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New York Times News Service The level of the most important heat-trapping gas in the atmosphere, carbon dioxide, has passed along-feared milestone, scientists r e ported F r i day, reaching a concentration not seen on the Earth for millions of years. Scientific monitors reported that the gas had reached an average daily level that surpassed 400 parts per million — just an odometer moment in one sense, but also a sobering reminder that decades of efforts to bring human-produced e m i ssions under control are faltering. The best available evidence suggests that the amount of the gas in the air has not been this high for at least 3 million years, and scientists believe the rise portends large changes in the climate and the level of the sea.

"It symbolizes that so far we have failed miserably in tackling this problem," said Pieter Tans, who runs the monitoring program at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that reported the new reading. Ralph Keeling, who r u ns another monitoring program at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, said a continuing rise could be catastrophic. "It means we are quickly losing the possibility of keeping the climate below what

people thought were possibly tolerable thresholds," he said. The new measurement came from analyzers high atop Mauna Loa, the volcano on the big island of Hawaii. Devices there sample clean air that has blown thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean, producing a

record of rising carbon dioxide levels that has been closely tracked for half a century. Carbon dioxide above 400 parts per million was first seen in the Arctic last year and had also spiked above that level in hourly readings at Mauna Loa. But theaverage reading for an entire day surpassed that level at Mauna Loa for the first time Thursday, according to data from both NOAA and Scripps. Carbon dioxide rises and falls on a seasonal cycle and the level will dip below 400 this summer, as leaf growth in the Northern Hemisphere pulls about 10 billion tons of carbon out of the air. But experts say that will be a b rief reprieve — the moment is approaching when no measurement anywhere, in any season, will produce a reading below 400.

Texas plant explosion —Texas law enforcement officials on Friday launched acriminal investigation into the massive fertilizer plant explosion that killed14 people last month, after weeks of largely treating the blast as an industrial accident. The announcement came

the same dayfederal agents said they found bomb-making materials belonging to a paramedic who helped evacuate residents the night of

the explosion. Bryce Reedwas arrested early Friday on a charge of possessing a destructive device, but law enforcement officials said they had not linked the charge to the April17 fire and blast

Sandy HOOk —A task force of elected officials in Newtown on Friday recommendedtearing down Sandy HookElementary School, where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed in December, and rebuilding on the same site. The group of 28 town elected officials voted unanimously in favor of a plan that would construct a new building in the same location as the existing school. The proposal

now goes to the local school board andthen before voters as areferendum. TSariIaeV durial —Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has been buried in a cemetery in central Virginia, infuriat-

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PakiStan VOte —Despite a bloody campaign marred by Taliban attacks, Pakistan was holding historic elections Saturday pitting a former cricket star against a two-time prime minister once exiled by the army and an incumbent blamed for power blackouts and inflation.

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It's Saturday, May11, the131st day of 2013. There are 234 days left in the year.

PHENOMENON HAPPENINGS PeklS'tell —The country goes to the polls for a national election that will mark the first transition between civilian

governments in its 66-year history.A2

The insect's 17-year life cycle has reached the point where it is time for

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repairs to a leaking coolant system.

HISTORY Highlight:In1973, the espio-

nage trial of Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo in the "Penta-

gon Papers" casecameto an end as JudgeWilliam Byrne dismissed all charges, citing government misconduct. In 1647, Peter Stuyvesant arrived in New Amsterdam

to become governor of New Netherland. In1858, Minnesota became the 32nd state of the Union. In1862, during the Civil War, the Confederate ironclad CSS

Virginia was scuttled by its crew off Craney Island, Va., to prevent it from falling into

Union hands. In1927, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

was founded during a banquet at the Biltmore Hotel in Los

Angeles. In1935, the Rural Electrification Administration was

created as one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs. In1943, during World War II, U.S. forces landed on the Aleutian island of Attu, which was held by the Japanese; the Americans took the island 19

days later. In1950, President Harry Tru-

man formally dedicated the Grand Coulee Dam in Wash-

ington state.

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WASHINGTON — Any day now, billions of cicadas with bulging red eyes will crawl out of the earth after 17 years underground and overrun the East Coast. The insects will arrive in such numbers that people from North Carolina to Connecticut will be outnumbered roughly 600-to-1. Maybe more. Scientists even have a horror-movie name for the infestation: Brood II. But as ominous as that sounds, the insects are harmless. They won't hurt you or other animals. At worst, they might damage a few saplings or young shrubs. Mostly they will blanket certain pockets of the region, though lots of people won't ever see them. "It's not like these hordes of cicadas suck blood or zom-

bify people," says May Berenbaum, a University of Illinois entomologist.

They're looking for just one

thing: sex. And they've been waiting quite a long time. Since 1996, this group of 1inch bugs, in wingless nymph form, has been a few feet un-

derground, sucking on tree roots and biding their time. They will emerge only when the groundtemperature reaches precisel y 64 degrees.After a few weeks up in the trees, they will die and their offspring will go underground, not to return until 2030. "It's just an a mazing accomplishment," B e r enbaum

says. "How can anyone not be impressed?" And they will make a big racket, too. The noise all the male cicadas make when they sing for sex can drown out your own thoughts, and maybe even rival a rock concert. In 2004, Gene Kritsky, an entomologist at the College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, measured cicadas at 94 decibels, saying it was so loud "you don't hear planes flying overhead." There are ordinary cicadas that come out every year around the world, but these are different. They're called magicicadas — as in magic — and are red-eyed. And these

may be more hke I trillion. Even if it's merely 30 billion, if they were lined up head to tail, they'd reach the moon and back. "There will be some places where it's wall-to-wall cicadas," says University of Maryland entomologist Mike Raupp. Strength in numbers is the key to cicada survival: There are so many of them that the birds can't possibly eat them all, and those that are left over are free to multiply, Raupp says. But why only every 13 or 17 years? Some scientists think they come out in these odd cycles so that predators can't match the timing and be wait-

magicicadas are seen only in

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the eastern half of the United S tates, nowhere else in t h e world. There are 15 U.S. broods that emerge every 13 or 17 years, so that nearly every year, some place is overrun. Last year it was a small area, mostly around the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, West Virginia and Tennessee. Next year, two places get hit: Iowa into Illinois and Missouri; and Louisiana and Mississippi. And it's possible to live in these locations and actually never see them. This year's invasion, Brood II, is one of the bigger ones. Several experts say that they really don't have a handle on how many cicadas are lurking underground but that 30 billion seems like a good estimate. At the Smithsonian Institution, researcher Gary Hevel thinks it

Another theory is that the unusual cycles ensure that different broods don't compete with each other much. And there's the mystery of just how these bugs know it's been 17years and time to come out, not 15 or 16 years. Past cicada invasions have seen as many as 1.5 million bugs peracre. Of course, most places along the East Coast won'tbe so swamped, andsome places, especially in cities, may see zero,says Chris Simon of the University of Connecticut. For example, Staten Island gets this brood of cicadas, but the rest of New York City and Long Island don't, she says. The cicadas also live beneath the metro areas of Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. Scientists a n d or d i n ary people with a bug fetish travel

In1953, a tornado devastated

Waco, Texas, claiming 114 lives.

SCIENCE

In1960,Israeli agents captured Nazi war criminal Adolf

Eichmann in BuenosAires, Argentina. In1981,legendary reggae artist Bob Marley died in a Miami hospital at age 36. The Andrew

Lloyd Webber musical "Cats" openedin London. In1985, 56 people died when a flash fire swept a jam-packed soccer stadium in Bradford,

England. In1996, an Atlanta-bound ValuJet DC-9 caught fire shortly after takeoff from

Miami and crashed into the Florida Everglades, killing all

110 people on board. Ten years ago:TheUnited States declared lraqi leader

Saddam Hussein's Baath Party dead. Lithuania became the first ex-Soviet republic to ap-

prove entry into the European Union as voters completed a weekend referendum. Canada beat Sweden 3-2 in Finland to win its first hockey world

championship in sixyears. Five years ago:Serbia's pro-Western president, Boris Tadic, declared victory in

parliamentary elections — a stunning upset over ultranationalists.

One year ago:A Chicago jury convicted Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson's former brother-

in-law, William Balfour, of murdering her mother, brother

and 7-year-old nephew. (Balfour was later sentenced to life in prison.)

BIRTHDAYS Comedian Mort Sahl is 86. Nation of Islam leader Louis Far-

rakhan is 80. Rock singer Eric Burdon (The Animals; War) is 72. Actress Shohreh Agh-

dashloo is 61. Actress Frances Fisher is 61. Actor Boyd Gaines is 60. Country musician Mark

Herndon (Alabamaj is 58.

Actress Martha Quinn is 54. Actor Tim Blake Nelson is 49.

Actor Jeffrey Donovan is 45. Country musician Keith West

(Heartland) is45. Actor Nicky Katt is 43. Actor Coby Bell is 38. Actor-singer Jonathan Jackson is 31. Actor Cory Monteith is 31. — From wire reports

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — The human brain is far slower than a Major League fastball or a blistering tennis serve — but it has figured out a workaround. New research by University of California, Berkeley scientists solves a puzzle that has long mystified anyone who has watched, in awe, as elite athletes respond to incoming balls that can surpass 90 mph. The brain perceives speeding objects as further along in their trajectory than seen by the eyes, giving us time to respond, according to research by Gerrit Maus, lead author of a paper published in this week's issue of the j ournal Neuron. This clever adjustmentcompensating for the sluggish route from the eyes to neural decision-making - "is a sophisticated prediction mechanism," he said. "As soon as the brain knows something is moving, it pushes the position of the object moving forward, so there's a more accurate measure of w here this object actually is," said Maus. This is useful in survival situations far more important than sports — such as when we're crossing a street, in front

In that split second, there's a lot of work for the body to do. Eyes must first find the ball. The sensory cells in the retina determine itsspeed and rush this information to the brain. Then the brain sends messages through the spinal cord that tell muscles in the arms and legs to respond. "By the time the brain receives the information, it's already out of date," said Maus. For th e e x periment, six volunteers had their b r ains scanned with a fu n c tional MRI as they viewed the "flashdrag effect," a two-part visual illusion in which we see brief flashes shifting in the direction of a motion. The researchers found that the illusion — f l ashes perceived in their predicted locations against a moving background and flashes actually shown in their predicted location against a still background — createdthe same neuralactivity patterns in the V5 region of the brain. In an earlier study, they stimulated this part of the brain to interfere with neural activity, and disrupted this visual position-shifting mechanism. The finding could also help explain why a l tered trajectories can fool us — such as tennis backspins or baseball pitches with s o -called late break. A clearer understanding of how the brain processes objects in motion can eventually help in diagnosing and treating myriad disorders, including those that impair motion perception, according to the UC Berkeley team. People who cannot perceive motion cannot predict locations of objects and thereforecannot perform

of a speeding car. Former Yankees c atcher Yogi Berra pondered the mystery, once asking: "How can you think and hit at the same time?" You can't, because there's not time for both. "But you don't need to think about it, because the brain does it automatically," said Maus. At the average major league speed of 90 mph, a baseball leaves the pitcher's hand and travels about 56 feet to home plate in only 0.4 seconds, or 400 milliseconds. Tennis is even faster. Last May, courtside radar g u ns m easured a serve by Briti sh

tasks as simple as pouring a cup of coffee or crossing a road, researchers said. "The brain doesn't work in real time," said Maus.

residents from North Carolina to Connecticut will be outnumbered by cicadas 600to-1. Maybe more. And the invaders will be loud. A chorus of buzzing male cicadas can rival a jet engine. Chris Simon University of Connecticut via The Associated

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to see them. Thomas Jefferson once wrote about an invasion of this very brood at Monticello, his home in Virginia. While t hey s t a y u n d erground, the bugs aren't asleep. As some of the world's longestlived insects, they go through different growth stages and molt four times before ever getting to the surface. They feed on a tree fluid called xylem. Then they go above ground, where they molt, leaving behind a crusty brown shell, and grow a

singles bar early, Raupp says. They come out first as nymphs, which are essentially wingless and silent juveniles, climb on to tree branches and molt one last time, becoming adult winged cicadas. They perch on tree branches and sing, individually or in a chorus. Then when a female comes close, the males change their song, they do a dance andmate,he explained. The males keep m ating ("That's what puts the 'cad'

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eventually the female lays 600 or so eggs on the tip of a branch. The offspring then dive-bomb out ofthe trees,bounce offthe ground and eventually burrow into the earth, he says. "It's a t reacherous, precarious life," Raupp says. "But somehow they make it work."

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Debt Continued from A1 Like hundreds of thousands of others in his generation, he has put off such major purchases ordecisions in part because of his debts. Gill owes about $45,000 in federal student loans, plus another $40,000 to his parents. That investment in his future has led to a secure job with decent pay and good benefits. But it has left him with tremendous f inancial constraints, as h e faces chipping away at the debt for years on end. "There's this anxiety: What if I decided I wanted to get married or have children'?" Gill said."I don't know how I would. And that adds to the sense of precariousness. There's a persistent, buzzing kind of toothache around it." The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in a new study, found that 30-year-olds with student loans are now l ess likely to have debts like home mortgages than 30-year-olds without student loans — even though most of those with student loans are better educated and can expect to earn more money over their lifetimes. The same patternholds true for 25year-olds and car loans. "It is a new thing, a big social experiment that we've accidentally decided to engage in," said Kevin Carey, the director of

— a decline of about 15 percent in real terms since 2000, with much of that drop coming from the recession. According to calculations by the Pew Research Center, the measure ofdebt to income for households under the age of 35 has ballooned to about 1.5to-1 in 2010 from about 1-to-1 in 2001. The composition of that debt has shifted, too: More is tied to student debts, and less to homes. "Having a lot of student-loan debt makes it harder

to qualify for a mortgage and Shane Gill, a high-school teacher, owes about $45,000 in federal student loans, plus another $40,000 to his parents. The anemic economy has left millions struggling to get ahead, and student debt is a drag on many.

young people just establishing themselves from making

run,even ifitdelays some purchases in the near term. "For an individual going to college and ending up with a lot of debt — you're still better off," said Chris Christopher of the forecasting firm IHS Global Insight. There might, however, be a slice of young workers who

paid huge sums for degrees that prove less valuable on the job market, saddled by a debt burden that could end up holding them back for decades. Gill said his education remained a v i ta l i n vestment, even if the debt overhang has for now put white-picket fences or a condo with a gleaming view out of reach. "Sometimes I think: 'What if I were to buy an apartment?'" he said. "It is like asking: 'What am I going to do when I first land on the moon? What's the first thought that I will have when I see Earth from outer space?'"

harder to save for a down payment," said Jed Kolko, the chief economist at Trulia. Student-loan debt is not only constraining young adults, but also, at least in the near term, holding back the recovery itmajor purchases. But millions self, some economists say. The now face putting a substantial shadows might remain even share of their take-home pay as the economy picks up, by gaining a college degree retoward past debts rather than making young workers more mains well worth it in the long present needs. Student-loan cautious when it comes to dedebt leaves them with l ess cisions about t heir c areers money for things like clothes and their finances. Millennials and restaurant meals. And it might end up buying less-exis even more likely to suppress pensive homes or more often purchases of more expensive choosing to rent than previous items that need to be bought generations. "The debt is shifting how with credit. • 4 The poor job market is com- much young people can spend, pounding the problem: The and it can also be a powerful educational debt burden of psychological thing as well," I • • r ' 0 ' many so-called millennials has said Selma Hepp, an economist dramatically increased even at the California Association of as they are being forced to get Realtors. Pearl District Location by on significantly less income O n the other side of t h e than the previous generation equation, many college gradu-

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the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation, a research group based in Washington. "Let's send a whole class of people out into their professional lives with a negative net worth. Not starting at zero, but starting at a minus that is often measured in the tens of thousands of dollars. Those minus signs have psychological impact, I suspect. They might have a dollars-and-cents impact in what you can afford, too." The weak economy and tight credit standards remain the main culprits preventing

ates now in their 20s and early 30s should eventually be able to make up for lost ground. Students who take on debt to pay forhigher education commit themselves to paying off huge sums, but they usually lift their lifetime earnings by substantial amounts. And they are in a better position to insulate themselves against economic bad times, given the profound rewards the job market provides to the college-educated. Indeed, the economy is far more punishing to w o rkers without a college degree. The college-educated earn, on average, 80 percent more than those who only completed high school, a premium that has widened overthe last30 years. Unemployment rates for the lesseducated are higher,too. For most young workers,

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The data confirm Oregon's Hospitals have been relucreputation a s a l ow - c ost, tant to release their chargehigh-quality health care state, masters, or list prices, because said Andy Van Pelt, spokes- it weakens their negotiating man for the Oregon Associa- positions with insurance comtion of Hospitals and Health panies, he said. "But I think also hospitals Systems. "We are in the forefront of have been reluctant to disclose the country for health care the fact that their list prices reform," he said. "We are light are not consistent with realyears ahead of what everyone ity," he said. else is doing in terms of the triIn one extreme example, ple aim of health care reform: cited by Health and Human reducing c o sts, i m p roving Services Secretary Kathleen outcomes and improving the Sebelius as she announced the data's release, a joint replacepatient experience." St. Charles' prices were be- ment costs as little as $5,300 low the national average for in Ada, Okla., or as much as 97 of the 100 procedures listed, $223,000 in Monterey Park, said Steve Strang, St. Charles' Calif. director of performance For inpatient procedures, analytics. p atients rarely pay the f u ll "We were pleased and en- price listed by hospitals. A couraged that St. Charles is privately insured patient may below the national average quickly spend his or her $2,000 on all of the major highlighted deductible, and the remainder surgeries. We've been work- of the cost is negotiated by the ing hard to keep our prices hospital and th e i n surance fair and as low as possible," he company. Many other patients sa>d. are covered by Medicare or Part of the reason for the Medicaid. wide variances in pricingIn Central Oregon, 70-75 even in the same region or city percent of the patients are on — is that, until now, hospitals Medicare or Medicaid, said St. had no idea how much their Charles' Strang. Another 25 peers across town were charg- percent or so are privately ining, he said. sured, and many of the small "Without the benchmarking fraction of uninsured qualify data, it's been kind of a guess- for the hospital's financial asing game," he said. "This fills sistanceprogram, he said. that void to some degree. It A more expensive hospital gives us insight into what oth- doesn't necessarily provide er places are charging." better care, and may in fact Hospitals also face different be cheaper for a patient if it expenses depending on their has a relationship with his or size and location. A smaller, her insurance provider, so the regional hospital in Bend or new data isn't really a tool for Corvallis may pay more for individuals hoping to comparsupplies once transportation ison shop, the way they would costs are included, and they when buying a car. also lack the volume to neBut when reviewed in aggotiate large discounts with gregate, the new information suppliers. may put downward pressure Conversely, larger h ospi- on overall health care costs. "If these data can a llow tals in big cities typically have higher real estate costs, and consumer groups or insurers their staffs command higher to help patients choose hospisalaries. tals that provide better value, There are other reasons for that'sa service to everybody," the wildly divergent pricing Luck said. structures. Some hospitals are Luck hopes the government teaching facilities, and have will release similar data about higher costs associated with outpatient services, and sereducation. Others have special vices provided at doctors' offacilities, such as a 24-hour fices. That information has the burn unit, that drive prices potential to reduce costs for higher. individuals. Some populations served Say a patient needs an MRI by hospitals are less healthy or CT scan, and one facility than others, and they cost charges $900 for the test while more to treat, and Medicare's another charges $1,400. Bereimbursement formula tries cause the patient will probably to take t h ese factors i n to not go over his or her deducaccount. ible in either case, the $500 differencecomes outof hisorher Comparing value, pocket. lowering costs "Consumers have even less The next step will be com- information about the costs of bining the pricing information those tests than they do about

hospital services," he said. Van Pelt, of the Oregon Association of H o spitals and Health Systems, hopes the new data help empower patients to ask more informed questions about the cost of the care they are receiving and createa more transparent environment around health care. "Just like making any big purchase or investment, you want to ask questions," he said. "If the data that was released starts that c o nversation, I think that's a good thing."

Strang also sees the data release as a positive develo pment, and s u pports t h e release of additional pricing information. "We at St. Charles think that that would be fantastic, to provide more transparency to customers in the value equation," he said. "There are so many complexities in health care and mixed incentives that make it difficult, but certainly I think the more transparency on pricing the better."

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GIBSON CITY, IIL — Mike Harroun sat in the ticket booth of his Harvest Moon Twin Drive In Theatre collecting admissions, well aware of the inevitable. He couldn't afford the $160,000 needed to convert his film projectors to digital. He'd have to close the quirky windpowered theater with the 1940s carousel, a regional landmark he and his sons had run for nearly a quarter-century. Then a woman in an SUV carrying a load of little girls pulled up and handed Harroun a jar filled with coins. Tracy Jennings explained that her daughter, Macy, and her friends ran a lemonade stand and wanted to donate all the proceeds — $80 — to save the drive-in. "It brought tears to his eyes," Mike's son Ben recalled, "and I had to switch places with him." Macy and hundreds of others ended up saving the Harvest Moon, which has occupied that spot about 110 miles south of Chicago since 1954. The Harrouns recently threw a party to thank all the contributors, offering free food and admission to the first public screening of what might be considered a love story — a documentary about drive-ins, "Going Attractions." Across much of the country, many of the 357 drive-in theaters that remain from the original peak of m ore than 5,000 are opening this season — the 80th anniversary of the drive-in and perhaps the most precarious year. Of Illinois' 12 drive-ins, at least four have converted to digital or are about to, including the Cascade Drive In of West Chicago, where the owners are willing to dig deep to fund the transition. Others, like the McHenry OutdoorTheatre in McHenry, are l aunching

fundraising campaigns while relying on movies produced on film, a rapidly evaporating pool that might disappear by the fall.

'Go with the change or you're going to go extinct' Some probably w i l l be nudged into the H ollywood hereafter by th e staggering cost of changing to d i gital projection. The predicament has made this year something of a referendum on how Americans value drive-ins, and perhaps by extension, how much we value nostalgia and the offbeat ambience of taking a typically indoor activity outdoors. "It's just like when sound came to movies," said Scott Dehn, owner of the McHenry Outdoor. "You either have to go with the change or you're going to go extinct." The Harrouns began serious consideration of that gloomy possibility in about February 2012. Converting to digital required them to replace their conventional fil m p r ojector, an initial investment that can reach into six figures. But the cost of creating a digital copy of a movie is $50-$100 compared withup to $1,500 for a 35 mm feature film. Digital projection already had swept through most indoor theaters, and drive-in owners knew the availability of movies on film would soon drop drastically. "We decided to do a little fundraising to see how many people wanted to save the drive-in," Ben Harroun said. T hey announced a c a mpaign via Facebook and on the drive-in's website. They raffled off a 1967 Mustang, which generated about $9,000. They hosted a concert, which lost $5,000. After a few months, the Harrouns raised about $10,000. Then they heard about an indoor theater t ha t r a i sed $150,000 in two weeks for the digital changeover, via Kickstarter.com. The fundraising clearinghouse allows individuals and groups to create an o nline donor campaign for projects, typically artistic or cultural, over a set time period. If the f undraising falls short, t h e project creators get nothing and the potential donors are not charged. The Ha r r o un s so u g ht $120,000. By t h ei r s e lf-imposed deadline of late September, they'd received pledges of $49,000, Be n H a r r oun recalled.

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Heidi Mules and Gary Katzer watch a documentary about the history of drive-ins with their dog, Trixie, on an inflatable mattress at the Harvest Moon Twin Drive In Movie Theatre in Gibson City, III. "When that fell through," he added, "we almost lost hope." But they reorganized and created their own fundraising campaign, "Save the Drive In," on the Harvest Moon website. Among those who donated were Macy, of Bloomington, and Payton Whitman, of Cullom, population 550. The 10year-olds and their families were regularsat the Harvest Moon, and both kids decided independently to set up lemonade stands to help the drive-in. They ended up donating near-

ly $350. "I love it more than the (indoor) movie theater," Macy said a few days before attending the donor party. She en-

joys playing Frisbee or jumping ropebefore the movie and during the intermission, and w atching movies from h e r sleeping bag in the back of her family's open SUV hatchback. Businesses also had gotten involved. Neal Tire and Auto Service, which has 22 stores in Illinois, including a Gibson City location, started by donat-

hoping for a similar outcome as he mounts a campaign to pay for digital. The Volo Auto Museum has given him a truck from a Superman movie to use in a promotion. Meanwhile, he's going to show movies on film until the supply runs dry, he said. Drive-ins are "kind of like a time machine," Dehn said. "You go in there, and you're back in the '40s and '50s. That's not something that's created anywhere else." He'll officially start his campaign on Memorial Day, trying to capitalize on the summer season, when drive-ins achieve their highest recognition in people's minds. "I haven't thought about not making it," Dehn said. "I'm pretty dedicated to finding some way to make this

happen."

Many drive-ins have quirky details that give them notoriety. Apart from the Harvest Moon's wind power, which generates about one-third of its electricity needed during ing $25 for every oil change a season, the Harrouns are and ended up contributing a installing solar panels. The total of $10,000, said Scott Car- McHenry Outdoor Theater's lon, director of marketing and screen is a seven-story tower strategic planning. A number with i n door c o mpartments of employeeshave frequented and a ladder that runs to the the Harvest Moon, he added. roof. " In th e w h ole r ealm o f West Chicago's Cascade, things, it was a relatively easy according to owner Jeff Kohldecision to make," Carlon said, berg, is the only drive-in that noting that the Harvest Moon provides grills for customers, has been a successful enter- and it has a giant 117-by-49prisefor years and clearly is foot screen. Kohlberg, 66, who valued by the community. grew up working at his father's By late February, the com- Starlite Drive In in Oak Lawn, munity h a d r a i sed n early said he considered fundraising $60,000, the Harrouns said, for t h e C a s cade's d i gital a llowing M ik e H a r roun t o change but ended up funding borrow $100,000 to make the the effort himself. "I could operate that theater conversion. Shortly after it opened this if I could just break even and spring, that total received a survive," said Kohlberg, who surprise$500 boost from 7- was supervising hi s d r iveyear-old Alaric Fulton, of Mon- in's conversion last week. "I ticello. Alaric was born weeks couldn't do anything else. I early at Northwestern Memo- haven't done anything else. rial Hospital, and he and his This is in our blood." parents select a service project Nationally, the fate of the to give back every year on his 357 drive-insremains uncerbirthday, as a way of showing tain. Some estimate that about their appreciation for the care 250 will remain open this time they received at Northwestern. next year, a precipitous fall This year, Alaric asked if from the 4,500 to 5,500 driveguests to his birthday party ins that existed in their heyday would donate to the drive-in of the late 1950s, before they and make ninja headbands were ravaged by s uburban for young patients at St. Jude sprawl, VCRs, DVD players Children's Research Hospital. and sophisticated home enterThe Harrouns were so touched tainment systems. that they pledged to contribAgainst that bleak backute 30 percent of all donations drop, April Wright sees reathey receive for a " Support son for hope. Wright, a Chithe Drive In" fundraiser to St. cago-area native living in Los Jude. Neal Tire matched the Angeles,spent five years and $500 donation. visited more than 400 open, "Each gift comes with a abandoned or former drive-in story," Ben Harroun wrote in sites in the 48 contiguous states a Facebook post after the Ful- to make the documentary "Gotons made their "amazing" ing Attractions: The Definitive donation. "This one is one of Story of the American Drivethe best of what humanity can In Movie." offer." She said A m ericans are looking for more family-cenLike a time machine tric activities, particularly afM cHenry owner Dehn i s fordable activities. Drive-ins'

ticket prices often are lower than those of indoor venues, and viewers get two f i l ms. Some outdoor theaters even allow patrons to bring their own food. The other sign of hope is Hollywood's trend toward superhero, animated and more family-friendly movies, Wright said. All of those factors play directly to drive-ins' strengths. The genres — for the most part — appeal to families, and

drive-inscreens are massive compared to indoor theaters, making the viewing experience that much more powerful and larger-than-life. "The other thing you have to look at is drive-in capacity is so large compared to indoor theaters," she said, noting that the typical indoor theater has 250 seats. "When a drive-in is selling an audience, it's bringing in 500 to 2,000 people to a screening," Wright added. "These big movies that are family-friendly are exactly the types of spectacle movies that

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Jason Michael Donaldson, 36, slipped away from a crew of Deer Ridge Correctional Institution inmates doing fuels reduction in the forest near Phil's Trail sometime between 1:15 and 1:45 p.m. Tuesday. Donaldson Sgt. Dan Connor of the Oregon State Police said investigators have not solidly connected Donaldson with a vehicle stolen shortly after he escaped. The vehicle was reported missing from Widgi Creek Golf Club on Century Drive about two hours after Donaldson left the work crew; Connor said it was located in the Portland area the following day. "We're still investigating that. We have our suspicions and beliefs and all of that, but nobody physically saw him in the vehicle, that kind of thing," Connor said. Along with Central Oregon and Portland-area law enforcement, the OSP was assisted by agencies based in Eugene and Lincoln City. Connor said investigators called on friends and family of Donaldson around the state to try to determine where he was, a process that ultimately led to the ttp that put htm at a Beaverton Motel 6 on Friday morning. SeeInmate /B5

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By Leslie Pugmire Holee The Bulletin t took the poster for things to click, an illustrated history highlighting the wealth of art deco architecture in Redmond. City Development Director Heather Richards knew Redmond had some special buildings because she fielded the occasional phone inquiry by architecture buffs, but it was the poster that prompted the "aha"moment. "I saw th e p oster i n K a t hy's of-

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posed budget: He singled out the campus as deserving of funds it needs to become a four-year university. Rep. Gene Whisnant, R-Sunriver, was one of the lawmakers who went from defending the campus' existence to lobbying for its expansion. It finally appears, he said, "as if the stars have lined up." Friday afternoon, OSUCascades Vice President Becky Johnson addressed members of the powerful Ways and Means Subcommittee on Capital Construction. She urged lawmakers to approve the $16 million the university needs to become a four-year institution. If realized, Johnson said, a four-year university would have a "transformative effect on the Central Oregon community." "And we hope we can count on your support," she sald. So far, it seems she has it. House Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, who co-chairs the committee, called the expansion a"wise investment." See OSU-Cascades/B5


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fyou'reconsidering a no vote on any of several money measures on Central Oregon ballots this month because you're upset over problems with the state's Public Employees Retirement System, don't. You're aiming at the wrong target. In fact, taking anger at PERS spendingout on localmoney measures is about as logical as refusing to pay your doctor's bill because the hospital administrator earns too much. Failure to do the first will have no influence on the second. W e agree that PERS is i n need of change. Its contributors — school districts, cities and other government agencies, including Deschutes County's 911 districtmust replace money lost in the last recession to the tune of $14 billion. But those changes lie in the hands of legislators, not in those of local taxing districts. Lawmakers in Salem have made minor adjustments this year, to be sure, though Democrats have kept them relatively small. They did agree to cap automatic cost-ofliving increases, but by less than half of what Gov. John Kitzhaber wanted. And, they agreed to end the practice of paying out-of-state retirees a bonus designed to cover Oregon income taxes those retirees no longer pay.

But as they made those good but small changes, they made another one that is no good at all. They simply said that money local governments and the state should pay to PERS next year won't be paid, at least not now. That may save money in the short run but will cost the system over time. No one incharge oflocalspending — no city council, no school board, no park district or 9 11 board — can change what it must spend on PERS, unfortunately. That is a matter of state law, not local control. All of that argues for keeping PERS out of your decision-making equation as you prepare to vote, whether it is on the levies for the Madras pool, Deschutes County 911 and the La Pine Rural Fire Protection District, or the school bonds in Crook County, Culver and Bend-La Pine. Instead, weigh those requests on their merits: Will the money these agencies seek make our communities better? That, not PERS, is the question that should count.

Need more than IRSapology ews that the Internal Revenue Service made life difficult for some conservative political groups during the last election campaign got your juices flowing, if you are a suspicious sort. Employees of the agency's Cincinnati, Ohio, office singled out for extra scrutiny groups with the words "tea party" and "patriot" in their applications for tax-exempt status last year, according to The Washington Post. The agency's Lois Lerner admitted to and apologized for the agency's actions at an American Bar Association conference Friday. She said the practice began because the agency was swamped with applications. The law allows some tax-exempt charities to be involved in politics so long as that is not their primary focus. Lerner said the actions were those of lowlevel employees and that superiors were unaware of what was going on. All of which, if you tend to doubt the motives of those in government under the best of circumstances, only confirms what you already know. Uncle Sam is out to get you, and get you he will. Even if you're not inclined to see a federal boogeyman under your bed, the story still raises serious questions.

IRS employees involved in the targeting apparently all worked in the agency's Cincinnati office, for one thing. Ohio, you will recall, was a critical swing state during the last presidential election, the one with the second largest number of electoral college votes among that group, and the one no Republican has won a presidency without. Barack Obama carried Ohio by less than 2 percentage points. The agency says employees were not motivated by politics, though that seems difficult to believe. Then there's this: Apology notwithstanding, IRS officials apparently have not said what happened to the employees who targeted conservative groups. Were they punished'? Fired'? We don't know. Nor is it clear why their superiors were unaware of their actions. A simple apology is not enough in this case. The agency needs to make clear just what happened, and why, how the problem was uncovered and what happened to those whose actions went well beyond what was required to determine tax status. Not surprisingly, those targeted say they want to know more. So, we suspect,do Americans of all political persuasions. The IRS needs to say much more than it has so far.

M IVickel's Worth Irrational idiocies in bomb suspects

Form Alfalfa fire district Your article "Firefighting options for the eastcounty are debated," published April 14, failed to mention a seventh option and one that the Deschutes County commissioners would most likely prefer. This option is that citizens in the unprotected areas form their own volunteer fire districts, taking responsibility for their own fire protection. In Alfalfa, we are more than 12 miles from the nearest Bend Fire Station, making the response time to a fire in Alfalfa too long, greatly diminishing the effectiveness of an early response. Unfortunately, none of the six options presented to the council included the creation of any firefighting facilities in the three unprotected areas. Having facilities in those areas would be the best way to provide crucial early response time and protection to those citizens. We have completed the petitionsigning process and intend to have the question of formation of an Alfalfa Fire District placed on this November's ballot, and voted on by the registered voters in our proposed fire district. The question will include a proposed tax of $1.75 per $1,000 of assessed value per year, much lower than the $2.50 per $1,000 as per the commission option. The advantage forresidents in ourproposed fire district is that with funds from the tax, state, federal grants and donations, we will be able to build and equip a fire station within our area, enabling us to quickly respond to fires and emergencies within our district.

The mother of the Boston bombers,in "defense" of her sons offered a string of irrational idiocies that she capped off with "God is Great." For her, not so much. Look into the eyes of our recent mass violence perpetrators and you can see the same irrational i d iocies w ithin. If every village has an idiot, then given the world's population, there must be a hundred million of them. They walk among us.Back in the day when villages were small, villagers knew who the village idiot was. Now they hide in plain sight. I contend that these modernday idiots recognize each other at times. While most of the time they remain l oners, sometimes they clump together to do idiotic things, some of which are violent. Most likely they form a fringe extreme group that wants to pass itself off as "normal." They want to pass off their idiotic ideas as normal and would want you to believe the majority of people or everybody agrees with them. Indeed, if a pack of these idiots get a mind to, they launch excessive letter writing campaigns making it seem as though everyone must agree with them. Did you see all those letters'? We should never underestimate the power of large numbers of useful idiots. They undermine our natural order. Who in his right mind would want the global village in its collective wisdom to raise our children when the idiots are running the village? Andre Pinette Redmond

Lower Whychus needs protection

I was pleased to see Whychus Creek featured in the recent article "Preserving Whychus: A hike reminds why" on April 29. I am on the board of directors for anewgroup, the Friends and Neighbors (aka FANS) of the Deschutes Canyon Area that isfocused on helping to preserve and restore public lands in our backyards, including lower Whychus Creek. Lower Whychus Creek historically held some of the best steelhead spawning habitat in our watershed. Thanks to huge community investments, we are now welcoming back the first steelhead and salmon runs in nearly 50 years. I applaud the Deschutes Land Trust and other local groups for their efforts to preserve and restorekey sections ofWhychus Creek, ensuring that they are protected for future generations. However, the cherished section of the creek that runs through public land at Alder Springs and into the Deschutes River lacks permanent protection. As part of the Deschutes Canyon Wilderness Study Area, Lower Whychus Creek will be in limbo until Congress takes action to permanently protect the area. I urge everyone who cares for this special place to support efforts to preserve the entirety of Whychus Creek and the greater Deschutes Canyon Area. We have devoted millions of dollars toward restoring Whychus Creek, securing public access to spectacular trails and bringing steelhead and salmon back to our watershed. It's time to protect David Warren, member of Alfalfa Fire our investment. District Formation Committee Diane Randgaard Bend Terrebonne

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Candidate Gottlieb Uses 'revolutionary' grassroots campaign By Justin Gottiieb opinion" is the people of Oregon love Bend's parks and recreation system. Bend Park 8 Recreation District is a vital community asset and should retain its integrity and independence. Beginning March 4, I spoke with 1,364 citizens, residents and businesses while k nocking o n 3 , 037 doors. It is "documented" fact. Ask the people! No one from the city of Bend or BPRD has reviewed any factual and n umerical data. The methodology is defined as an active grassroots campaign. It is the "revolutionary" technique that defeated the British Empire. A "vote" of the people will occur on May 21. The following response isoffered to therecent endorsements of Craig Chenoweth. I have the following con-

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• A perceived conflict of interest relating to his paid employment at the City of Bend. • A lack of regular attendance at board meetings and BPRD events. • A real and overt possibility of City ofBend resources being used

regarding BPRD planning, development and review. The role of government is to manage social change and civic infrastructure: parks, police, water, fire, education and other "shared" community assets. Individuals differ in their level of use and involvement. Beginning in2008, economic hardships began to affect us all. My concern is that property owners, renters, and visitors financially support the entire system and not just specific pieces. Is an individual who pays for activities more valuable than someone who casually strolls in

IN MY VIEW a park at no cost'? Under the current administration, the answer is "yes.n

The philosophy is propelling the organization in a biased direction toward existing "money" instead of community "wealth" and "posterity"; capital improvement vs. community investment. A park user cannot be

specifically defined by pay-to-play programs and participation. My goal is to represent all park users. Financial capacity is irrelevant in regard to the public trust and resources; "every child w il l l earn how to swim." When mom and dad are not around, children still need to tread water.Each day, I wonder why so many living in our city, state and country are failing to swim. Everyone is someone's child. This is a multi-generational problem. Se-

niors, families and individuals are experiencing significant hardships that are contrary to the notion of an "American dream." It is our "neighborhood" in the State of Oregon; all politics is local and America is the New World. As Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes argued, America only survives and grows because we share ideas — the good, the bad and the ugly. There is no singlecorrect answer; only "hope" and an unknown future. I suggest that we all heed the advice. As a government, BPRD can address big issues. I only intend to bring a new and different "voice" to the table; that of the "Great Recession." It requires a majority vote of directors to enact any change in policy, procedure or park law (Comprehensive

Plan). In conclusion, I would like to clarify

my position on Mirror Pond. The recent BPRD survey and questionnaire was poorly developed, written and executed. It only scratched the surface of multiple options and opportunities. The dam must be removed or replaced; even still, the silt/sludge will continue to build in the riverbed. These are the facts that need debate! Our community must discuss the future of downtown Bend's riverfront in relation to the larger Deschutes River Trail. M y v i s ioning process is macro-development not micro. I look at the entire forest and not just a "tree." I envision returning the river to a free flowing state while retaining a Mirror Pond "feature." It would be a privilege to represent the people as a district director. Please remember to "vote." — Justin Gottlieb is a candidate for the Bend Park R Recreation District.


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Delh/......104/81/000 106/85/pc105/81/pc Cheyenne.......64/36/000 ..62/41/pc. 72/46/pc MadisonWl.....54/42/052.. 55/35/sh. 53/35/pc Berlin...........66/48/0 00...63/45/c. 58/41/sh Osaka..........72/55/0.43..73/62/sh.. 74/61/s Chicago.........47/45/042 ..59/40/sh. 54/40/pc Memphis....... 77/64/1 06 .. 74/51/t .. 68/46/s Bogota .........66/50/0.10...68/50/t...70/46/t Oslo............54/43/0.00...60/40/c. 59/41/sh Cincinnati.......69/57/055 ..66/42/sh. 58/35/pc Miami . . . . 87/71/000 85/75/pc 85/76/pc Budapest........79/50/0 00...71/53/c. 65/47/sh Ottawa .........63/52/0.00..61/43/sh. 55/37/sh Cleveland.......74/60/0 55 ..65/44/sh. 57/37/pc Milwaukee......43/41/084.. 56/38/sh. 51/39/pc BuenosAires.....75/63/0 00...70/51/s. 66/52/pc Paris 57/50/0 0060/41/sh 59/42/pc Colorado Spnngs..61/36/NA... 63/43/t. 72/45/pc Miuneapolis.....67/37/0.00 ..51/32/pc.. 55/39/s Cabo580Lucas..82/68/0.00..86/64/pc.. 86/64/s Rio de Janeiro....sl/61/0.00... 77/62/5.. 7I62/s Columbia,MO...62/57/007..67/39/sh.. 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NBA

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Heat Bulls • Heat lead series 2-1

104 94

Spurs Warriors • Spurs lead series,2-1

102 92

Roundup,C3

T'wolves waive former Blazer Roy MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Tim-

berwolves havewaived guard Brandon Roy, likely bringing an end to

an All-Star career that was shortened by knee problems. Roy, a three-time All-

Ducks are 'businessas usual' while awaiting NCAAdecision • Investigation into possiblerecruiting violations hangsoverOregon By Anne M. Peterson The Associated Press

Now that spring football is all w r apped up, the Oregon Ducks wait to hear what the NCAA will decide about possible recruiting violations. New coach Mark Helfrich said earlier this week that it's "business as usual" as the Ducks head into the summer. His comments came following published reports that Oregon ap-

peared last month before the NCAA infractions committee about an investigation of possible violations. "Our general feeling has been to go about our business and not comment on the ongoing deal, as we've been requested to. Our guys have done a great job focusing on what they can control, and that's not one of those things," he saidon a Pac-12 coaches conference call. SeeDucks/C4

Don Ryan /The Associated Press

Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich watches play during his team's spring game in Eugene last month. Helfrich says an NCAA investigation is not affecting the program.

Star who retired while with the Portland Trail

Blazers before last season due to kneeissues, attempted acomeback

PREP BASEBALL

GIRLS PREP TENNIS

with the Timberwolves this season after going

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through a procedure that gave him hope that the chronic pain in his knees would be

aims

reduced. But after a promising

training camp, Roy's knee issues returned early in the regular season. He playedjust five games.

IS I'IC

— The Associated Press

NFL

Bulletin staff report VALE — Ridgeview coach Tim Miller knew he had a solid group of players coming out for the Ravens' inaugural girls tennis season. All he was worried about was their inexperience.

Duck impresses Panthers coaches CHARLOTTE, N.C.

— Running backKenjon

Now, Ridgeview stands lnSjrie

Barner, a sixth-round

draft pick from Oregon, was among the players singled out by coach Ron Rivera during the

first day of a rookie minicamp for the Carolina Panthers on Friday.

Barner was oneof 59 rookies participat-

ing in the camp. Barner worked not only out of the backfield Friday, but

also as a kick returner. He caught Rivera's eye

Photos by Rob Kerr/The Bulletin

Bend High second baseman Duke DeGaetano forces out Mountain View runner Levi Schlapfer while trying to turn a double play during Friday's game at Mountain View High School.

both on film before the draft and during Friday's workout. "It's interesting when you watch him," Rivera

said. "He's got some quickness. But he's

also a very smart young man. Hewas afifth-year senior who graduated.

as district chamPion. • prep results, With three singles PlayScoreboard ers advancing to the semifinals and two doubles teams f ollowing suit, an d w i t h the Ravens going 2-3-4 in the final singles standings, Ridgeview wrapped up the Class 4A/3A/2A/ IA Special District 5 tournament on Friday as the district champion. "Put it into perspective, it shows the quality of our team," Miller said. "We were willing to play, and they played lights out this season." Vale was second in the team standings, and Crook County took third. Sally Claridge defeated teammate Bailey Simmons in the semifinals before falling to Crook County's Elsa Harris in the singles championship 6-1, 6-1. Caitlin Carr finished third overall with a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Simmons in the third-place matchup. SeeRidgeview/C4

"I think he's shown that he has some ability.

He's going to be aguy where we're going to have to find a spot for

• Bend beats Mountain View 9-1, winning its seventh straight in the two teams'final Intermountain Conferencegameof the season

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grow and improve and flash like he's beendoing, he's got a real good chance to help us." Rivera admitted he

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was pleasantly surprised to find Barner still available when the Panthers'turn came in the sixth round. That's why the team did not hesitate to select him, despite the fact the Panthers appearto have a crowded and talented backfield, including veterans Jonathan Stewart, DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert. Stewart was a firstround pick out of Oregon back in 2008. — The Associated Press

Bend High's Caleb Gardner pitched a complete game against Mountain View.

Bulletin staff report Ending the season strong is huge, especially with the state p layoffs looming a r ound t h e corner. Bend High did just that on Friday, scoring six runs in the top of the first inning to cruise by host Mountain View 9-1 in a Class 5A Intermountain Conference baseball matchup. The victory increased the Lava Bears' winning streak to seven games, and they have taken 12 of their past 13 contests, with only a loss to Redmond High on April 24 disrupting the string of victories. "The kids have come together really well since we lost to Redmond," Bend coach Bret Bai-

ley said. "Consistency in hitting has been key. We have a lot of kids that produce at the plate and score a lot of runs." Caleb Gardner logged a complete game for the Bears (17-7 overall, 6-3 IMC), scattering five hits and striking out five en route to the win. "He threw a solid game," Bailey said of his senior pitcher. "Good defense behind him, so I think he was feeling pretty confident." The Bears jumped out to a 6-0 advantage after the top of the first inning, which included six walks, and Bend's pitching and defense limited the Cougars to one run and five hits to earn the win. See Bears/C4

PREP SOFTBALL

Madras clinches state play-in berth with walk-off win Bulletin staff report MADRAS — Sarah Brown of Madras hit a walk-off three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning Friday to give the White Buffaloes a 9-8 Tri-Valley Conference softball victory over North Marion. The win secured Madras, which trailed 8-4 after just three innings, third place in the TVC and a spot in the Class 4A play-in round. "It was a great comeback," White Buffalo coach Shawna McConnell said. See Madras /C4

CORRECTION Due to incorrect information provided to The Bulletin, team scores in the story headlined "Panther boys

and Storm girls claim titles" that ran Friday on

Page C1were incorrect. Mountain View's boys team won the In-

termountain Conference track championship with 127/~ points, and the Summit girls claimed the league title with 196/~ points.

Corrected team standings can befound in Scoreboard,C2.

TRACK & FIELD

Blind athletestreat pole vault like anyother hurdle By Jere Longman New Yorlz Times News Service

CHANDLER, Ariz. — Holding a fiberglass pole, Aria Ottmueller bent and touched the runway to locate her starting mark. A coach helped position her front foot. The foam vaulting pit at her high school

appeared only as a blue smudge. The crossbar was invisible to her. A thousand miles away, in East Texas, Charlotte Brown struggled to distinguish the runway from sur-

rounding grass or artificial turf. So her coachplaced a strip of carpet along the edge of the runway to provide a hazy visual contrast and guide her straight toward the bar. This weekend, Ottmueller, 17, and Brown, 15,are competing in their state track and field meets in the pole vault, pioneers with severe visual impairment who are further redefining what is considered an able-bodied athlete and what is considered a disabled one. In the

past, athletes with disabilities were not accommodated in mainstream high school sports. Now, athletes like Ottmueller and Brown are not only competing, but also succeeding against their able-bodied peers. Brown, a sophomore with a sprinter's speed, has cleared 11 feet 6 inches, which ranks just outside the top 100 performances this season by a prep vaulter. SeeBlind/C5

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Charlotte Brown,15, who is visually impaired, practices pole vaulting at Rains High School in Alba, Texas, on Wednesday. Brown and another teenager with severe visual impairment are set to pole vault in their state track and field meets.


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COREBOARD ON DECK Today Track: La PineatGilchrist Small School Invite,11a m. Boys tennis:Redmond,MountainView, Summit, Bend at districts inSunriver,9 a.m.(finals noon) Girls tennis: MountainView,Bend, Redmond, Summit at statequalifier in Hermiston, 9am.

PREP SPORTS Baseball Friday's results Class 5A Intermountain Conference

Bend 6 02 010 0 — 9 5 0 MountainView 000 001 0 1 5 4 Intermountain Hybrid

CrookCounty Summit Ridgeview Redmond

Sisters La Pine

(6 innings)

001 000 — 1 2 2 103 043 — 11 13 0

0 00 000 0 — 0 4 2 100 100 x — 2 9 1

Class 4A Sky-EmLeague (5 innings) 005 (12)3 000 00

2 01 7 1 — 0 2 8

Tri-Valley Conference Madras 010 001 0 2 6 0 North Marion 0 4 0 000 — x 4 5 I

Softball

x Wednesday, May15: Memphis at DklahomaCity, TBA x-Friday,May17.OklahomaCity atMemphis, TBA x-Sund ay,May19:MemphisatDklahomaCity,TBA

Friday's Summaries

Heat104, Bulls 94 MIAMI (184j James6-17 11-1125, Haslem2-3 0-0 4, Bosh 8-16 3-4 20,Chalmers3-63-3 9, Wade5-7 0-010, Battier 2-5 3-4 9,Allen1-62-3 4, Cole6-7 3-3 18, Andersen 2-31-25. Totals 35-7826-30184. CHICAGO (94j Butler 6-12 3317, Boozer10-161-2 21, Noah612 3-515, Robinson5-136-817, Belinegi 5-132-4 16,Gibson2-9 2-3 6,Teague1-20-0 2,Mohammed 0-0 0-0 0.Totals 35-77 17-25 94. Miami 25 27 18 34 — 184 Chicago 25 25 28 24 — 94

Spurs102, Warriors 92 SAN ANTONIO (102) Leonard 5-74-815, Duncan10-213-323, Splitter 2-3 0-0 4 Parker13-234-732 Da.Green1-3 0-03, Diaw4-50-09, Ginobili4-113-312 Joseph1-20-0 2,Neal0-1 2-22,Bonner0-30-00,Mils0-00-00, Blair 0-00-00. Totals 48-79 16-23102. GOLDEN STATE(92) Barnes4-104-412, Ezeli 0-2 0-0 0, Bogut5-9 1-411, Curry5-173-316, Thompson 7-200-017, DrGreen2-72 36, Jack5-121-1 11,Landry5-84-4 14, Lee2-31-1 5, Bazemore0 10-0 0, Machado0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-89 16-28 92. SanAntonio 32 25 22 23 — 182 Golden State 23 2 5 21 23 — 92

Friday's results Class 5A Intermountain Conference

PG A Tour

All Times PDT

Conference Overall OregonState Oregon

UCLA ArizonaState Stanford Arizona

W 18 19 15 12 11

10 10

L 4 5 7 10

W L 39 8

37 11 32 14 30 15 11 26 28 12 29 18 15 12 26 14 2 1 2 4 1 4 17 30 1 4 17 30 1 9 17 26

California WashingtonState 8 Washington 8 SouthernCal 8 Utah 6 Friday's Games Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference x-OregonatOhioState, ppd., rain NorthMarion 6 1 1 000 0 — 8 10 5 Utah 5,Washington 4 (10j Madras 220 000 5 9 12 3 IJCLA10,Arizona2 WashingtonState7, USC6 California 3,ArizonaState1 Class 4A Sky-EmLeague OregonState7, Stanford3 La Pine Today's Games 0 00 100 0 — 1 7 0 Sisters 3 20 001 0 — 6 3 0 Utah atWashington, noon x-OregonatOhioState(DHj,12:05 p.m. ArizonaatUCLA,2 p.m. Track & field OregonStateatStanford, 2 p.m. WashingtonStateat USC,7p.m. Thursday's Results ArizonaStateat California, 7 p.m. Intermountain ConferenceChampionships Sunday'sGames x-OregonatOhioState, 905a.m At RedmondHigh Boysscores MountainView 127.5,Redmond ArizonaStateat Califomia, noon 124.5, Summit104,Bend101,Ridgeview38, Crook Utah atWashington, noon Washington Stateat USC,1 p.m. County28. Girls team scores — Summit196.5, Bend OregonStateatStanford, 1 p.m. 110.5, Ridgeview82, Mountain View 73, Crook ArizonaatUCLA,1 p.m. x =nonconference County 36Redmond27. (51/2 innings; Gamecalled dueto weather) Redmond 000 001 — 1 3 0 Ridgeview 1 00 10x — 2 8 0

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CONFERENCESEMIFINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE Miami 2, Chicago1 Monday,May6:Chicago93, Miami86 Wednesd ay,May8:Miami115,Chicago78 Friday,May10:Miami104,Chicago94 Monday,May13:MiamiatChicago, 4p.m.

Wednesday,May15: Chicagoat Miami,TBA x-Friday,May17 Miamiat Chicago,TBA x-Sunday,May19: Chicagoat Miami, TBA Indiana1, NewYork1 Sunday,May5. Indiana102, NewYork95 Tuesday, May7: NewYork105, Indiana79 Today,May11:NewYorkat Indiana,5 p.m Tuesday,May14: NewYorkat Indiana,TBA Thursday, May16:Indianaat NewYork, 5p.m. x-Saturday,May18:NewYorkat Indiana,TBA x-Monday,May20:Indiana atNewYork, 5p.m. WESTERNCONFERENCE San Antonio 2, GoldenState1 Monday,May6. SanAntonio 129,GoldenState 127 (2 OTj Wednesd ay,May8:GoldenSt.100,SanAntonio91 Friday,May10:SanAntonio102, GoldenState92 Sunday,May12.SanAntonioat GoldenState, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday,May14: GoldenStateat SanAntonio, 6:30

p.m.

x-ThursdayMay16:SanAntonio at Golden State, TBA x-Sunday, May19: GoldenStateatSanAntonio, TBA OklahomaCity1, Memphis1 Sunday,May5 OklahomaCity 93,Memphis 91 Tuesday, May7.Memphis 99,OklahomaCity 93 Today,May11: OklahomaCity atMemphis, 2p.m. Monday,May13: OklahomaCity at Memphis, 6:30

p.m.

ChampionshipSeries (Best of seven;x-if necessary) Times PDT Portland 3, Edmonton2 Friday,May3: Edmonton4, Portland1 Saturday,May4: Portland 3, Edmonton0 Tuesday, May7: Portland3, Edmonton1 Wednesd ay,May8.Portland2 Edmonton1 Friday,May10JEdmonton3, Portland 2(OTj Sunday,May12:PortlandatEdmonton,4 p.m. x-Monday,May13:Edmonton atPortland, 7 p.m.

College

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WHL WESTERN HOCKEYLEAGUE Playoffs

GOLF

Pac-12 Standings

Intermountain Hybrid First Game

Summit 0 10 202 01 — 6 9 1 Crook County 102 101 02 — 7 12 0

San Jose4, Vancouver8 Wednes dayMayI:SanJose3,VancouverI Friday,May3:SanJose3 Vancouver2, OT Sunday,May5: SanJose5,Vancouver2 Tuesday, May7.San Jose4,Vancouver3,OT Los Angeles 4,St. Louis 2 Tuesday, April 30 St.Louis2, LosAngees1, OT Thurs day,May2:St.Louis2,LosAngelesI Saturday, May4: LosAngeles1, St.Louis 0 Monday, May6:LosAngeles4,St.Louis3 Wednes day,May8:LosAngeles3,St.Louis2 Friday,May10:LosAngeles 2,St. I.ouis1

BASEBALL

MountainView 004 100 0 5 8 2 Bend 002 700 x — 9 15 3

CrookCounty 1 0 1 312 4 — 12 9 I Summit 220 011 1 — 6 12 5

Sunday,May5: Minnesota 3,Chicago2,OT Tuesd ay,May7Chicago3 Minnesota0 Thurs day,May9:Chicago5,Minnesota1 Anaheim 3, Detroit 3 Tuesday, April 30: Anaheim3, Detroit1 Thursday, May2: Detroit 5, Anaheim4, OT Saturday,May4:Anaheim 4, Detroit 0 Monday,May6:Detroit 3,Anaheim2,OT Wednesday, May8:Anaheim 3,Detroit 2, OT Today,May10.Detroit 4,Anaheim3,OT Sunday,May12: Detroit atAnaheim, 7p.m.

FIRSTROUND

(Best-of-7) (x-if necessary) EASTERNCONFERENCE Pittsburgh 3, N.Y.Islanders 2 Wednesday, May1 Pittsburgh5, N.Y.Islanders 0

Friday,May3: N.Y. Islanders4, Pittsburgh3 Sunday,May5:Pittsburgh 5, N.Y.Islanders4, OT Tuesday, May7: N.Y. Islanders6, Pittsburgh 4 Thursday,May9: Pittsburgh 4,N.Y.Islanders 0 Today,May11:PittsburghatN.Y. Islanders, 4p.m. x-Sunday,May12: NY. Islandersat Pittsburgh, 4p.m. Ottawa 4,Montreal1 Thursday,May2: Ottawa4, Montreal 2 Friday,May3: Montreal 3, Otawa1 Sunday,May5:Ottawa6, Montreal1 Tuesday, May7:Ottawa3, Montreal 2, OT Thursday,May9: Ottawa6, Montreal1 Washington 3,N.Y.Rangers2 Thurs day,May2:Washington3,N.Y.RangersI Saturday,May4. Washington1, N.Y.Rangers0,OT Monday,May6: N.Y. Rangers4, Washington 3 Wednesd ay,May8:N.Y.Rangers4,Washington3 Friday,May10:Washington2, N.Y. Rangers(OT) Sunday,May12: Washington at N.Y.Rangers, 1:30 p.m. x-Monday,May13: N.Y.RangersatWashington, TBA Boston 3,Toronto 2 Wednesday, May I: Boston4, Toronto1 Saturday,May4: Toronto4,Boston 2 Monday, May6:Boston5,Toronto2 Wednesday, May8 Boston4,Toronto3 Friday,May10:Toronto2,Boston1 Sunday ,May12.BostonatToronto,4:30p.m. x-Monday,May13 TorontoatBoston, TBA WESTERNCONFERENCE

Chicago 4,Minnesota1 Tuesday, April 30 Chicago2, Minnesota1, OT Friday,May3: Chicago5,Minnesota2

The Play ers Championship Friday AtTPC Sawgrass Ponte e Vdra Beach, Fla. Purse:$9.6 million Yardage: 7,215; Par: 72 Second Round SergioGarcia 68-65 — 133 TigerWoods 67-67 — 134 KevinChappeg 69-66—135 69-66 135 LeeWestwood 68-67—135 HenrikStenson RyanPalmer 67-69—136 67-69—136 Casey Wittenberg David Lingmerth 68-68—136 71-66 137 Matt Kuchar 67-70—137 HunterMahan 69-68—137 AdamScott 66-71 — 137 ZachJohnson 71-67 — 138 CharlesHowell RI 72-66 — 138 MarcLeishma n 71-67 — 138 JasonDufner 67-71 — 138 WebbSimpson Martin Laird

RoryMcgroy SteveStricker Chris Kirk Sang-MoonBae Jerry Kelly KevinStreelman BrandtSnedeker Tim Herron

DavidLynn PeterHanson BenCrane GregChalmers Matt Every BenCurtis LukeDonald GrahamDeLaet HarrisEnglish Jeff Overton BrendondeJonge Jeff Maggert RobertoCastro SeanO'Hair AndresRomero DavisLoveRI MartinKaym er Carl Pettersson K.J. Choi Chris Stroud JasonBohn DA Points John Huh BooWeekley RickyBarnes JamesDriscoll DanielSummerhays RorySabbatini FreddieJacobson Charl Schwartzel DavidHeam JimmyWalker ChadCampbell Kyle Stanley BubbaWatson Bo VanPelt John Senden CharleyHoffman Seung-YulNoh CharlieWi JonasBlixt PadraigHarrington MichaeThom pson JamesHahn BrandenGrace JoshTeater WilliamMcGirt JasonDay Justin Leonard Louis Oosthuizen AngelCabrera BrianDavis

71-67 — 138 66-72 — 138 67-71 — 138 70-69 — 139 68-71 — 139 71-68 — 139 69-70 — 139 71-69 — 140 71-69 140 72-68 — 140 70-70 — 140 69-71 — 140 68-73 — 141 70-71 141 69-72 — 141

72-69 — 141 71-70 — 141 70-71 — 141 71-70 — 141 72-69 — 141 70-71 — 141 63-78 — 141 70-71 — 141 69-72 — 141 70-72 142

73-69—142 70-72—142 69-73—142 73-69—142 68-74 142 72-70—142 70-72—142 71-71—142 71-71 — 142 75-68 — 143 69-74 — 143 75-68 — 143 72-71 — 143 72-71 — 143 72-71 — 143 72-71 143 71-72 — 143 75-68 — 143 73-70 — 143 69-74 — 143 73-70 143 70-74—144 70-74—144 74-70—144 69-75—144 68-76—144 69-75—144 70-74—144 73-71 — 144 72-72 — 144 70-74 — 144 69-75 144 70-74—144 69-75—144 74-70—144 78-66—144

Failed to puatffy GonzaloFdez-Castano 75-70 — 145

Phil Mickelson RobertGarrigus Vijay Singh JasonKokrak

72-73 145 72-73—145 74-71 — 145 69-76 — 145 70-75 — 145 74-71 — 145 73-72—145 72-73 — 145 69-76 — 145 69-76 — 145 75-71 — 146 76-70 146 72-74—146 74-72—146 78-68 — 146 74-72 — 146 70-76 146 73-73—146 72-74 — 146 70-77 — 147 73-74 — 147 76-71 — 147 77-70 — 147 71-76 — 147 70-77—147 76-71 — 147 72-75 — 147 73-74 147 70-77—147 76-72—148 75-73 — 148 74-74 — 148 74-74 148 74-74—148 72-76 — 148 73-75 — 148 73-76 — 149 74-75 — 149 76-73 — 149 76-73 — 149 74-75—149 76-73 — 149 79-70 — 149 71-78—149 73-76 — 149 75-74 — 149 75-75 — 150 78-72 — 150 75-75 150 80-70—150 77-74—151 77-74 — 151 74-77 — 151 78-74 152 70-82—152 76-76 — 152 72-81 — 153 73-81 — 154 78-77 — 155 78-77 — 155 74-81 — 155 75-80 — 155 77-79 — 156 76-82 — 158 74 WD 79 —WD

Cameron Tringale BrendanSteele RickieFower Jim Furyk RussellHenley NicholasThompson lan Poulter Nick Watney JustinRose J.J. Henry KevinStadler Francesco Molinari GraemeMcDowell Ernie E s CharlieBellan Scott Piercy BrianStuard Scott Langley Tom Gilis KenDuke KeeganBradley Billy Horschel BrianGay DickyPride Matt Jones Martin Flores Bill Haas Scott Brown MarkWilson BryceMolder Tim Clark RobertAgenby ThorbjomOlesen JonathanByrd StewartCink RyanMoore Pat Perez LukeGuthrie DavidToms ScottStagings LucasGlover GeoffOgilvy TedPotter,Jr. BudCauley TroyMatteson Erik Compton JohnsonWagner Will Claxton

JohnMerrick

David Mathis

GeorgeMcNeil RichardH.Lee BrianHarman Y.E.Yang Joe Daley AaronBaddeley DerekErnst TommyGainey JohnRogins GregOwen DustinJohnson Colt Knost

MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint Cup Southern 588Lineup After Friday pualffytng; race today At Darlington Raceway Darlington, S.C. Lap length: 1.366miles

(Car number inparentheses)

1. (78j KurtBusch,Chevrolet,181.918. 2. (48j JimmieJohnson, Chevrolet,180.974. 3. (18j KyleBusch, Toyota,180.92. 4 (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet,180.741 5 (56) MartinTruexJr., Toyota,180.284. 6. (11)DennyHamlin, Toyota, 180.158. 7. (20j MattKenseth,Toyota, 180.112. 8. (24j JeffGordon,Chevrolet,180.105. 9 (16j GregBiffle, Ford,180. 10. (29)KevinHarvick,Chevrolet,179.77. 11. (31jJeff Burton,Chevrolet, 179.684. 12. (42jJuanPablo Montoya, Chevroiet,179.632. 13. (15)Clint Bowyer,Toyota,179.599. 14. (17jRickyStenhouseJr., Ford,179.514. 15. (27)Paul Menard, Chevrolet,179.468. 16. (88)DaleEamhardt Jr., Chevrolet,179.409. 17. (99jCarlEdwards,Ford,179.004. 18. (43jAricAlmirola, Ford,178.822. 19. (13jCaseyMears, Ford,178.815. 20. (14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet,178 75. 21. (39)RyanNewman,Chevrolet,178.497. 22. (55j MarkMartin, Toyota,178.316. 23. (47j BobbyLabonte, Toyota,178.219. 24. (9j Marcos Ambrose,Ford,177.98. 25. (1j JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet,177.974. 26. (2)BradKeselowski, Ford,177.961 27. (51jReganSmith, Chevrolet,177.948. 28. (93jTravisKvapil, Toyota,177.73. 29. (38)DavidGigiland, Ford,177.685. 30. (22jJoeyLogano,Ford,177.653. 31. (34)DavidRagan,Ford,177.646. 32. (33)LandonCassi I, Chevrolet, 177.3. 33. (83jDavidReutimann,Toyota,177.051. 34. (35jJoshWise,Ford,176.67. 35. (98j MichaelMcDoweg,Ford 176.657. 36.(95) ScottSpeed,Ford,176359. 37. (7)DaveBlaney, Chevro et Owner Points. 38. (19j MikeBliss, Toyota,Owner Points. 39. (30jDavidStremme,Toyota, Owner Points. 40. (10)DanicaPatrick, Chevrolet, Ow ner Points. 41. (32)TimmyHil, Ford,Owner Points. 42. (36)J.J.Yeley,Chevrolet, Owner Points 43. (87jJoeNemechek, Toyota, Owner Points.

NHRA NHRASouthern Natfonals Pairings Friday At Atlanta Dragway Commerce,Ga. First roundpairings for today's final eliminations Top Fuel

1. Shawn Langdon,3.791 seconds,324.36 mphvs. 16, MorganLucas, 4.099, 238.64; 2, AntronBrown, 3.826, 321.35vs. 15, PatDakin,3.944, 292.46; 3, Doug Kalitta, 3.826, 320.36 vs. 14, Leah Pruett, 3.941, 305.63; 4,BrandonBernstein, 3.838, 319.45 vs.13, TerryMcMiilen, 3.930,312.57;5, DavidGrubnic, 3.843,310.05vs. 12, Khalid alBalooshi, 3.922, 316.30; 6,TonySchumacher, 3863, 320.66vs. 11, Bob Vandergriff, 3.919,312.71;7, Spencer Massey, 3874, 31461vs.10, SteveTorrence, 3902, 31048; 8, ClayMigican,3886, 313.37vs. 9, Brittany Force, 3.891, 321.73 Did Not Quaify: 17, Chris Karame sines, 4.151, 237.50;18,KeithMurt, 5.667, 199.88. FunnyCar 1, MattHagan,DodgeCharger, 4.067, 31286vs. 16, TonyPedregon,ToyotaCamry, 4.232, 286.92; 2, RonCapps,Charger, 4.073, 313.15vs.15,Blake Alexander,Charger,4.216, 29019;3, CruzPedregon, Camry, 4.086,303.37vs. 14, Jeff Arend, Charger, 4.211, 300.60, 4, Tim Wilkerson, Ford Mustang, 4089, 307.58vs. 13, Alexis DeJoria,Camry4195, 299.06; 5,JackBeckman, Charger, 4.093, 308.99vs. 12,BobTascaRI,Mustang,4.184 302.62;6,Courtney Force,Mustang,4.100, 314.61vs.11, DelWorsham, Camry, 4.172, 302.41; 7, Robert Hight, Mustang, 4.101, 313.66vs. 10,JohnnyGray, Charger,4.128, 309.56; 8, Chad Head, Camry, 4110, 31490vs. 9, John Force, Mustang,4.117, 310.20. Did NotQualify: 17JonCapps, 4.532,272.94. Pro Stock 1, MikeEdwards, ChevyCamaro, 6.583, 210.57vs. 16, Warren Johnson, PontiacGXP , 6.656, 208.17; 2, Jeg Coughin,DodgeAvenger, 6.590, 209.75vs. 15, Larry Morgan,FordMustang,6.641,208.97;3, Rickie Jones,Camaro, 6.596,210.11 vs. 14, Kurt Johnson, GXP, 6.640, 207.56; 4, Greg Anderson,Camaro, 6.600,209.79vs. 13,Chris McGaha,Avenger, 6.635, 209.07; 5,AllenJohnson,Avenger, 6601, 209.98vs. 12, GregStanfield, Camaro, 6.632, 208.01;6, Shane Gray,Cam aro,6608,20956vs.11,Erica Enders-Stevens,Camaro, 6.632, 208.71,7, JasonLine, Camaro, 6.609,209.69vs. 10, VincentNobie,Avenger, 6.623, 209.17; 8, V.Gaines,Avenger, 6.616, 209.82vs. 9, RodgerBrogdon,Camaro,6.619,209.10. Did Not Qualify: 17, JRCarr, 6.665, 206.61; 18, Steve Kent, 6.672, 207.21; 19, JohnGaydoshJr, 7246, 157.96.

TENNIS Professional Madrid Open Friday At Caja Magica Madrid, Spain Purse: Men,$5.8million, (WT1gggj; Women, $5.3 million (Premierj Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Men Quarterfinals Rafael Nadal(5), Spain, def. David Ferrer(4j, Spain,4-6,7-6(3), 6-0 PabloAndujar, Spain,def. KeiNishikori(14), Japan,6-3,7-5. TomasBerdych(6), CzechRepublic, def Andy Murray(3),Britain,7-6(3), 6-4. StanislasWawrinka(15), Switzerland, def.Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (7), France,6-2,6-7(9), 6-4. Women Quarterfinals SerenaWiliams(1j, United States,def. Anabel MedinaGarrigues,Spain,6-3, 0-6,7-5. Maria Sharapova(2), Russia,def. Kaia Kanepi, Estonia,6-2,6-4. Ana Ivanovic(16), Serbia,def.AngeliqueKerber (6j,Germany,6-3,6-1. SaraErrani(7), Italy,def.Ekaterina Makarova,Russia, 6-4, 6-3.

SOCCER MLS MAJORLEAGUESOCCER All Times PDT

Eastern Conference

W NewYork 6 Houston 6 S porting KansasCity 5 4 Montreal 5 Columbus 3 Philadelphia 3 NewEngland 2 TorontoFC 1 Chicago 2 1 D.C.

L 4 2 2 2 3 3 4

T P t sGF GA 2 2 0 18 14 2 20 17 9 1 7 14 9 2 17 12 9 3 1 2 12 8 3 1 2 12 14 3 9 5 8 5 4 7 11 15 5 I 7 6 14 7 1 4 4 17

Western Conference

FC Dallas Real SaltLake 5 Portland

W L T 6 1 3 4 2 3 I 6 4 2 2 3 3 5 3 4 3 3 4 2 2 4 3 2 3 3

P t sGF GA 2 1 16 10 17 11 10 15 15 12 1 4 12 5 1 4 12 14 12 8 9 1 1 12 15 9 9 13 9 6 7

Los Angeles San Jose Colorado ChivasIJSA Vancouver Seattle NOTE: Threepoints for victory, onepoint for tie. Today's Games PhiladelphiaatChicago,10.30 a.m. RealSaltLakeatMontreal,11a.m. San Jose at Seattle FC 1p.m. Los AngelesatVancouver, 4p.m. ColoradoatColumbus,4:30 p.m. NewYorkat New England,4:30 p.m. D.C. Unitedat FCDallas,5:30 p.m. Sunday'sGames ChivasUSAatPortiand, 2p.m. SportingKansasCity at Houston, 5p.m.

DEALS Transactions

BASEBALL Major LeagueBaseball MLB —Suspended umpire Fieldin Culbreth two gamesbecausehe wasin chargeof the crewthat allowedHoustonmanager Bo Porter to improperly switch relieversin themiddle ofaninning. Finedumpires BrianO'Nora, Bil WelkeandAdrian Johnsonan undisclosedamount American League CHICAGOWHITE SOX— Reinstated OF Dayan Viciedo fromthe 15-dayDL. OptionedOF Jordan Danks to Charlotte (ILj. LOS ANGELESANGELS— Placed RHP Tommy Hanson on the restricted ist. Recalled LI-IPMichael Roth from Arkansas(Texasj. TAMPABAY RAYS— PlacedRHP BrandonGomes on the15-dayDL,retroactive to May8. Recaled RHP Josh Lueke fromDurham(IL). TEXASRANGERS—Placed C A.J. Pierzynski on the15-day DL,retroactive toMay6.Recalled CRobinson ChirinosfromRoundRock(PCL).

National League

CHICAGO CIJBS—Activated RHPKyuji Fujikawa from the15-day DLOptionedRHPRafael Dolis to

lowa(PCLj.

CINCINNATIRED S—Activated C RyanHanigan from the15-dayDL.DesignatedC Corky Miler for assignment. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA —Fined ChicagoF Taj Gibson$25,000 for verbalabuseof agameofficia during aMay8 game againstMiami MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES— Waived G Brandon Roy. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Agreed to termswith LB Karlos Dansbyon aone-yearcontract. SignedRB StepfanTaylor,WRRyan Swope, RBAndre Egington and TE D.C.Jeffersonto four-yearcontracts. BUFFALO BILLS— SignedWR MarquiseGoodwin, DB Duke Wiliams, DBJonathanMeeksandKDustin Hopkins. CINCINNATIBENGALS—Signed OTReid Fragel and CT.J.Johnson. DALLASCOWBOYS Sig ned LB DeVonte Holloman to a four-year contractandQBDalton Wiliams, LB BrandonMagee, LBCameron Lawrence, LBDeon Lacey, LB Taylor Reed, CBXavier Brewer, CBDustin Harris, CBDevinSmith, S Jakar Hamilton, S Jeff Heath, WR GregHerd, WREric Rogers, K Spencer Benton ,TE PaulFreedmanandRBKendialLawrence. DETROILI TONS SignedDEEzekiel Ansahto a five-yearcontract andCBDarius Slay, GLarry Warford, DEDevin Taylor, PSamMartin, WRCoreyFuller, RB TheoRiddick, TEMichael WigiamsandLBBrandon Hepbum to tour-year contracts. GREEN BAY PACKERS — Signed OT David Bakhtiari, OT J.C. Tretter, RBJohnathanFranklin, CB MicahHyde,DEJosh Boyd, LBNate Palmer, WRC.J. Johnson,WRKevin Dorsey, LBSam Barrington, QB Matt Brown, C Patrick Lewis, LBAndyMulumba RB Angelo Pease,DTGilbertPena,FBRyanRoberson, TE JakeStonebumer, GLaneTaylor andWRMyles White. KANSAS CITYCHIEFS—Signed OLEric Kush and LB MikeCatapano NEWORLEANSSAINTS—SignedDTJohnJenkins to afour-yearcontract. NEWYORKGIANTS—NamedJoeDanosassistant strengthandconditioning coach, MattShaugerassistant directorof propersonnelandTimMcDonnell pro scout. SignedLBAaron curry, DTJonathan Hankins, DE Damon tre Moore,S Cooper Taylor, RBMichael Cox, RBJeremyWright, LBEtienne Sabino, LBCharleus Dieuseul, DB Charles James, WRMarcus Davis and SAlonzoTweedy. NEW YORKJETS Signed OL Oday Aboushi,G Will Campbell, WR Zach Rogers, WRRyanSpadola, WR K.J.Stroud,WRAntaviousWilson, TEChris Pantale, TE MikeShanahan, OLDalton Freeman, OL Trey Gilleo, OLMarkPopek, DLRoosevelt Holliday, DL Jake McDonough,LBTroy Davis, DBMike Edwards and SRontez Miles. SEATTLESEAHAWKS Signed DT Jordan Hill, WRChris Harper,DTJesseWilliams, TELukeWigson, GRyanSeymour, LBTyPoweg, GJared Smith, WR Matt Austin, OT Alvin Bailey, DEKenneth Boatright, LB Ramon Buchanan, LBJohn Lotulelei, S RayPolk, GJordonRoussosandLBCraig Wilkins to multiyear contracts. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague COLORADOAVALANCHE— Announcedthe resignation of presidentPierreLacroix, whowil serve as an adviser.NamedJosh Kroenkepresident. Promoted Joe Sakictoexecutivevicepresident of hockeyoperations. WASHING TON CAPITALS—Recalled G Philipp Grubauer, DDmitry Orlov, DTomasKundratek, D CameronSchiling andDNateSchmidt fromHershey

(AHL).

COLLEGE FLORIDA —Announced men's junior basketball G Eli Carterhastransferred fromRutgers. GEORG EMASON—Announced freshman basketball FJulianRoyal istransferring fromGeorgiaTech. GEORGIT AECH—Announced junior basketball G BrandonReedwi Itransfer after hegraduates attheend of thesummerterm.

FISH COUNT Upstream daily movem ent of adult chinook, Iack chinook,steelheadandwild steelheadatselected ColumbiaRiverdams last updated onThursday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd Bonnevil e 2,226 2,185 25 4 The Dages 2,023 2,230 12 4 John Day 2,281 1,860 14 3 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook,steelheadand wild steelheadat selected Columbia Riverdamslast updatedonThursday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd B onnevil e 60,373 18,032 2,810 8 3 1 T he Dages 43,469 13,181 70 5 33 0 John Day 33,353 8,750 8 1 3 44 5 M cNary 20,339 2,541 1,350 6 7 3

Re Win s eatDuc s4-3inOT,settin u Game7 The Associated Press DETROIT — Henrik Zetterberg took a big step as the leader of a storied franchise, snapping a scoring slump in a clutch way with his second goal in overtime. The Detroit Red Wings Red Wings still have a shot to advance in the

NHL playoffs. Zetterberg netted his second goal 1:04 into overtime to lift Detroit to a 4-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks in Game 6 on Friday night to extend the first-round series. " Those two were k ind o f u g l y ones, but that's what you need in the playoffs," he said. Second-seeded Anaheim will host seventh-seeded Detroit on Sunday night in the deciding game. "It hasn't really been a tremendous home-ice advantage," Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. "I don't

think where we play is really going to matter." Detroit blew a two-goal lead in the last 3 t/z minutes of the third period, sending the original sjx NHL team to a fourth OT in a series for the first time in franchise history. The Ducks, who joined the NHL during the 1993-94 season, also have played an extra period four times for the first time in the playoffs. All four of those games ended in the first overtime.

advanced to the second round with a victory over St. Louis in Game 6. Jonathan Quick made 21 saves and Drew Doughty scored his first goal of the postseason for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who won four straight to f i nish off f ourthseeded St. Louis. Penner put the Kings ahead with his latest big play-

NHL PLAYOFFS ROUNDUP Emerson Etem and Bobby Ryan scored 51seconds apart late in regulation to pull the Ducks into a 3-3 tie. Z etterberg, who s cored a g o ahead goal 6:19 into the third period on a power play, had a shot to win it with about a minute left. But his shot hit the right post and slid across the crease. He found the back of the net with a slap shot from above the left circle to endthe game and send the series back to California. Zetterberg's first goal snapped a career-long, seven-game postseason skid — dating to last year's firstround exit against Nashville. "If you're from Detroit, I guess it's just a matter of time," Boudreau said. Zetterberg, who was 52 career playoff goals, has an NHL-high 50 goals in the playoffs since 2006. The Red Wings, in t h eir 22nd straight postseason, have a chance to win their first series after being down 3-2 since the 2002 Western Conference finals. They beat Colorado then and went on to hoist the Stanley Cup. Back then, Steve Yzerman was their captain and after he retired in 2006, Nicklas Lidstrom wore the 'C'

off goal, ripping a slap shot from just

Paul Sancya I The Associated Press

Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard stops a shot by Anaheim Ducks right wing Teemu Selanne in the second period of Game 6 of a first-round playoff series jn Detroit on Friday. on the winged-wheel sweater until retiring last summer. "You talk about the leadership on our team — we had Stevie and Nick — but those guys had way more help," Babcock said. Detroit's Jimmy Howard made 34 saves, all in regulation, and Jonas Hiller stopped 25 shots. Pavel Datsyuk netted the R ed

Wings' first goal of the pressurepacked game and DanielCleary created a two-goal cushion by scoring with 8:30 left in regulation before the wild finish. Also on Friday: Kings 2, Blues 1: LOS ANGELES — Dustin Penner scored the tiebreaking goal in the final second of the second period, and Los Angeles

inside the blue line past Brian Elliott right before time expired. Maple Leafs 2, Brujns 1: BOSTON — Tyler Bozak and Clarke M acArthur s c o red a n d Ja m e s Reimer stopped 43 shots to help Toronto beat Boston and stay alive in the first-round playoff series. The Maple Leafs trail the series 3-2, with Game 6 Sunday in Toronto.Zdeno Chara scored for Boston to cut the deficit to it 2-1 with 8:48 left, but the Bruins couldn't score the equalizer. Capitals 2, Rangers 1: WASHINGTON — Mike Ribeiro scored 9:24 into overtime, and the Capitals regained the momentum — and the lead — in their first-round playoff series. Ribeiro put in the puck after Troy Brouwer deflected a shot from the blue line. The Capitals lead the series 3-2. Game 6 is Sunday in New York. Brian Boyle scored for New York in the first minute, but that was it for New York's offense. Joel Ward tied it in the second period.


SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

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NBA PLAYOFFS ROUNDUP

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11 a.m. 11 a.m.

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10 a.m.

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BASEBALL College, LSU atTexas A8 M MLB, Atlanta at San Francisco College, Oregon State at Stanford MLB, Cleveland at Detroit MLB, Oakland at Seattle College, Arizona State at Cal

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PBR, Last CowboyStanding (taped) SOFTBALL College, Big East Tournament, final College, ACC Tournament, final College, Cal at Washington

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James,Bos ea Heat astBu s The Associated Press CHICAGO — So much for South Beach style. The Miami Heat showed again they can get down and dirty. L eBron James came o n strong down the stretch to finish with 25 points, Chris Bosh added 20 points and 19 rebounds, and the Heat followed up the most lopsided playoff win in franchise history with a 104-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday night to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Shaking off a shove to the court that earned Nazr Mohammed an ejection and James an accusation of flopping from Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, t h e fou r - time MVP came t h rough d own the stretch, scoring 12 in the fourth quarter. Norris Cole matched his postseason careerhigh with his second straight 18-point performance, and the Heat pulled out a tight win after blasting the Bulls 115-78 on Wednesday. This time, Chicago refused to go quietly. Never mind that the Bulls were coming off the worst playoff loss in franchise history. Put a side the f act that the ailing Luol Deng and injured Kir k H i n r ich (calf) r emained sidelined, not t o mention Derrick Rose, or that Mohammed got ejected in the second quarter for shoving James to the floor. In the end, it was the Heat grinding out the victory. "You can'twin a championship being pretty and shiny," Bosh said. "You're going to have to get dirty. You're going to have to play physical. You're going to have to dive on the floor. You're going to have to

big-time drive in the fourth and a big-time 3 a s w e ll," James said. "Those two guys were the reason we won the

game."

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Chicago's Nazr Mohammed (48) pushes Miami's LeBron James (6) to the floor during the first half of Game 3 of an Eastern Conference semifinal on Friday in Chicago. Mohammed was ejected after this play. do things that are extremely tough. "I think people forget just two years ago we were a halfc ourt, grind-it-out k in d o f team that was trying to beat you down. Just because we've moved to more of a free-flowing offense, we're more spread a little bit, that doesn't mean that we are just a run-and-gun team." The Heat prevailed on a night when James was off target most of the way, hitting just

6 of 17 shots and even getting blocked on a layup by Nate Robinson in the third quarter. But he and Cole hit two big 3-pointers. Bosh perked up after two quiet games, finishing one rebound shy of the club playoff record, and Miami's bench outscored C hicago's 36-8. "For (Bosh) to have 19 rebounds and for Norris to come off thebench and defend the way he did against Nate and also contribute offensively — a

Carlos Boozer led Chicago with 21 points. Robinson and Jimmy Butler each scored 17. Joakim Noah added 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Marco Belinelli had 16 points, but the Bulls couldn't pull this one out. They were w i t hin 8 5-83 when Cole scored on a finger roll with about four minutes left and Miami started to take control from there. James answered a 3-pointer by Belinelli with one of his own, and after Boozer hit a jumper for Chicago, Cole buried another 3 for the Heat to make it 96-88 with I:48 remaining. F inally, th e H e a t c o u l d breathe a little easier. Also on Friday: Spurs102, Warriors 92: OAKLAND, Calif. — Tony Parker scored 25of his 32 points in a sizzling first half, Tim Duncan added 23 points and 10 rebounds and San A ntonio quieted hot-shooting Golden State to take a 2-1 lead in the Western Conference semifinals. Kawhi Leonard finished with 15 points and nine rebounds, and Parker added five assists and five boards to help the Spurs wrestle back homec ourt advantage from t h e Warriors after withstanding a brief fourth-quarter rally. San Antonio outshot Golden State 50.6 to 393 percent and curbed streaky s h o oters S t ephen Curry and K lay T hompson for the first time in the series. Thompson scored 17 points on 7-of-20 shooting, while Curry had 16 points on 5 of 17 from the floor.

I(nicks eager to get StoLjdemire backvs. Pacers By Michael Marot

Stoudemire gives the K n icks more scoring punch against one of the league's INDIANAPOLIS — New York coach stingiest defenses and another big body Mike Woodson believes whole-heartedly against a Pacers team that led the NBA in that Amare Stoudemire can make a differ- rebounding during the regular season and ence against the Pacers. has been the best in the playoffs, too. He's big, strong, and, when healthy, a What's the downside'? proficient scorer — three ingredients the W ithout Stoudemire, limited t o 2 9 Knicks can use tonight. games thisseason after surgeries on each The problem i s S t oudemire hasn't knee, New York has still found ways to played in an NBA game in more than two win. The Knicks clinched the second seed months and will now try to work his way in the East and won their first playoff seback into game shape during the Eastern ries in 13 years, including a 26-point win Conference semifinals. It's a risky move, over Indiana in Game 2 to even this series. one Woodson insists is worth the gamble And it's still not clear how effective given the potential payoff of breaking a Stoudemire can be. Woodson has already 1-1 series and reclaiming home-court ad- said he will limit his star forward to 10 vantage in Game 3 of this best-of-seven or 15 minutes Saturday night, just long series as it shifts to Indianapolis. enough to force the team to change its ro"If I didn't think Amare was important tations and potentially upset the chemistry to our team, then I wouldn't even consider of a group that's played pretty well during that," the Knicks coach said after Friday's Stoudemire's absence. practice. "But Amare can still play, and I Conventional wisdom suggests that think he proved that in the short time he putting a player like Stoudemire back in was back this last time." the lineup should provide an immediate On paper, it looks like a no-brainer. boost. The Knicks agree. The Associated Press

"He gives us another scorer, gives us another big guy," Knicks guard Raymond Felton said. "This is a big team we're playing against, so any time we can get one of our bigs back, especially with him because he's a great scorer, we know it's going to help us." If Stoudemire does return Saturday night, as expected, he will join a team that is busting with confidence. The Knicks shot better in Game 2, were more productive inside and went toe-totoe with the Pacers' big men. Defensively, New York held Indiana scoreless for the first seven minutes of the fourth quarter and seized control with a 30-2 run, winning its most lopsided playoff game since April 24, 1992. "I'm not going to risk what we've been doing, but I am going to play him, just to see where he is in terms of, I think if he is where he needs to be," Woodson said of Stoudemire. "He didn't play big minutes the first go around before he got hurt and his minutes will definitely be limited this go around."

SPORTS IN BRIEF CYCLING

seconds back. Wiggins dropped

pended umpire Fieldin Culbreth

from sixth to 23rd overall, 1:32

months. He was transferred on Thursday from the15-day to the 60-day disabled list.

joined her in the semifinals after

and coach never received adegree

easing by KaiaKanepi of Estonia

from Rutgers, though he earned 103 credit hours from1973 to 1985. In a statement, Rutgers spokesmanE.J.M iranda called

HOCKEY NHL players likely for

MOTOR SPORTS Buschesdominate at Dar-

Jordan a"part of the Rutgers fam-

ning. Culbreth and the rest of his crew — Brian O'Nora, Bill Welke

and Adrian Johnson — werealso

SOChi? —NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says the league is

from the end to win his fifth Na-

goofed for the second straight

"proceeding under theassumption" its players will take part in

IlllgtOll —Kyle Busch took the lead from Joey Logano18 laps

department. A spokesmandid not

fined an undisclosed amount, after MLB admitted its umps

discrepancy was first reported Friday by the sports website Dead-

day. "The rule covering pitching

the 2014 Sochi Olympics. NHL

ond in three years at Darlington

Harner to miSSTaur Of Cali-

behind, althoughhecould make

for two games onFriday because he was in charge of the crew that

fornia —Bend's Chris Horner

up time in Stage 8 today. It's a 34mile individual time trial.

allowed Houston Astros manager Bo Porter to improperly switch

will not be among the riders when

the 2013 Tour ofCalifornia stage race begins on Sunday.Horner, 41 and the 2011 champion, is

recovering from a kneeinjury that has sidelined him since the Tour of Catalonia in March. In its eighth

relievers in the middle of an in-

BASEBALL BeaVS toPStanfOrd — Or-

running, the Tour of California for

egon State's offense roughedup Stanford aceMark Appel as the

the first time will take riders on a route from Southern California

Beavers won the opener of a threegame series 7-3 in Stanford, Calif.

northward, starting in Escondido

OSU got to Appel for six hits and

near San Diego and finishing with the eighth stage on May19 in

six runs in five innings, which tied for the shortest stint of the season

Santa Rosanear SanFrancisco.

for the heralded right-hander. He

Houston came aday after Angel Hernandez andhis crew in Cleve-

Aussie winsGirostage

walkedaseason-high five and struck out four, his second-low-

est tally of the season.Themain

— Australian rider AdamHansen won the hilly and rainy seventh stage of the Giro d'Italia on Friday

with a solo breakaway,and Benat Intxausti of Spain took the overall

lead. Tour deFrance champion Bradley Wiggins hadtrouble negotiating the slippery roads on a descent shortly before the finish. He

culprit in Appel's demise was OSU

(39-8, 18-4 Pac-12) sophomore Dylan Davis, who hit a soft liner past the third base bag during a five-run fifth inning that saw the

in Stockholm on Friday in a new round of talks aimed at securing

nant showing by the Busch boys at the track "Too Tough To Tame."

an agreement for the league's

Older brother Kurt set a qualify-

land failed to reverse a clear-cut home run after looking at a video

participation in the Sochi Games. While no final deal was reached,

ing record to win the pole for the Southern 500 set for tonight. Kyle

review. MLB vice president Joe Torre said the umpires madean "improper call."

the lnternational Ice HockeyFed-

was third in Sprint Cupqualifying

eration said "all signs pointed" to NHL players going to the Olympics for a fifth straight time. IIHF Presi-

before dominating the Nationwide

Hansen increases didfor

race. Theyounger Busch started from the pole andwas the stron-

KlllgS —If this is Chris Hansen's final salvo in his attempt to pur-

Surgery fOr SOX CIOSer?

dent ReneFaselsays "we have some issues left, but I, as always, remain optimistic."

gest car throughout. He led for 107 of the147 laps and finished

chase the Sacramento Kings, it's coming with an additional $75

a second in front of Elliott Sadler. Joe Gibbs Racing placed four in

million price tag to what already

Beavers push out to a three-run lead. Thedouble clearedthe bases, and marked the first of two extra-

examined Friday by orthopedist

James Andrews. AnMRItaken during the visit Friday showed flexor tendon damage in the right

Hansen, who rides for Lotto Beli-

DuCkS POStPOned —Friday

forearm, Boston manager John

sol, clocked more than 4t/~ hours over the109-mile leg from San

night's game between Oregon and Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio,

Farrell said. If an operation is

Salvo to Pescara. Intxausti took a 5-second lead over top contender championRyderHesjedalwas8

has been postponed by rain. The Ducksand Buckeyeswillplaya doubleheader onSaturday starting at12:05 p.m. Pacific time.

seconds back in third. Cadel Evans, the 2011 Tour de France win-

M LB suspends, finesumps — Major LeagueBaseball sus-

spin. Jordan was hired last month to replace Mike Rice, who was

in a statement. The problem in

meet again today at 2 p.m.

ner, moved up to sixth overall, 16

return a call or emails. The degree

(S.C.) Raceway onFriday night. The victory also capped adomi-

major injury — and lost more than a minute to the other contenders.

Vincenzo Nibali, with defending

tionwide race this seasonandsec-

ily." Miranda referred questions about Jordan's bio to the athletics

changes was not applied correctly representatives and international by the umpiring crew," MLB said hockey andOlympic officials met

— Boston RedSox closer Joel Hanrahan is contemplating season-ending surgery after being

fell — but didn't appear to suffer a base hits for Davis. Thetwo teams

6-2, 6-4.

fired after video wasmadepublic showing him kicking and shoving

players and yelling obscenities and anti-gay slurs at them.Two university administrators resigned

over the scandal.

could be the richest franchise sale in NBA history. Hansen increased teammates Brian Vickers third and his total valuation of the Kings Matt Kenseth fifth. from $550 million to $625 million on Friday in another attempt to the top five, Busch and Sadler's

TENNIS Nadal, Serena advance

— Rafael Nadal rallied past David Ferrer 4-6, 7-6 (3), 6-0 Friday in

sway NBAowners to allow him to buy the franchise and move it to

performed, Hanrahanwould miss the rest of the seasonandface

BASKETBALL the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open, maintaining his bid to reach No degree far RutgerS

the possibility of Tommy John

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COaCh? —Rutgers University's

anteed owners that the franchise

surgery if damage is found to the ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow. Hanrahancould choose

returning from a kneeinjury. Topranked SerenaWilliams struggled

official bio of new basketball

would pay into the league's revenue-sharing system in Seattle

before defeating Anabel Medina

to rest and rehabilitate the injury but still would miss at least two

Garrigues 6-3, 0-6, 7-5, andsecond-ranked Maria Sharapova

graduated from the university in 1977. But the university registrar's

coach Eddie Jordan says he office says the former NBAplayer

Seattle .Hansenalsoannounced on his website that he hasguar-

and not collect money as it has in

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Continued from C1 At the plate, Justin Erlandson led the way for Bend, f i n i shing 2 - f or-3 with three RBIs. Nathan Miller was I-for-3 with an RBI, while Sami Godlove and H u nter M c D o nald each drove in a run. Kyler Ayers went 2-for-4 to pace Mountain View (517, 1-8), and Brock Powell added a hit and an RBI. T he Lav a B e ar s a r e cruising with only a non-

Continued from C1 The NCAA has been looking into p ayments Oregon made to recruiting services, including a $25,000 payment to Willie Lyles and Houstonbased C omplete S c outing Services in 2011. Lyles had a connection with an Oregon recruit. O regon would no t c o m ment about whether the meeting had taken place. " Regardless of w h e n o r where the hearing occurs, review is ongoing until the NCAA Committee on Infractions issues its final report. The integrity of the process a nd our continued full c o o peration wit h t h e N C A A prohibits us f r o m p u b licly discussing the specifics of this matter," according to a statement sent via email on

conferencegame against Lake Oswego on Tuesday separating them from the state playoffs, which will most likely include a firstround home game. "Playoffs, it's always a bonus, kind of the frosting on the cake," Bailey said. "We always talk a b out surviving when you g et to the playoffs. We have a chance to get a feel of that when we go to play Lake Oswego ... hopefully be ready to play in the postseason."

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is ers irs ennis is runner-u a is ric s Bulletin staff report BLACK BUTTE R A N CH — Paced by its doubles teams, Sisters High took runner-up honors at the Class 4A/3A/ 2A/IA Special District 3 girls tennis championships, which concluded on Friday. Savannah Spear and Haley Carlson placed second in the doubles bracket and Shelbi T hompson a n d Han n a h Stuwe finished fourth. Both Outlaw doubles teams q ualified fo r n e x t w e e k 's C lass 4 A / 3A/2A/I A s t ate tournament in Eugene by virtue of their top-four finish. North Bend won the threeday event with 35 points, with Sisters taking second after posting 23 points. Klamath

Union (22 points), Henley (18) and St. Mary's and Junction City, who tied with 12 points, rounded out the top five. Spear and Carlson cruised into the championship match after defeating Henley's Vanessa Matheson an d J e sse Bezo 6-3, 6-4. The Sisters duo fell in the doubles final 6-0, 6-0 to North Bend's Taylor Cuzzort and Hannah Schandelmieir-Lynch. Cuzzort and S chandelmieir-Lynch w e r e also 6-0, 6-0 winners in their semifinal ma t c h aga i n st Thompson and Stuwe. The Class 4 A /3A/2A/IA tournament starts Thursday at the University of Oregon at

5 p.m. In other Friday action: BOYS TENNIS

Storm strong on first day: SUNRIVER — Summit made an impressive showing on the opening day of the Class 5A Special District 1 tournament, asseven Storm players — including three doubles teams — qualified for state by reaching the semifinal round. Among the Summit players in semifinal matches today is C handler Oliveira, the N o . 1 singles seed, who will face off against Mountain View's unseeded Phillip A t k i nson. Atkinson upset No. 4 seed Federico Puga of Bend High in a q uarterfinal match to advance. In today's other s i ngles semifinal, Redmond's Zach Powell, the No. 2 seed, faces No. 3 seed Scottie Ziegner of Hood River Valley. In doubles, Summit's t o p-seeded S cott Parr an d L i a m H a l l breezed into the semis, as did the No. 3-seeded Storm duo of Parker Nichols and William Dalquist. A p leasant surprise f o r Summit was th e u nseeded team of Thomas Wimberly and Elliott S h erpa, w h ich upended No. 2 seed Vincent Whitesell and Lucas Wyant of Hermiston, 6-2, 4-6, 10-8, in the first round and surged into a semifinal match against Storm t e ammates N i chols and Dalquist. Parr and Hall

will take on two other Central Oregon state qualifiers, the fourth-seeded Bend High duo of Joshua Woodland and Cameron Tulare. Summit led the tournament after one day of play with 32 points. Bend was second with 22 points and Mountain View ended the round of competition in third with 18 points. Play resumes today on the North Courts at Sunriver Resort. Championship matches in both singles and doubles will start at noon. Two fourth-place finishes for Ridgeview: VALE — After b a ck-to-back t h r ee-set victories sent Brett Blundell to the semifinals of the Class 4A/3A/2A/IA Special District 5championship,thefreshman fell 6-3, 6-4 to deny him a shot at the singles title. Blundell then lost 6-3, 6-2 in the thirdplace contest to finish fourth in the district. In the doubles bracket, Caleb Maxwell and Gabe Payne dropped their semifinal matchup 7-5, 6-4 before falling 6-4, 6-4 to take fourth. By reaching the semifinals, that tandem, as well as Blundell, qualified for the 4A/3A/2A/IA state championship at the University of Oregon next week. GIRLS TENNIS

Tournament play resumes today at 8 a.m. BASEBALL Summit 11, Crook County 1: Four players went 2-for-3 with two RBIs, and the Storm scored fourruns in the bottom of the fifth inning and three more in the sixth to take the six-inning Intermountain Hybrid w in . E r i k A l v stad, Austin Peters, Josh Cherry and Cal Waterman each went 2-for-3 with two runs driven in to help Summit finish the regular season 15-11 overall. Stetson Hall was 1-for-2 with a triple for C rook County, which ends the season 8-18. Redmond 2 , Ri d geview 0 : REDMOND — Da n i e l Thomas pitched a complete game for the Panthers, limiting the visiting Ravens to just four hits in the Intermountain Hybrid shutout win. Trevor Hindman, Matt Dahlen and J.D. Abbas each went 2-for-3 with a double for Redmond (18-6 overall), with Hindman and Dahlen picking up one RBI apiece. Pacing Ridgeview (13-11) was Garrett DeWolf, who was 2-for-3 at the plate. Sisters 20, La Pine 0: LA PINE — The Outlaws' rout capped a second undefeated Sky-Em League season for Sisters, which has now won Summit dominates first day 33 consecutive conference of districts: HERMISTONgames, a streak that dates The reigning Class 5A state back to the 2011 season. Joey champion Storm set t hemM organ went 4 -for-5 w i t h selves up fo r a n other t itle five RBIs, Justin Harrer was run, qualifying three doubles 3-for-3 with two doubles, and teams and one singles player Ryan Pollard ended the day 2to next week's state tourney for-2. The Outlaws (22-2 overafter rolling through the first all, 15-0 league), who have day of the Class 5A Special won 20 straight this season, District 1 championships. pounded out 17 hits in f ive S ummit's t o p dou b l e s innings against the Hawks (7team of Haley Younger and 18, 6-9). Kelsey Collis will face their North Marion 4, Madras 2: teammates, Lauren Handley AURORA — The White Bufand Kacie Evans, in today's faloesstranded nine runners semifinal r o u nd . H a n dley on base, including three in and Evans had "the match of the top of the seventh inning the day," according to Storm in their Tri-Valley Conference coach Ryan Cruz. The undefeat to the Huskies. North ranked Summit du o u p set Marion scored all four of its Bend High's Allison Dailey runs in th e second inning. and Riley Palcic, the tourCody Shepard led M a dras ney's No. 4 seed, 6-7, 6-0, 10-8 (13-11 overall, 7-8 TVC) with in the quarterfinals. two doubles and an RBI. AusThe Storm's Morgan De- tin Rauschenburg knocked Meyer and Ariel Steele also in the White Buffaloes' other e arned a s t ate berth w i t h run. Madras will play a Class 4A play-in contest against a their quarterfinal round victory and w il l p lay Hermis- yet-to-be-determined o p p ot on's Sarah H a wman a n d nent next Thursday. Zoey Garcia. K ennedy 13, C u lver 1 : In singles play, Bend High's CULVER — T h e B u l ldogs Sierra W i nch a n d K a y l ee dropped to 10-11 overall and 5-8 in Class 2A/IA Special Tornay both will m ake the trip to state after moving past District 3 with the loss to the the quarterfinals. Tornay and league-leading Trojans. Summit's Lindsey Brodeck SOFTBALL will play one another in the Bend 9, Mountain View 5: semifinals. Winch will f ace Bend High extended its winPendleton's Jessica Clark in ning streak to seven games, the other singles semifinal. rallying from a 5-2 deficit to R edmond H ig h d i d n o t conclude the season sweep have any state qualifiers, but o f the C ougars. Wit h t h e seven of the Panthers' eight score tied 5-5 in the bottom of t ournament e n t rants w o n the fourth inning, the Bears their first round matches. (16-8, 7-2 IMC) scored four

unearned runs after an error by Mountain View at the plate. Kendall Kramer led the

Bend offense, going 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Awbrie Elle Kinkade went 2for-3 with an RBI and Mariah Buckner added a 2-for-2, one-RBI performance. Bend, which entered the Intermountain Conferencecontest No. 9 in the Oregon School Activities Association 5A rankings, will likely host a play-in game on Friday. The Bears play Cleveland High in Portland on Tuesday in their regularseason finale. The Cougars end theirseason 3-22 overall

and 1-8 in league play. Ridgeview 2, Redmond 1: REDMOND — The Ravens edged past the visiting Panthers ina weather-shortened Intermountain Hybrid c o ntest, bringing an end to Redmond's five-game w i nning s treak. Shelby A b bas a n d Mikia Bollinger each drove in a run for the Ravens (15-

Baney and Eli Pite had one assist apiece. Also Friday, Sisters defeated Harney County to earn the HDL's No. 3 seed. The Outlaws a re expected to p lay a home game Wednesday in the OHSLA play-in round. TRACK AND FIELD Desrosiers paces Hawks at invite:INDEPENDENCE — Jeremy Desrosiers took top honors in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.67 seconds, edging teammate Joseph Swayze's 2 3.73, a nd took second in t h e 400-meter run tolead La Pine to a win at the John Oliver Invitational at Central High School with 157 points. Newport was second with 128'/2. Desrosiers and Swayze also ran legs in the winning 400-meter relay team, while Colton

In April, Oregon released documents a c k n owledging a t least one m ajor N C A A violation in connection with recruiting. The d ocuments, made available because of public records requests made by the media, included a draft summary disposition report in which Oregon proposed a self-imposed two-year probation with the loss of one s cholarship in e ach of t h e next three years. O regon and t h e N C A A h ave failed to come to a n agreement on the matter and the caseheaded to the infractions committee. The NCAA does not comment on ongoing investigations. Former Ducks coach Chip Kelly was reportedly among those who appeared before the i n f r actions c o mmittee on April 19 in D a llas. The meeting was f i rst r eported by Sports Illustrated, which cited an unnamed source. Helfrichhas taken over as the Ducks' coach following the departure of Kelly, who went to the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles.

Ridgeview Continued from C1 In th e d o ubles b r acket, Claire Wright and Kourtney Wellette went as far as the championship final but f ell to a Vale tandem in straight sets to take second. Rhian Sage and Makena Jordison, who lost tn th e sem>f>nals, dropped t h ei r th i r d -place match toa La Grande duo. Harris will r epresent the Cowgirls at the state championships next week at the University of Oregon. Seven Ravens will also make the trip in hopes of adding to the team's already memorable season. " We've got t o g e t s o me rest," Miller said. "We've got to revamp ourselves again and get after it again."

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Justin Petz ( p ole v ault) each picked up wins. For Madras, which was sixth 9), while Ashley Pesek paced with 49 points, Brent Sult he Panthers ( 22-4) w i t h livan won the high jump, a double and an R BI. The and Nicholas Picard and game was called in the botKasey Cabral went 2-3 in tom of the sixth inning after the discus. On the girls' two 30-minute delays due to side, La P i ne's Hannah lightning. J ohnson placed third i n Sisters 6, La Pine 1: SIS- the 300 hurdles (55.45) and TERS — The Outlaws took a second in the 400 (I:05.77). second consecutive win over Teammate Kelly T e rrell the Hawks to end Sky-Em took fourth i n t h e s h ot League play 11-4. Sisters led put (32 feet, 7 inches), and 5-0 after the second inning. Chloee Sazama p l aced Cassidy Edwards led the Out- fifth in the pole vault (9laws with a t w o -run home 04.00). Madras' top placer run in the second inning. She was Elle Renault, who took also pitched the first three infourth in th e javelin. La nings for Sisters, striking out Pine took sixth as a team six. The Outlaws (17-5 over- with 35 points, and Madras all) will host Ridgeview on rounded out the nine-team Tuesday in a nonleague game standings with 11. Newand will likely have a home port won with 175'/3 points. play-in game on Thursday. La Pine concludes its season 220 overall and 0-15 in league HIGH DESERT BANK play. Elevation Capital Strategies BOYS LACROSSE 400 SW BluA Drive Suite 101 Bend Summit 11, Bend 9: SISMain: 541-728-0321 TERS — Dylan Smith scored I II • • t. • www.elevationcapital.biz four goals and Nick Rasmussen added three as Summit beat Bend High in the final of the High Desert League playoffs at Sisters stadium. Both the Storm (13-7) and the Lava Bears (11-6) are expected to play in the first round of th e Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state playoffs next F r iday; opponents and sites are to be announced. Quinn Rasmussen scored tw o g o als, Seth Millard had a goal and an assist for Summit, and Troy LaLonde scored a goal and Griffi n R e inecke had an assist for t h e w i n ners, w ho won their fourth i n a ~r 19 9~ g row. B r a ndon F i t z patrick Awbrey Glen' scored three goals and James -GDKCLu R ockett scored two for t h e Lava Bears. Hayden Baney, Knut Renton, Cade Hinderlider and Geoff Mouser each scored a goal for Bend, and

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Buffaloes to make the score the top of the first inning. "We had one bad inning," 8-5. Keely Brown f o llowed that with an RBI single before McConnell said. "But the rest Sarah Brown ended the game (of the game) we played solid." with her three-run blast. Sarah Brown led Madras at North Marion opened the the plate, going 2-for-4, includ-

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GOLF: PGA TOUR

Garcia ea s Ti eratPa ers C am ions i By Doug Ferguson The Associated Press

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — The Players Cham-

pionship already provides plenty of t h eater because of its t h r i ll-a-minute golf course. Making it even more compelling is the star attraction of Sergio Garcia and

Tiger Woods, playing in the final group on the weekend for the first time in nearly seven years. G arcia ma d e sev e n straight putts — six of them for birdie — on his way to a 7-under 65 to match his best score at TPC Sawgrass. That gave him a one-shot lead over Woods, who again made short work of the par 5s and posted his second straight 67. Woods broke his own 36-hole record at Sawgrass by six shots and can't find much wrong with his game at the moment. It's hard to call it a rivalry because it's so one-sided. Not onl y d o e s W o o ds have a 77-8 margin in PGA Tour victories (and 14-0 in the majors), in the previous five times they were in the final group on the weekend, Woods has gone on to win all five times. Asked about the possibility of playing with Woods on Saturday, Garcia said he wouldn't see it as anything but another round of golf. "I don't have to measure myself against a n ybody," Garcia said. "I know what I want to try to do, and any given day I c a n s h oot a round like this and any other day he can shoot a good round and beat me. Like we always say, it's not a sprint, it's a marathon. So there are

going to be good days and not so good days, so just got to enjoy the good ones as much as possible." This was a good day. Garcia ran off five straight birdies, ending the streak with putts from 20 feet and 25 feet, and then he added a 40-foot birdie putt on the par-3 eighth. Garcia, who won The Players in 2008, was at 11-under 133. W oods looks l i k e h e ' s having a good time on the course that has vexed him more than any other on the PGA Tour, and he could be t he greater threat on t h e weekend. He now is 8-under on the par 5s this week, including a 2 0 -foot eagle putt on No. 2 that gave him a share of lead. Woods took the outright lead with a short birdie putt on No. 4 u ntil Garcia blazed by him with his string of birdies. Woods was asked if there was any part of his game that madehim unhappy. "No, I'm pretty p leased with where it's at right now," Woods replied. The reporter looked at h im, w a i ting f o r mo r e . Woods looked back and finally added with a grin, "Did I answer that?" Woods and Garcia have

First-round leader stumdles Roberto Castro's stay atop the leaderboard at The Players was shortlived. The 27-year-old Castro, who shot 9 under Thursday, followed the round of his life with one to forget. He shot a 6-over 78 in the second

round Friday anddropped into a tie for 29th. Despite the stumble, his outlook remained positive. "I wouldn't have been embarrassed or felt bad or anything if I would have shot two 76s this week," Castro said. "It's

a hard golf course. I'm 3-under par andbeating 110 of the best players in the world through 36 holes. So I just kept telling myself, 'it's not easy, it's not easy, it's not

easy.' "

—TheAssociated Press

linked when the Spaniard was 19 and gave Woods all he could handle at Medinah in the 1999 PGA Championship. They were paired in the final round of the 2002 U.S. Open and 2006 British Open, the year Garcia dressed all in yellow. But with the tournament only halfway over, this is far more than a duel between Woods and Garcia. The 18 players within five shots of th e l ead i nclude three current major champions — Adam Scott, Webb Simpson and Rory McIlroy — along w it h L e e W estwood, Henrik Stenson, Steve Stricker, Hunter Mahan and Zach Johnson. W estwood c h i pped i n from 100 feet for eagle on the 11th hole and was atop the leaderboard until making pars on his last eight holes. He had a 66 and was two shots behind, along with

Kevin Chappell (66) and Stenson, who had two eagles on the front nine in his round of 67. Ryan Palmer, who learned Thursday night that one of his best friends died in a car accident in San Antonio, had two eagles in a round of 69 and was three shots behind. Defending champion Matt Kuchar birdied three of his last four holes for a 66 and was at 7-under 137, along w ith S c ott, M a ha n a n d Johnson.

McIlroy was coming off

back-to-back bogeys when he chose to go for the green in two at th e par-5 ninth — he had planned to lay up each day. He hit the trees and got into a mess, and McIlroy made his third straight bogey. He rallied on the back for a 72 and was in the group at 6-under 138. "I've made the cut, which I'm delighted about," said played together on big stag- Mcllroy, who ha d m i ssed es — Bethpage Black, Royal the weekend his three previLiverpool — with a big edge ous times. "But I am in there for Woods. They first were with a chance."

Sergio Garcia pumps his fist after making birdie on the eighth green during the

second round of The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fia., on Sunday. Garcia shot a 65 and now leads the tournament John Raoux/The AssoaatedPress

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Blind Continued from C1 She will be among the favorites today in Class 3A at the Texas state meet, where she hopes to vault 12 feet or

higher. Ottmueller, a junior, began vaulting only five weeks ago after trying for more than a year to persuade her coach to let her participate. She has cleared 7 feet and hopes to surpass7-6 or 8 feetFriday at the Division IV state meet in Arizona. It is n o t u n common for athletes with limited sight to participate in running events, or throwing events like the shot put and discus. Marla Runyan, an American who is legally blind, reached the final of the 1,500 meters at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Later she competed as an elite runner in the New York City Marathon. But it is extremely rare for the visually impaired to compete in the pole vault. It is one of track and field's riskiest and most technically demanding events, requiring competitors to sprint down a runway, plant the pole in a box, invert t heir bodies and t ur n 1 8 0 degrees while flying over a crossbar. Many high schools have eliminated the event because of liability concerns. The pole vault is not contested in the Paralympics. And until this week, the executive director of the U.S. Association of Blind Athletes said he knew of no vaulters with exceptionally restricted vision. "In my 20 years with the USABA, I've not come across any," said Mark Lucas, who has been executive director of the governing body since 2000. "Pole vaulting is an absolute rarity because of the hand-eye coordination needed. What an incredible accomplishment with low vision." Ottmueller was born with underdeveloped optic nerves and can see at 20 feet what people with n o rmal v i sion can see at 400 feet — a condition that will not improve, her optometrist said. She has little or no peripheral vision or depth perception. In school, Ottmueller uses magnifying devices and Braille to read. At the Arizona state meet, given the unfamiliar surroundings, she planned to use a cane to navigate the crowded vaulting area. Brown developed cataracts as an infant and had surgery. Her vision deteriorated further at age 11 for reasons that remain unclear,her mother said. In her left eye, Brown perceives only light and darkness. And while vision in her righteye can be corrected to 20-400 with a contact lens or prescription goggles, her field of vision is so narrow that "it's like looking through a straw," said Dan Chamness, who is B rown's counselor with t h e Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. Essentially unable to read large type, Brown now relies primarily on Braille, the form in which her name appears on her letter jacket. She said she could not perceive colors, only blurry shades of black and white. During cross-country season, herteammates wear bells on their shoes to escort her along. This month, on her 16th birthday, Brown is scheduled to receive a guide dog. She and Ottmueller — one is 5-foot-7, the other is 5-4 — do not know each other but share the drive of honor students,the fearlessness ofcompetitors and a daredevil longing. Unable to rely on sight for vaulting, they have developed a mathematical compensation, counting their strides toward liftoff and trusting that the repetition of training will carry them safely over the bar. "You can't be afraid of what you can't s ee," Ottmueller said. In the air they experience a sense of freedom, both vaulters said,a temporary release from the attachment of gravity and the confines of public doubt. "For a few seconds, nothing is wrong in the world, and nothing else matters," Brown said in a telephone interview. The accomplishments of O ttmueller and Brown w i l l "break down n egative stereotypes," Lucas, of the blind a thletes a ssociation, s a i d. " Seventy p ercent o f k id s who are blind and visually impaired are left on the sideline in PE classes. Coaches d on't know h o w t o m a k e accommodations." As a young girl, Ottmuell er began p a rticipating i n

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Aria Ottmueiier, 17, a high school junior who is visually impaired, practices pole vaulting at Valley Christian High School in Chandler, Ariz., on Wednesday.

"In my 20 years with the USABA (U.S. Association of Blind Athletes), I've not come

across any. Pole vaulting is an absolute rarity because of the hand-eye coordination needed. What an incredible accomplishment with low vision." — Mark Lucas, executive director of the USABA, talking about blind pole vauiters gymnastics and

e questrian surrounding t h e po t ential for injuries during tumbling tial awareness. She still rides maneuvers. horses regularly. Her mother, Unyielding, Ottm u e ller M aria Giordano, who i s a b roached the idea o f p o l e nurse, said she frequently told vaulting last year, telling the her: "Your disability doesn't school's track coach, "If I can define you. Don't use it as a jump a 1 , 200-pound horse barrier. You don't know what over a bar, why can't I jump you can achieve unless you try myself over a bar'?" it." Dan Kuiper, a highly reStill, Ottmueller was bullied garded coach who has won in public school and trans25 state track championships, ferred to p r ivate school in was not immediately swayed. "I kept telling her no; from the eighth grade, her mother said. Her first choice of a pria liability standpoint it was vate high school was reject- dangerous," Kuiper said. "I ed by officials who thought said, 'I don't think you underO ttmueller would be a d i sstand; you've got to be able traction t o o t her s t udents, to see the bar.' But she was Giordano said. persistent." Even at Valley Christian Recently, Ottmueller began High School, which Ottmuel- to wonder, "Is there anyone ler now attends in suburban else out there like me'?" Phoenix, Giordano said her T here w as . B r o wn , o f d aughter was cut f rom t h e Rains High School in Emory, cheerleading squad, appar- Texas, has been vaulting for ently over liability concerns four years, since the seventh

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grade, drawn to it because "it looked dangerous." Her mother, Stori Brown, a science teacher at the high school, said that C h arlotte was inspired by tw o o l der brothers who were athletes and that she faced no resistance from school officials about her own aspirations. "I don't t h in k C h a rlotte has ever been told no," Stori Brown said. "We always told her, 'Yes you can do it, but how are you going to do it'?'" She got permission to use carpeting to guide her on the runway. Her coach is allowed to call out her strides as she approaches the bar. And as Brown has gone higher, she has begun c l imbing r opes and using gymnastics rings to grow more comfortable in an inverted position. "We take i t f o r g r a nted when we stick our feet toward the sky," said Derek Smith, Brown's coach. "She doesn't know what sky is." Whatever the outcome at the Texas state meet, Brown said she eagerly awaited a chance to begin working with a guide dog later this month. "I was thinking he would run next to me and hop on my back and be a jet pack and shoot me up there,"she said with a laugh.

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AMERICANLEAGUE BATTING —MiCabrera Detroit, .382; Loney, TampaBay,.376;CSantana,Cleveland,.354;Altuve, Houston, .342; TorHunter,Detroit, .338; Longoria, Tampa Bay,.336, AJones,Baltimore, .327. .371 9 RUNS —AJackson, Detroit, 33; McLouth, Balti.278 12'/r Single in the SeVenth inning, tD BastardoBS,1-1 2- 3 1 0 0 0 0 more, 28; MiCabrera,Detroit, 27; Jennings,Tampa Bay, 27; AJones, Baltimore,27; Machado, Baltimore, hit a three-run hamer — a Call Friday's Games Mi.AdamsL,1-3 1 1 1 1 1 0 leadLDS AngeleS PaStChiCagO. 27; Crisp, Oakland,24;AGordon,KansasCity, 24; Detroit 10,Cleveland4 BOSTON — JDn LBSter PitChed a Arizona that VVBS COrreCtly OVerturned by Longoria,TampaBay, 24. Tampa Bay6, SanDiego3 Hank COnger reaChed DnCOnOr Kennedy 7 6 2 2 3 4 one-hitter, allowing only Maicer baseball's beleaguered umpires RBI —MiCabrera, Detroit, 40; CDavis, Baltimore, Boston 5, Toronto 0 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 W.Harris GillaSPie'S errar tD Start the inning Baltimore 9, Minnesota6,10 innings IZturiS' tWD-Dut dOuble in the SiXth — and WandyRodriguez pitched 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 33; Fieder, Detroit, 33; Napoi, Boston, 32; MarSipp W,2-1 R eynol ds,Cleveland,30;AGordon,KansasCity,27; and SCOred Dn Trout'S SharP Single L.A. Ange s7, ChrcagoWhrte Sox5 D.HemandezS,1-4 1 1 0 0 0 0 inning, and Boston broke athreePittSburgh PaSt NeWYOrk. TrumboLosAngeles 26. N.Y.Yankees 11,Kansas City 6 WP—Kenned y. tD right Dff relieVer Matt LirtdStrDm HITS — MiCabrera, Detroit, 52; Altuve, Houston, Texas 4, Houston 2 game losing streak with a win over that gave the Angels a 6-5 lead. T—2:42.A—31,900(48,633). Pittsburgh New York 50; AJones,Baltimore, 49; Machado,Baltimore, 48; Seattle 6, Oakland3 Toronto. Lester (5-Oj allowed just Today's Games ab r hbi ab r hbi Kinsler, Texas, 46;AGordon,KansasCity, 45; TorJ.B. ShUCkthen SCOred Dn a SMartelf 4 1 3 1 RTejadss 5 0 1 0 Marlins 5, Dodgers 4 Hunter,Detroit, 45;Longoria,Tampa Bay, 45; Pedroia, Toronto(Buehrle1-2)at Boston(Buchholz6-0), 10:35 One Df the remaining nine batterS passed ball. Mercer2b 4 I 2 0 Turner2b-3b 4 0 0 0 Boston,45 a.m. tD hit the ball Dut Df the infield and McCtch cf 5 0 0 0 DWrght 3b 4 0 2 0 DOUBLES —Napoli, Boston, 16; AJones,BaltiSan Diego(B.Smith 0-0) at TampaBay (Hegickson LOS ANGELES — Derek Dietrich finiShed With fiVe StrikeDUtS. Los Angel e s Chicago G Joneslb 5 2 3 3 Rrcep 0 0 0 0 more, 13;Mauer,Minnesota,13; CDavis,Baltimore, 1-2), 3:10p.m. tied the game with his first major ab r hbi ab r hbi C ontrrsp 0 0 0 0 Dudalf 4000 Cleveland (U.Jimenez2-2) at Detroit (Verlander4-2), 12; Lowrie,Oakland,12; Machado,Baltimore, 12; 5 Toronto Boston S hucklf 4 1 1 1 DeAzacf 5 1 2 1 G rillip 0 0 0 0 Byrdrf 2 0 0 0 408 p.m. tied at11. league homerun, Juan Pierre ab r hbi ab r hbi Troutcf 5 1 2 1 Kppngr2b 5 0 1 0 Tabatarf 4 0 1 0 Carsonp 0 0 0 0 Baltimore (S.Johnson0-0)at Minnesota(Worley 0-4), TRIPLES —Egsbury, Boston,3; Trout, LosAngeSingled in the gD-ahead run in the RDavi s dh 2 0 0 0 Ellsury cl 5 1 1 0 P ujolsdh 4 1 1 1 Riosrf 4 1 2 0 PAlvrz3b 4 1 2 1 DnMrpph 1 0 0 0 4:10 p.m. les,3;13tied at2. T rumolb 4 0 1 1 A.Dunnlb 3 I 0 0 McKnrc 4 I 1 0 Atchisnp 0 0 0 0 seventh inning and Miami dealt L.A. Angels (Wigiams1-1) at ChicagoWhite Sox Lind ph-dh 2 0 0 0 Victorn rf 3 1 2 0 HOME RUNS —MarReynolds, Cleveland, 11; MeCarrlf 3 0 0 0 Pedroia2b 3 1 2 1 Hamltnrf 5 0 0 0 Konerkdh 3 1 0 0 (Quintana 2-0), 4:10p.m. JMcDnlss 3 0 0 0 Vldspn2b 1 1 1 1 CDavis, Baltimore, 10; Encarnacion,Toronto, 10; LDS AngeleS itS eighth Straight I-IKndrc2b 4 0 1 0 Gigaspi3b 4 0 0 0 N.Y.Yankees(Petitte 3-2) at KansasCity (Shields 2- Bautistrf 3 0 0 0 D.Ortizdh 3 0 0 0 W Rdrgp 3 0 0 I I.Davislb 4 I 2 0 Arencibia Toronto,9;Cano,NewYork,9; Fielder,DeE ncrnclb 3 0 0 0 Napolilb 4 0 0 0 C agasp3b 4 0 I 0 Viciedolt 3 I I 2 M azzar p 0 0 0 0 Reckerc 3 1 2 1 loss. 2), 4.10p.m. troit, 9; Morse,Seatle, 9;Trumbo,LosAngeles,9. 3212 Congerc 3 2 1 0 AIRmrzss 3 0 0 0 Texas(Darvish 5-1) at Houston(Bedard0-2), 4:10 A renciic 3 0 0 0 Navalf G Snchz ph-lb 0 I 0 0 Lagars cf 4 0 I 0 STOLEN BASES —Egsbury, Boston 12; DeRosa2b 3 0 0 0 Sltmchc 4 0 2 1 B Harrsss 4 2 3 1 Flowrsc 3 0 1 1 p.m. Marcmp 1 0 0 0 McLouth,Baltimore,11;Crisp, Oakland,8; RDavis, Miami Los Angeles W iseph I 0 0 0 Oakland(Parker 1-5) at Seatte (Maurer2-4), 6:10 Lawrie3b 3 0 0 0 Mdlrks3b 4 0 2 I A Brwnrf 3 0 1 1 ab r hbi ab r hbi Toronto, 8;Andrus,Texas, 7; AEscobar, Kansas City, R asmscf 3 0 0 0 Drewss 4 0 0 0 T otals 3 7 7 11 5 Totals 3 4 5 7 4 Totals 3 6 7 126 Totals 3 6 3 103 P ierrelf 4 0 2 1 Crwfrdlf 5 1 3 0 p.m. 7, Pedroia,Boston,7. Mlzturs ss 3 0 1 0 L os Angeles 0 0 4 1 0 0 200 — 7 P ittsburgh Sunday's Games 030 0 3 0 0 01 — 7 H chvrrss 4 0 0 0 Punto3b 4 1 0 0 PITCHING —MMoore,TampaBay, 6-0; Buchholz, Cleveland atDetroit,10:08 a.m. Totals 2 8 0 1 0 Totals 3 35 105 Chicago 1 00 400 000 — 5 New York 0 00 010 002 — 3 Polanc3b 3 1 0 0 AdGnzllb 4 1 1 3 Boston,6-0;Lester,Boston,5-0; Guthrie,KansasCity, E—DeAza (3), Gilaspie(2). LOB —LosAngeles TorontoatBoston,10:35am. Toronto 0 00 000 000 — 0 E D Wright (2) DP Pittsburgh 1,NewYork 1 R uggincf 2 0 0 0 Kempcf 4 1 1 0 5-0; Scherzer,Detroit, 5-0; Hamm el, Baltimore, 5-1; San DiegoatTampaBay, 10:40a.m. Boston 010 000 40x — 5 7, Chicago 6 28 Pujols (7), Conger(3), Rios(6), LOB —Pittsburgh 6, NewYork 7. 28—G.Jones 2(9), D obbslb 4 0 0 0 Ethierrf 4 0 0 0 Darvish,Texas,5-1; FHernandez,Seattle, 5-2; MasterE—R.Ortiz (1), M.lzturis (4). DP—Toronto 2. Viciedo(4). HR Baltimoreat Minnesota,11:10a.m. —B.Harris (3), DeAza(7). CS—Con- McKenry(3), D.Wright (6), Lagares(1). HR —G.Jones O zunarf 3 1 0 0 AERisc 4 0 3 1 son, Cleveland, 5-2. N.Y.Yankeesat KansasCity,11:10 a.m. LOB Toronto 1,Boston9. 28 M.lzturis (4), Nava ger (1). SF —Shuck. (5), Valdespin(3),Recker(1). Dietrch 2b 4 1 1 3 Schmkr 2b 4 0 I 0 STRIKEOUTS —Darvish, Texas, 72; Scherzer, DeTexas at Houston, 11:10a.m. (7), Saltalamacchi(9), a Middebrooks2(7) Los Angeles IP H R ER BB SO Pittsburgh IP H R E R BB SO Brantly c 2 1 1 0 DGordn ss 3 0 0 0 troit, 61;AniSanchez,Detroit, 58;FHernandez, Seattle, 3 1-3 4 5 5 2 2 Oakland atSeatle,1:10 p.m. Toronto IP H R E R BBSO Enright W.Rodnguez W,3-2 6 6 1 1 0 2 F rnndzp 2 0 1 0 Magigp 1 0 0 0 56;Buchholz,Boston,56;Dempster,Boston,55;MasL.A. Angelsat ChicagoWhite Sox,5:05 p.m. R.Ortiz L,0-1 5 4 1 1 5 1 M.Lowe 12-3 3 0 0 0 0 Mazzaro 2 1 0 0 0 0 C oghlnph 1 1 1 0 Uribeph 1 0 1 0 terson,Cleveland,51; Iwakuma,Seattle,51. 1 1-3 4 3 3 0 1 KohnW,1-0 Cecil 1 0 0 0 1 1 Contreras 2-3 3 2 2 1 0 M Dunnp 0 0 0 0 Howel p 0 0 0 0 SAVES —JiJohnson, Baltimore, 14; Rivera,New 12-3 2 1 1 0 2 D.De LaRosaH,4 2 NATIONALLEAGUE Storey 0 0 0 0 3 Grilli S,14-14 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Quags p 0 0 0 0 Fdrwcz ph I 0 0 0 York, 13; Reed,Chicago, 11;Wilhelmsen, Seattle, East Division Boston FrieriS,6-7 1 0 0 0 1 3 New york Diazph 1 0 0 0 Belisarip 0 0 0 0 10; Nathan,Texas, 10; Janssen,Toronto, 9; Perkins, W L Pct GB LesterW,5-0 9 1 0 0 0 5 Chicago MarcumL,0-3 42 - 3 9 6 6 0 2 Cishekp 0 0 0 0 PRdrgzp 0 0 0 0 Minnesota,8. WP — Cecil. Atlanta 21 14 600 AxelrodL,0-3 6 7 6 5 1 6 Carson 11-3 1 0 0 0 0 VnSykph 1 0 0 0 NATIONALLEAGUE Washington 20 15 .571 1 T 2 46. A 33,606(37,499). 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Input soughton electric rate hike The Oregon Public Utility Commission has

scheduled a meeting Tuesday to provide information about Pacific Power's request to

increase electricity rates and to take comments from the public.

While the meeting will be held in Medford, the PUC also will take

comments by U.S.mail or via the Web, accord-

ing to the commission. Pacific Power has asked for a 3percent rate increase for residential customers that would become effective

By Ron Nixon New York Times News Service

WASHINGTON — The financially troubled Postal Service on Friday posted a net loss of $1.9 billion in the second quarter, which ended March 31, compared with a $1.3 billion loss in the previous quarter, when holiday shop-

ping and heavy spending on political advertising during the 2012 election had helped

the agency. Overall, the Postal Service reported operating revenues of $16.3 billion in the second quarter, an increase of $121 million, or 0.7 percent, which

it attributed to strong growth in e-commerce deli veries and a small increase in standard mail, also known as junk mail. It is the first increase in revenue forthe agency infive

Congress to pass legislation to overhaul the postal system. The Postal Service has struggled as mail volume has declined, which it continued to do in the second quarter, to 38.8 billion pieces, down from 39.4 billion for the same period ayear earlier,according to agency financial documents. Revenue from first-class mail, which provides the bulk of Postal Service revenue, declined $198 million, or 2.7 percent,from the same period last year, with a decrease in volume of 713 million pieces, or 4.1 percent. There were a few bright

years. But postal officials said the service's expenses of $18.2 billion, which included continuing debt, had offset the modest increase in revenue. Joseph Corbett, the Postal Service's chief financial officer, said it had nearly $50 billion in debt obligations. Officials said the Postal Service continued to lose $25 million a day as it waits for

spots in the gloomy report. Revenue from advertising mail increased $96 million, or 2.4 percent, in the second quarter compared with the same perioda year earlier on a volume increase of 181 million pieces, or I percent. Revenue from package deliveries continued to grow, up $267 million, or 9.3 percent, compared with the same period last year. Postal unions praised the second-quarter numbers, saying the figures show the continuing viability of the Postal Service. "This positive trend under-

oss mines the doom-and-gloom scenarios postal critics cite — and it shows the folly of reducing services to Americans, asthe postmaster generalseeks to do,"said Fredric Rolando, president of the National Association of Letter Carriers. Postal officials said they were able to curb the losses by cutting back the hours at many post offices, reducing staff through attrition and consolidating about half of the service's processing plants. The agencysaid these actions w ere not enough toreduce its huge debt, however.

in January, if approved, and for an additional 1.8 percent later in 2014, according to the Citizens' Utility Board of

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HighSchoolcommons, 1151 CunninghamAve., Medford, followed by a

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They can also besent electronically to: http://

apps.puc.state.or.us/ commentue263/ message.htm. — Bulletin staff report

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR MONDAY • Security Plus Certification Prep: Designed to provide skills for work in IT security and to passthe Comptia Security+ Exam; registration required; class continues Mondaysthrough July 8; $499; 8 a.m.-noon; Central OregonCommunity College —Crook County Open Campus,510S.E. Lynn Blvd., Prineviiie; 541-383-7270. TUESDAY • Howto Take Control of Your Time andGet More Out of Life!: Online webinar with strategies and solutions to boost productivity and efficiency; hosted by SIMPLIFY; registration required; $65; 8-9:30 a.m.; Camp Sherman; 503-2608714 or info@sImplifynw. com. WEDNESDAY • Don't Leave Success to Chance: Jim Wilcox of Central Oregon Community College's Small Business Development Center, will present business planning best practices; reservations requested; free; 7:30 a.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-382-3221 or www. bendchamber.org. • Young Professionals Network: Ridge Golf Pavilion; registration required; $7 for members, $15 for nonmembers; 7:30 a.m.; EagleCrest Resort, 1522 Ciine Falls Road, Redmond; 541-382-3221 or www.bendchamber.org. • Howto Develop a Business Plan: Learnhow to evaluate finances, target a market and present ideas in a written business plan; registration required; $59; 6-9 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W.CollegeW ay,Bend; 541-383-7290. • Project Management Fundamentals: Learn the concepts needed to plan, implement, control and close any type of project; approved for 24 hours of PDUs by PMI; registration required; online class begins May15 and classroom sessions meet May 23, June 6and June 27; $159; 6-8 p.m.; COCC Chandler Building, 1027 N.W. Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270.

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designer jeans.

General Contractor:Kirby

Nagelhout Construction Co. Details:Construction crews have started preparing the site for the 37,618 square-foot Central

Oregon Community College Technology Education Center on the Redmond campus. A building permit for the project was issuedTuesday, and work is expected to becompleted by June2014,saidMichaelMcLandress, project manager at Kirby Nagelhout.

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The two-story building is designed to be flexible and accommodate additional technology

programs as theyevolve, accord-

McLandressestimates coning to COCC. The college sees the struction will cost $8.3 million. The Technology Education Center as center is one oftheprojects funded by the November2009 bond measure, aswell as a$5.7 million match from the state of Oregon,

according to COCC'websi s te.

a key element in recruiting new businesses andhelping existing ones expand. It will offer technology-related programs, such asdigital arts

and media andnondestructive

welding, quality assurance and

testing and inspection, a field that

other skills.

analyzes materials, components and systems for flaws. Located on the Redmond Cam-

"It's a great project," McLandress said. "It's a major addition to the Redmond Campus and

pus, near Southeast Airport Way and Southeast VeteransWay,the

COCC's presence inCentral Oregon and Redmond," hesaid. "And

Technology Education Center will join the existing Manufacturing

Kirby Nagelhout is proud to be the builder of the new facility and

and Applied Technology Center,

where students learn machining,

to be partnering with COCC." — By Rachael Rees, rtte Buffetin

Late-payment rate tumblesin1st quarter By Alex Veiga

and rising home prices that began gaining traction

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about a year ago.

LOS ANGELES — A resurgent housing market, rising home values and

steady job gains are helping more U.S. homeowners stay on top of their mortgage payments. The percentage of mortgage holders at least two months behind on their payments fell by 21 percent in the first three months of thisyear versus the same period in 2012, credit report-

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Wednesday. The sharp annual decline in the mortgage delinquency rate represents the biggest quarterly drop on record for TransUnion, whose data go back to 1992. "We certainly expected improvement this quarter, as the housing sector is in recovery, but the magnitude of the improvement was unexpected," Tim Martin, TransUnion's group vice president of U.S. housing, said in a statement. All told, the mortgage delinquency rate was 4.56 percent in the first quarter.

A home for sale this month in Mt. Lebanon, Pa., amid a resurgent housing market and rising home values. The percentage of mortgage holders behind on their payments fell by 21 percent in the first three months of this year versus the same period in 2012. That's down from 5.78 percent in the prior-year quarter, TransUnion said. The first-quarter rate also fell 12 percent compared with the last three months of 2012, when it was 5.19 percent, a four-year low. Even so, the mortgage delinquency rate is still above the I percent to 2 percent average historical range, an indication that

many homeowners still are struggling to make their payments. Before the housing bust, mortgage delinquencies were running at less than 2 percent nationally. They peaked at nearly 7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009. The rate has been trending down since then, aided by a rebound in home sales

U.S. home prices rose 10.5 percent in March compared to a year earlier, the biggest gain since March 2006, according to real estate data provider CoreLogic. March marked the 13th month in a row that home prices have increased on an annual basis nationwide. Rising home values make it easier for borrowers to refinance their mortgages or sell their homes if they lose their jobs or otherwise become unableto make payments. They also help bring down the number of homeowners who are underwater on their mortgage, or owe more ontheirhome loan than their homes are worth. Last year, 1.7 million homeowners who had been underwater on their mortgage were moved into positive equity, according CoreLogic. That left another 10.4 million, or nearly 22 percent of all homes with a mortgage, still in negative equity at the end of last year.

Europe has more than tripled a tariff on the high-end denim creations, which could snag the boom for pricey pants. This month, the European Union duty on women's denim trousers manufactured in the United States jumped to 38 percent from 12 percent. The increase, if passed along to customers in the form of priceincreases,could put a damper ondenim exports to Europe, currently a growing market for U.S. denim makers. But it is expected to disproportionately affect California denim makers, who make roughly three-quarters of American high-end denim. Low-end jeans are primarily manufactured abroad because of cheaper labor costs. "When you look at the international markets and growth potential ... clearly Europe is a prime area," said Tom Travis, a Miami lawyer who specializes in international trade and customs law. The tariff "comes at an inopportune time for a growing industry that continues to look for additional markets outside the U.S." The tariff increase, which was announced April 17, is seen as retaliation by the EU against the U.S. for failing to fully comply with a 2002 World Trade Organization ruling against the Byrd Amendment, which was a law that allowed the U.S. to levy additional duties on "unfairly traded" goods. Critics say the United States has continued to adopt additional tariffs, and as a result, other countries are raising tariffs on U.S. goods. The tradestandoff is expected to slow sales of American jeans brands that have cachet with European fashionistas. The women's "premium" jeans business — involving pants that cost $75 or more — accounts for 22 percent of the global jeans market, according to San Francisco research firm Global Industry Analysts Inc.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Susan Browne has b een named assistant branch manager of the Bend-Bluff Drive branch of Washington Federal Inc. Browne has 12 years of experience in the banking industry. She previously worked as a loan coordinator and has worked at Certified Financial Services an d Wa s h ington

Mutual. Michael McKay has joined Home Federal Bank as as'( s istant vice p r esident a n d branch manager atthe PrineMcKay von Strome Borstel ville branch. McKay will be responsible for s u pervising branch operations, growing He has 21 years of experience core deposits and loans and in the financial industry and managing client relationships. previouslyworked as a credit

officer, commercial loan officer and most r ecently as branch manager at OneMain Financial. L ynn Perey h a s j o i n ed Prudential Northwest Prope rties in B end t h rough i t s Veterans to Brokers career program, which covers the m ajor s t a rt-up c o st s f o r

newly licensed real e state brokers. Noah von Borstel, of John L. Scott Real Estate in Redmond, was the top sales agent for April. Bobbie Strome, of John L. Scott Real Estate in Redmond, was the top listing agent for April.


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n the news business, every season, holiday and major event brings with it a flood of press releases from well-meaning companies trying to link their product/service/idea to current events. For example, hurricane season on the East Coast cannot pass without my email inbox bulging with press releases about home emergency kits, window-protecting devices to communication tools (this despite the fact that we're about as likely to experience ahurricane inCentral Oregon as a tsunami). Likewise, as summer approaches, I receive dozens of press inquiries wondering if we will write about some new diet pill that promises to make you beach-ready, or special money-protecting handbags for travelers, or kitschy wine glasses for outdoor entertaining — you get the idea. Mother's Day is no different in the land of PR. As it approaches, dozens of companies try to tie their products to the holiday, sometimes in touching and meaningful ways (say, a memoir from a woman whose mother struggled with mental illness), and sometimes less successfully

Film explores Mideast peace The documentary "My So-Cal led Enemy" will be shown at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the First

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The program is similar to the one that Bend High School

student Marley Forest

Photos courtesy Deschutes Historical Society

A garrison of 40 troops was stationed in the Camp Polk meadow to protect some of Central Oregon's first settlers during the winter of 1865-66. The Hindman homestead — which this historic barn was a part of — was built on thissite four years later.

stani, Afghan, Egyptian, Jordanian, Israeli and Palestinian origin.

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proteinbars and weight loss shakes?

sponsored bythe Mt. Bachelor Rotary Club. The church is at 230 N.E. 9th St., Bend. Contact: 541-815-9678.

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year (I prefer to call it sparkle), the last thing I want from my children is a message that says "Mom, you look old — fix it." The same goesforthe Mother's Day promotion that urged gift givers to partake in a sale of fitness equipment. The message here? "Mom, you're fat — here's a treadmill." Not that questionable gifts are limited to the realm of marketing. I've heard plenty of stories through the years of gifts gone awry. Kitchen appliances and clothes irons don't seem to be popular presents for Mother's Day, for example, at least not among the moms I know. And despite the spate of sappy commercials on TV advertising cheesy jewelry and bad poetry from Hallmark, I contend that what most moms really want for Mother's Day is a break from the expectations of being a mom. No homework-wran-

gling or chore-nagging, no figuring out how to make a dinner from the

hodgepodge of random veggies in the fridge, no playing peacemaker between siblings at war, no cleaning cat pukeoffthe carpet. Most moms I know want the same thing for Mother's Day — a bottle of wine and a day off. That's my only-half-joking response to my husband's question of what I want for Mother's Day. And I do daydream sometimes of a respite from motherhood. A few blessed hours to myself. The knowledge that for a little while, I won't have to worry about the Stewie Griffin-esque call of "Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom ..." But then I see the coffee cup on my desk. A cheap plastic cup, stained on the inside and not particularly efficient at keeping coffee hot. It has a paper liner inside its clear plastic shell. "I love you Mommy," it says. It has pictures ofbutterflies and some plastic jewels glued on. My son made it for Mother's Day when he was 4. I guess I don't want a day off after all. I want "I love you Mommy" written on a cheap plastic mug that I will keep on my desk even when it is old and smudged. I want a handwritten card with misspelled words and stick figures drawn in crayon. I want to see my kids' sweet smiles. Unfortunately for the PR companies, you just can't market that. — Julie Johnson is the features editor at The Bulletin. 541-383-0308, jj ohnson@bendbulletin.com

can youth delegation. The program will also include about180 students of lndian, Paki-

(Mother's Day gift guides including One particularly terrible example this year promoted a pill that promised to return color to Mom's gray hair. "After all the years of being blamed for Mom's gray hair, this Mother's Day give Mom the best gift possible, the gift of youth by bringing back her natural hair color!" said the press release. The best Mother's Day gift possible? I beg to differ. While my own hair creeps more toward gray every

was selected to attend this summer. She is one of 20 U.S. students selected as the Ameri-

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Deschutes County's Historic Preservation Month celebration will feature events at the following historic sites:

over the county this year," said Kelly Cannon-Miller, executive director of the Deschutes County Historical Society, one of a dozen groups that

A garrison of 40 troops was stationed at Camp Polk three miles northeast of Sisters during the winter of1865-66 to protect Central Oregon's first settlers from Indian attacks. Samuel Hindman built what is believed to be the region's first homestead on this site in1870 and established a post office and a general store on the site five years later.

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The McAnn House is part of the17-square-block Drake Park Neighborhood Historic Site. Built between 1910 and 1954, the historic homes in this neighborhood outside downtown Bend represent 14 different architectural styles.

collected more than $31,000 for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation and breast cancer research since 2011.

Seven different races are held over two days, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, including music and

ton qualifier race. Visit SunriverMara thon.com for registration links and details

about lodging packages. For more information, 800-801-8765 or www.sunriver-resort.

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represent14 distinct architectural styles, including American Craftsman, American Colonial, California Ranch, CapeCod, Dutch Colonial, English

to events@bendbul-

Cottage and Tudor. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

"Submit an Event" at www.bendbulletin. com. Allow at least10

Purchased by Redmond's first schoolteacher in1907, the Jessie Hill School bell rang proudly at Redmond High School sporting events. But after being put into storage in1928, the bell was almost forgotten until the teacher's sister asked that it be restored 30 years later. It now hangs

in the cupola of VernPatrick Elementary School. THE OLDREDMOND SGHOOLHOUSE Built in1905, the Old Redmond Schoolhouse is a single-story wooden building used to teach homesteader children. In1976, the building was moved from its original location near downtown Redmond to Dry Canyon in an attempt to prevent its demolition.

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PETERSENROCKGARDEN When he was 52 years old, Dutch immigrant Rasmus Petersen built

a series of statues and replica buildings using rocks, petrified wood, glass and shells that he collected from the areasurrounding Redmond to glorify his adopted country. The roadside attraction was closed this winter for much-needed repairs andmaintenance andwill reopen Memorial Dayweekend. The sites featured onthis map arejust a fewof the places theBend,DeschutesCountyand Redmond landmarks

commissions haverecognized asbeing historically significant to their localities. Toseeafull mapof Deschutes County's historic sites visit www.bendbulletin.com/historicsites.

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days before the desired date of publication. Contact: 541-3830351. • Story ideas: Email

communitylife©bendbulletin.com. — From staff reports

Correction Due to incorrect information provided to The Bulletin, an acrylic

painting by LeahSowell was mistitled in a cap-

tion that ran on page 13 of GO! Magazine on Friday, May10. The correct title is "The Final

Days of a Well-loved Ford Probe." The Bulletin regrets

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES

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Kathy Garms, right, looks at an old dress that she wore In a play at the Opera House In Elkader, Iowa. Garms Is the driving force behind the Abdelkader Education Project, which welcomed Arab dignitarIes in the first weekend of May.

To submit service information or announcementsfor religious organizations, email bulletin@ bendbulletin.com or call 541-383-0358. ANTIOCHCHURCH:Sr. Pastor Ken Wystma; "The Faithfulness of Godin the Frustrations of Life"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; ReduxQ-and-Aafter the service; BendHighSchool, 230 N.E Sixth St., Bend. BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Bil Martin; "Living Beyond theWalls"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group; Wednesday at 7 p.m.;19831 Rocking HorseRoad,Bend. BENDCHURCHOFTHENAZARENE: Mother's Daycelebration; Sundayat 10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E 27th St., Bend. CENTRAL OREGONBAPTIST CHURCH:Pastor John Tittle; "The LegacyofaGodlyMother,"based on2 Timothy1:3-7; Sundayat10:30a.m.; 500 S.W. Bond St., Bend. CROSSCHURCH:Pastor Ed Byrnes; "The Value of aMother"; today at 6:30 p.m.; Neighborhood Center, 2640 Jones Road,Bend. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveOrullinger; "The Breadof Life," based onJohn 6:25-69; Sunday at10 a.m.; 334 N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. EASTMONTCHURCH: Pastor Chris Charon; "Refrigerator: Nourishing the Family," based onProverbs 31:10, as part of the series, "INVEST:Building a Home WithGrace";Sundayat9and 10:45 a.m.; 62425EagleRoad, Bend. FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Pastor Randy Wills; "John versus Luke," as part of theseries, "Fan or Follower"; Sunday at10 a.m.; Youth Group; Wednesdays;7 p.m.;61690 Pettigrew Road,Bend. THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "Why it is Better to Marry?" based on1 Corinthians 7:7-9 and Genesis1-2, part one of the series, "Marriage andSingleness" Sunday at10 a.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor Jenny Warner; "Find the W hy: SpacesofGrace";Sundayat the9a.m.,10:45a.m.and 5:01 p.m. services; 230 N.E Ninth St., Bend. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: TheRev.Thom Larson; "Rising UpFrom Homelessness," based on Psalm 84and John14:1828; Sunday at 9and11 a.m.; 680 N.W. Bond St., Bend. FOUNDRYCHURCH:Mother's Oay celebration; Sundayat10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W. OregonAve., Bend. GRACE FIRSTLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Big Time Prayer Support" and "Thanks, Mom!"; Sunday at 9:30

nasma townin owa, toeranCe or Sam en ureS By Samuel G. Freedman

Kader — a true world hero — is 'talking' todayto a much broadELKADER, Iowa — Amid er audience about our shared an expanse of undulating farm- values and on how humanity land, deep in the steep valley could and can prevail over all carved by the Turkey River, differencesand prejudices." the town of Elkader sits most The saga began in 1845, of the year in remote obscurity. when a land developer, TimoPopulation 1,200 and gradu- thy Davis, scouted a site along ally shrinking, it is the seat of a the Turkey River for a flour mill county without a single traffic and settlement. Davis had read light. of Abd el-Kader's fight against I mprobably enough, t h i s the French for Algerian indecommunity settled by Germans pendence, which was covered and Scandinavians, its religious by U.S. newspapers sympalife built around Catholic and thetic to the revolt against coLutheran churches, bears the lonial rule. So Davis named his name of a Muslim hero. Abd new town for the emir. el-Kader was renowned in the Over the decades, the pro19th century for leading Alge- fundity o f E l k ader's provria's fightforindependence and enance gave way to a kind of protecting non-Muslims from exotica — a local college called persecution. Even A braham its student newspaper the"Arab Lincoln extolled him. Chieftain" — and ultimately Las weekend, for the fifth was all but forgotten. Then, year in a row, Elkader wel- in the mid-1980s, an Algerian comed a delegation of Arab liaison at the U.S. Embassy dignitaries to celebrate this there chanced upon the fact rare lifeline of tolerance, span- that a town in Iowa had been ning continents and centuries. named for Kader. And that liComing lessthan three weeks aison, Benaoumer Zergaoui, after the B oston M arathon hailed from Kader's birthplace, bombings, which the authori- Mascara. ties say were committed by Through the efforts of Zertwo Muslim brothers, the Ab- gaoui and Elkader's mayor at delkader Education Project's the time, Edward Olson, Masforum stands more than ever cara and Elkader established a for an affirming encounter be- sister-city relationship in 1984. tween the United States and That endeavor died out in the Islam. early 1990s, however, as Al"Our audience is the people geria descended into a dozen who are c ompassionate al- years of civil war between the ready," said Kathy Gamts, 63, government and Islamist milia retired human-resources ad- tants. By the time stability had ministrator who is the driving returned to Algeria, Elkader force in the Abdelkader project. and the rest of America was liv"But there are so many people ing in the aftermath of the Sept. who are ignorant or scared or 11, 2001, attacks, infected by even hateful. We just hope that the belief that Islam was at war once they get across the start- with the West. ing line, they will listen." Eventually, Algeria's governAbdallah Baali, A l geria's ment reached out to Elkader's ambassador to t h e U n i t ed new mayor in 2008. He turned States and an annual partici- down the opportunity to visit, pant in the forum, put its impact but the invitation found its way in global terms. to Kathy Garms, a volunteer in "In our increasingly tor- the local history museum. An mented world," the ambassa- accidental diplomat, Garms dor wrote in an email, "Abd el- had been born and reared in New York Times News Service

Elkader, the daughter of a logger and a secretary. As a young woman, her world extended no wider than San Angelo, Texas, where she had r epresented Iowa in the Miss Wool beauty

pageant. In middle age by this time, and having seen a bit of the world as a military wife, Garms seized upon the Algerian offer. With her husband, she traveled there to meet with government leaders, visitK ader's grave and attend a conference run by a humanitarian foundation. Two weeks after she returned to Iowa, the Turkey River flooded, destroying about 30 homes and causing $8 million in property damage. Garms picked

up her phone one day to field an inquiry from the Algerian government about how to wiretransfersome money for disaster relief. A couple of hundred dollars, she figured, how sweet. It turned out to be $150,000. Serendipity made its next appearance in November 2008 in the form of John W. Kiser, a Virginia author. He had just published a biography of Kader, "Commander of the Faithful," and wanted to hold a booklaunch event in the namesake town. Between them, Garms and Kiser brainstormed the idea of starting an essay contest for local high school students and holding a forum to renew interest in Kader. "Ourpoint," Kiser said in a recent interview, "is to inject into the educational bloodstream another view of Islam. We need to balance the narratives that are constantly coming through the media.Fear and ignorance are a deadly combination." Elkader displays historical artifacts about Algeria and Kader in both City Hall and the history museum. Alocal restaurant serves Algerian cuisine. Matched sets of poles with the word for peace written in English, French, and Arabic, stand in Elkader and Mascara.

Finding faith in 'StarWars' universe By Lauren Davidson

But it wasn't until the 1990s, with the advent of the Internet, NEW YORK — Draped in a that Jediism caught on. brown robe, neon lightsaber in The Star W ar s s p iritual hand, the Star Wars Jedi is an following made headlines in iconic movie image. But not all 2001, when 390,000 citizens Jedis come from a galaxy far, of England and Wales — or far away. Some are a bit more 0.7 percent of the population local: from Alabama, Utah and — claimed Jediism as their reAlaska, to name a few. ligion, making it the fifth most For some, it's an organized popular faith behind Christianreligion known as Jediism; 0th- ity, no religion, Islam and Hiners adopt it as a philosophy of duism. Jediism even dwarfed life, called Jedi Realism. Both Judaism, which had around share a central outlook on life. 260,000 members. "Being a Jedi is saying to the The U.K. Office of National world that I am on a quest to Statistics hypothesized that become the bestperson I can people chose "Jediism" for be," said Matthew Vossler, au- humor or political protest, afthor of "Jediism: Philosophy ter a controversial campaign and Practice," who runs the on- against the religion question line Maryland Jedi Order and on the census. The numbers goes by the self-chosen Jedi dropped significantly by the name Zindel. "It's like saying 2011 census, with just 177,000 I'm going to hold myself to this writing in Jedi as their religion. standard, and I'm going to try While the U.S. census does my best to stay on this path." not include questions about reGeorge Lucas coined the ligion, thousands of Americans term "Jedi" — for those who do identify themselves as Jedi. fight for justice using the Force, The Temple of the Jedi Or"the energy field that binds the der, founded in 2005 by John galaxy together," according to Henry Phelan in Texas, is the the Star Wars figure Obi-Wan first international church of JeKenobi — when the first Star diism. An online congregation, Wars film was released in 1977. its website gets an average of Columbia News Service

5,000 hits per week and hosted than 290,000 visitors in the past year. Of those, at least three quarters are in the U.S., said Michael Kitchen, the church's spokesman, who is also a shop clerk in London. The church ordains its own ministers,who can ascend clerical ranks through deacon, priest, bishop and archbishop. They listen to confession and perform wedding ceremonies. A minister posts a written sermon online every Sunday, and once a month, the Temple's website streams a live sermon. "Does it really matter how I or you as a Jedi believe?" asks Patricia Bolcerek, a minister who calls herself Master Neaj online, in a sermon from midApril. "Simply, no. My choices and beliefs can and will differ from the next, because you are not me and I am not you. But we are in consensus that we believe in a path that is the same." This path follows "peace, justice, love, learning and using our abilities for good," according to the Temple's website, but stipulates no religious belief. Jedis can be Christian, Wiccan, atheist or anything else.

a.m.; 2265 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend. JOURNEYCHURCH:PastorKeith Kirkpatrick; "Finding Faith"; Sunday at 9 and10:30 a.m.; 70N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. NEW HOPE CHURCH:Pastor Randy Myers; "A Look atOur Hearts," as part of the series "Parable"; today at 6 p.m., Sunday at 9and10:45 a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend. NEWPORTAVENUECHURCHOF CHRIST:Minister Dean Catlett; "Three Wishes for Mothers," based on Proverbs 31:10-31; Sundayat 10:45 a.m.; 554 N.W.Newport Ave., Bend. REAL LIFECHRISTIANCHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "Sermon onthe Mount," based onMatthew 5:1-7; Sunday at 8, 9:30 and11 a.m.; 2880 N.E. 27th St., Bend. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OF THE CASCADES: Guest speakerKelseyCollins; "What Makes Someone aGoodMother?"; Sundayat9a.m.;heldatTheOld Stone Church, 157N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGS OF LIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelist and Bibleteacher Eddie Cienda; W ednesdaysat7p.m.; ongoing; TheSound GardenStudio, 1279 N.E.SecondSt., Bend. TRINITYEPISCOPAL CHURCH: Sunday at 9 a.m.; St. Francis Church, 2450 N.E. 27th St., Bend. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CENTRAL OREGON: TheRev. Alex Holt; "Courage andMotherhood: A Reflection in SeveralVoices"; Sunday at11 a.m.; at the OldStone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. WESTSIDE CHURCH:Pastor Ken Johnson; "Fresh Air, Part 2: Power!"; todayat6:30p.m.and Sundayat8, 9 and 10:45 a.m.; 2051 N.W.Shevlin Park Road,Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel "Fresh Air, Part 2: Power!"; Sunday at 9and10:30 a.m.; 1245 S.E. Third St., Bend. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Ken Johnson; "Fresh Air, Part 2: Power!"; today at 6:30 p.m.and Sunday at 9and10:45 a.m.; www. westsidelive.org COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Pastor Rob Anderson; "Growing Through Mentors," based on John14:23-29, as part of the series "Becoming a Disciple!"; Sunday at 9and11 a.m.; 529N.W. 19th St., Redmond. EMMAUSLUTHERANCHURCH:The Rev. DavidPoovey;"A W itnessto the Gospel," based onActs1:21-26; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond.

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Sunday School for all ages Kidmo • Junior Church

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb

for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a

Sunday School 9:45 am Children F Adult Classes Worship Service — II:00 am

Bear Creek Center

Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor

Major's Robert F Miriam Keene

21300 Bear Creek Rd.

POWKLL BUTTE

NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL

CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday

20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries

Bend, OR. 97701

Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays

"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

"Star B Crescent"Islam

"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confuaanism

Celebrate New Life

Music and the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services

at New Hope Church!

8:30am- 10:15 am-11 am

Saturday 6:00 pm

Nursery 8 Children's Church

Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am,

Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy •

Osborne and Glenn Bartnik FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER

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

9:30am Sunday Educational Classes 10:30 am Morning Worship This Sunday at Faith Christian Pastor Nolan Howell will share his message titled "¹TheNotSoperfectWoman" in the Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 AM. Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service. On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith 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 REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555

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

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

www.powellbuttechurch.com

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

Sunday Services SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - 11: 15am Nursery Care available The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome. •Women'sBibleStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept.- May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • I-Iome Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 8 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org

8 am Traditional Service

(No child care for 8 am service) 9:30 am Contemporary Service with

full child care

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

Pastor Duane Pippitt www.redmondag.com •

www.real-lifecc.org •

EASTMONT COMM U N ITY SCHOOL "Educating and Developing the Whole Child

for the Glory of God" Pre K - 5th Grade 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049

Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

Principal Lonna Carnahan www.eastmontcommunityschool.com

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,

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

SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am

Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are

available, call for days and times. "Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

Childcare provided.

Sunday 9:15 AM - Prayer Meeting 9:30 AM —Adult Bible Fellowship 9 30AM - Children's Sunday School 10:30 AM — Worship Service 6:00 PM - Growth Groups (call for locations) Wednesday 7:00 PM - Prayer Meeting 8 Adult Bible Study 7:00 PM - Kids 4 Truth

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor www.holyredeemerparish.net Parish Office: 541-536-3571 HOLY REDEKMER, LA PINE

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

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

Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00-9:15 am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00-12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

near Christmas Valley

Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts •

TEMPLE BETH THIVAH

• Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range

www.houseofcovenant.org

of Jewish backgrounds.

or contact us at 541-385-5439

We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice.

LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP

63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend

Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult education

Worship/Dance-Study-

Saturday 10:30 am-2 pm

Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in

Children's Program

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS

Friday, May 31 at 6:30pm - Shabbat Service Saturday, June I at 9:00 am - Torah Study Saturday, June I at 10:30 am - Torah Service

www.livingtorahfellowship.com

Sunday, June 2 - adult education (call for information) For the complete schedule of

BKND CHURCH OF THK NAZARENE May 12, 2013 at 11;00am: Rev. Alex Holt, Interim Minister: "Courage and Motherhood:

1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren

Services F Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org

SUNDAY

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

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

10:15 am Worship Service Nursery Care 8 Children's Church

ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services

All services are held at the First United Methodist Church 680 NW Bond Street

"Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM

8:30 am Sunday

541 -388-8826

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

THURSDAY

115 NW Minnesota Ave.

Gospel and Ikerebggrant eternal life (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10)

WEEKLY

See our website for more information www.uufco.org

Lrfe Groups Please visit our website for a complete

10 am Sunday School II am Divine Service

listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

ECIIANRAR

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

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SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH •

www.lutheransonline.com/ condordialutheranmission

40 SE 5th St., Bend

Community HU

Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School

Community HU Sing

Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773

Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 Everyone isWeicome!

Thursday, May 16, 6:30 pm at the East Bend Public Library, 60280 Dean Swift Rd. ¹ 170 Worship Service, "Gratitude for Life",

Thursday, June 20, 6:30 pm at the East Bend Public Library, 60280 Dean Swift Rd. ¹ 170

GRACK FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend

Sunday Worship 10:00 am worshipping God and teaching the Bible Call for information about other meetings

382-6862

541 -420- 1667

www.sovereigngracebend.com

Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.

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

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21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

W omen's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m . Men'sBible Study Wednesday 7:30 a.m.

Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. fuan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631

Regardless of your beliefs or religion,

www.gracefirstlutheran.org

singing HU can bring you greater

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH KLCA

7:00 pm

happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state

Worship in the Heart of Redmond

Nursery Care provided for all services

Sunday Worship Service 8:30 am Contemporary II:00 am Liturgical

21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241

Sunday School for all ages at 10:00 am

www.clcbend.com

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open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love.

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 At Foundry this Sunday, we celebrate Mother's Day with a special message and activities. Join our church gathering at 10: 15am.

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 930 am 8 II:00 am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

11:00am - Traditional Service 8:45 am 8 10:45 am

Childcare provided on Sunday

WednesdayMid-Week Services

'Durlng the Week: Women's Groups, Men's

Children 6 Youth Programs

Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship

Children's Room available during services

• Comfort, peace, joy

Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always.

COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN

• Inner light and/or sound

CHURCH

CAPILLA DE SANTA CLARA Jueves7:00 PM -Misa en Espanol

• A subtle sense of Divine Love

A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages

(3/4 mile north of High School)

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

• The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief

Coffee, snacks and fellowship aj'ier each service

(541) 548-3367

• A release of fears

Corner of NW Franklin 8 Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM M onday- Fri day 7:00 AM 8 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM Exposition 8 Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10.00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7:00 AM Mass - 6:00 PM Thursdayafter7;00 AM Mass -600 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541 -923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule: Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8.00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

Redmond, OR 97756

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am

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

Reconciliation Tuesday7:30AM -8;00 A M -English o Espanol Saturday8.30AM -9:30 AM -English o Espanol

529 NW 19th Street

Answers to your questions For more information please visit

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Wed Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm

9:00 am Contemporary Worship

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

3rdTues.Men's Club 6;00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

Sunday School 9;30 am Adult Education

1113 SW Black Butte Blvd Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466

Youth Groups

Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.com

High School — Sunday 11:00am- 12:30pm

We are grateful to the community

for the outpouring of help

EVery Saturday On the ChurCh

page. $23 Copy Changes: by 5 PM Tuesday

Mondays

The First Tuesday of each

Wednesdays

month. $23 Copy Changes: by Monday

5:30 pm Prayer Service

I week PriOr to PubliCatiOn

Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 57 NW Franklin Ave., Bend Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade Nursery 0-2 years

Visitors welcome Small Groups Meet Regularly Church Office: 541-389-8787 E-maII: theriver@mailshack.com

(Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete

All are welcome

Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR 97709 www.therivermennonite.org

listing of activities for all ages.

The Bulletin:

6:30 pm Centering Prayer

THE RIVKR MENNONITK CHURCH

The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector

through our red doors

4 Saturdays and TMC: $115 5 Saturdays and TMC: $138

CO Marketplace:

One service at 9:00 am 494 NW Lava St, at Franklin, Bend, OR

Effective May 1, 20l3

MiddleSchool - Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

Surrday Schedule Historic St. Francis Church,

CHURCH & SYNAGOGUE DIRECTORY LISTING

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

11:00 am Traditional Worship TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

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

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur

Singing HU can help you experience: • Expanded awareness

9;00am-Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9am Service

Sunday Morning Worship

of consciousness to the Divine Being. It

has helped people of many different faiths

Sermon Title: Happy Mother's DayCelebration of the Christian Home "Rising Up From Homelessness" Scripture: Psalm 84; John 14.18-28

CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER

Learn how to sing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU,

Rev. Thom Larson

truths recovered through the Reformation.

62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com

Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM -4:45 PM -English. Thursday 6:00 PM -7:00 PM - English o Espanol Domingo ll:15 AM - 12:15 PM - Espanol

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Pastor loel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

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

Meeting at the Golden Age Club Experience an Eckankar

period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion.

Domingo 12:30 PM -M isa en Espanol

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

www.uufco.org (541 ) 385-3908

about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief

Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9.00am Contemporary Service 10:45am Hispanic Service 6:00pm

A Reflection in Several Voices" Three women of UUFCO will share their experience and courage about motherhood in such changing times as ours. We will also honor Mothers Day with the annual Flower Celebration. Please plan to bring some flowers to share with others in the congregation. This is an Intergenerational Service with children present the entire time. A unique children's worship service for Grades Pre-K through Grade 5 and childcare for young children are available.

WEDNESDAY

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH

NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7:30AM, 10.00AMF 7:00 PM

OF CENTRAL OREGON

"Diverse Beliefs One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation

Undeniable Ways"

"DisplayingIfre Reality ojChrist in

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

541-410-5337

Friday, May 17 at 6:00 pmShabbat Family Celebration

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm

KASTMONT CHURCH

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

Spirit and Truth

10:00 am 50+ Bible Study

Religion of the Lfght andSound of God

http://bendfp.org/youth/

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The rxissionofIheCkvrtk is Io forgivesinsthrough Ifre

Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

Awakening To A 21st Century Spirituality Jesus As Mystic Sundays, May 5, 12, 19, 10:45am-noon First Presbyterian Church's Heritage Hall Taught by Dick Rauscher, this introductory course will be a practical, experiential journey into the wisdom, insights, spiritual practices and self-knowledge to "become" compassion, not"do"compassion.

Youth Events See Youth Blog:

Our monthly activities include social functions, services, religious education,

Reading Room: Mon. through Frix 11 am - 4 pm

FindThe Why: Spaces Of Grace Preacher: Pastor Jenny Warner 9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional 5:01 pm relaxed Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided

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

Visit us on the web at

MISSION (LCMS)

HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH

God-Centered Worship Expository Bible Teaching Rich Hymns 8 Songs Family Oriented Ministries Christ-Focused Living Meaningful Loving Relationships Compassionate Gospel Witness

• Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit

W ed. TestimonyMeeting:7:30 pm

CENTRAL OREGON BAPTIST CHURCH Currently rrreetirr¹ ru 500 SWBondS!. (541) 617-2814 www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org

• Hebrew classes

Rabbi Glenn Ettman

Associate Pastors

Don Henderson 8 Mike Sweeney "Loving people one at a time."

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

Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided

Children's ministry and nursery

Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844

WEDNESDAYS FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesdayNITE LiveKids Youth Group

• Davidic dance and worship

Pastor Randy Myers

REAL LIFK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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

include:

13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

Hebrew perspective, come join us at:

Greg Strubhar, Pastor

Potluck 6 pm

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 230 NE Nmth, Bend (Across Ninth St, from Bend High) All Are Welcome, Always!

www.redmondcpc.org

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VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search is compiled by the Department of HumanServices Volunteer Services. The organizations listed are seeking volunteers for a variety of tasks. Toseeafull list, and for additional information on the types of help needed, goonline to www.bendbulletin.com/volunteer. Changes, additions or deletions should be sent to1300 N.W.Wall St., Suite103, Bend97701, email Therese.M.Helton@state.or.us or call 541-693-8988.

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THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: www.envirocenter.org or 541-385-6908. EOUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com or joan©equineoutreach.com or 541-4I9-3717. HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER: Darcy Justice, 541-382-9410. HUMANE SOCIETYOFCENTRAL OREGON:Jen, jennifer@hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOFTHE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. HUMANE SOCIETYOF REDMOND: volunteer@redmondhumane.org or 541-923-0882. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9115. PRINEVILLE BLM:www.blm.gov/or/ districts/prineville/recreation/host.php or541-416-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING: Lexa McAllister, Imcallister@cocc.edu or 541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER & OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: TomMottl,541-416-6859.

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GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUNITY

n inner-cit e s ee wit aninectiousattitu e By David Hochman New York Times News Service

Ron Finley was home by the pool recently when his thoughts once again turned to dirt. "People need to realize how powerful the transformation of soil can be," he said, with a hint of evangelism. "We've gottenso far away from our food source. It's been hijacked from us. But if you get soil, plant something in it and water it, you can feed yourself. It's that simple." Finley's two-story house in South Los Angeles used to be headquarters for a swimmingschool but thepool was drained long ago to make

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Emily Berl i New YorkTimes News Service

Ron Finley, an urban gardener, co-founded L.A. Green Grounds, a volunteer organization that installs free vegetable gardens in vacant lots and sidewalk medians in blighted areas.

way for greener dreams. collaboration ideas. A graduPottedcactuses,bags of organic fertilizer and gardening equipment cluttered the shallow end. Graffiti emblazoned its once-white walls. Old shopping carts planted with succulents lined the

pool's edge. "We're going to do a parade with a hundred of these to show you can repurpose the carts instead of just junking them," he said. It was early afternoon, and Finley, who is tall, extroverted and d i sinclined to give his age (he has two sons in their 20s), had been up since dawn dealing with emails, invitations and other byproducts of what he called"the TED effect." Last winter at TED, the annual ideas confab in Long Beach, his rousing 10-minute talk about guerrilla gardening in low-income neighborhoods was the hug-your-neighbor presentation of the week, and Finley was suddenly the man to meet. "I should have brought a

stripper pole and had people

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Finley, who juggles jobs as a fitness trainer and fashion designer to support his passion for gardening. He does not receive a salary for his work at L.A. Green Grounds, the volunteer organization he helped found three years ago to install vegetable gardens in vacant lots and sidewalk medians in blighted areas. TED was a world apart. "Sergey Brin from Google was standing there clapping," he said, "Benedikt Taschen was inviting me to his Hollywood parties, and Goldie Hawn wanted to say hi and kiss me. I kept thinking, what am I doing here?" Since then, Finley has been thrust into the unlikely role of pavement-pounding Johnny Appleseed. His talk has receivedalmost 900,000 views on T ED's website, and his message that edible gardens are the antidote to inner-city health issues, poverty and gang violence ("if you ain't a gardener, you ain't gangsta," he told the crowd) has gone supernova. Talk show host Carson Daly, actress Rashida Jones and celebrated Danish chef Rene Redzepi were among hundreds of new a dmirers issuing shoutouts on Twitter. Alice W aters s t opped by Finley's house, Russell Brand put him on his latenight talk show, and corporations like Reebok, Disney, Stihl and Toms Shoes had

crete and curb. It was the barren 150-by-10foot median outside Finley's house that inspired his first act of crabgrass defiance. In 2010, he planted a sidewalk garden to reduce grocery expenses and to avoid the 45-minute roundtrip to Whole Foods. "I wanted a carrot without toxic ingredients I didn't know how to spell," he said. A few months later, neighbors were gawking in delight at

ate student asked to write a dissertation about Finley, who, to hiscredit,has keptan eyebrow arched over h i s n e wfound fame. "All the attention in the world won't do my dishes," he said. "Ron is compelling, funny and completely authentic in his quest to redefine what's possible in areas where there's no nature to be seen," said Chris Anderson, the TED c urator who helped select Finley as one of 34 speakers discovered during a worldwide talent search that drew thousands of applicants last year. "He takes on the depressing narrative that our inner cities are irretrievably

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sunflowers, kale and corn in an area better known for hubcap shops. Late one night, Finley, who is a single father, noticed a mother and daughter sneaking food from his garden. He condecaying. Watching him fight ceived L.A. Green Grounds as back rewires your worldview." a way to share the abundance Finley, who grew up with with people like them. seven siblings near the intersecThe city was less magnanition of Florence and Normandie mous. As do other metropoliavenues, where the 1992 Los tan areas, Los Angeles owns Angeles riots began, aligns the "parkways" that run alongmore with graffiti artists like side the curb, and the Bureau of Risk and Retna, both friends of Street Services cited Finley for Finley's, than with English hor- gardening on his median withticulturalists of yore. Neat rows out the required $400 permit. of zucchiniare for grandmas. Outraged, he and a band of H is gardens have spirals,color, green-thumbed activists pefragrance and curves, and, to titioned a member of the City him, soil is sensuous. Council, who persuaded the "How much more sexy can city to back off. "People in my neighborhood it get than you eating food that you grew?" Finley asked. are so disconnectedfrom the In a city where an elite few fresh food supply that kids fuss over $13 plates of escarole don't know an eggplant from a wedges, too many others eat at sweet potato," Finley said. "We 98-centstores and drive-thrus have to show them how to get or go hungry altogether. Finley grounded in the truest sense of estimates that the city of Los the word." Angeles owns 26 square miles of vacant lots, an area equivalent to 20 Central Parks, with enough space for 724,838,400 tomato plants. & HEARING AID CUNK His radical fix is to take back that land and plant it, even if it's Bend• Redmond• P-ville • Burns the skinny strip between con541.647.2884

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By Sheila Marikar New Yorh Times News Service

NEW YORK — When lunchtime comes around, Laurie Batistaoften grabs a salad near the Flatironad agency where she works as an executive assistant and eats it at her desk. But shortly after noon on a sunny, 65 degree Friday in April, Batista, 31, jumped into a cab with three co-workers and headed west to Marquee, a nightclub. After waiting in a long line (and attracting the attention of the police, who wanted to know what was going on), she redeemed a drink ticket for a free cocktail of vodka and fruit punch. A half-hour later, she was wearing purple lensless Wayfarer-style glasses, waving a foot-long foam glow stick and mouthing the words to Warren G's "Regulate." Around her, hundreds of other r evelers di d s i m i lar things: A guy in Chuck Taylors moonwalked across the dance floor, a man in a hoodie threw up his hands to form the "W" that stands for the rap group Wu-Tang Clan. Strobe lights bounced off a giant disco ball. Sweat glist ened on foreheads. "Gin and Juice" t h umped. Cheers erupted. It was midday, but inside Marquee, it could have been 2 a.m. Batista was one of more than 300 people who attended the latest Lunch Break, a free midday party series whose hosts are Flavorpill, the online culture guide, and Absolut vodka. Introduced last summer, it is the most raucous of a group of lunch-hour dance parties starting up in New York City and around the world. The goal: get the screen-addictedmasses to move and groove, often with the lubrication of alcohol. But don't get drunk: This is not the three-martini lunch of yore (or lore), ending with secretaries

Benjamin Norman I New York Times News Service

Clubgoers dance at Lunch Break, a free midday party series, at Marquee in New York. A group of lunch-hour dance parties have started up with the goal of getting people out of their offices for an hour during the day. being chased around a desk. drink; it's not like you're going And please,leave the business to get hammered," said Kiran cards at the office. Sachdeva, a student at the New "Networking is fine, I'm a York University Stern School big networker myself, but it's of Business) but the disc jockey work," said Sascha Lewis, a carriesthebulk ofthe burden. "They told me, right off the founder of FlavorpilL "Let's just call this what it is: a fun, day- gate, get the party started," said time party for people to enjoy Ahmir Thompson, the DJ and themselves for an hour." drummer of the hip-hop and A workday dance party pres- soul band the Roots. Known ents certain challenges. There as Questlove,he's provided the are wardrobe issues ("Will soundtrack for t hree Lunch I sweat through my Brooks Breaks, amping up the crowd Brothers button-down'?" "How with a mix of '90s hip-hop and low can I go in a DVF dress?") pop culture non sequiturs (a and, for those who usually eat sample of the theme song from lunch attheir desks, excuses the 1980s cartoon "Inspector to make. (At a Lunch Break in Gadget" elicited yelps of apFebruary, a reporter for a local proval at Marquee). He also retabloid was overheard saying quests as little light as possible, that she had told her bosses a canvas of darkness for the she was stepping out to meet glow sticks and strobes. "People dance more when sources.) And how do you get young they know they're not being p rofessionals, who f in d o u t watched," he said. about these parties online but A'secret order' of partyers often arrive without knowing exactly what they've gotten As for Lunch Break, it began themselves into, to get down in August at Le Bain, the nightthe moment they get in the club atop the Standard hotel, club? At Lunch Break, the free after marketers for Absolut, a cocktail helps ("It's just one frequent partner in Flavorpill

events, told Lewis about a midday party series that was doing well in Sweden, Lunch Beat. It was founded by Molly Range, arguably the mother of this mini-movement. Range, 29, whose other day job is develop-

organizersreceived monetary compensation. Maxime Kouchnir, vice president for marketing for Pernod Ricard, which owns Absolut, you'd probably see more people described the company's inclustered around $400-some- vestment in Flavorpill's party thing bottles of vodka than fist- series as "not huge," adding pumping to Macklemore.) that it was a good platform to Though these parties start test new vodka flavors like hiwith the word "lunch," food biscus and cilantro. "The crowd that comes to a is largely an afterthought. At Slate, trays of lukewarm pas- party like this is very open to ta, quesadillas and salad sat trying out new things," Kouchaway from the action, mere nir said. fuel for the dance floor. FlaF lavorpill p a r tners w i t h vorpill hands out brown bags a differentcharity for each with a peanut butter and jelly event and encourages attendsandwich, a piece of fruit and ees to donate. (A Lunch Break a snack bar at the end of every held the week after Hurricane Lunch Break. Sandy, Lewis said, raised more "We didn't want to have this than $2,000 for the Food Bank grandbuffetbecausethatwould for New York City.) distract from the fact that this is But the primary purpose of a dance party," Lewis said. "It's the parties, he suggested, is to not, grab a free lunch and, you counteract the numbing effects know, sit and eat a big plate of of an i n creasingly digitized food." culture. "Itbrings to life what our misAll of the organizers declined to say how much it costs to give sion is," said Lewis, adding that a party. Lunch Beat recoups the company planned to exthe money spent on the DJ, pand the party to five cities this food and site with ticket prices, summer. "Get off the couch, get generally $10 to $15. Range away from your computer and said neither she nor the local go have experiences."

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ing smartphone apps, said she was inspired by "Fight Club," David Fincher's film a b out white-collar workers who form secret societies to tear one anotherup. "In the beginning, I dreamt of it developing into a 'secret order,"' Range wrote in an email. She pictured"men and women sneaking out of garages, closed nightclubs and underground bars, glowing with dance floor sweat and returning to work at I p.m." holding brown paper

bags. Her first eventwas in a Stockholm garage in 2010; 14 people came. Today, she presides over more than 50 Lunch Beat chapters aroundthe world, including one in New York, which held its first Manhattan party on a Wednesday in late April. Range discourages alcohol at her events, to "make sure you

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© zapzit It's rare that relatives get to experience receiving one of music's h ighest h onors together. But sooner or later — and their devotees believe it should have been sooner — it w as bound to happen for Ann and Nancy Wilson, aka Heart. The sibling rockers were rr among the Rock and Roll A wi < Hall of Fame's 2013 inductees last month at Lo s A ngeles' Nokia Theatre, and HBO will televise the 28th annual ceremony May 18. Randy NewSubmitted photo man, PublicEnemy, Rush and Heart is honored at the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction (posthumously) Albert King Ceremony, airing May18 on HBO. and Donna Summer also were honored. Additionally, pr od u cer- last fall's "Fanatic," and hits a big ruckus about us being inmanager Lou Adler and music from the hard-driving "Crazy ducted, so it's a great thing for entrepreneur Quincy J ones on You" and "Barracuda" to all of us, including those who received the Ahmet Ertegun the reflective "These Dreams" have been yelling about it for a Award for Lifetime Achieve- and "Alone," the Wilson sisters few years. ment. Participants i n t he recently spoke wit h Z ap2it evening included Christina about their longevity and their How did you learn you Aguilera, H a rr y B e l afonte, Hall of Fame milestone ... and • were being inducted? Jackson Browne, Cheech and their meaning to other female • Nancy: I was visiting a Chong, John Fogerty, Dave rock stars. • friend in t h e h o spital, Grohl, Don Henley, Jennifer and I had a call from (Hall Hudson, Carole King, Spike You were first nominat- of Fame co-founder) Jann Lee, John Mayer and Usher. . edforthe Rockand Roll W enner's office. M y fi r s t Fellow Seattle music scene Hall of Fame last year. Does thought was, "Oh, no. What veterans Chris Cornell, Jerry that make being inducted now is this all about'?" I figured it Cantrell of A l ice in Chains better? was 50-50; either we were goand Mike McCready of Pearl . Nancy: It's very exciting, ing to be inducted or he was Jam took part in the tribute to . sure. And for our fans, going to apologize because we Heart. With a four-decade ca- too, who have been like the weren't. This is like the Oscar reer marked by albums from voices of the Whos in Whoof rock and roll, and I was just 1976's "Dreamboat Annie" to ville. They've been putting up so excited to be able to tell Ann

about it myself. Ann: Yeah, it w a s g r eat. We'd talked about it the first time we were nominated, and we were kind of miffed (not to get in). We looked at each other and went, "Well, I guess we don't care about it as much as we thought" — but secretly, we did. So when we got it the second time around, it was really great, quite a thrill. A huge, fun honor.

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girl who is happy, healthy and doing great in school. But lately I have felt sad, lonely and just plain frustrated. I used to talk to my parents about it, but I don't feel comfortable doing i t a n y m ore, and my friends don't like listening to me. DEAR I have tried hard ABBY to push back these feelings, but it is putting a strain on me. Sometimes I break down crying and can't stop. Most people think it's just my age, but it's not. It's more than that. I want to talk to a psychologist, but I'm scared to ask for one. What do you think'? — So Mixed Up Dear So Mixed Up:Admitting you need professional help with a problem isn't something to be scared of. It is a sign of maturity. Your mood swings may be caused by the hor-

monal changes going on in your body as you are becoming a woman. However, because they are of concern to you, it is important that you let your parents and your pediatrician or a counselor at school know how you are feeling. It's the surest way to get the reassurance and, if necessary, the counseling

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Dear Abby:My 6-year-old daughter wants a dog more than anything in the world. She mentions it at least once a day. She's a great kid, well-behaved a nd doing w ell i n school, so I hate to disappoint her. But I have absolutely no interest in taking on the added responsibility of a pet like that. My wife and I work long hours and our home is unoccupied for most of the day. It would have to be adjusted to be pet-friendly. I have nothing against pets, but I could never be considered an animal lover. We currently have two goldfish, but I can see that the time those

guys bought me is quickly running out. I want my daughter to be happy and rewarded for what a great kid she is. I DON'T want a dog. What do I do'? — Bad Daddy Out West Dear Daddy: I would have suggested that you consider allowing your daughter to adopt a hamster or guinea pig, but they require a certain amount of care. A child has to be responsibleenough to feed,

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water and clean the cage daily, and at 6, your daughter is not mature enough. Tell her that when she is older you will consider letting her have apet.Cats require much less care than dogs do. Perhaps a compromise could be worked out at a later date. Dear Abby: I am 75, and when I pass on I would like the undertaker to remove my six gold caps from my teeth. Then my wife can sell them to pay for my funeral. I think this will work out well. What is your take on this? — Ed in Florida Dear Ed:As I started researching "dental gold," I realized that while there are companies that buy it, the price your wife would get will depend upon the weight of the gold — most of which is 16-karat — and the current market value of the metal. Because of the nosedive that gold has experienced lately, I'm advising you to start saving up for your funeral NOW and to live long and prosper. My experts have informed me that most funeralhomes are unwilling to remove fillings, caps, etc. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com orP0. Box 69440,Los Angeles, CA 90069

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year you open up to manynew ideas. By Jacqueline Bigar You naturally will test your intuition and willingly experiment more. Many of you will continue to stay within the conservative your plans. You might know more about boundariesyou someone's feelings than he orshedoes at Stars showthe kind have established this moment. Tonight: Whatever you want. of day you'll have — at least for the 21-Joly22) ** * * * D ynamic most part. If you areCANCER (June ** For some reason, you might be out of ** * * P ositive si n gle, use care with ** * A verage any one who might sorts and not feeling good. Youcould be assessing a situation differently from those ** So-so pop into your life * Difficult from out of the blue. around you. Maketime for a dear friend who often shares with you, and vice versa. This person might Take some time to recharge your batteries. not be as open or asclear as he or she Tonight: Play it low-key. would have you think. If you areattached, the two of you might opt to make amajor LEO (July23-Aug.22) purchase toward a long-term goal. GEMINI ** * * Afriend will reach out to you, probably to take off on adaytrip or go to a often encourages more wildness in you. fair or an art show. Make it your pleasure. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Crowds offer an opportunityto meet ** * * You will want to have disacussion someone newand interesting. Unexpected involving your finances andpotential developments force a change of plans. growth. You have alot of opinions and Tonight: Followthe crowds. a variety of information, but it always is worth brainstorming with someonewho has a similar perspective and different knowledge. Tonight: Say "yes."

TAURUS (April20-May20) ** * Do not let someone pushyou into spendingmorethanyoudesire.Youknow your limits, and you might not want to waver. Follow your instincts as to what is bestforyou. Avoid overdiscussing a situation if you want a receptive audience. Tonight: Treat a friend to a movie.

GEMINI (May21-June20) ** * * You are full of personality and excitement. An offbeat friend can'tseem to leave you alone.You might want to incorporate this person into some of

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SCORPIO (Oct.23-Nov.21) ** * * B ring forth more information than you have in the past. Youhave asituation that is changing the more you openup. When you keepyour ideas to yourself, others are left to use their imagination. You might be surprised at some of the responses. Tonight: Say "yes."

SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec. 21) ** * You might want to defer more to others, unless you want to go your own way. Though you are astrong, independent personality, you also often want to bewith your friends. Express more give-and-take in a relationship, and it will work better as a result. Tonight: Accept an invitation.

CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19) ** * G et into a fun project, or run some errands. A surprise easily could land on your doorstep. Maintain a sense of humor, and you'll have aneasy time working through any problem that could emerge. Think positively. Tonight: Know that you do not need to doanything.

AQUARIUS (Jan.20-Feb. 18)

** * * Relax, and you will achieve whatyou want. Yousometimes havea heightened sense of responsibility. Do check in with an older friend or relative who shares many different ideas. Amini-vacation might be involved with future plans. Tonight: Appreciated for who youare.

** * * You could be out of sorts with a friend who often throws a boomerang into your life. Know that this person probably won't change. You'll have adecision to make. Tonight: Give yourself a little more freedom to express who youare.

LIBRA (Sept.23-Oct.22)

** * * You are on top of your game, and you'll enjoy yourself to no end. Listen to what is being shared within your immediate circle of friends. Know when to say "enough." You donot like to hurt anyone's feelings, but sometimes it is necessary to speakup.Tonight:Do whatyou love.

** * * * B e spontaneous. Your sense of fun and adventure will come out. Wherever you are, you open up tonewideas and have a good sense of direction. A conversation with a partner or dear friend could result in new suggestions to solve akeyissue. Tonight: Where your mind can roam.

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8 p.m. on H K3, "Smash" — Tom (Christian Borle) pulls out all the stops at a Houston8 Levitt tribute night, but Julia (Debra Messing) is too preoccupied with "Hit List" to help him out. Ivy (Megan Hilty) bristles at Tom's request that she perform a risque number. A betrayal rocks the cast of "Hit List" in the new episode "The Transfer." Katharine McPhee also stars. 8 p.m. onE3, "NCIS" — It's Christmastime, and Abby (Pauley Perrette) has holiday spirit to spare, while Tony (Michael Weatherly) deals with a visit from his dad (Robett Wagner). Work goes on, however; a murder investigation has the NCISteam "following the money" to solve the crime in "You Better Watch Out." Mark Harmon and Cote dePablo also star. 8 p.m. on ANPL, "MyCatFrom Hell" —Louise seeksJackson's help with her cat Pip, who is a holy terror despite having only oneeye and a disabling condition called cerebral hypoplasia. Hepicks fights with Louise's other cat and is driving her roommate crazy. Jackson also works with Autumn, an 8-year-old girl's beloved pet who is at risk for being banned from the house for urinating everywhere, in the newepisode "Graveyard of Peed On Things."

you say if you were going to giveadvice to younger women musicians'?" They're finding their own way, though. They don't necessarily look to their big sisters to answer questions for them, any more than John Lennon would have called up Bo Diddley and said, "Hey, brother, what do I do'?" I think women musicians are essentially still pioneers.

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16 Nine Iron Lane Sunriver ( $535,000

9 Puma Lane - Sunriver ( $549,000

9 TroPhy - Sunriver Resort ) $799,900

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• $45K a year in rental income! ' • Walk to the SHARC and Sunriver Village

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

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

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

www.gregsellscentraloregon.com

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Midtown Charmer ~ $179,000

Breathtaking Views on 1 Acre ~ $195,000

• Oversized finished 2-cargarage • Large open kitchen w/updated

•Backyardlslandscaped& fullyfenced

• Living room is light & bright with a bay window • Fully fenced backyard and landscaped front MLS¹201302410

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Call Chris Sperry, Principal Brokerl 541-749-8479 www.chrissperry.com

•Gentle slopewi thCascade Mtn views • Easy build with lots of privacy • One of Bend's premier neighborhoods • Greatsunny exposure! • Convenientlylocated to Downtown Bend, trails, river, golf and skiing! Call for a showing today

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• 24x32 finished shop • Great outdoor living • Open floor plan • Spacious kitchen MLS¹201301241

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Beautiful River Canyon Estates Homef $359,000

• Furnished & readyto move in! • 3 BR/2 BA+ loft, 1-car garage • And carport(shop, storage

• 3 bed, 2 bath, 3-car garage • Open floor plan • Vaulted ceilings • Stone gas fireplace • Close to parks, schools, shops and direct river access

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• Freshlyrcpaiotedandmove-in ready

• Views of Mt. Jefferson, City of Bend and easterly mountains • Close to trails, parks, Deschutes River & downtown • Nicely treed with plenty of

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• .42acre buildable lot

• Approx. 1.60 acres • Bonus Mt. Bachelor view • Well and Septic • Well maintained gravel I'oacl

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• Three Rivers South

• 54653 Silver Fox Dr. MLS¹201209514

Exceptional inEstablished NENeighborhood J$169,990

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

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Beautiful Deschutes River Lot ~ $99,900

• 61 054Chamomile Pl. • 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 3-car tandem garage • Hardwoods throughout 1st floor

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

Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO

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

Luxury Townhomes ~ Offered from $424,750

Welcome to Beautiful Tanglewoodf $430,000

Wonderful on Large Corner Lot ~ $475,000

•Expansiv e,one acre homesite • Elevated, overlooking ¹3, ¹4, ¹5 & ¹6 fairways •Fabulousmountain,water,and terrain views • Unique site offering exceptional privacy • Gated area —nde of cul-de-sac

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Judy McCombs& ShellySwanson,Brokersl888-274-2317

West Side Park-like Setting ~ $479,000

21320 View Lane ~ $485,000

www.tripleknottownhomes.com www.pointswestbend.com

• Desirable community of Rimrock West • Community access to the Deschutes River

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Awbrey Glen Champion Circle ( $489,900 • Situated on .86 acreson one of the largest homesltes in Awbfcy Glen • Home offers privacy & a convenient location within the community • Large view windowsembrace the High Desert Landscapefrom many areas ln the home. • Recently updated with beautiful hard wood Iloors, high endEuropean pellet stove & energy efficient water heater

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• Minutesto town and peek-aboo mountain views

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• Beautiful 2246 SF single level home on fenced 1.84 acres

• 1904 SF lodge style home

• Great living room • Kitchen w/cherry cabinets, granite tile, stainlessappliances • Main level mastersuite

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Deschutes River Frontage! $520,000 18734 Choctaw Road Directions: Takethe 2nd Choctaw • 4bedroom,3bath, 2985SFhome • Gazeootbackatamazing rockformations oi LavaIslandFalls • Gourmetkitchen,granite, doubleoven, stainlessappliances • River rock woodburning fireplace, vaulted entry,3-cafgarage • Hugedeckw/hoi tuboverlookingthe mightyDeschutesRiver- Majesticbeauty!

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Westside Charmer ~ $550,000

Fantastic in Sunrise Village ~ $695,000

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• Beautiful 3/4 acre pine treed lot

• Great room living + formal living

• 3400 SF, 3-car garage • Huge bonus/family room • Formal living & dining, 3 fireplaces

• Kitchen w/cherry cabinets, slab granite, stainless appliances

Close to shopping, dining, recreation and NWCrossing! •Upgradesabound inthis3700SF homewit h3 mastersuites • Granite slab counters; hardwood floors; hobby/playroom off kitchen • Office with custom built-ins could be used as guest room • Large bonus room and loft area with mini kitchen • Easy care professional landscaping with 50' water feature •3decks,paverpatio,and classicfrontporch • Shop area in garage and 1800 SF of storage • Common area on two sides Call Sue Price, Broker l 541-408-7742

Call Mary Stratton, Broker l 541-419-6340

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Bear Creek RoadCountry Home ( $749,900

• 3106 SF SINGLE LEVEL • 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 994 SF enclosed courtyard • Wonderful natural light • 1200+ SF garage • .5acre lot on the 13th fairway -Rivers Edge GC • Call for your private tour!

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Call Jodi Kearney, Broker l 541-693-4019

Desert Valley Group l 541-923-1376

Call Brian Ladd, Brokerl 541-408-3912

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Equestrian Meadows ~ $785,000

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• Open floor plan for entertaining • 3 beds, 4 baths, 4302 SF • Wrap-around porch • Mountain views • 15.5 acres w/8.6 ac irrigation

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• 50x60 Moniter style barn • 40x50 heated shop w/auto lift • Turn key in and out ': MLS ¹201302301

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Deschutes Riverview Property( $997,000

Luxury Single Level in Broken Top) $1,150,000

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• 5 bedroom, 4 baths,5116sq,ft. • Overlooking Broken Top's 12th fairway and green • One level with upstairs guest suite and private office • Privacy with southern exposure • Bonus & exercise room • 3 car garage w/shop area MLS¹ 201202864

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• 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 3200 SF

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Magnificent NW Lodge Style ~ $2,595,000 • Fabulous10acrelot ioTheHighlands • 6637 SF, 4bedrooms,5.5baths • ICF construction, passivesolar • Beautiful finishes & premium appliances • Radiant heated travertine Ilooring throughout mainlevel • Borders National Forestyet only 2 miles to downtown MLS¹201200864

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Sunriver j $595,000 • 2970 sq.ft. • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath • Sun Forest remodel • MLS 201302188 Diane Lozito, Broker 541-548-3598 541-306-9646

City Views from the Top Great family home in New construction! NE 5 3610 Brookie, C u s - Very spacious 1994, View of Mt. Jefferson Powell Butte c ustom Location Location Loca at Eagle Crest! Beau Redmond's only golf Redmond $165,900 t om 2500 sq. ft. + 4bdrm/2bath 1755 sq. Wonderfully loc a ted built home o n 20 tion! This 2463 SF, 4 tiful custom home at community. Immacu 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 guest suite. $380,000 ft. mfd. home on 1.27 h ome with a c o m - acres, 1652 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 3 bath home the e n d of the late 3 bdrm, 3 bath sq. ft. 2-story home, High Lakes Realty & acres. Living rm, fam- manding view of Mt. bdrm, 2 bath, dbl. ga sits on 3.3 acres of cul-de-sac featuring home with living B gas fireplace in great Property Ma n age- ily rm, dining area B Jefferson and the sur- rage. $298,500. MLS land, between Bend & 2600 sq. ft of comfort l arge f amily r o o m room. L a n dscaped ment 541-536-0117 utility rm. Large 2 car rounding area. Beau- 201301732 Redmond. P r operty able living and open overlooking the with sprinkler system 56811 Besson. 3 rental arage. Sold as i s. tiful well kept home Pam Lester, Principal has 3 acr e s of floor plan. Home-ID course an d b e auti MLS¹201209172 65,900. MLS with spacious rooms. B roker Century 2 1 Swalley Water and a units, great history. ¹201300535. 994. $429,900 fully land s caped Jim Hinton MLS¹201206924 Gold Country Realty, fenced back y a r d. $224,900. High Lakes Eagle Crest Properties backyard with water 541-420-6229 Cascade Realty, $239,000 DB D Realty Inc. 541-504-1338 This home also has Realty B Pr o p erty 866-722-3370 541-536-1731 feature, large d e ck Central Oregon Realty Group LLC an incredible 2300 SF Management w ith a w ning, o v e r Group, LLC 866-346-7868 Take care of insulated dream shop 541-536-0117 756 Outstanding detail and s ized garage w i t h with 2 bays!! 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MLS¹201209007 Lakes Realty B Prop rim rocks and unob- der Cabinetry, Room t ops, alder t ri m & ready for your garden erty Linda Lou Day-Wright, Man a gement Large shop and carSell them in structed mountain and doors, hardwood & tile 2 -Story home in N W plus a storage buildW i n dow port. MLS 201302421. The Bulletin Classifieds floors. The m a ster Broker, 541-771-2585 city views. Reclaimed Darkening Redmond. Large 1705 ing. MLS¹201302396 541-536-0117 $139,900. DB D Rewood throughout with Treatments in all Bed sq. bath has a Garden tub Crooked River Realty 1715 Mare Ct . 1 8 09 ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. $115,000 Vaulted Living alty Group LLC tuscan style high end rooms. with tile surround & 464 Pinney St., 2400 Knotty alder cabinets, .D&D Realty Group LLC sq.ft., 3 large bdrms, room w/built-in enter 866-346-7868 541-385-5809 chef's kitchen. separate tile shower. sq.ft., 5 .5 4 30x60 shop, appli a nces, 866-346-7868 a c r es, center, Mas SS www.johnlscott.com/ta tainment MLS shop. $250,000. High Look at: $250,000 front/back land$165,000. High Lakes 757 maramckie T a mara ter suite on main, 2 Panoramic views! Great 201208347 Pr o perty Bendhomes.com Lakes Realty & Prop upstairs w/bath scaped with irrigation. location 3 miles NW of Realty & McKie, Broker beds Crook County Homes Juniper Realty, Management & loft. $189,900. Jim Hinton erty Man a gement for Complete Listings of 541 -460-9072 Redmond. 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Spacious living Delightful W e stside land Parks at Eagle shops! ment 541-536-0117 541-550-0098 $191 , 000 $397,000 J o h n L. room downstairs B 541-536-0117 D&D Realty Group LLC Crooked River Realty home with Panoramic Crest. This floor plan MLS¹201301092 Scott R ea l E s t ate144208 Birchwood family room upstairs. 866-346-7868 Cascade B City views is the ONLY one of its Pam Lester, Principal 541 -548-1 71 2 Views, views, views in New laminate wood $129,900. 1728 SF, 3 T wo homes o n t w o on a spacious lot with kind with multi- level Powell Butte! B roker, Century 2 1 flooring t h roughout. BD, decks, 1.24 ac. Very clean, ready to commercial lots sold High Desert Natural $475,000. Custom Gold Country Realty, move into home with as one. Owner terms High Lakes Realty & Landscaped front B great room plan de TURN THE PAGE L andscaping. 2 g as 3479 sq.ft. 3 bdrm 2d/2 Inc. 541-504-1338 P roperty Man a g e lots of open space. 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Features great with new carpet & vi ft., 4 bedroom, 3 bath sinks in master bath, $59,900 Juniper Realty, ley below, 5 usable • MLS 2704850 vercrest room design with very 541-504-5393 nyl flooring and inte home. Single l evel light and airy family MLS¹201205397 acres with well Ideal JJ Jones, Broker • Vaulted ceilings - de- large open kitchen. rior has been freshly with full Mtn. views & room. Kitchen has oak C all N a nc y Po p p , building site with un541-610-7318 Walk-in pantry, lots of signer colors Lot 1200 Beal Road. 40 o bstructed 541-788-3678 painted. 936 sq ft ga D eschutes river i n cabinets, island and is 541-815-8000 view s • Gas heat and A/C. El- tile, Corian center isacres surrounded by rage has a shop area, your backyard. Seller the heart of this home. Crooked River Realty MLS¹201205208 evated corner lot land, stainless appliBLM. $89,900. High Gail Day 541-306-1018 2 bays & 5 0 a m p is l icensed b roker. The master is s panice views ances, large master 208 2nd Ave, Culver Lakes Realty & Prop Central Oregon Realty p ower for a n R V . $749,000 Sarah Er- cious, master b a th • Attached 2-car gaLevel city lot. $38,200 erty bath with soaking tub Man a gement Group, LLC Separate RV covered aker Broker with large shower and rage + shop area and walk-in all t i le MLS 201203505 541-536-0117 storage & ca r port. 503-680-6432 h uge s oaking t u b . MORRIS • Front deck and rear shower. Designer colJuniper Realty, $139,500 MLS John L. Scott Outside is set-up for 541-504-5393 $48,900, 1-acre. Moun- CHECK YOUR AD REAL ESTATE patio ors and window cov201208272 Real Estate, Bend livestock and has a tain views. Call Marilyn R ohaly, erings. Landscaped ydp d l yO d dOp «d Please check your ad Juniper Realty, www.johnlscott.com barn and double ga- $39,900 - Lot 141 SW MLS¹201206664 Broker, 541-322-9954 and fenced with large on the first day it runs SW Geneva View Rd. 541-504-5393 rage and a new heat C rater L oop. 1 . 0 1 Call Linda Lou John L. Scott Real attached garage. 22555 Mcardle - 20 pump. From here you acre, well treed lot. to make sure it is corDay-Wright, Broker, errebonne. L e vel Estate, Bend Cascade Village 84040 Carlon Lane, Log Acres. Cascade Mtn. can ride forever and rect. Sometimes in- T1.14 MLS¹201105162 541-771-2585 acres that will be www.JohnLScott.com Homes N.W. LLC home on 2.33 acres v iews f r am e th i s enjoy the beauty of Call Melody Curry s tructions over t h e Crooked River Realty easy to build on. 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MLS¹ Realty, • Living room & family rooms, 2590 sq. ft. & b ath, 1928 sq . f t . , appears and we will Juniper 541-536-0117 erty w/ barn, over 5 201008725. 541-504-5393 '500 you can place it in 3-car garage, barn, bonus room. be happy to fix it as room a cres. Fe n ce d & Call Julie Fahlgren Lot 22 SW Chipmunk $599,000 a p r i vate shop, with RV door. s oon a s w e ca n . • Open floor plan, lots of The Bulletin cross fenced. MLS¹ 541-550-0098 9.33 acres irrigated. Rd. CRR. 5.19 acres, Deadlines are: Week- Texas USA Best Buy oasisl windows 201300986. Call Julie www.johnlscott.com/7 Crooked River Realty Own a 20-acre forecloClassifieds for: level lot, Mtn views. MLS days 11:00 noon for year AHS Warranty Fahlgren, Bro k e r, 6924 K athy C a b a, $359,000 sure ranch; now only • 1 ¹ 2012037129 P a m 8589 S W P a norama $69,000 MLS next day, Sat. 11:00 included 541-550-0098 $395. per acre, 201106095 '10 - 3 lines, 7 days Principal Broker, ABR Lester, Principal Bro- Road. 1.169 a c r e, a.m. for Sunday and Call Marilyn R ohaly, Crooked River $99. per month. 541-771-1761 ker, Century 21 Gold close to pasture and Juniper Realty, Monday. Broker, 541-322-9954 '16 - 3 lines, 14 days Realty Free brochure avail541-504-5393 John L. Scott Country Realty, Inc. 541 -385-5809 mtn. views! $40,500John L. Scott Real able. Call toll free (Private Party ads only) 8829 S W Je f f ersonReal Es t a te, B e nd 541-504-1338 MLS¹201105165 Call 5 Acre corner lot. Near Thank you! Estate, Bend 800-875-6568 View Pl. Beautiful log www.johnlscott.com Curry public land & r i ver. 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Jefferw/garage/shop, Lester, Principal Bro- tevated "Call A Service • FA heat & heat pump acres decks to enjoy the reo/3777906343.html 763 2 acre build son & S m ith Rock water feature, fire pit, ker, Century 21 Gold (A/C) quiet summer days. views. $78,500 MLS site above the De Professional" house. N ew Recreational Homes Country Realty, Inc. ing • Front porch and large green Home is being sold 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom schutes River canyon. 201208266 flooring - t r avertine, 541-504-1338 Directory today! back deck & Property fully furnished. Juniper Realty, home, huge shop, Unsurpassed v iews tile, doors lights sinks, Call Marilyn R ohaly, Be creative! Build to fit 541-504-5393 $219,900 MLS $299,000 into the river canyon, paint & MORE! Call Broker, 541-322-9954 775 201301737 J u niper MLS¹201203307 your new business. Cascades and farm for details! $136,900 The Bulletin John L. 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P rivate • 40 acres Farms & Ranches MLS¹201207332 sq f t Silv e rcrest kitchen & bath, new nets, granite counters, well & l a rge shop. 13601 SW Canyon Dr • Tumalo Creek flows Call Nancy Popp, - newer carpet & t i le, n i ce Snowberry Village ¹55 Upgrades farmer's sink & stain MLS¹201300092. through property 1.13 acres in CRR, Mt Lake County A l falfa 541-815-8000 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath, 1296 less appliances. $299,999. • Borders National Forpaint inside & out and covered front deck & Pam Farm. Incredible 703 Jefferson views, Crooked River newer carpet. Huge large back yard with sq.ft., 1994 S i lverGreat room has floor Lester, Principal Bro- acre alfalfa F a rm. est OWC. $58,500 MLS Realty c rest. Lots o f w i n kitchen w it h i s l and deck. Spotless and to ceiling windows w/ • MLS 201209443 ker, Century 21 Gold 201106385 Producing 2000 tons dows & vaulted ceiland sunny breakfast like new. views of t h e m t ns. Country Realty, Inc. of dairy quality alfalfa Nice mtn. views. 5.64 Craig Long, Broker Juniper Realty, Cascade Village ings. All a ppliances acres. Located in a area. Enclosed back Hickory hardwood & 541-480-7647 541-504-1338 541-504-5393 hay yearly. 4 pivots Homes N.W. LLC included. FA heat and cul-de-sac. $75,000tile f loors. R a diant deck a n d Pr i v ate provide 453 acres of 541-388-0000 h eat p u mp , A / C . 1 6160 SW Dove R d backyard. f loor heating. O ne 7432 SW Onyx Road. irrigation. 3 m o dest MLS¹2609088 Nicely l a n dscaped, Call Linda Lou 6.1 acre corner lot, Call Marilyn Rohaly, level 2,500 sq ft home H orse set-up a n d homes, 2 shops & 2 FIND IT! r eat r e a r yar d . views! hay storage barns. Day-Wright, Mtn. views, near DesBroker, 541-322-9954 with plenty of elbow mountain 8UY f7' 52,500 Marilyn RoMLS Candice A n derson, Broker, 541-771-2585 chutes river. $99,500 John L. Scott Real room on 4.9 acres. $84,900 MORRIS SELL fTf Broker Call Crooked River Realty MLS 201205646 haly, Estate, Bend $499,999 MLS ¹ 201300988 Broker 541-788-8878 REAL ESTATE Melody Curry Juniper Realty www.JohnLScott.com The Bulletin Classifieds 541-322-9954 201208751 One acre. Driveway in John L. Scott John L. Scott 541-504-5393 Juniper Realty, 541-771-1116. Real Estate, Bend place. 7981 SW High 2 0769 V a lentine S t . Real Es t ate, B end Crooked River Realty 541-504-5393 Powell Butte j Snowberry Village ¹55 Cone. $29,900. www.johnlscott.com $55,500 This beauti- www.johnlscott.com 16535 SW Chinook Dr $52,500 $169,000 MLS¹201003931 f ul home sits on a C RR 5 6 8 acr e s , 12250 NW Dove Rd 87479 N Sta r Ln, Ranch in Powell Butte • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths acres Call Melody Curry g reeenbelt lo t w i t h River views, owner •• 19.62 Custom cedar s ided 40-acre horse prop $925,000. Pride of Cascade • 1296 sq. ft., 1994 Sil- forever views from the 780 541-771-1116 will carry. $225,000 Beautiful h ome with f loor t o erty. $149,900. High ownership/Borders Mountain views vercrest Crooked River Realty wrap-around decking Mfd./Mobile Homes Lakes Realty & Prop MLS 201106408 c eiling windows t o BLM. Feed Lot, hay • Gently sloped property • Lots of w i ndows & & living room. 2 bed, 2 Juniper Realty take in the mtn. views. erty Man a gement with Land Barn, Equip. Shed Need help fixing stuff? • MLS 201205095 vaulted ceilings n ic e k i t chen 541-504-5393 Immaculate 1841 sq. 541-536-0117 MLS¹201206082 • All appliances are in- bath, Call A ServiceProfessional Carolyn Priborsky, w/large adjoining 5 ACRES with mounf t., 3 b d rm, 2 b a t h Vicci Bowen P.C., Broker, ABR, cluded find the help you need. 16685 SW Chinook Dr - Septic, Walaundry room & pan- tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 with tongue & groove $89.900 541-410-9730 • FA h e at a nd h e at- try. Th e CRS, GREEN ter & 30x40 SHOP! www.bendbulletin.com CRR. 6.9 acres, River o v e rsized b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , vaulted ceilings, gas 541-383-4350 pump/A/C views, all utilities iny/4 acre c ul-de-sac Central Oregon Realty free-standing stove, 1 36x40 shop, fenced, • Nicely landscaped, double garage has Group, LLC River Frontage on Little stalled, owner carry. location. Ca s c ade room for 2 cars & exirigated, ext. sprinkler wood accents. New Deschutes River. 6+ great rear yard! MLS views! 1000 gal. sep$189,000 tra storage too. Many 771 h ardwood floors & tic, $27 9 ,000. acres with 300 ft. of Call Marilyn R ohaly, other features make system. CRR water 201008671 new swimming pool. MLS 2809225. Pam riverfront on the little Lots Broker, 541-322-9954 Juniper Realty w/back-flow d e vice. this a great buy. On completely fenced Shop Lester, 541-504-1338 D eschutes Riv e r . John L. Scott Real concrete 541-504-5393 MORRIS Cascade Village C entury 2 1 , Go l d 4.81 acres. $385,000 Estate, Bend floors, windows, $48,900, 1-acre. Moun- Views of Mt. Bachelor, REAL ESTATE Homes N.W. LLC MLS¹ 201101447 County Realty tain views. South Sister & Bro- 320 Acres of p r ivate www.JohnLScott.com 16x10 overhead door. 541-388-0000 Juniper Realty, MLS¹201206664 ken Top. Nadine Ash, property This could MLS¹201203418 541-504-5393 Call Linda Lou Broker 541-390-4017 be horse property or C all N a nc y Po p p , Day-Wright, Broker, John L. Scott has many other uses. 12851 SW Deer 541-815-8000 541-771-2585 Real Estate, Bend Property is mostly flat Crossing. Remodeled Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty www.johnlscott.com and has some partial 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fencing by others. Call 1440 sq. ft. home on Baker City - 3 Bdrm, 3 51881 Fordham Drive. Shevlins Commons county to see all the 2.29 acres. Granite bath, 3 1 00 + s q . ft. R eady to b u il d a t Lot j $239,000 potential this property c ounters, hick o ry semi secludedhome, C rescent • .25 acre lot Cree k . h as t o o f f er. H a s cabinets, bam b oo on 5 acre lot w/many $29,000. High Lakes • Cascade Mountain onderosa pin e s . Realty 8 some views of neighwood f l oors, v i n yl p Pro p erty view 45'x24' Morton built boring hills. 30 miles windows, the list goes • Close to Shevlin Park Management insolated metal shop, from Bend, 15 miles on. Garage, carport • MLS 201301093 541-536-0117 from Prineville reserand R V cov e red $395,000. Don Kelleher, Broker, voir if you like to fish Great Mountain View parking. $1 0 9 ,000 541-523-2368 541-480-1911 or boat. $2 8 9 ,000 site, short dis MLS 201204401 C oming Soon to t h e home MLS 2012 0 8143. tance to the Lakeside Juniper Realty, Market, beautiful log 541-536-1731 S ports Center a n d 541-504-5393 home on 1 acre w/ Cascade Realty, Park, come and v iew , Spray 13206 SW Golden Man s pectacular 541-536-1731 4 0'x60' R V Shop. enjoy listening to the MORRIS tel. Custom 2,470 sq quiet. Avoid bank clos 32.42 Acres in Urban REAL ESTATE f t, 3 bedroom, 2 I ~ $339,000. ing costs; the seller is Growth Bou n dary, y dp d l y O d dy y p d bath on 1.98 acres. Lisa Johnson, Principal offering exc e llent Broker, Horsepower Adjacent t o The Hexagon shaped terms to a q ualified Tetherow Lot j Greens, kitty corner to Real Estate great room has lots of buyer. $299,000 541-510-4601 new Ridgeview High windows to enjoy the Home-ID 619 $83,500 • .43 of an acre School. $59 9 ,000. views. 1,600 sq ft ga Eagle Crest • Overlooking the 13th MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 r age/shop with R V Garage Sales Properties hole Pam Lester, Principal door. La n dscaped, 866-722-3370 • Cascade views B roker, Century 2 1 fruit trees & fenced. Garage Sales • MLS 2809519 Gold Country Realty, A spectacular lot i n $239,000 Deborah Benson, Inc. 541-504-1338 Yarrow, th e n e w er P.C., Broker, GRI Juniper Realty, Garage Sales d evelopment in t h e 541-504-5393 541-480-6448 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t Find them East hills of Madras. backs BLM, Cascade 139716 Dorothy Lane V ery near the n e w in mtn 8 S m it h R o ck Located on C r escent A quatic Cent e r , views. Corner lot, apCreek. This charming The Bulletin M iddle School a n d proved for standard 2 bdrm, 1 bath home COCC Campus. Add Classifieds septic. $199,000. MLS MORRIS boasts 120' of creek Lot 7 to the purchase ¹2809381 Pam frontage, cov e r ed REAL ESTATE and you have unob 541-385-5809 Lester, Principal Brodeck, wood s t ove, structed views of the y&p d l yO d dOp Century 21 Gold new paint inside and Cascade Mts. This lot The Highlands at Bro- ker, Realty, Inc. out, new roof and new GATED ACREAGE i s p riced t o se l l . ken top, 10 a cres, Country 541-504-1338 Very secluded gated 10 kitchen cabinets. Home-ID 1006 gated, private well, Plenty of storage with f enced acres w i t h $26,000 utilities at lot, applica- 52261 Stearns - Gor w/d hookup, covered 2000 sq. ft. custom Eagle Crest Properties tion for cap-fill septic. geous acre, owner home, Trex decking, RV parking are and 866-722-3370 $535,000. MLS carry, $34,000. High m inutes f ro m W i l - Mtn. Views, 60x36 inPam Lakes Realty & Prop b u i lders ¹ 201200937. l amette Sk i P a s s , sulated Shop with at- Outstanding Man a gement Lester, Principal Bro- erty clear lakes and trails. tached guest quarters, dream lot in a quiet 2 s e ptics, l o a fing n eighborhood an d ker, Century 21 Gold 541-536-0117 $275,000. shed, RV h o ok-up, backs up to common Country Realty, Inc. 7825 SW River Road. MLS¹ 201207074 private well, plenty of area. This property is 541-504-1338 Call Kerry at 5.030 acres, canyon room to park toys and p riced to s el l a n d Three Rivers South j 541-815-6363 views, septic 8 power have animals. NO won't last long! Own Cascade Realty, o n l ot . $84, 9 0 0 CC&R's or HOA, easy ership also enjoys all • 1 acre, $19,950 541-536-1731 level lot MLS¹201300989 Call a ccess t o Ben d , of the amenities that • Build your dream reMelody Curry Kevin Pangje Linda Fisher-Berlanga Mark Long 5 498 SW S h a d R d . Redmond or Sisters. Eagle Crest has to of treat 541-771-1116. Bright & open 1,344 One-of-a-kind p r op- fer. Don't miss this • Deschutes NMLS¹ 89521 NMLS¹ 210118 NMLS¹ 208965 River & Crooked River Realty sq ft, 3 bdrm, 2 ba e rty. $475, 0 0 0 o ne! Home-ID 9 6 8 National Forest home on 1.86 acre MLS¹201203090. $59,000 7965 SW River Rd in • MLS 201208695 corner lot. Large loft H ighland Real t y Eagle Crest Properties CRR. 2.79 acres, near Gary Rose, area with office area. 541-923-2311 866-722-3370 the Deschutes River. Broker, MBA RV area 8 hook-up. $49,000 MLS 541-588-0687 Green house located Great Country home $199,900 - Grandfa 201009429 next to t h e f e nced has fenced property thered in RV lot. Sep Juniper Realty, garden area. Under for animals. Wonder- tic, power and water 541-504-5393 MLS¹ ful location and a nice installed. ground sprinklers & B are r a n g e lan d . drip system through shop area. Ready for 201104846 MORRIS Linda Lou DayWright, a family wanting to Fenced and only 18 out. $ 1 49,900 MLS Brad Haun Lisa Hawes Broker, 541-771-2585 REAL ESTATE live on acreage and 201302042 miles from Madras. Crooked River Realty have room to spread There are 2 w a t er NMLS¹ 221546 NMLS¹ 404405 Juniper Realty, out. MLS¹201209328 wells - neither of 541-504-5393 N orth P o w el l B u t t eVeteran seeking to buyP/~ $249,900 1-acre size utility- which are being used. 1984 Crescent Cut Off D&D Realty Group LLC Acreage 3 buildable, to is to one of rare lots. C a scade ready buildable lot, in or Electricity Rd., Crescent Lake, 866-346-7868 Mostly gentle Mountain views. Quiet near Bend, from private them. OR. This 3 bed/ 2.5 s lope w i t h be t t e r area. Call Vicci Bo- party. 951-255-5013 b ath home is o n 5 Horse property with a grass on the steeper acres, partially fenced spectacular mountain wen 541-410-9730 land. Possible owner w ith a 1 620 sq . f t . view. Surrounded by Central Oregon Realty Acreages terms. MLS¹ garage. Sky l ights large farms and sets Group, LLC 201301211 $200,000. throughout home with atop a knoll in Ma- 13740 S W Ca n y onRV lot grandfathered-in, John L. Scott Real Escherry cabi n ets, dras area. You can Drive. 1.22 acre lot. come camp or build tate 541-548-1712 hickory & tile floors, see forever! Shop has B uild y o u r dr e a m your dream h ome. Cascade covered porches, fire- stalls & plenty of room home! $ 4 7 ,500 Mou n tain Septic/Power/ Water. 685 SEThird Street place and secluded for hay 8 t a ck. Or MLS¹201105164 views!! Close to the $57,900 master suite. A 21x24 bring your toys that C all M e lody C u r ry MLS¹201207367 entrance of the NMLS 3182 family room is ideal don't require f o od! 541-771-1116 Linda Lou Day- Wright, Ranch. Great flat 6.2 Bend, OR 97702 for families. Plenty of W ith over 6 a c r esCrooked River Realty acre lot. Flat & treed Broker, 541-771-2585 d p copk~ pco p k 8 u /vrrfd,Sudcr,fgf/7™ f Jh extras in this home. there's plenty of room. for privacy. Build your Crooked River Realty Also equipped with a This custom b r ight 1.46 acre, flat building dream home or your full hook-up RV area home has many uplot adjoins greenbelt. 5 acres adjoins public vacation h i d eaway. and a l a rge shop. grades, great f l oor Water/ power avail- land over Deschutes Enjoy the wonderful $289,900 plan, large r ooms, able at road. River. Short walk to golf course and all the ML-3213-10 MLS¹ 201204040 fireplace & so much $39,900 river. $ 7 4 ,900 amenities the Ranch © 2013EvergreenHomeLoansisaregisteredtrade nameof EvergreenMoneysource Mortgage Call Kerry at m ore. $210, 0 0 0 MLS¹201207930 MLS¹201102328 Call has to of fer. CompanyNMLSID3182. 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• 3202 sq.ft. • 4 bedroom, 4 bath • 2.18 acres • MLS 201303180

RIDGEWATER f $390,000 SUECONRAD BROKER,CRS

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THREE RIVERSSOUTHf $19,95P JIMMORAN, BROKER

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For 28K miles, 2 slides, Dutrips, walks, nature, Attorney General's organization, editing, data base management. trailer, $17,950. and familiarization ramax diesel, 1 owner, :E. m ore info. c a l l moon-light, cuddling! Office Co n s umerg Q Will also assist in some social media project 541-389-1413 excellent cond, $89,995; with Optimization will 541-647-4232 Greg, PO Box 3013 Protection hotline at I assistance as well as participation in local be an asset Trade? 541-546-6920 Arlington WA 98223 I 1-877-877-9392. events sponsored by The Bulletin. This is a We want you to join fun, fast-paced position. our Sawmill team in LTh t,' Bulletin Gilchrist, OR. We ofQualified employee will possess basic photogfer a competitive salraphy s k ills, c o mputer s k ills i n c luding TRUCK DRIVER ary and benefits Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative wanted must have package. Please ap850 Suite. 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N OTICE: ORE G O N Trac-Pac 2-place trailer, NOTICE: Oregon state EOE / Drug-free Workplace req u ires anyAeration/Dethatching Landscape ContracSIGNING BONUS: drive off/on w/double tilt, law Weekly/one-time service co n t racts Zeottz gua/~ip tors Law (ORS 671) $3000 FOR LICENSED ELECTRICIANS lots of accys. Selling due one who avail. Bonded, insured. r equires a l l bu s i $1500 FOR CARDED JL MILLWRIGHTS to m edical r e asons. for construction work Free Estimates! to be licensed with the Zacugga E /,d. nesses that advertise Operationsand Policy Analyst 3 ROSEBURG FOREST PRODUCTS CO. $6000 all. 541-536-8130 Con - More Than Service COLLINS Lawn Maint. t o p e r form L a n d(Field Energy Analyst) DILLARD, RIDDLE (Scenic, Southern) OR Arctic Cat ZL800, 2001, C onstruction Ca/i 541-480-9714 tractors Board (CCB). scape C o n struction $4,415.00 - $6,463.00 Monthly Peace Of Mind short track, variable A n active lice n se which includes: Roseburg Forest Products Co. is a leader in ALLEN REINSCH exhaust valves, elecmeans the contractor Spring Clean Up p lanting, dec k s , T he Oregon Department o f E n ergy i s the wood products industry. We are growing Yard maintenance & tric s t art, r e verse, i s bonded and i n fences, arbors, recruiting for a Field Energy Analyst working in and looking for individuals to grow with our •Leaves clean-up, thatching, manuals, rec o rds, s ured. Ver if y t h e w ater-features, a n d our Planning, Policy and Technical Analysis company. If you are a Licensed Electrician plugging 8 much more! •Cones new spare belt, cover, contractor's CCB installation, repair of Division. This position serves as a resource for with PLC experience or you currently have at •Needles Call 541-536-1294 heated hand g rips, c ense through t h e irrigation systems to businesses, citizens and other stakeholders in least 4 years wood products Journey level • Debris Hauling nice, fast, $999. Call CCB Maverick Landscaping Cons u m er be licensed with the the central region and other parts of the state Millwright experience, we would like to get to Tom, 541-385-7932, M owing, weedeating,yd Website Landscape Contracby providing knowledge an d e x pertise, know you. Weed Free Bark detail., chain saw work, WWW.hirealiCDDSedCDntraCtor. t ors B o a rd . Th i s technical assistance and i nformation on • Yamaha 750 1999 & FlowerBeds Com etc! LCB bobcat excv n 4-digit number is to be renewable energy resources and technologies. We offer excellent company paid family benMountain Max, $1400. or call 503-378-4621. ¹8671 541-923-4324 included in all adverFor more information and to apply, please visit efits, pension, 401 (k), and tuition reimburse- • 1994 Arctic Cat 580 Lawn Renovation The Bulletin recomtisements which indius at www.oregonjobs.org, announcement ment for your professional development in our Nelson EXT, $1000. mends checking with Aeration Dethatching cate the business has ¹ ODOE13-0010. A p plications m u s t be up-grade program. Earn up to $27.79 for Elec- • Zieman 4-place Overseed Landscaping & the CCB prior to cona bond, insurance and received by May 13, 2013. trician and $24.94 for Millwright (plus shift diff) trailer, SOLD! tracting with anyone. Compost Maintenance workers c ompensadepending on your participation in the above All in good condition. Top Dressing Some other t rades Serving Central tion for their employThe Oregon Department of Energy is an Equal program. P l ease ap p l y onl in e at Located in La Pine. also req u ire addiOregon Since 2003 ees. For your protecOpportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. http://rfpcojobs.iapplicants.com. Call 541-408-6149. Residental/Commercial tional licenses a nd Landscape tion call 503-378-5909 certifications. Maintenance 860 or use our website: Human Resources Sprinkler Full or Partial Service Drywall Services www.lcb.state.or.us to Motorcycles & Accessories Roseburg Forest Products Co. Activafion/Repair • Mowing «Edging Remodels & Repairs. No check license status Equal Opportunity Employer Back Flow Testing • Pruning eWeeding job too small, free exbefore co n t racting Sprinkler Adjustments act quotes. CCB¹ with t h e b u s iness. Maintenance Advertising Account Executive 177336 541-408-6169 Persons doing land.Thatch & Aerate Mailroom Clerk Fertilizer included scape maintenance • Spring Clean up Debris Removal with monthly program •Weekly Mowing do not require a LCB The Bulletin is looking for a professional and license. driven Sales and Marketing person to help our & Edging JUNK BE GONE Weekly, monthly 1988 ATK 406, refur•Bi-Monthly & Monthly customers grow their businesses with an The Bulletin Mailroom is hiring for our Saturbished by American Dirt or one time service. I Haul Away FREE Maintenance Painting/Wall Covering expanding list of broad-reach and targeted day night shift and other shifts as needed. Bike, 1 hour running time For Salvage. Also •Bark, Rock, Etc. products. This full time position requires a We currently have openings all nights of the on complete overhaul. Cleanups 8 Cleanouts EXPERIENCED WESTERN P AINTING background in consultative sales, territory week but all applicants must be available to $1495. 541-504-7745 Mel, 541-389-8107 Commercial ~tendece in CO. Richard Hayman, management and aggressive prospecting skills. work Saturday nights. Shifts start between •Landscape & Residential a semi-retired paintTwo years of media sales experience is 6:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., and end between Construction Handyman ing contractor of 45 preferable, but we will train the right candidate. 2:00a.m.and 3:30 a.m. Starting pay is $9.00 •Water Feature years. S m all Jobs per hour, and we pay a minimum of 3 hours Installation/Maint. I DO THAT! Senior Discounts Welcome. Interior & The p o sition in c ludes a com p etitive per shift, as some shifts are short (11:30•Pavers Home/Rental repairs 541-390-1466 Exterior. c c b ¹ 51 84. compensation package including benefits, and 1:30). The work consists of loading inserting Small jobs to remodels Same Day Response •Renovations 541-388-6910 machines or stitcher, stacking product onto 2002 Harley Davidson Honest, guaranteed rewards an aggressive, customer focused •Irrigations Installation pallets, bundling, cleanup and other tasks. salesperson with unlimited earning potential. work. CCB¹151573 Heritage Softail - Fl, emSenior Discounts RV/Marine Must be able to stand for long periods of time erald green 8 black, lots Dennis 541-317-9768 Call a Pro Bonded & Insured to load machines. Will require repetitive of chrome 8 extras, 9K Email your resume, cover letter Whether you need a ERIC REEVE HANDY Expert Chainsaw and 541-815-4458 stooping and bending and must be able to lift mi, perfect cond. $9995. and salary history to: SERVICES. Home & hedge trimming opLCB¹8759 fence fixed, hedges 50 lbs. 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P r o-Pack, ille. 541-447-5502 days pilot, IFR, one piece M ini Cooper S from the readers view - not $3950, 541-382-7391 The Bulletin Classified windshield. Fastest ArFord 1-ton extended van, anti-theft. Good cond, & 541-447-1641 eves. C lubman 2 0 0 9 , the seller's. Convert the cher around. 1750 to1995, 460 engine, set-up c lean. Re q . 'til 24K mi., with lots of facts into benefits. Show tal t i me . $6 8 ,500. f or c o n tractor w i t h 4/20/15. 819, 9 00. good stuff, 6 speed the reader how the item will 541-475-6947, ask for shelves 8 bins, fold-down 541-390-1122 auto, w/ paddle and help them in someway. ladder rack, tow hitch, Rob Berg. skslra@msn.com manuel shift, exc. FAST66 Ranchero! This 180K miles, new tranny & Chevy Ma!!bu 2009 utility, pretty, and a $7500 invested, advertising tip 43k miles, loaded, brakes; needs catalytic B LAST t o dri v e . sell for $4500! brought to you by studs on rims/ RV T-BIRD 1988 S p ort converter & new wind$19,500. Call Call 541.382.9835 P ilgrim 27', 2007 5 t h Asking $12,900. CONSIGNMENTS coupe, 34,400 orig. shield. $2200. 541-504-8770 The Bulletin 541-610-6834. wheel, 1 slide, Ac, 541-220-7808 WANTED mi., A/C, PW, PL, new ser mg centraiomgon snce lsl8 We Do The Work ... TV,full awning, exceltires/brakes/hoses/ lent shape, $23,900. belts & exhausts. Tan You Keep The Cash! 541-350-8629 On-site credit w/tan interior. Immaculate! $4,995. approval team, Days 5 4 1-322-4843, web site presence. RV FIAT 1800 1978, 5-spd, Eves 541-383- 5043 We Take Trade-Ins! CONSIGNMENTS Free Advertising. door panels w/flowers WANTED Diamond Reo Dump & hummingbirds, BIG COUNTRY RV We Do The Work ... Truck 19 7 4, 12 -14 white soft top 8 hard Bend: 541-330-2495 You Keep The Cash! yard box, runs good, top. Just reduced to Redmond: On-site credit $6900, 541-548-6812 541-548-5254 $3,750. 541-317-9319 approval team, or 541-647-8483 web site presence. 1000 We Take Trade-Ins! VW BUG 1972 rebuilt G K E A T Springdale 2007 26' low Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Free Advertising. eng, new paint, tires, miles, awning, A/C, chrome whls, 30 mpg, exc. cond., $14,000. BIG COUNTRY RV A TTORNEY I M M E - within four (4) months Bend: 541-330-2495 $3800. 541-233-7272 541-848-9359. Hyster H25E, runs LEGAL NOTICE (30) days from the DIATELY. If you need after the date of first Redmond: well, 2982 Hours, CIRCUIT COURT OF date of service of this help in finding an atpublication to the un541-548-5254 $3500,call OREGON FOR DESSummons upon you. torney, you may call dersigned or they may Ford Galaxie500 1963, 541-749-0724 CHUTES COUNTY, If you fail to appear the O r egon S t a te be barred. Additional 2 dr. hardtop,fastback, D EUTSCHE B A N K and defend this matBar's Lawyer Referral i nformation may b e 390 vs,auto, pwr. steer & NATIONAL T R UST ter within thirty (30) 0 S ervice a t (503) o btained f ro m t h e radio (orig),541-419-4989 COMPANY, AS days from the date of 684-3763 or toll-free court records, the unVW Convertible 1977, 00 TRUSTEE FOR THE publication specified Ford Mustang Coupe in Oregon at (800) dersigned or the atSpringdale 27' 2005, 4 herein along with the 1966, original owner, new tires & brakes, re- REGISTERED The ob!ect torney. Date first pubslide in dining/living area built engine, newer paint, HOLDERS OF MOR- r equired f i ling f e e , 452-7636. V8, automatic, great of the said action and lished: May 4, 2013. sleeps 6, low mi,$15,000 $9500. 541-388-5591 GAN STANLEY ABS D EUTSCHE B A N K shape, $9000 OBO. the relief sought to be William L. C romley, obo. 541-408-3811 Peterbilt 359 p o table 530-515-8199 CAPITAL I INC. NATIONAL T R UST 933 o btained therein i s Personal Representawater t r uck, 1 9 9 0, TRUST 20 0 7 - HE6 COMPANY, as fully set forth in said t ive c/o R o nald L . 3200 gal. tank, 5hp Pickups MORTGAGE Trustee for the regis- complaint, a n d is Bryant, Attorney at pump, 4-3" h o ses, Ford Ranchero PASS-THROUGH tered h o l ders of briefly stated as folLaw, Bryant Emerson 908 camlocks, $ 2 5 ,000. 1979 Streamliner 30' CERTIFICATES, SEMORGAN STANLEY 541-820-3724 G MC Sierra S L T lows: Foreclosure of a & Fitch, LLP, PO Box with 351 Cleveland Aircraft, Parts RIES 200 7 H E6, ABS CAPITAL I INC. 1963, good condi2006 - 1500 Crew Deed of T rust/Mort- 4 57, Redmond O R modified engine. 8 Service P laintiff, v. CR A I G TRUST 200 7 -HE6 gage. Grantors:Craig tion, com p l ete, Cab 4x4, Z71, exc. 97756. Body is in M OORE; JOA N I E MORTGAGE ready to go. $2000. Moore, Joanie Moore cond., 82 k m i les, excellent condition, M OORE; UN I T ED PASS-THROUGH LEGAL NOTICE 541-306-0383 $19,900. and Persons or Par$2500 obo. STATES OF CERTIFICATES, SETo INTERESTED 541-408-0763 ties Unknown ClaimBetter than most, and 541 -420-4677 AMERICA, I N T E R- RIES 2007-HE6 will PERSONS ing Any Right, Title, w orth the p r ice o f N AL REV E N U E apply to the Court for Lien or Interest in the W illiam Felton h a s $500 cash. Evening SERVICE; STATE OF the relief demanded in been appointed AdProperty Described in II p,, Iri I S phone be s t at OREGON, DEPARTt he Complaint. T h e ministrator of the esthe Complaint Herein. 541-318-8503. 1/3 interest in Columbia MENT OF REVENUE; first date of publicaProperty add r ess: tate of Cheri Yvonne I nternational Fla t 400, $150,000 located PERSONS OR PAR- tion is May 3, 2013. 60590 Mayb e r ry Lovett, deceased, by Bed Pickup 1963, 1 Weekend Warrior Toy @ Sunriver. H o urly TIES UNK N OWN NOTICE TO DEFEN- C ourt, Be n d , O R the C i r cuit C o u rt, Hauler 28' 2007, Gen, rental rate (based upon Ford T-Bird, 1966, 390 ton dually, 4 s pd. CLAIMING A NY DANTS: READ 97702. P u b lication: State of Oregon, Desengine, power every- trans., great MPG, fuel station, exc cond. approval) $775. Also: Service & Accessorie RIGHT, TITLE, LIEN T HESE PAP E R S The Bulletin. DATED chutes County, Case thing, new paint, 54K could be exc. wood sleeps 8, black/gray S21 hangar avail. for O R I NTEREST I N CAREFULLY! You N o. 13PB0043. A l l this 31 day of Januoriginal m i les, runs hauler, runs great, i nterior, u se d 3X , s ale, or l e ase © 3 tires, 225/60R-17 off must "appear" in this THE PRO P E RTY persons having claims a ry, 2 0 13 . Cr a i g new brakes, $1950. great, excellent condi$15/day or $ 325/mo. Outback, 50% tread left, $19,999 firm. DESCRIBED IN THE case or the other side Peterson, OSB against the estate are 541-948-2963 tion in & out. Asking 541-419-5480. 541-389-9188 COMPLAINT will win automatically. ¹120365, $25 ea. 541-318-0766 Zac h ary required to p r esent $8,500. 541-480-3179 HEREIN, Defendants. To "appear" you must Bryant, OSB them, with vouchers Need to get an No. 12CV1 1 18. file with the court a le- ¹113409, R o binson attached, to the unLooking for your SUMMONS BY PUBad in ASAP? gal paper called a Tait, P.S., Attorneys dersigned A d m inisnext employee? Antique & "motion" or "answer." for Plaintiff. LICATION. TO:Craig t rator a t 2 5 0 NW Place a Bulletin help You can place it Classic Autos M oore, Persons o r The "motion" or "anF ranklin Ave., S t e. wanted ad today and online at: swer" must be given Parties Unk n o wn LEGAL NOTICE 402, Bend, OR 97701, reach over 60,000 Claiming Any Right, to the court clerk or The undersigned has within four m o nths www.bendbulletin.com readers each week. GMC 1966, too many N issan Pickup 1 9 9 1 Title, Lien or Interest administrator w i t hin been appointed per- after the date of May Your classified ad extras to list, reduced to 2WD/4Cyl Auto. Runs in the Property De- thirty days along with sonal representative 11, 2013, th e f i r st will also appear on 541-385-5809 $7500 obo. Serious buy- great. Extras. $3700. scribed in the Com- the required filing fee. of the Estate of Viv1921 Model T publication of this nobendbulletin.com 541-316-1367 ers only. 541-536-0123 It must be in proper ian Brooke Cromley, tice, or the claims may Delivery Truck which currently reKco!More Pix at Bendbfflletin.ci plaint Herein, IN THE NAME OF THE form and have proof Deceased, by the De- be barred. Additional Restored & Runs ceives over 1.5 milSTATE OF OREGON: o f service o n t h e schutes County Ciri nformation may b e lion page views ev$9000. T itan 4 x 4 20 0 7 , You are hereby replaintiff's attorney or, cuit Court of the State o btained f ro m t h e ery month at no 541-389-8963 Off-Road, beautiful quired to appear and if the plaintiff does not of Oregon, probate records of the court, extra cost. Bulletin inside and out, med efend against t h e have a n at t o rney, number 1 3 PB0046. the Administrator, or Classifieds Get Retallic black/charcoal allegations contained proof of service on the All persons having t he lawyer fo r t h e w e l l-1952 Ford Customline sults! Call 385-5809 1/3 interest i n leather, loaded, 69k in the Complaint filed plaintiff. IF YOU c laims against t h e Administrator, P a triequipped IFR Beech Bo- Coupe, project car, flat- GMC vraton 1971, Only or place your ad a gainst you i n t h e HAVE ANY Q U ES- estate are required to cia Heatherman, 250 nanza A36, new 10-550/ head V-8, 3 spd extra $19,700l Original low mi., $19,995 obo. on-line at 541-410-6183. above entitled proTIONS, YOU present the same with NW Franklin Ave, Ste. prop, located KBDN. parts, & materials, $2000 mile, exceptional, 3rd bendbulletin.com owner. 951-699-7171 ceeding within thirty S HOULD SE E A N proper vouchers 402, Bend, OR 97701. $65,000. 541-419-9510 obo. 541-410-7473

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COTV 11 Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program E xtreme Desire Adv Journal G e t Outdoors V i sions of NW City Club of Central Oregon CSPAN 61 20 12 11 (11:00) Washington ThisWeek Newsmakers Washington ThisWeek Q&A 'DIS 87 43 14 39 /ceAge:Me/t Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Jessie 'G' « Jessie 'G' « Jessie 'G' « A.N.T. Farm'G' Dog With a Blog Jessie 'G' « Sha ke It Up! 'G' Good-Charlie G ood-Charlie *DISC 15 21 16 37 BackyardO!ln Backyard Oil n Backyard Oil n Backyard Oil n The Big Brain Theory: PureGenius The Big Brain Theory: PureGenius Deadliest Catch n '14' cc Alaska Marshals n 'PG' cc *E! What-Ryan Wh a t-Ryan 13 25 The Soup '14 All Grown Up: Married to Jonas Married to Jonas Blinging UpBaby'14 Nick Cannon's Big Surprise '14' Kardashian Kardashian ESPN 21 23 22 23 StrongestMan Strongest Man Strongest Man Strongest Man Strongest ManCompetition SportsCenter (N)(Live) « Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) cc MLB Baseball: Angels atWhiteSox ESPN2 22 24 21 24 SportsCenter SportsNation American LeMansSeries Racing Monterey FromMonterey, Calif 2012 World Series of Poker su Mexico Primera Division Soccer: La Liguilla: Quarterfinal ESPNC 23 25 123 25 SEC Storied cc 30 for 30 cc Year of the Quarterback cc 30 for 30 Quarterback ESPNN 24 63 124203 SportsCenter (N) (Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « SportsCenter (N) SportsNation SportsCenter « SportsCenter w L« *** "Harry Potter andthe Orderof thePhoenix" (2007, Fantasy)Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint *** "Harry Potter andthe Haif-Biood Prince" (2009), RupertGrint FAM 67 29 19 41 "Harry Potter-Gob/eto/Fire" FNC 57 61 36 50 Journal Editorial FOX News America's NewsHeadquarters (N) Fox NewsSunday FOX Report(N) Huckabee(N) *FOOD 17 62 98 44 ChefWantedWithAnneBurrell Restaurant: Impossible Giving You the Business Restaurant Stakeout Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Diners, Drive D i ners, Drive *** "Forgetting SarahMarsha/I" (2008,Romance-Comedy)Jason Segel, KristenBell, Mila Kunis FX 131 How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met HGTV 17 49 33 43 LoveltorListlt'G'« Love It or List It 'G' cc Love It or List It 'G' cc Love It or List It Renton 'G' cc Love It or List It Pollock Jones Q Love It or List It Cira Bagnato'C' *HIST 15 42 41 36SwampPeople BloodLi nes'PG' SwampPeopleWagingWar'PG' Swamp PeopleDeadlyChill 'PG' SwampPeople NoSurrender 'PG' Swamp People Breaking Point 'PG' Swamp PeopleCursed'PG' cc LIFE 13 39 20 31 "LikeMother,LikeDaughter"'14' "TicketOut" (2010,Suspense) RayLiotta, Alexandra Breckenridge. « "DangerousIntuition" (2013) Tricia Helfer, EstellaWarren. 'PG' « "AMother's Nightmare"(2012)'14' MSNBC 59 59128 51 MSNBCLive(N) The Ed Show(N) Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on CameraFull Throttle MTV 192 22 38 57 (11:00) **"WhiteChicks"(2004) ** "Li ttle Man"(2006,Comedy)ShawnWayans, MarlonWayans. n Guy Code '14' Guy Code '14' Guy Code '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' NICK 82 46 2440 Odd Parents Odd Parents Winx Club ' Y7' SpongeBob "MonsterHigh:Ghouls Rule" (2012) n cc Monster High Monster High: Skull Shores Monster High: Scaris The Best of the OprahShow'PG' Oprah's Lifeclass n 'PG' « Oprah's Lifeclass n 'PG' ss Oprah's Lifeclass n 'PG' « Oprah's Lifeclass n 'PG' « OWN 161 103 31 103 Super Soul Sunday n 'PG' « PAC12 47 310310310 College Baseball Utah atWashington(N) (Live) College RowingWindermereCup Basketball Col l ege Softball Oregon Ariat zona State SPIKE 132 31 34 46 Bar Rescue'PG' (12:29) Bar RescueIn aPinch'PG' (1:35) BarRescue n 'PG' (2:41) BarRescueEmptyPockets n 'PG' (3:48) BarRescue n 'PG (4:54) BarRescue n 'PG * "Red P/anet" (2000)Val Kilmer. 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Aa *** Two Mules for Sister Sara1970,WesternShirley MacLaine, Clint Eastwood.Aa (10:45) *** Coogan's Bluff sa High Plains Call-Wildman Call-Wildman ANPL 68 50 26 38 Animal CopsHouston Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Boss Tanked Million Dollar M i llion Dollar Listing NewYork N e wlyweds: The First Year Housewives/OC Housewives/OC Housewives/OC Medicine Married to Medicine Married to Medicine Married to Medicine Married to Medicine Newlyweds: TheFirst Year Million Dollar Listing Million Dollar Listing Million Dollar Listing Million Dollar Listing Million Dollar Listing Married to Medicine BRAVO 137 44 Newlyweds: The First Year Tabatha TakesOver Tabatha TakesOver Tabatha TakesOver Tabatha TakesOver Tabatha TakesOver Million Dollar Listing NewYork M i l lion Dollar Listing New York M i l lion Dollar Listing York New Million Dollar Listing NewYork Million Dollar Listing NewYork Million Dollar Listing NewYork CMT Music ** Days of Thunder 1990TomCruise. Upstart stock-cardriver oes to the edge DogandBeth:OntheHunt DogandBeth:OntheHunt Reba Reba T World's Strictest Parents M World's Strictest Parents World's Strictest Parents World's Strictest Parents Guntucky Gu ntucky Kitchen Nightmares Kitchen Nightmares Kitchen Nightmares DogandBeth:OntheHunt CMT 19032 42 53 W Kitchen Nightmares Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition Extreme Makeover: HomeEdition TF CMT Music D o g and Beth: On the Hunt DogandBeth:OntheHunt DogandBeth:OntheHunt Dog and Beth:OntheHunt CNBC 54 36 40 52 Closing Bell Closing Bell With Maria Bartiromo Fast Money V a ried Programs Mad Money The Kudlow Report Varied Programs (11:00) CNN Newsroom The LeadWith JakeTapper The Situation Room Erin Burnett OutFront AndersonCooper360 CNN 55 38 35 48 Workaholics Workaholics W o rkaholics W o rkaholics Workaholics ComedyCentral (:22) Futurama (4:54) Futurama Always Sunny (:20) ** Nacho Libre 2006JackBlack T (11:55) Tosh.0 (:25) Tosh.0 ( 1 2:55) Tosh.0 (:25) Tosh.0 (1:55) Tosh.0 (:25) * Saving Silverman2001Jason Biggs, SteveZahn. « (:27) Futurama (4:58) Futurama Always Sunny ** WelcomeHome RoscoeJenkins2008MartinLawrence.« COM 135 53 13547 W RENO 911! South Park Sou th Park Sou t h Park South Park Futurama Futurama Always Sunny T (11:56) 30Rock (:26) 30 Rock South Park (:26) South Park South Park (:26) *** Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure1989 KeanuReeves (:28) Futurama (4:59) Futurama The Half Hour (:21) * Superstar1999,ComedyMolly Shannon,Wil Ferrell. 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Premiere. « ** "TheSwitch" (2010)Jennifer Aniston, JasonBateman. « * "TheEx"(2006,Comedy)ZachBraf,Amanda Peet, JasonBateman. « MSNBC The RachelMaddowShow (N) The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes The Rachel MaddowShow The Last Word Hardball With Chris Matthews cc MTV Awkward. n '14' The Show With The Show With Ridiculousness n Ridiculousness n Ridiculousness n Ridiculousness n Ridiculousness n The Show With Zach Stone Is The ShowWith Ridiculousness n NICK SpongeBob Sp o ngeBob SpongeBob Drake & Josh'Y7' Big Time Rush'G' Wendell & Vinnie Full House n 'G' Full House n 'G' The Nanny'PG' The Nanny 'PG' Friends '14' cc (11:33) Friends n Main Street Main Street Main Street Datehne on OWN n '14' « Dateline on OWN Prime Suspect '14' Dateline on OWN n '14' « Dateline on OWNn '14' « OWN Main Street PAC12 College Golf Pac-12Championships Women's Bsk Women's CollegeBasketball California atStanford Women's CollegeBasketball: Pac-12Tournament Women's Bsk Women's College Basketball ** "Underworld" (2003,Horror) KateBeckinsale, Scott Speedman.n SPIKE DEA Cocaine deaddrop. n '14 DEA Standoffwith drugdealers. '14' iM PACT Wrestling (N) n '14' « *** "Star Trek Vl:TheUndiscovered Country" (1991)Wiliam Shatner, LeonardNimoy. « *** "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996,ScienceFiction) Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes SYFY Warehouse13The BigSnag n « TBN Joseph Prince 'G' Hillsong TV Praise the Lord 'Y' « Live-Holy Land Turning Point 'G' IBA News cc Cr e flo Dollar 'G' Spring Praise-A-Thon King of QueensSeinfeld The Seinfeld TheStatue Seinfeld The Susie Family GuyViewer Family Guy Internal The Big Bang The Big Bang Men at WorkUncle The Big Bang C o nan ZacharyQuinto; HeatherGraham. *TBS The 'Q' cc n 'PG' n 'PG' cc Glasses n 'PG' Mail 2 '14' « Af fa i rs n '14' The o ry '14' « Theory 'PG' cc Gibbs (N)'PG' T h eory '14' « (N) cc (5:00) *** "The BigFisherman" (1959, Historical Drama)HowardKeel, SusanKohner (8:15) *** "Francis ofAssisi" (1961, Biography)BradfordDilman, DoloresHart. Pre- (10:15) *** "Joan ol Arc" (1948,Biography) Ingrid Bergman,Jose Ferrer. A devout TCM Premiere. Peter's conversionswaysHerod's daughter andArab. miere. Italian wastrel foundsFranciscanOrder in 13thcentury. French peasantgirl fights the English for CharlesVll. « 'TLC Worst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos Worst Tattoos Worst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos Worst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos W o rst Tattoos (5:00) NBABasketball Indiana Pacersat NewYork Knicks (N) Inside the NBA(N) (Live) cc TNT Network Pre Castle Eye ofthe Beholder Investigating a Castle DemonsInvestigating aghost C astle Cops & RobbersMarthaandCastle 'TNT (Live) « view Episode2 murder and atheft. 'PG' « hunter's murder n 'PG' cc are held hostage. 'PG' cc "TOON Adventure Time Regular Show Regular Show Annoying Orange Incredible Crew Regular Show King of the Hill n King of the Hill n American Dad '14' American Dad'14' Family Guy '14' Family Guy '14 'TRAV Bizarre FoodsWith AndrewZimmern Man v. Food 'PG Man v. Food 'PG' Mysteries at the Museum'PG' « Monumental Mysteries (N) 'PG' « Mystenes at the Museum PG « Mysteries at the Museum'PG' « TVLND (5:46) TheNanny The Golden Girls Queens King ofQueens The GoldenGirls The GoldenGirls The Golden Girls The Golden Girls Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love.Raymond Love-Raymond King of USA NCIS Kill Ari '14' cc NCIS Kill Ari '14' « NCIS UnderCovers n 'PG' cc NCIS LightSleeper n 'PG' « NCIS JackKnife n 'PG' « Psych DeadAir 'PG' «(DVS) ** "I Think!Love My Wife"(2007)Chris Rock,GinaTorres. Premiere. n VH1 (5:30) *"Honey2" (2011,Drama)Katerina Graham,RandyWayne. n Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta n '14' Master of the Mix n 'PG' *A&E

** "Viva LasVegas" 1964Elvis Presley. n 'NR' « ** "John Carter" 2012,Science Fiction Taylor Kitsch. n 'PG-13' « Cold Mountain 'R' (6:20) **"ManoftheHouse"2005Tommy LeeJones. *** "28 WeeksLater" 2007, Horror RobertCarlyle, RoseByrne. 'R' « ** "Premonition"2007, Suspense Sandra Bullock, NiaLong. 'PG-13' « ** "Perfect Stranger" 2007,SuspenseHalle Berry,BruceWilis. 'R' « Best of PRIDE Fighting Championship UFC Unleashed UFC Unleashed(N) The Ultimate Fighter n 'PG UFC Tonight U F C Insider Bes t of PRIDE Fighting Championship (5:30) PGATourGolf HPByronNelson Championship, First Round Golf Central (N) 19th Hole (N) PGA Tour Golf HPByron NelsonChampionship, First Round HALL TheBradyBunch The BradyBunch The BradyBunch The BradyBunch Frasier' PG' «Frasier 'PG' «Frasier 'PG'« Frasier'PG' « Fra sier Rivals'PG' Frasier'PG' « Fra sier'PG' « Fra s ier'PG' « HBO ** "First Daughter" 2004Katie Holmes. n 'PG' cc Veep 'MA' cc T h e Orgasm Special: ASex RealXtra (7:45) ** "Journey 2:TheMysterious Island" 2012DwayneJohnson. 'PG Game of Thrones n MA « ** "Leatherface:TheTexasChainsaw Massacre ll IFC (5:00) *** "RiskyBusiness" 1983 (7:15) ** "The HillsHaveEyes" 2006Aaron Stanford. Bloodthirsty mutants hunt fresh meat. 'R (11:15) ** "The HilsHaveEyes ** "Savages" 2012,CrimeDramaTaylor Kitsch, BlakeLively. n 'R' cc MAX "HarryPotterDeathly Hallows" (6:50) ** "Project X" 2012Thomas Mann. n 'R' cc (8:20) ** "JohnsonFamily Vacation"2004 'PG-13' cc NBCSN NHL Hockey NHL Live (N)(Live) F1 36 'PG Cycling Tour ofCalifornia, Stage5 Hockey The Grid 'G' F1 3 6 'PG' NGC Polygamy, USATheWinter Ball 'PG' Taboo StrangeSyndromes '14 Polygamy, USATheWinter Ball 'PG Taboo StrangeSyndromes '14' Mountain Movers '14' Alaska StateTroopers'14' NTOON T.U.F.F.Puppy n T.U.F.F. Puppyn T.U.F.F. Puppyn T.U.F.F. Puppyn T.U.F.F.Puppy n T.U.F.F. Puppyn Robot, Monster Robot, Monster Back at, Barnyard Back at, Barnyard Danny Phantom Danny Phantom OUTD Major LeagueFishing Bow Madness Ult. Adventures Bottom Feeders Cuddeback's The Crush Bone Collector Hunt Masters Al a ska OutdoorsTrophy Hunt Under Wild Skies *** "TheWomaninBlack"2012Daniel Radcliffe. « SHO (5:45) *** "MeanGirls" 2004 LindsayLohan. 'PG-13' Gigolos (N)'MA' The Borgias 'MA' (9:05) ** "Scream4"2011, Horror NeveCampbell. n 'R' « SPEED Headsets Inside-Headsets Inside-Headsets Inside-Headsets A Racer's Life My All Star Win My All Star Win Headsets Inside-Headsets Inside-Headsets Inside-Headsets STARZ (5:00) ** "Mindhunters" 2004'R' (6:50) *** "Looper" 2012,ScienceFiction BruceWilis. n 'R' « (8:50) **"ThinkLikea Man" 2012Michael Ealy. n 'PG-13' « Da Vinci's DemonsTheTower 'MA' ** "TheMechanic"2011JasonStatham.n 'R'« TMC *** "Citizen Ruth" 1996,ComedyLaura Dern, Swoosie Kurtz. n 'R' « (9:35) *"TheSamaritan" 2012Samuel L. Jackson. 'R' (11:10) ** "4:44 LastDayon Earth" "WE Braxton Family ValuesSister Act (N) Braxton Family Values Sister Act Braxton Family Values SisterAct Braxton Family Values SisterAct Braxton Family Values Braxton Family Values ENCR FMC FUEL GOLF

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(5:30) *** "HighPlains Drifter" (1973)Clint Eastwood,VernaBloom.Amysteri- ** "Fire/ox" (1982, Action) Clint Eastwood, FreddieJones, DavidHuffman. AVietnam-era pilot tries to steal a Russianhigh- ** "TheTransporter" (2002,Action) ous strangerprotects a corrupt townfromgunmen. « tech jet. « JasonStatham,ShuQi.« *ANPL 68 50 2638 RiverMonster s:Unhookedn'PG Call-Wildman Call-Wildman Swamp'd! 'PG' Swamp'd! 'PG' Tanked (N) n 'PG TankedFermentingDonutsn 'PG' Tanked n 'PG BRAVO 13 44 Don ' t Be Tardy... Don't Be Tardy Don't Be Tardy... 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News ESPN 21 23 22 23 NBABasketballConferenceSemifinal: TeamsTBA(N) N B ABasketballConferenceSemifinal: TeamsTBA(N)(Live) cc SportsCenter (N)(Live) cc SportsCenter (N)(Live) cc ESPN2 22 24 21 24 (5:00) XGamesBarcelona FromBarcelona, Spain. « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) s« s NBA Tonight (N) Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) « SportsCenter *** "Catching Hell" (2011,Documentary) « ESPNC 23 25 123 25 FridayNightLights'14' cc The Clemente Effect cc The Clemente Effect cc H-Lite Ex. H-Li te Ex H-Lite Ex. H-Li te Ex H-Lite Ex. H-Li te Ex. ESPNN 24 63 124203 SportsCenter (N) (Live) « SportsCenter (N)(Live) « ESPNFCPress H-Lite Ex. ** "HomeAlone2:LostinNew York"(1992,Comedy)Macaulay Culkin, JoePesci. FAM 67 29 19 41 Melissa& Joey ** * "HomeAlone"(1990,Comedy)MacaulayCulkin,JoePesci The 700 Club n 'PG' « FNC 57 61 36 50 Hannity(N) On Record, GretaVanSusteren The O'Reilly Factor cc Hannity On Record, GretaVanSusteren The Five *FOOD 17 62 98 44 Diners, Drive D i n ers, Drive G i v i ng You the Business Diners, Drive D i ners, Drive D i ners, Drive D i ners, Drive Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Diners, Drive Diners, Drive * "Grown Ups"(2010,Comedy)AdamSandler, KevinJames ** "Jumping the Broom" (2011, Comedy) AngelaBassett. Premiere. FX 131 (5:30) ** "Soul Surfer"(2011, Drama)AnnaSophia Robb, HelenHunt. HGTV 17 49 33 43 Hunters Int'I H unt ers Int'I Hunters Int'I Hunters Int'I Extreme Homes'G' « Flea Market Flip Flea Market Flip House Hunters Hunters Int'I Hunters Int'I Hunters Int'I *HIST 15 42 41 36 AmericanPickers'PG' cc American Pickers YouBetcha'PG' American Pickers 'PG' cc American Pickers 'PG' cc American Pickers 'PG' cc Amer Pickers Amer Pickers LIFE 13 39 20 31 Hoarders'PG' « Hoarders 'PG' cc Hoarders 'PG' cc Hoarders 'PG' cc Hoarders 'PG' cc (11:01) Hoarders 'PG' cc MSNBC 59 59 128 51 The Rachel MaddowShow (N) Lockup Riverbend Lockup InsidePendletonJuvenile Lockup Lockup: RawEverPresent Danger Lockup: RawIntimacy in prison Norah's Infinite P/ay/isl" (2008)MichaelCera. n MTV 192 22 38 57 Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness The Show With Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14' Girl Code n '14 *** "Nick and NICK 82 46 24 40 SpongeBob S p o ngeBob Teenage Mut. Teenage Mut. Teenage Mut. Teenage Mut Full House 'G' Full House 'G' The Nanny'PG' The Nanny 'PG' Friends n '14' (11:33) Friends Police Women ofMemphis n '14' lyanla, Fix My Life n 'PG' « lyanla, Fix My Life n '14' Raising Whitley Life, La Toya l y anla, Fix My Life n 'PG'a« s OWN 161 103 31 103 Police Women of Memphis n '14' Pac-12 Football in 60 Pac-12 Football in 60 PAC12 47 310310310 College Basketball College Basketball Stanford atColorado College Basketball ColoradoState at Colorado **** "Raiders o/the LostArk" (1981,Adventure) Harrison Ford, KarenAllen. n *** "indiana Jonesandthe Templeoi Doom"(1984, Adventure) Harrison Ford. n SPIKE 132 31 34 46 BarRescueTikiCursen'PG' SYFY 13 35 133 45 (5:30) *** "StarTrek:First Contact" (1996) Patrick Stewart. WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) n « Merlin TheDrawing of the Dark(N) Defiance TheSerpent's Egg TBN 205 60 130 The Harvest Ever Increasing Israel: Journey of Light « Creflo Dollar 'G Spring Praise-A-Thon Pe r ry Stone Praise the Lord 'Y' « ** "2 Fast 2Furious" (2003,Action) PaulWalker, Tyrese.Twofriends and a U.S Are WeThereYet2 Are WeThere Yet? Selnfeld ThePuffy Seinfeld TheHeart Seinfeld The Pot- Family Guy n Family Guy n 'TBS 16 27 11 28 The Klng of 'PG' 'PG' 'PG' cc '14' cc Queens n 'PG' Shirt 'PG' Attack 'PG' hol e n 'PG' customsagenttry to nail acriminal. «(DVS) ** "TopBanana" (1954,Musical Comedy)Phil Silvers, RoseMarie. A TVcomic is *** "It's AlwaysFair Weather" (1955)GeneKelly, Dan Dailey, CydCharisse *** OurManrn Havana (1960)Alec 5'00 ** "Ace/nthe Hoie"(1951 TCM 101 44 101 2 Drama) KirkDouglas. « about to losehis marblesandeverything else. « Three fun-lovingveterans reunite 10years after V-J Day. « Guinness. cc *TLC 17 34 32 34 Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL I Found-Gown I Found-Gown Say Yes: ATL Say Yes: ATL TheGodof Timesends *** "The Lord o/theRings: TheFellowship o/theRing" (2001, Fantasy)Elijah Wood, lan McKellen, LivTyler. Creatures unite to destroy a pow- "Lara Croft:Tomb *TNT 17 26 1527 SupematuralDean devei opsanobses Supernatural Raider" sion. n '14' « Dean back to1944. n '14' erful ring anddefeat a lord. «(DVS) 'AMC

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