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• A Sisters man burned bythe cost of contracted care,which iscommoninthis area, isamong those calling for restrictions.Forits part, St. Charlessaysit can't control suchsituations, either.

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With sign-ups for private marketplace coverage now at 7.5 million and the

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Spc. Nick Heuer of Newberg and other National Guard troops train on Humvees recently at the Biak Training Center east of Redmond. The

exercises are meant toprepare the troopsfor their upcomingdeployment to Shindand Air Base inwestern Afghanistan, as soon asAugust.

applyto several hundred thousand employees of consulting, computing and polling firms. The accord would require that employers verifythat the 11 hours of daily"rest"

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gon Army National Guard 1-82 Cavalry Squadron are in western Afghanistan this week, visiting the air force base where the

unit is scheduled to begin a nine-month deployment in August. "Essentially, it's a leader's (reconnaissance), for leadership within the squadron to get eyes on what we're going to be facing," said Maj. Christopher Kerr, "and kind of see how they're operating over there, so we're able to come back and set up our training for all the troops deploy-

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A family leaves the Red Cross shelter Friday at Veterans Memorial Hall in Orland, Calif., after looking

for their daughter whowas involved in the fiery crash between a FedEx semiand a tour bus carrying Southern California students to Humboldt University on Thursday in l-5 near Orland. According to the Record Searchlight, the family hoped their daughter was at the shelter but she was not.

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some Thursday in an explosive freeway collision that left 10 dead — students, chaper-

fore a loud boom.

ones and both drivers — and dozens hospitalized.

After he escaped, two more along with three adult chapexplosions followed. Clavijo erones and five teenage stuand other survivors watched dents, according to the Calihelplessly, knowing t h eir fornia Highway Patrol, which peers were trapped in the reached the scene shortly after inferno. the 5:30 p.m. accident about E xplosions o f ora n ge 100 miles north of Sacramenflames engulfed both vehicles, to. Rescuers said the bodies and clouds of black smoke were mostly at the front of the billowed into the sky until bus, or outside on the ground firefighters doused the fire, in front of it.

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ORLAND, Calif. — It was

a busload of opportunity: young, low-income, motivated students, destined to become

the first in their families to go to college, journeying from the concrete sprawl of Los Angeles to a remote redwood campus 650 miles north. Those dreams shattered for

Desperate families awaited

word about loved ones Friday, while investigators tried to figure out why a southbound FedEx big rig swerved across the grassy divide of California's key artery before sideswiping a car and slamming into the tour bus, which burst into a furious blaze. twin

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Friday morning when a sheriff's deputy asked for Marisa's dental records, a

grim request made to several families, 23-year-old brother Miguel Serrato said his family was"getting a little bit scared." His mother booked a flight north.

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chaperoning, also were killed.

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way to visit a college campus, Retiring diplOmat —William Burns, a career diplomat who led the Obamaadministration's back-channel negotiations with Iran, plans to step down asthe State Department's second-ranking official in October, administration officials said Friday. Burns, the deputy secretary of state, has been a trusted diplomat in both Republican and Democratic administrations. Hehas twice delayed his retirement, most recently at the request of President BarackObama. Obama joined Secretary of State JohnKerry andseveral of Kerry's predecessors in praising Burns' record. "Since I met Bill in Moscow in 2005, I have admired his skill and precision," Obamasaid in astatement.

and the pride of the adults who

were accompanying them," said U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in a statement. "Our young people are

our greatest treasure, and this loss is heartbreaking." Both drivers were ki lled,

CaSinO laWSuit —An Atlantic City casino is suing a big-time gambler, claiming hewon $9.6 million in a card-cheating scheme in baccarat. The Borgata Hotel Casino 8 Spafiled a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Phillip Ivey, considered one of the best poker players in the world. The lawsuit alleges Iveyand anassociate exploited a defect in cards made by aKansasCity manufacturer that enabled them to sort and arrange goodcards in baccarat. — From wire reports

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draped in blankets inside the burned-out bus.

The Serrato family, whose identical

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bled through a k icked-out window. One man, apparently an admissions counselor, was in flames and later died. Those who could sprinted, others staggered, in a desperate dash to the opposite side of Interstate 5 before the vehicle exploded. "We knew we were in major trouble," said Steven Clavijo, a high school senior from Santa Clarita, who was trying to nap when he felt the bus shake be-

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Odama On vOting —In an unsparing critique of Republicans, President Barack Obamaon Friday accused the GOPof using voting restrictions to keepvoters from the polls and of jeopardizing 50 years of expanded ballot box access for millions of black Americans and other minorities. "The stark, simple truth is this: The right to vote is threatened today in awaythat it has not been since the Voting Rights Act became lawnearly five decades ago," Obamasaid in a fiery speech at civil rights activist and television talk host Al Sharpton's National Action Network conference.

Myvett was a therapist at an autism treatment center.

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HISTORY Highlight:In 1954, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission opened a hearing on whether Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, scientific director of the Manhattan Project, should have his security clearance reinstated amid questions about his loyalty (it wasn't). In 1606, England's King James I decreed the design of the original Union Flag, which combined the flags of England and Scotland. In 1776,North Carolina's Fourth Provincial Congress authorized the colony's delegates to the Continental Congress to support independence from Britain. In1861, the American Civil War began as Confederate forces opened fire on Fort Sumter in South Carolina. In 1864,Confederate troops ledbyMaj.Gen.Nathan Bedford Forrest took Union-held Fort Pillow in Tennessee; almost half of the Union garrison was made up of black soldiers, many of whom were slain by the Confederates. In1912, Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, died in Glen Echo, Md., at age 90. In1934, "Tender Is the Night," by F. Scott Fitzgerald, was first published in book form after being serialized in Scribner's Magazine. In 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Warm Springs, Ga., at age 63; he was succeeded by Vice President Harry S. Truman. In1955, the Salk vaccine against polio was declared safe and effective. In 1961,Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man to fly in space, orbiting the earth once before making a safe landing. In 1963,civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested and jailed in Birmingham, Ala., charged with contempt of court and parading without a permit. (During his time behind bars, King wrote his "Letter from Birmingham Jail.") In1981, the space shuttle Columbia blasted off from Cape Canaveral on its first test flight. Former world heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis died in Las Vegas, Nev., at age 66. In1989, former boxing champion Sugar Ray Robinson died in Culver City, Calif., at age 67; radical activist Abbie Hoffman was found deadat his home in NewHope, Pa., at age 52. Ten years age:A federal judge allowed a nationwide ban on dietary supplements containing ephedra to take effect, turning aside a plea from two manufacturers. Five years agn:American cargo ship captain Richard Phillips was rescued from Somali pirates by U.S. Navy snipers who shot and killed three of the hostage-takers. One year agn:U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, visiting South Korea, delivered a stark warning to North Korea not to test-fire a mid-range missile while tamping down anxiety caused by a newU.S. intelligence report suggesting significant progress in the communist regime's nuclear weapons program.

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evolve at an accelerated rate. him to apply for and receive Inthose experiments, Fouch- an "export permit" before ier and his colleagues found publishing his studies. that the newly contagious viFo u chier, wh o o btained ruses had accumulated nine such a permit for the Cell or more mutations. In the new study, the au-

ical Review, which published King's long-delayed, peer-reviewed paper online Thursday, er women shouldbe allowed alsopublished arebuttalby Leo to be priests. Depuydt, a professor of EgypThe papyrus fragment tology at Brown University, has now been analyzed by who declares the fragment so professors of electrical engi- patently fake that it"seems ripe neering, chemistry and biol- for a Monty Python sketch." ogy at Columbia University, King presented the fragment Harvard University and the with fanfare at a conference in that inflamed the debate in some churches over wheth-

Massachusetts Institute of

unreliable.

f e r r ets. As a result of the cont r o v ersy, the U.S. National

come contagious in ferrets if

study, said he did not expect i t t o i g nite the same amount

100 percent, but history is

"Certainly, there are still some people that would pref e r that this type of research

The ne w

Rome in September 2012, but

An editorial in the Vatican's

was irrelevant and that he saw "no need to inspect it."

i n f o rmation

may not convince those scholars and bloggers who

man and altered its genes in

say the text is the work of

d e b ate with these people, but

the lab. Then they sprayed we have to realize that it is the altered version of the vii m p o ssible to reach a global rus into aferret's nose and consensus on everything-

a rather sloppy forger keen to infl uence contemporary debates.

placed the animal in a spe- o r anything." cially constructed cage with

prevented direct contact bet ween the animals, but al lowed them to share airflow. When the healthy ferret de-

inconsistencies.

cent is a common thing," King said.

took a strain of the virus that b e d i scontinued," Fouchier had previously infected a hu- said. "We will continue the

been exposed to the virus. The layout of the cages

ink showed any variations or

direction, it doesn't make it not a place where 100 per-

work.

a second ferret who had not

dents used inframd spectroscopy to determine whether the

The test results do not fake. New Testament scholars He said he decided based on prove that Jesus had a wife claimed the text referred to the the first newspaper photograph or disciples who were wom- "bride of Christ," which is the that the fragment was forged en, only that the fragment is church — a n i n t erpretation because it contained "gross more likely a snippet from King said was entirely possible. grammatical errors,"and each an ancient manuscript than It is very unusual to test the word in it matched writing in a fake, the scholars agree. ink and papyrus of a fragment the Gospel of Thomas, an earKaren King, the historian so small — this one is 4 by 8 ly Christian text discovered in at Harvard Divinity School centimeters — because it can Nag Hammadi, Egypt, in 1945. who gave the papyrus its damage the item, papyrolo- "It couldn't possibly be coinciname and fame, has said gists say. The authenticity and dence," he said. all along that it should not dates of other famous fragA forger could easily create be regarded as evidence ments were determined by carbon black ink by mixing that Jesus married, only paleographers examining the candle soot and oil, he said: "An undergraduate student that early Christians were handwriting. The "Jesus' Wife" papyrus with one semester of Coptic actively discussing celibacy, sex, marriage and was analyzed at Columbia can make a reed pen and start discipleship. University using micro-Raman drawing lines." "I took very seriously the spectroscopy to determine the But the scientists say that comments of such a wide chemical composition of the modern carbonblack ink looks range of people that it might ink. James Yardley, a professor very different under their inbe a forgery," King said in of electrical engineering, said struments. And King said that an interview this week. She in an interview that the carbon her '"big disappointment" is that said she is now very confi- black ink on this fragment was so far, the story of the fragment "perfectly consistent with an- has focused on forgery, not on dent it is genuine. "When you have all the other 35 or 40 manuscripts that history. evidence pointing in one

m inimum number of mutaTo do this, the researchers

als Scienceand Engineering, Timothy M. Swager, a chemistry professor, and two stu-

newspaper also dedared it a

thors set out to determine the of controversy as his past tions necessary for airborne infection.

we've looked at," that date from 400 B.C. to A.D. 700 or 800. At MIT's Center for Materi-

be my disciple," a dause

ed that their results were

t h ese

the journal Cell. "But it does mean that we should not ex-

used ferrets as the stand-in for humans, because their

words "she will be able to

searchers touched

hurdle that

study published Thursday in made transmissible among

As with many other influ-

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"The main thing was to see, did somebody doctor this up?" Technology, who reported was besieged by criticism be- Swager said in an interview. that it resembles other an- causethe content was contro- "And there is absolutely no evcient papyri from the fourth versial, the lettering was suspi- idence for that. It would have to the eighth centuries. ciously splotchy, the grammar been extremely difficult, if not Scientists at the University was poor, its provenance was impossible." of Arizona, who dated the uncertain, its owner insisted on H owever, Depuydt, t h e fragmenttocenturiesbefore anonymity and its ink had not Egyptologist at Brown Univerthe birth of Jesus, condud- been tested. sity, said testing the fragment

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Emergency

Outbreaks

understands going to the ER will be expensive, and is making payments on the separate

ContInued fromA1 Those who are aware of

the closely held company. It didn't do so during the pertussis outbreak because the

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$2,300 bill from St. Charles.

Now, U.S. agencies want

website was about to go live,

this can call ahead of time and make sure each person who

Most people would have just paid the $49 remaining

to expand their use of social media to spot potential

he said. "It was so early for us, we

will treat them accepts their

on the tab from Central Ore-

biological attacks and out-

didn't even know if it was ac-

insurance — although even if they don't, the alternatives

gon Emergency Physicians, but Cooper said he's fighting

in Central Oregon may be

the bill to draw attention to an

limited.

important issue. He believes

In the emergency room, though, that's generally not an option. Many patients, like Cooper, are learning that al-

St. Charles should require its

curate," he said. Dodge has met with U.S. H 7N9 avian fl u t h a t h a s agency officials and hopes killed dozens of people in to work w i t h t h e m a f ter China. Sickweather raises more "That's the Holy Grail," money for expansion. said Mark Dredze, an assisSocial media may help the tant researchprofessor at Centers for Disease Control Johns Hopkins University in and Prevention, part of the Baltimore and a Sickweath- U.S. Department of Health er adviser. "We'd love these and Human Services, better

emergency providers to accept in-network payments as payments in full for care.

"If they are a subcontracted

though St. Charles accepts their insurance, Central Or-

egon Emergency Physicians

Rob Kerr/The Bulletin

does not. It's a phenomenon that's

Sisters resident Michael Cooper has started a petItIon to get legislation to stop balance billing In emergency room cases, whIch means those doctors would not be able to bill patIents for what-

happening across the country, but is perhaps getting more at- ever their insurance companies don't pay. Cooper had tovisit the tention recently as some strug- emergency room following a hIp Injury from a fall In hIs home. He gle with narrow insurance net-

works and policies with higher deductibles. A new law in New York will

require that patients be given reasonablenotice before an out-of-network doctor t reats

them. The changes also prevent out-of-network providers from "balance billing" for emergency care, or charging patients for whatever their insurance didn't cover. Most states, including Or-

egon, have laws that restrict balance billing for Medicare beneficiaries, but such protections are less common for the privately insured. In Cooper's case, McCabe reviewed and signed offon LiaBraaten's work, a required

practice. His insurer, Assurant Health, agreed to pay McCabe's $563 bill at an in-network rate, as insurers will do for certain plans due to an Affordable Care Ac t

p r ovi-

sion that prevents them from charging patients more for outof-network emergency providers. The doctors, however, still expect Cooper to pay the rest of the bill. He's fighting the $49 charge on principle. "You're taking people who are at their most vulnerable

condition, who are coming to the emergencyroom — some of themmay noteven be conscious — and they're subjected to untold charges by a doctor who might not even look at them," he said. "What was I to do'? Say, 'Let me know every

Is fighting a bill from Central Oregon Emergency PhysIcIans that resulted from the treatment.

"You're taking people who are at their most vulnerable condition, who are coming to the emergency room — some of them may not even beconscious — and they're subjected to untold charges by a doctor who might not even look at them."

groups contracting with health panies consider TeamHealth plans the hospital contracted an out-of-network provider. with," he said. "In fact, it seems To be clear, patients will still pro-consumer." get two bills, but they can rest That said, Miles said he's assured that the providers will never seen a hospital force the acceptthesame insurance carphysicians to do so. He has, riers that St. Charles does, Jorhowever, seen hospitals pres- gensen said. sure physicians by arguing the The emergency providers importance of contracting with at St. Charles Madras already the same insurers. The reason are employees of the health hospitals don't force the issue system. is twofold: To maintain posiContracting with providers tive relations with their doctors to deliver care is a longstandand toensure the doctors don't ing hospital practice across simply go elsewhere to provide the country. St. Charles, for care. example, has contracted with Asked why they don't just Central Oregon Emergency accept all of the insurers St. Physicians, since 1974, SampCharles does so patients don't son said. All told, fewer than end up w it h o ut-of-network 20 percent — about 160 — of charges, Sampson said some the providers who see patients insurersreimburse far less for at St. Charles hospitals are emservices than others, and that ployees, Absalon said. would hurt his company's botThat said, St. Charles has tomline. over the past several years ex"What if insurance compa- panded the number of primary ny A has an agreement with care physicians it employs, Jorthe hospital, but they agree to gensen said. It's in line with a pay us 10 percent of what Blue recent national trend in this reCross does'? Would we agree spect toward hiring providers "In that case, we wouldn't be in

concert with the hospital."

Asked last week about the

out-of-network charges patients receive for their emergency care, St. Charles administra-

tors said their hands are tied. Maryclair Jorgensen, St. Charles' director of health plan administration and contract-

ing, said because the emergency providers work as independent contractors and not employees, St. Charles doesn't have the authority to tell them

which insurance plans to accept.

"It's kind of out of our pur-

rather than contracting with them, Schoen said,

In Pat Palmer's mind, that's

Robert Goetz.

the hospital does," she said.

"That should be the rules."

of the directors of Central Oregon Emergency Physicians, The goodnews said if St. Charles gave the St. C h a r les' em e r genword, his providers would fol- cy rooms in Redmond and lowit. Prineville operate under the "Indeed the hospital could same structure as in Bend, extell us that they wanted us to be ceptthe providers there work in network with everyone that for a Tennessee-based operathey are with, and obviously tion called TeamHealth, one of we would have to do that," he the largest physician staffing SBld. companies in the U.S., with Jeff Miles, a Washington, about 9,700 providers. D.C. attorney who has repreIn an effort to provide better sented hospitals and health coordinated care to patients, systems in antitrust cases for St. Charles in June will hire 13 more than 35 years, said with- emergency providers in Redout knowing all of the circum- mond and Prineville, said Jeff stances in St. Charles' case, Absalon, St. Charles' chief phyhe's not aware of any antitrust sician officer. Many patients' provision that would prevent a first contact with St. Charles is hospital from making its con- throughthe emergency room, tracted providers accept the and St. Charles employees can same insurance plans as the

hospital. "The antitrust laws are a set

c ommunities, said M a t thew Biggerstaff, a CDC The online disease track- epidemiologist. ers have had mixed results, It held a contest this year

After getting the run-around

Like Cooper, Goetz was confused. He d i dn't r emember

meeting anyone from Central Oregon Emergency Physicians, and no one told him he was going to see a provider who wasn't covered under

with academics criticizing a tool by Mountain View, Ca-

in which 11 teams comprised of academics, and industry

lif.-based Google, the world's biggest Internet search engine, for overestimating the number of U.S. influenza

and health officials compet-

there had plenty of time to warn him, but they didn't.

"There is somebody that checks you in, they're not just taking your blood pressure, they'retaking your insurance

winner will be announced

The system, dubbed Google Flu Trends, relied on

called St. Charles for an ex-

search terms. It was never

planation. A representative ex-

intended to be used on its

plained that when he entered

own, said Matt Mohebbi, a

by June 20. "These digital surveillance tools can help you start picking up signals a little bit earlier," Biggerstaff said. "They give you access

former company engineer who helped create the tool. Kelly Mason, a Google

be provided by physicians who arenot employed by St. Charles.

spokeswoman, said the com-

St. Charles' Conditions of

to help estimate influenza

Registration form — which all page document that contains five bullet points. Lumped in

avoid costly ER bills, Absalon

ditioned the contract on the

tients whose insurance com-

ports of doctor visits, hos-

Companies such as Sick-

with sections on the risks of

medical care and requirements to pay insurance deductibles,

Those reports may take a

past the noise on the Inter-

the flu season was off to an

net. They rely on computer early start. Sickweather's algorithms to scan social Twitter post arrived about media and news articles for six weeks earlier: "Oh, hello references to disease like ¹Flu, you're a little early this "whooping cough." They try year."

patients must agree to care

"whether it is provided by St. Charles and its employees or by independent physicians and healthcare providers." Health care is the only inw h i c h c ustomers

sign agreements to pay without knowing what the price is, Schoen said.

"You would never buy a car where they said, 'Here is the

to screen out unrelated posts

In a separate effort, the

that might use "sick" (when they mean cool or insane) or "Bieber fever" (obsessed with pop star Justin Bieber).

health department sought guidance from businesses in

The work also i nvolves humans, in case the filters

H7N9 and the Middle East

February on how it could tap

social media to keep tabs on Respiratory Syndrome. The MERS virus has killed at

don't catch everything and the algorithms exaggerate

tentative price of the car but

we're not prepared to tell you

least 86.

It's looking for near re-

illness reports.

"The big advantage of social media is you can get a lot more data, and you can get it more quickly and more economically," said Henry Niman, a biomedical researcher and president of

what the tires cost, the steering wheel or the seats, but after you

receive it, you might receive a

al-time analysis of Twitter posts that might show devel-

opments in the two diseases. Such tools might have other applications, including alerting government officials when hospitals or nursing Pittsburgh-based Recombi- homes are evacuating panomics, which analyzes vi- tients in a disaster, accordral evolution and the spread ing to a federal website.

bill for all of those," she said. "We wouldn't tolerate it."

At this point, legislative action may be the best way to

"If there's a reason for it,

of disease. "It is a matter of

fine-tuning that data so you we can direct resources to a come up with results that community in need," Kelly are more reliable."

Bennett, a public health ana-

In McHenry County, the initial cases of whooping cough, or pertussis, were among the cheerleadersat Cary-Grove High School, according to local health officials. By April 2012, 336 cas-

lyst for a health department office, said in an interview.

es had been reported in the

"acts of malice," S.Y. Lee, an

U.S. officials want more than online chatter on the

flu. A Homeland Security office monitors social media

to detect naturally occurring health emergencies — and

county, according to local

agency spokesman, said in an email. It is also seeking algorithms to analyze social its telltale "whoop" sound m edia for reports ofdisease as infectedpeople gasp for or biological attacks. The disease trackers also breath, can be fatal, especially in infants. follow local news online.

public health data. The bact erial disease, known f o r

S ickweather n o w pr o vides notices when it detects

"Infectious disease may have taken weeks or months

doesn't pay soon. He thinks that's extreme, and doesn't

signs of illness through its

to be known," to public

website and free real-time

health officials, Brownstein

reflect well on St. Charles, the place he received his care.

alerts, said Graham Dodge, said. " Now it can t ake a chief executive officer of week or two."

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weather and Boston-based while to trickle in. On Dec. 3, Epidemico are trying to get 2012, the agency announced

and nowhere, no way do they more easily refer them to the advise you that someone that health system's primary care you may or may not see is not providers and coordinate care part of their network," he said.

higher consumer prices, for sard. example — if the hospital conThis is good news for pa-

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pany is open to feedback on CDC officials typically how it can refine Flu Trends track flu by monitoring re-

of laws that promote and pro- from there, he said. Ultimate- "It's a bait and switch almost." tect competition, and I don't ly, the hope is they'll get the LifeWise sent Goetz a $386 understand how it would re- preventive care they need and check directly to pay its outstrict competition — result in

using social media to predict the flu season, he said. The

cases in recent years.

LifeWise, his health insurance

carrier. Not only does Goetz say he doesn't recall signing any forms, he sat in the waiting room for 15 minutes. Staff

ed to develop the best way of

from Central Oregon Emergency Physicians, Cooper

Two months later, the bill came from Central Oregon

Emergency Physicians: $1,493.

spot outbreaks in smaller

brand new disease and it's going to be a big thing."

protect patients against unexFor hospitals, having provid- pected bills, Schoen said. To The ACA protections don't ers as employees allows them that end, Cooper has launched apply to plans created or pur- to oversee patients' care both a MoveOn.org petition urging chased before March 2010, inside and outside of the hospi- legislators to sponsor legislaand they only apply to plans tal.This can help reduce read- tion to outlaw balance billing. that cover emergency services. missions, a metric that impacts In the end, Schoen said, it's They also leave room for inter- federal government reimburse- an issue that will affect everypretation as to whether the visit ment for services,Schoen said. one by driving up the overall was actuallyan emergency, It also gives hospitals more cost of health care. "It's in none of our interest to which could dissolve the pro- clout when it comes to bargaintections for some, said Cathy ing with insurance carriers if see a return to double-digit preSchoen,senior vice president they have the doctors on their mium increases," she said. "We'vebeen sacrificing wagfor Policy, Research, and Eval- team, she said. uation of The Commonwealth For providers, becoming es to pay for health benefits for Fund, a nonpartisan group that hospital employees allows years. People haven't seentheir researches health issues. them to gain efficiencies in income go up. The sky can't be Sampson said his company their practices by linking to the the limit on what prices you're accepts most of its patients' hospital's larger billing and IT being charged." m ajorinsurance carriers.Al- systems, Schoen said. A few weeks ago, Goetz got though he declined to provide his second reminder bill from a complete list, he said they An ethical issue Central Oregon Emergency do not accept LifeWise, ProviCooper's $49 bill from Cen- Physicians, which contained dence Health Plan, HealthNet, tral Oregon Emergency Phy- a warning that it could be sent Aetna, Cigna and others. sicians is dwarfed by that of to a collection agency if he

unacceptable. Palmer, the Goetz, a 55-year-old Bend view, really, of saying 'You CEO and founder of Medical resident who owns Alpine have to accept this health Billing Advocates of America, Accounting, threw his jacket plan,'" she said. "The health said when a hospital draws over his head before heading plan has to be negotiated, and up a contract with a provider, out to a C h ristmas concert we wouldn't negotiate an inde- they can put whatever con- in December and heard that pendent contract" ditions they want in it . She dreaded "pop" noise. It was his Doing so could potentially thinks they should always re- second dislocated shoulder in even get St. Charles into legal quire contracted workers to three days. Lucky for him, the trouble, Jorgensen said. accept the same insurers the first one happened when Bend "I cannot go and talk rates hospital does. Memorial Clinic's Urgent Care "They should not be signing unit was still open. This time with them and represent them or be on the Blue Cross side, if they don't contract with the though, he and his wife rushed for instance," she said. "That's same insurance carriers that to St. Charles Bend. antitrust." But Dr. Mark Sampson, one

systems to tell us there's a

he understoodthat care could

device to see if they're in my

Protecting bottomlines

they want and it's unregulated and you're stuck with the bill," he said. Many insurance companies do reimburse out-of-network emergency providers as in-network providers, but that doesn't account for any charges beyond what the insurance company pays, which could be crushing, Palmer said.

of Registration form that said

contracted and use my mobile

The $879 bill f rom St. Charles came separately, and Cooper said he paid it with a check right away. He said he doesn't usually quibble over ERbills.

doctor and not on staff at St. Charles, they can bill whatever

— Michael Cooper, who Is fightIng hIs second ER bill the ER, he signed a Conditions

single doctor who's working in the ER right now who's sub- to that? Probably not," he said. network?'"

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rum e into t e i ita a e

Continued from A1 W ith phase one of i t s

messy im p lementation nearly complete, the health law's supporters and opponents both seem confident that the Affordable Care Act's fortunes ultimately will turn in their favor. In-

surers, health care provid-

By Lisa Reine The Washington Post

ers and consumers aren't

WASHINGTON — Way back in the Franklin Roosevelt administration, even before there were ballpoint pens, the federal government embraced a radical new technology — a device that reproduced the signatures of time-starved seniorleaders and presidents.

so sure. The coming m onths will provide greater clarity as technical and legal challenges facing the ACA

President Barack Obama and his nominee to become Health

are resolved. I mportant

and Human Services secretary, Budget Director Sylvia Mathews

questions about 2015 premium rates and the age

Burwell, right, listen as outgoing HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaks Friday in the Rose Garden of the White House.

Susan Walsh/The Asscciated Press

and health status of t he

newly insured also will be The autopen would became

ed Sterling, Va.-based Automat-

answered.

a perk of power, proof that the

ed Signature Machines, took

signer's name could greenlight projects, disburse federalmoney, even launch a Navy ship or two. It was the killer app of

the first autopen order from the secretary of the Navy. They ha-

The outcomes will go a long way in determining

ven'tchanged much sincethen.

They're still noisy and clunky, although today's signatures are stored in smart cards, not giant plastic matrixes with channels

1937. But what once was evidence

of government's willingness to leap into the future has beold ways of doing business, especially when symbols of command and authority are at

stake. No one likes to talk about it, butthedevice longago dubbed the 'Robot Pen' is still rumbling in executive offices in Washington and other outposts of

federalpower. Generals and

autopen machine in the 1930s.

Embracing the digital age

keep a veil over the facsimi-

of Americans to the real-

les they're passing off as real. Multiple agencies declined to

ity of the law, as opposed to the rhetoric and debate

speak on the record for this

e manating f ro m

ufacturers, "the pens become

exist," said Robert DeShazo III,

who now helps run his family's company. Exercising discre-

"Once they find their way tion, the DeShazos would not Obama — he of the presidential BlackBerry and massive into a federal office," said Bob disdose their federal dients. Twitter following — has signed Olding, president of Rockville, The autopens are carefully Md.-based DAMILIC, one of three laws with his. guarded under lock and keythe country's two autopen man- pad. "My role is to protect the Daniel Tangherlini, who as very convenient." They're also helpful at cehead of theGeneral Services Administration has sought to

menting status. "Some of the most important and influen-

modernize the government, couldn't bring himself to part tial people in government use with all three of the autopens these machines," Olding said. packup and move onto his predecessorlef t behind. "They'll He dumped two but keeps one another department and say, aroundforwhat he calls cere- 'Where's my autopen'?' " monial emergencies,even ashe There's a cost to operating labels its staying power "an al- the machines. They must roulegory for unreformed business tinely be serviced. Autopenned practlces. documents have to be scanned "When you h ave c r itical into email, faxed or sent by inbusiness processes that rely on ter-office mail or post. "It does stand out as a funny technology that was modern in 1937, you have to ask yourself leftover in the large scheme of — areyou reallyem bracing the things," said Elaine Kamarck, digital age?" who helped run Vice President There are thousands of au- Al Gore's "Reinventing Govtopens, the size of large print- ernment" initiative in the 1990s ers, tucked away inback offices and is now at the Brookings across the government, from

the Social Security Administration to the Air Force and in

Institution. At the Navy's Welfare and Recreation Department in Mil-

party will benefit most as a result.

Autopens users are secretive, apparently wanting to

article or have their autopens photographed. "I've seen pens in a governDDA Marketing via The Washington Post Robert De Shazo developed the ment office where the office first commercially successful next door doesn't know they

admirals use them. Cabinet secretaries can't quite forsake them. Even President Barack

working according to design — and which political Right now, it's anybody's guess. "The open enrollment period introduced millions

cut into an engraved plate.

come a sign of its addiction to

whether Obamacare is

pen," said Martina Varnado, director of the Office of Execu-

tive Secretariat in the Food and Drug Administration. For Take Your Children to

Work day last year, the FDA's autopen was escorted by an

armed security guard as it was wheeled to the auditorium for a demonstration.

The biggest government inventory of autopens is in the military, federal contract data show. At Luke Air Force Base in Arizona, Brig Gen. Michael Rothstein prefers to personally

sign certificates for commendations. But sometimes he's too busy overseeing the service's largest fighter wing. The autopenstepsin. "We could go all digital with these meritorious service medals and just put them into the (airmen's) records," said Lt. Col. Matthew Warner, Rothstein's

most Cabinet agencies. They lington, Tenn., the pen signs chief of staff. But they want to look a bit like large printers some checks to vendors who make sure that "20 years later with a mechanical arm that sell fitness equipment for sail- the person has that certificate accordions out, grasping an ors atsea, and some employees theycanshowtheir grandkids." upright pen above a flat writing stationed abroad. The checks For a time when he was desurface. With a rumble, a motor are sent by mail, not electronic fensesecretary,Donald Rumspowers the arm, in turn manip- deposit. feld used his autopen to sign ulating the pen in the pattern of condolence letters to families of A physicalsignature the programmed signature. deceasedservice members, but At times, the pen answers The National Transporta- he abandoned the practice after the call of protocol, standing in tion Safety Board uses the pen lawmakers criticized him. for busy military commanders. to sign subpoenas in accident Even as it flourishes inside In a pinch, it signs for civilian investigations if the chairman government, the pen has alleaders who are out of town. can't. They would put digital ready entered the realm of hisBut far more often, it completes signatures on correspondence torical artifact. It's the last in an routine paperwork that could if they could, officials say. But exhibit of signatures dating to be done digitally: performance few offices, indudingthe Office 1783 that opened last month at reviews offederal employees, of Management and Budget, the National Archives. checks to vendors for small accept them. The autopen makers admit "I find there are some folks to some surprise that they're jobs, meeting invitations from regulators to the businesses who are just very resistant to still in business. "My dad said 50 years ago, they oversee. change to get something that Its endurance mayreflect the is not physically signed," said 'Signature machines will go tendency in government to rely Paula Sind-Prunier, the board's away,'" recalled Lindsay Deon important people to make chief of safety recommenda- Shazo, vice president of his things happen — on paper. It tions and quality assurance. family's business. "But it's just can be habit-forming. Robert DeShazo, who found- gone the other way."

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France

seem to notice the German

safeguards"thatw ould ensure

precedents, and reveled at an-

"balance" in the lives of em-

Continued fromA1

other opportunity to confirm

ployees, many of whom work scornful stereotypes about with foreign companies in farthe French. Several websites, flung time zones, Lebon said. "For us, it was extremely M arie Buard, a project leader 1i/vitter feeds and other news at the Federation of Communi- outlets in Britain lost no time important to say that the emcation, Consulting and Culture, in misapprehendingthe agree- ployers in this sector are very a branch of the French Demo- ment Thursday, asserting that attentive to the health of our cratic Confederation of Labor. Francehad banned email after employees," she said. Still, Buard said, "We also 6 p.m. or that 1 million 35-hourFrench labor law is highly wouldn't like this to squeeze a-week workers would be cov- protective of workers' rights, businesses and cause them eredbythe accord. but businesses and even some "The image of the'frogs'who officials in the French governproblems." Under the agreement, she don't get anything done, who ment say it is a significant imsaid, each company would just take vacations — that's pediment to economic growth. develop its own policy and en- not what this is about at all," With the economy stagnant forcement mechanisms. One said Max Balensi, an official and unemployment at over 10 might choose to block com- with the Syntec federation, one p ercent, President Fran~ i s munications from 11 p.m. to 10 of the employers' groups that Hollande has pledged billions a.m. by shutting down its email signed the accord. Balensi, who of euros in tax cuts for busiservers, for example, while an- said he had previously worked nesses, part of a broader effort other might simply ask employ- for Accenture and BP — nei- to make French companies ees not to check email between ther of which are French com- more competitive. 9 p.m. and 8 a.m. panies — called such reports Balensi, at Syntec, said, "If Similar limits have been test- "disinformation." you don't have employees who ed elsewhere. In 2011, VolksIn fact, the agreement will are in good health, your comwagen started shutting off its affect perhaps 250,000 consul- petitiveness is going to fall." BlackBerry servers at the end tants and technology workers Like competitiveness, innoof the work day, stopping some whose contracts stipulate only vation has also become a politemployees in Germany from an annual number of work- ical watchword. "For once, we've been innosending or receiving emails. days, but not daily working The German Labor Ministry hours, said Frederique Lebon, vative!" said Buard, the union lastyearordered itsown super- a spokeswoman for CINOV, representative, laughing. She visors not to contact employees another employers' federation acknowledged, however, that outside office hours. that signed the deal. The agree- limits on email were most likely But the British press did not ment is meant to "establish not what Hollande had in mind.

PROFILE:ABDELLAH TAIA

"We really want there to be 11 consecutive hours," said

Natural gasblast illustrates risks of China's thirst for fracking

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Lauren Fleishman / New York Times News Service

Author Abdellah Taia, at his home in Paris, came out to the Moroccan public in his books and in the media, an act that made him one of the few to publicly declare his sexual orientation in Morocco, where homosexuality is a crime. He also gave the Arab world its first on-screen gay protagonist with his film "Salvation Army," an adaptation of his book of the same title.

oroccan usim, a an ma in noa oo ies By Aida Alami New York Times News Service

PARIS — He was born

inside the public library of Rabat in Morocco where

his dad worked as a janitor and where his family lived until he was 2. For most of

By Keith Bradsher

his childhood, he hid his

New Yorh Times News Service

sexuality as best he could,

— Residents of this isolated

but his effeminate demeanor brought mockery and

mountain valley of terraced

abuse, even as it would later

cornfields were just going to sleep last April when they were jolted by an enormous roar, followed by a tower of flames. A shock wave rolled

become a source of artistic inspiration. About eight years ago, the author Abdellah Ta'ia,

across the

roccan public in his books and in the news media, appearing on the cover of a magazine under the headline "Homosexual Against All Odds."

JIAOSHIZHEN,

Chi na

now 40,came out to the Mo-

v a l ley, r a ttling

windows in farmhouses and village shops, and a mysterious, pungent gas swiftly pervaded homes. "It was so scary — everyone who had a car fled the vil-

lage and the rest of us without cars just stayed and waited to die," said Zhang Mengsu, a hardware store owner. All too quickly, residents

It was an act that made

Workers operate a large shale gas drilling operation near Fuling,

him one of the few to publicly declare his sexual ori-

China. Much like the United States and Europe, China has pinned

entation in Morocco, where

its hopes on shale gas to lessen its dependence onenergy imports, and Sinopec claims recent finds are commercially viable, r ealized the source of t h e but geological obstacles, a hazardous environment for workers midnight fireball: a shale gas and Chinese firms' culture of secrecy all pose serious problems. drilling rig in their tiny rural

homosexuality is a crime.

Jonah M. Kessel / New York Times News Service

hamlet.

This verdant valley represents the latest frontier in the worldwide hunt for shale

gas retrievable by the technology of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. It is a drilling boom that has upended the energy industry and spurred billions of dollars of investment. Like the United States and Europe, China wants to wean

eight workers died when the million employees and is the rig exploded that night. Sino- world's fourth-largest compec officials and village lead- pany by revenue after Royal ers then o rdered residents

D u t c h Shell, Wal-Mart and

not to discuss the event, ac- Exxon Mobil; the fifth-largest cording to the villagers. Now, is China National Petroleum. villagers complain of fouled W ith their deep pockets, the streams and polluted fields. co m panies have been invest"There was a huge ball of i n g heavily in North Amerifire," said Liu Jiazhen, a mus- can shale businesses; Sinopec tard greens farmer with three paid $2.2 billion in 2012 for a

itself from its dependence children who lives a five-min- 3 0 percent stake in Devon Enon energy imports — and in ute walk from the site. "The ergy's shale gas and oil operaJiaoshizhen, Chinese ener- managers here all raced for t i onsintheUnited States. gy giant Sinopec says it has their lives up the hilL" In China, workplace safemade the country's first comLiu said that the flames t y i s a significant concern. mercially viable shale gas dis- rose higher than the pines T housands die each year in covery. Its efforts could also on a nearby ridge, coal mines, accordhelp address another urgent covering the steel ing to government tf thej/ thffI ~ statistics that have issue, as Beijing looks to curb frame of the r ig, an overwhelming reliance which i s n e a rly $ Qg$ gQey'ye pro m pted a nationon coal that has blackened 100 feet high. The ~<t<~ ~> << al crackdown over ~ ~ . skies and made China the flames burned for ~ the last decade. DU~~fI d drill largest contributor to global hours, she said. R esidents h e r e warming. Sinopecdescribes $,00 0 gr ellS, als o w o rry about But the path to energy inde- the incident as a diesel runoff from fIp pfIe pendenceand a cleaner fossil c ontrolled f l aring ><y . , the drilling sites, fuel is fraught with potential of gas and denies ~S go~flg tainting s t reams pitfalls. Threats to workplace that anybody died. ( p Q ppgle and at le a st one safety, public health and the While the compa- fygCgjg~ shallow welL The ~r drilling "makes so environment all loom large ny would not speak in the shale gas debate — and in detail about its th e g l ' e fDDIS. muc h noiseandthe the question is whether those shale projects, Sinowater that comes tI1e ggyS short-term risks threaten to pec said it ran its op- f down th e m o unundermine China's long-term erations safely and ~, t ai n h a s b ecome so muc h d i r t ier goal. without harm to the Bf1 d be gUlet The e n ergy in d ustry environment. t o drink; no w i t gfegpfIe" around the world has faced Li C h unguang, smells of diesel," criticism about the economic t he p r e sident o f — Chris Faulkner, s aid T i a n Sh i a o viability of vast shale proj- Sinopec, said in an CEOof BreitlingYung, a farmer. Energy S i n o pec s ai d ects and the environmental i nterview i n l at e impact of the fracking pro- March that nothing that it had temporarily pro v ided c ess. But i n t erviews w i t h had gone wrong in residents of six hamlets here Jiaoshizhen. "There is no ba- drinking water to residents where drilling is being done, sis for this," he said. after drilling foam surfaced as well as with executives and Chris Faulkner, the chief i n a nearby cave last spring, experts in Beijing, the United executive and president of a n d i t changed its drilling States and Europe, suggest Breitling Energy, a Dallas p r actice. The company said that China's search p oses company that has advised t hat subsequent tests had even greater challenges. Sinopec on its drilling i n s h own the local water to be In China, companies must western China for four years, "drinkable." drill two t o t h ree times as said that the energy giants' Des p ite he r c omplaints, deep as in the United States, reluctance to have open dis- T i a n , l ik e every other resimaking the p r ocess sig- cussions about health, safe- dent interviewed, welcomed nificantly more expensive, ty and environmental issues the drilling for one reason: noisier and potentially more might prompt communities to money. S inopec rents land f r om dangerous. Chinese energy fear the worst. "If they think that they're f armers for 9,000 renminbi, giants also operate in strict secrecy; they rarely engage going to go out and drill 1,000 or $1,475, per acre each year. with local communities, and wells, and no one is going Farmersearnthatmuchmonaccidents claim a high death to Google 'fracking,' they're ey from growing crops only toll. fools," he said, adding that i n t h e best years, and then afThe still-disputed incident even in China, "the days of t er hundredsofhoursoflabor. "Farmers don't mind; now in Jiaoshizhen has raised 'shut up and be quiet' are they can buy their rice instead serious concerns among its gone." residents. The Chinese energy giants of having to grow it," Tian Villagers said that employ- have plenty of money to fund said, adding: "I'm still drink,

ees at the time told them that

their efforts. Sinopec has 1

in g t h e w ater."

The hardest part, he recalls,

was facing his family. They probably always knew, he said, they just never talked about it. Still, it took years

13 and with his family, drunk- my brainhas been structured from images of films I thought name andasked him to come and rethought, in a manner at down to entertain them, a once na'ive and serious. I will traumatic scene he recalled continue to write books inin a New York Times Op-Ed spired by images — and by my article, "A Boy to Be Sacri- neuroses,ofcourse." ficed." After that he decided to Today, he has patched up change his persona, to elimi- relations with m ost f a mily nate his effeminate manner- members, though there are isms to stop men asking him still awkward moments. His for sexual favors. olderbrother,always cold and He worked hard to learn distant, remains estranged, French so he could move to Eu- a point of particular pain for rope to escape the oppression, Ta'ia. The brother was wormoving to Switzerland in 1998 shiped by the entire family and then to France the follow- not only for his charisma but ingyear. because he saved them from "I can't live in M o rocco," poverty when he took several Ta'ia said in an interview in a government jobs before marParisian brasserie. "The entire rying at the age of 35. neighborhood wanted to rape His mother died shortly afme. A lot of people in Moroc- terTaia came out,and he now co are abused by a cousin or has a cordial relationship with a neighbor but society doesn't his sisters. He has over 40 niecprotect them. There, rape is es and nephews who symbolinsignificant. There is nothing ize anew more open-minded you can do. generation of Moroccansthey often post messages of A spiritual connection encouragement on his official The author says he consid- Facebook page. ers himself Muslim because Still, Ta'ia finds it very diffihe is very spiritual, and he be- cult to go home. en men outside called out his

lieves that freedom has existed

"I can't talk to them," he

toovercome the rifts. in Islam through those such as "They cried an d the Arab philosopher Averroes screamed," said Ta'ia, who and the Iranian poet Rumi, now lives in Paris. "I cried and in works such as "1001 when they called me. But I Nights." won't apologize. Never." "I don't want to dissociate myself from Islam," he said. "It Agaycharacter on screen is part of my identity. It is not In Fe b r u ary , Tai a because I am gay that I will rescreened his film "Salva- ject it. We need to recover this tion Army," at the National freedom that has existed in Film Festival in Tangier, an Islam." adaptation of his book of His books have stirred the same title, and a prom- some negativereviews and ising directorial debut that reaction. His writing, in pargave the Arab world its ticular, has been criticized first on-screen gay protag- as undisciplined, as if it were

said. "I am just a human being. They were ashamed of me. I

onist. The film, which has

wounds.

dictated. Others say that it is

already been shown at fes- the rawness of the writing that tivals in Toronto and Venice and won the Grand Prix at the Angers Film Festival in France, was shown at the New Directors Festival in New York last month.

" Salvation Army"

makes his work authentic and

touching. Ta'ia says he always wanted to become a filmmaker. He

became a writer by accident after writing all his thoughts i s and experiences down in a

based on the author's life

journal to learn French. While

growing up in Morocco, his sexual awakening, his

he draws on his experiences growing up, he says he has

fascination with a brother

never looked to art to exorcise

20 years older, his encoun- the pain and abuse he experiters with older men in dark enced as a child and teenager. "Books, like the film, do not alleys and his complex relationship with his mother solve anything," he said. "My and six sisters who mocked

neuroses are,at some level,

him for being too girly or

what we might call my creativ-

too attached to them. Shooting the film in two countries, he made clear

ity. But what I produce artisti-

which thetwo men bonded

souls."

cally does not help me in any way in my real life. Nothing is artistic choices: no voice- resolved. Everything is comovers, no music, no explicit plex, complicated. I sincerely love scenes. The film details believe that there is only love a trip with his brother on to heal and soothe troubled He says he has no preference between writing and filmmaking. "To me, both have land in his 20s, he connects the same source: the wonderagain with his mother. ful Egyptian films that I disBut the film also shows covered with my family on the anger and frustration Moroccan television during of the young Abdellah, as my childhood. Everything he fends offthe advanc- comesfrom images.Foryears, es of older men in a society that publicly rejects and also, a few years later, an affair with a Swiss man. After he moves to Switzer-

homosexuals.

"A lot of men in Morocco

have sexual relations with men, but I looked feminine

always felt they were. I don't

want them to be proud of me. And anyway, they're not." Taia is working on his next

book: a tale about old Moroccan prostitutes who at the end of their careers touring the

world have landed in Paris. He lives in a small studio apartment near the central Place de

la Republique, and worked as a baby si tter for over 10 years to finance his work. He still

hasn't found love but is convinced it is what will heal his "They cry a lot, but then, they seek revenge," he said about his past lovers. "They're

right. It's love. There are no rules."

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Pro-Russia Ukrainians

UPDATE:SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

ForAe o,airrai s ecomemun ane

are promised power but remain dubious

By Raja Abdulrahim ~ <t

Los Angeles Times

ALEPPO, Syria

By Andrew HIggIns and Andrew E. Kramer New Yorh Times News Service

DONETSK, Ukraine

territorial integrity," said Da-

Ukraine's actingprime minis- vid Cohen, the Treasury Deter Friday abandoned threats partment's undersecretary to forcibly evict pro-Russian for terrorism and financial demonstrators from govern- intelligence. The orders freeze ment buildings and assured any of the individuals' assets political and business lead- held in the United States and ers in the country's rebel- prohibit them from conductlious east that they would get ing business there or with more power to run their own U.S. citizens or entities. affairs. Undeterred by that acBut the pledge by Arseniy tion, the Crimean legislature Yatsenyuk, the head of a new r ushed to approve a n ew central government in Kiev constitution Friday, binding installed after the Feb. 21 the region even more closely flight of President Viktor Ya- to Russia in the wake of its nukovych, drew a dismissive annexation by Moscow last a deadline set by the governpied regional administration building here passed with no sign of an end to a volatile

barrelbomb offensive began in late December, the city and suburbs have traded off bear-

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look up.

copter had dropped two barrel bombs — oil drums filled

tegral part" of the Russian Federation. "Step by step we have led Crimeans to realize their dream of returning home to Russia," Speaker Vladimir Konstantinov told the assembly, according to local news

ment to relinquish the occu-

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family members stood shivering on a balcony in Aleppo's Anadan suburb as midnight approached, their sleep interrupted by the nightly duty of a government helicopter pilot somewhere above them. They followed the sound of the helicopter's whirring blades as well as scratchy updates coming over a walk-

pose costs on those involved

in ongoing violations of Ukraine's sovereignty and

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Not until the rumble had

with TNT that can level build-

faded, leaving only a billowy white trail across the sky, did

ings — on nearby towns. They knew that the helicop-

the people return their attention to the mundane partic-

ters can carry up to four of the bombs. They waited for the last two. Below them, lights came on in basement bunkers as oth-

ulars of life. The plane was now the concern of another

Aleppo neighborhood. As he drove away from the

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A man sells kebabs at a street stand In front of a partially collapsed market, Saleh Laila said, "If ers sought a small measure building In Alappo, Syria. For many who are living in the city, the it had been a helicopter, they of protection. Khansa Laila ongoIng violence haa become a fact of life. would watch it till it dropped

standoff, which began Sunday when protesters seized the building and dedared the establishment of a People's Republic of Donetsk. reports. Of the 100-member In a t elevised statement assembly, 87 members presbroadcast to a small and ent voted for the measure, the mostly elderly crowd outside reports said, with no opposithe occupied building, Ekater- tion. The vote brought strong ina Gubareva, the newly ap- protestsfrom Crimea'sTatar pointed "foreign minister" of minority, who said the new the universally unrecognized constitution all but ignored Donetsk republic, denounced the promises they had been Yatsenyuk's government as given about preserving mia "junta" and repeated de- nority rights. mands for a referendum to let Despite th e U k r a i nian local residents decide wheth- leaders' pledge to resolve er they want to secede and the Donetsk standoff peacejoin Russia. fully, Oleg Tsarov, a Rusc a n didate In Washington, the Obama sian-speaking administration blacklisted six for the Ukrainian presidenseparatist leaders in Crimea, cy, and one of a handful of a former Ukrainian official mainstream politicians who and a gas company based support the unruly Donetsk in Crimea for their roles in protesters, said he had insplitting off Crimea from formation of a n i m m inent Ukraine. They indude Pyotr "frontal assault" by governZima, who headed the state ment forces on the occupied security bureau in Crimea, building. He declined to and Sergei Tsekov, former specify how he knew this, vice speaker of Ukraine's Par- but said Yatsenyuk's disliament, who helped facilitate avowal of a forceful solution the referendum that led to the during his visit to Donetsk "only strengthened" his view annexation. "We will continue to im- that an attack was likely.

walked out onto the balcony

the barrel, then pandemoni-

cloaked in several layers but still shaking in the nighttime conflict, the cacophony of chill.

w ar has b ecome a

f a m i l - what they were doing," said

"I woke up from the sound iar companion to daily life of the alarm, so I'm still cold," here in the country's largest s he said referring to t h e city, the sad soundtrack to warning system the town's its gradual demolition and a residents installed. "Also, fear shrinking civilian population makes you cold." struggling to survive. Against a starry sky, a F or m o r e th a n th r e e series of red streaks from a months, Aleppo's opposi14.5 mm machine gun shot tion-held neighborhoods and upward. But the streaks rose surrounding suburbs have and fell without striking their been terrorized nearly daily target, their reach far less by the barrel bombs. Activthan the height of the aircraft. ists estimate that more than E ventually th e s ound o f 2,000people have been killed the helicopter grew faint and in these attacks. was replaced by that of a Those still in the city have warplane. adjusted to enduring the "We don't take the war- brunt o f P r esident Bashar planes seriously anymore," Assad's military might with Laila said. "They launch rock- a resilience that borders on ets that are precise, but he- stubborn fatalism. licoptersdrop barrel bombs In a shoe store, a woman that can destroy dozens of tries on a pair of wedge heels homes with one barrel." and deems them not comfortThe family went to sleep able enough "to flee" in. A that night to the sound of ma- I-year-old with curly hair and chine-gun fire and the occa- big brown eyes speaks mostsional rocket. ly in mumbles, but one word she knows clearly: tabit — it fell.

Months of daily bombs

"A barrel falls and 10 min-

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u tes later people return t o

Muhammad, a young man working at a makeshift gas station: 12 oil drums resting on their sides serving six varieties of gasoline. H ours earlier, a ba r rel bomb had struck the

um would break out and cars would start driving into each other and people would run, trying to get away."

Population fleeing A couple of charred and stripped vehicles mark the entrance of rebel-held Alep-

po, a fitting welcome to a city that in some parts is a barren three vehicles and killing urban landscape. eight people. With the blood The helicopter a ttacks fresh on the pavement, mo- day and night, coupled with torists stopped and peered at poundings by warplanes and the carnage. artillery as well as regular The next d a y p e ople clashes between government walked by without a glance; and rebel forces, have transthe destroyed vehicles had formed the once-vibrant combecome one more addition mercial hub into one with ento th e c i ty's apocalyptic tireneighborhoods deserted. backdrop. More than t w o-thirds of "Every day we see the the city's population is esnames of the dead scrolling timated to have fled north across the TV screen; they've either to Turkey or, for those just become numbers," one not allowed passage into the man said. " When I w a s a country, along its border in kid and someone died w e ramshackle refugee tents. Sakhour roundabout, hitting

mourned for 40 days, the TV

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could not be turned on. Now

seen a large exodus. As one Aleppo resident

someone dies on one side and

you turn around and watch a said of the city, "There are soap opera." fighters, activists and shop Since th e g o v ernment's owners. No one else is left."

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BRIEFING Stop turns up 4 pounds ofmeth Two Jefferson County residents were arrested April 4 after an Oregon State Police trooper found 4 pounds of methamphetamine in their car during a traffic stop, according to a news release. Carmen Zavala,32, of Madras, andDavey Culpus, 28, ofWarm Springs werenorthbound on U.S.Highway 97 about 4 miles south of Bend whentheir car was stopped for aspeed violation, according to the news release. Troopers searching the car located themethamphetamine in thecar's trunkand rear passenger compartment. Thedrugs are valued atapproximately $60,000. Zavala andCulpus were arrested on suspicion of delivery and possession ofmethamphetamine. — Bulletin staff report

Streets closed • Northwest Crossing Drive from Mt. Washington Drive to Compass Park is closed. • Fort Clatsop Street from OrdwayAvenueto the business parking lot on the south side of Northwest Crossing Drive is closed. • All roads reopen at 2 a.m. Monday.

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An advocacygroup that formedtoaddresstrafficon one street in Bend is now push-

ingthe city government to stop speeders across the city.

in an email Friday. Barb Campbell, who co-founded Slower Safer Bend

Slower Safer Bend wants

the city to do more to educate and crack down on speeders, and the group recently kicked off its own education campaign, the pace car program. Bill Phillips lives on Southeast Airpark Drive and has attended the group's meetings.

with her partner, Foster Fell,

said the group is pushing for the city to purchase 13 of these signs, which display the speed limit along with the actual

speeds of passing cars. The signs also collect data on the

"It's pretty narrow, it's got

number of vehicles and their speeds, which the city can use

a lot of blind spots and it's got a hill people can't see over

Andy Tullie/The Bulletin

until they're on top of it," Phil-

Barb Campbell, co-founder of the group Slower Safer Bend, sits

lips said of his street. Drivers speed through the neighborhood and although Phillips has called the police, he said "nothing seems to be getting

on the bumper of her car, beside her new pace car sticker, outside her home in Bend on Tuesday. People who participate in the pace

car program sign a pledge to drive the speed limit and place the stickers on their vehicles.

better ... It's pretty frustrating,

and I don't really know what

committed to any concrete plansforprojectsto reduce Slower Safer Bend has met speeding. City councilors with city employees to discuss will discuss during upcomoptions, but the city has not ing budget talks whether to to do about it."

purchase additional portable radar speed signs, and they will make a decision by June, Bend Community Relations Manager Anne Aurand wrote

to target police traffic enforce-

ment and identify areas that might require changes to the street design. Campbell said Slower Safer Bend wants the city to purchase one sign for each of the 13 neighborhood associations in the city, so the associations can place

the signs in areas where they know there are speeding problems. SeeSpeeders/B5

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REDMOND PATRIOTS MEETING:Candidates for Circuit Court judge, Randy Miller and T.J. Spear; 6:30 p.m.; Highland Baptist Church, 3100 S.W. Highland Ave.; 541-639-7784.

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A group of four backcountry skiers were rescued Thursday night by Deschutes County Search andRescuein the Three Sisters Wilderness after being separated from their party. Inga Kellogg Rouches, 51, DagSigurd Stai, 47, Sharon LynnStai, 46, and a16-year-old were rescued after getting lost skiing the Hayden Glacier on thenortheastern flank of Middle Sister, the Sheriff's Office said in a newsrelease. The skiers areall from Snoqualmie, W ash.,exceptfor Rouches, who is from Fall City, Wash. They were in contact with Search andRescue through a cellphone. The intermittent contact allowed Searchand Rescue to steer the group toward the Wychus Creek bridge crossing. None of thefour was injured. Theskiers were properly equippedand promptly informed the Sheriff's Office of their difficulty, which simplified the rescue,thenews release said.

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Fire managers meet as an area of a 300-acre prescribed burn, titled the Fuzzy Burn and totaling 598 acres, cools off near China Hat Road

south of Bend Thursday. The prescribed burn is one ofseveral happening in good conditions this week.

• Oregon PrescribedFireCouncil members gather in BendaSPart Of'Week OfFire' By Dylan J. Darling

boundaries," said Stamper,

The Bulletin

who is also a fuels technician

A fledgling statewide coun- for the Sisters Ranger District cil intends to make it easier of the Deschutes National for land management agenForest. She said the idea of cies and private landowners the council here started with to haveprescribed fires. her and Trevor Miller, who The Oregon Prescribed also worked in fire manageFire Council held its inaument in the Sisters District. gural meeting Thursday at There are similar councils Central Oregon Community in California and WashingCollege. The council probaton, and in the southeastern bly will have members from states of the country, but

out vegetation, brush and

sionals focused on wildfire,

said John Bailey, an associate professor forOregon State University. Through it they will be "keeping up on the

CentralOregon Fire Science

smaller trees so that should a fire break out, it has less fuel to burn. Spring is a common time for prescribed fires in Central Oregon, as evidenced

Symposium at COCC.

by the smoke column from

Also called controlled burns, prescribed fires are lit

such a fire Thursday southeast of Bend.

scribed fire and technology," he said. SeeBurns/B5

there hasn't been one for Ore-

gon before, Stamper said.

"A lot of this is about trying

treatments together — across

• Forest Roads 4604, 4604-010 and 4604-031

The new council could benefit both students and profes-

well as tribes, conservation groups and other organizathe initial chairwoman for the group.

A prescribed burn is planned to begin today in theWest Bend Project area nearPhil's Trailhead off Skyliners Road. The burn is scheduledfor 234acres starting one-quarter mile south of the trailheadparking area. It is likely to continue into Sunday and recreationists areadvised tostay awayfrom the burn area, including areaclosures, until they aredeemedsafe for public access. Closures include: • 1 mile south of Marvin's Garden Trail from Phil's Trailhead to the KGBjunction (Junction 48)

by firefighters when weather conditions are right to thin

stateand federal agencies, as tions, said Amanda Stamper,

Prescridedburnplannedtoday

The meeting came as part of the "Week of Fire," the

latest and greatest in pre-

VOTER FORUM FOR DESCHUTES COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY: District attorney candidates Patrick Flaherty and John Hummel will debate. Hosted by the League of Women Voters; 5:15 p.m.; Deschutes County administration building, 1300 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-382-2724.

April 24 2014 PRIMARY ELECTION CANDIDATE FORUM:The Deschutes County Citizen's Action Group hosts forum for voters to meet candidates; 6:30 p.m.; La Pine Senior Activity Center, 16450 Victory Way; 541-536-3207,

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April 28 REDMOND PATRIOTS MEETING:Candidate for U.S. Senate Republican primary Dr. Monica Wehby; 6:30 p.m.; Highland Baptist Church, 3100 S.W. Highland Ave.; 541-639-7784. Mone Nay election info on B6

Apple takingoverJeffersonCoun hydroelectric project By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

A Bend company that had

proposed ahydroelectric project in Jefferson County has transferred its property

to Apple, suggesting the computing giant may be looking to start generating power for its Prineville data center.

Chris Gaither, a spokesman for Apple, said while the com-

panywill not comment specifically on the deal with EBD Hydro, Apple has made running its facilities onrenewablepower apriority. The Prineville data center is run largely on wind power purchased from utilities, he said, and in the company's 2013 Environmental Footprint

Report, Apple states itplans to employ solar and micro-hydro power in the future.

The 45-Mile Hydroelectric Project, first proposed in 2010 by EBD Hydro of Bend, would be located on the North Unit Ir-

a hydroelectric turbine and discharging it back into the canal.

rigation District's main canal, 45 miles downstream from the

ed the project would generate 3 In 2011, EBD Hydro received to 3.5 megawatts of electricity, a $7.2 million federal loan enough to power 2,100 to 2,450 guarantee for the hydro project

intake and about 2 miles north of Haystack Reservoir. As originally envisioned, the project would divert water out of the

canal for approximately half a mile before runningit through

In 2011, EBD Hydro estimat-

homes.

Filings in the Federal Register indicate EBD Hydro transferred the property related to

the hydro project to Apple in

November. Representatives of EBD Hydro could not be

reachedforcomment on Friday.

and was anticipating construc-

tion wouldbegin before the end of that year. — Reporter: 541-883-0387, shammers@bendbulletin.com


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1VEWSOF RECORD Theft —A theft was reported at 11:24 a.m. April 9, in the 200 block of Southwest Century Drive. The Bulletin will update items in Theft —Atheft was reported and an the Police Log when such arequest Criminal mischief —Anact of arrest made at 3:46 p.m. April 9, in is received. Any newinformation, criminal mischief was reported at the 2600 block of Northeast Highway such as the dismissal of charges or 6:35 p.m. March 27, in the 61300 20. block of Blakely. acquittal, must be verifiable. For more DUII —David Alan Renick II, 57, information, call 541-383-0358. DUII —Austin Scott Yager, 26, was was arrested on suspicion of driving arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at under the influence of intoxicants 4:37 p.m. April 9, in the area of Boyd CORRECTION at12:13 a.m. April 9, in the areaof Southeast Third Street and Southeast Acres Road andBuilders Street. Dismissal — In the News of Record Theft —A theft was reported and Reed Market Road. police log that published Dec. 9, an arrest made at 5:19 p.m. April DUII —Edward JoeTenaJr., 31, was 2013, on PageC2, Garrett Taylor arrested on suspicion of driving under 9, in the 20100 block of Pinebrook Bachmanwas listed as having been Boulevard. the influence of intoxicants at12:53 arrested on suspicion of DUII. The a.m. April 9, in thearea of Northeast Theft —A theft was reported at 2:28 charges against Bachmanwere Third Street andNortheast Franklin p.m. April10, in the1500 block of dismissed on March 6, 2014. Avenue. Northeast Medical Center Drive.

BEND POLICE DEPARTMENT

POLICE LOG

Theft —Atheft was reported at11:06 a.m. April 8, in the19900 block of Driftwood Court.

PRIMEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMEMT Burglary —A burglary was reported at 2 a.m. April 10, in the areaof Northeast Third Street. Theft —Atheft was reported at 9:55 a.m. April10, in the area of Southeast Lynn and Knowledge Street. Unlawful entry —A vehicle was reported entered at10:37 p.m. April 10, in the area of North Main Street.

BEND FIRE RUNS Wednesday 8:03a.m. —Authorized controlled burning, 20726 North Star Way. 8:14p.m.— Authorized controlled burning, 640 N.W.Powell Butte Loop. 22 —Medical aid calls.

CIVIL SUITS Filed March 24 14CV0213 —Wiliam D. Stevenson v. Tyler L. Robertson, complaint, at least $100,000 Filed March 25 14CV0215 — Wendy Contreras v.

Margaret S.Bernheim, complaint, $96,098.15 14CV0216 —Capital OneBank N.A.v. William Hasting, complaint, $12,832.98 Filed March 26 14CV0217 —Atlantic Credit andFinanceInc.v.StephanieD. Humphrey, complaint, $10,392.51 14CV0218 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC,dbaChampion Mortgage Company, v.LelaniTucker, individually and as constructive trustee ofThe Estate of DonaldEugeneNored, Timothy A. Nored,Jerry Nored, Simon Abosso, LaurenAbosso, unknown heirs of DonaldEugeneNored, complaint, $171,205.54

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PORTLAND — T h e t ask

Cover Oregon's business mission, management structure and accountability, the budget

of getting Oregon's troubled and accounting controls, and a health insurance exchange variety of other aspects of the back on track is now in the

hands of a Portland consulting firm that specializes in turning around struggling businesses. Cover Oregon's board of di-

operation.

Clyde Hamstreet, the firm's founder, has more than 20

years of experience with complex turnarounds, according to a biography on the firm's

rectors voted this week to hire website. The firm led the reHamstreet 8 A s sociates to structuring of Sunwest Man-

take over the day-to-day duties agementInc.,a Salem compaof executivedirector, assess ny that owned a chain of sethe organization's business nior living facilities and came operations and financial man- under fire from creditors and agement, and recommend a

restructuring plan. The assessment will look at

investors. Hamstreet has advised a

bankruptcy and restructuring end of this year. Most of the of their finances, operations or money has gone to develop management. technology that would allow The state Legislature creat- people to compare health ined Cover Oregon as a semi-au- surance plans and sign up, but tonomous public corporation. the website has been plagued It is still considered an arm of with glitches and has not been the state government, but it launched. has more independence than Hamstreet's contract says most state agencies and is sup- the firm will be paid up to posed to be self-sufficient. Its $100,000 for its services and revenue comes from a month- expenses. The contract lists ly charge of $9.38 for each per- five consultants who may be son covered on a private insur- involved with fees ranging ance plan purchased through from $210 per hour to $300 Cover Oregon. The organiza- per hour, which the contract tion also earns a smaller fee says are lower rates than those for people who apply to Cover charged t o pri v a te-sector Oregonand getreferred tothe clients. Oregon Health Plan, the state's The firm w il l r u n C over Medicaid plan for the poor. Oregon until a permanent exCover Oregon has received ecutive director takes over. a total of $305 million in fed- A search panel is expected to eral grants to fund its opera-

number of companies through tions from 2011 through the

recommend one at the end of

AROUND THE STATE

Identity theft —The Catholic Archdiocese of Portland says at least100 current and former employeesand volunteers of the archdiocese andaffiliated churchesand schools have hadtheir Social Security numbers used to file fraudulent 2013tax returns. TheOregonian reports that victims receive error messageswhenthey try to electronically file legitimate returns. Victims are urged to contact the Internal RevenueService. In an April 8 letter, Archbishop Alexander Sample wrote that the archdiocese is "working diligently" with the IRS to determine thecause of the problem and is fully cooperating in the agency's investigation.

Apparent SuiCide iu Medfurd —Somestudents ontheir way to school Thursday saw the body of a manwho apparently committed suicide by hanging himself from a treeacross the street from North Medford High School. Before the bodycould beremoved by police, officials say it wasseen bysomeKennedy Elementary School students walking byandonabus.Itwasalsoseen bysomehighschoolstudents. The schools saystudents whoappeared to beupset talked to counselors or support specialists. TheMail Tribune in Medford reports the elementary school sent anote hometo parents about the situation. Wet flOOr laWSuit —A Eugeneman is suing a local church where he says his mother fell on awet floor and brokeher legthree months before she died.TheRegister-Guard reports that Jesse Breeden's wrongful death lawsuit alleges that First Christian Church of Thurston officials are to blamefor the injury. Breeden contends the injury caused medical complications that led to his 68-year-old mother's death in 2012. He'sseeking $775,000 in the lawsuit filed this week in Lane County Circuit Court. The lawsuit alleges that Springfield resident KayBreeden's leg injury caused ablood clot and afatal brain hemorrhage, andultimately led to herdeath. The newspapersays church officials did not respond to requests for comment. — From wire reports

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Council considers sick leave measure

Ex-teacher acquitted

of gropingcharges The Associated Press

The Associated Press EUGENE — With a ma-

jority of its members on board, the Eugene City Council is moving ahead with legislation to require businesses to give their employees paid sick leave. At least five of the eight City Council m embers view the idea favorably, according to a head count by the Register-Guard. Workers who don't have

sick leaveare forced to choose between maintaining their income and going to work when sick or sending their children to school sick. "Families in f i nancial stress cannot afford to lose

a day's pay," said Council member Claire Syrett. O pponents such a s C ouncil

m e mber M i k e

Clark say the measure means added expense for b usinesses, which w i l l trim hiring in response, "costing our community hundreds and hundreds of jobs." A coalition of advocacy

groups has organized a campaign behind paid sick leave called "Everybody Benefits Eugene." They estimate that about 51 percent of the private-sector

workers in Eugene don't earn paid sick leave. The Council has asked

its staff to draft a measure that could be ready for public comment in May or June and be on the books in January.

Similar legislation from Portland is expected to be a model. Seattle and San Francisco also have simi-

lar laws. The Council is expected to resume discussion on the

issue later this month.

From previous page 14CV0219 —Gemini Capital Group LLC v. Sharon Alvis, complaint, $11,085.41 Filed March 27 14CV0220 —Joshua Ward v. Sisters School District and TonyCosby, complaint, $6,083.699 14CV0221 — U.S. BankN.A., astrustee for Bear StearnsAsset BackedSecurities Trust 2004-AC7Asset-Backed certificates, series2004-AC7,v. David A. Collins, akaDavidAllen Collins, Janette M. Collins, akaJanette MarieCollins, The Greens at RedmondOwners' Associa tionInc.andJPMorganChase Bank N.A.,complaint, $234,248.91plus interest, costs andfees 14CV0222 —The Bankof New York Mellon, fka TheBank of New York, as successor in interest to JPMorgan ChaseBank N.A., as trustee for Structured asset mortgage investments II Inc., BearStearns Alt-A Trust, Mortgage pass-through

ed finding images on his

PORTLAND — A former computer of chddren bemg t eacher who s k ipped t h e sexually abused. country after he was conThe charges in the swim-

Tony Anderson/Oregon Department ofForestry via The Associated Press

Since the Elliott State Forest north of Coos Bay turned from a revenue producer for the Oregon Common School fund to a liability due to environmental litigation, the Oregon Department of State Lands is considering selling all or part of the forest. Jim Paul, assistant director of the Department of State Lands, said Friday the forest cost the Common School Fund $3 million last year.

State mullsselling entire Elliott forest By Jeff Barnard

heavily logged. As the state has tried to increase harvest G RANTS PASS — T h e levels in recent years to meet state of Oregon will consider local demands for logs and selling the whole Elliott State revenue, it has run into difForest, where legal battles ficulties meeting federal reover logging and protections quirements to protect habitat for threatened species have for threatened northern spotreduced revenues for schools. ted owls, marbled murrelets The Associated Press

Jim Paul, assistant director of the Department of State

and coho salmon.

A lawsuit from conservaLands, said Friday the forest tion groups over protections has turned from an asset into for marbled murrelets, a seaa liability, costing the Com- bird that nests in large old mon School Fund $3 million trees, has resulted in withlast year. He says the state has drawal o f s e v eral t i m b er a responsibility to see if it can sales. Protesters have occuturn that around.

He adds that selling off the w hole forest, whether to a

pied timber sales to prevent

logging. The State Lands Board,

timber company or conser- made up of the governor, state vation groups, is just one in a treasurer and secretary of spectrum of possibilities that state, decided last December will be examined by depart- to sell off five parcels from ment staff in coming months the forest to get a better idea so the State Lands Board can of its value in light of logging make a decision. restrictions to protect threatThe evaluation was report- ened species. ed Thursday by the News-ReThe deadline for bids on view newspaper in Roseburg, three of t hem wa s F r iday. where Paul described the ac- Paul said the names of the tion at a meeting. winners would not be disThe Elliott covers about closed until Wednesday. 90,000 acres north of Coos Most of the forest is made Bay. It includes some of the up ofCommon School Fund last older forest in the Coast lands, which since statehood Range, where most forests have helped pay for schools. are privately owned and Most of the original lands

certificates series 2004-12, v.Charles E. Romig, Carolyn R. Bader-Romig, and Wells FargoBankN.A., complaint, $156,550.03 14CV0223 —Cavalry SPV I LLCv. Shaun Little, complaint, $12,209.12 14CV0226— CapitalOne BankN.A.v. Gregory D. Smith, complaint, $19,090 Filed March 28 14CV0228 —Wells Fargo Bank N.A.v. Ryan S. Freitas, complaint, $15,824.09 14CV0229 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Terry L. Johnston akaTerry Johnston, complaint, $461,707.73 14CV0231 —Laura C.Capucci v. Clint Mitchell, Justin B. Fleming andState Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, complaint, $92,819.19 Filed March 31 14CV0232 —John West andClifford Phillips v. Levi Strunk, complaint, $417,804.25 14CV0233 —SAIFCorporation, on

assignment from Kathy L. Lambert, v. The Riverhouse LLC,dbaThe Riverhouse, complaint, $50,100.45 Filed April 1 14CV0234 —Calvary SPV ILLC v. Rachel A. Hayward, complaint, $11,884.14 14CV0235 — Discover Bank v.Ursala O'Malley and Brian K.O'Malley, complaint, $12,331.92 Filed April 2 14CV0237 —DonMooney and Annette Mumford v. Stringham Inc., dba Central OregonRoofing, Tamara S. Stringham andJeff Stringham, complaint, $7,980 14CV0236 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. DavidSutherland, Patricia Sampson, Mid OregonFederal Credit Union, EquableAscent Financial LLC, Discover Bank,Cavalry Portfolio Services LLC,Assignee Cavalry InvestmentsandAssigneeHSBC Bank NevadaN.A.,complaint,$188,933.57

were sold with the idea they would generate more revenue through taxes if they were in private ownership. The forest has previously contributed $6 million to $8 million a year to the fund, which annually distributes about $50 million to schools.

" Funding s c hools b y c lear-cutting p u bli c ol d growth on the Elliott is an

archaic scheme," said Josh Laughlin, campaign director for Cascadia Wildlands. "We believe there is a significant conservation opportunity in

front of Oregonians to buy out the school fund mandate

victed last year of possessing child pornography has been acquitted in a separate case of groping two girls at a Portland community swimming pool. A M ultnomah County jury found Logan Storm not guilty Friday of sexual abuse

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accused of touching the girls, Storm swam around her and ages 8 and 11 at the time, touched her buttocks again, when he was swimming at she said, she yelled "Pervert" the shallow end of the pool, at him and got out of the waThe Oregonian reported. ter to tell her mother what His lawyers argued that had happened. Storm w as mi s t a kenly Defense attorney Michael identified. Robert Levine told the jury Storm, 38, is serving a to- the pool was crowded with tal of eight years in federal 300 to 400 people, and the prison for possessing child 6-foot-2 Storm wore goggles. pornography and for cutting "How do you identify someoff a monitoring anklet and body mth goggles on?" he fleeing to Mexico the day af- asked. "Eyewitness identifiter he was convicted in 2013.

He was recaptured weeks later. He had fled the country after he was indicted but returned voluntarily.

He taught for five years

cation leads to mistakes."

Police questioned Storm the day of the incident, but he wasn't indicted until 2011.

The delay wasn't explained during the trial, nor was the

jury told of the pornography shortly after an investigation case against Storm or the began. His girlfriend report- sentence he's serving. in Beaverton but resigned

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14CV0241 —Julie Swinehart v. Deirdre Imeson-Allen, akaDeirdre Allen, aka DeidreAllen Frainey, complaint, $49,999.99 14CV0242 —Robert Krohn and Janice Hammond, asco-personal representatives of the Estate of Marilyn Rose Krohn, v. Julie GlidewellSeay, complaint, $43,106.38 14CV0243 —Victoria George v. Susan Day,Nancy Franceand Chandra Macleod, complaint, $300,000 14CV0244 —OneWest BankN.A. fkaOnewest BankFSB,v.ElmerE. Jeseritz, Eloise D.Jeseritz, United States of America andthe State of Oregon, complaint, $123,75711 plus interest, costs and fees 14CV0245—ThomasW.Johnson v. Micle LLC,MCHProperty Management LLC,dbaPartners Property ManagementandSales, complaint, at least $250,000

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Avion Water Co., and Roats Water System are looking into a purchase of the former Juniper Utility Co., water system. The city condemned Juniperin 2002. To sum up the ownership experience, it has not been pleasant. The city has already spent $5 million to $7 million upgrading the backbone of the water system. That's after paying more than $9 million to settle a lawsuit with Juniper's former owner. And the system needs more work. It's not up to city standards. Some pipes arenear the end of their predicted life. Many are not clearly labeled. To call some areas a tangle of pipes is being kind. Homeowners are c oncerned about the costs of improvements. The cityis,too, and concerned about the liability. Right now, any buyout is in the early stages. Nobody has committed to anything. There are, though, some good reasons to be encouraged. First of all, Avion and Roats are held in high regard by the city for the quality of service they provide. And it does not seem to be the case at all that a problem utility is just being moved from one owner to another. The fact is the city does not want to operate a dual drinking/water irrigation system as is found in Juniper. It doesn't do that anywhere else in the city. Many homeowners there are happy with the dual system. Avion and Roats have more experience in dealing with dual systems and would keep it. It is a cheaper way to provide irrigation, so homeowners may win by paying less. If the city keeps Juniper, it will need to spend more upgrading it. If the Juniper area is sold, the city can focus more on other improvements the city needs. Because the backbone of the system has been replaced, it will be less expensive for Avion and Roats to replace whatever smaller pipes need work. Avion and Roats also benefit by expanding their customerbase. Roats actually used to provide water to three of the neighborhoods in the Juniper service area. To some extent, its system is already oriented to provide the water there

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Casey Roats of Roats Water System told us it's not as simple as turning on a valve. In some places, it is close. Avion and Roats can also use gravity systems to deliver the water to the neighborhoods. That's

cheaper than pumping. The city has to pump. What are the worries? The bigger worry is what might happen to Avion or Roats in the future. As we said, both Avion and Roats arewell-regarded as water system operators. But there is always the possibility that one or both could be bought out. New owners might not be as good. Of course, new owners would still be regulated by the state's Public Utility Commission. Could the city be forced to go back in and take responsibility for the system again? The city staff believes the answer is no. But the PUC could put pressure on Bend. There could be legislative action. There alsocould be complications in making the deal because not all the residents in the former Juniper utility may want to switch to Avion and Roats. They may not have a choice. City staff say they have found little legal precedent for selling off just aportion of a citywater system. That may make things more complicated, as well. Avion, Bend, Roats and homeowners may still decide the buyout doesn't make sense. But it's hard not to be hopeful at this point, that if the parties continue to perform their due diligence, the former Juniper utility could look like a government success story.

mensely better for this country than For me there is no question who the previous eight years of the Bush I want as U.S. Senator — Jason I have known TJ Spear for the administration. While Obama's de- Conger. Jason has worked effeclast 13 years. Our children have tractors have slung mud for every tively and impressively for Central gone to the same schools. TJ has a event, he has kept his cool. In fact Oregon since his first of two terms strong moral character and he is the economy is indeed improving. in the Oregon House in 2010. He's committed to his family and our The Dow Jones was up 181.55 re- ready to work for all of Oregon in community. cently at 16,247.22. Washington, D.C. Can you imagine TJ was a commissioned officer Kudos to you, Mr. Wysling, for the good that will come to Oregon in the U.S. Navy after college. He having the courage to stand up to having a Senator who lives on the served aboard a fast-attack subma- detractors who have nothing but hot easternside ofthe Cascade Mounrine. He worked himself through air in their sails. tains? What a concept! You go Jason law school and served 12 years as Victoria Berry Conger! a deputy district attorney. He has Bend Gladys Biglor built a successful private practice Bend representing a wide range of cli- Don't miss achance ents. TJ has been both a prosecutor

and defense attorney in some of the to vote in the primary most serious cases in our communiThe primary election is less than ty. TJ enjoys spending time with his one month away. Ballots go out May three children and has been a park 1. Are you sure you can vote for the and recreationcoach and recently candidate you support'?

Clean upafter yourdog

My wife and I took care of our daughter's dog while she was away on spring break. On Sunday, March 30, we went to the Westside Village

has been teaching students at Sum-

Currently 29 percent of Deschutes

mit High School for their mock trial

County registered voters can't. In Oregon's closed primary, only party

Lucy. It was a great place to allow the dog to be off-leash, with a solid

members can vote.

chain-link fence all around. Then

team. TJ is the best choice for circuit

court judge based on his qualifications and background. Please join our family in supporting TJ Spear Jr. for judge. Steve and Betsy Collins Bend

Country is better off with Obama

School yard to throw the ball for

Currently 37percent of Deschutes we discovered that previous dog Countyvotersareregistered Repub- owners had not cleaned up after lican and 31 percent are registered their dogs. Democrats. They will be able to vote We decided to pickup all the poop for their candidates. since school was resuming the next Voters registered "Not Affiliated" day and dozens of children would be (23 percent), Independent (6 per- running and playing in the schoolcent) or with the other four minor yard. Other owners had allowed parties won't get to choose. Voters

their pets to defile the place 11 times

In response to the 1hesday, March can change their party affiliation without cleaning up. Shame on you. 18, letter from Mr. C. Wysling, I as many times as they want. There Don't be surprised when school offiwould like to salute him for stating fact after fact to demonstrate how

is a deadline, however. Voters have

the last five years have been im-

or IND to REP or DEM.

cials start locking the gates.

until April 29 to change from NAV

Carl Stevenson Bend

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Why Afghan elections matter on a global scale w

hen Afghans went to t he

polls last weekto elect a new president, Afghan social me-

dia enthusiasts sent out some incredi-

ble photos of women voters. The long, snaking lines of women in burkas, holding up sheets of plastic for protection from freezing rain, were a stunning repudiation of Taliban misogyny and violence. My favorite photo, tweeted by an Afghan journalist named Shafi Sharifi, showed an elderly, black-draped lady in a wheelchair, holding up a forefinger stained with indelible ink, saying: "I voted because women can't expect things to improve if they don't vote."

Cynics take note: These elections matter, not just for Afghanwomen but

for the future of the country. And they show why the United States should maintain strong economic and securi-

ty ties to Kabul. I knowyou've seen those purple fingers before, in Iraq, where 2005 elections were supposed to pave the way to democracy but led to more sectarian violence. Elections haven't turned

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Cynics take note: These elections matter, notjust for Afghan women but for the future of the country. And

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they show why the United States should maintain strong

economic and security ties to Kabul.

than 50 percent of the votes, there will

"The desire for change is so giganmain a threat — especially because tic," says the Carnegie Endowment's neighboring Pakistan gives them safe Sarah Chayes, an Afghan expert who haven. lived for years in Kandahar and adBut this election proved that Afvised top U.S. commanders."It was ghanistan is not the hopeless case remarkablehow people really turned be a runoff. Moreover, the Taliban re-

many Americans believe it to be. First, the vote showed that most Af-

out."

Second, "This vote was a strong ghans want change by ballot, not the 'No' to the Taliban, and a reaction to bullet — meaning they want better the violence," according to the wellgovernment, better security and less known Afghan human-rights activcorruption. ist Sima Samar, whom I reached by This was Afghanistan's third pres- phone in Kabul. Voters disregarded idential election, and the last, in 2009, Taliban demands that they stay home. As I've heard repeatedly on trips to was marked by such fraud that it disillusioned many voters. Yet this time Afghanistan, even from village elders election observers say the level of who share the same Pashtun ethnic fraud was way down, and voter turn- background as the Taliban, Afghans out was double that of 2009, including

don't want a return of harsh Taliban

sire for a link to the international com-

munity," Samar says. Finally, the election seems to be a repudiation of the rampant corruption of Karzai's administration. His

favored candidate, Zalmay Rasoul, appears to be running third, behind former World Bank economist Ashraf should understand that the Afghan Ghani and the former foreign minister people are not the same as in 1992." Abdullah Abdullah. She was referringto the period after The next president may not be able the Soviets quit Afghanistan, when to shake the venal political culture Pakistan helped bring the Taliban to that has grown up over the past depower in an effort to strengthen its cade, fed by billions in foreign aid. But hand against archenemy India. Afghan voters have shown they are Afghans today are more sensitive to far more politically aware than in the Pakistani interference and have many past. They don't want their country to more contacts with the outside world. once more become a safe haven for IsThird, the election indicated that

most Afghans want a continued alliance with the West. All the leading candidates pledged to sign a bilateral security agreement (BSA) with the

lamist extremists who threaten them and the West. Nor do they want to

be part of Pakistan's proxy war with India. "If they see geaders) they can identify with and see less predatory

United States that would permit a small force of around 10,000 troops

behavior, there is nothing Pakistan can throw at them they couldn't turn

to stay on to train Afghans. (Current

around," says Chayes.

President Hamid Karzai has refused

60 percent of eligible voters. So many rule. Nor do most Afghans agree with to sign the accord, which leads many out well in Egypt, either. voted that several polling places ran the militants' ban on girls' education. AfghanstobelievehewantsadangerI also know t hi s election isn't out of ballots, and the numbers would Will the Taliban, or their Pakistani ous deal with the Taliban.) over — preliminary results won't be have been even higher had there not backers, heed the voters' wishes? The voters made clear that the BSA known until the end of April and, if been Taliban intimidation in some ru- "Some of the Taliban might get the has real importance to them. "This none of the eight candidates gets more ral areas. message," says Samar. "And Pakistan election is a strong sign of people's de-

Can Ghani or Abdullah deliver?

Will President Obama stay committed after 2014? We don't knowyet. But the Afghan elections demonstrate why it's

worth giving Kabul another chance. — Vhuty Rubin is a columnist andeditorialboard member for the Philadelphia Inquirer.


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NORTHWEST NEWS

FEATURED OBITUARY

Robinson,formerleader of TrinidadandTobago By Hoai-Tran Bui

valuation, unemployment that

The Washington Post

reached 22 percent and rising

Arthur N.R. Robinson, a political leader in the Caribbean

crime. In 1988, he negotiated a

island-nation of Trinidad and Tobago who survived a bloody coup attempt while prime minister in 1990 and was a force in

the I nternational M onetary

$141 million loan package from

Fund, which required him to adopt deeply unpopular austeritymeasures. the creation of the International Robinson's popularity plumCriminal Court, died Wednes- meted, and his fragile political day in the capital of Port-of- alliance collapsed over internal Spain. He was 87. disputes. National S e curity On July 27, 1990, a Minister Gary Griffith group of more than 100 announced that Robin-

r adical M u sli m

son had complications fromdiabetes.

els known as Jamaat al-Muslimeen, or Societ y of Muslims, stormed

r eb-

Robinson held minis- Ro bnson i terial posts in Trinidad Parliament and its stateand Tobago before serving as run television station in an atprime minister from 1986 to

tempted coup.

1991. He held the mostly cerThe group's leader, Abu emonial position of president Bakr, had long fashioned himfrom 1997 to 2003.

self as an agitator for the poor

His political career began and railed against government soon after graduating from the mismanagement and corrupUniversity of Oxford. He re-

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Washington 911outage lasts 7 hours, leavesEverett womanfacing intruder

BITUARIES

tion. He said that the "straw

turned to Trinidad and Tobago that broke the camel's back" and helped found the People's was a $500,000 expenditure on National Movement, a political a planned government monparty that dominated the coun- ument while too many people try for decades following inde- were going hungry. pendence from Britain in 1962. The siege sparked a six-day Under long-serving Prime standoff that resulted in the

By Doug Esser

three dozen police and fire

The Associated Press

agencies.

SEATTLE — Dispatchers who couldn't answer the 911

"I've worked throughout

Redmondconcrete contractor fined

Dozens of dispatch centers in Washington state were at least partially unreachable

Varner, assistant professor

at Mississippi State University. Varner was among

Continued from B1 Connections

bet w e en t he speakers at

the f i re

owners to have access to contract fire crews and oth-

symposium.

ment, Stamper said. There

ed by forests are typically on private ground.

abutting Bend, Fairbanks said people here have a

An offshoot of the coun-

chance to used prescribed

is also the chance to have prescribedfires that cover land managed by a variety of agencies, as well as public and private land.

"They own the land that Varner said, n oting t h at homes close to or surround-

er resources.

Looking out Thursday from the COCC cafeteria

Meet Elk Meadow principal candidates

windows to the pine forest

garded as the political father More than 100 were wounded. of the country, Robinson was Robinson was in the Parliavariously minister of finance, ment building when the rebels minister of external affaim and stormed in. They held him and deputy prime minister. more than45 others hostage, Trinidad and Tobago, locat- binding them hand and foot, ed off Venezuela's coast and gaggingthem and forcingthem with a population of 1.2 million, to lie facedown on the floor. became known as one of the

prescribed burns on their

deaths of at least 24 people.

The rebels attempted to force

"We have a lot of private

Bend-La PineSchools invites community members to meet candidates to beElk Meadow Elementary School's next principal from 5 to 6 p.m.Tuesday. The meeting will be at Elk Meadow and is the last part of the selection process. Thenewprincipal will start the job July1. Elk Meadow Principal Bruce Reynolds is retiring at the endof the school year after 36 years with the district.

— Reporter: 541-617-7812, ddarling@bendbulletin.com

more prosperous Caribbean Robinson to call off the Trincountries thanks to an oil and idad military waiting outside natural gas boom in the 1970s. the building. "I shouted, 'Murderers! TorBut Robinson, who was of African descent, grew concerned turers!' and I called upon the

own land, said Morgan

with economic and social dis-

successfull y to persuade the three citizen service requests, city to install speed humps. and the projects did not reduce "We put in all this effort, thespeeding problems. Continued from B1 Lt. Nick Parker, a spokes- and we f ailed," Campbell The group also plans to man for the Bend Police said. However, Campbell and have a booth with pace car Department, said speed Fell did not give up. "As part stickers and other informaplays a role in roughly of that, we discovered there tion at the April 19 Earth Day

forces outside to attack with

parities that affected the many full force," Robinson later told islanders of African and Indian Reuters. ancestry.

He was beaten and was shot

Robinson left the People's in the right leg. National Movement in 1970 Looting devastated the capiand joined Parliament in 1976

tal before negotiations between

with a newly formed opposi-

therebelsand the government led to an agreement in which

tion party called the Democratic Action Congress. It later

the rebels would receive am-

merged with another political nesty and Robinson would reopposition group, made up of sign from office. largely Indian extraction, to The hostages were released, form the National Alliance for but government officials quickReconstruction. ly claimed that the demands In 1986, Robinson's landslide

were not valid under the laws of

victory as prime minister was Trinidad and Tobago. The rebviewed as an astonishing feat

els were arrested and charged

against the formidable People's with murder and treason. Two N ational Movement. At t h e years later, Trinidad's high time, the collapse of global oil court upheld their amnesty and prices in 1983 had crippled the freed them. Robinson survived economy, and Robinson prom- the ordeal, but his political caised arecovery via tax reforms

and public expenditures. He also vowed to clamp down on rampant corruption and the al-

reer did not. He was voted out of office inthe 1991 election.

Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson was born Dec. 16,

leged misuse of billions of dol- 1926, in Calder Hall, Tobago, lars in oil revenues. and was raised in the fishing "What happened to mem- village of Castara. bers of the 'People's National He received a law degree Movement' was that they had

been in government too long and had not, like myself, experienced both being in power and being out of power," Robinson said at the time. However, his political term

was marred by currency de-

in 1951 from the University of London and graduated in 1954

from St. John's College at Oxford, where he studied philosophy, politics and economics. His wife, the former Patricia Rawlins, died in 2009. Survivors include two children.

DEATHS ELSEWHERE Deathsof note from around

decisive, a "serial waffler." The antics displayed the hu-

one-third of vehicle crashes in Bend. From 2006 to 2010, there were more than 3,600 crashes and more than 1,200 were "directly

related to speeding," Parker said. "We're still getting complaints every day from all over the city.... There's definitely areas (where) we wish we could do more."

"The idea is if you are going the speed limit, you are setting the pace for the cars that are driving behind you," Campbell said. Pledge forms and stickers

Bend sent the city a list of

ers in waffle costumes to illus-

known for i n

trate how his main opponent

suddenly Thursday at 64.

ideas to reduce speeding. City employees responded

not have enough money to supervise volunteers paint-

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"We are finding so many people that are interested and are looking for solutions," Campbell said.

Last year, Slower Safer

the ideas would not work,

Obituary policy

Bend continues to grow.

pace car sticker to place on their vehicle.

country's longest-serving finance ministers, became well— From wire reports

page and a website, www. slowersaferbend.org. Campbell said Slower Safer

Campbell said. Residents have The group has a Facebook

actually is. Residents might firm by Friday afternoon the observe a few people speed- number of requests cited by ing, then call the police de- Campbell, but said the group partment to complain that raised valid concerns about a "there are speeders all the backlog of citizen requests for time," Parker said. The de- the cityto address these issues. partment often uses volun- "The city just can't keep up teers to investigate reports with them, because we don't of speeding problems. have the staff," Aurand said. Slower Safer Bend reCampbell said she h as cently launched an edu- spoken with residents in the cation program known as neighborhoods where the city pace car. Participants sign did work as a result of the a pledge to drive the speed limit and receive a yellow

would dress campaign workin that race, Ernie Eves, wasn't

are just lists of people that are having these same troubles,"

that they filled out the right H owever, Parker a l so paperwork with the city, (and) said some residents believe they've submitted that." the problem is worse than it Aurand was unable to con-

mor that Flaherty, one of the O t tawa. Died

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Speeders

are available at the Wabi Sabi store on Wall Street in downtown Bend.

the world: Jim Flaherty, 64: Canada's former finance minister who

landowners who want to

Bend-La PineSchools has named current BendHighSchool Assistant Principal Chris Reese the school's next principal. Earlier this year, the school's current principal, H.D.Weddel, announced hewould retire to take a position with the OregonState University football team. Reese, who hasbeenwith the school for nearly a decade,will assume his new role July1.

set up ways for those land-

agencies and other groups made by the council also will allow the sharing of training opportunities, as well as firefighters and equip-

we are so worried about,"

Bend HighSchool's new principal named

burn," Fairbanks said. The network is trying to

cil is the Southern Oregon fires to improve forest health Prescribed Fire Network, and the new th e council the working title for a faircould help them do it. Such Everyone could do their ly new group in Southwest efforts would make for safer own fires independently, Oregon. The goals of the communities, with less wor"but the costs are higher and Oregon council and the net- ry about wildfire destroying the benefits are less," she work are the same, to make homes near forests. "So people don't have said. it easier for prescribed fires The council could also to occur, particularly on pri- to be terrified every time "empower" p r ivate l a n d- vate ground, said Rich Fair- the lightning strikes," Fairowners who want to do banks, network chairman. banks said.

Minister Eric W i l liams, re-

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the country for 25 years, and during the outage. They are call of Washington woman I have never seen anything all tied together because the facing an intruder are deeply like this, never — for a whole system is operated by Centroubledby the statewide sys- state to go down," Mills said. turyLink. The cause of the tem failure but relieved she "How that can happen to an outage in Washington is still wasn't injured, the dispatch entire state is shocking." being investigated, Centucenter's executive director Alicia Cappola said that ryLink said Friday. said Friday. she called 911 at least 37 The center in Everett did The 911 outage lasted times about the intruder, but receive some cellphone calls about seven hours e arly couldn't get through. So she and voice-over-Internet calls Thursday and was resolved armed herself with a knife during the outage, but disat about 7 a.m., CenturyLink and confronted a man who patchers realized something said. A similar outage in parts crawled through a window. was wrong because of fewer of northeast Oregon lasted He ran out of the house. calls and a call from a medimore than two hours and was About an hour after her cal alarm company that said resolved at about 3:30 a.m. first call, she reached some- a client was unable to call The failure was surpris- one who dispatched a police 911. Dispatchers suspected ing and distressing to Kurt officer. The officer took a about 20 percent of the calls Mills at the SNOPAC center report about the incident, Lt. were not getting through, in Everett that dispatches for Robert Goetz said. Mills said.

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including a siege of a ranch home in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992 and the fiery destruction of a religious compound near Waco, Texas, thatkilled 76people in 1993. In Arizona, a congressman said he and several state Republican lawmakers may travel to Bunkerville to protest

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CYCLING Bend's Horner injured in Italy MILAN — Defending Spanish Vuelta champion Chris Horner was hospitalized Friday with a punctured lung, four broken ribs and cuts on his headfollowing a training accident in northern Italy. The Lampre team said details of the accident involving the 42-year-old Bend resident "are still to be evaluated, however it seems

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PREP GIRLS TENNIS

GOLF COMMENTARY

Portan -areasc oos ominate nated the first day of the Bend Invitational girls tennis tournament Fri-

while Central Catholic and Beaver-

victory at No. 4 singles — the most

• Bend High wins Summit

day, as Jesuit High, Central Catholic ton compete against each other at and St. Mary's all won their pools the same time at Bend High.

decisive win of the match for the

Invitational

Storm. The Ravenslostto St.Mary's 5-3

golf tourney,

Portland private schools domi-

to advance to today's gold bracket.

"Some of the best teams and best

Beaverton was also a pool winner players in the state are down here," and will play for the title today. Collier said. "That will be a high level of tenSummit and R i dgeview both nis," tournament director and Bend went 1-1 on Friday to earn spots in High coach Kevin Collier said about today's silver bracket. The Storm

and thenrouted Oregon Episcopal School of Portland — winner of five of the last six Class 4A/3A/2A/1A statetitles— 7-1.

SeeGirls tennis/C5

DAHLBERG

Inside

today's bracket play. fell to Jesuit 8-0 before topping SisSt. Mary's plays Jesuit at 11 a.m. ters 8-0. Against the Outlaws, Sumat Juniper Park in one semifinal mit's Brooke Finley posted a 6-0, 6-0

Bulletin staff report

As usual, Bubba finds his own way

CS

• Prep scoreboard, CS

that in the afternoon

he was probably hit by acar." Lampre said Horner was transported to the Manzoni hospital in Lecco, where theteam's physician Luca Pollastri met him to coordinate

PREP BOYS TENNIS

• Watson leads Masters by 3strokes after secondround

treatment.

Lampre said the cuts on Horner's head required stitches, althoughmedicalexams showed no concussion. Horner won theVuelta last year at theageof 41 to becomethe oldest Grand Tour champion.

AUGUSTA, Ga.

— The Associated Press

BMX racing this weekend

Masters.

Deep in the woods to the right, about 20 people gathered around an opening in

REDMOND — BMX

racing will be featured in Central Oregon asthe USA BMXGreat Northwest Nationals take place today andSunday at the Deschutes County Fair & ExpoCenter. According to event organizers, more than1,000 amateur racers from 28 states are expected to take part in competition staged on a1,100-foot, jump-filled track. Racers range inage from 2 to 70 andolder. All will be racing to amass points in their respective ageclasses in pursuit of national season honors. Today's racing kicks

the trees to relive Watson's famous shot from two years

,K

ago, seemingly oblivious to the fact the man who hit it was

walking by just a few yards away. "They really should put a plaque here," one said, trying to figure out just where Watson carved a shot around the trees to win his first green

jacket in a playoff with Louis Oosthuizen. The way Watson took

command of the Masters on the back nine Friday that

might not be enough. If he keeps overpowering Augusta National this way, they may have to give him a monument someday. SeeBubba/C6

off at11:30 a.m. with

Strider (balance bike) racing for ages 2, 3and 4. On Sunday, racing begins at 8 a.m., andthe main events are scheduled to start at approximately 1 p.m. Spectators are welcomeandadmissionis free, though aparking fee will be charged to support the local track program.

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ubba Watson was playing his way down the 10th fairway, trying to forget about the photographer who got in his way the hole before and quite possibly cost him the first bogey of his

Joe Kline/The Bulletin

Ridgeview's T.J. Smith hits a backhand shot during a Summit Tournament singles match against Crescent Valley's Lewis Shotton on Friday at the Athletic Club of Bend.

— From staff reports

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

OSII's Dei Rio eiigidie for '14 Oregon State transfer quarterback LukeDel Rio has beengranted immediate eligibility, the NCAAtold OSUon Friday. Del Rio, the sonof former Jacksonville Jaguars headcoachand current Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, transferred in March from Alabama, where he hadwalked on. The NCAAruled that Del Rio's unique situation warranted relief from the usual rules that say football transfers must sit out a yearand lose a year of eligibility. "We were thinking he would not be eligible for the year andwere preparing for him for the following season," Beavers coach Mike Riley said. "This is good news. Itgives us one more guy in the mix immediately." Del Rio, a redshirt freshman, is in competition with sophomore Brent VanderVeenand fellow redshirt freshman Kyle Kempt for the backup spot behind senior Sean Mannion. — From staff reports

to beat Churchill and Bend to beat • Summit posts two shutout wins, while Mountain View View Marist, it's pretty awesome. We have an outstanding league compared with the andBendeachbeatstatechampionshipcontenders rest of the state."

Darron Cummings/The Associated Press

Masters leader Bubba Watson shoots out of the gallery on the 18th hole Friday.

Eight teams gathered in Bend for the

Bulletin staff report Central Oregon's argument that it boasts thebest Class 5Aboys tennis in the

state became a little stronger on Friday. Summit, Bend High and Mountain View each made big statements on the first day of the Summit Tournament at

the Athletic Club of Bend, which welcomed the top five teams from last year's 5A state tourney. The Storm, the 2011 and 2012 state

champs, cruised to matching 8-0 dual victories over Ashland (fifth at state a year ago) and Marist (tied for first) of Eugene.

But it was Summit's crosstown rivals

two-day tournament, which follows a du-

that opened the eyes of Storm coach Josh Cordell. Bend defeated Marist 6-2 before falling to Ashland by the same margin, and Mountain View logged a 5-3 victory over Churchill of Eugene, which finished third at last year's championships.

al-meet format. The team with the best

leaderboard

overall record at the end of the tourney is crowned the champion.

Bubba Watson 69-68 — 137 -7 John Senden 72-68 — 140 -4 Thomas Bjorn 73-68 —141 -3 Jonas Blixt 7 0 -71 — 141 -3

Summit got off to a great start thanks

in part to 2-0 records by all four of its singles players: Chandler Oliveira, Carter Quigley, William Dalquist and Lindsay "Team-wise, these are clearly the best Valentine. Aaron Banquer-Glenn, Bend teams in 5A," Cordell said. "For Mountain High's No. 2 singles player, posted a 7-6 (7View and Bend to do what they did today, 4), 6-2 win against Marist before teaming to me, that shows how good our league up with Zach Hite for a 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 10-7 is. We played great, and I'm really happy win at No. 1 doubles against Ashland. with how we played, but for Mountain SeeBoys tennis/C5

Adam Scott

6 9 - 72 — 141 -3

Jordan Spieth 71-70 —141 -3 Complete leaderboard, C2

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RBBrownwor swit e e onmore a in timet is a By Kevin Hampton Corvauis Gazette-Times

Springgames

when he runs. He's going to be good in years to come."

CORVALLIS — As far as

Brown made a handful of

Terron Ward is concerned, ChrisBrown isOregon State's

tackles on special teams as a freshman and he also got his

best athlete.

chance to carry the football.

High praise from a senior for a fellow running back who

He had five carries for 29 yards and caught a pass for six yards against Colorado, and he rushed for 36 yards on six

is a redshirt sophomore with

minimal playing time. "You ask him to do anything, he can do it," Ward

When:May3, 1 p.m.

When:May3, 11 a.m.

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Oregon State sophomore running back Chris Brown participates in drills during a recent practice. Brown might be a candidate for

more carries this season.


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ON DECK Today Baseball: BendatHood River Valley (DH),noon Boflbalh HoodRiverValleyat Bend(DH),noon Boys tennis: SummiTo t urnament atAthletic Clubof Bend:Marist vs.Mountain View,8a.m.; Crescent Valleyvs.Summit,11a.mc Ashlandvs. Ridgeview, 11 a.m.;Summit vs.Churchill, 2 p.m4Ashlandvs. MountainView,2p,mcBendvs.Ridgeview,5p.m. Girls tennis: Bend Invitational, BronzeBracket: Bend vs. MountainViewat Summit, 8:30a.mcOregon Episcopal vs. Sistersat MountainView,8:30a.m.; Finals,1:30p.m.at MountainView;Silver Bracket: Ridgeview vs. Tualatin at Juniper Park,8:30a.m.; Summivs. t WestSalemat Bend High, 8:30a.m.; Final, 1:30 p.m. at SummitGol ; d Bracket:St. Mary'svs.Jesuit atJuniper Park, 11a.m.; Central Catholic vs.Beaverton at BendHigh, 11a.m.; Finals,1:30p.m.atJuniper Park. Track and field: Bend,Summit at JimRobinson Twilight Invitational inRoseburg, 10a.m.; Sisters, Culverat Meetof ChampionsatWillamette University in Salem,10:30a.mcMadrasat BurnsLions/ OsterMem orial Invitational, noon;CrookCounty at LowerColumbiaInvite inSt.Helens,12:30 p.m. Boys lacrosse:Roseb urgat Bend, 11a.m.; Sisters at West Salem,4 pmcThurstonatSummit,1 pm. Girls lacrosse:Central OregonLacrossevs. Beaverton atUniversity of Oregon,10a.m.; Central Oregon Lacrossevs. Carlsbad(Calif.) at University of Oregon,2p.m.

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FOrmer Hawk LOuHudSOndieS at 69 — FormerAtlanta Hawks star Lou Hudson, known as"Sweet Lou," died Friday following a severe stroke that left the all-time Hawksgreat in grave condition. He was 69. He isoneof three Atlanta Hawks to have his number retired."Lou Hudson holds aspecial place in the Hawksfamily, in the hearts of our fans and in the history of our club," Hawks co-owner Michael Gearonsaid in astatement released bythe Hawks. "As a fan growing up with this team, I'm fortunate to say I wasable to see almosteverygame Sweet LouplayedasamemberoftheHawks.He was an integral part of successful Hawksteams for over a decade, and is deservedly recognized with the ultimate symbol of his significance to the franchise with the number 23hanging inside Philips Arena. Onbehalf of the Hawksorganization, I'd like to extend condolences to Lou's family and friends." — Staffand wire reports

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UC Riversideat Oregon,2 p.m. OregonStateatWashington State, 2 p.m. Utah atUSC,2p.m. StanfordatWashington, 6p.m. CaliforniaatArizonaState, 6;30p.m. UCLAatArizona,7:30p.m.

Sunday'sGames UC Riverside at Oregon, noon OregonStateatWashington State, noon CaliforniaatArizonaState,12:30 p.m. Utah atUSC,1 p.m. StanfordatWashington, 4p.m. UCLAatArizona,4p.m. Monday'sGames SanDiegoat Oregon,1p.m. NorthernColoradoat Washington, 5p.m.

HOCKEY NHL

TENNIS Professional ATPWorldTour U.S. Men'sClayCourt Championships Friday At RiverOaksCountry Club Houston Purse:$639,730(Wfzsg) Surface:Clay-Outdoor Singles Guarlerlinals Fernando Verdasco (4), Spain, def. Donald Young, UnitedStates,7-6(1),6-1. SantiagoGiraldo,Colombia, def.AlejandroGonzalez, Colombia6-3, , 6-4. SamQuerrey,UnitedStates,def. Dustin Brown,Germany,6-3,6-7(8), 6-3. NicolasAlmagro(3), Spain, def.JackSock, United States,6-2,6-4.

GrandPrixHassanII Friday At ComplexeSportif al Amal Casablanca,Morocco Purse:$666,600(WT250) Surface:Clay-Outdoor Singles Guarlerlinals MarcelGranogers (4), Spain,def. PabloCarreno Busta,Spain,6-7(4),6-3, 6-0. FedericoDelbonis (6), Argentina, def.Victor Hanescu, Rom ania, 7-6(5), 6-3. Guigermo Garcia-Lopez(8), Spain, def.Benoit Paire (3), France, 7-5, 7-6(4). Roberto Carballes Baena,Spain, def. Andrey Kuznetsov, Russia,6-4,6-2.

SEMIFINALS Firsl Leg Tuesday, April22 Atletico Madrid(Spain) vs.Chelsea(England),11:45a.m. Wednesday,April 23 Real Madrid(Spain)vs. BayernMunich (Germany), 11;45a.m. BecondLeg Tuesday, April29 BayernMunichvs. Real Madrid, 11:45a.m. Wednesday,April 30 Chelseavs.Atletico Madrid,11:45 a.m.

MOTOR SPORTS

MLS MAJORLEAGUESOCCER All TimesPDT

Today'sGames

RealSaltLakeat Philadelphia, 1p.m. ColoradoatTorontoFC,1 p.m. ChicagoatMontreal,1 p.m. Housto natNewEngland,2p.m. NewYorkat D.C. United, 4p.m. Seattle FC atFCDallas, 5:30 p.m. ChivasUSAat Portland,7:30 p.m. Vancouver at LosAngeles,7:30p.m.

Bunday'sGames Columbus at SanJose, noon

away from the national team.

Morgan led the Thorns last season with eight goals and five assists, while

Wednesday. The defend- Canadian national team striker ChrisingNWSL champion tine Sinclair had eight goals and two Thorns will open the assists for Portland, which finished season today at the ex-

champion Portland Thorns, who open

pansion Houston Dash.

their second seasontonight on the road against the expansion Houston Dash.

Randy L. Raemuesen / The Oregonian

The Thorns' former coach, former

U.S. national team midfielder Cindy Parlow Cone, unexpectedly stepped down to spend more time with her

family a few months after Portland's is to do better at home — our home re2-0 victory over the Western New cord wasn't really very good, we only York Flash in the league's inaugural won five games at home — so we defititle game last August. nitely want to improve that. Obviously Parlow Cone is a tough act to follow, one of our goals is to make the playRiley said. offs and try to get the playoff games at "Cindy won it last year so you've home, which we didn't get last year." got to take your hat off to her. It makes Riley has a long coaching resume, for a difficult job for anybody coming but most recently he led the Philadeiin," Riley said. "We've tried to change phia Independence of the now-defunct a couple of the goals as a team. No. 1 Women's Professional Soccer league.

the regular season 11-6-5.

"Obviously a lot has changed in Portland since this time last year," Sinclair said. "With the addition of Paul,

it'sbeen an incrediblepreseason.He's brought this new energy to our team, a new style of play." The addition of the Dash brings the The Independence reached the WPS NWSL to nine teams, which will play championship in each of its two sea- a 24-game schedule in the league's sons and he was the league's coach of second season. the year in 2010 and 2011. The Thorns were the league's bigRiley's Thorns will be attack-oriented, much like the team's male counter-

gest hit last season in terms of atten-

parts, the Portland Timbers of MLS.

13,300 fans per match. Portland's

But he will be out one of the team's big-

numbers skewedthe average attendance for the league, but the median

gest stars for the 2014 opener: forward Alex Morgan is healing from an injured left ankle that has also kept her

DEALS Transactions

FISH COUNT

Paul Riley speaks to the media after practice

Calgaryat Vancouver, 6p.m. Dallas atPhoenix, 6p.m.

Upstream daily movement of adult chinook, jack chinook, steelhead andwild steelheadat selected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonThursday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd Bonneville 41 4 1 46 9 The Dalles 102 1 6 2 John Day 7 0 0 12 6 McNary 35 1 29 18 Upstream year-to-date movement ofadult chinook, jack chinook, steelheadandwild steelheadatselected ColumbiaRiverdamslast updatedonTuesday. Chnk Jchnk Stlhd Wstlhd B onneville 2,494 18 3, 036 9 6 2 The Dalles 740 3 115 41 J ohn Day 44 5 18 2, 5 0 7 94 3 McNary 10 7 2 215 125

Portland Thorns coach

dance, with an average of more than

attendance was a little more than

3,000 fans per game.

Today'sGames

Buff aloatBoston,9:30a.m. PhiladelphiaatPittsburgh, noon N.Y.Rangersat Montreal, 7 p.m. Torontoat Otawa,4p.m. Columbus at Florida, 4p.m. ChicagoatNashvile, 5p.m. SanJoseat Phoenix, 6 p.m. Vancou veratEdmonton,7p.m. AnaheimatLosAngeles, 7:30p.m.

Sunday'sGames

Southern 500Lineup Afler Fridayqualifying; racetoday At Oarlington, S.c. Lap length: 1.366miles (Car numberin parentheses) 1. (4)KevinHarvick, Chevrolet,183.479mph. 2.22) JoeyLogano, Ford,183.049. 3.I43) AricAlmirola,Ford,182.946. 4. (9MarcosAmbrose,Ford,182.485. 5. 2IBradKeselowski, Ford,182.059. 6. 1) JamiM ecMurray, Chevrolet,182.019. 7. 31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet,181.985. 8. 18Kyle Busch,Toyota, 181.763. 9. 24IJeffGordon,Chevrolet,181.756. 10. 11)DennyHamlin,Toyota,181.548. 11. 27 PaulMenard, Chevrolet,181.481. 12. 78 MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet,181.2. WTATour 13. 41 KurtBusch,Chevrolet,182.181. BNPParibasKatowice Open 14. 55 BrianVickers,Toyota,181.985. Friday 15. 88)DaleEarnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,181.689. At Bpodek 16. 15Clint Bowyer,Toyota,181.247. Katowice,Poland 17. 42 I KyleLarson,Chevrolet,181.194. Purse:$260,080(Intl.) 18. 47AJ Agmendinger, Chevrolet,181.127. Surlace:Hard-Indoor 19. 16 I GregBiffle, Ford,180.947. Singles 20. 3) AustinDilon, Chevrolet,180.914. Quarlerlinals AgnieszkaRadwanska (1), Poland,def. Yvonne 21. 99) CarlEdwards,Ford,180.901. 22. 5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet,180.787. Meusburger (6), Austria, 6-4,6-1. Alize Cornet(4), France, def. KlaraKoukalova (5), 23. 14)TonyStewart, Chevrolet,180.185. 24. 51JustinAggaier,Chevrolet,178.958. Czech Republic, 6-2,0-6,6-2. 25. 20I MattKenseth,Toyota,182.059. CamilaGiorgi, Italy,def.Shahar Peer,Israel,6-1,6-4. 48) JimmiJo ehnson, Chevrolet,181.911. CarlaSuarezNavarro (3),Spain,def. MagdalenaRy- 26. 27. 38)DavidGililand, Ford,181.548. barikova (7), Slovakia,6-2,6-3 28. 17RickyStenhouseJr., Ford,181.394. 29. 98 I JoshWise,Chevrolet,180.549. Claro Open Colsanitas 30. 7) MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, 180.33. Friday 31. 13)CaseyMears, Chevrolet,180.31. At ClubCampestre el Rancho 32. 34 DavidRagan,Ford,180.204. Bogota, Colombia 33. 10 Danica Patrick, Chevrolet,180.158. Purse: $250,080 (Intl.) 34. 23 AlexBowman,Toyota,179.993. Surface:Clay-Outdoor 35. 40 Landon Cassil, Chevrolet,179.717. Singles 36. 77 Dave Blaney,Ford,179.606. Quarlerlinals 37. 33) Davi d St r emme, Chevrolet, Owner Points. ChanegeScheepers, South Africa, def. Lourdes 38. 30 ParkerKl igerman, Toyota,DwnerPoints. Dominguez Lino(8), Spain, 6-2,6-1. 83 Ryan Truex,Toyota,owner Points. Vania King (6), United States, def. Mariana 39. 40. 36 Reed S or ens on, C he vrolet, Owner Points. Duque-Marino, Colombia,7-6 (4), 7-5. 41. 32 TravisKvapil, Ford,OwnerPoints. CarolineGa rcia (5), France,def. Romina Oprandi, 42. 26 ColeWhitt, Toyota,ownerPoints. Switzerland, 6-1,7-5. chek,Toyota, Owner Points. JelenaJankovic (1), Serbia,def. LaraArruabarrena, 43. (66)JoeNeme Failed toGualify Spain,6-4,6-4. 44. (35)David Reutimann, Ford.

SOCCER

N.Y.Islanders3,NewJersey2, SO Washin gton4,Chicago0 Carolina2,Detroit1 Tampa Bay3, Columbus2 Dallas 3,St.Louis 0 Winnipeg 5, Calgary 3 SanJose5, Colorado1

Detroit atSt. Louis,9:30a.m. BostonatNewJersey, noon Carolinaat Philadelphia, noon TampaBayatWashington,noon N.Y.IslandersatBuffalo, 2p.m. Ottawa at Pittsburgh,4;30p.m. Nashville atMinnesota,5p.m. ColoradoatAnaheim,5p.m.

NAlnCAR Sprint Cup

The Associated Press

Riley is taking over the defending National Women's Soccer League

Friday's Games

All TimesPDT

By Anne M. Peterson

inherited a championship team.

NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE All TimesPDT

UEFA Champions League

T ornssee anot ertiteinsecon year rare position for a new coach: He has

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Wrong sport.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

PORTLAND — Paul Riley is in a

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Friday's Games

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PGA

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Conference Overall

Washington OregonState UCLA Washington State ArizonaState Oregon USC Arizona California Stanford Utah

GOLF

GOLF

The Masters

BASEBALL

IN THE BLEACHERS

BASEBAL L NationalLeague PRTSBU RGH PIRATES — Reinstated LHPJeff Lockefromthe 15-day DLand optioned himto Indianapolis(IL). FOOTBAL L National Football League CINCINNAT IBENGALS— SignedDESam Montgomery. CLEVELAND BROWNS — MatchedJacksonvige' s offer sheet onCAlexMack. MIAMIDOLP HINS — Signed WRDamian Williams toaone-yearcontract. SANFRANCI SCO49ERS— WaivedWRBrandon Carsweg. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague NHL —SuspendedMinnesotaFMikeRuppfour games for alate ilegal checkto thehead of St. Louis Blues FT.J. Oshieduring NHLanApril10 game. CAROLINAHURRICANES— RecalledFZachBoychukfromCharlotte (AHL). COLUMBUSBLUEJACKETS— SentDTim Ert xon to Springfield(AHL). DETROIT REDWINGS— RecalledGPetr Mrazek from Grand Rapids (AHL). AssignedGJared Coreau to Toledo (ECHL). EDMON TONOILERS—Announcedthe retirement of F Ryan Smyth at theendof theseason. MONTREAL CANADIENS— RecalledFMikeBlunden from Hamilton (AHL). NEW YORKISLANDERS — Recalled F Justin Johnson fromBridgeport (AHL). TAMPABAYLIGHTNING— Recalled F Cedric PaquettefromSyracuse(AHL). TORONTOMAPLELEAFS— NamedBrendanShanahanpresidentandalternategovernor. COLLEGE CINCINN ATI — Announced mens' redshirt junior basketball FJustin Martin hasto transferredto the teamfromXavier. IOWA STATE—SuspendedDLDavid Irving indefinitelyafterbeingarrested. MARSH ALL—Grantedmen'sfreshmanbasketbal GKareem Cantyhis release. MISSOUR I —DismissedWRDorial Green-Beckham. NEBRA SKA— Named Jim Molinari men'sassistant basketballcoach. NEWME XICO— Announcedjunior C Alex Kirk will entertheNBAdraft. SOUTHEASTERNLOUISIANA— NamedJayLadner men'sbasketball coach. TENNE SSEE—Announcedjunior FJarnegStokes will entertheNBAdraft.

PortlandThorns 2014schedule April12 April19 April 26 May 3 May10 May14 May 21 May 24 May 28 June 7 June15 June 21 June 25 June 28 July4 July9 July13 July17 July 20 July 23

July 27 August3 August10 August17

at Houston Dash at Sky Blue Kansas City at Western N.Y.Flash Seattle Reign at Houston Dash Western N.Y.Flash Sky Blue at Boston Breakers Western N.Y.Flash Washington Spirit at Washington Spirit Sky Blue at Kansas City Chicago RedStars at Chicago RedStars Kansas City at Chicago RedStars Boston Breakers at Washington Sprint at Seattle Reign Houston Dash at Boston Breakers Seattle Reign


SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 • THE BULLETIN

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OR LEAGUE BASEBALL catandings

American League

All TimesPDT

Blue Jays 2, Orioles 0

AMERICANLEAGUE

Tampa Bay Toronto Boston NewYork Baltimore Detroit Chicago Cleveland Kansas City Minnesota

East Division W L 6 5 6 5 5 4

5 6 6 6

Central Division W L 5 3 6 5 4 4

5 6 5 6

W 6 6 5 5 4

L 3 4 5 5 7

West Division

Seattle Oakland Los Angeles Texas Houston

Pct GB .545 .545 .455 1 .455 1 .400 I'Iz Pct GB .625 545

I/2

.455 1'/r .444 I'lz .400 2

Pct GB .667 .600 '/r .500 1'/r .500 1'Iz .364 3

Friday's Games

Boston4, N.Y.Yankees2 Toronto2, Baltimore0 Tampa Bay2, Cincinnati1 Texas1,Houston0,12 innings Chicago WhiteSox9, Cleveland6 Minnesota10,KansasCity1 L.A. Angel5, s N.Y.Mets4,11innings SanDiego6, Detroit 0 Seattle 6, Oakland4

Saturday'sGames Boston(Lackey2-0) at N.Y.Yankees (Kuroda 1-1), 10:05a.m. Tampa Bay(Cobb0-1) at Cincinnati (Simon1-0), 10:10a.m. Cleveland(Masterson0-0) at ChicagoWhite Sox (Paulino 0-1),11;10a.m. Kansas City(Shields0-1) atMinnesota(Nolasco0-1), 11:10a.m. Toronto(Hutchison1-1) at Baltimore(B.Norris 0-1), 4:05 p.m. Houston (Cosart 1-1)at Texas(Scheppers 0-1), 5:05 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 0-1) at SanDiego(Kennedy 1-1), 5:40 p.m. N.Y. Mets(Niese0-1) at L.A.Angels(Weaver 0-2), 6;05 p.m. Oakland (Gray 1-0) at Seattle (E.Ram irez 1-1), 6:10 p.m. Sunday'sGames Tampa Bayat Cincinnati,10:10 a.m. TorontoatBaltimore,10:35a.m. ClevelandatChicagoWhite Sox,11;10 a.m. Kansas CityatMinnesota,11:10 a.m. Houstonat Texas,12:05 p.m. N.Y.MetsatL,ArAngels,12;35 p.m. Detroit atSanDiego,1:10 p.m. Oakland atSeatle, 1:10p.m. Bostonat N.Y.Yankees,5:05 p.m. Monday'sGames TampaBayat Baltimore, 4:05p.m. SeattleatTexas,5:05 p.m. Oaklan datL.A.Angels,7:05p.m. NATIONALLEAGUE

Washington Atlanta Miami NewYork Philadelphia Milwaukee Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati

East Division W L 7 6 5 4 4

3 4 6 6 6

Pct GB .700 .600 1 .455 2'I~ .400 3 .400 3

6 6 5 4 3

2 4 5 6 7

Pct GB .600 .600 2 .500 3 .400 4 .300 5

W 7 7 5 4 4

L 4 4 6 6 9

Central Division W L

West Division

LosAngeles SanFrancisco Colorado SanDiego Arizona

Friday's Games Philadelphi6, a Miami3 Tampa Bay2, Cincinnati1 Atlanta7, Washington 6, 10innings Milwaukee 4,Pittsburgh2 Chicago Cubs6, St.Louis 3, 11innings LA. Dodgers 6,Arizona0 L.A. Angel5, s N.Y.Mets4,11innings SanDiego6, Detroit 0 SanFrancisco6, Colorado5

Pct GB .636 .636 .455 2 .400 2'/r .306 4

Today'sGames TampaBay(Cobb0-1) at Cincinnati (Simon1-0), 10:10a.m. ChicagoCubs(Vilanueva1-2) at St. Louis(Wainwright1-1),11:15a.m. Colorado (Anderson 0-2) at SanFrancisco (M.cain 0-1),1:05p.m. Miami (Eovaldi1-1) atPhiladelphia(Pettibone0-0), 4:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Volquez0-0) at Milwaukee(Gallardo2-0), 4:10 p.m. Washington(Jordan0-0) at Atlanta(A.Wood 1-1), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Greinke 2-0) at Arizona(Miley 2-1), 5:10 p.m. Detroit (Verlander 0-1) at SanDiego(Kennedy1-1), 5:40 p.m. N.Y. Mets(Niese0-1) at L.A.Angels(Weaver 0-2), 6:05 p.m. Sunday'sGames Tampa Bayat Cincinnati, 7:10a.m. Miami atPhiladelphia,7:35a.m. WashingtonatAtlanta, 7:35a.m. PittsburghatMilwaukee,11:10a.m. Chicago CubsatSt. Louis,11:15 a.m. N.Y.MetsatLA. Angels, 12:35p.m. Colorado at San Francisco,1:05 p.m. Detroit atSanDiego,1:10 p.m. LA. DodgersatArizona,1:10 p.m. Monday'sGames Atlantaat Philadelphia,4:05p.m. PittsburghatCincinnati, 4:10p.m. Washingtonat Miami,4:10p.m. St. LouisatMilwaukee,5:10p.m. N.Y.MetsatArizona, 6:40p.m. Coloradoat San Diego,7:10p.m.

BALTIMORE — Dustin McGowan allowed five hits over 6'/5 innings to earn his first win since 2008. Making his secondstart since September 2011,the oft-injured McGowan (1-1)walked one, hit two batters and struck out two. Brett Cecil got five straight outs andSergio Santos worked aperfect ninth for his fourth save.Twothrowing errors by third basemanJonathan Schoop provided the BlueJays with a 2-0 lead in thefourth.

White Sox 9, indians 6 CHICAGO — Conor Gillaspie had a career-high four RBls, leading Chris Sale andChicagoover Cleveland. The left-hander allowed three runs and six hits while throwing 105 pitches. Indians starter Carlos Carrasco was tagged for five runs and six hits in 4'/5 innings. Cleveland pitching issued ninewalks and walked in two runs.

National League

Phillies 6, Marlins 3 PHILADELPHIA —Marion Byrd drove in two runs andPhiladelphia Phillies knocked aroundJose Fernandez in one of his worst major league starts. Phillies starter A.J. Burnett left in the fourth inning because of asore groin, but Philadelphia chasedFernandez(2-1)

interieague

Cubs 6, Cardinals 3, 11 innings ST. LOUIS —Welington Castillo hit a three-run homer off closer Trevor Rosenthal in the 11th inning. Nate Schierholtz doubled for his fourth straight hit to lead off the11th-inning rally.

Rays 2, Reds1 CINCINNATI —David Price took a shutout into the ninth andMatt Joyce homered for TampaBay. Longoria singled home arun in the first inning.

Chicago

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Brown Continued from C1 He did not make another appearance in the backfield for the Beavers until later in the season in a blowout loss to Washing-

ton, but he made the most of his chance with 73 yards on seven carries and a touchdown.

"I feel like this year he's coming into a state where he wants to play and he's playing well," Ward said. "He still has stuff he needs to grow on but he's matured and he's a redshirt sophomore, he's been here

three years, so it's exciting to see how he's

for Brown, who is listed at 5 feet 10 and ning backs need to perfect before being 202 pounds. allowed to see the field. "The big thing I'm working on right Brown's abilities stood out on tape and in person when running backs coach now is my blocking technique," Brown Chris Brasfield went to Fresno, Calif., to said. "I feel like that's one of the big things see him play for San Joaquin Memorial for me. "Everybody knows how big blocking is. High. "Chris has really good timing when The betteryou are, the more of a chance he's running the ball and hitting the hole," you have to play." Brasfield said. "He's got good feet, some Brown was ranked as the No. 22 runquicks, he's got a little bit of make you ning back by ESPN and was recruited by miss. He can make a guy miss in space. most Pac-12 schools, along with Purdue, So he's got some of that natural ability Missouri and Fresno State. It was a big there." signing for the Beavers, and Brasfield is Spring practices give Brown and his looking for Brown to make an impact. "He had some choices, so we were refellow running backs a perfect opportuni-

progressed since he got here his first fall camp when he was a little timid to get hit. ty to sharpen their skills. Now he's delivering the blow and giving They have been working on ball secuguys some punishment." rity, receiving and footwork. High on the Running with the ball comes naturally list is pass protection, a skill all OSU run-

ally excited to have him," Brasfield said.

"He's got in and found his way on special teams and working hard on that, and now we expect him to keep getting better."

Ducks WR Addison likely to missseason Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison will likely miss most of the 2014 seasonafter tearing the ACLin his left knee while making a cut in a noncontact drill during practice Wednesday. Addison's status has not beenmadepublic by Oregon. Practices are closed to the public and to themedia, andcoach Mark Helfrich does not typically comment on injuries. As a sophomore lastseason,Addisonwassecondontheteam in catches (61), receiving yards (890) and receiving touchdowns (7). Oregon also loses its first-, third- and fourth-leading pass catchers from 2013 in graduated receivers Josh Huff andDaryle Hawkinsand NFL-bound runningbackDe'AnthonyThomas. Oregon still has astrong contingent of young receivers competing for playing time, including ChanceAllen, Devon Allen, Jalen Brown, B.J. Kelley andDwayneStanford. Darren Carrington is out indefinitely with a wrist injury. — The (Eugene)Register-Guard


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Heat 98, Pacers 86

Bucks119, Cavaliers116

INDIANA(86) George7-17 5-7 22,West7-13 4-4 18, Hibbert 2-71-2 5, GHig0-0 0-0 0, Stephenson4-72-211, Mahinmi1-10-02, Turner1-5 0-03, Watson3-52-2 10, Scola5-82-212,Copeland1-20 03, LAgen0-0 0-00, Butler0-00-00, Sloan0-00-00. Totals 316516-19 86. MIAMI (98) James11-2012-1336, Haslem5-71-411, Bosh 4 92 210, Chalmers 6140 013, Douglas3 300 7, RAffen 3-73-310, Cole1-30-03, Lewis1-81-2 3, Andersen1-43 4 5,Battier 000 00, Bea sley 0 0 0-00,Hamilton0-00-00,Jones0-00-00.Totals 35-75 22-2898. Indiana 25 17 20 24 — 86 Miami 23 22 31 22 — 98

CLEVELAND (116) Gee 3-83-4 9, Thom pson 5-8 8-10 18, Hawes 7-12 0-015,Irving4-124-412, Waiters8-156-823, Jack 7-135-521,Varejao1-31-2 3, Deffavedova2-6 0-04, Zeffer5 81-211. Totals 42-85 28 35116. MILWAUKEE (119) Middleton 7-110-017, Adrien3-103-69, Pachulia 6-13 4-516, Knight8-17 5-624, Sessions6-12 8-9 20,Henson7-91-415, Antetokounmpo0-33-6 3, Wright7-90-014, Raduljica0-01-21. Totals 4484 25-38119. Cleveland 32 37 18 29 — 116 Milwaukee 37 25 30 27 — 119

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Spurs 112, Suns104

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PHOENIX (104) Tucker1-80-03,Frye5-92-213,Plumlee3-60-0 6, Bledsoe11-166-830,G.Green9-195-527, Smith 1-30-02, Mark.Morris8-144-420, Marc.Morris1-7 0-03, Goodwin0-00-00,Len0-00-00.Totals39-

scoring flurry. "That first 3 felt real good," Lillard said. "Once that went down, I felt if I got another clean look, I'm gonna raise up again. And then it happened a couple more times." Lillard scored 14 of his 16 points in a key run to rally the Portland Trail Blazers past the

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HOUSTON (110) Parsons11-191-2 27,Jones5-11 0-010, Asik coming. As a point guard, 3-7 3-4 9, Lin3-105-614, Harden7-1415-19 33, you're the head of the team," Motie junas2-50-2 4,Canaan0-2 0-00,Garcia2-8 Lillard said. 0-04, Casspi3-73-3 9.Totals 36-83 27-36110. MINNESOT(112) A But even the second-year Hummel2-8 0-0 5,Cunningham 7-156-1020, Dieng6-130-012, Rubio5-166-1116,Brewer19-30 guard didn't know when his of11-1551, MbahaMoute1-82-24, Turiafg-1 0-00, fense would start flowing. Barea1-32-24. Totals 41-9427-49112. When it finally did, the Jazz Houston 32 31 21 26 — 110 Minnesota 39 20 23 30 — 112 had no answer.

Friday's Games Washington96, Orlando86 NewYork108,Toronto100 Atlanta93, Brooklyn88 Boston106,Charlotte103 Miami98,Indiana86 Chicago106,Detroit 98 Minnesota112,Houston110 Oklahoma City116, NewOrleans94 Memphis117,Philadelphia95 Milwaukee119,Cleveland116 SanAntonio112,Phoenix104 Portland111,Utah99 GoldenState112,LA. Lakers95. Today'sGames Sacramento atL.A. Clippers,12:30p.m. MilwaukeeatWashington, 4p.m. Philadelphiat a Charlotte,4 p.m. Bostonat Cleveland,4:30p.m. Miami atAtlanta,4:30p.m. NewOrleansatHouston,5 p.m. PhoenixatDalas, 5:30p.m. Utah atDenver,6p.m. Sunday'sGames Oklahoma City at Indiana,10a.m. TorontoatDetroit, 12:30p.m. OrlandoatBrooklyn, 3p.m. Chicagoat NewYork,4:30 p.m. GoldenStateat Portland, 6p.m. MinnesotaatSacramento, 6p.m. MemphisatL.A.Lakers, 6;30 p.m.

Hawks 93, Nets 88 ATLANTA (93)

Carroll 6-110-012, Migsap10-196-6 27, Brand 2-2 0-0 4,J.Teague7-158-8 22, Korver 1-8 1-13, Antic 2-60-04, L.Wiliams1-43-45, Martin0-10-0 0, Scott4-70-0 8, Schroder1-40-0 2, Muscala2-2 2-2 6.Totals 36-7929-2193.

BROOKLYN (88) Kirilenko3-6 2-4 8, Pierce5-14 2-6 13,Garnett 2-6 0-2 4,Gutierrez4-5 3-4 11,Johnson4-15 0-0 9, Plumlee 6 65 717, Teletovic2 62 2 8, MTeague 2-5 0-04, Thornton 6-170-014. Totals 34-801425 88. Atlanta 16 39 19 19 — 93 Brooklyn 23 24 26 15 — 88

Celtics106, Bobcats103 CHARLOTTE (103) Kidd-Gilchrist 5-90-1 10,McRoberts 3-5 0-09, Jefferson16-260-032,Ridnour4-90-09, Henderson 4-81-211, Zeller1-31-23, Neal6-80-013, Pargo 2-100-04,Douglas-Roberts3-86-712, Biyombo0-1 0-00. Totals 44-878-12103. BOSTON (106) Green8-11 1-1 18,Bass7-124-418, Sullinger 8-13 2-220,Pressey4-110-010, Bradley8-162-2 22,Bayless0-42-22,Humphries2-50-04,Dlynyk 4-6 2-2 12,Johnson0-10-0 0. Totals 41-791313 106. CharloNe 29 26 20 28 — 193 28 29 27 22 — 106 Boston

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Miller 7-132-218, Withey4-12 0-28, Stiemsma 0-1 1-21, Evans5-112-213, Rivers7-13 2-318, Ajinca4-114-412, Morrow1-92-25,Aminu1-20-0 2, Roberts0-4 2-22, Babbitt 2-3 0-05, Southerland 4-70-010.Totals 35-8615-1994. OKLAHOMA CITY (116) Durant10-187-927,Ibaka6-84-416, Perkins1-3 0-02, Westbrook10-17 4-424, Sefolosha1-20-02, Coff ison2-42-36,Butler2-50-05,Jackson3-84-4 11, Fisher2 20 05,Jones2 60 05, Adams2 20-1 4,Lamb3-62-29,Thabeet0-10-00.Totals44-82 23-27 116.

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NEWYORK(108) Anthony8-1713-1430,Stoudemire10-144-624, Chandler1-24-46, Felton 4-124-412, Smith4-10 4-415, Shum pert 4-93-411, HardawayJr 2-5 0-04, WASHINGTO N(96) Summaries Ariza3102 28, Booker 7100 014, Gortat412 Aldrich 0-10-0 0, Prigioni 2-30-0 6. Totals 35-73 Frtdny'sGames 32-36 108. 4412, Wall 3104410, Beal41061016, Nene 7-11 3-617,Webster 0-21-21, PorterJr 4-101-1 9, TORONTO (100) Harrington3-73-49,Tem ple0-00-00, Miler0-00-0 Ross4122 213,Johnson010 00,Valanciunas Trail Btazers111, Jazz99 5-144-714,Lowry7-137-925,DeRozan6-1812-13 0. Totals 35-8224-3396. ORLANDO (86) 26,Patterson2-30-06,Vasquez2-60-06,Salmons PORTLAND (111) 0-010,Hansbrough0-0 0-00, Hayes0-0 0-0 0, H arkl e ss 1-4 0-0 2, O' Q ui n n 6-91-413, Dedm on Batum6-112-215, Aldridge8-192-218, Lopez 1-7 2-2 4,Nelson5-162-412, Afflalo6-14 6-619, 4-7 Novak0-20-00.Totals 30-76 25-31100. 5-13 2-212, Lillard4-104-416, Matthews6-14 6-8 son2-8 0-04, Lamb4-50-011, Oladipo3-5 New York 24 21 33 30 — 108 21, Robinson 4-60-08, M Wigiams1-71-24, Barton Nichol 6, Harris4-72-2 10, Moore0-2 5-6 5. Totals Toronto 26 21 30 23 — 100 3-4 2-2 8,Wright2-2 0-0 5,McCollum1-1 1-2 4, 0-0 32-7718-24 86. Claver0-00-0 0, Leonard0-00-0 0. Totals 40-87 Washington 17 28 22 29 — 96 20-24111. Grizzlies117, 76ers 95 Orlando 29 22 19 16 — 86 UTAH (99) Hayward 4-9 5-614, Favors10-171-121,Kanter PHILADELPHIA (95) 6-163-315, Burke 5-160-014, Burks 7-111-216, Bulls106, Pistons 98 Thompson1-30-03,Young8-170-018, Sims4-8 Evans 2-30-04,Jeff erson3-42-28,Gobert3-71-2 1-2 9,Carter-Wiliams4-130-08, Anderson2-40-0 7, Garrett0-3 0-00. Totals 40-8613-16 99. DETROIT (98) 5, Williams6-110-1 13,Varnado2-3 2-26, Wroten Porlland 23 39 23 35 —111 Singler3-102-28, Monroe3-91-4 7, Drummond 6-14 6-818, Mullens2-6 0-2 5, Davies1-4 0-0 2, 11-17 4-926,Jennings 7-172-217, Stuckey10-18 Thomas2-30-04,Ware1-22-24.Totals39-88 utah 31 20 25 23 — 99 3-PointGoals—Portland11-22 (Lilard 4-6, Mat- 2-4 22, Siva4-7 2-2 12,Jerebko1-4 0-0 3, Cald- 11-17 95. thews3-7, McCollum1-1,Wright1-1, M. Wiliams well-Pope1-40-03.Totals 40-8613-23 98. MEMPHIS (117) 1-3, Batum1-4), Utah6-13 (Burke4-6, Burks1-2, CHICAGO (106) Johnson4-82-210, Randolph4-122-210, Gasol Hayward1-3, Jefferson 0-1, Garrett 0-1). Fouled Dunleavy5-11 1-1 14,Boozer7-8 4-5 18,Noah 9-12 2-321,Conley0-3 2-22, Lee3-63-3 9,Allen Dut — None. Rebounds—Portland48 (Aldridge14), 2-10 2-2 6,Hinrich 5-130-010, Butler 5-132-213, 5-7 5-715, Calathes3-7 6-9 12,Davis 1-2 0-2 2, Utah 52(Kanter 13).Assists—Portland23(Batum7), Augustin 7-149-1024, Gibson7-10 3-3 17,Mo- Miller 8-110-019, Koufos2-62-2 6, Leuer1-30-0 Utah 26(Burke11). Total Fouls—Portland 12, Utah hammed2-20-04,Snell0-00-00.Totals40-81 2, Udrih2-20-04, Franklin2-20-05. Totals 44-81 19. A —19,248(19,911). 21-23106. 24-32 117. Detroit 28 28 24 18 — 98 Philadelphia 24 2 317 31 — 95 Chicago 17 21 32 36 — 106 Memphis 30 27 30 30 — 117

Wizards 96, Magic 86

points, LaMarcus Aldridge had 18 points and 14 rebounds — his 40th double-doubleand Nicolas Batum added 15 points to keep Portland in the

race to host a first-round playoff series.

Derrick Favors scored 21 points and Enes Kanter had 15

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points and 13 rebounds, but the

Jazz have lost eight of nine. Early in the fourth quarter, the Jazz led by two and Lillard

game," Portland coach Terry

throws.

"We closed out with our hands down," Utah coach Ty Corbin said. "But give them credit, they made plays down

other end. "We just knew we had to

take care of business. We got locked in and played better defense. It was just an under-

the Rockets 112-110 on Friday.

standing," Aldridge said.

court. If we can get it, we definitelywant it. We saw Houston

from beyond the arc in the final period and though they

"You always want home

The Blazers went 7 for 8

lost so that helps our chances," were outrebounded by a 47Aldridge said. 41 margin, Portland grabbed Portland won its final road four offensive rebounds to get double-digits for the first time game of the season and has second shots down the stretch. "We're coming together at at 96-85 with 6:28 remaining two remaining at home. The and soon earned their sev- Blazers swept the Jazz for the the right time. Defensively enth victory in their past eight first time in franchise history. we've been locked in and our games. The Blazers' defense had offense is starting to come "He hit those 3s and he just improved over the past few around again.We're looking kind of felt it. Those 3s really months but the Jazz got the forward to the playoffs," Stotts the stretch." After that, the Blazers led by

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points and Bradley Beal added time defending NBA cham- starters against Milwaukee on 16 as Washington overcame a pions opened the second half Wednesday in an effort to rest sluggish offense. with a 16-0 run on the way to for this one, and have insisted Celtics 106, Bobcats 103: beating the Pacers 98-86 — a throughout this season that BOSTON — Avery Bradley win that vaulted Miami a half- they wanted the No. 1 seed af- scored 22 points, Phil Pressey game ahead of Indiana in the ter losing a Game 7 in Miami to had a career-high 13 assists race for a No. 1 seed in the close the East finals a year ago and Boston snapped a nine— still play Oklahoma City and game losing streak. playoffs. "This is not the biggest game Orlando. Thunder 116, Pelicans 94: we've played in our four years "As of now it's not in our OKLAHOMA CITY — Kevin together," James said. "It's al- hands," George said, "and Durant scored 27 points, Rusways great to have competitive we're perfectly fine with it." sellWestbrook added 24 and games like this in the regular Indiana scored 13 straight Oklahoma City clinched at season. I mean, we've played points, getting within 76-67. least the No. 2 seed in the WestGame 7 in the Finals before. It But Evan Turner was whistled ern Conference. doesn't get nobigger than that." for a technical after arguing Grizzlies 117, 76ers 95: True, but this had plenty of a non-call from two posses- MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Marc meaning. sions earlier, Allen made a free Gasol had 21 points and 10 reMiami (54-25) leads the Pac- throw to end the Heat drought, bounds and Mike Miller added ers (54-26) by the slimmest of and that started a 9-0 rebuttal 19 points for Memphis. margins in the East race. The run by the Heat. Bulls 106, Pistons 98: CHIHeat play at Atlanta today, at R ashard L e w i s en d e d CAGO — D.J. Augustin scored Washington on Monday and that spurt with a dunk, good 24 points, Taj Gibson added then close at home against enough to earn him a chest- 17, and Chicago rallied from Philadelphia on Wednesday. bump from James moments 18 down to win it s seventh Win them all, and the road to later, and Miami was up by 18 straight. the East title goes through Mi- again. A few minutes later, the Ttmberttvolves 112, Rockets ami again. game was over, the standings 110: MINNEAPOLIS — Corey "We know what's going on had flipped and Miami was on Brewer scored a career-high 51 out there," Heat forward Chris top. points and Gorgui Dieng hit a "I would love to see us play shortjumper with 4.6 seconds Bosh said. "We know what's going to happen. We're in the with this intensity, to our iden- to play to lift Minnesota. Brewmiddle of trying to put every- tity, tomorrow night," Heat er made 19 of 30 shots, easily thing together for ourselves coach Erik Spoelstra said. "If surpassing his previous career and I think today was a good we do that, the results seem to high of 29 points. step forward for us." take care of themselves." Bucks 119, Cavaliers 116: Mario Chalmers scored In other games Friday: MILWAUKEE Brandon 13, Udonis H aslem a dded Spurs 112, Suns 104: SAN Knight scored 24 points and 11 and Bosh and Ray Allen ANTONIO — Danny Green Ramon Sessions added 20 as each scored 10 for the Heat, had a career-high 33 points Milwaukee preserved its slim who had lost two straight and and San Antonio rallied from hopes of avoiding the NBA's were looking up at Indiana for a 21-point deficit to clinch the worst record. much of the season in the East league's best record. Warriors 112, Lakers 95: staIlrhIlgs. Knicks 108, Raptors 100: LOS ANGELES — Stephen Paul George scored 22 for TORONTO — Carmelo Antho- Curry had 30 points, 12 assists Indiana, which got 18 from Da- ny scored 30 points and Amare and 10 rebounds as Golden vid West, 12 from Luis Scola Stoudemore had 24 points and State clinched a playoffberth. scored 36 points and the two-

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Bulletin staff report Ryan DeCastilhos knows every blade of grass at Broken Top Club, according to Bend High coach Rusty Clemons. And on Friday, it paid off for the junior Lava Bear golfer. Despite openingthe round withtwo straight bogeys, DeCastilhos rattled off four birdies over the next seven

holes en route to a first-place finish at the Summit Invitational boys golf tournament at the west-side Bend golf

course. "My putting was a lot better," said DeCastilhos, who finished with a

2-under-par 70fourdaysaftercarding an 8-over 80 at the Pronghorn Tournament. "It's not quite where I want

it to be; I definitely left some strokes out there. But it was way better than

Monday." Behind DeCastilhos, as well as Max McGee's75,Bend High won the nineteam tournament with a 304, edging

the Summit Ateambytwo strokes. Four golfers from that Storm group cracked the top 10, as Riley Goldstein and Cole Chrisman (each with a 76) and Jack Loberg and Ryan Blackwell (each with a 77) tied for fifth and seventh, respectively,in the 45-golfer field. Paced by Max Higlin's 78, the Summit B squad, which was fourth behind West Linn with a 330, narrowly best-

ed Crook County, which posted a 331. Kody Kuk led the Cowboys with a 75

to tie for third overall, while Mayson Baker combined to throw a no-hitter MOND — South Medford cashed in Tibbs carded a 77. against the Cougars in a noncon- on 11 hits and eight walks en route to Ridgeview took sixth w it h 349, ference game. Mountain View (5-4) the nonconference decision over Redthanks in part to a 79 by Jimi Seeley, opens up Intermountain Hybrid play mond. The host Panthers (5-6) led 1-0 ascorematched by Mason Krieger of Wednesday with a d oubleheader in the first inning on an RBI single by Mountain View, which finished sev- against Ridgeview. Ben Burroughs. But South Medford enth with a 373. Brenon Thornton had Elmira 15, Sisters 0: SISTERS(7-3) answered with three runs in the a 90 to lead the way for eighth-place The Outlaws dropped to 0-3 in Sky- second, then broke the game open Redmond. Sisters, which rounded out Em League play and 0-11 overall with with four runs in the sixth. Redmond the standings with a 472, was paced the loss. rallied in the seventh as Derek Brown by Nolan Ferwalt's 100. Sweet Home10, La Pine 0: SWEET followed three consecutive singles HOME — The Huskies were up three with a two-run double. But the uprisIn other Friday action: SOFTBALL runs by the third and tacked on sev- ing ended there for the Panthers, who South Medford4-10,Redmond 0-2: en more in the next three innings. La finished with five hits and saw their MEDFORD — The Panthers had no Pine (0-3 Sky-Em, 6-7 overall) was two-game winning streak snapped. answers for Pat Moore. The fresh- held to one hit, by Kinsey Pinckney South Medford 10, Summit 3: REDman left-hander for South Medford ,in the first inning. "We played re- MOND — The Storm dropped to 5-3 struck out 24 batters over two games ally well defensively," Hawks coach overall with a n o nconference loss to lead South Medford to a sweep of Tom Welker said. "We made a few to the Panthers at Redmond High. a nonconference doubleheader over errors but there was nothing really Chris Mason went 3 '/ innings on the Redmond. Moore fanned 15 batters earth-shattering." mound for Summit, striking out four in the opener and allowed just one hit Central Linn 12, Culver 5: CULVER while giving up just one hit and a run. — a fourth-inning single by Madison — Marie Schumacherwent 2 for 4 Colby Scott was 2 for 3 with an RBI to Edwards — to upstage a solid com- with a double and Cheryl Aldred was lead the Storm. Summit opens Interplete-game performance by Panther 2 for 3, but the visiting Cobras posted mountain Conference play Monday at sophomore Monica Reed (eight hits, nine runs in the first three innings to Bend High. two strikeouts, two walks, two runs). grab the Class 2A/IA Special District Ridgeview20-14, Estacada1-6: REDIn thesecond game, Kiahna Brown 3 victory. Kellee Anderson and Taylor MOND — The Ravens banged out hit a triple to lead off the fourth and Lynn recorded defensive highlights a total of 38 hits in their nonleague Hailey Burress added an RBI single for Culver (2-3 SD3, 2-12 overall). An- doubleheader sweep of the Rangers. as Redmond (3-8) took a 2-0 lead. But derson made a shoestring catch in In the first game, George Mendazona the rest of the scoring was all South center field before Lynn recorded an went 4 for 4 with two triples for the Medford (5-4), and Moore struck out over-the-shoulder at second base that Ravens (8-1), Tyler Ross was 3 for 4 another nine batters in four innings of got the Bulldogs out of a bases-loaded with a pair of doubles and four RBIs, relief. jam. and TyrusReitzwas 2 for3 w ith three Hood River Valley12, Mountain View BASEBALL RBIs. After falling behind 3-0 in the 0: The Eagles' Kayla Byers and Rose South Medford 7, Redmond 3: RED- second inning of the second game,

Ridgeview put up six runs in the second and added two in the fourth and six more in the fifth. Collin Runge was 2 for 3 with five RBIs induding an inside-thepark grand slam. Mendazona posted another triple in a 3-for-4

effort, Ross was 3 for 3, and Will Branson went 3 for 4. The Ravens open up Intermountain Hybrid play Monday against Mountain View. Sisters 4, Elmira0: ELMIRA — With Justin Harrer and Jardon Weems limiting the Falcons to just two hits, the

Outlaws used a four-run third inning to claim a Sky-Em League victory. Harrer struck out seven against just one walk in five innings and helped his own cause with a two-run hit in

the third. Cody Kreminski belted a two-run double for Sisters (3-0 SkyEm, 9-2 overall), and Ben Larson had two hits. Sweet Home 12, La Pine1: LA PINE

— The slumping Hawks scored first in the Sky-Em League contest when Keagan Mortoncame home on a Josh Simmons single for a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Huskies (2-1 SkyEm, 7-3 overall) scored three in the second and piled on nine more runs to

win in six innings via the 10-run rule. La Pine (0-3, 1-12) was limited to three hits, all singles. BOYSLACROSSE

Summit 21, Roseburg 4: The Storm cruised past the Indians at home in a

nonconference match.

NHL ROUNDUP

or a o s,its oe, ana a' • Canadiens are the lone playoff team from the Great White North The Associated Press For the first time since

trading goaltender Roberto Luongo to Florida less than a year after sending Cory Schneider to New Jersey.

Now Gillis is gone and Linden must pick up the pieces. Shanahan gets to do the same in Toronto, where the Leafs fell apart down t he

stretch, losing eight straight games in regulation. What seemed like a bright future season. The Montreal Cana- when they nearly upset Bosdiens represent the nation's ton in the opening round only hope of ending a 21- of last spring's playoffs has year Stanley Cup drought, turned murky. 1973, there is just one Canadian team in the NHL post-

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Ridgeview's Brett Blundell returns a ball during a Summit Tournament singles match against Crescent Valley's Luka Soskik on Friday at the Athletic Club of Bend.

Boys tennis

No. 2 doubles team of Quin-

Continued from C1 Jakob Lenschen had a 6-3, against Churchill. 6-4 victory at No. 2 singles Ridgeview, the lone 4A

Crescent Valley 6-2. The Ra- ry. The No. 4 doubles team of vens' lone wins came in dou- Braden and Matt Allen won bles action, as the No. 3 pair- by forfeit. ing of Corbin Carpenter and The Summit Tournament Tommy Wright collected a continues today at 8 a.m. at

for Mountain View, while the

thrilling 2-6, 6-4, 13-11 victo-

t an Smith and Grant M i l l er booked a 6-2, 6-2 victory s chool in t h e

f i eld, fell t o

Girls tennis Continued from C1 Summit plays West Salem today at 8:30 a.m. in the silver b racket semifinal r ound a t

Bend High. Ridgeview takes on 'Ibalatin at the same time at Ju-

niper Park. Bend, Mountain View and Sisters each went 0-2 on Friday.

The host Lava Bears dropped duals to Beaverton (7-1) and West Salem (4-4, West Salem

won on sets), Sisters fell to Summit and Jesuit (8-0), and Mountain View lost 6-2 to both

Central Catholic and Tualatin. JaneaSchaumloeffe lled the Lava Bears with a win at No. 4

singles against Beaverton and a victory at No. 3 doubles in Bend's match with West Salem.

Bend and MountainView duel today at 8:30 a.m at Summit i n b r onze-bracket play.

Sisters faces OES at Mountain View at the same time.

the Athletic Club of Bend.

PREP SCOREBOARD

and that's a long shot.

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ward Mike Cammalleri, who

Unlike the Canucks, the

Across the rest of the nier's groin injury March 13 country, d i s appointmentbegan the spiral, and even reigns. Bernier's r e tur n c o u ldn't "It's not f un , fo r s u re," stop the Leafs from disapsaid Calgary Flames for- pearing from contention. spentpartsofthree seasons Leafs didn't begin firing with Montreal. "The players people immediately. Instead, on the team, I can tell you for they hired Shanahan away sure, feel it. It weighs a lot on from the league office. O ttawa also m ade t h e you, no doubt. "That's part of also what playoffs last season and now makes it so special to play in is on the outside. Like Torona Canadian market. When to, the Senators fell apart in it goes the other way, there's March, a six-game losing no more rewarding feeling." streak the most damaging. Playoff hopes s lipped In Friday's games: a way a t d i ff erent t i m es Lightning 3, Blue Jackets during the 2013-14 season 2: TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa for Vancouver, Toronto, Ot- Bay's Kristers Gudlevskis tawa, Edmonton, Winnipeg

Boys golf Summit Invitational BrokenTopClub Par 72 Teamwinner — Bend,304. Medalist — Ryan DeCastilhos, Bend,70. Bend(304)— RyanDeCastilhos70,MaxMcGee 75, JackKlar79,Sam Neilsen80,ChapinPedersen

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Summit A (306) — RileyGoldstein 76, Cole Chris mam76,RyanBlackwell77,JackLoberg77,T.K. Wasserman79. Summit B(330) —MaxHiglin78,Eric Wasserman81,AlexBowlin 84,Wil Mayer87. Crook County(331) — KodyKuk75, Mayson Tibbs77,CabeGoehring81,Tom Havey 98,Josh Christian105. Ridgeview (349) —Jimi Seeley79, ChadRoe 86, Jacob Kinzer87, JohnnySpinelli 97,ZachNelson 106. Mountain View (373) — MasonKrieger 79, SethChilcutt 96,BryceAnderson99, Taylor Smith 99, Steven Smallenberg100. Redmond(401) — BrenonThornton 90, Trent Meyer95, AndrewDavis 107,JordanChristianson

109, sonny smith 06. Sisters (472) —NolanFerwalt100, SteenJohnson114,DevinRobilard126, YashaSaldi132, Cade Owen137.

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Girls tennis Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Special Distrid 2 Madras 6, BlanchetCatholic 2 At BlanchetCatholic, Salem Singles —MalaikaR., BC,def. Megan Foristall, M, 6-0,6-0; KendraC., BC,def.Pali Kaloi Jordan,M, 6-0, 6-2; MadrasNo.3 wonby forfeit; MadrasNo. 4 won byforfeit. Doubles — Wendy Galan/Lorena Alonso ,M,def.KellyD./EchoH.,BC,6-0,6-3;Dani Schmaltz/Tyra Thomas, M, def. HannahC./Julia B., BC, 6-4,6-4;JasminMercado/Jessica Gonzalez,M, def. JOJO W./Olivia R.,BC,6-1, 6-0; MadrasNo. 4 won by forfeit.

COLLEGE BASEBALLROUNDUP BeaverS drOPOyener at WSU —Washington State's JoePis-

DuCkS rOII PaSt UCRiverSide — No.25Oregonscored four runs

torese allowed OregonState just four hits in a complete-game effort and the Cougars downedthe Beavers 4-1 Friday night in Pullman, Wash.The Cougars (7-3 Pac-12, 16-14overall) pinned theseason's first loss on OSU ace BenWetzler, who slipped to 6-1. GabeClark hadtwo hits for the Beavers (9-4, 25-7), including a two-out single to trigger a ninth-inning rally. Logan Ice followed with a double, but Pistorese retired CalebHamilton on a ground ball to endthe threat.

in the third inning to break ascoreless tie and that was all TommyThorpe would need to leadthe Ducks to a7-2 win over UCRiverside in Eugene on Friday. Tyler Baumgartner hit a three-run double with two outs to give the Ducks (25-10) a 3-0 lead. Kyle Garlick added anRBIsingle. Thorpe (5-3) allowed one run ontwo hits while striking out seven in seven innings. Garlick was 3 for 4 with a solo homerun. — Bulletin staff reports

and Calgary, culminating Tuesday night when the

made 36 saves to win his NHL debut and Eric Brewer

scored two goals. Stars 3, Blues 0: DALeliminated. LAS — Trevor Daley had Change has already come a goal and an assist, Kari for some clubs and more is Lehtonen recorded his fifth on the way. Flames general shutout of the season, and manager Jay Feaster, Ca- Dallas clinched its first playnucks GM Mike Gillis and off berth since 2008. Jets coach Claude Noel have I slanders 3, Devils 2 : already lost their jobs as part NEWARK, N.J. — Frans of this lost season. Nielsen, Josh Bailey and And already, Vancouver Ryan Strome scored in the hired Trevor Linden and To- shootout for New York in ronto brought in Brendan what might have been New Shanahan to oversee what Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur's final start. comes next. The biggest collapse has Sharks 5, Avalanche 1: been by the Canucks. SAN JOSE, Calif. — Marty A ll seemed well at t h e Havlat scored threegoalsfor start of 2014 for the peren- the first time in nearly nine nial contenders who came years, and San Jose preventwithin one win of capturing ed Colorado from clinching the Stanley Cup two seasons the Central Division title. ago. Daniel and Henrik SeHurricanes 2, Red Wings1: din had new four-year con- DETROIT — Cam Ward had tract extensions, and a 10-1-2 28 saves, and Carolina won Leafs were the final team

December had Vancouver in

at the Detroit for the first

playoff position. Then the bottom fell out. Seven losses in eight games to start January brought signs of trouble. Mercurial

time since 1989, when the

coach John Tortorella's infamous attempt to enter the

Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 51st goal to help lead Washington. Jets 5, Flames 3: CAL-

Hurricanes were the Hart-

ford Whalers. Capitals 4, Blackhawks 0:

WA S H I NGTON

Flames' locker room after a brawl made things worse. In March, Gillis blamed GARY, Alberta — Paul Postinjuries and the locker room ma's first goal of the season incident for t h e C anucks' at 9:16 of the third period free fall that also included was the game-winner.


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GOLF: MASTERS NOTEBOOK

Bubba

way. I figured it out my way. So it just

Continued from C1

u un in

0 avori es

Drives that go so far there are no trees to stop them. Nine-irons that fly

takes me a little bit longer with the mental focus and drive to get back to w h e r e I a m today." W her e t hat was Friday was three

By Joe Juliano

186 yards. And five straight birdies shots ahead of John Senden as Watthrough a wind that did more than just son wrapped up business early and whisper through the Georgia pines. h e a ded back to his rental home. He's All by a lefthander with a funny got two of them here, so he and his swing, a pink driver, and a way of w i fe and son can stay in one while

The Philadel phia tnquirer

talking that makes it sound like he's

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Talk about an unkind cut.

in a hurry to get to the air-

at 4-over 148, and the likes of Phil

I';rl

Mickelson, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia, Webb Simpson, and past cham-

s

pions Charl Schwartzel and Zach

Johnson will not be seen any more this year at Augusta National Golf Club. Mickelson, t h ree-time w i n ner

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of the green jacket, was betrayed again by his short game. He carded a triple-bogey on No. 12, going from front bunker to back bunker with his second shot, and back bunker to

front bunker with his third. "There was no sand where I was at," Mickelson said of the first bunbunker and bladed it across the

green. The same thing happened on the other side. It went back and forth, three bunkers, before I finally

Chris Carlson/The Associated Press

Ernie Els chips out of a bunker on the second hole during the second round of the Masters on Friday. Els missed the cut.

It's him again

"I felt the pressure last year, but

If it's Friday at the Masters, Fred got it to stay on grass." Mickelson rallied with birdies Couples must be contending. on 14, 15, and 17, but a bogey on 16 The 54-year-old Couples put stunted his charge. He finished with himself in position yet again at the a 73 for 149. halfway point of the year's first The cut at the Masters is the low

major with a 1-under 71. He was tied for seventh place at 142, five

50 players and anyone tied for 50th, plus those within 10 strokes of the strokes off the lead. lead. With Bubba Watson running It marked the fifth straight year away at 7-under, the 10-shot rule did

needs to get away from YeSterday, Atlanta. everytlnng t ha t i s the 'Tve never had a swing When /g p t Maste r s . "Like yesterday, when coach, never had a lesson," d ' // Watson said. "So it's all I got done, I knew how slap cuts, I guess you could hpw gOOd the go o d the round was, so no say, with my driver. They ppUnd Wa S TV wa s t urned on," Watget out there pretty far, p n p Tp son sa i d . "I didn't want to though." hear anything. I just want That's hardly a r ev- Wa S tUI'ned to pl a y my golf, and that's elation for anyone who p n / di d n ' t what I ' v e beendoingover watched Watson win here the last year and a half tt h two years ago when he sinceIwon." went on a back nine bird- an y t h ing, / That migh t b e e v e n ie binge to tie Oosthuizen. juSt Want tp h ard« « do sh « l d t h He then hit it deep into the /f gam e plan he brought here treeson No. 10beforebend- P /y y g r t h is week end up succeeding a wedge shot almost 90 and t h a t 'S ing. H e wants to keep it as degrees onto the green for What /'ye simple as possible, hitting the winning birdie. fairways and greens and It was one of the most g lett i n g e v erything else improbable shots ever, one PVBI' the yeal' t a k e care of itself. that will live in Masters and a ha/f I t didn't work o n t h e port for the next flight to

The qualifying number for the weekend at the Masters came in

ker shot. "I caught the liner of the

f r i ends and relatives get the other. He needs t h e q u i et,

that Couples, the 1992 champion,

not apply. held a spot in the top 10 through Rory McIlroy, the last player to two rounds. "Can I win it'? Yeah, that's why finish the second round, had to sink a five-foot par putt to become I'm here," Couples said. "I can't the 51st player to make the cut. He compete with these guys over a has today's first tee time, 10:15 a.m., year, but on one week I can comand will play with a non-competing pete, and I have to do it" today. marker.

He must improve in that area.

"It was very frustrating," said In the last two years, Couples has McIlroy, who shot a 77. "I just really fired a 75 and a 77 in the third couldn't get anything to go my way." round.

lore. But some thought the

.

ninth hole, where W at-

n

I really didn't play poorly," he said. "I made triple on 17, which really looked bad. Then I didn't play too bad on Sunday to have a good

win was a fluke, especially

finish. But I want to play better" Saturday.

ofbeing a Masters champion. the back nine showed that being his "How many green jackets you o w npsychologistmaybeworking. "What I'm trying to do is go back got?e he asked. "If you had one, you would celebrate it for a year or two." t o being a kid again and just rejoic-

History approaching?

lengthy slump while trying to deal with the demands

Watson said he spent far too much

Twenty-year-oldJordan Spieth can become the first Masters rookie to win the tournament since 1979,

and the youngest winner of alltime. But he's not getting ahead of

himself.

"I'm still fa r

f r o m c ontention;

we're only at the halfway point," he said after shooting a 70 that put him in a tie for third. "I think contention is the back nine Sunday. But I'm in a

position to put myself into that contention and see what I can do."

son stopped in mid-swing PhotograPher Bubba Watson when a moved in front of him. But the run he then made on

when Watson went into a

i n g," Watson said. "As a kid, you don't

time dealing with sponsors and trying think about the bad days. You always tojugglefamilylifewiththeinfantson t hink about the great days. So playhe and his wife adopted just before ing here at Augusta, there's a lot of the Masters win. He wasn't practicing people that wished they could play well, and there were those thousands this tournament and a lot of people of yellow flags he had to sign. that wish they could play this tournaBy the time Watson won the North-

m e nt more than once."

ern Trust Open earlier this year, he E v e n better for Watson is that he's was wondering if he would ever win 36 holes away from winning it more again. than once. "You know, I do everything my Tim Dahlbergis a columnist way," he said. "I learned the game my for The Associated Press

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yen, recovering a portion of its losses from earlier in the week. The dollar was nearly flat against the euro.

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BRIEFING Bronco Billy's in Sisters sold New owners acquired Bronco Billy's Ranch Grill and Saloon, Sisters, on April1. Longtime owners John TehanandJohn Kennan sold the restaurant business at190 E. CascadeAve., to Bill and TammyFalconer, owners of the Pilot Butte Drive-In restaurants in Bend. TehanandKennan retired after running the Sisters business for 29 years. "Everything will stay the same," said Bill Falconer on Friday, with some exceptions, that is.

He plans to openBilly's for breakfast as early as June1, with hours tentatively set at 7 a.m. to noon, Falconer said. A handful of employees left after the purchase but most remained on board, he said. The Falconers purchased the Pilot Butte Drive-In on Greenwood Avenue in 2007and opened the Pilot Butte Drive-In West Side on Southwest Century Drive in 2011. Falconer said he may tweak the menu at Bronco Billy's somewhat but leave it largely the same. "We're looking to bring the quality here up to the level weserve at Pilot Butte," he said.

Amazon releasing a smartphone? After years of rumors, Amazon.com Inc. might finally be getting into the smartphone business. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Seattle e-commerce giant will release asmartphone in the secondhalf of the year, citing people briefed on the company's plans. Those people said Amazon plans to announce the phone bythe end of Juneandbegin shipping units by the end of September. A smartphone would be the latest hardware addition for Amazon, which already competes against Apple and Samsung in the tablet space with its Kindle Fire. — Staffand wire reports

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being included. The situation power-steering problems in the has been evolving. We will documents detailingyears of least one internal email exCobalt and G5 that prompted a meet and understand the latest internal deliberations over a change with Mary Barra, a 30- recall forpower-steeringprob- data." dangerous flaw in a small-car year veteran of the company lems in 2010. There is no document reignition switch that the compa- who became chief executive in The document was sent to flecting a follow-up meeting. ny did not disclose to the public January. Barra by Terry Woychowski, During congressional hearuntil this year. Barra has repeatedly said a senior GM engineer at the ings last week, Barra said The documents were rethat she first learned of an time. A top GM safety lawyer, she had no knowledge of the quested as part of an investiinternal investigation of ChevWilliam Kemp, was copied on events leadingup to the Cobalt gation by the House Energy rolet Cobalt ignition switches the memo. recall in February, blaming a and Commerce Committee in December 2013, a fewweeks In the memo, Woychowski lack of communication among into why it took the automaker before she became chief execwas apparently alerting Barra, variousdepartments. more than a decade to disclose utive. A safetyteam had met who was senior vice president In a statement, GM said that the safety issue to the public at that time, and was in the of global product development the steering issue had nothing and to order a recall of the final process of recommending at the time, that the Saturn to do with the ignition switch vehicles with the defective the first recall of Cobalts and Ion might have the same pow- defect. correspondence and other

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Businessowner:Andy Hanna pletely gutted the interior, everything down to Architect:Lenity Architecture, Salem andBend dirt," Wright said. "Wehadto modify the exterior to match Dairy Queencorporate standards." General contractor:Double R Builders, Bend The remodel of the 3,800-square-foot buildDetails:The newhomefor Redmond's Dairy ingcostabout$550,000,hesaid. Queen is nearly complete, with a target opening AndyHanna,theowneroftheRedmond date of April 22. Dairy Queen,saidApril17 will be the last day For about four months, construction to turn of operation for the Dairy Queenat704 S.W. the former Bank ofthe Cascadesbranch on U.S. Sixth St. Highway 97andOdem Medo Way intoaDairy Hannasaidhewantedto movethebusiness Queen hasbeenunderway, said Larry Wright, next to the highwayandhave it in a nicer, more branch manager of Lenity Architecture. modern location. "We used theexisting exterior shell and comHe bought the Dairy Queenabout four years

ago. Since then, hesaid, the restaurant lost some of its parking after the construction of the Jo-Ann Fabric andCraft store. He said space limitations also makethe drive-thru a challenge. "We've grown considerably. We're doing twiceasmuchbusinessaswhenwebought it," he said. "Wewere bumping up against the capacity at the location." In its new location, the Dairy Queenis going to be nearly twice the size, hesaid. He plans to double his staff, bringing in about 35 new employees. —Rachael Rees,TheBulletin

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being further held back by fund costs. "The corrosive effect of

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BRIEFING

that the typical 401(k) feesadding up to a modest-sounding 1 percent a year — would erase $70,000 from an average worker's account over a four-decade career compared

with lower-cost options. To compensate for the higher fees, someone would have

to work an extra three years before retiring. The study comes from the

Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank. Its analysis, backed by industry and government data, suggests that U.S. workers, already struggling to save enough for retirement, are

members; registration required; $595; 9 a.m.-noon; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-383-7270. • Spanish forHealth Care:Professionals can learn basic Spanish for medical use: online course starts April 16; classroom sessions begin May20; registration required; $189; 3:30-5 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W.CollegeW ay,Bend; 541-383-7270. • Grant Writing Ato Z: Discover how andwhere to look for potential nonprofit funders who are good matches for your organization, how to network and develop partnerships with funders, how to organize asuccessful

high fees in many of these retirementaccounts forces many Americans to work

years longer than necessary or than planned," the report, being released Friday, concludes. Most savers have only a vague idea how much they're paying in 401(k) fees or what alternatives exist, though the information is provided in of-

ten dense and complex fund statements. High fees seldom lead to high returns. And

critics say they hurt ordinary investors — much more so than, say, Wall Street's

high-speed trading systems, which benefit pros and have increasingly drawn the eye of regulators. Consider what would hap-

grant-writing campaign and how to put together a complete proposal package; online course starts April 16; classroom sessions start May 5; registration required; $189; 6-8:30 p.m.; COCCChandler Building, 1027 N.W.Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270. • Project Management Course:Learn to meetthe challenges of truncated timelines, short-staffed project teams, skimpy budgets and crippling risks; online course starts April 16; classroom sessions meet April 29, registration required; $189; 6-8 p.m.; Central OregonCommunity College, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-383-7270. THURSDAY • Bloggingfor Businessand

pen to a 25-year-old worker, earning the U.S. median income of$30,500,who puts 5 percent of his or her pay in a 401(k) account and whose employer chips in another 5 percent: • If the plan charged 0.25 percent in annual fees, a widely available low-cost option, and the investment

return averaged 6.8 percent a year, the account would equal $476,745 when the worker turned 67 (the age he or she could retire with full Social Security benefits). • If the plan charged the typical 1 percent, the account would reach only $405,454a $71,000 shortfall. • If the plan charged 1.3 percent —common for 401

(k) plans at small companies — the account would reach $380,649, a $96,000 short-

Beyond:Learn to create a WordPress blog, integrate it with other social media, engage your audienceand other bloggers, and create original content on the fly; registration required; $65; 6-8 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W. CollegeWay,Bend; 541-383-7270. FRIDAY • Search EngineStrategies 1: Learn Search Engine Optimization including keyword marketing, sitecontent best practices, internal links, link popularity, paid inclusion, pay-for-placement and submitting your website to search engines; registration required; $99; 9-11 a.m.; Central Oregon Community College, 2600 N.W.College

Way, Bend; 541-383-7270. SATURDAY • Marketing 101:Learn to create a Facebookpage and use social media to market your product; registration required; $50 per farm/ ranch, one-time fee; 9 a.m.-noon; Central Oregon Community College - Crook County OpenCampus, 510 S.E. Lynn Blvd., Prineville; 541-480-1340 or tcf© cbbmail.com. APRIL 21 • iCIoud forBusiness:Learn about the cloud; registration required; $69; 9 a.m.-noon; COCCChandler Building, 1027 N.W.Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-383-7270. • For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday'sBulletin or visitbendbullefin.com/bizcal

fall. The worker would have to work four more years to

make up the gap. (The analysis assumes the worker's pay rises 3.6 percent a year.) The higher fees often accompany funds that try to beat market indexes by

actively buying and selling securities. By contrast, index funds,

which track benchmarks such as the Standard & Poor's 500, don't require

active management and typically charge lower fees. With stocks having hit

record highs before being clobbered in recent days,

many investors have been on edge over the market's ups and downs. Yet over the long run, fees

are a much bigger factor in

Votes set for dank merger Cascade Bancorp and Home Federal Bancorp announced Friday their respective shareholders will vote May16 on the banks' pending merger. The directors of both CascadeBancorp, parent company of Bend-based Bankof the Cascades, and Home Federal, based in Nampa, Idaho, agreed in October to merge their banks, a dealestimatedto costCascade Bancorp $265.7 million in cash and stock. The merger would double Cascades' assets to about $2.5 billion. The U.S. Security and ExchangeCommission reviewed the prospectus put before shareholders and declared it effective, said CascadesBancorp President andCEOTerry Zink. The SECdoes not approve or disapprove the merger, only review the filing to ensure the banks makethe necessary disclosures. "Obviously, we're excited to get this thing closed," Zink said Friday. The banks initially expected to complete the merger vote by March 31, but unforeseen circumstances, such as the winter weather, intervened, hesaid. He said the two banks, if approved by stockholders, would becomeintegrated as planned. Cascades' stock closed Friday at $4.87 per share, down 16 cents from the previous day. HomeFederal closed Friday at $1458 down 31 cents. — Bulletin staff report

PEOPLEON THE MOVE Nate LiaBraaten has joined Cascadian Group LLC as the firm's manager of consulting operations. LiaBraaten's responsibilities will include business development, executive consulting and managing daily administration. LiaBraaten has10 years of experience in business planning, financial SchniePPmodeling, project management andventure development. Serena Kellyhasjoined SELCO Community Credit Union' smemberbusiness services teamasabusiness loan officer. Kelly, previously with HomeFederal Bankin Bend, will be located atthe Old Mill Branch. Jack Schniepp,owner of CascadeFinancial Strategies, attended the BaseCampStrategies for Responsible Investing Conference. Schniepp will use the information to conduct a series of local seminars.

how well a retirement ac-

count grows.

Pew: 'Gotcha' rulesstill needed at thebig banks By Patricia Sabatini Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

previous analysis one year ago. "Yet we still find the need

The nation's biggest banks are doing a better job of clearly disclosing key terms and fees

for action from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to

on checking accounts, but

level of consumer protection."

more rules are needed to protect consumers from"gotcha" overdraft fees and from signing away rights for settling disputes, according to a new study by The Pew Charitable Trusts.

Pew said many banks had improved practices since its

ensurebanks offerthehighest The review ranked 44 of the 50 largest banks in three areas: account disclosures,

overdraft policies and dispute resolution policies. Ally Bank, which operates primarily as an online bank, was the only institution to receive a perfect

score.


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Families interested in enrolling their children in the Neighborlmpact Head Start program in Crook and Deschutes counties can apply now. In 2013, the program enrolled 516 students in 24 classes. HeadStart is a preschool program that includes education, nutrition services and family support. To qualify, children must come from families who live in poverty. Children whoare homeless are given priority, as are children with special needs, children in foster care and thosewho have been victims of abuseor trauma. Children must live in Deschutes or Crook counties and be 3 or4 years old as of Sept. 1. Space is limited. Applications areavailable at Neighborlmpact offices in Bend, LaPine, Redmond andPrineville or at www.neighbor impact.org. Contact:

By David Bauder The Associated Press

NEW YORK-

Kiss made up, but its music went unheard.

Nirvana used four female rockers to sing Kurt Cobain's songs.

And Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band turned its honor into a marathon. The three acts

'The Dog Stars' is this author's first

full-length fiction, butwritten through the lens ofhisown life

The OregonState University/Crook County Extension Service will host its 100th anniversary celebration from 11:30 a.m. to1:30 p.m. May 7 at CrookCounty Courthouse, 300 N.E. Third St. in Prineville. All pastand presentextension agents,staffers, volunteers, supporters, committee members, donors andmembers of the public areinvited to attend. The event will include afree burger and hot dog cookout,entertainment bythe Sagebrush Shufflers, a1914 photo boothwith props, door prizesandmore. For more information or to RSVP, call PamWiederholtat 541-447-6228. — From staff reports

Correction In a story headlined "A bright new spot in Tumalo," on Page12 of the April11 GD! Magazine, the address for Lumin Art Studios was incorrect. The correct address is 19855 Fourth St., Suite 103, Bend, though the studio is located in Tumalo. The Bulletin regrets the error.

Gabriel, 1970s folkie

stfsat

Cat Stevens and the absent Linda

Ronstadt.) Nirvana was the emotional center-

Author and journalist

piece. The trio rooted in the Seattle-area

Peter Heller was as

punk rock scene was J

voted into the hall in

surprised as anyone when

will be built to honor the

OSU Extenslon's 100th anniversary

P="'s

The Bulletin

A healing garden at the new St. Charles Cancer Centerin Bend

hospital in ahomeonthe DeschutesRiver. Costs will be $250 for a 4-by-8-inch brick; $500 for a 4-by-8-inch brick with select artwork; $1,000 for a 8-by8-inch brick; and $2,500 for a river rock. Tobuyabrickor river rock, contact St. Charles Foundation at 541-706-6996 or visit stcharlesfoundation.org.

duo Hall & Oates, British rocker Peter

By David Jasper

St. Charlesgarden to honornuns

Bend in1917 to start the

were ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday night in a colorful induction ceremony. (They were joined by the blue-eyed soul

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541-323-6527.

Sisters of St. Joseph of Tipton, Ind., and Sister Catherine Hellmann. Hellmann served as the hospital's chief executive for 20 years and also as president emeritus for 10 years. Community members may purchaseengraved bricks or river rocksto honor families orbusinesses. Proceedsfrom sales will go tothe capital campaignforthe cancer center, slatedfor completion this summer. St. Charleswas founded bythe nunsfrom Tipton, whotraveled to

— predictably-

.ar,

its first year of eligibility. "Smells Like

he sat down to write his first novel, the post-apocalyptic book "The Dog Stars." "I didn't have an idea. I

Teen Spirit" hit like a

Submitted photo

Peter Heller, author of "The Dog Stars," will visit Central Oregon May2and 3for A Novel

thunderclap upon its

Idea presentations.

ted suicide 20 years ago this month.

1991 release, but the band was done after Kurt Cobain commit"Nirvana fans

like to start with the music of a first line, aod aau".

walk up to me every day and say, 'Thank

tRlt

you for the music,'"

'

a voice. Hig started telling me a story, and by

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MAIN EVENTS: AUTHOR PETERHELLER • 7 p.m. May 2, Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend. Ticket required. Tickets are available between 10a.m. andnoontodayat the Tower Theatre boxoffice, 835 N.W.Wall St., or online at www.towertheatre.org. • 1 p.m. May3, Sisters High School,1700 McKinneyButte Road. No ticket required.

said Krist Novoselic, the band's bass play-

about Page 3, I realized it was post-apocalyptic," Is,

hetoldTheButtetio.

er, who was inducted with drummer Dave

Grohl.

lttakesaboutthesameoumberofpagesfor

See Rock/D5

readers to be reeled in by the compelling, poetic

iT~e fgw~.vq

voice of narrator Hig. "The DogStars"hasalsohooked organizers ofseveral community reading events around the country, among them Deschutes Public Library's selection committee for A Novel

Idea. The annual event kicks off at 3 p.m. today at the Downtown Bend Public Library, with programming and discussions tied to the book's themes, as well as displays at some area libraries of art inspired by the book. SeeNovel /D2

k=,— ,'=.'-

A mother's target: the

face of kids advertising By Colleen Mastony Chicago Tribune

EVENTS &DISCUSSIONS

TODAY ::'AitiOVELIDEAKICKOFF: 3 p.m., Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St. SECONDSUNDAY:Writers share their work inspired by "The Dog Stars"; 2 p.m. Sunday, Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St. "LOW 8[ CLEAR" DOCUMENTARYSCREENING, AN EXPLORATIONOF LIFE IN THE DISAPPEARING WILDERNESS OFTHE WEST: 6 p.m. Monday andTuesday at Tin Pan Theater, 869 Tin Pan Alley, Bend; 6 p.m.April 28 at Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave. M ENNONITESINTHE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: Jerry Barkmantraces the beliefs of the Mennonites and their movement to the U.S. and the Pacific Northwest; 6 p.m. Monday, Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; noon Tuesday, Sisters Public Library, 110 N.CedarSt. GOINGOUT IS OPTIONAL, GETTINGBACK IS MANDATORY: Aviation instructor Karl Baldessari looks atflightas a tool for survival; 6 p.m. Tuesday,Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave.; 6p.m.April 24, East BendPublic Library, 62080 DeanSwift Road

SPANISH FLU INCENTRAL OREGON:Kelly CannonMiller talks about the1918 flu epidemic how itaffected Central Oregon; 6 p.m. Wednesday Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; noon April 23, Sisters Public Library, 110 N.Cedar St. LOCALDOGSTARS: Therapy animal handlers discuss using dogs to relieve depression, give comfort and reduce stress; 6 p.m. Thursday, East Bend Public Library, 62080 Dean Swift Road. GUIDED QUILT TOURS: During April, QuiltWorks is exhibiting 50 quilts inspired by"The Dog Stars" in its upstairs gallery; 1 p.m. Friday, April 20 and April 30 at QuiltWorks, 926 N.E. Greenwood Ave., Bend. FARM TO TABLE:Join Sarahlee Lawrence fora discussion about growing food in Central Oregon;

THE NIGHTSKYBYEYE: Oregon Observatory staff explain the constellations and the mythology behind them. The two-hour presentations begin inside and move outdoors for the

by chefs using products from Lawrence's farm. Registration required; contact 541-312-1032 to register; 1 p.m. April19, Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 6 p.m. April 22, Redmond Public Library, 827 S.W. Deschutes Ave. FLY FISHING IitiCENTRAL OREGON: Fishing guide Vail Borne looks at why people fish and best local best spots; 1 p.m. April19, Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Lane.

Swift Road

sample dishesprepared

second hour.Bring warm

CHICAGOKatie Driscoll never wanted anyone's

pity. And so, when her daughter, Grace, was born with Down

syndrome, Driscoll picked up a camera.

clothing; 8 p.m. April 25, Oregon Observatory at Sunriver, 57245 River Road; 7 p.m. April 30, Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St. FRAMING NATURE: Crater Lake National Park historian Steve Mark shares the history of the National Park system; 2 p.m. April 26, Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 2 p.m. April 27, La Pine Public Library, 16425 First St.

She wanted to show the world what she

BOOKCLUB DISCUSSIONS

as beautiful as other kids. Why, she won-

• Noon Tuesday,East Bend Public Library, 62080 Dean • Noon April17, La Pine Public Library, 16425 First St.

• 5:30 p.m. April 21, Paulina Springs Books, 252 W. HoodAve., Sisters • 6:30 p.m. April 23 Sisters Public Library, 110 N. CedarSt.

saw when she looked at her daughter.

Day by day, taking photos of Grace turned into taking

photos of other children with disabilities There were kids with

cerebral palsy. And kids with dwarfism. As Driscoll looked

through the lens of her camera, she couldn't help but think that these children were just dered, is it so rare to

see them appear in advertisements for toys or clothing7 Two years ago, the 39-year-old mother of six began posting photos of children with disabilities to a website she called

ChangingTheFace OfBeauty.org. And then she sat down at

All programs are free. No registration is required unless noted.

her kitchen table and emailed companies, asking them to con-

sider including one of the children in an advertisement. See Kids /D5


D2 THE BULLETIN• SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014

RELIGIOUS SERVICES To submit service information or announcementsfor religious organizations, email bulletin©bend bulletin.com orcall 541-383-0323.

SERVICES BENDCHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE: Pastor Virgil Askren; "TheAnswer ComesintheMorning,"basedon Luke 6:12-13; 10:15a.m. Sunday; 1270N.E. 27th St., Bend. COMMUNITYBIBLE CHURCH AT SUNRIVER: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "GoingAfter Christ," based onJohn12:9-19; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 1Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541593-8341 or www.cbchurchsr.org. COMMUNITYOFCHRIST: Evangelist Susan Gregory; "Hosanna!" basedon Matthew 21:1-11; 11a.m. Sunday,10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380Cooley Road, Bend;503-307-7083. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Pastor RobAnderson; "Time for Triumphsand Tragedy," basedon Matthew21:1-11;9and11 a.m.Palm Sunday; Maundy Thursday service 6 p.m.; 529N.W.19th St., Redmond. CONCORDIALUTHERANMISSION: The Rev.Willis Jenson; "Christ Humbled Himself to beSaved inorder to Save Men from the Destitution of their Sin," based onPhilippians 2:8; 11 a.m.Sunday(divine service); "Christians ReceiveLife Eternal and the Riches of theKingdom of Heaven by Listening tothe Reading ofthe Son of God's Last Will andTestament, the Gospel," based onCori I nthians11:25; 7p.m.MaundyThursdayservice;"God Died on theCross toSaveAll Men from their Sinsagainst God" based on Hebrews4:15; 7p.m. GoodFriday service; TerrebonneGrange Hall, 8286 11th St., Terrebonne. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Minister DaveDrullinger; "On ACollision course," based onMark11:8-19; 9 a.m. adult bible studyand10a.m. worship service Sunday;334N.W.

Newport Ave.,Bend;541-382-2272 or discoverychristianchurch.com. EASTMONTCHURCH:Pastor JohnLodwick;"IsJesusRelevant to Everyone?" aspart of "Jesus Journey: 40 Days inthe Footsteps of Christ," based onJohn12:1219;9a.m. (classic) and10:45a.m. (contemporary) Sunday;62425 Eagle Road, Bend;541-382-5822. FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Pastor RandyWills; "I Am TheVine," as part of the series "I Am"; 9and 10:45 a.m. Sunday;youth group, 7 p.m. Wednesdays; 61690Pettigrew Road, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor RonWerner; "Spacious Christianity: Mystery"; 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 5:01p.m.Sunday; 230N.E. Ninth St., Bend;541-382-4401 or www.bendfp.org. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The Rev.ThomLarson; "The DeadlySin ofAnger,"based on Matthew 26:57-68; 9 a.m. (contemporary) and11a.m. (traditional) serviceSunday; 680N.W. Bond St., Bend;541-382-1672. FOUNDRYCHURCH:AlHulbert;"W hen Desire MeetsReality";10:15a.m. Sunday; Good Fridayservice6p.m. Friday; 60N.W.Oregon Ave., Bend. MOST SACREDHEART, ROMAN CATHOLICCHAPEL: Father Bernard; Traditional Latin Mass; 9 a.m. Sunday; 1051 S.W.Helmholtz Way, Redmond; 541-548-6416. SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH: Pastor JordanWeaver; 9and10:30 a.m. Sunday, 7p.m. Monday; Men's Bible study7 a.m.Thursday;W omen's Bible101, 7 p.m.Thursday at Jenay Brewer's home,TheRim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility Cafe, Brasada Ranch, 17037S.W.Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte; 541-241-4220 for directions. SMITHROCK COMMUNITY CHURCH: Bryan Toll; EasterCelebration service; 9:30 a.m. SundayApril 20; 834411th St., Terrebonne;541-548-1315or

smithrockchurch.org. ST. PAUL'SANGLICAN CHURCH:Father John Pennington; "Humility, Obedience, Sacrifice," based onPhilipians 2-5-11; Sunday at10:30a.m. (PalmSunday); 1108 W.Antler Ave., Redmond. TRINITY LUTHERANCHURCH:The Rev. Patrick Rooney; "Drawing the Nations to the King," based on John 12:9-19; 8 a.m. (guitar-led worship) and11 a.m. (organ/piano-led worship) Sunday; potluck Sunday 12:30 p.m.; Good Friday service 6 p.m. Friday; 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road; 541-382-1832 or www. trinitylutheranbend.org. VERTICALCHURCH OF GOD: Pastor Jeremy Seibert; 10:30 a.m.Sunday; youthnight,6 p.m.W ednesdays; 52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine. WESTSIDECHURCH: PastorSteve Mickel; "Wh yJesus? Because Heisthe Truth"; 6:30 tonight and 8, 9and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; 2051N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel;"W hyJesus?Because He is the Truth"; 10:30 a.m.Sunday; 1245 S.E Third St., Bend. WESTSIDE SISTERS CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel;"W hyJesus?Because He is the Truth"; 10:30 a.m.Sunday; 442 Trinity Way,Sisters. WESTSIDE ONLINECAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel;"W hyJesus? Because He is the Truth"; 6:30 tonight and 8, 9and10:45 a.m.Sunday; www. westsidelive.org. WESTSIDERADIO CAMPUS: Pastor Bo Stern; "WhyJesus: BecauseHeis theWay";8:30a.m.Sunday;Heirborne radio show onKBND,AM1110. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "PalmsandPassion: A Most Extraordinary Day"; 8:30and 11 a.m. Sunday;MaundyThursday Communion service7p.m.Thursday; Good Fridayservice12 p.m. and7 p.m. Friday;1113Black Butte Blvd., Redmond.

EVENTS, MEETIMGS TODAY "IT'SAGRANDSLAM": Featuring a dinnerand silentauction; proceedsbenefit the Fellowship ofChristianAthletes; $25, registration requested;4 p.m.;Eastmont Church, 62425EagleRoad, Bend;541815-1274ordlegg©fca.org. THE ABRAHAMINSPIRATIONGROUP: Continuing through "NewThoughtsNew Ideas-NewApproaches-NewWay of looking at things,"; 5-8 p.m.;Rosie Bareis Community Campus,1010N.W. 14th St., Bend;541-389-4523. THE KNOXBRO THERS:Six brothers sing Southerngospelmusic; free, donations accepted; 6p.m.;RedmondAssemblyof God Church,1865W.Antler Ave.;541923-0898or sgm©bendbroadband.com. SUNDAY HOLOCAUSTSURVIVOR STORY: Learn about MenachemTaiblum's story about surviving the Holocaust; free; 3p.m.; Whispering Winds, 2920Conners Ave., Bend; 541-312-9690. COMMUNITYGATHERING:Followed by potluck dinner; 5:15p.m.; Spiritual AwarenessCommunity,157 N.W. Franklin Ave.,Bend; 541-508-1059. KIRTAN:Hindu call-and-response singing, all arewelcome, notalent required; 5:30-7 p.m.;ThePeaceful Heart, 29 N.W.GreeleyAve., Bend; souldraw95©yahoo.com orwww. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. MONDAY A NOVELIDEA,MENNONITES IN THE PACIFICNORTHWEST:Jerry Barkman tracesthe beliefs of the Mennonites andtheir movement throughout theworld, then tothe U.S. and the Pacific Northwest; free; 6p.m.; Downtown BendPublic Library,601 N.W. WallSt.; 541-617-7050 orwww. deschuteslibrary.org. PASSOVERCOMMUNITY SEDER:A family-friendly, festival PassoverSeder led by RabbiJohannaHershenson, with Sedercustoms; opento the public;

$35, $15for children ages6-12, free for children age5andyounger, reservations required byApril 7; 6p.m., doors open 5:15 p.m.;St.Charles Bendconference center, 2500N.E.Neff Road;541-3888826 or www.bethtikvahbend.org. TUESDAY A NOVELIDEA,MENNONITES IN THE PACIFICNORTHWEST:Jerry Barkman traces thebeliefs of the Mennonites and their movementthroughout the world, then tothe U.S.and the Pacific Northwest; free; noon;Sisters Public Library,110 N.CedarSt.; 541-312-1070 or www.deschuteslibrary.org. THURSDAY "I AM":Ascreening of the2010 documentary (NR) about spiritual leaders discussingwhat iswrong with the world and howto improve it; free, donations accepted;7:30 p.m.,doors open7 p.m.; TheOldStone,157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend; 541-508-1059 orwww. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. FRIDAY GOOD FRIDAYSERVICE: Join usfor Good FridayService; 7 p.m.; First United Methodist Church, 680N.W.BondSt., Bend; 541-382-1672, firstchurch@ bendumc.org orwww.bendumc.org. APRIL 19 EASTEREGG HUNT:Acommunit y Easter egghuntfor children in fifth grade andyounger, with apuppet show, snacks andprizes; free; 1p.m.; Smith Rock Community Church,834411th St., Terrebonne;541-548-1315 or www. smithrockchurch.org. APRIL 20 PARTHA RAJAGOPAL: 5:15 p.m.; Spiritual Awareness Community,157 N.W. FranklinAve., Bend;541-508-1059. KIRTAN: Hindu call-and-response singing, all arewelcome, notalent required; 5:30-7 p.m.;The Peaceful Heart, 29 N.W.Greeley Ave., Bend; souldraw95©yahoo.com orwww. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com.

array of Godconcepts in Jewish theology; biblical andRabbinic God concepts; $6, freefor students through high school; 7-8:30 p.m.;St.Charles Bend conferencecenter, 2500N.E. Neff Road;541-388-8826 or www. bethtikvahbend.org/education/ adult-education. APRIL 23 "A NIGHT OFINSPIRATION": The University of OregonGospel Singers perform; free; 7p.m.; TowerTheatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend;541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre.org. APRIL 27

KELSEYCOLLINS:5:15 p.m.; Spiritual AwarenessCommunity, 157 N.W. Franklin Ave.,Bend;541-508-1059. KIRTAN:Hindu call-and-response singing, all arewelcome, notalent required; 5:30-7 p.m.;ThePeaceful Heart, 29 N.W.GreeleyAve., Bend; souldraw95©yahoo.com orwww. spiritualawarenesscommunity.com. APRIL 28 THEG WOR D:Learn about the diverse array of Godconcepts in Jewish theology; MedievalGodconcepts; $6, free for studentsthrough high school; 7-8:30p.m.;St.CharlesBend conferencecenter, 2500N.E.Neff Road; 541-388-8826 or www.bethtikvahbend. org/education/adult-education. MAY 1 NATIONALDAYOFPRAYER BREAKFAST: The day's theme is "One Voice United inPrayer," andincludes breakfast, songs, praiseand inspiration; Mike Ferry, pastor of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship is thekeynote speaker; $6; 6:30a.m.; Redmond Community ChurchAuditorium, 237 N.W. Ninth St.; 541-923-7773. NATIONALDAYOF PRAYER EVENING WORSHIP:Theday's theme is"One Voice United inPrayer," andconcludes with and eveningprayer andworship, with dessert; free; 6-7:30p.m.; Desert SongCommunity Church, 640 S.W.EvergreenAve., Redmond; 541-771-6548.

APRIL 21

THE G WORD:Learn about the diverse

"I waschagrined, because I didn't want to write a

going to be some excitement

post-apocalyptic novel. It was my first novel." But

around this book.' I think I

want to dive in and be deep into

"when I finished 'The Dog Stars,' I just felt like, 'This is a good book.' I'ma very good first reader of my own stuff and I know what's not great."

the next one or even finish it be-

fore ... allthe clamor." He doesn't entirely rule out the possibility of taking more magazine assignments."It's fun to get out and about and to

— Peter Heller

got a call from the pilot who taught him urging him to buy a plane that was for sale. Hig's Cessna is essentially the plane Heller now owns. "Same tail number, same year, same everything," he said. "It's han-

gared in Erie (Colo.), basically in Hig's hangar. I just flew it two days ago, which was really fun, and kind of flew Hig's

experience those slices of other

er," debuts May 6. He began writing it immediately after completing "The Dog Stars." "When I finished 'The Dog Stars,' I just felt like, 'This is a good book.' I'm a very good first reader of my own stuff,

people's lives and get involved in different issues. I think it

keeps things fresh." On the other hand, Heller added, "Once you start making it up, there's no going back. It's really fun."

and Iknowwhat's not great," he said. "And so I thought, 'There's

— Reporter: 541-383-0349, djasper@bendbulletin.com

patrol, which I like to do." Like

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EASTMONT COMMUNITV SCHOOL

CONGREGATION SHALOM BAVIT

THE RIVER MENNONITE CHURCH

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"Educating and Developing the Whole (Jewish Community of Central Oregon) Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 230 NE Ninth, Bend A Warm and Welcoming Community Child for the Glory of God" 157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend (Across Ninth St. from Bend High) Serving Central Oregon for 24 years. Pre K• 5th Grade Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade All Are Welcome, Always! We welcome newcomers, interfaith 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 Nursery 0-2 years families and encourage involvement. 0 0 Principal Lonna Carnahan 0 Visitors welcome Lead Pastor: Steven Koski www.eastmontcommunityschool.com All Services at our Dedicated Synagogue Building located at: 21555 Modoc Lane, Church ONce: 541-389-8787 Spacious Christianity: Mystery Preacher: Bend unless otherwise noted. E-mail:theriverCamailshack.com FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Ron Wemer Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR97709 For information, calI 541-385-6421. SCIKNTIST www.therivermennonite.org Sunday, April 13, Palm Sunday Or visit: www.jccobend.com 1551 NW First St.• 541-382-6100 9:00am contemporary (South of Portland Ave.) 10:45am traditional Rabbi Jay ShupackChurch Service 8 Sunday School: Bend's first resident Rabbi HOUSK OF COVENANT 5:0I pm relaxed 10 am Rebbitzin - Judy Shupack Messianic Synagogue Sunday School: 3 years to 6th grade Wed. Testimony Meeting; 7:30 pm Est. 1994 Nursery-care provided Childcare provided. April 19: Community Seder 4PM We provide a congregational setting 541-389-4912 for Reservationsfor Jews and Christians alike. If you're Reading Room: Doors Open 3:30PM Easter "Omkar" (Aum) "Yin/Yang" Taoist/ "Star 8 Crescent" interested in learning the Bible from a Hinduism Confuaanism Islam April 25; Friday Evening Service 7PM 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Leave Your ANSWERSAt The Door Hebrew perspective, come join us at: April 27; Sunday School lOAM Mon. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sunday, April 20 Reserve Your Place At The Table: April Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm 9:00am contemporary Bear Creek Center 19th Community Passover Seder at 10:45am traditional ShalomBayitSynagogue 21300 Bear Creek Rd. FAITH CHRISTIAN CKNTER HOLY REDEEMKR CATHOLIC 5:01pm contemplative Bend, OR. 97701 PARISH 1049 NE 11th St.• 541-382-8274 TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH ECKANKAR Our Shabbat Services are on Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor is a member of the ReIISIon of the Saturday momings at 10:00 a.m. www.holyredeemerparish.net Union for Reform Judaism. Wednesdayln Lent This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Llghtand Sound ofGod Our members represent a wide range of Our ministries include: Pastor Brian Mercer - interim pastor, Parish Office:541.536-3571 Pastor led teachings by will share his message titled lewish backgrounds. Steven Koski, Jenny Warner Spiritual Experiences HOLY REDEEMER, LA PINE "Overcoming The Grasshopper We welcome interfaith families • Davidic dance and worship 16137 Burgess Rd Past Lives, Dreams, Soul Travel and Ron Wemer Mentality" and Jews by choice. • Children's ministry and nursery Tuesday, Wednesday 8 Friday Mass Introductory presentation 8 discussion Wednesdays March 19.April 16, in the Sunday morning service Our monthly activities include: • Hebrew classes 9:00 am beginning at 10:30 am. Services, religious education for 5:30-7:00pm • Home groups Sunday Mass - 10:00 am Saturday, May 17th childrenf adults, Hebrew school, Torah Simple dinner, teaching, discussion • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Childcare is provided in our Sunday Confessi ons:Saturdays-3:00-4;00 pm study, social action projects and social 3:00 pm at the East Bend Library and worship. Hadashah (New Testament) moming service. FCC Youth Ministries activities 62080 Dean Swift Rd., Bend HOLV TRINITY, SUNRIVER Adults and children welcome and Family Night is on Wednesdays at 7 • Biblical Feasts Try a spiritual exercise, explore the 18143 Cottonwood Rd. pm. A number of Faith Journey Groups Rabbi Johanna Hershenson • Lifecycle Events possibilities of learning from your Thurs. Mass 9;30 am; meet throughout the week in small • End-times prophecy Spacious Christianity essay collection dreams and past Iives and leam what Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm groups, please contact the church for SERVICES soul travel means. written by the pastors available as a Sunday mass 8:00 am details and times. Saturday, April 19• 9:00 amVisit us on the web at Confessions: Thurs. 9:00- 9:15 am companion to the teachings. The church is located on the comer of Munch 8 Torah Study www.houseofcovenant.org For More Information Greenwood Avenue and Saturday, April 19 • 10:30 amFind details at www.bendfp.org. OUR LADV OF THE SNOWS, or contact us at 541-385-5439 NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com www.eckankar.org Torah Services Gilchrlst www.eckankar-oregon.org 120 Mississippi Dr RKDMOND ASSKMBLY OF GOD Youth Events LIVING TORAH FELLOWSHIP 541.728-6476 Sunday Mass• 12:30 pm Friday, April 25 - 7:00 pm1865 W Antler• Redmond Ca La Roca Church http://www.facebook.com/ Confessions: Sundays 12:00 12;15 pm Kaballat Shabbat Services 541-548-4555 1155 SW Division, ¹DB, Bend bendyouthcollective SUNDAYS HOLY FAMILV, EDUCATION SERIES Saturday 12;00- 3:00 pm Moming Worship 8:30 am 8 10:30 am near ChristmasValley TRINITY KPISCOPAL CHURCH A TASTE OF JUDAISM — THE 'O'WORD Worship/Dance - StudyLife groups 9 am Choirs, music groups, Bible study, Ali arewelcomethroughourreddoors 57255 Fort Rock Rd St Charles Event Room 7:00-8:30 pm Food/Fellowship Kidz LIVE ages 3-11 10:30 am fellowship and ministries every week Sunday Mass - 3:30 pm April 21 — Biblical and rabbinic God Evening Worship 6 pm Hebrew Roots Fellowship Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3:15 pm Sunday Services concepts worshipping in Spirit and Truth St. Helens Hall, 231 NW Idaho Ave April 28- Medieval God concepts 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend WEDNESDAYS ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI 541-410-5337 Bam and 10:15am May 5 — Modem and post-modem God FAMILY NIGHT 7 PM www.bendfp.org CATHOLIC CHURCH BKND Children Welcome concepts Adult Classes Rev. Julian Cassar Pastor http;//www.facebook.com/bendfp www.livingtorahfellowship.com The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector Celebrate Recovery Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541 382 4401 Wednesday NITE Live Kids www.trinitybend.org I 541-382-5542 For the complete schedule of Services 8 541-382-3631 Events go to: www.bethtikvahbend.org Youth Group Mail:469 NW Wall St

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Pastor Duane Pippitt

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NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street HISTORIC CHURCH

May we haveeyestoseethat novisitor arriveswithout a gift and no guestleaveswithout 4 &Iessinf.

Corner of Lava S Franklin Avenue •

CKNTRAL ORKGON BAPTIST CHURCH "offennf hopethrough the proclsnatios

of thegospel" JOIN us for WORSHIP

Sunday (downtown at the BoysF Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.) 9:30 AM — Bible Study 9:30 AM — Children's Class 10:30 AM — Worship Service 10:30 AM — Primary Class Wednesday (up the hill from the Old Mill, 500 SW Bond St.) 7:00 PM — Prayer Meeting F Growth Groups 7:00 PM — Kids 4 Truth www.centraloregonbaptistchurch.org 541-617-2814

EASTMONT CHURCH

"Displayingthe Rsalitr/of Christ in UndeniableWays" 62425 Eagle Road, Bend 541-382-5822 www.eastmontchurch.com

Sunday Services Classic (Blended) Service 9:00 am Contemporary Service 10:45 am Hispanic Service 6:0 0 pm For more information about weekly ministries for the whole family, contact 541-382-5822 or email infoCaeastmontchurch.com FOUNDRV CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862

Pastors Mike Coughlin S Al Hulbert SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10:15 am This Sunday at Foundry Church, Al Hulbert will be speaking on "When Desire Meets Reality." For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC

3100 SWHighland Ave., Redmond• 541-548-4161

Sunday Worship Services: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Life Groups 9:30 amS 11:00 am Saturday Worship 7:00 pm Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

CALVARY CHAPKL BEND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am W ednesday NightStudy:7pm YouthGroup:Wednesday 7pm Child Care provided Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times.

"Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

PALM SUNDAY- April 13, 2014 (5:OOPMon Saturday at New Church) 7:30AM Mass NewChurch; 10:OOAM Mass NewChurch; 12:30PM Mass NewChurch (Spanish) (All these Masses start 15 minutes earlier with the blessing of palms and a donkey procession.) 4:30PM Mass HistoricChurch.

THE SALVATION ARMV

541 NE DeKalb Ave., Bend 541.389-8888 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am

ChildrenS Adult Classes Worship Service —11:00 am

HOLY THURSDAY—April 17, 2014 No 7:00 AM or 12:15 PM Mass;

7:00 PM New Church (English) 7:00 PM Historic Church (Spanish.) Both Masses will include the footwashing ceremony with the participation of children.

Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene

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

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

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

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

CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

MISSION (LCMS) The mission ofthe Cfturch is toforgive sins throufh the Gospeiandfherebr/ grant eternallife. (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10 10 am Sunday School 11 am Divine Service

Nursery Care 8 Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday WEDNESDAY 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

Lent/Holy Week schedule: Concordia Lutheran Mission.

THURSDAY

10:00 am 50+ Bible Study

NEW HOPE KVANGELICAL

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

GOOD FRIDAY- April 18, 2014 No 7:00 AM or 12:15 PMMass; 12:00 PM Seven Last Words of Christ,

Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am,

reflections and meditations 7:00 PM Good Friday service New Church (English) 7:00 PM Good Friday service Historic Church (Spanish)

April 17: The Festival of Maundy Thursday, Divine Service: 7 PM. April 18: The Festival of Good Friday, Divine Service: 7 PM.

WEEKLY

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

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

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"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation April 13 at 11:00am

April 13; "Justice and Tolerance" — Rev. Alex Holt, Interim Minister This is the topic requested by a congregant who purchased the "pick a sermon topic to stump the minister" at the auction this winter. Come experience how we might understand tolerance at UUFCO. On the second Sunday of the month we have our age-appropriate Children's Worship Service. We always have childcare for infants and toddlers

AII arewelcome! Meeting at the Golden Age Club www.lutheransonline.com/ 40 SE 5th St., Bend Meeting place: concordialutheranmission Just 2 blocks SW ofBend High School THE OLD STONE CHURCH Facebook: WESTSIDE CHURCH Sunday Worship 10:00 am 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Concordia Lutheran Mission ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH Westside Church invites you to join us Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated Phone: 541.325-6773 Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 1720 NW 19th Street at any of our weekend services. to worshiping God and teaching the www.uufco.org Redmond, Oregon 97756 No matter what your expectations are, GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Bible truths recovered through the 541-923-3390 (541) 385.3908 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend we hope your time spent with us brings Reformation. Call for information about Father Todd Unger, Pastor 382-6862 you a little closer to understanding, other meetings Ma~s~he ~l. knowing and growing in a relationship 541-420-1667 Sunday Worship Services Weekdays 8:00 am with Jesus Christ. In our opinion, FIRST UNITKD METHODIST www.sovereigngracebend.com 10:00 a.m. (except Wednesday) that's what really matters. CHURCH Maundy Thursday Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 6:00 pm • • I • Good Friday Service 7:00.p.m. (In the Heart of Downtown Bend) Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm Contact us at 541-382-7504 or Vigil of Easter Service Saturday 7:00 p.m. CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER First Saturday 8:00 am (English) 680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672 www.westsidechurch.org Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am(English) 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241 Everyone isWelcome! EASTER SUNDAYSERVICES 12:00 noon (Spanish) April 12 S13, 2014 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11;00 a.m. Confessions on Wednesdays from Sunday Moming Worship Rev. Thom Larson at Westside Church(Child Care Available) 5;00 to 5:45 pm 8:45 am S 10:45 am WEST CAMPUS Sermon Title: "The Deadly Sin of Anger" and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm Women's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m. Pastor Steve Mickel will share the Scripture: Matthew 26:57-68 Wednesday Mid-Week Service message "Why Jesus? Because He is the Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:15 a.m. 9;00 am- Contemporary Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 pm Truth" at 6:30pm on Saturday Sunday School during 9am service Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Nursery Care Provided for All Services CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF RKDMOND and at 8, 9 and 10:45am Sunday Evangelical Lutheran Church 11:00am - Traditional Service 536 SW 10th, Redmond at Westside Church, in America Childcare Provided 541-548-2974 Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend. www.gracefirstlutheran.org www.redmondchristian.org 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241 Sunday Worship 9:00 amS 10:45 am www.clcbend.com *During the Week: Women's Groups, April 13, 2014 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA at Westside ChurchMen's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday School for all ages SOUTH CAMPUS Crafting, Music S Fellowship Kidmo• Junior Church Pastor Steve Mickel will share the Sunday Worship Services at COMMUNITV PRESBVTERIAN Greg Strubhar, Pastor 8;30am 811:00am message "Why Jesus? Because He is CHURCH Open Hearts. Open Minds. Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor Sunday School for all ages 10:00 am the Truth" at 10:30am on Sunday at the 529 NW 19th Street Open Doors. Westside Church South Campus, POWELL BUTTE (3/4 mile north of High School) April 17Rev. Thom Larson 1245 SE 3rd St., Bend. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Redmond, OR 97756 M aundyThursdayCommunion Service, firstchurch@bendumc.org Cowboy Feiiowship Saturdays (541) 548-3367 7:00pm Potluck 6 pm April 13, 2014 April 18• Good Friday Services at Music and the Word 7 pm at Westside ChurchNoon 8 7:00pm Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor Sunday Worship Services SISTERSCAMPUS April 20- Easter Festival Worship at 8:30 am - 10:15 am • 11am Pastor Steve Mickel will share the 8:30 8 I lam 9:00 am Contemporary Worship Nursery 8 Children's Church message "Why Jesus? Because He is the Easter Brunch 8 Children's Egg Hunt 9:00 am Nursery Care Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Truth" at 10:30am at the at 10:00am 9:15 am Children 8 Youth Osborne and Glenn Bartnik Westside Church Sisters Campus, Sunday School 13720 SWHwy 126, Powell Butte Children's Roomavailable 442 Trinity Way, Sisters. 9;30 am Adult Education 541-548-3066 during services Effective May 1, 2013 www.powellbuttechurch.com Come Experience a warm, I I:00 am Traditional Worship Apri112F 132014 4 Saturdays and TMC: $115 friendly family of worshipers. at Westside ChurchREAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5 Saturdays and TMC: $138 Everyone Welcome•Always. Youth Groups ONLINE CAMPUS Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich High School - Sunday 11:00am-12;30pm The Bulletin: at the RLCCChurch, 2880 NE 27th Join us at our online campus where and diverse music program for all ages Every Saturday on the Middle School Wednesday Sunday Services 8 am Pastor Steve Mickel will share the Coffee,snacksrrnri fellowship 6:00-7:30pm church page. $23 (No child care) message "Why Jesus? Because He is the after eachservice 10:00 am Contemporary Copy Changes: Truth" at 6:30pm Saturday and at Worship Service Mondays M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am 8, 9 and 10:45am onSunday at by 5 PM Tuesday (Full children's ministry) Wed. Bible Study at noon 6:30 pm Centering Prayer Westside Church, CO Marketplace: Sunday Night Church 6:30 pm 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend. The First Tuesday of each For information, please call ... I:00 pm Wednesdays 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Senior Pastor• Mike Yunkermonth. $23 5:30 pm Prayer Service April 13, 2014 Youth and Family Programs 541-312-8844 Copy Changes: by Monday Westside ChurchActive Social Outreach Associate Pastors Small Groups Meet Regularly I week prior to publication ON THE RADIO Mike Sweeney 8 Jeff Olson (Handicapped Accessible) Pastor Bo Stem will share the message 1113 SWBlack Butte Blvd. "Loving people one at a time." "Why Jesus? Because He is the Way" Please visit our website for a complete Redmond, OR 97756 - 541-923-7466 www.real-lifecc.org on the Heirbome radio show at 8:30am listing of activities for all ages. Pastor Eric Burtness plynch@bendbulletjn.com Sunday moming on KBND — AM 1110 www.z)onrdm.com www.redmondcpc.org Pastor Randy Myers •

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SENIORS AARP:www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or 888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTEDLIVING AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: 541-385-8500. BEND SENIORCENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRALOREGONCOUNCILON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINESENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Karen Ward, 541-536-6237. LONG-TERMCARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM: Nancy Allen, 541-312-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER:541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMIST SENIOR CENTER:Melody, 541-447-6844. TOUCHMARK ATMT. BACHELOR VILLAGE: 541-383-1414. UNITEDSENIORCITIZENSOF BEND (USCB): uscb©bendtel.net or 541-323-3344. VOLUNTEERSINACTION: 541-548-70 I8.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLSDEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@ cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. AFS-USA: www.afsusa.org or Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCEHATCHCENTER: Andy Kizans, 54 I-383-1980. BEND PARK& RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIGSISTERS OF CENTRALOREGON:541-3126047 (Bend), 541-447-3851, ext. 333 (Prineville) or 541-325-5603 (Madras). BOY SCOUTSOF AMERICA: Paul Abbott, paulabbott©scouting.org or 541-382-4647. BOYS &GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL OREGON: www.bgcco.org, info@ bgcco.org or 541-617-2877. CAMP FIREUSA CENTRAL OREGON: campfire©bendcable.com or 541-382-4682. CASA (COURT APPOINTED SPECIALADVOCATES): www.

casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-16 I8. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLE OFFRIENDS: Beth, beth© acircleoffriendsoregon.com or 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTYSHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY© deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM:Steve Guzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS:541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY:www.deschutescountygotr. org or info©deschutescountygotr. org. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENS VOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www. highdesertmuseum.org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS:Carmelle Campbell at the Oregon Parent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673. J BAR JLEARNINGCENTER:Rick Buening, rbuening©jbarj.org or 541-389-1409. JUNIPERSWIM & FITNESS CENTER: Kim, 541-706-6127. KIDS CENTER:Lisa Weare, Iweare© kidscenter.org, 541-383-5958. LA PINEHIGHSCHOOL:Jeff Bockert, jeff.bockert@bend.k12.or.us or 541-355-8501. MEADOWLARK INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. MOUNTAINSTAR FAMILY RELIEF NURSERY:541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext. 115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE: 541548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM:http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READ TOGETHER: 541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807. REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER:Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREER PARTNERSHIP:Kent Child, 541-355-4158. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or 541-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VIMA LUPWAHOMES:www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON:541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAY& NEUTERPROJECT: 54 I-617-1010. BRIGHTSIDEANIMALCENTER: volunteer@brightsideanimals.org or 541-923-0882. CAT RESCUE, ADOPTION & FOSTER TEAM (CRAFT):www.craftcats.org, 541-389-8420 or541-598-5488. CHIMPS, INC.:www.chimps-inc.org or 541-410-4122. DESCHUTESLANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 54I-330-00I7. DESCHUTES NATIONALFOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean, 541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBON SOCIETY:www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: www.envirocenter.org or 54 I-385-6908. EGUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com or joan©equineoutreach.com or 541-419-3717. HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC RIDINGCENTER:Darcy Justice, 541-382-9410. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON: Jen, jennifer@hsco.org or 541-382-3537. HUMANE SOCIETYOFTHE OCHOCOS: 541-447-7178. JUNIPERGROUP SIERRA CLUB: 541-389-9115. PRINEVILLE BLM:www.blm.gov/or/ districts/prineville/recreation/host.php or 541-416-6700. STEWARDSHIPFOR SUSTAINABLE BAGGING: LexaMcAllister, Imcallister©cocc.edu or 541-914-6676. SUNRIVERNATURECENTER& OBSERVATORY: 541-593-4442. VOLUNTEERCAMPGROUND HOST POSITIONS: TomMottl, 54 I-4 I6-6859.

HEALTH AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY: Charlie Johnson, 541-434-3114. AMERICANREDCROSS: 54 I-749-4111. THE BLOOM PROJECT:www. thebloomproject.org or Heidi Berkman at h.berkman©thebloomproject.org or 54 I-24 I-8845. DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT: Tuesday Johnson, Tuesday Johnson@co.deschutes. or.us or 541-322-7425. HOSPICEOF REDMONDSISTERS: www.redmondhospice. org or Volunteer Coordinator at 541-548-7483. MOUNTAINVIEWHOSPITAL: JoDee Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL HOSPICE: 541-460-4030 or Tori Schultz, tschultz©mvhd.org or 541475-3882, ext. 5327.

BETHLEHEM INN: www.bethleheminn. org or 541-322-8768. BRIDGING GAPS:bendbridginggaps© gmail.com or 541-314-4277. CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING(PREVIOUSLY PEACE CENTER OF CENTRALOREGON):www. compassionatecenter.org or Beth Hansen, 541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGON VETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org©gmail.com or 54 I-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese Helton, Therese.M.Helton©state,or.us or 541-693-8988. DEPARTMENTOF HUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEERSERVICESCROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean, 541-447-3851, ext.427. DISABLEDAMERICANVETERANS (DAV):DonLang, 541-647-1002. FAMILYKITCHEN:Cindy Tidball, cindyt©bendcable.com or 54 I-610-6511. FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: 54 I-389-5468. HUMANDIGNITY COALITION: 541-385-3320. HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION: Marie, info© hungerpreventioncoalition.org or 541-385-9227. LA PINE COMMUNITY KITCHEN: 54 I-536- l3 l2. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq@ neighborimpact.org or 541-548-2380, ext.106. PEACEBRIDGES,INC., BEND: www.abridgetopeace.org or JohnC. Schwechten at541-383-2646. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: www.pflagcentraloregon.org or 541-317-2334. RONALD MCDONALDHOUSE:Teresa, 541-318-4950. SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or 541-504-2550. SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF BEND:www.sibend.org, president@ sibend.org or 541-728-0820. ST. VINCENTDEPAULSOCIAL SERVICES:541-389-6643. VOLUNTEER CONNECT:www. volunteerconnectnow.org or 541-385-8977. WINNINGOVER ANGER & VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or 541-382-1943. WOMEN'SRESOURCE CENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-385-0750.

jennifer©hsco.org or 541-382-3537. NEATREPEATTHRIFT SHOP: Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITATFOR HUMANITY:541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OF BEND: 541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OFREDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY: Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITATRESTORE: Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1193. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— LAPINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— REDMOND: 541-923-5264.

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ABILITREE: volunteer©abilitree.org or 541-388-8103, ext. 217. AMNESTYINTERNATIONAL:Philip Randall, 541-388-1793. ASSISTANCE LEAGUEOFBEND: 541-389-2075. BEND COMMUNITYCENTER: volunteer©bendscommunitycenter.org or 541-312-2069.

BENDAREAHABITAT FOR HUMANITY:jbarry@bendhabitat.org or 541-385-5387. BRIGHTSIDEANIMAL CENTER THRIFT STORE: 541-504-0101. HABITAT RESTORE:Di Crocker, 541-312-6709. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON THRIFT STORE:Jen,

NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen White, namicentraloregon© gmail.com. NEWBERRY HOSPICE:541-536-7399. PARTNERSINCARE:www. partnersbend.org or SarahPetersonat 541-382-5882. RELAYFORLIFE:Stefan Myers, 541-504-4920. ST. CHARLES IN BENDAND ST. CHARLESIN REDMOND: 541-706-6354. VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE: Kristi, 541-585-9008.

ARTS, MUSIC, CULTURE AND HERITAGE 88.9KPOV,BEND'S COMMUNITY RADIOSTATION:info©kpov.org or 541-322-0863. ART COMMITTEEOF THE REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:Linda Barker, 541-312-1064. ARTS CENTRAL STATION: 541-617-1317. CASCADES THEATRICAL COMPANY: 541-389-0803. CENTRAL OREGONSYMPHONY ASSOCIATION: Julie, 541-383-7779. DES CHUTESHISTORICAL MUSEUM: 541-389-1813, 10a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. DESCHUTESPUBLICLIBRARY SYSTEM:541-312-1032. FRIENDSOF THE BEND LIBRARIES: www.fobl.org or Meredith Shadrachat 541-617-7047. HIGH DESERTCHAMBER MUSIC: www.highdesertchambermusic. com or Isabelle Senger at info© highdesertchambermusic.com or 541-306-3988. HIGH DESERTMUSEUM: 541-382-4754. LA PINEPUBLICLIBRARY: Cindylu, 541-317-1097. LATINOCOMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Brad, volunteer©latca.org or 541-382-4366. THE NATURE OFWORDS: www.thenatureofwords.org or 541-647-2233. REDMOND FRIENDSOF THE LIBRARY:541-312-1060. REDMONDINTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE (R.I.C.E.): Barb, bonitodia@msn.com or541-447-0732. TOWER THEATREFOUNDATION: 541-317-0700.

GOVERNMENT, CITY AND COMMUNITY THE CITIZENREVIEWBOARD(CRB): crb.volunteer.resources©ojd.state. or.us or 888-530-8999. CITY OFBEND:Cheryl Howard, choward@ci.bend.or.us or 541-388-5505. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher, 541-317-3186or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVERWOODS NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org or Barbaraat info© drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES: Therese Helton, 541-4756131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIREPROTECTION DISTRICT:Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARDDISTRICT NEIGHBORHOODASSOCIATION: www.orcharddistrictneighborhood. com. SCORE:Bruce Michalski, www. scorecentraloregon.org or 54 I-316-0662. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE:541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

CENTRALOREGON LOCAVORE:ww w. centraloregonlocavore.com or Niki at info©centraloregonlocavore.com or 541-633-0674. HIGHDESERT SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 54 I-749-6517. OREGON ADAPTIVESPORTS: www.oregonadaptivesports.org, info©oregonadaptivesports.org or 54 I-306-4774. SACRED ARTOFLIVING CENTER: 541-383-4179.

SUPPORT GROUPS The following list contains support group information submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must beupdated monthly for inclusion. Tosubmit, email relevant details to communitylife© bendbulletin.com. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103. ABILITREEYOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 219. ABILITREEBRAIN INJURYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-388-8103. ADHD ADULTSUPPORTGROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GROUP: 541-389-5446. ADULTCHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS: 541-633-8 I89. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORT GROUP): 541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.com. AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT, COMMUNITYRESOURCES AND SUPPORT(DESCHUTES COUNTY HEALTHDEPARTMENT): 541-322-7402. AIDSHOT LINE:800-342-AIDS. AL-ANON: 541-728-3707 or www. centraloregonal-anon.org. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS (AA): 541-548-0440 or www.coigaa.org. ALS SUPPORT GROUP: 541-977-7502. ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION: 541-548-7074. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-330-6400. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214. AUTISM RESOURCEGROUP OF CENTRALOREGON:541-788-0339. BENDATTACHMENTPARENTING: 541-385-1787. BEND S-ANONFAMILY GROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 54 I382-6122 or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUPS: 541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 541-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRSNETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, baninbend©yahoo.com. BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-382-945 I. CANCERFAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. CANCERINFORMATION LINE: 541-706-7743. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-536-7399. CELEBRATE RECOVERYBEND: Faith Christian Center, 541-383-5801; Westside Church, 541-382-7504; centraloregoncr.org

CELEBRATERECOVERY LAPINE: suemiller92©gmail.com. Grace Fellowship, 541-536-2878; High DEPRESSIONSUPPORT GROUP: Lakes Christian Church, 541-536541-617-0543. 3333; Living Waters Church, 541-536- DIABETES EATFORLIFE!: 541-3061215; centraloregoncr.org 6801 or www.centraloregonnutrition. CELEBRATERECOVERY MADRAS: com. Living HopeChristian Center, 541DIABETIC SUPPORT GROUP: 475-2405 or centraloregoncr.org. 541-598-4483. CELEBRATERECOVERY REDMOND: DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP: Redmond Assembly of GodChurch, 541-548-4555 or centraloregoncr.org. 541-388-8103. DIVORCE CARE:541-410-4201. CENTRALOREGON ALZHEIMER'S/ DOUBLETROUBLE RECOVERY: DEMENTIACAREGIVERS SUPPORT Addiction and mental illness group; GROUP: 541-504-0571. 541-317-0050. CENTRALOREGONAUTISM DYSTONIASUPPORT GROUP: ASPERGER'SSUPPORTTEAM: 541-388-2577. 541-633-8293. ENCOPRESIS (SOILING): 541-548CENTRALOREGONAUTISM SPECTRUM RESOURCEAND FAMILY 2814 or encopresis@gmail.com. SUPPORTGROUP:541-279-9040. EVENINGBEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP:541-460-4030 CENTRAL OREGONCOALITION FOR ACCESS(WORKING TO CREATE FAITHBASED RECOVERY GROUP: ACCESSIBLE COMMUNITIES): Drug and alcohol addictions; 541-385-3320. pastordavid©thedoor3r.org. CENTRALOREGON DEPRESSION FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: AND ANXIETYGROUP:541-420-2759 54 I-389-5468. CENTRALOREGON DISABILI TY GAMBLERSANONYMOUS: Redmond SUPPORTNETWORK:541-548-8559 541-280-7249,Bend 541-390-4365. or www.codsn.org. GAMBLINGHOT LINE:800-233-8479. CENTRALOREGON FAMILIESWITH GERIATRICCARE MANAGEMENT: MULTIPLES:541-330-5832 or info©paulbattle.com or 541-388-2220. 1-877-867- l437. CENTRALOREGON LEAGUE OF GLUCOSE CONTROLLOW CARB AMPUTEESSUPPORT GROUP DIETSUPPORT GROUP: kjdnrcd@ (COLA):541-480-7420 or www. yahoo.com or 541-504-0726. ourcola.org. GLUTENINTOLERANCE GROUP CENTRALOREGON RIGHTTO LIFE: (CELIAC):541-390-2399. 541-383-1593. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:Support for CHILDCAR SEAT CLINIC (PROPER pregnant teensandteenmoms; INSTALLATIONINFORMATION FOR 541-383-3515. SEATANDCHILD): 541-504-5016. GRANDPARENTSRAISING OUR CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: CHILDREN'SKIDS: 541-306-4939. 541-330-3907. GRANDPARENTSSUPPORTGROUP: CHRISTIANWOMEN OF HOPE 541-385-4741. (WOMEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GRIEFSHAREGRIEF RECOVERY GROUP):541-382-1832. SUPPORTGROUP:541-382-1832. CLARE BRIDGEOFBEND GRIEFSUPPORT GROUP:541-306(ALZHEIMER'SSUPPORT GROUP): 6633, 541-318-0384 or mullinski© 541-385-4717 or rnortonf@ bendbroadband.com. brookdaleliving.com. GRIEFAND LOSS SUPPORT GROUP: CO-DEPENDENTSANONYMOUS 541-508-4036 or www.gohospice. BEND:541-610-7445. com, CO-DEPENDENTSANONYMOUS GRIEFSHARE (FAITH-BASED) REDMOND:541-6 IO-8 l75. RECOVERY CLASS: 541-389-8780. COFFEEAND CONNECTION CANCER HEALINGENCOURAGEMENT FOR SUPPORTGROUP:541-706-3754. ABORTION-RELATEDTRAUMA COMPASSIONATEFRIENDS (FOR (H.E.A.R.T.): 541-318-1949. THOSE GRIEVINGTHE LOSS OF A CHILD):541-480-0667 or HEALTHYFAMILIESOF TH EHIGH 541-536-1709. DESERT: Homevisits for families with newborns; 541-749-2133 CREATIVITY& WELLNESS — MOOD GROUP:541-647-0865. HEARINGLOSS ASSOCIATION:541390-2174 or ctepper©bendcable.com. CROOKED RIVER RANCHADULT GRIEF SUPPORT: 541-548-7483. HEARTS OF HOPE:Abortion healing; 541-728-4673. DEFEATCANCER:541-706-7743. IMPROVE YOUR STRESS LIFE: DESCHUTESCOUNTY MENTAL 541-706-2904. HEALTH24-HOUR CRISISLINE: 541-322-7500. INFERTILITY SUPPORT GROUP (RESOLVE):541-604-0861. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR SUPPORTALLIANCE:541-549-9622 LA LECHE LEAGUEOFBEND: or 541-771-1620. 541-317-5912. DEPRESSIONAND BIPOLAR LIVING WELL (CHRONIC SUPPORT:541-480-8269 or CONDITIONS):541-322-7430.

LIVING WITHCHRONICILLNESSES SUPPORTGROUP:541-536-7399. LUPUS &FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP:541-526-1375. MADRAS NICOTINEANONYMOUS GROUP:541-993-0609. MATERNAL/CHILDHEALTH PROGRAM(DESCHUTES COUNTYHEALTHDEPARTMENT): 54 I-322-7400. MEMORY CARESUPPORT GROUP: 541-848-4144 oracs©touchmark.com. MEN'SCANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. MENDED HEARTSSUPPORT GROUP: 54 I-706-4789. MISCARRIAGESUPPORT GROUP: 541-514-9907. MOMMY ANDMEBREASTFEEDINGSUPPORT GROUP: Laura, 54 I-322-7450. MULTIPLESCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP:541-706-6802. NARCONON: 800-468-6933. NARCOTICSANONYMOUS (NA): 541-416-2146. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESSOF CENTRAL OREGON (NAMI):541-408-7779, 541-504-1431 or email: vonriedlpn©yahoo.com. NAMI BEND- EXTREMESTATES: 541647-2343 or www.namicentraloregon. org NAMI BENDCONNECTIONS:541480-8269, 541-382-3218 or www. namicentraloregon.org NAMI BENDFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP:whitefam©bendcable.com or www.namicentraloregon.org. NAMI MADRASCONNECTIONS: For peers, 541-475-1873 or NAMlmadras©gmail.com. NAMI MADRASFAMILY SUPPORT GROUP:541-475-1873 or NAMlmadras@gmail.com. NAMI MADRASFAMILY-FAMILY SUPPORTGROUP:541-475-3299 or www.namicentraloregon.org NAMI REDMOND FAMILYSUPPORT GROUP:namicentraloregon©gmail. com. NAMI REDMONDCONNECTIONS: 541-382-3218 or 541-693-4613. NEWBERRY HOSPICEOF LA PINE: 541-536-7399. OREGON COMMISSIONFOR THE BLIND:541-447-49 I5. OREGON CURE:541-475-2164. OREGON LYMEDISEASE NETWORK: 541-312-3081 or www.oregonlyme. org. OVEREATERSANONYMOUS: 541306-6844 or www.oa.org. PARENTS/CAREGIVERSOF CHILDRENAFFECTEDBYAUTISM SUPPORTGROUP:541-771-1075 or http://coregondevdisgroupaso.ning. com. PARENTS OFMURDEREDCHILDREN (POMC)SUPPORT GROUP: 541-410-7395. PARISH NURSESANDHEALTH

MINISTRIES:541-383-6861. PARKINSON'SCAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP:541-317-1188. PARKINSON'SDISEASE SUPPORT GROUP: 541-280-5818. PARTNERSINCARE:Home health and hospice services; 541-382-5882. PAUL'SCLUB:Dads and male caregiver support group; 541-548-8559. PFLAGCENTRAL OREGON: For parents, families and friends of lesbians andgays; 541-317-2334 or www.pflagcentraloregon.org. PLAN LOVINGADOPTIONS NOW (PLAN):541-389-9239. PLANNEDPARENTHOOD: 888-875-7820. PMS ACCESS LINE: 800-222-4767. PREGNANCYRESOURCECENTERS: Bend,541-385-5334; Madras,541475-5338; Prineville, 541-447-2420; Redmond, 541-504-8919. PULMONARY HYPERTENSION SUPPORT GROUP:541-548-7489. SAVINGGRACE SUPPORT GROUPS: Bend, 541-382-4420; Redmond, 541-504-2550, ext. 1; Madras, 541-475-1880. SCLERODERMA SUPPORTGROUP: 541-480-1958. SEXAHOLICSANONYMOUS: 541-595-8780. SOUPANDSUPPORT: Formourners; 541-548-7483. STEPMOM SUPPORTGROUP: 541-325-3339 or www. insightcounselingbend.com. SUPPORTGROUP FOR FAMILIES

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two original members still

active, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, thought the replacements for ex-band-

mates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss should perform at the ceremony instead

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the band. "You've got to for-

ferent abilities," she says later,

give to live." The band received a crowd-pleasing endorsement from Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, who said Kiss inspired him to play music. He said he had to fight off high school bullies who ridiculed him for liking the band. "Tonight proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the high school bullies and critics were wrong," he said. "Kiss fans were right." Springsteen's 1999 entrance into the Rock Hall without the E Street Band was a sore point for some

of its members. They got their due Thursday in the sidemen category, although it was a posthumous honor for saxman Clarence Clemons and keyboard player Danny Federici. Their leader recalled a k itchen conversation 15

years ago with his buddy and bandmate, Steve Van Zandt. Springsteen took

pride in his independence and the band was only beginning to repair relations after a decade apart. He had no problem being inducted alone.

"Steve said, 'Yes, I understand,'" Springsteen recalled, "'but Bruce Springsteen and th e E S t r eet Band, that's the legend.'"

So the band, known for its long concerts, made up for lost time. Their induction took 85 minutes,

as individual members ignored requests to keep their speeches short. Then they took the stage for performances of "The E Street Shuffle," "The River" and

an epic "Kitty's Back." "Lucky for you, there are only two of us," Daryl Hall said when he was inducted with partner John Oates.

The duo was a mainstay on the radio during the

"you have to wait until theyget comfortable. And that's when it happens." It's the moment, she says, "you see the light in their eyes."

'My perfect life is over' Nearly five years ago, a doctor stood before Driscoll and explained that an ultrasound

had picked up several markers for Down syndrome. Driscoll was 20 weeks pregnant, a busy mother of five boys and about to leave on a vacation to

the Wisconsin Dells. Down syndrome was not in her plans. "I didn't really even know what Down syndrome was," she said. She mourned for w eeks,

crying so often she was afraid that she would never be able to leave her house. She had never

known a person with a developmental disability. "I would rock my youngest son to sleep and think, 'My perfect life is over,'" she said. She read articles online,

she said, "trying to find resources that would tell me my with Down

s y ndrome. But

A nurse asked: What will Driscoll didn't know. The nurse smiled and said:

M eanwhile, Peter G ab riel wasn't a r ound f o r

his last induction in 2010,

when tests showed that Grace

for his work as a member of Genesis. "Itfeels better

had few of the health complications that often accompany Down syndrome. Driscoll was soon taking pictures of Grace and posting them on Facebook and later to a blog she launched, 5boysandlgirlmake6.com.

They performed some of their hits — "She's Gone," "I Can't Go For That" and

"You Make My Dreams Come True" — although hitting some of the high notes again was a struggle.

when you're here," he said backstage. Gabriel said aspiring musicians should surround themselves with brilliance and, noting his earlyfailures as a drummer, shouldn't be afraid to try different things — this from the artist known for

his theatrical outfits during early Genesis days. Coldplay singer Chris Martin credited Gabriel with creating a cathedral

of sound and "he helped John Cusack get back his girlfriend in the movie 'Say Anything.'" That movie's climactic moment featured Gabriel's song "In Your Eyes," and Gabriel performed a soaring version to celebrate his induction.

are each expected to gross around $40 million in ticket sales in the United States

and Canada Friday through Sunday, according to people who have seen prerelease audience surveys. A $40 million debut for "Rio 2," the latest release

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"When you are working with children who have different abilities, you have to wait until they get comfortable. And that's when it happens," said Katie Driscoll, explaining her method of taking photos of her daughter, 4-year-oid Grace, right. They were in Driscoli's home studio for a photo shoot for the "Lemon Loves Lime" children's clothing designer. At left is Meghan Doyle, mother of another girl who

from 20th Century Fox's

also posed for photos. sending heartfelt emails to say how touched they were to see Grace in an advertisement. Steve English, a friend who has a son with a disability, began urging Driscoll to do more. "I started to say to her,

'We need to take this further,'" he said. "'Why aren't there

animation company Blue Sky Studios, would likely

"The one thing I didn't want

people to do is to feel sorry for me or to feel sorry for my daughter," she said. "I used those pictures to say, 'Look! She's beautiful!'"

'We need to takethis further' As part of her blog, Driscoll posted pictures of Grace in outfits from small online boutiques. Those boutiques

and unique," said her mother,

at the computer at least until

put it neck-and-neck with the r ed - white-and-blue-

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midnight," he said.

clad hero for the top of the

Hers is a mission of love. "The thing I ask advertisers is: 'Why not?'" she said. "It's really not that hard. There's

box-office charts. That number would also

"People have pretty traditional notions of what beauty is. Something as simple as a walkeror a brace can distract them from seeing the actual person. It takes a person

put it on track to match the original "Rio." That 2011 film opened to $39 million and went on to rake in $144

nothing extra you have to do to include people with disabili-

like Katie to see beyond that," ties. You just have to give them Scott said. "It's amazing what a chance." stream media?' " she is doing for these kids." With a h a l f-dozen more Driscoll was among many Driscoll's models have ap- shoots scheduled, Driscoll says parents who cheered for Nord- peared in ads for Los Ange- she hopes the subliminal powstrom when in 2011 the retail- les-based Little Maven, San er of advertising can make the er ran an ad featuring a boy Diego-based Infantino toys world a more tolerant place. "Advertising is such a vehiwith Down syndrome. She and St. Louis-based Sweet Pewas equally heartened when tunia clothing, among many clefor change. People make Target followed suit with one others. This summer, Driscoll decisions based on what they picturing the same child the organizeda professional fash- see on TV and in the newspafollowing year. She hoped the ion shoot in a l oft complete per. The more the media emtrend would catch on. But the with three photographers and braces people with disabilities, buzz died down, and she re- a makeup artist/stylist. The the more people will realize called, "nothing changed." event culminatedwith agallery that people with disabilities And so, in spring 2012, exhibit, where models with dis- are capable," she said. "It all comes down to the fact Driscoll and English launched abilities circulated among ada Facebook page and a vertising executives. that I want mydaughter to have "I'm going to cry now a job when she grows up. I want website, ChangingTheFaceof Beauty.org. The goal:to create talking about it," said Kath- her to be independent, and I an online gallery where adver- ie Lyall, recalling how her want her to have opportuni22-year-old daughter, Kiley, ties," said Driscoll. "I hope that tisers could see children with disabilities and consider cast- who has autism, lit up with through this work more people ing them in a campaign. excitement when she learned will be exposed and more peoDriscoll started by posting she had been chosen to partici- ple will understand that just two dozen photos. But she pate in the fashion shoot. "You because you have a diagnosis, wanted the site to have broad work so hard for your kids just doesn'tmeanthatyou're not careach. To collect as many im- to be normal, just to fit in to ev- pable of living a perfectly hapages as possible, she asked eryday things. This was a real- py, independent life." parentsto send professional ly cool thing." photographs of their children. That event caught the atIf the parents couldn't afford tention of Markus Giolas, who a photographer, Driscoll and owns Real Talent, a ChicaEnglish found one willing to go-based agency. He ended up donate the time. signing 15 children and adults with disabilities and now roua i! ' ; Drawing interest r i tinely sends their head shots to

million domestically, with an additional $341 million

kids like this in t h e m ain-

At first, there was little re-

sponse to their campaign. They didn't know if the idea

from overseasaccounting for 70 percent of its world-

wide gross. Director Carlos Saldanha returns for the "Rio"

follow-up, which features the voices of Anne Hatha-

way, Jesse Eisenberg, Jamie Foxx and Tracy Morgan. The film cost $103 million to make. "The Winter

Soldier," Marvel Studios' sequel to 2011's "Captain America: The First Aveng-

er," took off last weekend with an April record of $95 million in ticket sales.

"Draft Day," the backroom football drama starring Kevin Costner as the general manager of the struggling Cleveland Browns, is poised for an

opening of $12 million or less. The micro-budget horror movie "Oculus" should generate around $13million.

clients.

"I just want to get their faces out in front of as many people as possible," Giolas said. "I

want my clients to know that But within a f e w w eeks, they exist and that this is an links to their website began to option."

her biggest comfort was her husband, Tom. Late at night, ping around the Internet. when she whispered her fears, Photos poured in from famTom Driscoll held steady. He ilies as far away as Australia told her: "This child is going and the Netherlands. Within a to teach us a lot more than we few months, the effort was bewill ever teach this child." ing praised by Maria Shriver, Indeed, there were many whose mother, Eunice Kennelessons and many surprises dy Shriver, founded the Spethat lay ahead. The first came cial Olympics in 1968. in the delivery room when the Driscoll kept sending her doctor turned to Driscoll and emails to different companies said: "You have your girl." — always attaching photos of Driscoll had given birth to the children. five boys. She had been so Slowly, companies began to sure she was going to have an- respond. other boy that she had refused In the fall, one of her pitchto consider names for a girl. es landed in the inbox of CaBut here was a beautiful sey Silver, who oversees sodaughter. cial media for Tori Spelling's you call her?

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No. 1movie"Captain America: The Winter Soldier"

baby was going to be OK." She would resonate with parents, met with parents of children much less businesses.

"She looks like a Grace." By then, Driscoll's grief was gone. What was left was joy. Weeks passed in a blur of pink. Friends brought onesies, hats and dresses. Driscoll was so happy, she said, "I had a perma-grin." Her gratitude only increased

late 1970s and early 1980s.

The 3-D

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She dances with Grace in

her arms. Grace begins to laugh. lemonade stand, sitting next

up, I'll always be the Cat-

office.

shed, and now the room has

unheard.

appearedbehindthe microphone."In andoutofm ake-

tain America at the box

to move his lawn mower to a

of the original four. The result: Kiss' music went

each other when the quartet

A flock of tropical birds will play the villain to Cap-

picks her up, she clings to her mom's neck and refuses to let

version of "All Apologies" ending the night. Kiss was responsible for preceremony drama. The

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to the floor. When her mother

Joan Jett was chosen to sing "Smells Like Teen Spirit." Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, St. Vincent and Lorde each took turns at the microphone, with Lorde's

'Rio' to take on 'Captain America'

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ily simply see a beautiful girl, with blond hair and blue eyes, who pirouettes in the kitchen,

who loves to wear dresses, who is chatty and affectionate and, her father says with

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a disability," he said. He's found it "inspiring to watch" his wife take on the advertising industry. "Between

the photography and the blogMaven. "We get emails all the ging, I don't know that a night time," Silver recalled. But this goes by that I don't see her still children's clothing line, Little

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Chicago Special Parent magazine, she broke into a huge grin and burst out laughing. In th e

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Abby, who has cerebral palsy, posed in a pale pink dress, tipped her head adorably and leaned so gracefully against

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Hammer pants, those baggy, balloon-shaped slacks made popular by that famous MC in the early 90's, are back. They're being rebranded as"Harem Pants" and are on runways all over the world. Fondue too. It didn't die in the 70s. It's experiencing a resurgence, but this time

the cheese is from grass-fed cows on local farms. Overalls, biscuits and gravy, the pompadour hair cut — even Madonna is making a new album. Trends and styles come back through, are reinvented all the

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time, and housing trends are no different.

Ultra-modern, contemporary, Usonian — it's being called many things, but we've all seen the sleek lines, the gableless flat roofs, and walls bright with

oversized windows and minimal superfluous adornment. Right angles everywhere. Not an annular line to be found. But why now? And what is it? And how does the return of the mid-century modern esthetic fit into our lives today?

"The shift is a whole conglomeration of things," said Shayne Olsen of Bend Trend Homes."But my opinion is that it has a lot to do with lifestyle, and Bend is right on point with the rest of the Northwest. Portland, Seattle, California — we're

definitely seeing a shift."

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With Bend's last housing boom seeing a huge flux of prairie and

lines that need to be considered as early as the framing.. . but people

craftsman homes, a style that has its markings in huge beams, crown

are stepping outside the box."

molding and superfluous amounts of trim, newer homes are being built with less inadvertent grandeur and more attention to simpler detail. "There was such exuberant consumerism in the late 80s through the dot-com bust of the 90s and early 2000s, and the craftsman home is beautiful, but it's fun to see people trying something else,"Olsen said.

"It makes our jobs more challenging. I just think that before people choose any home, especially a contemporary one, they spend time considering what they're getting into. A lot of people spend more time

"In a Northwest contemporary home, there's nothing to hide behind, so little trim, lots of windows. If there's a mistake, you're going to no-

"There's definitely a shift, which is really nice,"Willman continued.

researching the car they own, and homes are multiple the investment of that."

"At the end of the day, they're very personal choices,"O'Neil added, tice, and it's our passion to try to make things perfect. It's what we do, "and this kind of home is not for everybody. It works best for people and so the challenge is really fun." who want an unfettered, simple lifestyle. Uncluttered. Unfettered. The trend of new lines and new shapes in homes isn't just relegated Contemporary homes have room for artwork and gourmet cooking, to age or socioeconomic demographics, either. It's a shift that's just as great lighting and space on the walls for artwork and to express your much about about ideology as it is about style.

own personality. They're a blank canvas, which is what makes them

"What's great about the shift is that it's also about these homes being so great." high-performance smart homes, energy efficient, healthy to live in, duWhile many housing trends are marked by the adornment — the look rable, easy to maintain,"said Cindi O'Neil co-owner and vice-president — what's compelling is that this one is marked by the usability, the of SolAire Homebuilders."Craftsman, mid-century, prairie — they all purpose, what it's like to be in the house day to day and, if anything,

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can be high efficient. But the new, simpler styles and continuity of space not only look cool, but the simplicity also facilitates that home

the lack of adornment thereof. "It's clean and livable.You have lots of connected common space, and

itself is really efficient from the ground up." "We're having to include finish carpenters much earlier in the process of homebuilding,"added Kristian Willman, owner of Timberline Construction."People think that contemporary homes are more afford-

it's timeless. The designs and finishes are simple, and so it's not gonna feel dated 10 years from now. That's another thing that's so great about this style of home. We know that they're gonna last... Another shift is gonna happen. People want what's new and exciting, but when that happens, these homes will still be around and beautiful and people are still gonna love living in them."

able because they're simpler, and they can be, but they also take a lot more attention to detail because of all the straight lines — straight

Tona Restine & Lawnae Hunter are so pleased to welcome Clair Sagiv to Windermere! Clair is well loved & respected in the Real Estate community & we know that she will positively thrive in the environment

we have created! Buyers & Sellers... this is exciting news! Clair Sagiv is now available to serve ALL of your Real Estate needs, call or email her today. Clair can be reached at 541-390-2328 or clair©windermere.com "I'rn so happy to be at Windermere, and am having so much fun getting to know new people, colleagues 4 cl ients! I l ove the many tools Windermere has available to help my Buyers 8 Se llers! My special thanks to Tona 8 LalNnae for this wonderful opportunity!" - Clair Sagiv, Broker

Please help us welcome Dan Appel to our company! Dan is a true asset to the team of Brokers at Windermere. As a former medic in the Army, he is adeptatservingtheneedsofothers&bringsthatsamelevelofcommitment& conscientious service to all of his clients! Call or email Dan today at

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Mitsub541-788-3678 office area, large in10 Acres, Gorgeous River's Edge Golf ishi electric heating 8 sulated garage and a $194,900. too new for Mtn Views Course backing 14th MLS¹201400132 c ooling syst e m . great large deck to • 30x60 insulated shop T-Box. Ad ¹9952 Count on our group of local real estate Pam Lester, Principal Kitchen has fantastic enjoy. Lot is .26 acre w/4 bays, workshop 8 Broker, TEAM Birtola Garmyn Century 21 cabinets with Corian and is easy to mainprofessionals to help you navigate. office High Desert Realty Gold Country Realty, countertops. Adjacent tain with the sprinkler MORRIS • Single level home, 541-312-9449 Inc. 541-504-1338 guest house and main system. All this at the REAL ESTATE built in 2000, 1728 sq. www.BendOregon h ome together f or "sell fast price" of ft. ~ y~ ~ ad d RealEstate.com 80 Acres l $875,000 $ 235,000. 42 4 S E • 10 acres, 6 irrigated, • 1939 sq.ft, 2 bedroom, $510,000 MLS¹201309647 Mustang Place, Bend. 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Updated on large fenced lot! you are looking for in the • Corner location across • NE Bend single level AD¹1232 beautiful h a rdwood CLASSIFIEDS dC. ' S from tennis courts • 3 bedroom, 2 bath flooring, kitchen cabiTEAM Birtola Garmyn Danielle Snow, Broker • 2 bedroom, 2 bath High Desert Realty 137233 Mohawk Drive. netry with glass ac541-306-1015 • Fenced yards & 2-car cents, granite coun541-312-9449 MORRIS 3 bdrm, 1 bath 1600 tandem garages John L. Scott www. BendOregon REAL ESTATE tertops with tile back sq. ft., assumable 4% Real Estate, Bend www.johnlscott.com/44 RealEstate.com splash and large isloan. Beautiful great 02 www.johnlscottbend.com land. Living room Plus extended bar, A LIFE IN PARADISE! Like New River Canyon room, Kellie Cook, Broker Family Room! Forced • 0 • • French doors to out 2 Bdrm, 1 bath, 800y Cabin on Deschutes! 2 541-408-0463 Estate, $394,500 air heat with central side patio, attached bed cabin overlook• Large open, sunny Sq.ft., rustic cottage John L. Scott A/C. Huge 1380 Sq Ft g arage. Over 2 . 6 on a 2.99y acre paring Deschutes river Real Estate, Bend great room with 12' roll up acres backs to BLM w /separate gu e s t www.johnlscottbend.com shop • 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath & cel. Come viewthis door and storage loft land. Master with bath quarters & dbl garage. amazing piece of laundry room MLS 201 3 08238.Equestrian Delight! 1.44 will work for your RV! • Large patio with firepit and walk-in closet. paradise on the outa c kyard, Renai water heater, $239,900.Nancy skirts of Redmond. a cres fenced a n d Fencedshedb and • BBQ, water feature lots plumbed for propane Popp, Principal Bro- cross-fenced, 2-stall storage • Amenities: pool, gym Built on the curve of of paved parking area. or elect. in k itchen the Deschutes River, ker 541-815-8000 b arn, 1352 sq . f t . ¹201401030 John L. & tennis Crooked River Realty home with western Scott Real E s tate PSbrokersOyahoo.com and laundry room, this perfect small heat pump and fa fur home has amazing accents. $ 1 8 4,900 541-548-1712 541-410-8084 or Cascade Views l nace. Storage shed ¹ 201401334 Call 541-848-7590 views of the moun62764 Idanha Ct. $475,000 and covered storage, tains and the river. Nancy Popp, Princi Great location. Great Windermere Central • 2736 sq.ft. Iog home •Cascademountainview concrete drive walk pal Broker, 541-815- bones in this 3 bdrm, Oregon Real Estate Detached garage has • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath way and e ntrance. a studio-type room • Large great room 8000. Crooked River 2 b a t h Re d mond 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, Almost New lawn in 2013. with an extra bath and • 4.49 acres, backs Realty • Luxurious finishes h ome. 1920 sq. f t . state land $239,000. MLS 1600 sq.ft. Nestled in shower attached. • Bonus room upstairs P I N Es w/large utility room • MLS 201401158 2 01401156 Ker r y the Pines, AD¹1672 European Feel $425,000 w hich could b e a • Priced at $674,900 541-8'I5-6363 Jerry Stone, Broker TEAM Birtola Garmyn • Seldom found acreMLS¹201309622 computer room, too. 541%90-9598 Cascade Realty, High Desert Realty DIRECIIONS:West on Shevlin Park Rd., age with irrigation Bobbie Strome, Step-down v a u lted 541-312-9449 • Convenient to all of right on ParkCommons Dr., Right on Principal Broker 17280 SE Renegade living room w/woodwww. BendOregon Bend Chiloquin 0r., right on Imbler Dr. to John L Scott Real Loop, $230,000. stove. Attached large RealEstate.com • Remodeled and added shop & 2-car garage. Idanha Ct. 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, 1 acre, Estate 541-385-5500 to 1280 sq.ft. home w/2 Beautiful Custom Home Oil monitor for heatToo many upgrades to MORRIS • Total privacy with stall barn. Minutes w/above ground list! in this 1946 sq. ft. in Premiere Golf REAL ESTATE views of Cascades as ing from Prineville. oil t ank. $ 2 99,900 1899 NW Monterey Mews 3 b d rm , 2 d/~ bath Community well I~ ~ d ddd mB MLS ¹201306623 ¹201306715. home. Landscaped, • Condominium cottages • 4 bedrooms, 3 baths • Unique to Bend with John L. Scott Real fenced, in a q u i et Winderemere Swifterra • Gourmet kitchen Classic Redmond • Patios, water feature lots of possibilities 150 NW 4th St., Estate 541-548-1712 cul-de-sac. $239,900. w/huge center island Home - New Listing Sharon Abrams, CRS, • HOA doesyard work Prineville, OR. MLS 2013 1 0535. • Granite & cabinets • 4 bed, 2 bath on .46 Principal Broker, 541-447-7502 • Near Newport Ave. Handsomely appoint ed Pam Lester, Principal galore acre nicely treed lot 541-280-9309 in Vista Meadows. 3 • Homes priced from $299,000 Broker, Century 21 2241 NW Awbrey Rd., • 0.63 acre w/lush land- • Park-like setting with John L. Scott bdrms, 2 baths, 2013 Gold Country Realty, Bend. Hand crafted scaping RV space DIRECTIOIIS:West on NWNewport Real Estate, Bend s q. f t. , h i g h e n d Inc. 541-504-1338 home with attention to Danielle Snow, Broker • Updated windows are www.johnlscottbend.com Ave./NW Shevlin Park Rd., right on NW stainless appliances 541-306-1015 light 8 bright detail on a l l f i nish Pence Ln., left on NW Monterey Pines Very motivated seller. and light fixtures. New John L. Scott • $189,000 won't last This is a must Former model home for fencing. Dr. Property on right. Beautiful home in SW work. $2 7 9,900 long! preview pro p erty. Real Estate, Bend Crescent Creek Redmond with very ¹ 201300620. Jim fir doors, cus- www.johnlscottbend.com Kathy Denning, Broker Over 2300 sq ft, 3 motivated seller. This Solid Hinton, 541-420-6229 541-480-4429 tom clear vertical fir bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 4 bedroom, 2 bath Beautiful Lodge I-IIDDEN John L. Scott 61089 Ruby Peak I.n. cabinets 8 ceiling fans o pen f l oo r pl a n ,Central Oregon Realty home is ready for its Style Estate Real Estate, Bend in all rooms. Great • 5 acres vaulted ceilings, light Group, LLC HIILS • Vaulted great room new owners. Small with Cascade floor plan with www.johnlscottbend.com and bright w indow • Attractive finishes shop with hot tub and room Mtn views Home on 4.9 Acreswood floors & a fire- • 5398 sq. ft., 6 BR, 4 ackage, cus t om Extremely well main• Vaulted master BR gazebo in backyard. Copper Canyon - 3 bd, p place surrounded by paint finishes throughMLS 201308103 BA 2.5 ba in 2350y sf. out. Master bedroom tained 3 bdrm 2 BA• Island kitchen cabinetry. 3 bedroom, John L. Scott Real • 3200 sq. ft. shop bath s i ngle s t o ry Nice, newer home in a nd d en/office o n • Priced at $824,800 2.5 bath, large masEstate 541-548-1712 w/large office SW Bend. The Old ome o n 4 9 fla t t er b e droom w i t h • 24'x36' main level. Covered h barn 4 acres DIRECTIOtts:South on Brosterhous Mill, river, parks, rec- back porch/ patio and acres. 2208 sq. ft., walk-in closet, irrigation Single level on almost Rd., left on Marble Mountain Ln., left on reation and shopping rock fireplace, dbl gabuilt-ins & bath with all newly l a n dscaped 1/2 acre. Won't last • Granite, travertine, Ruby PeakLn. are a short distance rage, gas fireplace, the extras. M ature yard — too many uplong! Ad ¹2102 marble finishes away. Great room liv- grades and features central air & m o re. landscaping with Shelley TEAM Birtola Garmyn Arnold, Broker 201 3 10722 ing that i s l i ght & to list. New price of MLS¹ paver paths. Close to High Desert Realty 541-771-9329 61662 Daly Estates Dr. bright. Gas log fire- only $345,000. Pam downtown Bend & has 541-312-9449 $239,000. John L. Scott Lester, Principal Bro• Bright southern exposure place with slate sur- MLS201209207 plenty of parking for www. BendOregon Real Estate, Bend round. Kitchen has ker, Century 21 Gold • Open floor plan uests & toys. www.johnlscottbend.com Clyde Browning, RealEstate.com Country Realty, Inc. slate floor, h ickory • Laminate wood floors 459,000 Principal Broker, 541-504-1338 cabinets, fully appliComplete Tumalo MLS¹201308330 541-480-4520 • Large kitchen Beautiful 8 anced and a pantry. Package, $700,000 Bobbie Strome, Eagle Commercial Spacious. • Priced at $2$9,900 Large open loft family • 3645 sq.ft. custom Principal Broker Real Estate Beautiful property with room (currently used Get your DIRECTIOIIS:From Hwy.20 East, south home on small acreJohn L Scott Real comfortable spaces as a bedroom by tenon 27th St., right on Capella Pl., right on age business Estate 541-385-5500 for varied family inter- ants). Larger fenced Going Green at The • Stunning mtn views 8 Daly Estates Dr. Greens! Bea u tiful ests. Exquisite teak22555 Mcardlerear yard for entereasy care property wood flooring in foyer, taining, kids & pets. contemporary single e ROW I N G $574,000 • Commercial green custom Red• 20 acres of mountain living area and gour- Chain link fence dog level house & pond mond home w/new met kitchen. Kitchen e nclosure 8 views sm a l l • Detached office buildsolar power. Quiet with an ad in has granite countering 8 hobby building • 3 bed, 2.5 bath + Bo- tops, large i s land, s torage shed t o o . cul-de-sac, easy ac1472 Portland Ave. The Bulletin's nus room rd $249,000. Rinehart, Dempsey & cess to Hwy 97. Light planning desk and • Ready for 5.8 kW solaarray r :4, • 2560 sq. ft. MLS¹201401159 "Call A Service Phelps, Broker & Bright kitchen with numerous oak cabi• Bright southern exposure Bobbie Strome, www.rlnehartdeplsey.com • 15 acres irrigation + n ets. Master b e dgranite countertops, Professional" Barn Principal Broker • Fully remodeled, updated Windermere Central eating bar, stainless room on main level Directory John L Scott Real Oregon Real Estate www.johnlscott.com/76 • View of city & Paulinas appliances & til e with luxurious bath924 Estate 541-385-5500 flooring. Family room • Priced at $463,000 room an d p r i vate Beautiful log home with Kathy Caba, Principal deck. Large Custom with Cascade w/gas fireplace 8 Horse Property 3 bdrm, Cascade views, Broker 541-771-1761 DIRECTIONS: West on NW Newport 2 bath, 1823 sq. ft., built-ins PLUS a Livf amily/media r o o m views, Corian, Vac, John L. Scott $329,900 Ave., right on NW11th St., left on NW dbl garage on 2 .3 ing Room. Spacious and game/rec room. bayed wind ows, • 2500 sq.ft., large open Real Estate, Bend Portland Ave. bed r o om acres, pellet stove, MLS¹ dbl-attached garage, master living spaces/flex www.johnlscottbend.com $542,500 l iving a n d bo n u s w/vaulted cei l ing, 201303078. 2 0x24 s ho p wi t h space, 1.87 acre, low r oom, central a i r , large closet, walk in 2305 NW Grimes Rd. Bobbie Strome, overhead door, hot maintenance, 2-stall barn/tack room, 62938 Fresca St. shower & access to $875,000. Great farm Principal Broker t ub r o om , la r g e secluded storage, fenced • Fenced entiy courtyard located in the agriJohn L Scott Real f enced area. M L S the rear deck. Extra hay • Deck, shop, 2 car car2 car garage. and cross fenced, RV cultural valley, north Estate 541-385-5500 • Premium finishes 201305717. $299,000 deep poit $29 9 , 900. Screened RV parking. cover. of Prineville. 5 Bdrm, - Call Nancy Popp, • Open greatroom • Master suite with ¹ 201401392. P a m Bend Golf & Country ¹201400490. John L. 3.5 baths, 438/4 sq.ft. Principal Broker sauna & balcony • Master on main level Lester, Princ. Broker, Club l $475,000 Scott Rea l E s tate property includes 75 541-815-8000 Gail Rogers, Broker • Priced at $429,900 • 3048 sq.ft., remodeled 541-548-1712 C entury 2 1 Gol d acres. Must see! MLS 541-604-1649 or Crooked River Realty • 3 bedroom, 3 bath Country Realty, Inc., 201309754. DIRECTIONS: North on 0.8. Riley Rd., left 541-388-0404 Winderemere Swifterra • .32 acre, golf course Deschutes River View! Golfers Retreat! Hand- 541-504-1338 on BronzeSt., left on FrescaSt. Windermere Central views somely updated home 150 NW 4th St., • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths Oregon Real Estate • MLS 20140'I 501 • 2392 sq. ft. on 1.5 AC, over looking the 5th Just Listed!!! Updated Prineville, OR. Don Kelleher, Broker fairway i n Ri v e r's 1701 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 541-447-7502 3 tax lots Wonderful Awbrey 62712 Larkview Rd. The Kelleher Group • Large kitchen & open Edge. Open f l o or 2.5 bath home, open Butte Home, 26695 Horsell Road541-480-1911 plan, spacious mas- living with pellet stove, • Upstairs bonusroom beam vaults $619,900 Recently remodeled ter, large back deck, low maintenanceback www.Jackson-Ander• Heat pump with AC • 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2963 3bd, 2 bath, 2070ysf 4 a ki j w convenient to shop- yard, dog run, extra son.com sq.ft. • Hardwood floors si farm house on 67.9y parking. $235,000. ping. $415,000. Candice Anderson, • Concrete & butcher • Deck with hot tub a cres w it h 39 . 7 y Scott McLean, Scott McLean, Broker 541-788-8878 block counters acres o f i r r igation. • Priced at $295,000 Principal Broker Principal Broker MORRIS John L. Scott 8 8 W • Large upstairs with 1344ysf building for 541-408-6908 541-408-6908 iiiiiiii Real Estate, Bend I l s is i I bonus room REAL ESTATE DIRECTIONS: From HiNy. 20east, north Realty Executives Realty Executives www.johnlscottbend.com • Flat lot 8 wrap-around Office/Recreation/Stuon ME27th St., righton NEYellow Ribbon dio, 4502y sf building deck 0r., leftonNE HawkviewRd., righton NE with 12' door & man • Offers the best of NW Larkview Rd. door for shop/RV/Toy Bend living! storage & inGrant Ludwick, Broker /Boat 1184 SW Silver Lake Blvd. door gardening. New 541-388-0404 or 750y deep well being • Den 8 bonusroom 541-633-0255 drilled to provide a • Exceptional backyard Windermere Central year-round source of Oregon Real Estate • Open greatroom domestic water. New • Near Old Mill shops gas log fireplace will Centrally Located. be installed. $625,000. sdu • Priced at $879,900 $224,900 MLS¹201401400 • 1796 Sq.ft., 3 bdrm, 2 DIRECTIONS From Parkway exit Reed Bobbie Strome, bath, forced air, AC, Market Rd. westbound, left on SWSilver Principal Broker Built 1999, updated John L Scott Real mfg. • Attached double ga- Estate 541-385-5500 rage 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath 3005 • Fenced 8 landscaped s q. ft. home t o b e • Gated com. pool, court built on 2~/~ acres. & spa Daylight b a sement, Mike Everidge, Broker P REV IE W O N L I N E office, f amily/bonus 541-390-0098 or rooms, upg r aded 541-388-0404 c abinets new n e w Windermere Central H S. & more Oregon Real Estate $349,000.Pam Lester, Princ. 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MLS ¹201301534. scape, providing a a paved RV parking • MLS 20'I 400366 Two gas fireplaces, Eagle Crest lovely, private back541-948-0997 site with (2)-30-amp Brandon Fairbanks, one in living room and Properties yard exp e rience. 866-722- 3370 plug-ins & a sewage Broker, SRES, one in master bedGreat room floor plan dump. Great room is GRI, CDPE room. Master bedwith soaring ceilings, MORRIS vaulted and light & 541-383-4344 room has c offered floor to ceiling winTake care of REAL ESTATE bright with a woodceiling and slider to dows, built-ins & gas I~ ~ d dy mB your investments stove (also plumbed upper deck with hot f ireplace. New f u r MORRIS SE Bend home feafor gas if a gaslog tub. Master bath has nace and heat pump. with the help from REAL ESTATE tures great room lay- fireplace is desired). deep soak tub, large 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, The Bulletin's out w/ vaulted ceil- Kitchen & utility room t iled s h ower a n d 1 419 s q f t . ML S MORRIS Private & sec l uded ings, hardwood floors, are also plumbed for "Call A Service double sinks. Great 201400649 $219,000 REAL ESTATE home, yet close to a large kitchen w/ room is light and airy Robyn Fields, Principal gas, if that is your town. All new kitchen b reakfast ba r a n d preference for cookwith expansive city Professional" Directory Broker, Eagle Crest a ppliances. Li n e d nook, formal dining ing or clothes drying. Check out the and Cascade views. 3 bdrm, 2-bath 1486 sq. Properties Jenn-Air range, May971-255-9866 pond for swimming & room, dow n stairs classifieds online Kitchen is efficiently home on 1 acre water fun w/pool filter guest bedroom, main tag r efrigerator & www.bendbulletin.com laid out with granite ft. Cascade views, $ 143,500 - 3 b e d system & water fea- floor master suite w/ Amana d i shwasher tile counters, newer with Updated daily ture. Passive solar Travertine s h ower, were installed in 2007. appliances, p a ntry c overed porch, o r room, 2 bath, 1234 garden, potting sq ft in great north h eat sink p ar t o f jetted tub, & private Large walk-in pantry Vacation 24/7 and hardwood floor- ganic shed, dbl. g arage, heating system. Great deck, two large up- too! MLS¹ 201401439 • Beautiful primary or ing. Triple garage with Redmond location. arden shed, fenced. MLS¹201401199 room affords easy s tairs g uest b e d - $3'I 7,300. second home, 1 Ultimate floor. Wired NE Bend I $265,000 184,500. MLS family living. Great rooms, double vanity Bobbie Strome, owner for security system. 201307988. L. Han• 1710 sq.ft. craftsman Call Call Travis natural light from large guest bath, a bonus • 3043 SF, many upPrincipal Broker Wired for stereo with Nancy PC, Principal • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Popp, nan, windows & d o o rs. room, private landJohn L Scott Real grades s peakers on m a i n Broker • Hardwood floors 541-815-8000 MORRIS Enjoy the treed sur- scaped and fenced Estate 541-385-5500 • Conveniently located, 541-788-3480 floor i n 4 zo n e s.Crooked • MLS 201401161 River Realty REAL ESTATE r ounding, pond & back yard w/ irrigavery quiet area 5-zone heating sysRedmond RE/MAX Jan Laughlin, Broker Sunriver I $288,900 • Lots of privacy, great Land & Homes IM~ dy ~ ~ dy y d water feature. Huge tion, RV parking, & • 1389 sq.ft. tem. Two levels of ceABR CRS, GRI CSP Say "goodbuy" f amily r e c roo m play structure along • 3 bedroom, 2 bath for entertaining d ar d e cking p l u s Real Estate 541-350-6049 Just too many w/plenty of b u i lt-in w/ a c overed Trex • .22 acre on cul-de-sac www.sharona.johnlscot paver patio. Plumbed 541-771-7786 to that unused storage cabinets & deck & paver patio. t.com in humidification syscollectibles? • MLS 201401798 Call The Bulletin At counters. 5 bedrooms $565,000 ¹201400800 Sharon Abrams, CRS, t em. $610, 0 00 item by placing it in Gary Rose, (2 in main level & 3 on John L. Scott Real Principal Broker, MLS¹ 201301639 541-385-5809 The Bulletin Classifieds Broker, MBA Sell them in 2nd floor). Small barn Estate 541-548-1712 541-280-9309 Bobbie Strome, Place Your Ad Or E-Mail 541-588%687 MORRIS The Bulletin Classifieds with 2 s t alls, t ack John L. Scott Principal Broker At: www.bendbulletin.com REAL ESTATE Good classified ads tell room, shop area & Real Estate, Bend John L Scott Real 541-385-5809 IA y M d y ~ M dy~ d the essential facts in sn storage room. www.johnlscottbend.com Estate 541-385-5500 541-385-5809 - 1657 sq. MLS¹ interesting Manner.Writs 10264 Sundance Ridge $169,900 New Construction! Sgl. $650,000 201302745 from the readers view not - Northwest ft. Newer 3 beroom Loop story home, 1724 sq. LAZY RIVER SOUTH Tick, Tock MORRIS Whispering Pines. 3 Strome, the seller's. Convert the c ontemporary w i t h + den, masterc suite R emodeled 353 5 y ft. 3/2 move-in ready! Bobbie l o set, REAL ESTATE bdrm, 2 bath property stunning p a noramic w/walk-in Principal Broker facts into benefits. Show Landscaped wit h John Sq.ft. home with 4 Tick, Tock... L Scott Real has complete perim- views. Walls of win- slider to back patio. ~ y~ ~ ~ d the reader howthe item will bdrm + office and 3 sprinklers & fenced. Living room w/gas eter fencing and is ...don't let time get help them in someway. dows & luxurious finSunriver I $549,000 baths. Master bath $189,900. ¹201304779. Estate 541-385-5500 neat and well main- ishes throughout this fireplace This • 2264 sq.ft. away. Hire a with large jetted tub & Pam Lester, Princ. Recently r e modeled, MLS¹201309588 tained with trees and g orgeous cus t o m Call Kelly Starbuck, advertising tip • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath new tile shower. Me- Broker, Century 21 clean and well laid out professional out shrubs. Home has home. Park-like setGold Country Realty, • .30 acre brought to you by dia room, family room, Principal Broker single level home on a been lightly lived in • MLS 201400042 of The Bulletin's ting with waterfall and h uge kitchen w i t h Inc., 541-504-1338 541-771-7786 very private 4.6 acre and has a wonderful mature The Bulletin l a ndscape. JackJohns, handcrafted cabinets Newer large home on lot. New paint in and "Call A Service Redmond RE/MAX ydy 'dd Cental Oydddddddd ydm sunroom and appeal- Expansive c o vered Broker, GRI & granite counters, almost 1/4 acre, 3000 out, newer laminate, Land & Homes ing floor plan with deck overlooks priProfessional" 541-480-9300 walk-in pantry, sun- s q. ft. 3 b d rm, 2d/~ carpet & Real Estate flo o ring, Secluded Serenity l arge d eck, s h o p vate backyard. 4 car r oom with hot t u b. bath, landscaped and Stainless appliances, close to Bend Directory today! 541-771-7786 building is a p prox. with RV bay acre and 14 acre Home has cedar eves 4000 sq.ft. w/4 12x12 garage with RV gates. centra heat, l a r ge• 35 Vacation Condo and workshop. Per- 173 Highland Meadow with copper accents. fenced concrete patio. Fully irrigation d oors and a m a n $299.900. • 2 bedroom, 1 bath fect for entertaining & Loop - Smith Rock arenas and a round E xterior siding o n ¹ 201304622 door. The is a comPam landscaped yard, at- • 2pen • Large loft guests with 2 master views! .30 acre lot, home, garages MORRIS Lester, Principal Bro tached double garage • 60x60 plete office w/bath, • Pool, tennis suites, 2 bonus rooms 2321 sq ft, 3 bdrm, barn with stalls storage bldg have just ker Century 21 Gold and detached shop REAL ESTATE r ec, k i tchen a n d & home offi Candice Anderson, ce. 4 bedbeen painted. Watch Country Realty, Inc. with large attached and hay storage bath, triple car IM y W dy ~ ~ dy~ d m eeting roo m i n rooms, 3. 5 b a t hs, 2.5 Broker 541-788-8878 the wildlife from the garage. $402,777. carport/RV area, stor- • House is close to 1700 Tetherow Crossing 541-504-1338 cluded in the 4000 John L. Scott 4702 s q f t . ML S Lynn Johns, Principal wrap-around deck or sq.ft. age shed on top of sq.ft. This property is 201307976 $799,900. Country horse prop- Real Estate, Bend go to your private ac- New Listing! $199,900 Broker, 541-408-2944 5000 g al . p o t able Jean Nelsen, Broker erty is fenced & cross www.johnlscottbend.com a must preview, must Robyn Fields, Principal 541-420-3927 c ess to 300y ft o f • 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths- water concrete cisCentral Oregon see facility. The shop Broker, Eagle Crest fenced w/New ZealJohn L. Scott Little Deschutes River high ceilings Resort Realty t ern. Al l o n fu l l y and dwelling have and electric fence & Have an item to Properties • frontage for fishing, Fenced, sprinklers, fenced lot with autoReal Estate, Bend separate electric 971-255-9866 electric gate. Views of www.johnlscottbend.com swimming or floating. F/B yards matic gate. $215,000. sell quick? m eters. Shop a n d Cascades, p r i vate Want to impress the • Large kitchen, break- ¹ 201309890 $495,000 d welling share t h e $103,000 - 3.39 acres Single Level, Shop, If it's under setting, 40x60 shelter relatives? Remodel MLS¹¹201309267 fast bar, pantry John L Scott Realty, Avion water meter, r eady f o r you r .97 Acre for horses, 20x30 hay '500 you can place it in Bobbie Strome, www.johnlscott.com/12 541-548-1712. your home with the 2nd gar a ge/shop HOME! MLS¹ • 3+ Bedroom, 2 bath, storage, 40x60 chain Principal Broker 100 1025 sq.ft. $499,500. 201100749 Cal l help of a professional guest cottage The Bulletin link dog pen. 2 proJohn L Scott Real Peggy Lee C o mbs,Ridge At Eagle Crest I • Paver tile sidewalk & MLS ¹201400070 Travis L. Hannan, from The Bulletin's pane gas free-stand$179,900 Estate 541-385-5500 Broker 541-480-7653 Classifieds for: Bobbie Strome, PC, Principal Bropatio "Call A Service • 1255 sq.ft. townhome ing stoves, 1 in family John L. Scott Principal Broker ker 541-788-3480 Location Location, Lo- Real Estate, Bend • 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Great for animals or and 1 in living room. Professional" Directory '1 0 3 lines, 7 days John L Scott Real Redmond RE/MAX c ation! 5 B d rm, 2 www.johnlscottbend.com • Cascade Mountain gardening Wood blinds throughEstate 541-385-5500 Land & Homes www.johnlscott.com/88 out, hardwood floors, '16 - 3 lines, 14 days b ath, 1 6 0 0 sq . f t. views Real Estate manufactured home 139 $199,900 - Enjoy this • MLS 201401764 carpet & vinyl. Close (Private Party ads only) NOTICE: 541-771-7786 Peggy Lee Combs, beautiful view f rom with add-on's nestled All real estate adverKelly Neuman, to Deschutes River. 747 on 6.5 acres. Living tised here in is subBroker 541-480-7653 the Sisters to Smith Principal Broker $368,000. The Washington, NW 1272 Trail Creek CasJohn L. Scott room, dining room, ject to th e Federal Southwest Bend Homes cade Mountain views! Rock on the deck of 541-480-2102 ¹201400248. Redmond. Main floor kitchen and master F air Housing A c t , Real Estate, Bend John L. Scott Real master suite w/sitting .41 acre lot backs to this townhome. This www.johnlscottbend.com Estate 541-548-1712 suite hav e n e w er which makes it illegal 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2110 creek & walking path. h ome comes f u r room, walk-in closets laminate flo o ring. to advertise any prefsq. ft. home, 3-car ga- 2681 sq ft, 3 bdrm, nished with a p pliSisters Horse Property. The Davis, NW Red- in all rooms, 3 bed, Ideal for starter home, erence, limitation or rage. $399 , 999. 2.5 bath, triple car ances, washer, dryer 2.5 bath, 2147 sq ft. 60826 10.8 acres w/8+ acres mond 3 bdrm (den or Scotts Bluff, and refr i gerator. rental property, tem- discrimination based MORRIS MLS¹2013'I 0072. garage. $458,868. d/~ bath, irrigated pas t ure, 4th bdrm), 2 MLS¹201100663 porary home, while on race, color, reliHigh Lakes Realty 8 Lynn Johns, Principal $299,000 Jim Hinton, REAL ESTATE large home w/sepa1929 sq f t . h o m e. building a new home. Property M a n age- Broker, 541-408-2944 Eagle Crest ion, sex, handicap, rate guest quarters. Open great r oom, Central Oregon ReProperties A great private county amilial status or naCentral Oregon a lty G r oup, LL C ment 541-536-0117 Mt. Views, p rivate tons of cabinet space 866-722- 3370 setting. Shared well, 2 tional origin, or inten- River RimI $319,900 541-420-6229 Resort Realty setting and g a ted. in kitchen, 2nd floor storage buildings, 400 tion to make any such • 1799 sq.ft. laundry rm, $291,000. $675,000. AMP service to home preferences, l i mita- • 4 bedroom, 2 bath Scott McLean, ¹ 201307047. Jim and 100 AMP service tions or discrimination. • Great room plan Principal Broker Hinton, 541-420-6229 to pump house. This We will not knowingly • MLS 201309843 541-408-6908 Central Oregon Realty is a m ust p review accept any advertisDarryl Doser, Realty Executives Group, LLC property, if you do, ing for real estate Broker, CRS you will see its poten- which is in violation of 541-383-4334 Spacious Home in The The W i n dsor, NW tial. $212,000. MLS Cliffs $279,900 - Light Redmond - Main floor this law. All persons ¹201400038 are hereby informed & bright interior, huge den/4th bedroom, lots Bobbie Strome, walk-in pantry, three of natural light, eating that all dwellings adPrincipal Broker vertised are available car tandem garage. bar in kitchen, landd John L Scott Real MLS ¹ 20 1 308975. scaping, 3 bdrm, 2d/~ .dy on an equal opportuMORRIS Estate 541-385-5500 nity basis. The BulleCall Vicci B o wen, bath, 2235 s q ft. REAL ESTATE 541-410-9730 $309,900. Call Jim tin Classified Lodge Like Feel, Central Oregon Realty Hinton, 541-420-6229 John Day Area NW Bend I $299,000 Central Oregon ReRural But Close Group, LLC • 5 acres outside of • 1480 sq.ft. • 35 acres, 14 acres iralty Group, LLC John Day, OWC • 2 bedroom, 2 bath rigation • Energy efficient pas- • .18 acre lot Hard to find single story Garage Sales • 2 arenas and a round 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1491 sive solar • MLS 201400935 pen • Beautiful vaulted wood sq. ft. on almost 1/4 Dawn Ulrickson, • 60x60 barn w/stall & Garage Sales ceilings acre in great location Broker, ABR,CRS, hay storage Oarage Sales • Large shop, RV close to t r ails and GRI, CHMS • House has many imhookup parks. $199 ,999 541-610-9427 provements Find them • Turkey, elk, deer & ¹ 201401175. Pam www.johnlscott.com/26 bald eagles out back Lester, Princ. Broker, in 268 Theresa Ramsay, BroC entury 2 1 Gol d Jean Nelsen, Broker The Bulletin Country Realty, Inc., ker 541-815-4442 541-420-3927 54'I -504-1338 John L. Scott Classifieds MORRIS John L. Scott Real Estate, Bend Real Estate, Bend Tumalo AcreageI REAL ESTATE www.johnlscottbend.com $1,071,720 www.johnlscottbend.com 541-385-5809 I&d M d y ~ ~ d~ d • 59.54 acres Lovely SW Bend Spectacular ViewsI • Cascade Mountain NW BendI $524,500 SE Bend I $219,000 Craftsman! • 1239 sq.ft. $1,589,000 views • 3 bed/2 bath, 2054 sq. • 2168 sq.ft. Pahlisch • 2 bedroom, 2 bath, • 10 acres, 8 mountain • Irrigation equipment built ft., open living space views • 3 bedroom, 3 bath den included • Fenced backyard, • Fenced, low mainte- • 8000 sq.ft. home • MLS 201400237 landscaped w/sprin- • Hardwood floors, • 5 bedroom, 6 bath granite kitchen nance yard Darrin Kelleher, Broker klers • MLS 201401926 • MLS 201401911 The Kelleher Group • Great location, close • MLS 201401052 Debbie Johnson, Broker Michael J Hopp, Broker Craig Smith, Broker 541-788-0029 to Old Mill, schools, 541-480-1293 541-383-4344 541-390-0504 541-383-4344 river trail • $269,000 www.angiecox.johnlscott.com 4d Angie C ox , B r o ker Keystone Ter r ace. Madras Hwy, Three fully occupied Reduced to $250,000. 3182ysf tri-plexes lo- 22.3 acres within the cated just a few city limits, 21.1 acres blocks from shopping of irrigation rights. & the facilities of JuniHwy frontage, per Park. 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Location is everything, and it does not get Spectacula r setting with view of the Cascades and betterthan this. Present owners have loved SmithRocks. 79.56 acres,63.2 acres of irrigation. living here for the past 33 years. 5 bedroom,4 3502 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home including bath,4987 sq.ft. $998,500 CALL KIT KORISH guestquarters. Great horse barn, hay barn and

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Ranch style duplex with huge private fenced NW Tuscan design with mountain views. backyards. 2 bedrooms and den, 1150 sq. ft. Great room, main level master, wine cellar each.Offstreetparking.$289,900 and more. Pond and irrigation complete the CALLTANMY SETTLEMIERAT package. $1,286,000 CALL jAYNEE BECK AT 541-410-6009. MLS:201304573 541-480-0988. MLSr 20130033 I

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Total of 4 condo industrial units. Each unit is Superb craftsmanship throughout! Light, bright and approximately 2250 sq. ft. with 12XII office and priva te,at2312sq.ft.,thishomeprovidesgreatseparadon. 12XI2 over -head door. Can be sol d separately. For easyliving themaster bedroom isonthe mainfloor as Easy access to the airp ort, fairgrounds and Is the laundry room. Upstairs provides three bedrooms Hwy 97. $499,000 CALL CAROLYN EMICK AT and a full bathroom. $475,000 CALL BILLPANTON

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3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1144 sq. ft. Great 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1858 sq. ft. on almost Less than I mile from city limits. 2160 sq. ft., 2 location that is minutes to shopping, an acre. Lighc and bright single level. bedroom. 2bathhome.Several outbuildingsincluding entertainment and medical facilities. $329,900 CALL CAROLYN EMICK AT barn with indoorarena. 3tax lots, 120acresin the 541-419-0717. MLS:201402321 $187,500 CALL IASEN CHAVEZ AT UrbanReserve. $540,000CALLKRISWARNERAT

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• Only 7 minutes from downtown • Tetherow is a planned 700 acre community backing tonational forest and is the perfect home base for discovering the best of Central Oregon from biking and

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New Master-Planned Townhome Development in Midtown! • 3 bedroom townhomcs starting at $252,500 • 4 unitsnow underconstruction • Price includes custom level finishes with full landscaping, slab quartz countertops and energy efficient construction • Location supports the active Bend lifestyle with easy access to parks, trails, nver and downtown www.ethStreetCottages.com

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• Beautifully maintained NW Craftsman designed home • Situated on a private .70 acre homesite offering desirable sun exposure • Recently updated kitchen with slab granite and stainless steel appliances • Traditional in style this home offers wonderful entertaining areas • Triple car garage is a bonus • Close proximity to downtown Bend

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3129 NW Colonial Drive j $748,000 • Beautiful 3107 SF custom Prairie Style home on a .64 acre lot • Mt. Hood, Jefferson, Eastern mtns. & City views • Slab granite, hardwood floors & windows galore • Lovely wrap-around cedar deck • Don't miss this incredible home!

7991 SF 2.8 acres with 400' of private river frontage 800 SF guest cabin 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, indoor lap pool River Bc golf front property Adjacent 3.49 acre lot available at $799,000

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60405 Snap Shot Loop ( $469,750

• Riverfront condo with open plan • Views andsounds of the river • Optional lock-out unit • Lightly usedandbeautifully

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19664 Aspen Ridge Dr. ~ $499,900

Stones Throw to River ( $525,000

• Tucked away in SWBend, 5 bedroom with cleanlines, open concept & spaciousfeel • Close to Elk Meadows Elementary, openspace, parks • Meticulous detail throughout • La rge 3-car garage w/storage • Minimum 4 bedroom • Fully fenced, spaciouspatio MLS¹201401322

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• Open spaces, the high desert at its finest, championship golf course • Wild sunsets, breathtaking and endless westerly mtn views, equestrian center, spa and fitness center •5400 SFgreenbuiltestatehom eissituated on.75acre • 3 stunning suites with balconies, a butler pantry, wine cellar, complete outdoor kitchen, hot tub, energy efficient solar system, truly a legacy property! MLS¹201402853

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Very near • Near community coldriveway, fire pit, and shopping, r e cre- Enjoy c o mmunity Franke, 541-420-5986 bath h o m e with the ranch. $279,000 $369,900. Call Gail the new aquatic Cen- lege benches to enjoy the ation. Al l C e ntral amenities of g o lf, Central Oregon Realty tongue & groove ca- MLS 20130955 Day 541-306-1 01 8 ter, middle school and • MLS 201401078 evening fire, log cabin Oregon has to offer. fishing, swimming & Group, LLC thedral ceilings, gas Call Linda Lou Central Oregon Realty COCC campus. Home Carolyn Priborsky PC, look alike s t orage Well, septic feasibilmore. MLS free-standing stove, Day-Wright, Broker, Group, LLC ID YARROW Eagle Broker, ABR, shed has also been ity done. Ready for 201303502Have an item to 541-771-2585 wood floors. S pa¹201401229 Crest Prop e rties CRS, GREEN built. Great lot for RV your dream home. Call Charlie or sell quick? c ious k i tchen i n - Crooked River Realty 866-722-3370 541-383-4350 use.Just offof paved MLS¹201303502 Virginia, Principal Near Smith Rocks, gorcludes Corian road. $47,500. MLS Call Charlie or Brokers If it's under - Beautiful $129,000 counters, b reakfast 8479 SW High Cone geous 3 bdrm, 3 bath, 201309821 Virginia, Principal 541-350-3418 golf course lot behind '500 you can place it in bar and separate prep Drive. Large 4 bdrm, 2 3880 sq.ft. $694,000 the Cascade Realty, DenBrokers Redmond RE/MAX gates and Eagle island. Large decks to bath located in t he ¹ 201300784. Call nis Haniford, Broker 541-350-3418 Land & Homes The Bulletin Cro o ked Linda Lou Day-Wright. Crest. Half an acre on 1-541-536-1731 enjoy the views. All of heart o f Redmond RE/MAX Real Estate MORRIS fairway of the Re Classifieds for: this on 4.81 acres. River Ranch on 1.20 541- 771-2585 Crooked the Land & Homes 541-771-7786 REAL ESTATE sort Course. Owner $385,000 MLS acre. Wonderful out- River Realty 773 Real Estate IM p W dy~ ~ a~ 4 ship benefits for this 5.5 acres, septic, power '10 - 3 lines, 7 days 201101447. Juniper door area for enter541-771-7786 Acreages and water installed. '16- 3 lines, 14 days p a i nt gated community in One acre year-round Realty, 541-504-5393 taining or r e laxing.New carpet 8 10 Acres. 15805 Sixth clude access to an Located near the enr eady to m ove i n . 2-bay shop home o r v a cation rime p r operty a t St., La Pine, Owner 14198 SW Nine Peaks Oversized trance of the Ranch. (Private Party ads only) ith s t orage a n d Quiet location 3 bdrm, additional private pool building sites $34,500 PCrooked River Ranch Financing available. Pl., CRR Mtn. views w te n ni s cou r t. o wner terms. O n MLS 2 bath on 5.16 fenced 8 plenty of room to keep with Cascade views! $99,900. High Lakes $119,900 from this 1960 sq. ft., the toys out of t he MLS¹201400733 201104846 Call Linda Private well, paved road, pwr 8 Property i s cor n 3 bdrm., 2 bath home weather. $ 1 43,000. acres. Realty & Pr o perty Eagle Crest Lou Day- Wright. 541close to golf course. wtr. 6 mi. to Prineville pletely fenced. Cor on 1.16 acre. 936 sq. Properties Management Manufactured/ 771-2585 C r o oked 54'I -350-4077 201300653 $185,000. 6760 SW ner lot, near firehall. ft. garage has a shop mls 541-536-0117 866-722-3370 River Realty Mobile Homes B uckskin, in C R R . Juniper Realty, $79,900. MLS¹ 16160 SW Dove Rd. area plus 2 bays. RV Residential 541-504-5393 MLS 201310512. $149,900 Build your 20140064. Call Linda 7 965 SW R i ver R d covered storage & Building Lots sq.ft. home, newly Juniper Realty, acre corner lot, dream home on this • Marsh 2.79 acres, near the 1980 Lou Day-Wright. 541- 6.1 carport. $1 2 9 ,500Bend Country Home on Hawk Rd .48 updated kit c hen, 541-504-5393 Mtn. views, near Des- D eschutes large gently sloping lot acres OWWII, 771-2585 C r o oked Riv e r . MLS 201208272 paved River Realty 2+ a c r es . New chutes River. $79,900 $49,000 ¹201009429 fenced/gated, h u ge with views of Mt. JefJuniper Realty, Hardi-plank s i d ing,New listing! Country sgl ferson 8 Mt . Hood; s treet, $49,5 0 0 bonus room, w/sepaMLS 201205646 Juniper Realty 541-504-5393 rate entrance, natural interior d o or s & level 3 bdrm, 2 bath also adjacent to the MLS¹201103380 Juniper Realty 20+ ACRES in West 541-504-5393 • Lost Ponderosa Rd., light. 1-acre. $154,900 14482 SW Pony Trail in knobs, garage doors home on 5 acres and walking trail and pond. 541-504-5393 Powell Butte Estates, La Pine 1 . 0 a cres MLS 201308329 Call CRR. Like new home 8 more! BLM access is newly painted in16 SW Shad Rd. Easily accessible on gated com m unity, SW Chinook Dr. Lot Nancy Popp, Princibuilt in 2001 that has close to property for side & out. New floor the corner of High- Wickiup Jct. paved mtn. views, private 16535 2.7 acres located on a street, $50, 0 0 0. well, paved roads with 5.68 acres, R i ver paved street. Mt. Jef pal Broker, 541-815v a u lted land View Loop & always been a vaca- trail riding. 4 bedroom, coverings, v iews, owner w i l l Crooked River tion home. U n ob- 3 bath has plenty of living room ceiling and T rail C reek. M L S MLS¹201310270 a ccess t o BLM . carry. $225,000 MLS ferson 8 Smith Rock 8000. • Marsh Hawk Rd .51 structed mtn views, 2 new updates. All new- even wire shelving in ¹201400392 views. $58, 5 00. Realty $169,000 MLS 201106408. Juniper acres OWWII, paved 201305077. bdrm, 2 bath on 2.58 kitchen with custom the closets and pan- Eagle Crest Properties MLS¹ 201208266 864 sq.ft. shop w/heat, St, $59,900 Pam Lester, Principal Realty 541-504-5393 acres. Master bath cabinets, tile coun- try. Db. attached ga- 866-722-3370 Juniper Realty RV pad w/dump, 3 bam b o o rage with opener ha MLS¹201301116 has garden tub and t ertops, 541-504-5393 Broker Century 21 16685 SW Chinook Dr. 1.71 acres, septic ap• Auklet Dr .49 acres, bdrm, 2 bath beautiwalk-in floors, new f ixtures lots of s pace and separate 6.9 ac r e s with Gold Country Realty, rea d y , Inc. 541-504-1338 shower, New Pergo and more. Bathrooms shelves. Fairly secul- p roved power a nd c leared & Crooked River and Lot 1, Mustang Road in fully appointed home. with flooring and windows. have new tile. Recent ded but close to town, water at the street. $64,500 Smith Rock v iews, Crooked River Ranch, Enclosed garden, raised beds. "DynaLarge composite carpet, windows & raised garden beds, $39,900 ¹201307972 MLS¹201307999 owner w il l ca r ry. 5.11 acre corner lot 13601 SW Canyon Dr. Clyde Browning, decking, Hardi-plank paint. Covered porch, large corral, pig pen Linda Lou Day-Wright. MLS on paved street with mite" Cascade views. 1.13 acres in CRR, $189,000 541- 771-2585 triple car attached ga- and chicken coop, Principal Broker, siding. $110,000. 201008671. Juniper mtn. views. $95,000. One acre. $139,900 Mt. Jefferson views, MLS 201310051 541-480-4520 MLS 201309296 rage, and pull-through too! $259,900, 4055 Crooked River Realty Juniper Realty, owner w il l ca r ry. Realty 541-504-5393 Juniper Realty, Nancy Popp, Principal s hop. Property i s NE Walnut, Redmond. Fenced acre with water Eagle Commercial 541-504-5393 $58,500 ¹201106385 $300,000 This 64-acre 541-504-5393 Real Estate Broker 541-815-8000 agent owned. Heather Hockett, Bro- and sewer. $28,500. Juniper Realty People Lookfor Information irrigated Culver propCrooked River Realty $289,900 but will en- ker, 54 1 - 420-9151 54700 Wolf St. High 541-504-5393 Lot 21 SW Chipmunk erty has e xpansive About Products snd tertain offers. 22837 C entury 2 1 Gol d Lakes Realty & Prop- Ridge At Eagle Crest I Cascade M o u ntain Rd, in CRR. 5.16 level FACTORY SPECIAL $119,900 Services EveryDaythrough Abilene Ct. in Bend. Country Realty. erty Man agement • .38 acre lot views. This is a rare acres, with 2 storage New Home, 3 bdrm, The Bulletin ClasN1ferfs Call Heather Hockett, Garage Sales 541-536-0117 • Views to north and find with both building sheds. Partial mt n $46,500 finished PC, Broker, Century Sgl. story 3 b drm, 3 view. community waon your site. 1 45241 Corral Ct. La east qualifications and a Garage Sales 21 Gold Country Re- bath 1680 sq. ft. home 5 Acre lots SE Prinevter installed. $60,000 Pine, 3/2, 1620 sq.ft., alty, 541-420-9151 • Close to upper athrenewable lease with J andM Homes on 4 acres with 3 acre ille. $75,000 541-548-5511 the current farm ten- ¹201300800 mfd home on 1.65 letic facility Garage Sales state w ater r i g hts $ 82,500. Ready t o Juniper Realty acre, shop. $139,900. • MLS 201307552 ant. MLS¹201307637 Updated home w/vi build with wells and 541-504-5393 Landscaped with lots of Find It in Find them Eagle Crest High Lakes Realty & Greg Floyd PC, Broker nyl windows, carpet roads. trees is where you will Property M a n age-The Bulletin ClassiTieds! and laminate floors, paved 541-390-5349 Properties Scott McLean, in SE Bend AcreageI find this 4 bdrm mfd 866-722- 3370 ment 541-536-0117 F/A furnace, A/C heat 541-385-5809 Principal Broker 0 • $189,900 The Bulletin h ome. Has a l a k e pump and wood stove 541-408-6908 152671 Long Prairie3.18 acres g randfa-• 9.95 acres view where you can Classifieds $ 249,000. 4 b d r m, Gorgeous 2005 custom heat. Trex deck, com Realty Executives thered in. Septic and • Mountain views j ust si t b a c k a n d piete u n d erground 3.55 acres, h orse w ater o n t h e l o t , • Borders 190 acres 3/2~/~, 2080 sq. ft. watch th e w i l dlife. MORRIS sprinkler system, pri $97,000 - 2.59 acres. 541-385-5809 b arn, arena. 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Fenced and c r oss pantry, counter space, 541-385-5809 with Land Tastefully done spa- f enced with m a ny laminated f l o oring, The Bulletin Tick, Tock... cious home sitting on s eparate areas. 2 and extends into din 32.42 Acres in Urban Servlng Cent al Oregondnce l9D9 Cute as can be 2 bdrm, the CR rim, dble ga- bdrm, 2 bath with sky- ing area. 36x36 ga Growth Bo u ndary, ...don't let time get 2 bath, extra building rage with a ttached lights, walk-in closets, rage, shop wired and MORRIS Adjacent t o The Tetherow Lot I out back. Landscapaway. Hire a tack room and horse dining area with built partially REAL ESTATE Greens, kitty corner to Buy New...Buy Locsl $299,000 fini s hed. ing and much more! in hutch. Large living metal siding and roof, stall. Located off a • .43 of an acre new Ridgeview High hd~ ~ y~ ~ ~ professional out You Can Bid On: MLS 2013 0 3383. paved road. $229,000 room and wood stove. Fenced a re a • Overlooking the 13th School. $7 5 0 ,000. of The Bulletin's for Lot 22 at Yarrow in $120,000. MLS $179,900 MLS horses, Just bought a new boat? MLS 201309151 hole MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 Madras w ith a 201303383. Linda Lou 201108032. Cascade cover-all, 2~/~ Sell your old one in the "Call A Service Linda Lou Day-Wright. • Cascade views Pam Lester, Principal Retail Value $23,000 Day-Wright Broker classifieds! Ask about our Broker, Century 21 541- 771-2585 Realty, Dennis Hani- fenced an d acres • MLS 2809519 Sun Forest Professional" c r o ss 541-771-2585 Super Seller rates! Crooked River Realty ford, Princ. Broker Deborah Benson PC, Gold Country Realty, fenced. $164,900. Construction Directory today! Crooked River Realty 541-536-1731 541-385-5809 Broker, GRI, Inc. 541-504-1338 MLS 201302690 Cas (Bidding closes 1643 Yoke Rd. 2188 sq. 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Smith shop, mansion building a ROW I N G Principal Broker taining. New 5-panel Rock views on a quiet site. 2% to broker. See: co u ntry John L Scott Real bend.craigslist.org/reo/ fir doors & glass panel dead-end with an ad in 4382262025.html front door. Oak lami- road. Spacious 2700 Estate 541-385-5500 sq. ft. home boasts 3 nate flooring in living The Bulletin's 3 bdrm, on 6.48 acres. r oom, hallways & 2 baths, huge Call a Pro "Call A Service with multiple garages, baths. 4 bdrms, 3 are bdrms, country kitchen, din1183 Crescent Cut- master suites. New ing area, large util. Whether you need a Professional" Off Rd., C rescent. Hardi-plank s i d ing, room and a b a se- fence fixed, hedges Directory $174,900. High Lakes r oof, t r im , wa t e r m ent which i s i n trimmed or a house Realty & Pr o perty h eater an d la w n . cluded in the sq. ft. Vacant Lot in Crooked Management built, you'll find ¹201400552. John L. 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Views! 541-385-5809 Day, 5 4 1-306-1018 That'S Why We'Ve deVelOPed an infraStruCture With SyStemS and h o r ses. $144,900. 201301345 Remodeled in 2006. ready fo r Central Oregon ReCall Nancy P opp, Loft area, spacious $5000 allowance to Half acre commercial lot alty Group, LLC PrOCedureS that allOW US tO quiCkly PrOCeSS lOanS SO that We CIOSe Principal Bro k e r, master suite, 3 fire- buyers at closing with near Sunriver near 541-815-8000. places, 4 bedrooms, 2 accepted of fe r. store, restaurant and Wooded acre, w e ll, On Time and as Promised'. In fact, our entire platform is Crooked River Realty bathrooms, 4500 sq ft $289,900. 12333 NW other $22, 9 00. bu s inesses. septic. engineered to close purchase transactions in 14 days". on 6.8 acres. MLS¹ 10th St., Terrebonne. 53215 Day Road, La only $45,000. 5780 NW 66th Lane Call Heather Hockett, Now 2 01400129. Da v i d Pine. 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541-771-1383 JEANETTEBRIJNOT BROKER

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$995,000 I34775 N HARNEYULNE, BURNS • Birders' dream retreat • 158AC ranch & 4839 SFhome • Gourmet kitchen, guest quarters • Huge heated shop & 3 wells • Steens Mountain views

541-891-9441 OON ROMANO BROKER

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$289,900 3016 CLUBHOUSE, BEND

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$225,000I 64004 DESCHUTESMARKETROAD, BEND • 4.65 AC parcel in NE Bend with 1836 SF manufactured home • Several outbuildings & mountain views • 1.5 AC of COI irrigation & sprinklers

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541-977-1852 TONY LEVISON BROKER

• Downtown riverfront • 1883SF,2bed &2bath • Vaulted ceilings & 2 balconies • Detached garage& carport • Lots of naturallight • 15 NW Portland f15, Bend

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• 9.84 fenced acres • 2704 SF home • 4 AC irrigation • Mountain & water views Supenor location

• Extensively remodeled in 2013 • 4 ensuites, granite/marble countertops & commercial grade stove • Surrounded 3 sides by deeded open space • Historic barn/guest house, sport court & rec. area • Sweeping Cascade views from all four suites!

$179,999IGREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

• Across from HaydenPark • Landscapedfront yard • Freshly painted • 3409 SW Quartz, Redmond

Single level floor plan Vaulted ceilings in living room & master bedroom Great gardenspacewith trees RV parking & storage shed 1332 SF

• Spacious & openfloor plan • Large kitchen with dining bar • Great room & gas fireplace • 1865SF,3 bed & 2.5 bath • 400 NW 24th Place, Redmond

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• 3bed,2bath&1008SF • Well maintained

$234,500 I 20776 AMBER WAY, BEND

$194,500IFANTASTIC NW REDMOND HOME

• 4.85 AC with 2.6 AC

541-480-6790 • 0.41 AC lot with fenced 541-480-2245 bac k yard JAKE 6LORETTA MOORHEAD

541-977-1852 TONY LEVISON BROKER

$134,999IGREAT SW REDMOND HOME

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541-480-7183 BARBARAMYERS BROKER

54 1-306-0479 CHRISTIN HUNTER BROKER

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• 2124 SF homeon 4.89 AC • Outstanding family room & kitchen • Hardwood & tile throughout • Shop, barn, hay shed

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541-610-5672 541- 639-6307 VERONICATHERIOT SECILY LUSE BROKER BROKER • 2 bed, 2.5 bath spacious units • 100% occupied & professionally managed • Large yard • Multi-level living

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$288,790ICUSTOM A-FRAME HOME, BARN 0 5 ACRES

• Wonderful retreat at the end of the road • Open kitchen, dining area, large living room & deck

• Full service restaurant & lounge • Banquet room on main floor & downstairs • Full service bar/lounge on main floor • Located in Klamath Falls near three motels • 7448 SF • 106 Main Street, Klamath Falls

$575,000I8188 SW RIDGE LANE,POWELL BUTTE • aaecrac lar re ercall

541-420-4978 KATHYNEAL BROKER

• Gently sloping & nicely treed • Low HOA just $74 per year

541-41 9-8758 CAROL ARMSTRONG BROKER

$675,000I 69173 BAYDRIVE, SISTERS

• Turnkey, 2 bed, 2 bath, 1168 SFhome • Detached double garage • Townhome within private community Fairway Vista Estates • Overlooks 9th fairway of the resort golf course • Cascade, Smith Rock & Ochocomountainviews

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541-420-4978 KATHY NEAL BROKER

$224,500I6901 ROBIN COURT,EAGLE CREST RESORT

541-974-4750 MICHELLEWITT BROKER

$224,500IDRAMATIC CASCADE MTN VIEW LOT

• Gorgeous 755 AC ranch • BLM on 3 sides • 1600 SF home,60X40 Shop • 11 KW solar system • Mountain views

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541-771-1168 ERIC ANDREWS BROKER

• Open greatroom design • Large bedrooms & loft • Mtn ash flooring & alder cabinets • Community pool & park • 3723 NE Purcell, Bend


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541-106-1891 • MLS 201402483

• 2774 sq.ft, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath • .57oc«lot, RVParking • 61091 Ferguson Court 541-419-8639 • MLS 201401853 USANCCARTHY BROKER ABR

NE BENDI $225,000 2.5 bath Eq JQHN 5QN • 1756 sq.ft, 3 bedroom, BROKER ~

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541-639-6140 • MLS 201402344

• Jppy MEY ERS BROKERGN CRS SRES 541-480-1922

TUMALOE ACR AGEI $1r20pippp • 40 acres, Cascade views

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20 ACRE SINQSTERSI $749,500 BECKY BRUNpE BROKER '

• 2272 sq.ft. farmhouse • 3 bedroom, 2 bath • Breathtaking Cascade views

541-350-4172 • MLS 201307141

MICHE LLETISDELK, BROKER , ABR, E-PRO 541-390-3490

AWBREY BUTTE I $125,000 ' » 29 sq " craftsman • 3 b~dioom, 3.5 bath • Coffered ceilings, woodenarchways

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SADDLEB ACKI $619,000 HELLY HUMMEL, ROK ER,CIS,GII, • CHM S 541-383-4361

• Remodeled 3512 sq.ft. home • 4 bedroom,3.5 bath • 1.38 acres, RV parking • MLS 201402089

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TUNALQ HQNE/VIEWSI I $624,900 • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath,2606sq.ft. • 6.4 acres • Huge Cascade Mountain views

541-815-4186 • MLS 201307561

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541-480-6621 • MLS 201402213

modern e 2 352 sq ftid<entury m +Sage Builders new construction • 3 bedroom,2.5 bath • MLS 201401887

ASPENRIMI $524,900 built MAlTRQB INSON, • 3056 sq.ft. Renaissance • 4 bedroom, 3 bath BROKER

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541-390-4030 • MLS 201402638

CASCADE VIEWS I $475,000 VIRGINIAROSS, • 2736 sq.ft. Iog home BRO KER,ABICIS,GII, • 3 bedroom,3.5 bath ECOBROKEI,PREVIEWS • 4.49 acres, backsstate land

541-480-7501 • MLS 201401158

DANAMILLER, PRINCIPALBROKER ABR,AHWD 541-408-1468

RIVER CANYONESTATESI $469,900 • 3000 sq.ft.

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SE BEND I $425,000 • Tradiffonal 2774 sq.ft. '4bedroom 25ba»

22ACRE SIHHEBEHBI $395JNO LYNNE COHNELLEY • 1967 sq.ft. BROKER , CRS • • 2 bedroom, 2 bath

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SUNDANCE I $315,000 NRHSHIPHHBRQKER • Renovated 2009 sq.ft. home NBAABRCI5 GRI • 4 bedmom, 3 bath 541-312-1273 • 3.88 acres, barn, shop

541-948-9090 • MLS 201401742

• RIVER RIMI $319,900

SW REDMONDI $314,900

IESIER FRIEPNAHPC, • 3540 sq.ft. BROKER , ABR, CSP , • 4 bedroom, 3 bath • Ochoco & 8 SmithRockviews EPRO,S.TA.R. 541-330-8491 • MLS 201402758

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541-410-4938 • MLS 201306446

NE BEND ACREAGE I $239,900 STEVEP AYER, BROKER , GRI

• 19.68 acres • 16 acres irrigated • 15 minutes to medical &shopping

541-480-2966 • MLS 201400819

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• 1534 sq.ft. Aframe ' 3 bedroom, 2 bath • 3-bay shop/garage 541-588-0681 • MLS 201401858

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541-322-1500 • MLS 201400429

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41-419-8900 • MLS 201310861

• FOR LEASE I 0.85/SP pAUIAVANVLECK, ' "448 sq" space • • Excellent midtown location BROKER • Concrete floor, new paint

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