals

Today's Games NorthBend/ORCoast Techat Mazama La Grande atPhilomath Molalla atGladstone La SallePrepatScappoose CLASS3A/2A/1A Qttarteriinals

Today's Games CorItett atOregonEpiscopal Catlin Galmatl St.Mary's, Medford Glide atWestern Mertnoltite/Perrydale Cascade Christian at Valley Catholic

Volleyball OSAASTATECHAMPIONSHIPS CLASS6A Al Liberty High School, Hillsboro Friday's Results

Quarteriinals CentralCatholic def.Gresham,25-t3, 25-18,25-12 Roseburgdef.Barlow,25-23, 25-20,25-22 Clackamasdef.Sheldon,25-17,25-15,25-17 Jesuit def.Century,25-11,25-17,25-18 Semifinals Roseburgdef. CentralCatholic, 25-17,20-25, 25-22, t 8-25, 15-t 3

Jesuit def.Clackamas, 25-I8, 25-15, 25-19 Today's Games Consolation Semifinals Greshamvs.Bariow,10am. Sheldonvs. Century,10 a.m. Fourth/Sixth Place Consolatlonsemifinalwinners 2:15p.m. Third/Fifth Place CentralCatholic vs.Clackamas, Z15p.m. Final Roseburg vs.Jesuit,8 30 p.m. CLASS 5A AI Liberty HighSchool, Hillsboro Friday's Results Qttarteriinals WestAlbanydef. Lebanon, 25-11, 25-11,25-t 5 Marshfielddet. Corvallis, 18-25,25-15,25-16,25-21 BenddeI.Summit, 25-14,25-21,21-25,25-22 Churchill def.Pendleton,25-16,20-25,25-2I, 25-1I Semifinals WestAlbanydef. Marshfield,25-t7, 25-0, 25-t6 Churchill def.Bend,25-12, 25-7, 25-14

Today'sGames Consolation Semifinals Lebanonvs.Corvallis, 8 a.m. Summitvs.Pendleton,8 a.m. Fourth/Sixth Place Consolationsemifinalwinners noon. Third/Fifth Place Marshfieldvs.Bend,noon Final WestAlbanyvs. Churchill, 6 p.m. CLASS4A

At LaneCommunity College, Eugene Friday's Results Quarteriinals CrookCountydef. Elmlra,25-11,25-23,25-8

Madrasdef. LaGrande,25-20, 24-26,25-13, 20-25,

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Culver's Shealene Little (7) finds a gap for a kill against Kennedy Friday during the quarterfinals at the 2A volleyball state championships at Ridgeview High School in Redmond. For a related story, see D1. 16-14 Today'sGames Banksdef.Phoenix, 25-21,25-8,25-17 Consolation Semifinals Astoria def. Sisters, 25-22, 25-21, 22-25, I9-25, North Douglavs. s Kennedy,10 a.m. 15-13 GrantUnionvs. Weston-McEwen,10 a.m. Semifinals Fourth/Sixth Place CrookCountydef.Madras,25-10,25-17,25-17 Consolationsemiinal winners, 2:15p.m. Third/Fifth Place Astoriadef Banks,25-14, 20-25,25-19,25-23

Today's Games Consolation Semifinals Elmiravs.LaGrande,10 am. Phoenixvs.Sisters, t0a.m. Fourth/Sixth Place Consolationsemifinalwinners,2:15p.m. Third/Fifth Place Madras vs. Banks,2:15 p.m. Final CrookCountyvs. Astoria, B30p.m. CLASS3A At LaneCommunity College, Eugene Friday's Results Qttarteriinals Corbettdef. Creswell,25-23,25-22, 25-21 ValleyCatholicdef. CascadeChristian, 25-23,25-14, 26-28, 25-t 9 Santiam Christiandef. Nyssa,25-17, 25-15,25-13 BlanchetCatholic def. OregonEpiscopal, 25-21,2225,25-20,30-28

Heppnervs. Reedsport, 2:15p.m. Final Culvervs.DaysCreek,8.30 pm.

CLASS1A

AI RidgeviewHighSchool, Redmond Friday's Results Gttaderiinals PowderValleydef.Yottcalla, 25-16,25-17,25-15 St. Pauldef. Lowell,25-22,23-25, 25-12,25-15 Imblerdef.HosannaChristian, 25-24,25-23, 25-11 PortlandLutherandef. Perrydale,28 26, 25-10, 1625,25-22 Semifittals PowderValley def.St. Paul,27-25,25-19,25-17 Imbler def. PortlandLutheran,21-25, 25-23, 25-12, 25-18

Today'sGames Consolation Semifinals Yoncallavs.Lowell, 8a.m. HosannaChristian vs. Perrydale,8 a.m.

Semifittals Fottrth/Sixth Place Corttett def. Valley Catholic, t7-25, 25-21, 25-18, Consolationsemiinal winners, noon. 25-18 Third/Fifth Place SantiamChristiandef. BIanchetCatholic, 25-16,25- St. Paulvs PortandLutheran, noon. 19, 7-25,25-17 Final Today's Games PowderValleyvs. Imbler,6p.m.

Consolation Semifinals Creswelvs. l CascadeChristian, 8 a.m. Nyssa vsOregonEpiscopal,8a.m. Fourth/Sixth Place Consolationsemiinal winners,noon. Third/Fifth Place ValleyCatholicvs.BlanchetCatholic, noon. Final

Corttett vs.SantiamChristian, 6 p.m. CLASS2A Al Ridgeview HighSchool, Redmond Friday's Results Qttarteriinals Heppnerdef.NorthDouglas,25-10,25-21,25-17 Culverdei.Kennedy,19-25, 25-15,25-20, 25-12 DaysCreekdef. Grant Union, 25-18, 25-23,25-16 Reedsp or tdei.Weston-McEwen,25-14,25-21,23-25, 16-25,15-13 Semifittals Culverdei.Heppner,25-20, 19-25,25-19,25-17 Days Creekdet. Reedsport, 18-25, 25-18, 25-23, 25-20

Football OSAAState Playoffs CLASS6A Round 1 Friday'sResults Jesuit 65,Centennial6 DregonCity30,Thurston28 Sprague57,Westview 38 Tttalatin 32,Clackamas20 Sheldon42, David Douglas 6 Roseburg39,Gresham38(20T) Century33, Crater27 Sottthridge59,Westl.inn14 LakeOswego41,McNary0 SouthMedford28 Beaverton I4 WestSalem13,Grant12 Aloha38, Glertcoe35 Tigard67,Reynolds 35 Canby30,SouthSaem13 Sunset49,McMinnville 42

CentralCatholic 61l.akeridge14 CLASS5A Round 1 Friday's Results Redmond 40, Churchill t5 Crescent Valley14, Wilson7 MountainView21, Wilsonvile14 Marist 68,Hermiston22 Silvertott 49,Putnam0 West Albany42,Ashland7 Sprirtgiield42,Roosevelt 22 Sherwood 64,Lebanon8 CLASS4A Round1 Friday's Results Scappoose 50, Madras6 Cascade 40,Douglas 21 Philomath35,Sweet Home26 Gladstone 27, Banks16 NorthBend/ORCoastTech42,Klamath Union20 La SallePrep21, Sittslaw20 Today's Games CottageGroveat Baker Dittario atNorthValley CLASS3A Round1 Friday's Results Dayton55,Warrenton 0 Willamina 24, Cottuille t3 Santiam Christian46, Lakeview/Paisley 22 HorizonChristian31,Glide13 Scio 58,Clatskanie14 Rainier39,BlanchetCatholic I2 Today's Games PleasantHil atNyssa Vale atCascadeChristian CLASS2A Round1 Friday's Results CentralLinn34, Gaston 14 PortlandChristian55,Stanfield 21

Today'sGames BonanzaatKennedy Enterpriseat Oakland KnappaatGold Beach OakridgeatHeppner Regis atGrantUnion Monroeat Lost River

CLASS1A Round1 Friday's Results St. Paul66,PowderVailey 20 Sherman 54,Eikton40 Perrydale76,JordanValley20

Today'sGames

Triad atAdrian Crow atDufur Echo atLowel CoveatCamasValley TriangleLakeatImbler CLASS5A PLAYOFF ROUND I

Churchill 7 0 0 8 — 15 7 6 6 2 1 — 40 Redmond R— Matt Dahlen 31passfromAndrewLeelaltd (J.D. Abbaskick) C—AndrewBenrtiott 85 kick return (lan Boozer

kick) R—Leeland1run (kick failed) R- TrevorHindman24run (runfailed) R—Hindman1run(Abbaskick) R—Hindman49 passIrom Leeland(Abbaskick) C— Keidren Johnson16 passfrom Mitch Reese IJohnathanMoranrun) R— CodySimpson40 run(Abttas kick) Class 5A PLAYOFFROUND'I MOUNTAINVIEW21, INILSONVILLE14 M ountain View 0 7 0 14 — 2 1 Wilsonville 0 0 0 1 4 — 14 MV —KylerAyers7 run(Bryce Tiptott kick) MV —Ayers6lun (Tiptott kick) W— NickHighberger15passfrom Tanner Shipley

(JacksortChasekick) MV Kyler Ayers 53run(Tipton kick) W — JohnnyRagin 16passfromHighberger (Chasekick) Class 4A PLAYOFFROUND1

SCAPPOOSE 50, MADRAs6 0 0 0 6 — 6 Madras Scappoose 6 22 22 0 — 50 S— Paul Revis 9 passfromTaylor Loss (run failed) S — Revis36passfromLoss(l.ucas Anderson lun) S—CarsonDavison 2run(LoganStanton kick) S— Loss3run (Stantonkick)

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2012 • THE BULLETIN

4A VOLLEYBALL

Oregon

NBA ROUNDUP

Cowgirls Lakers rout Warriors after return to firing of coachMike Brown finals Bulletin staff report EUGENE — After blasting through the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds of the Class 4A state tournament without dropping a game, the Crook County Cowgirls will play Astoria for theirseventh consecutive state title tonight at Lane Community College.

The Cowgirls dropped Madras 25-10, 25-17, 2517 in the semifinals after cruising past Elmira 25-11, 25-23, 25-8 in the quarterfinals Friday at the 4A state

championships.

"We're going for No. 7!" Crook County coach Rosie H onl beamed after h e r team bested Madras. Cowgirl middle blocker M akayla L i n dburg, t h e two-time 4A player of the year, held nothing back against the White Buffaloes, going 17 of 18 from the service line with four aces in addition to recording a match-high 16 kills. Ali Apperson went 15 of 15 on serves and Hannah Troutman added 15 kills and eight digs for Crook County. Madras will also go for a trophy today as the Buffs face Banks in the 4A thirdplace match. The Tri-Valley Conference co-champions, who are looking to place at state for the first time in 25 years, advanced to the semifinal round with a t h rilling f i v e-set v i ctory overLa Grande in the q uarterfinals. Th e B u f f s knocked off th e G reater Oregon League champions 25-20, 24-26, 25-13, 20-25, 16-14 to advance to the state semifinals for just the second time in school history. S isters, t h e Sky - E m L eague c h ampion, j u s t missed out on advancing to the semifinals on the other side of the bracket, as the Outlaws fell to Astoria in five games. The Outlaws, a No. I seed, lost 25-22, 25-21, 22-25, 19-25, 15-13. Sisters plays Phoenixthis morning in the consolation bracket.

5A VOLLEYBALL

Bend, Summit

both fall Bulletin staff report HILLSBORO — I n t ermountain Conference rivals Bend High and Summit saw their state volleyball title hopes come to an end Friday as the two Central Oregon programs both d ropped matches at t h e Class 5A state tournament at Liberty High School. The Lava Bears, who knocked off the Storm 2514, 25-21, 21-25, 25-22 in the morning's quarterfinal round, advanced to the state semifinals for just the third time in school history, but fell to Eugene's Churchill High in three games while battling for a spot in the 5A final. The Lancers, who will face West Albany this evening in the championship match, defeated Bend 25-12, 25-7, 25-14. Hoping to bring home their first state trophy since 1995, the Bears will play Marshfield of Coos Bay today at noon for third place. The Storm, the 2011 5A champs, play P endleton this morning at 8 a.m. in a consolation match. Summit can still place at this year's state tourney with a win over the Buckaroos, which would put them in the fourth-place/sixth-place match. L aney Hayes le d t h e Storm with 19 kills in their quarterfinal loss to Bend High. J o rdan W a s k om went 17 of 17 with two aces from the service line and led Summit with 11 digs.

The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — K obe Bryant scored 27 points, Pau Gasol added 14 points and 16 r ebounds, and the Los A n geles Lakers responded to coach Mike B r own's f iring earlier Friday with a 101-77 victory over the Golden State Warriors. Jordan Hill scored 14 points for the Lakers, who had just a few hours to absorb Brown's dismissal after just 18 months on the job. Following a bumpy first half under interim coach Bernie Bickerstaff, they pulled away in the third quarter with a 25-9 run led by Bryant, who also had nine rebounds and seven assists. The comfortable v i ctory doubled the Lakers' victory total for the season and capped one of the most tumultuous days in recent history for a franchisethat'snever short on drama. With the talented veteran club off to a Western Conference-worst 1-4 start after a winless preseason, L akers general manager Mitch Kupchak and owner Ji m B u ss abruptly d i smissed Brown, informing the players during their morning shootaround. Bickerstaff ran the Lakers as the interim coach, but the veteran NBA bench boss isn't likely to be a candidate for the full-time job. Phil Jackson, the 11-time NBA champion coach w ho won five rings in t w o previous stints running the Lakers, is near the top of Kupchak's list again, the GM acknowledged. Mike D'Antoni, the former Knicks and Suns coach, also is thought to be a prime candidate. Also on Friday: Suns.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Cavaliers ...... . . . . . . . . . . . 105 PHOENIX Shannon B rown scored 12 of hi s 22 points in the fourth quarter and helped key a late 14-4 run

Hornets ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Bobcats ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 N EW ORLEANS — A n thony Davis had 23 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks in his firstgame back aftera concussion, and New Orleans handed Charlotte its t h ir d s t r aight loss. Timberwolves....... . . . . . . . 96 Pacers ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 MINNEAPOLIS — Chase Budinger converted a layup on a feed from Andrei Kirilenko with 0.8 seconds to go, lifting Minnesota to the victory. Brandon Roy left the game at halftime with a sore right knee. Mark J. Terrill/The Associated Press 76ers...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Los Angeles Lakers interim Celtics ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 head coach Bernie Bickerstaff BOSTON — Evan Turner gestures during the first half scored 25points,Jrue Holiday of Friday night's game against added 21 an d P h iladelphia the Golden State Warriors in held off several fourth-quarter Los Angeles. rallies. Nets...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Magic ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 as Phoenix rallied from a 26ORLANDO, Fla. — Andray point deficit to beat Cleveland. Blatche had 15 points, Brook Lopez added 14 points and 10 S purs ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7 Kings.......... . . . . . . . . . . ..86 rebounds and Brooklyn never S ACRAMENTO, Cal i f . trailed while snapping a 10— Tim Duncan had 23 points, game losing streak to Orlando 12 rebounds and four blocks to that dated to 2009. power San Antonio to the road Thunder...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 win. Pistons...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Nuggets......... . . . . . . . ..104 O KLAHOM A CITY J azz..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4 Serge Ibaka scored a careerDENVER — Corey Brewer high 25 points, Kevin Durant scored 13 of his 20 points in chipped in a season-high 25 the fourth quarter, hitting four points and 13 rebounds, and 3-pointers, and Denver pulled Oklahoma City beat winless away to beat Utah. Detroit. H eat..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 5 Grizzlies...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 H awks...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 9 Rockets ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 ATLANTA LeBron MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rudy James scored 21 points, includ- Gay had 21 points and a key ing the clinching jumper with basket with I:03 left that helped 13.6 seconds remaining, and Memphis defeat Houston for Miami knocked off Atlanta for its fourth straight victory. the Heat's fourth straight win. Bucks...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Knicks...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Wizards ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 M avericks...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 WASHINGTON — M onta NEW YORK — C a rmelo Ellis scored 22 points, and MilAnthony scored 31 points and waukee quickly erased an earNew York improved its best ly deficit before pulling away start in nearly two decades to with a D-0 run bridging the 4-0. third and fourth quarters.

NBA SCOREBOARD Standings NATIONALBASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

ConferenceGlance All TimesPST EASTE RN CONFEE RNCE W L Pct GB d-NewYork 4 0 t000 d-Miami 5 1 .833 d-Milwaukee 3 1 .750 Chicago 3 2 .60II 1'/z Philadelphia 3 2 600 1~/, Brooklyn 2 2 .50II 2 Atlanta 2 2 .500 2 Boston 2 3 .40II 2'/z Orlando 2 3 .400 2'/~ Indiana 2 4 .333 3 Cleveland 2 4 .333 3 Charlotte 1 3 .250 3 Toronto 1 4 .20II 3'/~ Washington 0 4 .000 4 Detroit 0 6 .000 5 WESTE RN CONFER ENCE W L Pct GB d-SanAntonio 4 1 833 5 d-Minnesota 80II '/~ Memphis 4 1 800 '/z d-LA. Clippers 4 2 667 1 Dallas 4 2 667 1 Oklahoma City 4 2 667 1 NewOreans 3 2 60II 1'/z GoldenState 3 3 500 2 Denver 3 3 50II 2 Phoenix 3 3 50II 2 2 3 40II 2'/~ Portland Houston 2 3 40II 2'/z Utah 2 4 333 3 2 4 333 3 Sacramen to LA Lakers 2 4 333 3 d-division leader

Friday'sGames Brooklyn107,Orlando6B Milwaukee101,Wash<ngton 91 Philadelphia106,Boston100 Miami 95,Atlanta89 NewYork104, Dallas94 Minnesota96,Indiana94 Memphis 93,Houston 85 NewOrleans107, Charlotte99 Oklahoma City105, Detroit 94 Phoenix107,Cleveland105 SanAntonio97,Sacramento86 LA. Lakers101,GoldenState 77 Denver104,Utah84

Today'sGames

Philadelph>a at Toronto, 4p.m. WashingtonatIndiana, 4p.m. Dallas atCharlotte,4:30 p.m. MinnesotaatChicago,5p.m. Detro>tat Houston, 5p.m. BostonatMilwaukee,5:30 p.m. Phoenixat Utah,6p.m. SanAntonioat Portland,7p.m. DenveratGodenstate, 7:30p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Nuggets104, Jazz84 UTAH(84)

Ma williams2-71-2 5, Millsap5-0 1-211, Jetferson1-92-24, M.Wiliams1-6 0-02, Hayward 6-7 2-215, Favors3-84-410, Foye4-13 2-213, Tinsley 2-61-2 5,Kanter6-81-213, Burks1-91-23, Carroll 1-1 0-0 2,Murphy0-10-00,Evans0-1 1-21.Totals 32-87 16-22 84.

DENVER (104)

Gallinari 2-0 1-2 5, Faried5-0 8-1018, Koufos 6-83-415, Lawson 4-121-49, Iguodala7-120-015, McGee2-80-0 4, Brewer7-141-1 20, Mozgov1-3 2-2 4, A.Miller 2-62-2 6, Fournier1-3 0-0 2, Randolph 1-10-0 2, Hamilton2-3 0-0 4. Totals 40-92 18-25 104.

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Grizzlies 93, Rockets 85 HOUSTON (85) Parsons 8 13 0 Ij 19,Patierson4-100-0 8, Asik 4-6 2-210, Harden 4-18 9-1018, un 5-10 3-315, Delfino 3-90-08, Cook 0-10-00, Morris 2-60-05, Aldrich1-3 0-0z Totals31-7614-15 85. MEMPHIS(93) Gay9-192 4 21,Randolph 5-13 5 615,Gasol 3-

120-06, Allen3-92-28, Conley5-133-514, Speights 2-93-47, pondexter2-7 0-05, Bayless4-82-2 1z Ellington2-40-05.Totals35-9417-2393. Houston 24 22 22 17 — 85 Memphis 17 25 27 24 — 93

Timberwolves 96, Pacers94 INDIANA(94) West 8-16 3-4 19,Young0-0 0-00, Hibbert 5-11 0-010, Hill 0-175-529,George4-121-211,Green 2-94-48,THansbrough2-50-04,Augustin0-6O-Q 0, Mahinmi1-32-24, Stephenson4-5 0-09. Totals 37-8415-17 94. MINNESOT A(96) Kirilenko2-52-3 6,Wiliams 6-92-215, Pekovic 4-10 5-6 13, Ridnour4-12 0-0 8, Roy3-5 Ij 0 6, Budinger4-69-10 18, Shved4-8 3-3 11,Stiemsma 2-6 2-2 6, Lee 1-3 O-Q2, Cunningham 5-6 1-2 11. Totals 35-7024-2896. Indiana 19 24 21 30 — 94 Minnesota 21 21 27 27 — 96

Knicks104, Mavericks94 DALLAS (94) Brand 2 5 4 5 8,Crowder3 8 0 0 7, Wright 47 3-311, Mayo 7-164-423, Collison1-82-24, Kaman 6-7 2-214, Carter 6-142-415, Da.Jones1-42-25, Murphy0-30-0 0, Do.Jones1-20-0 z Beaubois27 1-1 5, James 0-0 0-0 0, Cunningham0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-8120-2394. NEWYORK(104) Anthony 10 22 9-14 31 Brewer4-10 3 5 13, Chandler 48 3511, Kidd 23 22 6,Felton3-1125 8,Smith 8-16 3-322,Wallace2-62-2 6,Novak2-6 0-05, Prigioni 0-20-00, Camby 0-02-2z Totals 35-84 26-38 104. Dallas New York

76ers106, Ceitics 100 PHILADELPHIA (106) Wright 4-9 5-5 15, TYoung 7-13 1-1 15, Allen 3-5 0-0 6,Holiday7-16 6-621, Turner9-19 5-725, Hawes47008,lvey2-4246 Nroung490010, Moultrie 0-00-00. Totals40-82 19-23106.

BOSTON (100) Pierce8-16 6-9 24, Sullinger 2-4 0-0 4, Garnett 8-13 3-419,Rondo6-17 2-414,Lee3-50-06,Bass 2-74-48, Green1-52-34, Terry5-71-113, Wilcox 1-1 4-6 6,Barbosa1-10-02. Totals 37-76 22-31 100. Philadelphia Boston

Heat 95, Hawks89 MIAMI (95)

Batjier1-40-02, James10-171-321,Bosh7-13 10-10 24,Chalmers5-10 0-012, Miller1-41-1 4, Allen 6-122-217, Cole3-70-06, Lewi3-60-07, s Hasem1-30-0z Totals 37-7614-16 95.

ATLANTA (89)

Stevenson1-70-0 3,Smith6-191-513, Horford 5-9 0-010, Teague 7-8 4-4 20, Korver4-10 0-00, D.Harris1-32-24, Wiliams0-62-22, Tolliver 2-3005,pachul>a1-30-02 Morrow6-0 3-317,Johnson 1-20-0 zTotals34-81 12-16 89. Miami 25 17 30 23 — 95 Atlanta 25 21 25 18 — 89

Bucks101, Wizards 91 MILWAUKEE (101) Harris24005, llyasova4131-211, Dalembrte 1-3 0-0 2, Jennings5-9 2-2 12,Ellis 8-155-6 22, Dunleavy5-101-213, Sanders4-75-613, Udrih4-7 0-08, Udoh 4-41-1 9, Daniels3-60-06. Totals407815-19 101. WASHINGTO(91) N Ariza 5-114 415, Booker5-71 211, Okafor5-11 1-211, Price4-123-312, Beal7-148-822, Singleton 2-3 2-2 6, Webster0-1 0-0 0, Seraphin1-5 0-0 2, Parg00 60 00,Crawford3-5008, Vesely2-30-14, Martin 0-00-0 0. Totals 34-78 19-22 91. Milwaukee 30 26 19 26 — 101 Washington 28 19 25 19 — 91

Nets107, Magic 68 BROOKLYN (107) Bogans 2-60-05, Humphries3722 8, Lopez5-7 4-7 14, Williams5-82-2 12, Johnson5-11 1-113, Watson4-50-09, Evans1-20-02, Ch> ldress1-40-0

DS

z Blatche5-135-815, stackhouse4-90-011, Taylor 2-41-2 5, Shengelia2-21-3 6, Teletovic2-4 0-05 Totals 41-82 16-25 107. ORLANDO (68) McRoberts1-3 0-0 2, Davis4-13 0-08, Vucevic 5-10 0-010,Moore7-15 0-018, Afflalo 6-120-012, Redick2-40-04, Ayon0-10-20, Nicholson4-42-2 10, Smith1-50-02, Harkless0-10-20, O'Quinn0-2 2-2 zTotals 30-704-8 68. Brooklyn 19 31 25 32 — 107 Orlando 17 19 15 17 — 68

Thunder 105, Pistons 94 DETROIT (94) Prince6-162-216, Maxiel 0-31-21, Monroe615 2 414, Knight410 22 11, Stuckey514 3 315, Jerebko1-40-02,Bynum3-80-06, Drummond8-10 6-9 2z singler3-50-0 7, English0 2Ij 0 0. Totals 36-87 16-22 94. OKLAHOMA CITY(105) Durant9-165525, ibaka9-137-825, Perkins4-7 1-2 9, Westbrook3-10 3-410, Sefolosha2-30-04, Martin 5-144-516, Collison1-1 1-2 3, Maynor5 6 0-0 13,Jackson 0-1 0-00,Jones0-0 0-00. Totals 38-7121-26 105. Detroit 19 23 27 25 — 94 OklahomaCity 18 31 25 31 — 105

Hornets107, Bobcats 99 CHARLO TTE(99) Kidd-Gilchrist 5-91-1 12,Mullens2-9 0-05, Biyombo3-60-26, Walker 5-141-1 11,Taylor 3-50-0 7, TThomas2-82-46,Sessions4-85-613, B.Gordon 14-21 3-4 34,Diop 0-00-0 0, Williams Z-3 0 05 Totals 40-83 12-18 99. NEWORLE ANS(107) Aminu6-92-314, Davis9-185-923, Lopez3-4 0-0 6, Vasquez1-10 2-44, Rivers2-7 0-0 4, Miler 2-4 0-0 6,Anderson1016 0-025, Smith 2 40 04, Roberts7-81-216, Mason1-3 3-35. Totals 43-83 13-21 107. Charlotte 21 28 20 30 — 99 Neworleans 24 3 5 19 29 — 107

Suns 107, Cavaliers105 CLEVELAND (105) Gee5-135-515, Thompson5-8 0-010, Varejao 5-12 4-714, Irving4-98-917, Waiters9-132-2 23, Samuels26347,Gibson7900 19,M>es0700 0, Sloan0-00-00. Totals 37-7722-27105.

PHOENIX (107) Beas ey 4-140-Ij 9, Scola2-61-25, Gortat4-64-5 12, Dragic9-168-1026,Dudley3-41-2 B,Brown813 4-422,Tucker4-70-08, Morris0-94-6 4,Telfair 4-6 3-413.TotaIs 38-81 25-33 107. Cleveland 37 25 21 22 — 105 Phoenix 16 33 27 31 — 107

Lakers 101, Warriors 77 GOLDEN STATE(77) Bames3-80-07, Lee3-104-610,Ezeli2-30-04, Curry 6-164-418, Thompson6-16 0-015, Biedrims 0-0 0-2 0, Landry3-120-2 6, Jefferson 1-6 1-23, Jack 1-4 0 03, Green02 1-2 1, Jenkins1-122 4, Tyler 3-40-0 6,Bazemore0-4 0-00.Totals 29-86 12-20 77.

L.A. LAKERS (101) World Peace3-143 310,Gasol6-182-214, How ard 2-6 2-4 6,Blake2-6 2-2 7, Bryant IO-185-6 27, Morris 37 23 10,Hill 5 5 4614, Meeks3 80 07,

Jamiso n2-71-26,Sacre0-10-00,Johnson-Odom 0-0 0-0 0.Totals 36-90 21-28 101.

Goldenstate LA. Lakers

22 16 17 22 —rr

23 24 25 29 — 101

Spurs 97, Kings86 SANANTO NIO(97) Leonard 374 511, Duncan9 125 623, Blair1-6 2-24, Parker1-53-45, Green 2-72-27, Ginobili 2-8 3-37, Diaw3-5349,Splitter35006, Neal3-800 7, Mills 8-90-018. Totals35-72 22-26 97. SACRAME NTO(86) Johnson 3-6 3 4 9, Thompson7-10 3-4 17, Cousins 4-146-7 14,Thomas3-11 3-4 10, Evans 5-13 2-212, Brooks0-5 0-0 0, Thornton7-171-3 17, Hayes1-6 0-0 2,Garcia1-4 0-0 2, Outlaw0-2 0-00, Fredette1-20-02, Salmons0-11-21.Totals 32-91 19-2686. SanAntonio 24 23 22 28 — 97 Sacramento 27 1 229 18 — 86

lenger in the conference to USC. "I like Jeff Tedford a lot. Continued from D1 "Everybody wants to b e We worked together for a a contenderevery year like long time," said Ducks defenO regon has been the past s i v e o c ordinator Nick Aliotti, f ew years," said Cal quarter- w h o worked with Tedford at b ack Allan Bridgford, who O r e gon before Tedford left i s likely to get the start for fo r Cal after the 2001 season. "I'v e called him and textthe Bears tonight in place o f injured Zach Maynard. e d h im a couple of times " Right now here at Cal, we're t h r o u ghout the season just dealing with adverto, you never want sity. But we have a t o say ' Ho w y o u doing'?', 'You all lot of character on right?', 'Keep your this team and a lot of people will help head up'... but just us get through that. kind of a shout out We're going to these to let him know that last tw o g a mes, NS Xt llP we're out here and work as hard as we Qregpn understand that you can to w i n t h e se Dalifprnia go through tough two and get ready seasons. But I don't for a big offseason When:Today, wish him any luck t o work f o r n e x t this week." year so nothing like 'TV: ESPN The Bears might this ever h appens • Radio: need more than luck KBND-AM again." to compete with the These programs 1 1 10 Ducks. With Maywere not always so n ard u n l i kely t o f ar apart. In fact, when they p l a y ot night because of an inm et in 2009, the Bears were j u r e d left knee, star receiver t he top-10 power looking K e e na n Allen out with his t o compete on the national o w nleft knee injury, starting s tage, while the Ducks were t a c kel Matt Summers-Gavin unranked and trying to find q u e st ionable and the status their way under f irst-year o f a handful of key defensive coach Chip Kelly. players in doubt because of C al had even won the pre- i n j u ries, Cal is far from being vious three meetings but was i n it s best shape. no match that day, losing Br idgford has completed 42-3 in Eugene. The fates of j u st f our of 16 passes in spot the two programs have been d u t y, puttingeven more presa lmost that l opsided ever s u r eon the defense to slow s ince. That started the Ducks K e n j on Barner and a Ducks o n a run during which they o f f e nse that is averaging 54.3 h ave gone 41-5, starting with p o i nst per game. "It 's a lot easier said than that win, riding a fast-break, d ynamic offense to become d o n e," Cal safety Josh Hill a perennial power on the na- s a i d. "If it werethat easy, they tional scene. woul dn't be as good as they "They never stopped, they are. We know it's a challenge j ust kept going," said Cal f o r us as far as the speed. c oach Jeff Tedford, a former O n emistake for us can lead offensive coordinator for the t o sixpoints the other way. A Ducks. "It's a great program. l o t ofdefenses lack that kind T hey invest a lot in their pro- o f speed to match up, so you g ram without a doubt and h a v eto be that much more t hey have recruited extreme- p e r f e ct." ly well, obviously. They've Ca1 is one of j ust t w o b een able to keep it at a high t e a ms to hold Oregon under level.... When Chip came, he 20 po ints the past three seatook it to a new level." sons, with their 15-D loss at T he Bears are just 20-25 h o m etwo years ago markstarting with that 2009 loss, i n g t he lowest output for the h aving missed out on bowls D u c ks in that span. "T hey bring guys from evin 2010 and this year and f alling near the bottom of er y where, their linebackers t he Pac-12 North. That de- a r e extremely physical and s cent has put Tedford's job g e t i nvolved in the run game, s tatus in jeopardy as he has a s well as their safeties," b een unable to duplicate his B a r ner said, evaluating the early success atCal, when Cal d efense. "We're going to h is team was the top chal- h a v eto be on our toes."

Oregon State

that is not injury related — in a pressure-packed environContinued from D1 ment at Stanford Stadium, "Usually, you're in these where the C ardinal h ave positions because your quar- won seven straight and 18 of terback i s p l a ying w e ll," the past 19 games. "It's a difficult thing to be Stanford coach David Shaw said. "But I think both teams in, trying to choose between also have to do what's nec- two good guys and two good essary to help their p layers," Or e g on teams win." S tate coach M i k e Such is the case Riley said. "I think o n The Farm t h is both guys can win week. f or our t eam a n d we're thankful f or Hogan, a strongarmed and fast-footthe situation. But it's

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obviously, that isn't getting to play." Both quar t e rbacks will be tested option p a c kagesnoon in w a y s ne i t her • TV:Fox u ntil r e lieving i n has been so far this consistent s t a r ter • Radio: season. KICE-AM 940, Josh Nunes a f ter Stanford and OrKRCO-AM 690 egon State are the Stanford's first two drives at Colorado two stingiest scorstalled last w e ek. ing defenses in the Hogan shredded the nation's Pac-12, allowing 16.6 points worst defense,passing for and 18.1 points per game, re184 yards and two touch- spectively. The Cardinal also downs and running for 48 lead the nation in rushing yards in t w o q u arters of defense (55.5 yards), in large work to lead the Cardinal (7- part because they also lead 2, 5-1) past Colorado, 48-0. the country in sacks (4.4) Monday, Shaw called Ho- and tackles for loss (9.22) per gan by phone to inform him game. The Beavers, who rank he would be making his first collegiate start against the 10th in the conference with Beavers. He told hi s n ew 1 14.6 yards r ushing, w i l l quarterback to "just keep do- likely have to get something ing what you're doing. Don't going on the ground to ease try and do too much and help the pressure on Vaz and slow the team out," Hogan said. Stanford's relentless rush. "They're a great football "That was pretty much it." T he Beavers boast t h e team. We all know that," Vaz more experienced starting said. "They do a lot of great quarterback — albeit by only things defensively, so it will three games. be a battle and we're going to Vaz had started two games have to be ready for it." for Oregon State (7-1, 5-1) The timing of the quarterwhile starter Sean Mannion back turnover is especially recoveredfrom arthroscopic odd for the home team. knee surgery. Mannion reIt will be the final home turned at W ashington on game of the regular season Oct. 27, throwing four inter- for Stanford in what is usuceptions before Vaz replaced ally a festive atmosphere, no him in a 20-17 loss for the more so than last year when only blemish on the Beavers' the program honored Anrecord. drew Luck and an elite class Vaz overcame a s haky of outgoing seniors. This start to pass for 267 yards year, Shaw said he plans to and three touchdowns in Or- tone down the "Senior Day" egon State's 36-26 home win celebrations before kickoff over Arizona State last week. in an effort to maintain rouNow he will make his fourth tine given the magnitude of start — but just the second the matchup.


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ants at Cincinnati; St. Louis at San Francisco; the New York The Cowboys and Eagles Jets at Seattle; Buffalo at New were going to challenge the Gi- England; Tennessee at Miami; ants for NFC East supremacy. and Detroit at Minnesota. Instead, they face off Sunday On Monday night, it's Kanin what might be dubbed the sas City at Pittsburgh. Flop Bowl: a pair of 3-5 teams The action began Thursday with deep-rooted problems. night with Indianapolis' 27-10 What once was a matchup victory at Jacksonville. The of high-profile teams that of- Colts improved to 6-3, and the fered plenty of excitement and Jaguars dropped to 1-8. Off this week are Green Bay big plays, Cowboys-Eagles now looks like a K e ystone (6-3), Arizona (4-5), Cleveland Cops movie. Or maybe the (2-7) and Washington (3-6). Three Stooges. Atlanta (8-0) at New Orleans It's difficult to tell which of (3-5): Usually, this is a meetMel Evans /The Associated Press these supposed contenders ing of NFC South titans, but Philadelphia Eagles quarterhas been more inept. Philadel- the Saints have not done their back Michael Vlck. phia has scored a meager 133 part. Still, they come off their points, but Dallas isn't much best performance in a 28-13 better with 150. The Eagles victory o v e r P h i l adelphia, "He's long. He's tall," said displayed their weakness at their third win in four games. Bears offensive coordinator tackling in last Monday's de- And they surely will be stoked Mike Tice, whose son went bacle at New Orleans, and the to play the runaway division to school with Watt. "When he feels he can't get clean on Cowboys have had similar fun- l eaders, especially with t h e damental problems all year. Falcons being undefeated. the pass rush he stops and he "For the players, it feels like times it and he jumps up. He's Bothteams are turnover machines, too. Michael Vick can't every time we play the Falcons a great athlete. He's playing hold onto the ball, but neither it's such a big game, whether it with a lot of confidence and can Dallas' receivers. Vick be our standings or the mean- tremendous burst and I could and the Eagles have 19 give- ing of the game (or) just the go down the list over and over aways, including an absurd fact that we're divisional opabout the things he does well." 10 fumbles. The Cowboys also ponents," Saints quarterback Denver (5-3) at Carolina (2-6): have turned it over 19 times, Drew Brees said. "We always Peyton Manning is closing in with Tony Romo leading the know it's going to be a 16on more milestones, and curNFL with 13 interceptions. round bout. But, I think it's rent coach John Fox would "Right now, there are a few kind of obvious that there's an be a very willing recipient of things we need to take care of," extreme competitiveness on Manning's latest achievements said Eagles coach Andy Reid, both sides knowing what type against the team that fired him after the 2010 season. who has never been more of game this will be." criticized in his previous 13 Eight teams have gone 9With two touchdown passes seasons. "You focus in on the 0 since 2002. Four went on to at Carolina, Manning would job at hand. You don't get past play in the Super Bowl and pass Dan Marino for the second-most touchdown passes that. You don't start going past two (2006 Indianapolis and in NFL history; Marino had and thinking about records, 2009 New Orleans) won it. Houston (7-1) atChicago (7-1): 420. Brett Favre holds the refutures, and all those things. "There is no time to think The best game on the docket, cord with 508. And with a win, Manning about those things and the one that already is part of the guys are worrying about get- TV hyperbole machine: "Su- will tie Marino with 147 career ting themselves better to win per Bowl Preview!" regular-season victories, trailWhile both the Texans and ing only John Elway (148) and football games. That's number one. That's where I sit." Bears have been formidable Favre (186). The arrows are flying at on defense and p r oductive The Panthers have fallen Romo and the rest of the Cow- on offense, it's a reach to pro- apart since Fox left, going 8claim either of these clubs a boys just as regularly. 16 under Ron Rivera, but Fox "There have been too many championship favorite halfdraws no pleasure from that. different things," said tight way through th e s chedule. "I have a lot of great relationend Jason Witten, one of the However, the winner Sunday ships there," Fox said. "It was few Cowboys with consistent night will be in excellent shape the place that gave me my first performances this season. for home-field advantage for a opportunity as a head coach, so "(Teams) that are good in this playoff game. I'll always be indebted for that. league are consistent. That's Chicago has built this verI still own a home there. Some not what we've been. Each sion of the Monsters of the of my sons live that way, so it week it's different, and you've Midway around ball-hawkers will be good to be back but it's got to eliminate it and get it such as cornerback Charles the NFL and this game's only fixed. Tillman and linebacker Lance fun when you're winning." " The results have got t o Briggs, each with two TDs. San Diego (4-4) at TampaBay come. They've got to come In all, the Bears have scored (4-4): Vincent Jackson is havsoon." seven times on interceptions, ing a terrific first season with the Buccaneers, and now he Also Sunday, unbeaten At- once on a fumble return. lanta heads to archrival New But they also struggle to gets to show how good he is Orleans; Houston is at Chiprotect QB Jay Cutler, and playing against the team that let him walk as a free agent afcago; Denver at Carolina; San Houston has 24 sacks, led by Diego atTampa Bay; Oakland J.J. Watt with 10'/~ to top the ter several contract hassles. at Baltimore; the New York Gi- NFL. Jackson has 31 catches for

Pittsburgh has begun playing like the Steelers we expect,

year, saying he didn't think S anchez was ready for t h e using a power running game, NFL. But Sanchez left — and stingy defense and timely spe- led the Jets to the AFC title cial teams. Most impressive game in his first two seasons might be the depth at running after being selected in the first back, where Isaac Redman round of the 2009 draft. and Jonathan Dwyer h ave Player and coach remain 100-yard games — and they close. Buffalo (3-5) at New England are the backups to Rashard Mendenhall. (5-3): The final of the four teams

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. 710 yards and six touchdowns, but most eye-opening is his

22.9-yard average per reception — g ame-breaker territory. No one in the league with as many as 20 catches comes close. "Vincent is a great talent with his size and speed. He also has great hands and the ability to catch the ball in traf-

cinnati (3-5): The Giants' offense has gone into something of a funk and Eli Manning has been off his game the past two weeks. With receiver Hakeem Nicks hobbled, that doesn't help the equation for New York, which was outplayed and overpowered at home last Sunday by the Steelers, even though the score was only 24-20. Without Nicks, star s l ot receiver Victor Cruz is seeing double and even triple

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"We're still able to find our spots and find our areas where I can get the ball and be effective," he said. "But I have to work through a lot more traffic and make things happen," fic to get there." C incinnati has been r u n quarterback Josh F r eeman said. "Vincent'sbeen tremen- over by traffic, dropping four dous. He complements Mike straight. Williams and vice versa. HavSt. Louis (3-5) at San Francisco (6-2): Both teams come ing those two allows you to do a lot of things with your off byes, with the Rams playoffense. ing their worst game of the "Off the field the guy is a season in their "home" contest leader and a hard worker." against New England in LonOakland (3-5) at Baltimore don. They have lost seven of the past eight in this series. (6-2): The Ravens have won six of the seven meetings and San Francisco has an 11three in a row. Oakland comes game home winning streak in limping, particularly at run- against the NFC West. "They're well-coached," ning back with both Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. dealing with sprained right "The special teams units are ankles. very productive. Their statisBaltimore, which has won tics reflect that they're very 14 consecutive home games, productive on both sides of has two players in reach of the ball. They tackle welL One milestones. Ray Rice needs I thing about this team is they yard rushing to reach 5,000 for don't make many mistakes." his career. Receiver Anquan Indeed, the Niners have just Boldin needs 32 yards to reach nine giveaways, and only Tom 10,000from scrimmage forhis Brady has thrown fewer incareer. terceptions than Alex Smith's An i n t eresting s i delight: five. New York Jets (3-5) at Seattle Oakland rookie offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom will be (5-4): The Jets also are coming playing against his brother-in- off a bye during which they tried to fix, well, everything. law, Ravens LB Paul Kruger. Kansas City (1-7) at Pitts- In their last outing, they were burgh (5-3), Monday night: awful o n o f f ense, defense and special teams in a loss to ESPN might be looking for some college hoops to put in Miami. the prime-time slot. Of special i n terest h ere The Chiefs have been awful is the relationship between in nearly every phase except Seahawks coach Pete Carroll running the ball. Most notable and Jets QB Mark Sanchez. is their turnover woes: a ludi- When both were at Southern crous 29 giveaways, and a mi- California, Carroll urged Sannus-20 differential. chez to return for his senior

week, the Patriots have to love the Bills being their first opponent. New England has won 17 of the past 18 against the Bills and scored a season-high 52 points in its win at Buffalo on Sept. 30, with touchdowns on six straight second-half possessions. Buffalo ranks 31st in defense, while the Patriots are No. 1 with 32.8 points and

440.8 yards per game. Brady is 19-2 against the Bills with 49 TD passes.

Tennessee(3-6) at Miami(4-4): Titans owner Bud Adams put everyone on alert for their jobs after last week's fiasco against Chicago. Most pressing is finding someone — anyone — who can play some defense. Tennesseehas allowed 308 points, historically bad numbers, and ranks 30th in overall D. Jake Locker will return at quarterback for th e T i tans, barring a setback to his left, n on-throwing shoulder. H e missed five games. Miami hasn't allowed a 100yard rusher in 22 consecutive games, but Chris Johnson has run for more than 100 yards both times he has faced the Dolphins.

Detroit (4-4) at Minnesota (54): Teams headed in opposite d irections: M i n nesota h a s lost two in a row and three of four as the passing game has disappeared. The Vikings must keep finding ways to get wideout Percy Harvin involved even as QB Christian Ponder struggles. At l e ast they have the league's top rusher, Adrian Peterson, to be a focal point. Lately, the Lions have displayed o f f ensive b a l ance, getting strong performances from someone other than Calvin Johnson. Second-year pros RB Mikel Leshoure and WR Titus Young have been especially effective, and Leshoure became the franchise's first player since 1934 to run for three touchdowns in a half in last week's 31-14 win at Jacksonville. He has run for 375 yards in six games since being suspended for the first two weeks of the season.

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1994 Chev full size van, seats 7, sleeps 2. Su541-548-5216 Ford T-Bird 1966 per condition, 128K, [ *5 lines of text and ~ 925 famous 350 m otor, 390 engine, power a photo or up to 10 runs 8 looks like a milUtility Trailers everything, new J lines with no photo. Gulfstream Sc e nic lion! Ready for fun 8 paint, 54K original *Free online ad at Cruiser 36 ft. 1999, travel. Limit 1! $4000. Porsche 911 1974, low miles, runs great, I bendbulletin.com Cummins 330 hp dieomfort 25' 2 0 06, 1 Bob, 541-318-9999 excellent cond. in & mi., complete motor/ sel, 42K, 1 owner, 13 slide,Bunkhouse style, K *Free pick up into AC, TV, awning. out. Asking $8,500. trans. rebuild, tuned ~ The Central Oregon ~ in. kitchen slide out, sleeps 7-8, excellent slide, NEW: tires, converter, condition, $ 1 6 ,900, Big Tex Lsndscapsuspension, int. & ext. 541-480-3179 new tires,under cover, f Nickel ads. batteries. Hardly used. ing/ ATV Trailer, Automobiles • refurb., oi l c o oling, hwy. miles only,4 door 541-390-2504 GMC Yukon Denali $15,500. 541-923-2595 dual axle flatbed, shows new in & out, iceI Rates start at $46. I fridge/freezer 2003, leather, moon7'x16', 7000 lb. Buick Lucerne CXL perf. m ech. c o n d. maker, W/D combo, roof, premium wheels, [ Call for details! 2009, $12,500, low Much more! GVW, all steel, Interbath t ub & 3rd row. Very nice. 54 I -385-5809 $28,000 541-420-2715 $1400. low miles; 2000 Buick shower, 50 amp proVin ¹128449. 541-382-4115, or Century $2900. You'll PORSCHE 914 1974, pane gen & m o re! Was $15,999. not find nicer Buicks 541-280-7024. $55,000. Roller (no engine), Now $13,799. One look's worth a 541-948-2310 GMC Vi ton 1971, Only lowered, full roll cage, Sprinter 272RLS, 2009 MONTANA 3585 2008, thousand words. Call S UB A R U . 931 $1 9,700! Original low 5-pt harnesses, rac29', weatherized, like Bob, 541-318-9999. GENERATE SOME exexc. cond., 3 slides, mile, exceptional, 3rd 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend n ew, f u rnished & Automotive Parts, for an appt. and take a ing seats, 911 dash & citement in your neigking bed, Irg LR, Arcowner. 951-699-7171 instruments, d ecent ready to go, incl Wine877-266-3821 drive in a 30 mpg. car borhood. Plan a gatic insulation, all op- Service & Accessories shape, v e r y c o ol! ard S a t ellite dish, rage sale and don't Hunter's Delight! Packtions $37,500. Dlr ¹0354 $1699. 541-678-3249 26,995. 541-420-9964 forget to advertise in age deal! 1988 Win541-420-3250 (4) 185/70R-14 studded GMC Yukon XL 1500 Cadillac Seville STS nebago Super Chief, classified! 385-5809. tires on wheels, used, 2003 just finished NuWs 297LK H i tch- $ 120 3 8K m i l es , gr e a t M o n terrey 2007, l e a ther, 4 ob o . Jerr y Mercury Toyota Carrr's: engine work Hiker 2007,3 slides, 541-382-0956 shape; 1988 Bronco II 1965, Exc. All original, bucket seats, 3rd row $4900 1984, $1200 obo; by Certified GM me32' touring coach, left Serving Central Oregon since 1903 seat, moonroof. 4 x4 t o t o w , 1 3 0 K 4-dr. sedan, in storsnow chanic. Has every1985 SOLD; kitchen, rear lounge, 4-205/50R17 Vin ¹305958. mostly towed miles, age last 15 yrs., 390 thing but navigation. extras, beautiful tires, good tread, $25 High 1986 parts car, Was $29,999. nice rig! $15,000 both. Weekend yyarrfor Toy many C o m pression Used out-drive c ond. inside 8 o u t , ea. obo 541-593-1101 engine, new tires 8 liToo many bells and Now $26,888. $500. 541-382-3964, Ieave Hauler 28' 2007,Gen, parts - Mercury whistles to l i st. OBO, PrinevCall for details, msg. fuel station, exc cond. $34,499 c ense, r educed t o (4) Snow tires, 3 mo. S UB A R U . OMC rebuilt ma541-447-5502 days bought a new one. sleeps 8, black/gray ille. old, P19 5 - 65R15, $2850, 541-410-3425. 541-548-6592 rine motors: 151 & 541-447-1641 eves. 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend $4900 i nterior, u se d 3X , $270. 541-410-0206 $1595; 3.0 $1895; 541-420-1283 877-266-3821 $24,999. 4.3 (1993), $1995. Good classified ads tell 4 studded tires, Dlr ¹0354 541-389-9188 541-389-0435 225/75R-15, $150 the essential facts in an Honda CRV 2005, obo. 541-382-3456 interesting Manner. Write CHECK YOUR AD Looking for your 4WD, moonroof, alloy Please check your ad from the readers view - not next employee? 4 studded tires on rims The Bulletin's Jayco Seneca 2007, wheels, very clean. the seller's. Convert the on the first day it runs Place a Bulletin help P ilgrim 27', 2007 5 t h for Toyota Camry, used Plymouth "Call A Service 17K mi., 35ft., Chevy B a r racuda Vin ¹027942. to make sure it is cor- facts into benefits. Show 1 y ear, $ 3 50. C a ll wanted ad today and 5500 d i e s el , toy Was $12,799. Professional" Directory wheel, 1 s lide, AC, 541-593-2134 1966, original car! 300 rect. Sometimes in- the reader how the item will hauler $13 0 ,000. reach over 60,000 hp, 360 V8, centerNow $10,988 TV,full awning, excelis all about meeting s tructions over t h e help them in someway. readers each week. 541-389-2636. Cooper winter studded lines, (Original 273 lent shape, $23,900. phone are misunderyourneeds. This Your classified ad 215/60/1 6 t i re s + S UB A R U . 541-350-8629 eng 8 wheels incl.) stood and a n e r ror will also appear on advertising tip chains $150. Toyo all 541-593-2597 Call on one of the 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend can occur in your ad. bendbulletin.com brought to you by season 205 / 60/1 6 If this happens to your professionals today! 877-266-3821 which currently retires $125. Low mile- PROJECT CARS: Chevy ad, please contact us The Bulletin Dlr ¹0354 ceives over 1.5 mil2-dr FB 1949 & Chevy age. 541-330-8285. 59rlmg CBCUBIOregan 9OCB 99N the first day your ad lion page views evCoupe 1950 - rolling Honda CRV EXL, 2012 Honda Civic wheels, 4 appears and we will ery month at no chassis's $1750 ea., I Wat e rcraft h ole. S et $100 . Chevy 4-dr 1949, com- Black, just 10K miles! be happy to fix it as extra cost. Bulletin Immaculate! ¹022946 $29,995 Pilgrim In t e rnational 541-410-2503. s oon as w e c a n . Classifieds Get Replete car, $1949; CaBeaver Coach Marquis 2005, 36' 5th Wheel, Deadlines are: Week2007 SeaDoo sults! Call 385-5809 dillac Series 61 1950, 2 40' 1987. New cover, NEED HOLIDAY $$$? Model¹M-349 RLDS-5 days 12:00 noon for dr. hard top, complete 2004 Waverunner, new paint (2004), new or place your ad We pay CASH for Fall price $ 2 1,865. next day, Sat. 11:00 w/spare front c l ip., excellent condition, on-line at Oregon inverter (2007). Onan Junk Cars & Trucks! 541-312-4466 $3950, 541-382-7391 a.m. for Sunday; Sat. Toyota Camry SE, 2002, LOW hours. Double 6300 watt gen, 111K mi, bendbulletin.com AufoSource Also buying batteries 8 12:00 for Monday. If 56,200 miles, moonroof, trailer, lots of extras. parked covered $35,000 541-598-3750 catalytic converters. DOM'TMISSTHIS aaaoregonautosource.com we can assist you, spoiler, $11,900; incl 4 obo. 541-419-9859 or $10,000 Serving all of C.O.! studless snows on Toy541-280-2014 please call us: 541-719-8444 Call 541-408-1090 ota whls. 541-388-1112 Hummer H2 2003, auto, 541-385-5809 VW Karman Ghia Studded Hankook (4) 4X4, premium wheels, The Bulletin Classified Toyota Corolla 2004, U 1970, good cond., 28' HR Alumascape Ads published in Wa3rd seat, leather, grill P225/75R15, no r ims, new upholstery and tercraft" include: Kay1998 with slider, very C r u iser auto., loaded, orig. guard, lots of extras. Chrysler P T Prowler AX6 Ex- $200 firm. 541-480-0164 convertible top. owner, non smoker, aks, rafts and motornice, clean. $6500. Regal V in ¹ 1 13566. W a s 2 006, auto, pw, p l , treme Edition 38' '05, Studded snow tires on $10,000. exc. cond. $7000 firm Ized Bend, 206-915-1412. personal Now crus, tilt, tinted win- Pnneville 4 slides,2 fireplaces, all 5-lug whls, 205/65R15, 541-389-2636 $20,999. 503-358-8241 watercrafts. For dows, Vin ¹ 2 24778. maple cabs, king bed/ $16,988. $100. 541-388-1899 aft 5 "boats" please see Monaco Dynasty 2004, W as $ 7,999. N o w bdrm separated w/slide loaded, 3 slides, dieS UB A R U . Class 870. $5,999. Garage Sales glass dr,loaded,always FIND IT! sel, Reduced - now 541-385-5809 garaged,lived in only 3 BIIT IT' 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend 4g®SUBARU. $119,000, 5 4 1-923Garage Sales mo,brand new $54,000, 877-266-3821 8572 or 541-749-0037 SELL IT! still like new, $28,500, Dlr ¹0354 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend Garage Sales will deliver,see rvt.com, The Bulletin Classifieds Carri-Lite Luxury 2009 877-266-3821 by Carriage, 4 slidead¹4957646 for pics. Studded tire, mounted, VW Thing 1974, good J eep L i berty 2 0 0 7 , Dlr ¹0354 Find them Cory, 541-580-7334 outs, inverter, satel5 bolt, P235/75R15 off cond. Extremely Rare! Nav., 4x4, l e ather, Motorhomes lite sys, fireplace, 2 in loaded. Moonroof. Chevy 1/2 ton Pickup. Only built in 1973 & flat screen TVs. Vin ¹646827. L ike N e w , $3 5 0 . 1974. $8,000. The Bulletin I Canopies & Campers $60,000. 541-593-2247 Was $16,999. 541-389-2636 Southwind 35.5' Triton 541-480-3923 Classifieds Now $13,488. cCU Elkhorn 8.5' 2003, self Studded tires, BF Goo2008,V10, 2 slides, Du 933 CHECK YOUR AD contained, oven, ste- drich © ) S U BA R U . pont UV coat, 7500 mi P2 1 5 /70R14, 541-385-5809 Pickups Bought new at r eo, v e r y cle a n. $175. 541-497-3858 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend Chrysler Sebring2006 $132,913; $8500. 541-389-7234 Fully loaded, exc.cond, Toyotas: 1999 Avalon 877-266-3821 Studded t ires. E u ro- Chevy y2-ton 1992, PS, Country Coach Intrigue asking $93,500. very low miles (38k), 254k; 1996 Camry, winter, 1 8 5 / 70R14,PB, AT, new plates, runs Dlr ¹0354 2002, 40' Tag axle. Call 541-419-4212 Need to get an always garaged, 98k, 4 cyl. Lots of $150. 541-497-3858 400hp Cummins Diegrt, $1500. 541-923-4338 transferable warranty miles left in these ad in ASAP? The Bulletin sel. tw o s l ide-outs. Winter Tires 4 Bridgeincl. $8600 cars. Price? You tell Please check your ad You can place it 4 1,000 miles, n e w To Subscribe call s tone 2 2 5/55 R 1 6 on the first day it runs 541-330-4087 me! I d guess tires & batteries. Most 541-385-5800 or go to online at: 95W on alloy rims, $2000-$4000. to make sure it is coroptions. $95,000 OBO Your servant, Bob at www.bendbulletin.com rect. Sometimes in~ www.bendbulletin.com like new, tire pres541-678-5712 Ford Crown Vlc. sure monitors incl. 541-318-9999, no structions over theg 881 (Retail@$1900) $650. Jeep Willys 1947,custom, 1997 4 door, 127k, charge for looking. phone are mis541-385-5809 In Bend 619-889-5422 Ford 250 XLT 1990, small block Chevy, PS, d rives, runs a n d Travel Trailers understood and an error VW Beetle, 2002 OD, mags+trailer. Swap looks great, extra can occur in your ad. 6 yd. dump bed, 932 set of winter tires on 5-spd, silver-gray, black for backhoe.No am calls If this happens to your 139k, Auto, $5500. rims, only $3000. Antique & leather, moonroof, CD, ad, please contact us 541-410-9997 please. 541-389-6990 541-771-6500. loaded, 115K miles, the first day your ad Classic Autos 00 • I Jeep Wrangler X 2008, well-maintained appears and we will Econoline RV 19 8 9, Ford F250 2002 (have records) unlimited, 4 dr., runfully loaded, exc. cond, be happy to fix it Supercab 7.3 diesel, extremely clean, ning boards, premium 908'IMISS IHIS 35K m i. , R e duced as soon as we can. 130,000 miles, great $4850 obo. wheels, hard top, very $17,950. 541-546-6133 Pioneer Spirit 18CK, If we can assist you 541-546-6920 shape with accessoclean. Vin ¹ 5 72535. 2007, used only 4x, AC, please call us: 1921 Model T Ford Crown V i ctoria ries. $14,900. electric tongue j ack, Was $25,999. Now 541-385-5809 • • I Delivery Truck 1995, LX sedan, 4 dr., WHEN YOU SEE THIS 541-923-0231 day or $8995. 541-389-7669 $22,999. The Bulletin Classified V8, o r ig . ow n e r, Restored 8 Runs 541-923-2582 eves. ~OO ROUADigorgio 1971 70,300 mi., studs on, © ) S U BA R U . $9000. Aircraft, Parts Meet singles right now! fridge, heater, propane USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! reat condition. 541-389-8963 No paid o perators, 8 elec. Iights, awning, 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend & Service 3000. 541-549-0058. On a classified ad 877-266-3821 just real people like 2 spares, extra insu- Door-to-door selling with go to Dlr ¹0354 you. Browse greet- lation for late season fast results! It's the easiest Ford F250 XLT 4x4 Find It in www.bendbulletin.com ings, exchange mes- hunting/cold weather way in the world to sell. L ariat, 1990, r e d, to view additional sages and connect camping, well maint, The Bulletin Class!f!sds! 80K original miles, photos of the item. rvrrer live. Try it free. Call very roomy, sleeps 5, The Bulletin Classified 541-385-5809 4" lift with 39's, well reat f o r hu n t ing, now: 8 7 7-955-5505. maintained, $4000 541-385-5809 Bl )2950, 541-410-6561 (PNDC) Looking for your Honda Civic LX 2006 obo. 541-419-5495 Chevy C-20 Pickup 1/3 interest in Columnext employee? 4-dr sedan, excellent bia 400, located at 1969, all orig. Turbo 44; Lincoln Navigator 2005 cond, 31K miles, AC, Place a Bulletin help Sunriver. $ 1 38,500. auto 4-spd, 396, model ad today and CST /al! options, orig. great cond., 124k mi., power steering, dr locks wanted Call 541-647-3718 reach over 60,000 owner, $22,000, 3 rows seats, DVD 8 w indows, premium each week. 541-923-6049 player, $11,500 cash wheels, new s tudded readers Your classified ad tires, chains, AM/FM-CD, only. 541-475-3274 - ~ N a s• all records from 2009, will also appear on Call 54I 385 5809io promoteyour service Advertisefor 28 daysstarting at 'Ifo Irb9special packagei9Bot aRRiable99curweiRiteI 24-40 mpg, $13,000/ofr. ~Oo bendbulletin.com Ford Ranger 1999, 4x4, which currently reMorePixat Bendbulletincom Local: 503-806-9564 7 1K, X- c ab , X L T, ceives over 1.5 milauto, 4 . 0L, $ 8 4 00N issan Armada S E Hyundai Sonata 2012, 1 /3 interest i n w e l llion page views Building/Contracting H o me Improvement L sndscsplng/Ysrd Careequipped IFR Beech BoOBO. 541-388-0232 2 007, 4 W D , a u t o , Sedan, 4 d r., auto, every month at l eather, D VD , C D . CD, bluetooth, pw, pl, nanza A36, new 10-550/ Chevy Wagon 1957, no extra cost. BulleNOTICE: Oregon state Kelly Kerfoot Const. N OTICE: ORE G O N prop, located KBDN. 4-dr., complete, V in¹700432. Was crus, tilt, low mi. Must tin Classifieds law req u ires any- 28 yrs exp in Central OR! Landscape Contrac- $65,000. 541-419-9510 $7,000 OBO, trades $16, 99 9 . Now See! Vi n ¹ 3 2 2715. Get Results! Call one who c o n tractsQuality 8 honesty, from tors Law (ORS 671) please call $14,788. Was $19,999. Now 385-5809 or place I nternational Fla t for construction work carpentry & handyman r equires a l l bu s i - Executive Hangar 541-389-6998 $17,988. your ad on-line at Bed Pickup 1963, 1 S UB A R U . at Bend Airport to be licensed with the jobs, to expert wall cov- nesses that advertise bendbulletin.com Chrysler 300 C o upe ton dually, 4 s pd. (KBDN) 'g@ SUBARU. 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H aving been i n b u s i ness on t h e c o r n er o f Wall an d O r egon i n D o w n t ow n B e n d for 23 years, the owners of SportsVision relocated to it s ne w h o m e u p t h e s t r eet at the corner of Bond and Oregon. A sixweek remodel included the installation of transom w i n d ows to b r i g hten the space. Stairs to an upper-level office space were relocated to accomodate a food cart. Two office spaces were also remodeled and leased on the property.

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6 • Building Futures COCC Madras: Madras Campus, COCC Board of Directors Funded by a 2009 voter-approved Central Oregon Community College (COCC) bond measure, in addition to Federal funds from t he Department o f H o u s in g an d U r b a n D evelopment a s w e l l a s t h e d o n a t i o n o f land f r o m t h e B e a n F o u ndation, t h e M adras E d u cation C e n te r n o w s e r v e s s tudents and c o m m u n it y m e m b ers w h o w ould have ot herw ise been r e quired t o commute to Bend and Redmond on a daily basis. Twenty-two credit classes are being offered this year in addition to basic skills classes. Th e O r e g o n S t a t e U n i v e r sity Extension Service has offices on campus as well.

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Prime Development Land ~ $1,250,000

15631 SW Mecate Lane ~ $1,545,000 • Brasada Ranch • 5400 SF onflat.75 acre! • 5 fireplaces! • Green built, efficient solar system • Finely crafted Gary Norman built

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•4 bdrms/6baths,5750 sq.ft. • Separate guest house/ office, five fireplaces & wine cellar and hot tub

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

Tetherow - High Desert Casualf $986,900

Broken Top Classic ( $945,000

1451 NW Remarkable Dr. ~ $945,000

•5 bedroom, 4baths,5116sq.ft. i 9+>y Kandall Court

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• 3657sq.ft.,3 bed/3.5 bath • Earth Advantage home • Quality throughout • Optional bonus or guest room • To be built by Bend Trend Homes • Golf membership included MLS ¹201104447

• Huge Cascade Views • Magnificent greatroomw/sliding window paneldoors, dry-stack rock fireplace • Gourmet kitchen w/SS appliances • Master bedroom Ikoffice/2nd bdrm on mainfloor • Media/bonusrm,wine cel ar • 4 bds, 4 baths,4200SF,0.46 acres MLS¹201206396

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New Tetherow Home ( $699,500

Absolutely Stunning Setting ~ $579,900

Contemporary City Living ( $820,000

NW Contemporary w/Mountain ViewsinTetherow /$749,000 •Brandnew singelevel3bdm,3.5 baths, currently underconstruction • Seamlessintegration of indoor and outdoorspace, openfloor plan • Private courtyard and covered back patio w/mountain views • Energy efficient Earth Advantage • A flex room &study allow for maximum versatility

• 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 3200 SF r~::,r - • Immaculate interior • No H.O.A/s • Heated parking • Cascade Mountainviews • Walk to Old Mill/Downtown MLS¹201207761

• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 3088 sq. ft. • 2.47 acres, 1 acre irrigation

• December2012completion • 3 bed, bonus,loft, 3-car garage • Main level living & mastersuite • Three outdoor terracesand indoor/outdoor living • Large lot (16,915 sq. ft.j • Full golf membership MLS¹201206848

• Located right in heart of Bend!

•Tastefully updated • Incredible landscapefront & back • Master on the main floor

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2910 NW Underhill Place / $549,000

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63235 Peterman Lane ( $539,900

River Front Property ~ $530,000

• Contemporary home in Awbrey

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• 4-car garage+ shop area • Quality open great room

• Oversized 5-car garage • Stunning kitchen, stainless, granite, Europeancabinetry • Motivated seller MLS¹ 201208424

• 2.1 acres, w/1 acre irrig.

• River front property • Mountain views • 5 bedrooms, 3 baths • 2985 square feet • Upgraded home • Incredible outdoor living • RV parking MLS ¹201204920

• Property is fully fenced • Master on the main floor • Quality & pride of ownership! MLS¹ 201208385

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Tripleknot ( From the Low $500,000s

Private Setting in Woodside Ranch( $499,000

• Located on the Tetherow Golf Course • One and two-story

• 2.33 acres • 3-Car attachedgarage+ 5-Car detachedshop • 5bdrms,3full baths,3093SF • Chef's kitchenw/granite countertops • Formalliving room&dining room • Large back deckw/gas BBQline MLS¹201208598

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• Elegant & energy efficient • Panoramic view of Cascade Mountains

Hosted by Melanie Maitre, Brokerl 541-480-4186 Judy McCombs &Shelly Swanson, Brokersl 888-274-2317

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Acreage Close To Town ( $495,000

1700 NW lowa ) $495,000

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Delightful Single Levelin Fall Creek f $410,000

PointsWest ( From the Low $400,000s

17940 Parkway Lane ( $399,000

• In desirable Broken Top community • Great roomliving • Luxury mastersuite • Peaceful setting w/pond & waterfall • Bend's premiegated r golf community

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Rivers Edge - Golf View ( $369,000!

61283 Mount Vista Dr. ) $299,000

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• Pool, hot tub, tennis courts, bikes

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NW Crossing/ 2532 NW Shields Dr. / $398,000

Call Joanne McKee, Brokerl 541-480-5159

• Stay & play in this lovely 2 bed/ 2 bath condo or rent it out • Gorgeous river & canyon views from pri vate deckw/hottub • Units can be rented separately or combined

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

• Permitted GP Building w/living quarter/loft • Bath, laundry area, septic, well l?< pumphouse • RV hookups inside & out, 100 amp breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend ' Build your dream home while you live in loft area or your RV MLS¹201105898

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• Golf & Sociamemb l ershipsavailable • 2bed+ den, 2bath, 1887SF MLS¹201208607

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• West Hills contemporary home

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

• Brand new construction in Rivers Edge

• 2126 square feet

• Desirablefloor planw/main level master andguestsuite • Open greatroomw/exposedbeams, hand texturedwals&gourmetkitchen • Near rivertrai & acrossfrom Rivers EdgeGolfCourse • Exceptionaopportunity &valueon Bend'sWestside MLS¹201208404

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6 Puma ) Sunriver ( $287,500

Sunriver Cabin in the Tree Tops ~ $279,000 • Great room floor plan

• 4 bedroom, 2 bath ' v • 1481 SF • New carpet/furnace • Trex decking, metal roof • Large garage, hot tub • Close to SHARC MLS¹201205128

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"Leave It To Beaver" ~ $265,000

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7 Flat Top Lane ( Sunriver ~ $244,000

On the Hillside in SW Redmond) $220,000

• 3 bdrm, 2 bath (1342 SF) • Floor to ceiling lava rock fireplace • Attached garage

•3 Bd,2 Ba,quaitycustom home • Gorgeous NEVIEW! • Flooded w/natural light • Beautiful kitchen w/SS appliances and big pantry • Spacious masterw/big closet • Trex deck, large 2-cargarage w/shop area &huge spaceunder the housefor??? MLS¹201208354

• Colonial style in sunny SE Bend • 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2238 SF • Quality upgrades • Great deck & fenced backyard • End of cul-de-sac • Backs to Larkspur Trail & Park MLS¹201206413

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New Construction( SW Redmond ( $187,950

Southwestern Style in Prineville( $144,900

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Seventh Mountain Resort ( $28,000

• 3 bed/2 bath single leve, 1696SF • Gas fireplacew/juniper log mantel • Wood wrapped windows &doors • Office areaw/built-ins • Quiet, established neighborhood • To be completedby11/30/I 2 • Large fencedyard MLS¹201205205

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1 6261 Pine D r o p ¹2300 Christmas Tree West Powell Butte Es- 12-peak huge Cascade 9.33 acres in P owell D ESCHUTES R I V E R Incredible, large, qualN icely c l e ared 8 - $10,000. Comm. Iot t ates. $ 4 79,000. 6 views from this gorButte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 FRONTAGE wit h ity home. 16 a cres fenced acre. $35,000 across from golf crse. bdrm, 3.5 bath home geous Crooked River b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , easy access! 5234 sq. with 10 acres of irriHigh Lakes Realty & High Lakes Realty & o n 2 0 a c re s w i t h Ranch home w/ knotty 3-car garage, barn, f t., 4 b ed, 3 + b a t h gation. 4925 sq.ft, 5 Property Ma n age- Property M a n age- shop, 2 master suites, pine ceilings and sun- shop, with RV door. Ir- home located on 10 bdrms, 3.5 baths with ment 541-536-0117 ment 541-536-0117 4-car garage, water s plashed room s . rigated. $35 9 ,000 acres. Cook's dream country kitchen, great feature, gated comPlenty of room with MLS ¹ 20 1 2037129 k itchen, 2 mas t e r r oom a n d mor e . 14738 Birds Eye - Acre munity. MLS¹ 4.98 acres. $249,000 Pam Lester, Principal suites, 3-car garage Paved drive, shop/ 756 with power & water. 201207133 Pam MLS¹201206906 B roker, Century 2 1 AND detached g abarn w i t h ra d iate $45,000. High Lakes Jefferson County Homes Lester, Principal Bro- Gail Day 541-306-1018 Gold Country Realty, rage/shop with l oft. h eated f l oors a n d Realty 8 Pro p erty ker, Century 21 Gold Central Oregon Realty Inc. 541-504-1338 MLS¹ 20 12 0 3050 bath. A MUST SEE! Management 246 JeffersonSt, Me- Country Realty, Inc. Group, LLC MLS¹ 2010 0 7690 $1,495,000 DESERT 541-536-0117 tolius. Exc. i n vest- 541-504-1338 VALLEY REA L T Y, $649,000. D E SERT Casa Mariposa j ment or first home. 14198 SW Nine Peaks ¹201207907 541-923-1376 VALLEY RE A L TY, $3,990,000 1 6623 Dillon W a y Home has good rental - Mtn views from 541-923-1376 John L. Scott Real EsMagnificent prairie Alps Ct., LaPine, tPl $23,000. Light indus- history. Located close 53089 his 1960 sq. ft., 3 tate 541-548-1712 s tyle 8 6 7 6 sq. f t . Take care of trial l ot s a v a ilable. to the school. Owner $239,900. 3 bdrm, 2.5 bedroom, 2 It's A Lifestyle j bath home. 6 be d room bath, 1.13 acres. AdSingle level on 1 acre, 3 High Lakes Realty 8 will c arry c o ntract. joins home on 1.16 acre. suites. Mt. Bachelor to your investments $824,000 N a t' I F o r est bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 Property Ma n age- $49,900. MLS Land. High Lakes Re- U pdated wit h n e w Mt. Jefferson views. Timber framed consq.ft., master separament 541-536-0117 201205682 J u n iper alty & Property Mana- carpet & vinyl flooring 4000 s q.ft. C a sita/ with the help from at s truction using 1 00 tion, office, fenced, bendbulletin.com Realty 541-504-5393 and interior has been Shop. Garages for 8 The Bulletin's year ol d r e claimed 1 6497 Carter C t . gent 541-536-0117 f lower garden, R V freshly painted. 936 c ars & 2 RVs. 9 7 8 t imbers, b eams 8 "Call A Service $ 22,507. C i t y lot , parking. $1 4 5,000. sq. ft. garage has a flooring, this home will 755 to schools. Nice 3 Beautiful & acres between Bend paved street. High Close pe a ceful MLS ¹ 201 0 07848. shop area, 2 bays & warm your heart with b edroom home i n S i s ters. G r a nd Professional" Directory Pam Lester, Principal Sunriver/La Pine Homes Lakes Realty 8 Prop- t own and c lose t o setting 4 b d rm, 2.5 50 amp power for an & character & c h arm. Ridge Estates. erty Man a gement baths, 2275 sq. ft. on B roker, Century 2 1 schools. Landscaped 40 acres horse prop- R V. S e parate R V MLS¹201106412 For Sale by Owner - 10+ Main home, guest 541-536-0117 Gold Country Realty, 50040 Darlene Way with fenced yard, RV erty, access to BLM. covered storage and Megan Power, Broker, acres, 7 irrigated, 2200+ home, shop, 20 pri10 a c r es , ca b i n, Inc. 541-504-1338 carport. $139,500 sq.ft. updated home, vate acres minutes GRI, CDPE bunkhouse, $179,900. 3 lots o n T w i n D r . parking too! $79,900 $649,000 MLS¹ 201208272 MLS¹201106963 oversized detached ga- from Sisters. South Heights 3 bdrm, High Lakes Realty & $55,000. 3 ac, barn, 541-610-7318 MLS¹201204029. Juniper Realty, MLS¹201200880 Group LLC Vicci 2 bath, 1611 sq. ft., We never stop moving: rage, 2 barns, fenced 8 Property Ma n age- arena, power, well. D&D Realty Bowen 541-504-5393 866-346-7868 Brandon Fairbanks, cross-fenced, beautiful blinds thr o ughout, ment 541-536-0117 High Lakes Realty & 541-410-9730 Broker, SRES, setting, turn-key proppark-like setting, Property M a n ageCentral Oregon Realty 1/4 Mi. Deschutes River GRI, CDPE erty, $525,000, Call for f enced . 4 7 acr e , 51350 Anchor Way ment 541-536-0117 O utstanding Val u e ! Group, LLC f rontage. Cus t o m showing; Realtors wel541-383-4344 sprinkler system. Cabin on 1.25 acre Over 3000 sq. ft. 2 single level 3 bdrm, 3 w/city water, $59,900 145055 Birchwood come: 541-318-1450 We never stop moving: $185,000 level house that has Equestrian 5-acres, bath, 3 9 6 2 sq . f t ., $39,500. 2 bd, 1 ba, Pam Lester, Principal High Lakes Realty & great potential and is MORRIS 36x48 6-stall barn, 1 2.72 a cr e g a t e d Property M a n ageG ORGEOUS mt n . 840 sf, 1 acre. High B roker Century 2 1 in very good condicross-fenced, groom- community, p r i vate REAL ESTATE views! 36+/- acres. Lakes Realty 8 Prop- tion. Daylight basecs Gold Country Realty, ment 541-536-0117 ing stall, wash rack, setting. $99 7 ,000. I dcpc dc tlyO c d dO p c <cd Irrigated w/ s m all erty Man a gement Inc. 541-504-1338 52261 St e a rns ment. Huge possibilihay barn, mare barn MLS ¹ 20 1 2 05961. cabin, 1 bedroom, 1 G o r geous 541-536-0117 ties. $158,800 MLS w/foaling stalls. 2004 Pam Lester, Principal Just bought a new boat? bath, S W R e dmond. I m - $34,000 poss i b le MORRIS owner will carry. 52970 Walker Way 201207709 3bd 2bth home. B roker, Century 2 1 maculate single story acre, OWC! $2 2 5 ,000. Sell your old one in the Lakes Realty & John L. Scott Real EsREAL ESTATE $298,500. in pride-of-ownership High Gold Country Realty, $184,000. 3 bd, 2 ba, classifieds! Ask about our MLS¹ 201201125 Ma n age- attached garage. High tate 541-548-1712 I d p d ndy (hm d a d Op mt d Call Nancy Popp, BroInc. 541-504-1338 neighborhood. 1,656 Property Super Seller rates! Call Charlie, ment 541-536-0117 ker, 541-815-8000 sq. ft. w/3 bdrm, 2 Lakes Realty 8 Prop541-385-5809 Designated Broker Location Location Lo757 Crooked River Realty 3bd/2ba on 2.44 acres bath w it h b e a utiful17643 Manning Ct - 3 erty Man a gement 541-350-3419 with barn & fenced for Cascade cation! This 2463 SF, landscaping, sprinkler Bd, 2.5 Ba, huge ga- 541-536-0117 Mou n t ain Redmond RE/MAX Crook County Homes 4 bdrm, 3 bath home horses. Open kitchen Views - Imagine the system, deck and new rage. $109,000 High 10 ACRES/CUSTOM Land & Homes with lots of storage, delight upon entering sits on 3.3 acres of H OME/ SHOP i n carport. T r a ditional Lakes Realty & Prop- 14238 W h itewater Real Estate METICULOUS HOME! living & family rooms. y our n e w hom e ! land, between Bend & sale. mls 201204428 erty Man a gement $59,900. One of few Desirable location, only Powell Butte! Double garage, new Vaulted ceilings, open Hard to f i n d P r ice Redmond. P r operty lots in W i l d R i ver. minutes from town & Unique floor plan $ 189,000. J o h n L . 541-536-0117 has 3 acr e s of High Lakes Realty 8 heat pump & so much floor plan. K itchen, Range! 1296 sq. ft. Scott R ea l E s t ate15430 Pine Ct - 1782 w/indoor spa room, Prineville R e servoir more. $109,900 Swalley Water and a Property Ma n age- has breathtaking Cas wide 541 -548-1 71 2 hall w ays, home on 2 a c res dining a n d fa m i ly sf, 3 bd, 30x80 gaMLS 201200121 f enced bac k y a r d. ment 541-536-0117 level. rooms with wood deck just north of Redc ade v i ews. Lo w single rage. $229,500. High View of Mt. Jefferson Cascade Realty, This home also has mond o v erlooking $365,000. MLS access. Formal living m aintenance y a r d . Wonderfully loc a ted Lakes Realty & Prop- Lot 1 7 L a n ewood an incredible 2300 SF Dennis Haniford, the valley below and 201108648 Call with views. M aster Open roomy f l oor erty Man a gement h ome with a c o m $25,000. B e a utiful, Princ. Broker insulated dream shop S mith Rock. N e w VIRGINIA, Principal suite, jett e d -tub, 541-536-0117 plan, vaulted ceilings, manding view of Mt. treed, 1 .7 5 a c r es. 541-536-1731 with 2 bays!! Plenty of well & pump . walk-in shower, dbl lots of light from the Broker 541-350-3418 Jefferson and the sur- 15640 Woodgreen - 3 High Lakes Realty & space for your RV's, Redmond R E / MAX MLS s ink va n it y and $115,000. rounding area. Beau- bd, 1540 s f , l a n d- Property Ma n age- large windows, nice Land 8 Homes t oys, hobbies a n d walk-in closet. Ready ¹ 201205979. C a l l Find It in office, and nook. Two tiful well kept home ment 541-536-0117 animals!! Inside you KELLY STARBUCK, scaped, $ 2 4 1,900. treed acres, plenty of Real Estate The Bulletin Classifieds! for your i mmediate P rincipal with spacious rooms. High Lakes Realty & will e n jo y v a u lted Bro k e r enjoyment. 4.80 acres room for your toys!!! L a k e Lan e MLS¹201206924 541-385-5809 c eilings, 2 mas t e r 541-771-7786 Property Ma n age-15600 with 4 .6 0 i r r igated. MLS¹201204820 12250 NW Dove Rd. $319,000 - Home, 10 $239,000 suites, and an extra ment 541-536-0117 Redmond RE/MAX Custom cedar sided MLS¹201205610. $159,900 acres, horse arena, D&D Realty Group LLC large master bath with A c res w / mountain New Land & Homes pri c e at 152232 Long PrairieHigh Lakes Realty 8 D&D Realty Group LLC h ome with f loor t o 5 views. 866-346-7868 custom shower and 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, $189,750! Real Estate 866-346-7868 c eiling windows t o Home, 4-car s hop, Property Ma n agegranite counters. MLS John L. Scott t ake i n t h e mt n . , 1620 sq.ft., irrigated, storage, $ 1 4 9,900. ment 541-536-0117 Home/shop/1.41 acres ¹201206489 Get your views. I m m aculate 36x40 shop, fenced, Real Estate High Lakes Realty 8 Quiet Setting-2.84 John L. Scott Real Es$105,000. 3 bdrm, 1 s p r inkler 541-548-1712 1841 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 extensive business Property Ma n age- 53610 B r ookie Acres j $179,000 bath, 1228 sq. ft. Has tate 541-548-1712 system. $27 9 ,000. bath home, tongue & $ 380,000 Cus t o m ment 541-536-0117 Well-kept manufac3 w e l ls : i r r igation MLS ¹2809225 Pam Country living in Bend, 2500 sf, + guest suite. tured home. 2 bedgroove vaulted ceil-house - shop. MLS Log home on 5 acres 8 6890 Golden L n Lester, Principal Broings, gas free standHigh Lakes Realty 8, room + Spectacular Mtn. a ROW I N G has 3bd/2ba with red e n /office. $95,000. G o rgeous Property ker, Century 21 Gold Ma n age- Close t o ing stove, and wood views. 4 bdrm, 4.5 C¹201202939 tow n & modeled kitchen with all Mi k e Jone s views, 40 acres. High ment 541-536-0117 Country Realty, Inc. baths, 17 acres. Ofstainless stove & frig. Prineville Reservoir. accents t h roughout. 541-504-1338 with an ad in 541-350-2226 Lakes Realty & Propfered at $1,295,000. Central Oregon Realty 36x40 barn, 3 6 x40 Enclosed patio. Large Completely f e n c ed erty Man a gement50760 South Fawn The Bulletin's MLS ¹2101203960 shop/garage. Fenced garage/shop 4.81 acres. $385,000 8996 SW Panorama Rd 541-536-0117 Group, LLC Top of the line 3-bd, detached "Call A Service MLS¹ 201101447 Cate Cushman, with oil furnace. RV & cross-fenced. S o C ustom 2034 sq ft , 4 shop, $169,000. High Juniper Realty, Principal Broker 52381 Glenwood Dr. much here for... 8 hook-up. StorProfessional" b edroom, 2. 5 b a t h Horse ranch on 9 .70 Lakes Realty 8, Prop- area 541-504-5393 541-480-1884 A-frame cabin on the building/shed. 2 $329,000 acres.Home is 1985 h ome built i n 2 0 06 Directory Man a gement age www.catecushman.com river. $198,000. High erty MLS 201206125 ponds. w ith Mtn v iews o n sq. ft. of beautiful livLakes Realty & Prop- 541-536-0117 12851 SW Deer MLS¹201202976 Cascade Realty, i ng s pace. W o od 1.53 acres. Many upWOW! Man a gement15194 Ponderosa Lp. Carolyn Priborsky, P.C., Crossing. Remodeled graded features in- Custom built home with f loors, d en , w r a pDennis Haniford, Look at these views! erty 541-536-0117 3 bdrm 2 bath 1440 hardwood floors, up- a round d ec k wi t h Broker, ABR, CRS Princ. Broker clude: hickory cabi1.41 acres ready for Cascade m ountains sq. ft. CRR home. graded lighting and 541-536-1731 541-383-4350 jacuzzi. Great views, Advertise your car! nets, granite counter from your living room. you! $55,000. High Granite counters, Add A Picture! t ops, alder t rim & appliances. Recently 4-stall horse barn and Lakes Realty 8 Prop- We never stop moving: Home has been up- Reach hickory cabinets, thousands of readers! doors, hardwood & tile painted and n i cely 40x60 s hop/garage. dated with newer heat erty Man a gement Say "goodbuy" bamboo wood floors, Call 541-385-5809 S o much here, s o floors. The m a ster maintained home on 541-536-0117 p ump and al l n e w The vinyl windows, the list to that unused Bulletin Ciassifieds cs bath has a garden tub 2+ acres. Watch the come take a l o o k. floors as well. Great goes on. Garage, car- with tile surround & sunset and w i ldlife $375,000 item by placing it in ranch style home with 51430 Mac Ct - C u r- 4 45 Bonner - 720 s f port and RV covered f rom y o u r dec k ! MLS 201207852 separate tile shower. lots of room to play. rently leased thru '13, cabin, shop, .28 acre, parking. $109,000 MLS¹201208145 The Bulletin Classifieds Cascade Realty, MORRIS $275,000 MLS¹201208213 $102,500. High Lakes $40,000. High Lakes MLS 201204401 $237,000 MLS¹ 201208347 Dennis Haniford, $179,000 Realty 8 Pr o p erty Realty 8 Pro p erty REAL ESTATE Juniper Realty, D&D Realty Group LLC Princ. Broker Management Juniper Realty, D&D Realty Group LLC Management Indcpendcnxy &mcd and operat«d 5 41 -385-58 0 9 541-504-5393 866-346-7868 541-536-1731 541-536-01 1 7 541-504-5393 866-346-7868 541-536-0117 Single le v e l and m ove-in r e ady! 3 bdrm, 2 bath,. 1535 sq. ft. with a g reat room concept, lots of s torage an d o v e r sized bedr o oms, beautifully landscaped, extra parking, s hop area i n th e double car g arage. T raditional sale. $185,000. MLS

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Turn-key ranch. CasR EADY T O BUI L D ! SW River Rd. Exc.view Eagle Crest Lots Westside Lot i cade mtn views, built $199,950 Sw e e ping 5.07 acres, flat l ot, from top of property. Snowberry Village ¹70 Possible owner terms. 3 $147,000 in 1993, 38+ a cres Views of th e s n ow Great location on the mature trees, paved 2.79 acres w alking Bdrm, 2 bath, 1107 with 26 + i r r igation, capped Cascades and way to Mt. Bachelor. road, 1/3 interest in distance to the Des- • $69,500 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sq.ft., laminated wood barn, shop, hay shed, stunning Central Or- .56 acre, gently slop- well, applied for stan- chutes River & Steel- attached 2-car garage f looring, carport w / fenced. $55 0 ,000. egon sunsets await ing lot. E stablished dard septic. $99,900. head Falls. Hike, bike, • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil storage, fenced, landMLS ¹201207007 MLS ¹ 2 01 0 03925 you! Incredible opneighborhood conveMLS¹ 2 012 0 4695 ride horses, fly fish. vercrest scaped, spr i nkler Call Jeanne ScharPam Lester, Principal portunity to own one nient t o r e c reation Pam Lester, Principal Quiet & natural set- • Large living room, din system. $33,000. MLS lund, Principal BroCascade M o untain B roker, Century 2 1 of the finest view lots trails, restaurants and B roker, Century 2 1 ting is ideal for vaca- ing area ¹ 201205974 Pam ker 541-420-7978 views. Gold Country Realty, at the top of the West more. Gold Country Realty, tions or year round • Vaulted c e i lings, Lester, Principal BroRedmond RE/MAX MLS¹201207959 Inc. 541-504-1338 Ridge. Home-ID 969 MLS¹201201353 Inc. 541-504-1338 living. $49,000 MLS¹ Sunny windows ker, Century 21 Gold Land & Homes Debbie Hershey, 201009429 • FA heat & heat pump Country Realty, Inc. VERY PRIVATE SET- $99,900 Magnificent 1/3 Cathy Del Nero, Broker REDMOND 2.59 541-410-5280 Real Estate Broker, CRS, GRI acre l o t am a zing Juniper Realty, 541-504-1338 TING on 80 ACRES (A/C) acres close to town. 541-420-5170 mountain views. on 541-504-5393 We never stop moving: • Front porch and large Spectacular C a scade Owner will carry. Good classified ads tell Ridge. B r ing We never stop moving: back deck views. 27 acres of irri- West SW Shad Rd $97,000 MLS builder or work the essential facts in an Located on a p a vedCall Marilyn R ohaly, Tick, Tock g ation. 2 69 3 s q . f t your 201100751 with one of our preinteresting Manner. Write Broker, 541-322-9954 . home, 4 b d r m ( 2 ferred builders. Seller street. This 2.7 acre Call Travis Hannan, from the readers view - not Tick, Tock... master bdrms w/bath), parcel has Mt. Jeffer- John L. Scott Real Princ. Broker offering exce l lent the seller's. Convert the Bend country kitchen and son & S m ith R ock Estate, 541-788-3480 ...don't let time get terms to a q u alified MORRIS www.JohnLScott.com facts into benefits. Show log accents. 6-stall views. The lot is level Redmond RE/MAX buyer. Home-ID 947 MORRIS away. Hire a the reader how the item will barn, hay shed, shop, $53,500 with many b u ilding REAL ESTATE Land & Homes Build the home RV garage and more. sites. Crooked River 20737 Livingood Way • help them in someway. Icdcpccdccdy ~cd 9 d Opccctcd REAL ESTATE Real Estate professional out $74,300 MLS¹ 2012 0 3092 of your dreams on this R anch w a te r a n d This I d p d d y o d d up c d homesitewhich backs Newer 2003 3 bdrm/2 of The Bulletin's SW Canyon Dr. 773 $799,900 D E S E RT power is available at advertising tip bath turnkey. home. 1.13 acres with access the street. Septic was View Property 2.49 VALLEY RE A L TY, to common area, min"Call A Service brought to you by Acreages utes from sport cenNew appliances, lots from two streets proacres between Bend 541-923-1376 previously approved. Professional" ter, swimming pool, of upgrades, custom v iding y o u man y & Redmond, 1998 The Bulletin $78,500 Views! Views! Views! Icmicp Central CImpc 9 ccc I999 spray park, f itnessElevated building site window c o v erings, Directory today! building site options. home, dbl garage, MLS¹ 201208266 on 1.176 acre Cas 79.69 acres with 27 center, tennis, basfront & back decks. Owner terms availinsulated heated/ Juniper Realty, acres of i rrigation. NEW! Five acres k etball, hiking a n d cade view lot. Septic able. $58,500 Pristine fenced court- Snowberry Village ¹119 cooled office/work541-504-5393 i nstalled, pwr/ w t r Barn, shop, & guest with irrigation, 1540 biking trails. Home-ID yard entry. Very open • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 MLS¹ 201106385 room with full bath available at lot line. q uarters wit h a l sq. ft. home. 708 775 concept with close to baths, 1920 sq. ft. Juniper Realty, sep. from house, MLS ¹202009226 most 2200y sq. ft. $220,000. MLS Eagle Crest Properties 1500 sq. ft. 541-504-5393 concrete RV pad & Manufactured/ • 2000 Silvercrest - TriCall Nancy Popp, Brohouse. $400,000 ¹201207126 Call 866-722-3370 Cascade Village several hook-up Mobile Homes plewide MLS¹201200048 ker, 541-815-8000 SW Chinook Dr. TRAVIS HANNAN, Homes. Bend, spots. $180,000. • Living room, family Crooked River Realty Crooked Call TRAVIS HANR i v e r & Principal Broker Nice flat lot in Terreb541-388-0000 MLS¹201205184 room, dining room mountain views from Snowberry Village ¹127 541-788-3480 NAN, Principal Broonne, .56 a c res, Nice mountain views, Call KELLY STAR$90,425 ker 541-788-3480 t his 5.68 acres l o20774 Livingood Way • • Remodeled kitchen, Redmond ReMax p aved s t reet, a p - 3.09-acres. $95,950. BUCK, Broker w/breakfast bar c ated on a p a v ed• 2 bedrooms, 2 baths Redmond RE/MAX $84,700 Land & Homes Real proved f o r ca p -fill MLS¹201101554 541-771-7786 Land & Homes street. Num e rous• 1404 sq. ft., 2000 Sil- Like new 3 bdrm, 2 bath • Private master suite Estate septic, utilities are at Call Linda Lou Redmond RE/MAX trees & many building vercrest home is loaded with w/walk-in closet Real Estate the lot line. $42,000. Day-Wright, Broker, Land & Homes • Large great room, bay upgrades i n c luding• Master bath w/garden POWELL BUTTE! 10 sites. $225,000 MLS¹ MLS 3 2 0 12001172 541-771-2585 Real Estate 771 tub & double shower window dining area 201106408 c ustom paint, n e w A CRES! V IE W S ! Pam Lester, Principal Crooked River Realty • Front & back decks Lots Juniper Realty, lighting, skylight, and • Gas FA heat PLUS Custom home, spa763 B roker, Century 2 1 • Laundry room + 2 car custom 3 acres flat property 541-504-5393 deck i ng. AC & fireplace cious 8 light, gourGold Country Realty, Recreational Homes Beautifully garage ele v ated Inc. 541-504-1338 perfect to build on. met kitchen, office & Oversized 2-car ga- • Immaculate - too SW Chinook Dr. • Sold t a stefully fur- rage with storage and many upgrades to list! & Property building site a b ove $59,900. more. $799,900. Crooked River, Smith nished Deschutes River Can- The Highlands at BroMLS¹201205386 workshop area. Cas- $129,900 MLS¹201106428 Rock & mou n tain 141038 Crescent Moon yon. Call Marilyn R ohaly, cade Village Homes. Call Marilyn Rohaly, Un s urpassed ken top, 1 0 a c res, Call Julie Fahlgren, Call VIRGINIA, views. Owner terms Drive i n Cr e s cent Broker, 541-322-9954 Broker, 541-322-9954 views from this 2-acre gated, private well, Broker, 541-550-0098 Principal Broker Bend, 541-388-0000 available. 6.9 acres John L. Scott Real John L. Scott Real Lake - Chalet style lot. Septic approved, utilities at lot, app for Crooked River Realty 541-350-3418 with septic, power & Estate, two-story home with w ater & p o we r a t cap-fill Bend Estate, Bend Redmond RE/MAX septic. What are you 5 acres adjoins public w ell i n stalled. I n - www.JohnLScott.com www.JohnLScott.com bamboo flooring and road. $89,900 $535,000. Land & Homes MLS land over Deschutes cludes custom home Snowberry Village ¹46 • wood accents MLS¹201207148 looking for? Real Estate ¹ 201200937. Pam River. Short walk to plans. $189,000 throughout. Located in Call Nancy Popp, BroLester, Principal Bro$88,900. 3 bdrms, 2 Find exactly what river. $74,900. You'll find it in MLS¹ 201008671 Diamond Peaks on ker, 541-815-8000 Rare Find i $695,000 b aths, 1600y sq. ft . ker, Century 21 Gold MLS¹201102328 you are looking for in the Juniper Realty, 39+ acre ranch min- one acre. Perfect for Crooked River Realty The Bulletin Classifieds Country Realty, Inc. 1994 Silvercrest. LivCall Linda Lou 541-504-5393 CLASSIFIEDS utes to Costco. Close t he vacationer. T h e G randfathered-in R V 541-504-1338 ing room, separate Day-Wright, Broker, to shops and BLM yet double car garage has l ot, come camp o r SW Chipmunk Rd. dining room & large 541-771-2585 enjoy country l i fe. second d o o r for b uild y o u r 541-385-5809 kitchen with e a ting dr e a m THE PERFECT Snowberry Village ¹16 Crooked River Realty Level 5.19 acres with Gorgeous 3731 sq. ft. snowmobiles and a home. Septic/Power/ SETTING FOR YOUR mountain views. Well area. Pellet s t ove, Enjoy the carefree lifNice 5.3 acres near the f armhouse, 3 b e d - large unfinished room W ater. 63730 Cascade Village $57,9 0 0 NEW HOME treed w it h s e v eral Huge covered BBQ estyle at Bend's preentrance of the ranch, Dr • $54,200 r oom, 3 b a t h , f u l l & bath. Owner willing MLS¹201207367 Broken Top, 0.53 Acres Smith Rock V iews. possible buil d ing deck. Large laundry mier 55+ community b asement, barn , to complete. Priced to Call Linda Lou Offered at $275,000 sites. Com m unity room and 2-car at- Very open plan, with n ear m edical a n d fenced, irri g ated, sell at... $298,000 MLS¹2710905 French doors off livDay-Wright, water 8 power availtached garage Cate Cushman, shopping. ImmacuCall Linda Lou great area of l arge MLS¹ 201108836 ing room area, beau- late 3 b e d room, 2 Call Marilyn Rohaly, Broker, 541-771-2585 Principal Broker able at t h e s t reet. Call Linda at acreages. Day-Wright, 541-480-1 884 Owner terms availBroker, 541-322-9954 tiful updated kitchen, Crooked River Realty bath features sepa541-815-0606. MLS¹201204031 nice size dining area, r ate d i ning r o o m, John L. Scott Real www.catecushman.com Broker, 541-771-2585 able. $69,000 MLS¹ Lynne Connelley, Eco- Cascade Realty, Den- 1.01 acre lot that is well Crooked River Realty large covered front 201106095 Estate, Bend huge kitchen with isnis Haniford, Broker treed. Lot 141 SW Broker, ABR, CRS www.JohnLScott.com p orch, 2bd, 2ba & land, master suite with Juniper Realty, 541-433-5678 Crater Loop $40,900. Three 9148 Sq.ft. Iots, 5-acre corner lot, flat 541-408-6720 den. Turn-key 541-504-5393 cul-de-sac, u t i lities & fully treed. $49,900 g arden t u b , sta l l Snowberry Village ¹98 MLS¹201105162 move-in condition with shower, Vaulted ceilWe never stop moving: 141980 Emerald MeadMLS¹201109114 Call Melody Curry, Bro- s tubbed into P U E , $79,500 S W D O V E R D . M t. nice outside enterows Way, Crescent close to West Can- Call Nancy Popp, Broings, wood laminate ker, 541-771-1116 Washington & Three •• 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. taining patio & fire pit. Lake - 2-story custom Crooked floors, FA heat & AC. yon Rim Park and acker, 541-815-8000 1 404 sq. ft . 1 9 9 9 River Realty Sisters views from this Cascade Village built home with paved cess to the dry can- Crooked River Realty C overed dec ks . 6.1 acre property with • Silvercrest Homes. Bend, circular drive, heated Owner will carry, fanyon t rail. $ 3 5,000, $94,500. Call Manlyn Vaulted ceilings power installed. Close 541-388-0000 tastic 1/2 acre lot double car g a rage $35,000 & $ 50,000. 320 acres in Prineville. to t h e Des c hutes designer colors Rohaly, Broker, views, w/views. $59,900. MORRIS and small shop with 541-322-9954 MLS¹ 201 2 0 7692, Mountain • Gas heat and A/C. FACTORY SPECIAL River and Steelhead MLS¹201008725 mostly flat land. 30 cement floor. Excel201207694, and John L. Scott RE REAL ESTATE Elevated corner lotNew Home, 3 bdrm, Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ Call Julie Fahlgren, lent condition. Exten201207687. Pam miles from Bend &15 I dcpc dc clyO cd d O p c ccd nice views $46,900 finished 201205646 Broker, 541-550-0098 miles from Prineville sive landscaping with Lester, Principal Bro780 • Attached 2-car ga- on you site,541.548.5511 Juniper Realty, $289,000 large rock. Hardwood Crooked River Realty ker, Century 21 Gold Reservoir. rage+ shop area www.JandMHomes.com SE Bend - Woodside i Mfd./Mobile Homes MLS 201208143 541-504-5393 floors, carpeting, pelCountry Realty, Inc. L evel city lot i n t h e • Front deck and rear $795,000 Cascade Realty, with Land stove, generator. heart of Culver. All 541-504-1338 New Construction - 3 SW Geneva View Rd. patio Stunning SunForest let Dennis Haniford, On one acre at the u tilities are a t t h e T errebonne. L e v e lCall Marilyn R ohaly, bdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 Gigantic Views! Qualbuilt home in Wood- end of a cul-de-sac. Princ. Broker Three Rivers South sq.ft., vaulted, gas street ready to be in 1.14 acres that will be Broker, 541-322-9954 side on 4.2 acres plus $339,000 541-536-1731 ity Fuqua home, 3 stalled. This lot just Lot i $10,000 furnace-range-water easy to build on. Well John L. Scott Real huge RV/Garage/Ofbdrm, 2 bath, 1572 SF MLS¹ 201203768 Bring your RV & enjoy heater, fenced, landneeds y o u r new 4.2 acre property with Estate, Bend treed with an abunfice. Quality throughCall Linda at home. 208 2nd Ave, the amenities of Sun- an older mobile, can dance o f scaped. $16 2 ,900Shop and greenhouse wil d l ife www.JohnLScott.com out an d b e autifully 541-815-0606. ¹ 201 2 07750 $129,000 C ulver. $38, 2 0 0 river Resort just min- be fixed up or live in it passing thro u gh. People Look for Information MLS maintained. Possible Cascade MLS 201200450 Realty, DenMLS¹ 20 1 2 0 3505. utes away. .50-acre while you build your $41,500 Pam Lester, Principal MLS¹ owner terms! Please nis Haniford, Broker About Products and B roker, Century 2 1 Gail Day 541-306-1018 Juniper Realty lot close to r estau- dream home. Priced 201102002 call to make your apCentral Oregon 541-433-5678 541-504-5393 r ants, Casc a d e to sell. $58,900 Services Every Daythrough Gold Country Realty, Juniper Realty, pointment to tour! Realty Group LLC Mountains & l a kes. Inc. 541-504-1338 MLS 201207520 541-504-5393 The Bulletin Classi/feds MLS¹201207123 764 N orth P o w el l B u t t e A djoining lot i s f o r Cascade Realty, Michelle Tisdel, Acreage I 3 LOTS! Farms & Ranches with septic sysDennis Haniford, P.C., Broker 3 buildable, rare, North sale tem in place. Princ. Broker 541-390-3490 P owell B utte C a s Ranch in Powell Butte. MLS¹201206354 541-536-1731 We never stop moving: Ideal Ranch/ Pride of cade Mountain views. Becky Brunoe, Broker AJAX GOLD MINE & o wnership. Barn , Quiet area. Call 541-350-4772 Vicci Bowen 1.6MMBF timber. 320 S hop, H a y Ba r n , We never stop moving: 541-410-9730 Ac. Fee Land. Grants Equipment Shed Central Oregon Realty Pass, Oregon Area. $925,000. Group, LLC Off site milling availMLS¹201206082 MORRIS able. $38 9 ,900.00 Call Vicci Bowen markminnis©budget. REAL ESTATE 541-410-9730 O Garage Sales I dp d c I9 0 d dOp cd Central Oregon net 503 - 740-6217. MORRIS Garage Sales Detailed Pac k a ge Realty Group LLC REAL ESTATE available. MUST Serenity and Privacy B eautiful f ar m s t y l e Garage Sales I dcpc dc clyO cd d O pc ccd CLOSE 12/ 3 1 /12. on 4.62 acres of sehome overlooking the (PNDC) renity and p r ivacy. Crooked River Valley Find them Three Rivers South Comfortable 3 b e d- with 42+ acres and 24 ASTOUNDING in Lot i $97,500 room, 2 bath home acres o f CASCADE MOUNTAIN i r r igation. Beautifully treed .86 and a 3 0 x40 s hop Perfect horse propVIEWS. Highlands, The Bulletin acre lot just a block w ith oversized R V 10.28 Acres, Bend. including 7-stall Classifieds from Big Deschutes door. Build your cus- erty Offered at $495,000 barn with heated tack River. Enjoy fishing, tom ho m e with room and bathroom. 2 Cate Cushman, 541-385-5809 skiing, snowmobiling, breathtaking views of h omes included i n Principal Broker h orseback rid i n g , the Cascade Moun541-480-1884 sale. $1,2 5 0 ,000 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t kayaking etc., just out tains or enjoy as is. www.catecushman.com MLS¹201206434 backs BLM, Cascade door. Fantastic MLS¹201205440 John L. Scott Real Es- mtn & S m ith R o ck your location! Cascade Views in Ter$249,000 tate 541-548-1712 views. Corner lot, apMLS¹201207525 rebonne I $192,500 D&D Realty Group LLC proved for standard Sherry Perrigan, Broker Breathtaking views, De866-346-7868 COUNTRY ESTATE in ODIN FALLS VALLEY septic. $199,000. MLS 541-410-4938 schutes River CanPam We never stop moving: Sisters i $579,900 3 7.5 acres w ith 1 8 + ¹2809381 yon, and farming valLester, Principal Broi r r igation. ley below, 5 usable Great Cascade Moun- acres o f ker, Century 21 Gold acres with well Ideal tain views from this 2985 sq.ft., 3 bed, 2.5 Country Realty, Inc. building site with un3,000 sq. ft. home on bath home with huge 541-504-1338 o bstructed view s 6 .75 acres. 2 b e d - Cascade M o u ntain views. Shop, 2-stall MLS¹201205208 rooms, bonus room & Want to impress the Gail Day 541-306-1018 o ffice. 4 a c r e s o f barn with tack room MORRIS Three Sisters irriga- and 1 bed bunkhouse relatives? Remodel Central Oregon Realty REAL ESTATE tion. 40x40 barn, 5 AND MORE! MLS¹ Group, LLC your home with the Icdcpccdcndy ~cd ccd Opcccccd 201203884 $845,500 help of a professional loafing sheds, 3 car Mountain views! garage with shop. 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Real Estate MLS¹201104945 MORRIS Power, city water & Detached garage with sewer at the paved Dana Miller, Broker NW Dove Rd., TerrebREAL ESTATE guest quarters, shop street. Mtn. & valley 541-408-1468 onne. Mtn. views from I dcpc dc clyO cd d O pc ccd and l o afing s h e d. views. Many possible We never stop moving: these 5.12 acres near MLS¹ 20 12 0 3687 entrance of CRR. Iob uilding s ites. L o Jumbo purchase price/value$800,000 — 20% down /equity,$640,000 loan amount. SPECTACULAR HOME $875,000 cated in the city limits cated in a desirable Offer valid as of date of ad, restrictions may apply. Rates/fees subject to change. and SETTING. Beau- DESERT VALLEY RE- of Canyon City near area. Save time & tiful 9682 sq.ft. home ALTY, 541-923-1376 On Approved Credit. John Day. (Sellers are money with septic, that features massive Newer S ingle S t o ry licensed Oregon Real well & power already timbers at sprawling Home, 3 bdrm, 2.5 MORRIS Estate brokers). installed. $96,500 heights, stonework in- bath, office, sunroom, MLS¹ 20120135 $99,900 REAL ESTATE s ide/ o u t , che f s 2260 sq.ft., 60 acres, Juniper Realty, Juniper Realty, Icdcpcndccdy ~cd ccdIypcccccd kitchen, butler's pan- mtn & S m ith R o ck 541-504-5393 541-504-5393 try, master bed wing views. $289,000. 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Private .62 acre lot on cul-de-sac in gated community.

Eco-friendly, 2711 sq. ft., 4 bedroom,3.5 bath, open floor plan, formal dining area, large kitchen, master on main, bonusroom, 8 large patio.

4 bedroom, 4 bath, 3-car garage. 3753 sq. ft. on a .32 acre lot.

MLS¹20128561 (730)

Convenient, central NW Bend location.

MLS¹201208534 (730)

MICHELLE TISDEL, PC,BROKER 541-390-3490

MEGAN POWER,BROKER, GRI, CDPE 541-610-7318

New Construction, 1767 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2-car garage. Great roomwith fireplace, vaulted ceilings 8 an open kitchen. Front porch opens tocommonarea! Professionally landscaped 8 fenced.

New construction in Crosswinds backing to Land SystemsNursery. Single level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 9 ft, ceilings, 8 nice master suite. Quiet neighborhood close to hospital, shopping, dining 8 schools.

MLS¹201208395 (730)

MLS¹201208195 (730)

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3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1250 sq. ft., manufactured home located on 1.04 acres. Nice yard with circular driveway. Small storage anddetached 2 car carport. Bank owned.

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541-788-0029

541-788-0029

541-383-4334

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Beautiful CustomHome. 3 bedroom +den/office, 4.5 bath. Gourmetkitchen, Wolf Stove, Sub-zero refrigerator, SSappliances, 8 granite counters. Master on main with private Atrium. Golf Course views.

Xeriscaped yard & captivating views. 3797 sq, ft., 3 bedroom, 3 bath with Maple floors, Makore kitchen cabinets, slab granite, Rainforest Marble buffet. Large timber techdeckup, covered porch down.

LushTumaloRanchwith 19.5 acres, 18.5 irrigated. Custom homewith 4330 sq. ft., I acre vineyard, landscaped, barn, fencedgarden and orchard, and muchmore.Great horse property!

637 private acres, 87 miles fromBend. BuckCreek flows year round. 2 LOP Tags for bucks8 bulls. Aspens, Ponderosas, 8 Rimrocks.Propane 8 solar for the cabin. Large barn for storage Horse corral.

Below appraisal. $79,000 Price Reduction! 1200' deck overlooking DeschutesRiver Frontage in gated Sunrise Village. 4173 sq, ft., 4 bedroom, 4 bath.

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BRANDON FAIRBANKS, BROKER,SRES, GRI, CDPE

CRAIG LONG,BROKER

541-383-4344

541-480-7647

BONNIE SAVICKAS,BROKER 541-408-7537

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

541-550-4944

HEATEP DOOL, CASCADEVIEWSI $625,000

SISTERS I $579,900

SW BENDI $549,000

SW BENDI $525,000

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MLS¹201203502 (746)

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MLS¹201206500 (762)

Great Cascade Mountain views from this 3000 sq. ft. home on 6.75 acres. 2 bedrooms,bonusroom 8 office. 4 acres of ThreeSisters irrigation. 40x40 barn, 5 loafing sheds, 3 cargarage with shop.

MLS¹201202675 (747)

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Private home with fine finishes on 5 acres surrounded by Mountain Views in Odin FallsRanch.Outdoor kitchen 8 in-ground pool + detached42x40 shop building,

MLS¹201009509 (747)

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Treasure of a home inRiverRim!Warm 8 inviting single level built by Schumacher.Extensive use of woods 8 customwindow coverings. A must see to appreciate the extensive amenities!

MLS¹201108147 (747)

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MLS¹201205094 (762)

MLS¹201203181 (747)

DIANE LOZITO,BROKER 541-548-3598, 541-306-9646

CHRISTY HARTMAN-DECOURCEY, BROKER 541-312-7263

DEBBIEJOHNSON, BROKER 541-480-1293

TUMALOI $449,000

INVESTORS - 4-PLEX I $425,000

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Live in paradise on 20 private acres with river frontage and CascadeMountain views! Quality single level home, 2334 sq, ft., 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom.Energy efficient with geothermal ground sourceheating.

MLS¹201207288 (762)

JIM(I ROXANNECHENEY,BROKERS 541-390-4050 • 541-390-4030

DAWN ULRICKSON,BROKER,CRS, GRI, SFR

NW BENDI $419,000

NW BEND/MAR KENHEIGHTS I $409,900

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Custom built, sculpted cedar siding, upgraded appliances. 5 acres, fenced8 cross fenced. 3 stall barn 8 tack room. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath over 3400 sq. ft.

MLS¹201207959 (762)

for each unit. Prime NE location near hospital. Fully rented, excellent rental history, excess of $36K annual gross rents & low maintenance.

MLS¹201206470 (746)

MLS¹201203945 (746)

DEBBIE HERSHEY, BROKER, CRS, GRI

DANA MILLER,BROKER

DEBORAHBENSON, PC, BROKER,GRI

541-420-5170

541-408-1468

541-480-6448

MINDA MCKITRICK,BROKER,GRI

DIANE ROBINSON,BROKER,ABR

BROKEN TOP I $1,185,000

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NE BENDI $349,000

EDGECLIFF I $347,500

SW BEND I $308,000

Panoramic Northeasterly views. 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 4020 sq. ft. perched onthe edge of rimrock. Spacious kitchen, 3 separate living spaces, 8 wood accents

Immaculate 1933 sq. ft. townhome with 2 master suites plus a loft, in the beautiful forest setting of Elkai Woods. Easyaccess to river trail.

MLS¹201208263 (738)

MLS¹201208464 (748)

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The Pinehurst at BrokenTopby StevenVanSant/Pac West Homes! Unmatched quality8 craftsmanship! Single-level, 3-car garage, customcabinetry 8 trim. 0,55 acre golf course view lot. No expensespared!

MLS¹201204424 (747)

Enjoy peace and tranquility on 2.85 private acres with Gorgeous Cascade views. Large master suite. Vaulted wood ceilings. Possible mother-in-law suite. Borders BLM.Bring your horseand toys. RVarea.

throughout. Large decks for outdoor living.

MLS¹201206019 (748)

Memberships at Widgi CreekGolf Course available.

MLS¹201205268 (762)

JANE STRE LL, BROKER,ABR, GRI

JACKIEFRE NCH, BROKER

541-948-7998

JOHN SNIPPEN,BROKER,MBA, ABR,CRS, GRI 541-312-7273 • 541-948-9090

POWELL BUTTEI $210,000

SE BENDI $199,900

MLS¹201208547 (747)

DAVID GILMORE,BROKER 541-312-7271

CATHYDELNERO, BROKER

BIG DESCHU TESCABIN I $299,000

SE BEND I $284,500

NEW CONSTRU CTION I $214,500

Immaculate, previous model home inStonehaven!

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2762 sq. ft, Includeshigh end appliances andmedia room.1'raditional Sale.

New construction in SEBend. Single level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1641 sq. ft. home onlarge loton the edge of town backing toCOI canal. Completion 3/I/13.

Bunkhouse,storage shed, &garage. MLS¹201204647 (755)

MLS¹201207530 (749)

MLS¹201208267 (749)

CRAIG SMITH,BROKER 541-322-2417

KELLYNEUMAN, BROKER 541-480-2102

GREGFLOYD,P.C., BROKER 541-390-5349

KATHYPOWELL,BROKER

541-383-4342

541-788-0029

SE BEND LAND I $199,000

CROOK COUNTYI$192,400

NE BENDI $180,000

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DeschutesRiverfront cabin on 1.26 acres in Haner Park. Direct swimming fk boating accesssteps from the porch. 1160 sq. ft., I bedroom, I bath with large kitchen.

MIDTOWNBENDI $199,900

THREE RIVERSSOUTH I $199,000

Ma le, we o t eroadforaquiet PR e m g. Spectacular SMITH ROCKviews. Fenced 8 crossedfenced. Backsto PUBLICLAND! MLS¹201108416 (762)

Corner lot, with new construction and Move in Ready! Great room feel, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, stainless appliances, fireplace, master suite 8 upstairs laundry.

Front 8 backyard landscaping.MLS¹201206885 (749)

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