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ELE CTION

By Elon Glucklich The Bulletin

Candidates for Deschutes

County commissioner are • Read our previous election stories raising funds and kicking into at:bondbnllotin.com/oloctions campaign mode with primary • Complete list of candidates,B1 elections two months away.

And although no one would

Two of the three commissioners — Tammy Baney and Tony DeBone — are up campaign, two potential opfor re-election this year. No ponents have already raised a one challenged Baney before few thousand dollars each, and Tuesday's filing deadline, figure to raise thousands more. so she'll run for a third term

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unopposed.

mistake the county races for a multimillion-dollar U.S. Senate

But DeBone's seat is a dif-

ferent story. He faces a primary challenge from Sisters resBy John Gottborg Anderson

ident and fellow Republican Richard Esterman.

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In the world of

fine dining, winning recognition from the James Beard

TODAY'S READERBOARD

Foundation could be likened to getting an Oscar nomination.

It's a really big deal.

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So when it was announced last month that Joe Kim Jr.,

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executive chef and co-owner of downtown

Sunriver to LavaLands

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Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation Executive Director John Schiomor places an electric pump in the icy puddle of standing water underneath Forest Service Road 45. Snow was

added after the water wasdrained for a safer passing through this section of the Groat Nordoon course.

Secession vote has

a Bend cross-country skiing champion with

chef outside of Portas a semifinalist for

recognition as "Best Chef: Northwest," it

was a major coup. Never beforenot since the Beard

country ski race, which offers 17- and 30-kilometer

Foundation began its

national awards program in 1991 — has a Central Oregon chef

course options, begins at 7:30 a.m. today at Mt. Bachelor's West Village Lodge and finishes up at

been nominated for this award, which is

Wanoga Sno-park. Setting up the course wasn't

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without difficulty, though, as water pooled up inside

EmilNordeen,who grew upinSweden,became aBend icon after settling here in1920. He's best known for twice winning the 42-mile Fort Klamath-Crater Lakeski race (1929, 1931). In 1927, he helpedestablish the Bend Skyliners Club as amountain search and rescueandskiing promotion group. Nordeen, who raced into his 60s, died in1986 at the age of96.

thetunnelpassingunder ForestServiceRoad 45,

regularly dominated by Seattle and Portland restaurateurs. In fact, Kim is only

the sixth Oregon chef outside of Portland to

posing an icy obstacle that organizers cleared on

gain this attention in

the last 10 years.

Friday. Visit www.mbsef.org for more information on

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the race. Race-day registration is not available.

mapmakers

Iraqbill threatens women, and girls

on alert By Julie Johnsson Bloomberg News

A vote that could redraw the map of eastern

Europe by joining Crimea to Russia has professional cartographers like Juan Valdes on high alert. In the wake of a refer-

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recreation, than the race that bears his name-

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how the region should be Russia's drive to annex Crimea, a region trans-

husband's whim, provoking outrage from rights activists and many Iraqis who see it as a step back-

ferred to Ukraine by the

ward for women's

Soviet Union in 1954, has drawn condemnation from the United States

rights. The measure is aimed at creating

mit to sex on their

depicted on thousands of

print and digital maps.

and Europe, which have threatened to impose

sanctions if Moscow doesn't back down. Friday, Russia warned that Ukraine's government has lost control of the country, sparking concern the Kremlin

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Investigators: Missingjet hijacked By Eileen Ng andJoan Lowy The Associated Press

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people with significant flying experience hijacked the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, switched off communication d evices and steered it

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course, a Malaysian government official involved in the investigation said today. No motive has been established and no demands have been made known, and it is

not yet clear where the plane was taken, said the official, who spoke on condition of

anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the media. The official said that

do this is unclear. Malaysian a uthorities and others w i l l

l o nger be urgently investigating the backgrounds of the two pilots "It is conclusive," he said. and 10 crew members, as well He said evidence that led the 227 passengers on board.

to the conclusion were signs that the plane's communica-

tions were switched off delib-

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Investigators are analyzing radar and satellite data from around the region to try and

MalnutritiOn iu Syria —Trapped in hernorthern Syrian village by fighting, Mervat watched hernewborn baby progressively shrink. Her daughter's dark eyesseemedto grow bigger as herface grew more skeletal. Finally, Mervat escaped toneighboring Lebanon, and anurse told her the girl was starving. Herdaughter Shurouk hasbeen undergoing treatment the past three months andremains a wispy thing. The 9-month-ol dweighs7 pounds— thoughshe'sbecome moresmiley and gregarious. Mervat spoke oncondition she beidentified only by her first name,fearing problems for her family in Syria. Her case underscored howdramatically Syrian society has unraveled from a conflict that this weekendenters its fourth year. Suchstark starvation was once rare inSyria, where President Bashar Assad's autocratic state ran ahealth system that provided nearly free care.

Thailandraid —Thai police officers raiding a jungle campin the hills of southern Thailand havedetained about 220 peoplesuspected of being ethnic Uighurs fleeing China, two-thirds of themwomenand children, according to aThai police officer and reports in theThai news media onFriday.Thenighttime raid took place Wednesdayat a rubber plantation in Songkhla province, which is acommon transit point for ethnic Rohingya boatpeople, mostly Muslims, fleeing violence anddiscrimination in Myanmar.Thepolice thought they were entering a Rohingyacamp, but cameacross people insisting that they were from Turkey.Uighurs are aTurkic-speaking, mostly Muslim people in the western region of Xinjiang in China,andthey often complain about discrimination by theethnic Han, who rule China. Mufduf plut —A retired NewYork high school librarian and aNew Jersey auto mechanic wereconvicted Friday of scheming to carry out gruesome fantasies of kidnapping, raping, torturing and killing women and girls. Theverdicts in Christopher Asch andMichael VanHise's conspiracy trial came a year after a conviction in a headline-grabbing case of a police officer accused of plotting abductions andcannibalism. A fourth man, a former hospital police chief, pleaded guilty in January.

Panhandler deating —Theco-founder offrozenyogurt chain Pinkberry was sentencedFriday to sevenyears in prison for beating a homeless manwith a tire iron, an attack aLos Angeles judgedeclared "fairly merciless" and "horrendous." Dressed in anorange, jail-issued jump suit, YoungLeestared straight ahead asLos Angeles County Superior Court JudgeHenry Hall handed downthe maximumpenalty the 49-year-old faced. Ajury in November convicted Lee —who helped found Pinkberry in 2005 but is no longer involved with the company — of assault. — From wire reports

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RWandah Ciliuf COllVICtud —Paris court delivered France's first-ever conviction for genocide Friday, sentencing aRwandan former intelligence chief to 25years in prison over the1994 killings of at least 500,000 people in theAfrican country. Thelandmark trial of 54-year-old Pascal Simbikangwasets off what could bethe first of dozens of Frenchtrials into one of the 20th century's greatest atrocities — two decadesafter it happened —andprovides ajudicial reckoning for a former colonial power that still has manyties to African countries like Mali, Central African Republic andbeyond.

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It's Saturday, March15, the 74th day of 2014.Thereare 291 days left in the year.

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Ukraine — TheU.N.Security Council is meeting to vote on a resolution on the Ukraine crisis.A2

Slovakia electionSlovaks go to the polls for the first round of the country's presidential election.

New evidence suggests that later start times for high school have far-reaching benefits. Mental health,

further delayed by the stimulating blue light from elec-

car crash rates, attendance and sometimes even grades and standardized test scores all may gain from

tronic devices, which tricks

the brain into sensing wakeful daylight, slowing the release

a little extra shut-eye.

of melatonin and the onset of

HISTORY Highlight:On March15, 44 B.C., Roman dictator Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of nobles that included Brutus and Cassius. In 1493, Christopher Columbus returned to Spain, concluding his first voyage to the Western Hemisphere. In1767, the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, was born in Waxhaw, S.C. In1820,Maine became the 23rd state. In1913, President Woodrow Wilson met with about100 reporters for the first formal presidential press conference. In1919, members of the American Expeditionary Force from World War I convened in Paris for a three-day meeting to found the American Legion. In1944, during World War II, Allied bombers again raided German-held Monte Cassino. In1964, actress Elizabeth Taylor married actor Richard Burton in Montreal; it was her fifth marriage, his second. In1970, Expo '70, promoting "Progress and Harmony for Mankind, "openedin Osaka, Japan. In1985, the first Internet

domainname,symbolics. com, was registered by the Symbolics Computer Corp. of Massachusetts. In1999, an Amtrak train slammed into a steel-filled truck at a crossing in Bourbonnais, III., killing 11 people. Tenyears age: Ten days after being convicted in a stock scandal, Martha Stewart resigned from the board of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. (Stewart rejoined the board in Sept. 2011.) Ousted Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide returned to the Caribbean from African exile after winning temporary asylum in Jamaica. A drive-by shooting in Mosul, Iraq, killed four American missionaries working for the Richmond, Va.-based Southern Baptist International Mission Board. Five years age: A chorus of outrage on Capitol Hill greeted news that some $165 million in executive bonuses were being paid by bailed-out insurance giant American International Group. The spaceshuttle Discovery was launched on a mission to the international space station that had been delayed five times. Oneyear age: The Pentagon announced it would spend $1 billion to add 14 interceptors to an Alaska-based missile defense system, responding to what it called faster-than-anticipated North Korean progress on nuclear weapons and missiles. The chief of Syria's main, Western-backed rebel group marked the second anniversary of the start of the uprising against President Bashar Assad by pledging to fight until the "criminal" regime was gone.

By Jan Hoffman

sleep. The Minnesota study noted that 88percent of the stu-

New York Times News Service

dents kept a cellphone in their

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Jilly Dos Santos really did try to

bedroom. But many parents, and some

get to school on time. She set three successive alarms on her phone. Skipped breakfast. Hastily applied makeup while her fuming father drove. But

students, object to shifting the

last year she rarely made it into the frantic scrum at the doors

work and extracurricular activities, and upsets the morning

of Rock Bridge High School by

routine for working parents and younger children.

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jobs, bites into time for home-

At heart, though, experts

school board was about to

say, the resistance is driven by skepticism about the primacy of sleep. "It's still a badge of honor to get five hours of sleep,"

make the day start even earlier, at 7:20 a.m.

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will die," recalled Dos Santos,

17. "I will drop out of school!" That was when the sleep-de-

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her tired, lanky body: Teenag- Jillien Dos Santos, center, who hes campaigned for e later high school start time, studies at home in there has to be a cultural shift ers are developmentally driv- Columbia, Mo., last month. The sputtering, nearly 20-year movement to start high schools later has re- around sleep." en to be late to bed, late to rise. cently gained momentum in communities like this one, as hundreds of schools in dozens of districts The University of M i nneCould the board realign the across the country have bowed to the accumulating research on the adolescent body clock. sota study tracked 9,000 high first bell with that biological school students in five districts reality7 in Colorado, Wyoming and The sputtering, nearly 20- dent of Montgomery County, including mental health, car pears to be benefits for their Minnesota before and after year movement to start high Md., supports the shift, and crash rates, attendance and, in students," Miller said. schools shifted start times. In schools later has recently the school board for Fairfax some schools, grades and stanResearchers have found those that originally started at gained momentum in commu- County, Va., is working with dardized test scores. that during adolescence, as 7:30 a.m., only a third of stunities like this one, as hundreds consultants to develop options Dr. Elizabeth Miller, chief hormones surge and the brain dents said they were able to get of schools in dozens of districts for starts after 8 a.m. o f adolescent medicine a t develops, teenagers who regu- eight or more hours of sleep. across the country have bowed New evidence suggests that Children's Hospital of Pitts- larly sleep eight to nine hours Students who got less than that to the accumulating research later high school starts have burgh, who was not involved a night learn better and are reported significantly more on the adolescent body clock. widespread benefits. Research- in the research, noted that the less likely to be tardy, get in symptoms of depression, and In just the last two years, ers at the University of Minne- study was not a randomized fights or suffer athletic inju- greateruse of caffeine, alcohigh schools in Long Beach, sota, funded by the Centers for controlled trial, which would ries. Sleeping well can also hol and illegal drugs than betCalif.; Stillwater, Okla.; Deca- Disease Control and Preven- have compared schools that help moderate their tenden- ter-rested peers. "It's biological — the mental tur, Ga.;, and Glens Falls, NY., tion, studied eight high schools had changed times with sim- cy toward impulsive or risky have pushed back their first in threestatesbefore and after ilar schools that had not. But decision-making. health outcomes were identical bells, joining early adopters in they moved to later start times she said its m ethods were During puberty, teenag- from inner-city kids and affiuConnecticut, North Carolina, in recent years. In results re- pragmatic and its findings ers have alater release of the entkids," said Kyla Wahlstrom, "sleep" hormone melatonin, a professor of educational Kentucky and Minnesota. The leased Wednesday they found promising. "Even schools with limited which means they tend not to research at the University of Seattle school board will vote that the later a school's start this month on whether to pur- time, the better off the stu- resources can make this one f eel drowsy until around l l Minnesota and the lead author sue the issue. The superinten- dents were in many measures, policy change with what ap- p.m. That inclination can be of the study.

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The 59-year-old's history of Alex Garcia/ Chicago Tribune / MCT theft went largely unnoticed An airport employee checks a bag on a carousel in the baggage by the public until last month, claim area of O'Hare International Airport. The practice of thieves when police said he fled from targeting baggage gained worldwide attention when a rare Indian O'Hare with what turned out to be a rare Indian guitar, a crime that drew international attention after the victim described the loss on Facebook. Police

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is what it is," Hargrove told ponabbed Hargrove a few days eras mounted in the terminals, lice while he was placed under later as he allegedly tried to and airport police walk the arrest, according to the report. steal more luggage. grounds atairports across the One of the bags belonged to Hargrove's string of arrests country. But neither tactic is Michael Hawthorne, an Arizoand convictions for theft over foolproof, the experts said. na real estate investor in town "It's a bigger problem than on business. He said he didn't the decades highlight the vulnerabilities of airport baggage most people know," said Scott arrive at baggage claim right claims, areas that are often Mueller, who has worked in the away because he needed to rebarrier-free, open to the public commercial airline industry for charge his cellphone atthe gate. and near quick escape routes 24 years and wrote the book Ten minutes later, he said, he to public transit and away from "The Empty Carousel." "It's received a call from an airline the airport. just too easy. Most of the bags employee who told Hawthorne Airlines bear responsibility are on wheels. Even if the bag his bag was "not available right forsecurit y atbaggage carou- weighs 200 pounds ... you pop now" and that he needed to sels at O'Hare and Midway, the handle, and you're rolling gettothe baggage area quickbut many carriers believe their out the door." ly. Officers then escorted him liability ends once the bags and two other Arizona travelhave been delivered, aviation A now-famous guitar ers to an airport police station, A t O 'Hare's Terminal 2 , experts said. Ultimately, the and they retrieved their stolen space is a public area, resulting where Hargrove allegedly stole luggage. Hawthorne said his in airlines and airports blam- C anadian m u sician H a r r y bag didn't carry anything valuing each other when something Manx's Indian guitar in Feb- able, but the experience was an goes missing, they added. ruary, a wide space abuts the eye-opener. He travels regular"Once it hits the carousel, luggage carousels. Nearby exit ly and has never had luggage boy, that is the grayest area doors lead to taxi stands and stolen. "There is a hole in secuof all in my mind," said Joe shuttle bus stops. rity that I didn't recognize," he Brancatelli, editor of a noncomSeveral security cameras said in a telephone interview. mercial website for business overlook the carousels. When travelers. flights arrive, one or two bag- Tracking thefts Baggage daimthefthappens gage agents stand near the carSeveral airlines based in Chiregularly, aviation experts said, ousels as travelers daim their cago's two airports dedined but not enough for airlines and luggage. Sets of stairwells, es- to talk about security in the airports to spend money to mit- calators and elevators nearby baggage claim areas or didn't igate the risk. Airlines report lead to a hallway on the lower return calls when contacted by the theft figures to the U.S. level that takes travelers to the the Chicago Tribune. Department of Transportation, CTA's O'Hare Blue Line station. Some other airports do keep but the data is not separated Prosecutors said Hargrove track of luggage thefts. At Denfrom lost or misplaced luggage was seen exiting the terminal ver International Airport, 40 figures. and getting on the Blue Line. thefts were reported last year Before 9/11, security guards On Feb. 21, Hargrove al- in the baggage claim area. Austood by baggage daim exits legedly was seen on a surveil- thorities recorded 172 luggage at many airports, ensuring that lance camera stealing a Mohan thefts at New York City's Kenluggage tags matched the tick- veena guitar and bag off the nedy International Airport in et claims held by travelers. But carousel. The theft went viral 2013, though the figure does airlines have largely stopped on social media after Manx not break down w here the doing that because it was too lamented the loss on Facebook thefts occurred. costly, and they decided there and likened his signature inRobert Loeb, a veteran crimwasn't enough luggage theft for strument to an old friend. inal defense lawyer and former that measure to be necessary, Afterward, Chicago police prosecutor, said stolen luggage said Michael Boyd, a Colora- kept a dose eye on the termi- crimes can be difficult to purdo-based aviation consultant. nal in case Hargrove returned. sue since many theft victims Three days later, he did. Offi- live out of state and don't want DiffereiTtapproaches cers spotted him pushing a cart to return to pursue the charges. Baggage daim s ecurity and wearing the same dothing That's legally problematic, he today is handled differently he wore during the earlier theft said, because hearsay evidence across the country. but with a different knit cap, ac- — such as an officer claiming a For example, airlines are in cordingto apolice report. victim said the theft occurred charge of monitoring the carThe officers watched as Har- — won't help prosecutors. "The prosecutor does need a ousels at airports in New York grove walked to the US AirCity, Atlanta, Denver and Los ways baggage carousel and victim to come to court during Angeles, but the responsibility placed four bags onto the cart, an actual trial to say that he, the is managed byboth the airlines coveringthemwith a jacket, the victim, is the actual owner and and airports at Reagan Nation- report stated. 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nor's name to be released. "I'm basically starting with Continued from A1 books as well. DeBone has put the hometown crowd in La The winner of that race will $2,670 from himself and fami- Pine," DeBone said Thursday. take on Bend City Councilor ly members into his campaign, "I'm really confident in what I've done as a county commisJodie Barram, a Democrat, in while Barram has pitched in November. The primary elec- $1,100 from herself and family. sioner. We're going to make tion is May 20 and the general Their other contributions sure people have a message election is Nov.4. seem to show Barram's con- to listen to as far as what I've Even in its early days, the nections in the city of Bend, done." campaign for DeBone's seat and DeBone's influence in All three candidates said has brought out polar opposite the south part of Deschutes they've spoken at small events fundraising strategies, and County. across the county. highlighted each candidate's Barram's list of donors inDeBone a n d Es t e rman influence in different parts of cludes$200 from Bend Mayor spoke at a recent forum hostthe county. Jim Clinton, $500 from city ed by the tea party organizaBarram said this week she Councilor Doug Knight, $250 tion Redmond Patriots, and anticipates having to raise at from city Councilor Sally will meet again at a Deschutes least $40,000 by the general Russell and $500 from Vis- County Republican Party foelection. itBend CEO Doug La Placa, rumTuesday. Esterman, mean w h i le, state figures show. Chuck ArEsterman said he's been doesn't plan to raise a dime. He

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Continued from A1 Passage could further fray

streets for religious rituals, a show of their strength.

to reflectnew boundaries is

the country's divisions amid

simpler in an era of electronic publishing, doing so is as politically charged as ever. In 2010, an error by Google Maps helped trigger a border dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Should the reunification be approved, mapmakers risk legitimizing one side over the other if they redraw Russia's

some of the worst bloodshed since the sectarian fighting that nearly ripped the country

san al-Shimmari, a Shiite, has brushed off the criticism of

apart after the U.S.-led invasion. It also comes as more

a companion bill that calls for the establishment of spe-

and more children under 18 get married in the country.

be tied to the sect's religious

boundaries to include Crimea and the U.S. and the United

human rights activist Hana Adwar told The Associated Press. "Married underage

Nationsrefuse to recognize the vote result.

"Maps instill a lot of passion in people, individuals, na-

tions," said Valdes, director of

editorial research, whose honorary title is The Geographer. "So we have to be very cau-

tious. We have to make sure that we deal with the reality of the moment."

Unless they are propagandists,cartographers are typically a conservative bunch, according to Jim Akerman, curator of maps for Chicago's Newberry Library, whose collections range from ancient maps to almost every atlas,

road and railroad map published by Rand McNally. "It matters where maps are

made," Akerman said. Some Russian mapmakers may be quick, following the plebiscite, to redraw borders to reassert a Russian claim to the territory dating to Catherine the Great,

he said. "Others are very slow to make changes unless they're supported by treaties."

Google's mapping service uses broken lines to delineate disputed territories like Ab-

khazia, which broke away from Georgia in 2008, Kosovo, Kashmir and disputed bound-

aries between Egypt and Sudan. When dealing with territori-

al disputes, most U.S. mapping companies and commercial cartographers take their direction from the State Department, said Mark Monmonier,

distinguishedprofessor ofgeography at Syracuse Univer-

"That la w

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leadership.

crime against humanity and childhood," prominent Iraqi

Al-Shimmari insists that Karim Kadim/The Associated Press

Women pass by e banner Thursday for the Jeeferi Personal Status Lew in Baghdad, Iraq. The Arabic on the banner reads, "The Jaafari Personal Status Law is for you and eil of us." The contentious civil status draft iew for Iraqi Shiite community that allows child marriage end restricts women's rights has stirred up

girls are subjected to physical and psychological suffering. Iraqi law now sets the legal age for marriage at 18 without parental approval. Girls as young as 15 can be married only with a guardian's approval. The proposed new measure, known as the Jaafari Personal Status Law, is based on the principles of a Shiite school of religious law founded by Jaafar al-Sadiq, the

mapmakers out of trouble.

In a blog post, Google said flawed State Department data led to the mapping error that

triggered the 2010 dispute between Nicaragua and Costa

the bill is designed to end injustices faced by Iraqi women in past decades, and that it could help prevent illicit child marriage outside established legal systems. "By introducing this draft law, we want to limit or pre-

administration to i m pose

emergency restrictions on the importing of ancient

Already, government statistics

the Cabinet, which approved it last month despite strong

Minister N o ur i a l - Maliki's show that nearly 25 percent administration. A l- M a l iki of marriages in Iraq involved is widely expected to seek a someone under the age of 18 third term.

opposition by rights groups

in 2011, up from 21 percent in

and activists.

2001 and 15 percent in 1997.

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artifacts from his country,

saying that the looting and smuggling of such trea-

olateswomen's and children's

rights and creates divisions in society. "The Jaffari law will pave the way to the establishments of courts for Shiites only, and

sures has been "catastroph-

this will force others sects to form t heir ow n c o urts. This move will w i den t he

the minister, Mohamed

rift among the Iraqi people," Wardi said.

a measure that the United States can take only after

calendar. It also says that's

the age girls reach puberty. Since the Islamic calendar year is 10 or 11 days shorter

than theGregorian calendar, that would be the equivalent of 8 years and 8 months old. The bill makes the father the

only parent with the right to

revolt of 2011.

In a meeting on Tuesday at the State Department, Ibrahim Ali, pushed for fast

action on the restrictions,

New York-based Human

a nation submits a complex formal proposal. The State Department said that it was

Baghdad-based a n alyst criticized the law this week. "Passage of the Jaafari law man Abdul-Zahra Hendawi Hadi Jalo suggested that elecsaid the practice of underage tion campaigning might be would be a disastrous and dismarriage is particularly prev- behind the proposal. criminatory step backward "Some influential S h iite alentin ruralareasand some for Iraq's women and girls," provinces where illiteracy is politicians have the impres- deputy Middle East director high. sion that they should do their Joe Stork said in a statement. Also under the proposed best to make any achievement "This personal status l aw measure, a husband can have that would end the injustice would only entrench Iraq's disex with his wife regardless of that had been done against visions while the government her consent. The bill also pre- the Shiites in the past," Jalo claims to support equal rights vents women from leaving the said. for all." housewithouttheirhusband's The formerly repressed ShiIt is unclear how much suppermission, would restrict ite majority came to power af- port the bill enjoys among women's rights in matters of ter the 2003 U.S.-led invasion Iraqi Shiites, but Jalo, the anaparental custody after divorce that ousted Saddam Hussein's lyst, believes that it would face and make it easier for men to Sunni-led regime. Since then, oppositionfrom secular memtake multiple wives. Shiite religious and political bers of the sect.

The draft law does not set a minimum age for marriage. Instead, it mentions an age in a section on divorce, setting rules for divorces of girls who have reached the age of 9 years in the lunar Islamic

ic" since the Arab Spring

Rights Watch also strongly

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vent such practices," al-Shim-

accept or refuse the marriage Parliament must still ratify proposal. the bill before it becomes law. Critics of the bill believe That is unlikely to happen bethat its authors slipped the fore parliamentary elections age into the divorce section scheduled for April 30, though as a backhanded way to allow the Cabinet support suggests marriages of girls that young. it remains a priority for Prime

troducedthe draftmeasureto

By Tom Mashberg New York Times News Service

women rights, threatening to edd more divisions end woos to the society that is already in fragments.

But Sunni female lawmaker Likaa Wardi believes it vi-

sixth Shiite imam. Iraq's Justice Ministry late last year in-

asks U.S. to curtail import of antiquities

a row among many Iraqis who see it as a setback for child and

open to such a request. The restrictions would a llow I m m i gration a n d

Customs En f orcement agents to seize Egyptian cultural artifacts entering

the United States if they lacked official documentation that they had lawfully

left Egypt. Customs officials have no authority now

to seize Egyptian items unless they have specific information or a strong sus-

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mated ashes were spread acrossthe sands ofGearhart, on the Oregon Coast, where

his family vacationed during his childhood. Beard's Greenwich Village brownstone, in the heart of New York City, thereafter became the home of the James

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home, North America's only historical culinary center. On

nearly every day of the year except Sundays, chefs from throughout the United States

present multicourse dinners to guests who pay $170 and more, per plate, to sample t heir c u isine. A r i an a a n d

Andres Fernandez of Bend's Ariana Restaurant have been

offered that rare opportunity on April 5 (see box at right). The awards program began in 1991 to honor culinary professionals of all stripes-

Ariana Fernandezwill cook in NewYork Joe Kim Jr. isn't the only Bendchef getting attention from the James BeardFoundation in 2014. ArianaRestaurant owners Andres and ArianaFernandezhave beeninvited to cook a six-course tasting menu at theJames Beard House in NewYork on April 5. Oregon wines will be paired with eachcourse of the dinner, which is expected to attract between 60and 80guests paying $170 apiece. Themenu, asannounced bythe restaurant, will start with five hors d'oeuvres, including courses with foie gras, smoked sturgeon and pork belly. Thedinner itself will feature celery crab bisque, venison carpaccio, wild salmon with mushrooms and truffles, short ribs on polenta, and apassionfruit dessert. Ariana will bear the entire cost of shipping all ingredients, and bringing its seven-member kitchen staff, to New York for the dinner. Any profits go to the JamesBeardFoundation for education and scholarships, food industry awards, publications and the maintenance of the historic JamesBeard House. To help offset the costs, Ariana will be holding dinners March 23 and March 31featuring the menu that will be presented in New York. Information is available from the restaurant's website (www.arianarestaurantbend.com).

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014

MAY ELECTION The May 20election will serve as aprimary for a variety of statewide offices. Local races and measures will also be on the ballot.

OESCHUTESCOUNTY

• District Attorney Patrick Flaherty is seeking re-election, and Bend attorney John Hummel has also filed to run for the position. • County commissioner seats held byTony DeBone andTammy Baney are upfor re-election. DeBone, aRepublican, has filed to run again and faces aprimary challenge from Richard Esterman. Democrat and current BendCity Councilor Jodie Barram has announced shewill run for the position, as well. • Elections for assessor, clerk and treasurer will take place. Scot Langton, Nancy Blankenship and Robert Lowry will seek the posts, respectively. • District Judge Barbara Haslinger has announced she'll retire. Her seat on the bench will be up for election. Steven Kurzer, Randy Miller and Thomas Spear are all vying for the position. • District Judge Stephen P. Forte is seeking re-election. • A five-year local option fire levy would tax property owners 20 cents per $1,000 in assessed property value. Thefire department currently receives a cut of $1.18 per $1,000 in assessed property value from the city's permanent tax rate of $2.80 per $1,000.

CROOKCOUNTY • Jim Hensley is seeking re-election as sheriff. • The county commission seat held bySeth Crawford is up for election. Crawford has filed to run again andfaces a primary challenge from Prineville City Councilor Jack Seley. • Elections for assessor and clerk will take place. Brian Huber andCheryl Seely are seeking the posts, respectively. • A measure to make nonpartisan the positions of Crook County Judge and county commissioners will also be on the ballot.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

• Commission seats held by MikeAhern and John Hatfield are upfor election. Ahern is seeking re-election and will face a challenge from Floyd Paye;Tom Brown, Mae Huston and Mike Throop have filed for the other seat. • Elections for sheriff and county clerk are also on the ballot. KathleenMarstonandJames Adkins are seeking the positions, respectively.

CROOK/JEFFERSON COUNTIES

• District Judge Daniel Ahern and District Judge Gary LeeWilliams are running unopposed for re-election. REGISTERTO VOTE • The deadline to register to vote is 21days before Election Day. • Register online at the Oregon secretary of state's website, by mail using a form found on the website or in person at your county elections office.

READOURSTORIES • Coverage leading uptothe electionisatbendbulletin. cnm/electinns

DESCHUTES COUNTY

oo in cou casesemer e By Scott Hammers

break ribs, can last for more than three months.

The Bulletin

Deschutes County Health

rising again in the past few years. any cases by this time of year," Kuhn said. "Last year,

for $21.96. "What we're looking for is just to get a large part of the population vaccinated to prevent pertussis from making a

we only had three confirmed

comeback," Kuhn said.

"Sometimes we don't have

Pertussis is among the

Services has recorded six cas-

diseases covered by the DTaP

es of pertussis since the start of the year and is encourag-

series ofvaccinations recommended for young children, and theTdap vaccine given to older children and adults.

ing local residents to make

sure they are up to date on their vaccinations. Pertussis, also known as

Tom Kuhn, community

health program manager for Deschutes County, said Fri-

whooping cough, is a respiratory illness transmitted through droplets from a cough or sneeze. Symptoms, including a cough strong enough to cause vomiting or

day pertussis tends to come

and go in waves. Cases were on the upswing between 2002 and 2005 in Oregon he said, then dropped and have been

He said infected individuals can transmit pertussis and it's only March." without showing symptoms. Deschutes County Health It typically takes seven to 10 Services' Bend clinic is offerdays for a person exposed ing walk-in Tdap vaccinations to pertussis to begin having for those 11 years and older symptoms, though the delay from 4 to 5 p.m. every Thurscan be as long as six weeks, day for the uninsured or peo- he said. ple on the Oregon Health Plan See Cough /B6 cases— most ofthosecame later — and here we have six,

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COCCpresident vote scheduled The Central Oregon Community College board of directors will vote Monday afternoon to appoint the next president of COCC. Patrick Lanning, a native of Prineville and the campus president for Yamhill Valley CampusofChemeketa Community College, is the school's top choice, according to a press release. Last weekend, five representatives from the college visited Lanning's current workplace and interviewed avariety of individuals who work with him.

If appointed, Lanning would succeed Jim Middleton, who has served as president for a decade. — Bulletin staff ieport

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• We want to see your photos showing the signs of spring for another special version of Well shot! that will run in the

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Excnvators, dump trucks and other heavy equipment are at work near the Benham Falls East Day use Area near Sunrlver Friday. An asphalt path reaching from Sunriver to the Lava Lands Visitor Center, intended for cyclists, runners and walkers, could be completed by fall.

Sunrivei to LavaLands, paved

By Dylan J. Darling

Construction has started on anew paved path between Sunriver and the Lava LandsVisitor Center. The project by the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon Department of Transportation aims to improveaccessto Newberry National Volcanic Monument for people onfoot and on bicycles. oescrures Bsnham-Falls ",Bsnha~mWest''' g~

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get around in that area," Holloway said.

Online closure info For more information about the pavedpath being built between Sunriver and the Lava LandsVisitor Center, including closure updates, visit http://j.mp/

Outdoors section. Submit your best work at bendbnlletin.cnm /spring2014and we'll pick the best for publication. • Email other good photos of the great outdoors to renderpbetosO bendbulletln.cem and tell us a bit about where and when you took them. We'll choose the bestfor publication. Submission requirements: Include as much detail as possible — when and where you took it, and any special technique used — aswell as your name, hometown and phone number. Photos must be high resolution (at least 6 inches wide and 300 dpi) and cannot be altered.

STATE NEWS

PBeRAk. Portland

People on foot and on bicycles are among the target users for the paved path, which will have a spur going to the Benham East Day Use Area. The $1.85 million construction

project is funded by the Public Lands Highways Discretionary Program and the ODOT Rail Safety Program, according to ODOT. SeeLava /B6

• Pertlnnd: A man was almost killed Friday by a compactor after falling asleep in a recycling bin,B3

Fall from a fishing boat leaves areamanmlsslng In Berlng Sea Police continue search By Dylan J. Darhng The Bulletin

A Central Oregon man is missing and presumed dead after going overboard Wednesday from a fishing vessel into the chilly waters

of the Bering Sea. Eric Eder, 43, moved to Redmond from Waldport

for missingwoman,43

Nissing at sea A Central Oregon manwent overboard from the fishing vessel Seeker on Wednesday. A10-hour search of 64 square miles of the Bering Seafailed to locate Eric Eder. Family and friends are planning a memorial service for March 22 at Eagle Crest Resort. Arctic Ocean t RUSSIA

in September, his sister, Shelly Heim, told the NewFriday paper. She told the paper he is survived by his wife, Adrienne Eder, and two sons, Bennett, 5, and

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Oliver, who was born five weeks ago. Formerly of Waldport

Waldport and he was excited to live near him again. See Lost /B6

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Fisherman lost Anchorage

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Pacific Ocean ~u

Bend Police are working with law enforcement agen-

long, but we're not ruling anything out." Officers obtained a search warrant earlier this week to

cies in Southern Oregon and

look for evidence in De Horta-Frias'

motor home, C astro-

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foun d on Janelee Place near Copperfield Avenue. Police believe

reported missing Monday. She was reportedly with Honorio De Horta-Frias, 40,

around the time of her disappearance, according to Bend

De Horta-Frias

is driving a 2003

Police Lt. Nick Parker.

himself, Ed Pond, 70, of

Redmond, said he was happyto see Eder move to Central Oregon recently. The

The Bulletin

Pivoyne Castro-Luna, 43, was last seen Sunday and

• Fairban s

Bering Sea

By Shelby FL King

into California as the search continues for a missing woman and a person who may know of her whereabouts.

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two had been neighbors in News of Recont, B2

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Parker said detectives believe it's possible Castro-Luna left willingly with De Horta-Frias, but said they suspect that is not the case.

"We're still looking for them both," he said. "It's

unlike her not to contact her Source: us. Coast Guard, friends and family of Eric Eder

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friends and family for this

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w h i t e Toyota

Frlas Taco m a pickup with Oregon license plate 9P2954. Castro-Luna is female, de-

scribed as 5 feet 5 inches tall, 175 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. See Missing /B6


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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014

NEWS OF RECORD

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ENDA R Ave., Bend;541-382-8436 or www. jazzattheoxford.com. MY NEWMISTRESS:The Utah rock band performs; $5; 9 p.m.;Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70S.W.Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881 orwww. volcanictheatrepub.com. APPLECAT: TheCanadian plays electronic music, with llko, Lashawn and DJ Byrne; free;10 p.m.; Dojo, 852 N.W. Brooks St., Bend;541-706-9091 or

suggested donation;5-6:30 p.m .; Bend's Community Center,1036 N.E Fifth St.; 541-848-0097 or www. bendscommunitycenter.org. JAZZATTHEOXFORD:Featuring Western swing bandBruceForman

TODAY "THE METROPOLITANOPERA: WERTHER": Starring JonasKaufmann in the title role of Massenet's adaptation of Goethe's revolutionaryand tragic

and CowBop;$39 plusfees; 5p.m.;

romance;operaperformance

The Oxford Hotel, 10N.W.Minnesota Ave., Bend;541-382-8436 or www. jazzattheoxford.com. FIREARMS AND FASHION: Afashion show with historical characters ouffitted with the guns theywould havecarried in the late1800s; no host bar; $5, $3 for members, registration requested; 6 p.m.; High Desert Museum,59800S. U.S. Highway97,Bend; 541-382-4754 or www.highdesertmuseum.org. HIGH DESERT WILD GAMES: Featuring awild game buffetand gaming fun; proceeds benefit Full AccessBeth Rixe Service Center; $50 for dinner and gaming script; 6-10 p.m.; ElksLodge, 63120 N.E.BoydAcres Road,Bend; 541-382-1371, bendnative©aol.com or wwwfullaccess.org. WINE INTHEPINES: Featuring wine, beer and hard cider tasting, dinner, live music, prizes andadessertauction; proceeds benefit Sisters Rotary; $40, $75 per couple; 6-10p.m.; Brand33, 16900Aspen LakesDrive, Sisters; 541350-3085 or www.sistersrotary.org. AUTHORPRESENTATION: Karen Spears Zacharias presents "Mother of Rain"; $5; 6:30 p.m.; PaulinaSprings Books,422 S.W. SixthSt.,Redmond; 541-526-1491. "GREASE"SINGALONG: Singalongto lyrics on the screen;$20, $15students, plus fees;7 p.m.,doorsopen6 p.m .; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W. Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. org. AARONMEYER:The Portland classicalrock violinist performs; $15 plusfees inadvance,$20atthedoor;7p.m.,6 p.m. doors openfor silent auction and raffle; Summit High School, 2855 N.W. Clearwater Drive, Bend;541-322-3300. "FUNNY MONEY": Acomedy abouta mild-manneredaccountant accidentally picking up abriefcase full of money andtrying to explain himself to a police detective; $19,$15seniors, $12students;7:30p.m.;Greenwood Playhouse,148 N.W.Greenwood Ave.,Bend;541-389-0803orwww. cascadestheatrical.org. THE MELODRAMATICS: Reggae-rock from California, with Necktie Killer, No Cash Value,Quiet Culture andThose Guys; $8;8p.m.;DominoRoom,51 N.W. GreenwoodAve., Bend; 541-4084329 or www.j.mp/melobend. JAZZATTHEOXFORD:Featuring Western swing bandBruceForman and Cow Bop;$39 plusfees; 8:15p.m.; The Oxford Hotel, 10N.W.Minnesota

transmitted live in highdefinition; $24, $22 seniors, $18children; 9:55 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 8 IMAX, 680S.W. PowerhouseDrive, Bend; 541-312-2901. DISCOVERNATUREDAY: Families can track wildlife, explore the stream, meet birds of prey, learn mapand compass, playgamesandmore;hostedbythe Deschutes Children's Forest; K-8th grade with parent or guardian; free; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; ClineFalls State Park, OR126,4 miles west of Redmond, Redmond; 541-383-5592 or www. deschuteschildrensforest.org. MOTHER,DAUGHTER & FRIENDS TEA: Featuring lunch with tea, raffles, drawings and friendship photos; proceeds benefit the GeneralFederation of Women's Clubs ofCentral Oregon; $15 donation, reservation requested; 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; RedmondSenior Center, 325 N.W.DogwoodAve.;541-279-1441

or gfwccentralor.org.

JUMPERJACKPOTSERIES: Competitors jump their horses for cash in avariety of classes; free; noon; Fruition Farm, 5707S.W.Quarry Avenue, Redmond;541-410-9513 or

www.coeventers.com.

"JOLLYROGER & THE PIRATE QUEEN": A playaboutan English aristocrat and hersuitor; $5; 2 p.m.; Journey,70 N.W.Newport Ave., Ste. 100, Bend; 541-647-2944 or www. bendtheatre.org. KNOWGO:HIKINGTHEPACIFIC CRESTTRAIL IN13 SHORT YEARS: Bill Valentine covers thedosand don'ts of preparing for the trail; free; 2 p.m.; Downtown BendPublic Library, 601 N.W.Wall St.; 541-312-1032, lizg©deschuteslibrary.org or www. deschuteslibrary.org. LATE MODELRACE CAR VIEWING: View a racecar signed by Central

Oregonveteransor signit ifyou area

veteran; T-shirtsales benefit race car maintenance; free; 4p.m.; VFWHall, 1836S.W.VeteransWay,Redmond; 541-447-5304 or kim.phIllipp@ co.crook.or.us. AUTHORPRESENTATION:Willy Vlautin reads fromhis book"The Free"; free, reservationrequested; 5 p.m.;Sunriver Books 8 Music, Sunriver Village Building 25C;541-593-2525 or www. sunriverbooks.com. BENEFITCONCERT:Featuring acoustic musician TaraHenderson; proceeds benefit the"Feed theHungry" program; five no-perishable fooditems or $5

POLICE LOG

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SU5IDAY ST. PATRICK'SDAYDASH:A5K race from through downtown Bendand area parks, with an after-partyadjacent to the pub; contests for costumes and best wearing of green; proceedsbenefit Bethlehem Inn; free for spectators; 10:05a.m. race start, 7:30a.m. registration, 9 a.m. costume judging; Deschutes Brewery & Public House, 1044 N.W.Bond St., Bend; www. bendstpatsdash.com. EMPTY BOWLS:Featuring hotsoup and refreshments made byRidgeview culinary students in ceramic bowls made by Ridgeviewstudentsand others; proceeds benefit Jericho Road; $10 suggested donation per bowl; noon-7p.m.;Ridgeview High School, 4555 S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541-504-3600 or www.rvhs.redmond. k12.or.us. "FUNNY MONEY": Acomedy about a mild-mannered accountant accidentally picking up abriefcase full of money and trying to explain himself to a police detective; $19, $15seniors, $12 students; 2 p.m.; Greenwood Playhouse, 148N.W.Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541-389-0803 or www. cascadestheatrical.org. TWO ON TAP:A creative collaboration

of songanddance; part ofthe Redmond Community Concert Association series; SOLDOUT;2 p.m., doors open1:15 p.m.; Ridgeview High School, 4555 S.W.Elkhorn Ave., Redmond; 541-350-7222,

redmondcca©hotmail.com orwww. redmondcca.org.

AUTHOR! AUTHOR!:Cheryl Strayed, author of "Wild," will speak; $20-$75; 4 p.m.; Bend HighSchool, 230 N.E Sixth St.; 541-312-1027 or www. dplfoundation.org. "A HORSEOFCOURSE" FUNDRAISER:Ascreening of the film "Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies," live music and short films; proceeds benefit Equine Community Resources; $10 suggested donation; 5 p.m.; Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70S.W.Century Drive, Bend; 541-323-1881 or www. volcanictheatrepub.com.

The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log whensuch a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358.

BEMD POLICE DEPARTMENT Burglary — A burglary was reported at12:43 p.m. March 3, in the1000 block of Southeast 15th Street. Criminal mischiel — An act of criminal mischief was reported at10:51 a.m. March 8, in the 200 block of Southeast15th Street. DUII — Dacia H.Puckett, 52, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at12:33 p.m. March10, in the area of South U.S. Highway 97 and Badger Road. Theft — Atheft was reported at 9:02a.m. March11, inthe100 block of Northwest Wall Street. Unlawful entry — A vehicle was reported entered at 3:12 p.m. March11, in the 61500 block of Tall Tree Court. DUII — Patrick David Michelson, 43, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at10:43 p.m. March 11, in the area of Northeast Second Street and Northeast Greenwood Avenue. DUII — Peter Eggers Palmer, 38, was arrested on suspicion of driving underthe influence of intoxicants at 2:53 p.m. March 12, in the area of Southwest Simpson Avenueand Southwest Columbia Street. Criminal mischief — An act of criminal mischief was reported at 6:05 p.m. March12, in the 1500 block of Southeast Tempest Drive. DUII — Robert Harry Best Jr., 58, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 6:28 p.m. March 12, in the area of Northeast Sixth Street and Northeast Olney Avenue. Theft — A theft was reported at9:27a.m. March13, inthe 1000 block of Northwest Albany Avenue. Burglary — A burglary was reported at12:15 p.m. March13, inthe20300 blockofRoccaW ay. Theft — Atheft was reported at 2:06 p.m. March 13, in the 700 block of Southeast Manley Place. Criminal mischiel — An act of criminal mischief was reported and an arrest made at10:31 p.m. March 7, in the 2500 block of Northwest Regency Street. Theft — Atheft was reported at

5:52 p.m. March 4, in the 1400 block of Northeast First Street. Burglary — A burglary was reported at 8:58a.m. March13, in the 61200 block of South U.S. Highway 97.

PRIMEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMEMT Criminal mischief — An act of criminal mischief was reported at 5 p.m. March13, in the areaof Northeast Elm Street. Criminal mischief — An act of criminal mischief was reported at 5 p.m. March13, in the areaof Northwest Beaver Street.

OREGON STATE POLICE DUII — Frederick Graff Szkotak, 26, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at1:07 a.m. March 13, in the area of U.S. Highway 20 near milepost 9 in Deschutes County. DUII — Robert Otis Nelson, 49, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 6:30 p.m. March 13, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 and Suzanne Lanein Bend. DUII — Edward Leigh Owens, 37, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 8:13 p.m. March 13, in the area of DayRoadand Sunset Lane in LaPine.

BEND FIRE RUNS Thursday 0:53 a.m.— Unauthorized burning, 19191 KiowaRoad. 25 — Medical aid calls.

Filed Feb 27

14CV0145 —LynneP.Rollman v. Old Mill District ShopsLLC, complaint, at least$250,000 Filed March 3 14CV0147 —Springleaf Financial Services Inc., formerly known as AmericanGeneral Financial Services Inc., dbaAmerican General Financial Services, v.Robert D. Monette, Janice R.Monette, RomaineVillage Homeowners Association, complaint, $115,654.59 14CV0140 —Liberty Acquisitions Servicing LLCv. SusanM. Dayand Ruff House,complaint, $40,910.93 14CV0149 —JaneChristensen v.

James E.Chancellor, complaint, at least $250,000 Filed March 4 14CV0150 —PaulMacyv. Bosski Inc. andColumbiaRiver Moto-Sports Inc., complaint, $1,464.059.13 14CV0152 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v.Richard T.Crossand Lisa D. Whited, complaint, $172,813.49 14CV0153 —Stanley A.Thomas v. Penny L.Newton, complaint, at least $100,000 14CV0154 — Liberty Acquisitions Servicing LLC v. Beverly BaraschSullens, complaint, $44,147.56 14CV0162 —TheEstate of Howard C. Rackley v.Anthony Moonand LemansCorporation, dbaParts Unlimited/DragSpecialties, complaint, $124,917.69plus interest, costs andfees Filed March 5 14CV0155 —RayKlein Inc., dba ProfessionalCreditService, v. Corey J. Rise complaint $13 506.70 14CV0157 —Capital One Bank N.A.v. JaymesonDahlke, complaint, $27,951.18 14CV0158 —Discover Bank v. Carolyn R.Bader, complaint, $17,873.73 14CV0159 —Cavalry SPVI LLC v.PaulColburn, complaint, $28,997.81 14CV0100 —ShaneAnnichiarico v. Scott M. Knox,complaint, $33,431.60 14CV0101 —Margaret E.Manser and Teresa A. Wegnerv. Jordan L. Grandlund,akaJordan Haase, complaint, at least$150,000

Filed March 6 14CV0163 —U.S. BankN.A., as trustee successor ininterest to State StreetBankandTrust, as trustee forWashingtonMutual MSC Mortgagepass—through Certificates series2003-AR2, compla>nt,$95,668A3 14CV0104 —Nationstar Mortgage LLC v.DavidJasper, Sharon Murphy andWashington Mutual Bank F.A.,nkaJPMorgan Chase BankN.A.,complaint,$333,726 14CV0165 —AlohaProduce of Central OregonInc.v. Tomand Charleys's Inc., BrothersFamily Diner Inc., OutbackPizzeria Inc. and James R. Moore, complaint, $24,847.81 14CV0107 —JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.successorby mergerto ChaseHomeFinance LLC,v. Britt Leis, AmberLeisakaAmber Larkin and KeybankN.A., complaint, $92,808.04 plusinterest, costs andfees 14CV0168 —Pennymac Loan Services LLC v. Pete B.Morris, complaint, $175,752.02plus interest, costs andfees

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This week, Walden is holding town hall meetings in Eastern Oregon to get an update from the public on the Forest Service plan and other issues. He intends to introduce legislation that would prevent the Forest Service from implementing a travel plan without concurrence from the local community. Whatever happens with that bill, it won't be easy for the Forest Service to reach an agreement about what roads and trails should be closed to motor vehicles. Walden says some 70 percent of U.S. Forest Service lands in Wallowa County are alreadydedicated to non-motorized recreation. Closing off more, even forgood environmental reasons,could bebad foreconomic and recreation reasons. But this time around, the Forest Service must truly do as it has pledged: Conduct an open process. Incorporate what the public says into the plan.

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n CentralOregon, May 20 ballots will include a mixture of nonpartisanraces,party primaries and local measures. The May election generally gets less attention than November's, but critical decisions will be made and candidates elected. April 29 is the deadline to register to vote or to change party registration, and ballots will be mailed May l. Although we won't list every candidate in this column, we will interview them all before making our endorsements. If you have questions you'd like us to ask them, please send them to Editor of Editorials Richard Coe at rcoelbendbulletin.com. On the statewide level, six candidates are seeking the Republican gubernatorial nomination, while incumbent John Kitzhaber has only one opponentin the Democratic primary. For Congressional District 2, incumbent Greg Walden has one opponent for the GOP nomination,and three candidatesare running on the Democratic side. Incumbent U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley has two opponents for the Democratic nomination. Jason Conger andMonica Wehby arethe most prominent of the five candidates seeking the GOP nomination in that race. In Deschutes County, the most well-known case is John Hummel's challenge to incumbent Dis-

trict Attorney Patrick Flaherty, while incumbent County Commissioner Tony DeBone faces a challenge from Richard Esterman for the Republican nomination for that seat. Voters will also cast ballots for a Circuit Court judge in a nonpartisanrace that has drawn three candidates: Steven Kurzer, Randy Miller and Thomas (T.J.) Spear. Bend-area voters will decide if they're willing to pay 20 cents per $1,000 assessed value to sup-

port fire fighting and emergency services. Crook County voters will decide if they want their county commission to be nonpartisan in the future, and the GOP will choose incumbent Commissioner Seth Crawford or challenger Jack Seley as their nominee for Crawford's seat. Jefferson County has two competitions for its County Court, or commission. Tom Brown, M ae Huston and M ik e T h roop are competing for position I and Mike Ahern and Floyd Paye seek position 2. For the O regon Legislature House District 59, Rep. John Huffman is being challenged for the GOP nomination by Britt Storkson. Some voters who feel their vote doesn't count for much in bigger elections — a view we don't share — should consider their much larger impact in these more localized elections.

M 1Vickel's Worth Don't blame weapon

with disdain.

We have powerful forums to dis-

In suIcIde

cuss the issues that confront us daily.

I am saddened by Dr. Archie Bley- We should use them to better all of er's March 8 opinion piece "Suicide our lives. Suicide is a painful and imis a valid reason to reduce firearm portant topic; so is gun control or the availability" in The Bulletin. lack of it. Letusbe aware that hidden It appears the Bleyer believes that agendas do none of us any good and if the government takes away fire- we should pursue truth and healing arms from the general public, sui- in the light of reason. RIP Uncle Jack. cide rates will go down. I disagree: Zeke Duge Suicide is the most personal act an Sisters individual can commit. The method

of carrying out that decision is of no Use the census consequence. I have lost my grandfather (pistol) and favorite uncle (rifle) I happened to read the March 12 to suicide. I firmly believe with help, letter by John Parr describing the possibly medication and support, sad case of an elderly man who,

Hold officialsaccountable In the spirit of democratic debate, I am responding to a March 6 oped piece written by Peter Schneider, which I read with curiosity and interest.

The job of the City Council is to set policy, to research and to make the most informed decisions possible in

the best interest of our community. Today's councilors live with decisions past councils have made. It's a reali-

ty. It's also a reality that we face expensive infrastructure projects today, because the city didn't invest in them

earlier. Schneider asserts that a city emthis would not have happened, but I though born in the U.S., could not ployee,Tom Hickmann, should be do notblame the weapons. provide a birth certificate and was held accountable for the council's (in It annoys me that Bleyer chooses therefore denied renewal of his driv- his opinion, poor) decision regarding to prey on those unfortunates who

suffer from demons we do not know to advance an agendapromoting gun control under the guise of helping reduce suicide and public suffering. In the second paragraph of his opinion piece, he identifies "another strategy" for expanding background checks by addressing in the media "self-inflicted harm by attempted suicide.

er's license. Why aren't DMV staff informed

the choice of surface water treatment.

tell them how. The Census Bureau's records of

project span at least three councils.

But city staff members don't make that there are various ways to prove big financial decisions; councilors do. citizenship besides a birth certifiDirections given to city staff on the cate'? Any hobby genealogist could surface water pipeline replacement decennial censuses are now publicly available through 1940. It's almost a sure thing that the elderly gentleman would appear in one of them, and

This is reprehensible! To use the

the record would show the state of

suffering of those of us who are left his birth. Say the man was born in to advance an agenda that does not 1930, he might be in the 1930 census attempt to a l leviate, reduce, imif born before April; he would likely proveor assuage thetragedy,butto also be in the 1940 census and in all capitalize on that suffering only to other censuses through 2010. promote personal goals, should be There's a 72-year lagbefore decencondemned byevery human on this nial censuses are made public to proplanet. tect the privacy of livingpersons. But The moral issue surrounding sui- the Census Bureau used to provide cide is another topic. It is not illegal information from censuses not yet to commit suicide in Oregon. It may generally public, if a person needed be condemned by conventional reli-

the information for some official pur-

While I may agree with Schneider'spreferred water treatment option, I disagree that any staff person

should become the focal point in an upcoming City Council election, as Schneider's letter alluded to.

From my point of view, city staff, including Hickmann, has continually tried to present responsible alterna-

tives, using all accessible information and following direction from a majority of elected councilors.

If I do my job well as a councilor, staff will understand the importance of the community's values that un-

derlie alternatives, and theywillpresent choices that fall within councilors' parameters.

gion. It may be a metamorphosis to pose, such as attending school or getThankfully, in this democracy, another life. It may have no cosmic ting a driver's license, and I believe your electedleaders are making effect at all; we do not know. But to

they still would.

use a sorrowful (in my case) event for your own gain should be viewed

these decisions. Vote thoughtfully.

Elizabeth VanStaaveren

Sally Russell

McMinnville

Bend city councilor

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Supermax-styled schools are an outlandish proposition By John Poe ust when I thought we had pried

and ones to handle the metal detectors, which to maintain safety we must use

last foolish idea from pro-gun J the owners' dead, cold hands, we had

whenever students leave the building (recess,gym),because they could hide a letter outlining the way to make our weapons outside then bring them back schools safer by turning them into a inside. They could have a co-conspiraSupermax prison environment. The tor(s) let them in an alarmed emergenonly thing the writer missed was the cyexit, thenpass outweapons — attack gun towers and orange jumpsuits for students on the playgmunds orparking thekids. lots. And hire additional staff to moniThe "elephant in the room" for these

torthe cameras in allareas.

types of suggestions is the cost, which This still doesn't solve a shooting all writers conveniently forget (see be- at bus stops (arm the drivers), athletlowhowto solve that). ic events (metal detectors, must have So, all we need are single entrance more metal detectors) and concerts. schools, metal detectors, alarm systems The writer's solution for this is, of and cameras in all areas (restrooms, course, more guns. Trained and armed really?) — disregarding the fact that teachers, custodians and lunch staff many schools have multiple buildings are next? Even the Texas state police on campus and portable ciassrooms association has saidthey think this is a that do not have two exits. In addition bad idea, since students may use guns to armed security to patrol the campus

teachers leave unattended in their desk,

IN MY VIEW

staff or "volunteers" and will exdude this coverage immediately, leaving taxpayers to pay for any accidental shoot-

shootings, when statistically, shoot- reminding me that guns in the home ers have reacted to bullying, discipline increase the likelihood of being killed). from teachers or admini>tration, gang So I am not the problem, you gun own~ and a raft of other perceived ers could be. Recently, on the news a injustices — and in few instances, have 13-year-old followed by a hidden camparents sent their children for mental era crew couldn't buy cigarettes or alevaluations prior to a shooting? And cohol, but did purchase a rifle at a gun you want our teachers to do this, when show. No guns should be p~ d by you don't even want them to teach sex anyone under 18. Make gun owners education? responsible for their inaction. If a miNow, we come to the cost. Estimates nor uses a gun in a robbery or school have ranged over billions of dollars shooting, if the gun can be traced to an just to train and hire minimum securi- owner, give them an appropriate manty staff in all schools across the coun- datory jail sentence. You're too cheap to try, when we currently don't have the buy a trigger lock or gun cabineP. Do m oney for more teachersorschoolim - thetime. provements. Taxpayers routinely vote To pay for all the school security down more high-minded measures for measures, implement a huge tax on all schools than the writer's list. What to guns and ammunition. You will still

mg 111stances. The writer thinks that mental health

do, what to do? I'm a former hunter and gun owner,

have your Second Amendment rights;

problems are what's behind all these (but sold them when my doctor kept

— John Poe lives in Bend.

or inthe case of high schools,overwhelmteachers who areweaker.

Of course, we could always use retimi military, police officers (the one who killed the texter in the movie the-

ater when he was "assaulted" by popcorn would be good, unless you are a texting teenager; or George Zimmerman is available. But no, not in a school with minority kids). Having worked in risk management with school districts

throughout the West, I can tell you, no insurance company wants to insure distrids bristling with armed teachers,

you'lljusthavetopayforthem.


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BITUARIES FEATURED OBITUARY

DEATH NOTICES Pauline "Polly" Walsh, of Bend February 18, 1925 - March 13, 2014

Arrangements: Baird Funeral Home, 541-382-0903 Services: Funeral Mass will be held Monday, March 17 at 12:15 p.m. at St. Francis Historical Church. Interment will take place at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Contributions may be made to: Partners In Care, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701

Benn, British leftist, denouncedhistitle to remain anofficial By Alan Cowell New York Times News Service

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renunciation of such titles. He

force, along with a moratorium on dispensaries. "We're just trying to be

and cocaine, which are con- 3460, about 200 dispensaries sidered Schedule II drugs. operatedin a legalgray area. Richard Nuckols, owner Leland Berger, a Portof Mary Jane's, said he had land lawyer representing the understanding that the the owners of Mary Jane's, city's revocation would not said he doesn't think the city take place until March 20, had the authority to issue the

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of the British left who became Bristol that had been caused by the fi rstpeer to surrender an his own disqualification from aristocratic title to remain in

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na. He said a previous license tactics and harassment tacapplication for another busi- tics on the part of the city," he ness of the owners of Mary sard. Jane's was denied because Nuckols said h e's been it would have sold cannabis discussing with his attorney edibles. the possibility of appealing He said patients who need the City C ouncil's revocamarijuana have other ave- tion of his business license to nues to obtain their medicine. the Jackson County Circuit Patients could go to Ashland, Court. "We've got to stand up for where the city has enacted an ordinance that opens its our rights and our patients' doors to dispensaries, he rights," he said. said. Grow sites are also legal Nuckols said he is hopeful in Medford under the Ore- that he will receive a license gon Medical Marijuana Act, from the Oregon Health AuBunn said. thority in the near future to Bunn said the city's stance operate a medical marijuana isbased on federal law. dispensary. According to the Drug EnH ouse Bill 3 460 w a s forcement A d m i nistration, passed by the Legislature marijuana is in the same cat- to clear up legal ambiguity egory as heroin, a Schedule I about the ability of dispendrug. Under federal law, mar- saries to operate in the state ijuana receives a worse rat- under the Oregon Medical

LONDON — Tony Benn, a arist and provocative leader

the Commons.

the House of Commons, died Under the laws of the time, Friday at his home in west Lon- Parliament refused to allow don. He was 88.

His death was announced by his family. No cause was Deathsof note from around specified. the world: Throughout his career, Benn Bob Thomas, 92: Started was a rebellious figure. The scireporting when Clark Gable on of a political dynasty, he emwas a middle-aged king, Bet- braced a socialist position to the te Davis was in her big-eyed left of many of his colleagues in prime, and Kirk Douglas and the Labour Party, particularly Lauren Bacall were emerging as it moved to the center under stars. "Independent" movies Prime Minister Tony Blair in

shed his peerage minutes after the law was passed and was

subsequently known simply as Tony Benn, and sometimes by the more familiar nickname

Wedgie. dio-controlled era and celeb- litical elite resisted and diluted For much of the 1960s and rity gossip was dispensed by unionpower, Benn championed 1970s, Benn served as a Cabinet columnists like Thomas, not labor union rights. While many minister in the Labour governthe Internet. Died Friday in Britons embracedthe European ment, his position cemented by Encino, Calif. Common Market in the 1970s, radical credentials that gave Edward Haughey, 70: A Benn opposedcontinued memhim the support of unions and N orthern I r i s h p e e r w h o bership. And while Blair led the the left wing of the party. His founded a veterinary phar- country to war in Iraq and else- jobs induded postmaster genmaceutical man u f acturing where, Benn, a prominent ad- eral, secretary for industry, secbusiness to become one of vocate of nuclear disarmament, retary for energy and minister Ireland's richest men. Report- campaigned for peace. of technology — a position in edly was in a helicopter crash. In his l ater y ears, Benn which he was an early supportDied Thursday in Gillingham, abandoned mainstream parlia- er of the development of the Norfolk, United Kingdom. mentary politics but continued Concorde supersonic airliner. Robert Rickel, 90: Along to goad Blair about his dose His manner and policies did with two brothers founded a ties with President George W. not endear him to his political chain of home improvement Bush. In the dispute over Iran's masters, notably Prime Minisstores that were precursors nuclear technology, Benn said ter Harold Wilson, who said he to retail giants like Home De- in 2005, "we might be told that pursued "tomfool issues" and pot and Lowe's. Died Sunday Britain must support Bush, yet represented "a kind of aging Boca Raton, Fla. again, because of the threat of perennial youth: He immatures Hal Douglas, 89: a voice- weapons of mass destruction, with age." As postmaster generover artist who narrated thou- thus allowing him to kill even al, he campaigned passionately sands of movie trailers in a more innocent civilians." and unsuccessfully to have the gravelly baritone heard by A bitter opponent of the in- image of Queen Elizabeth II re"audiences everywhere," as vasion of Iraq, Benn traveled to moved frompostage stamps. he might have put it, "thrilled Baghdad in February 2003 to Benn helped push the party by images never before seen interview Saddam Hussein on to the left in an internal feud were a rarity during the stu-

... until now!" Died March 7 in Lovettsville, Va.

the 1990s. While Britain's po-

behalf of Britain's Channel Four

in the 1970s that left deep di-

television news — far more in visions, heralding 18 years in Ophelia DeVora-Mitchell, the manner of a self-appointed opposition until Blair shifted it 91: A former model, agent, pacifist emissary than as a con- to the market-friendly center in c harm-school d i rector a n d ventional interviewer. the 1990s to win back power in "I comefor one reason only: 1997. In 1975, Benn was among newspaper publisher who almost single-handedly opened to see whether in a talk we Labour Party rebels who unthe modeling profession to Af- can explore, or you can help successfully opposed Britain's rican-Americans. Died Feb. 28 me to see, what the paths to continued membership in the in Manhattan. peace may be," he told the Iraqi EuropeanCommon Market in Richard Bomze, 76: The leader, who replied in part by a national referendum. owner-breeder of c h ampi- telling him that "Iraq has no He once said he moved furon New York-bred brothers weapons of mass destruction ther to the left as he aged. "He Fourstardave and Fourstars

whatsoever."

made enemies and kept ene-

Allstar. He was a past pres-

The journey to Baghdad was mies," Margaret Beckett, a forident of the New York Thor- Benn's second — he had trav- mer Cabinet minister from the oughbred Horsemen's Associ- eled to Iraq in 1991 to plead for Labour Party, said Friday as ation and was voted outstand- the release of British "human tributes to Benn poured in from ing breeder three times by shield" hostages — and his across the political spectrum. the New York Thoroughbred readiness to break the mold of Prime Minister David CamerBreeders. Died Tuesday in his party's political orthodoxy on said on '1Mtter, "There was Hollywood, Fla. was typical of a parliamentary never a dull moment listeningto — From wire reports career rooted in a longstanding him, even if you disagreed with

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family tradition of radicalism

him."

andpublic service. Both of his grandfathersand

od in opposition, Benn tried on

During Labour's long peri-

several occasions to be elected Parliament. Benn himself be- to the party leadership but, incame a legislator in the House creasingly seen as a maverick, of Commons, the seat of legis- he was unsuccessful. He was a lative power, in 1950 as the La- bitter foe of the market-oriented bour representative of a constit- policies of Prime Minister Maruency in Bristol. garet Thatcher, which encapsuHis mo t h er , M~ t lated everything Benn opposed Holmes, a theologian and fem- in the economics and practice inist, was an early advocate of of capitalism. the ordination of women. His H is critics a~ him o f wife, the American-born Caro- dividing the party in a manner line Middleton DeCamp, was a that Dennis Healey, a rival Ladose partner in his political life bour politician, said risked "deuntil her death in 2000. Shun- stroying the Labour Party as ning publicity, she was a life- a force in 20th-century British long advocate of state-funded politics." his father had been members of

education.He once called her

"my s~ sou l mate." (The couple met in 1949 at Oxford and he proposed marriage to her nine days later on a park bench. In later years, they in-

finedon 3consecutivedays

After an interview with Benn

in July 1999, Warren Hoge of The New York Times reported: "These days Mr. Benn feels out

of place in the Parliament he struggled to remain a member stalled the same bench in the of and in the party he began garden of theirhome in Holland passing out leaflets for as a Park in west London.) The po- 10-year-old in 1935. The boislitical dynasty continued with terous Labour assemblage of Hilary Benn, one of Benn's four union leaders, leftist ideologues children, who was minister for and people whose workplacinternational development and es were mines, shipyards and later environment secretary in factory floors has now become a disciplined party of middle Blair's government. managers, suburban houseBut the moment that propelled Benn to real prominence holders and get-ahead-minded businessmen. came much earlier. "He favors increasingincome In November 1960, he inherited the title Viscount Stans- taxes to fund public services, gate on the death of his father, expanding the welfare state, William Wedgwood Benn. The rolling back privatization and elevation to hereditary nobil- restoring full union rights. He opposes nudear weapons and ity automatically barred him from sitting among the elected waging war, unless it is apcommoners in the House of proved by the United Nations Commons. His effort to reject Security Council," Hoge wrote.

By Damian Mann The Medford Mail Tribune

Medford police jumped the gun when they issued three citations to a Medford mari-

juana dispensary before the revocation of its business license had taken effect. "We improvidently issued the citations," Councilor Dan-

iel Bunn said. Last week, the City Coun-

cil voted to revoke the business license of Mary Jane's Attic and Mary Jane's Basement, which operate in the

Winco shopping center on East Barnett Road.

However, the city needed to fine tune the revocation language and bring it back to the council for another reading on March 20.

the license revocation was in

clear and up front about this,"

he said.

so he was stunned when he J a ne's receivedseparate $250 cita-

Marijuana Act. Prior to HB

citations.

"The city code provides business license application tions on Monday, Tuesday that while the appeal is penddidn't specify that it would be and Wednesday. ing, the revocation is stayed," "This seems like bullying Berger said. dispensing medical marijuaBunn said M ar y

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High-life beau gamebecomes a dangerousfight over territory By Richard Winton and Marisa Gerber

"That she just thinks Los Angeles Times she has the right to LOS ANGELES — With a clientele of Hollywood celeb- kill a human — and rities including Nicki Minaj, me on top of that ... Jennifer Aniston and Alicia It's just work, it's not Silverstone, Dawn DaLuise was well known as the skin-

that serious."

care guru of the stars.

— Gabriel Suarez

The 55-year-old former model ran a West Holly-

Upper crust The case makes for a strange wrinkle in the career of a woman who has

long pampered the who's who of Hollywood. A 2002 piece in The New

York Times quoted a peeved DaLuise, who attributed the sparse turnout at her daugh-

wood "skin r efinery" t h at

ter's birthday party to "the simulated rape and listed her trickle-down effect of Holly-

used electrical muscle stimulation, instead of the typi-

wanted sexual liaisons that

cal steam-and-cream faciaL

home address.

Vogue and InStylemagazines have featured her, and

er man is also under investigation in the cyberstalking.

Mathers said

wood rudeness."

D aLuise

assumed that Suarez was

In 2007, she told Star magazine she visited the set of

she's the go-to beauty expert behind the c yber c a m- "Friends" often because her for national publications. paign and that it was an client, actress Jennifer AnisSo last year, when aesthe- escalation of their business ton, was obsessed with gettician Gabriel Suarez moved competition. ting frequent bikini waxes. in a couple doors down and She confided her suspiAnd in 2011, her name started offering facials and cions to a friend, Edward swirled around celebrity male bodywaxing, the com- Feinstein. blogs after she dished to "He says, essentially, the media a scene involving petition created tension. 'Yeah, yeah, it's Gabriel.' He Nicki Minaj after DaLuise Alleged scheme continues to egg her on," waxed her eyebrows and lip. L.A. County Sheriff's De- Mathers said. Feinstein "was According to her shop's partment officials now say pointing fingers at Gabriel website, D a L uise m o v ed t hat DaLuise tried to h i r e and stalking (DaLuise)." to California to model for a hit man t o k i l l S u arez, At that point, authorities Frederick's of H ollywood wrongly believing that he say, DaLuise reached out in the 1980s, but eventualwas behind a cyberstalking to a former NFL player she ly enrolled in beauty school campaign against her. knew and talked about hav- and got into the skin-care Detectives said they found ing Suarez killed. Mathers business. DaLuise's t ex t

m e s sages s tressed the man took n o

that laid out her plan for the hit, which was never carried out.

"She is culpable for putting the hit on him," said Capt. Shaun Mathers of the

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. "She believed it would be carried

out." DaLuise was

stein as a potential witness. Detectives discovered text

messages between the two c h arged in which DaLuise allegedly with one count of solicita- discussed the plan to have tion of murder and is being Suarez killed. held in Los Angeles County Jail on $1 million bail. Her

A twist

attorney did not return calls The Sheriff's Department seeking comment. immediately arrested her The a l legations h ave "because of the impending stunned neighbors and asso- danger," Mathers said. ciates, who said they knew She appeared in court about the rivalry but never March 7, but her arraignthought it would go so far. ment was postponed. Suarez said in an i nterAround that same time, view t ha t D a L uise o f ten Mathers said, Feinstein dis-

gave him the cold shoulder when they came across each

other, but never saw anything in her behavior to suggest she wanted to hurt him.

"That she just thinks she has the right to kill a human — and me on top of that," Suarez said. "It's just work, it's

not that serious."

The lead up

appeared. Members of the department's fraud and cybercrimes unit continued to

DaLuise began noticing lewd emails, fliers and at least one C r aigslist post-

ing, which targeted her. The Craigslist post said she

friends with D a Luise and

Suarez, said he'd heard her complain about Suarez in the past. At one point, said

the employee, she said she wanted him kicked out of his shop. Nevertheless, the em-

ployee said he feels certain that any threats she made about Suarez were hollow. "She's always like, 'This

guy, this. This guy, that,'" he said. "She makes people upset, but I know she doesn't mean it — 100 percent. She

can't do anything."

But that's little consolation for Suarez, who now some-

times keeps his shop door locked during the day.

"It's really made me fearinvestigate and uncovered another twist: The cyber- ful of being alone," he said. bullying messages and posts traced back to Feinstein. F einstein, w hose r a p sheet includes felony credit

card fraud, grand theft and identity theft, was arrested

Wednesday on suspicion of stalking and later released

Sheriff's officials said a bizarre series of events led to on $150,000 bail. Mathers the attempted hit on Suarez.

"Dawn realized that wom-

steps to carry out the hit and en in Los Angeles take the is not under investigation. business of staying beautiBut the scheme began to ful, young and thin very seunravel after DaLuise re- riously," the site says. ported the harassment to the An employee at a nearby Sheriff's Department earlibusiness, who asked not to er this month, listing Fein- be identified because he is

said Feinstein and DaLuise

"had some beef," but that any motive remains unclear. Suarez had nothing to do with the threats, Mathers added. Sheriff's officials said anoth-

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Olympics in oneword: uncertain. The Ukrainian city of Lviv was amongthe five contenders that submitted applicant files to the International Olympic Committee by Friday's deadline. With Ukraine engulfed in political crisis and its strategic Crimean peninsula under Russian control, it's unclear whether Lviv will be able to keep pursuing its Olympic campaign. Competing with Lviv for the 2022 Olympics are Almaty, Kazakhstan; Beijing; Krakow, Poland; and Oslo. The five delivered their applicant files to the IOC this week, outlining their vision and conceptfor the games, in the first phase of the bid process. The IOCexecutive board will decide which cities go through to the final phase at ameeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, on July 7-9. The full IOC will select the host city on July 31, 2015, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Beijing, which hosted the 2008 Olympics, is seeking tobecome the first city to host both the Summer andWinter Games.Oslo hostedthe 1952 Winter Games. Krakow would hold some ski events across the border in Slovakia. Almaty is a strong contender, bidding for a second straight time after failing to makethe cut for 2014.

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ava ears ounce rom s a e ourne • Sherwood scores first 11 points en route to handing BendHigh a59-34 consolation loss

his Lava Bears fell into an 11-0

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hole early in the first quarter, and on how Bend scored just EUGENE — Th e p erils of Sherwood. The Lava Bears had two points in the opening period morning games were on display talked about the need to come before losing in the consolation Friday morning. out strong, because with an ear- semifinal round of the Class 5A After suffering a lopsided ly tipoff, it would be easy to lack boys basketball state tournament. quarterfinal l oss T h ursday energy and fall behind early. Beaumarchais shrugged, his night,Bend High had gathered As Wyatt Beaumarchais dis- eyes fixated on the floor in front

we wanted," the Bend senior point guard said.

ByGrant Lucas

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Girls Class 5Acon- < solation final: Bend High (22-5) vs. West Albany (16-12) When:Today, 9 a.m. Where:Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene

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— The Associated Press

Knicks will turn to Phil Jackson

Nextup

cussed those pregame prepara- of him as if he were replaying the tions, he reflected on his team's game onthe concretein theback 59-34 loss to Sherwood, on how halls of Matthew Knight Arena.

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Members of the Summit lacrosse team practice on Thursday. The Stormare opening their season this weekend at a tournament in Boise, Idaho.

• Summit, BendHighareonceagain thetop teamsin High Desert Conferenceheading into the season By Emily Oller

"I think we

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got Bend this year. We're pretty good. It's always a good game though."

ince 2006, Summit and Bend high schools have developed a cutthroat rivalry in the sport of boys lacrosse. And this year will be no different. "Bend High beats us in football, Bend High beats Us in basketball, but Bend High never beats us in lacrosse," Summit coach Jeff Melville said. "Since '06 we've probably lost three games to Bend

— Summit co-

captain Quinn

and we've never lost to them twice in the same season." Over the last eight years, Summit has Reinecke said. "That's always a really enjoyed the most success in the Oregon good rivalry game." High School L acrosse Association's

Rasmussen

theStorm'shead coach in2009.

"I think we got Bend this year," Sum-

Inside

Last season, the Storm went 8-0 in the High Desert Conference and 13-8 over-

High Desert Conference — the Storm have finished ahead of the Lava Bears

mit co-captain Quinn Rasmussen add- all. The Lava Bears finished 6-2 in the ed. "We're pretty good. It's always a HDC and 12-7 overall. "Our greatest strengths are talent and six times. good game though." "I'm looking forward to playing Bend Melville believes this year's Summit depth," Melville said. High again," Summit captain Griffin team is one of the best since he became SeeLacrosse/C4

Arizona's Paul Goldschmidt

takes a crack at batting in cricket last year in

• At-a-glance previews for all six local teams in the Hlgh Desert

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

2-gameseriesset to spursport Down Under

Sydney. The Diamondbacks and L.A. Dodgers

will play games in Australia next

weekend. Rick Rycroft i The Associated Press file

By Dennis Passa The Associated Press

Former Boston Red Sox

coach Jon Deeble, who has been around Australian baseballformore than 30 years,

figures next weekend's season-opening series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and

Arizona Diamondbacks in Sydney will have a "massive

well behind Australian Rules Football, rugby league, rugby

impact" on the sport Down

union and cricket. Add to that

Under. Certainly there is plenty of room for growth. Baseball is not among the top 10 or 15 participation sports in Australia, ranking

list, among others, tennis, golf, basketball, the women's sport of netball and, according to

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PGA Tour,Valspar Championship PGA Tour,Valspar Championship Champions Tour: ToshibaClassic SOCCER EPL, Hull City vs. Manchester City EPL, Sunderland vs. Crystal Palace EPL, Aston Villa vs. Chelsea MLS, Toronto at Seattle

1 0 a.m. Go l f noon NBC, Golf 4 p.m. Golf 5:45 a.m. NBCSN 8 a.m. NBCSN 10:30a.m. NBCSN 1:30 p.m. Root, NBCSN

SUNDAY AUTO RACING

NASCARSprint Cup: FoodCity 500

9 :30 a.m. F o x

BASEBALL

College, UCLA at California

2 p.m.

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BASKETBALL

Men's College, Atlantic10Tournament, Final Men's College, ACC Tournament, Final Men's College, SunBeltTournament, Final Women's College, Horizon LeagueTournament, Final Men's College, SEC Tournament, Final Women'sCollege,NECTournament, Final: Robert Morris vs. St. Francis (Pa.j NBA, Houston at Miami Men's College, BigTenTournament, Final NBA, GoldenState at Portland

1 0 a.m. CB S 10 a.m. E S PN 10 a.m. ESPN2 10 a.m. ESPNU n oon ESP N noon E S PNU 12:30 p.m. ABC 12:30 p.m. CBS 6 p.m. BlazerNet, 1110 AM, 100.1 FM

GOLF

PGA Tour,Valspar Championship PGA Tour,Valspar Championship Champions Tour: ToshibaClassic HOCKEY NHL, Philadelphia at Pittsburgh NHL, Detroit at Chicago

1 0 a.m. Go l f noon NBC, Golf 4 p.m. Golf 9 a.m. NBC 4:30 p.m. NBCSN

OLYMPICS

2014 Paralympic Winter Games, Closing Ceremony SOCCER EPL, Manchester United vs. Liverpool EPL, TottenhamHotspur vs. Arsenal MLS, Chicago at Portland

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TENNIS

noon

BNP Pari basOpen,men'sandwomen'sfinals

Down Under Continued from C1 Deeble manages the "Southern Thunder" Australian all-star team that will face the Dodgers on Thurs-

day and the Diamondbacks the following dayahead of Major League Baseballregular-season games between the Dodgers and Diamondbacks on March 22 and 23 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He says having "the best in the world" in Australia will t r a nslate i nt o m u ch-needed

exposure. "It will help the Australian Base-

ball League, kids who play the game,

Cham pions ToLII'

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Vaispar Championship Friday At Innisbrook ResortandGolf Club, CopperheadCourse PaIm Harbor, Fla. Purse. 35.7 mrlhon Yardage: 7,340;Par:71 SecondRound 69-66—135 RobertGarrigns 70-68—138 KevinNa Pat Perez 68-71—139 71-68—139 JnstinRose 69-70—139 MatteoManassero Matt Every 68-71—139 ScottLangley 71-69—140 Jim Furyk 71-69—140 JohnMerrick 70-70—140 68-72—140 GregChalmers LukeGuthrie 70-70—140 Tommy Gainey 69-72—141 Carl Pettersson 71-70—141 Michae lThompson 72-69—141 FreddieJacobson 70-71—141 DavidHearn 71-70—141 Charles Howell III 71-70—141 HarrisEnglish 72-69—141 JordanSpieth 71-70—141 BrianHarm an 71-70—141 MichaelPutnam 69-72—141 RickyBarnes 70-72—142 NicolasColsaerts 69-73—142 Bill Haas 69-73—142 Charl eyHoff man 70-72—142 KenDuke 71-71—142 KevinStreelman 73-69—142 Justin Leona rd 71-71—142 RorySabbatini 70-72 — 142 Woody Austin 71-71—142 BenCrane 70-72—142 StephenAmes 72-70—142 JasonKokrak 74-68—142 Eric Axley 72-70—142 James Hahn 69-74—143 JamesDriscoll 73-70—143 Will MacKen zie 73-70—143 JonathanByrd 70-73—143 MorganHoffmann 74-69—143 JohnSenden 72-71—143 GrahamDeLaet 75-68—143 JoshTeater 73-70—143 GaryWoodland 72-71—143 LukeDonald 71-72—143 RusselKnox l 70-73—143 JohnMallinger 71-73—144 PaulGoydos 75-69—144 72-72—144 K.J. Choi Matt Kuchar 73-71—144 TedPotter,Jr. 73-71 — 144 70-74 — 144 BenCurtis 71-73—144 StuartAppleby 73-71—144 MarkCalcavecchia 74-70—144 D.H.Lee 76-68 — 144 JerryKelly 73-71 — 144 ChadCollins 75-69—144 MarcLeishman 74-70—144 DavisLoveIII 73-71 — 144 RobertAllenby 73-71 — 144 George McNeil 75-69—144 BrianGa y 73-71—144 SeanO'Hair 72-72 — 144 Jnstin Hicks 73-72 — 145 DavidLingmerth 75-70—145 PadraigHarrington 71-74—145 JasonBohn 70-75—145 Brendon Todd 72-73—145 JasonDufner 72-73—145 BrandtSnedeker Sang-MoonBae 72-73—145 71-74—145 DarrenClarke 73-72—145 RyoIshikawa 73-72—145 Tim Herron 76-69—145 NicholasThompson

PeterHanson

J.B. Holmes Cameron Tringale ChessonHadley BooWeekley Tim Clark Y.E.Yang RetiefGoosen DanielSummerhays Erik Comp ton 72-73—145 Failed to qualify WilliamMcGirt ScottBrown ErnieEls Bo VanPelt BrinyBaird WesRoach KevinKisner AndresRomero JonasBlixt MikeWeir CamiloViffegas WebbSimpson LncasGlover D.A. Points GeoffOgilvy BryceMolder BrendondeJonge DannyLee MaxHom a

JasonGore PaulCasey LouisOosthuizen J.J. Henry JohnHuh StewartCink Steven Bowditch MartmFlores Branden Grace BrooksKoepka RodPerry BrianStuard Vijay Singh MarkWilson JohnRollins KevinChappel ScottStallings RichardH.Lee Billy HurleyIII PeterUihlein Spencer Levin AaronBaddeley AngelCab rera Roberto Castro DavidTom s DerekErnst MarkBlakefield BenMartin Jeff Overton KyleStanley ThorbjornOlesen Johnson Wagner DavidLynn MichaelHebert BrianDavis CharlieWi JohnPeterson CharlieBeljan Jim Renn er JohnDaly

and that will convert hopefully into registrations," Deeble, who is a Pacif-

75-70—145 71-74—145 74-71—145 75-70—145 74-71—145 73-72—145 73-72 — 145 72-73—145 77-68—145

74-72 — 146 77-69—146 72-74—146 72-74—146 71-75—146 73-73—146 70-76—146 75-71—146 75-71—146 72-74—146 75-71—146 72-75—147 75-72—147 77-70—147 74-73—147 73-74—147 73-74—147 68-79—147 72-75—147 74-73—147 72-75—147 73-74—147 73-74—147 73-74—147 74-73—147 73-74—147 75-72—147 74-73—147 71-76—147 76-71—147 74-74—148 73-75—148 76-72—148 73-75—148 74-75—149 72-77—149 72-77—149 76-73—149 70-79—149 72-77—149 73-76—149 72-77—149 75-74—149 75-75—150 77-73—150 72-78—150 78-72—150 77-74—151 73-78—151 77-74—151 75-76—151 72-79—151 76-75—151 73-79—152 74-79—153 74-79—153 74-79—153 76-80—156 74-90—164

ToshibaClassic Friday At Newpo rl BeachCountry Club NewporlBeach, Calif. Purse: 31.75 million Yardage:6,684; Par 71(36-36) First Round 31-32—63 BernhardLanger ChienSoonLu 33-32—65 Jeff Hart 32-33—65 FredCouples 31-34—65 33-33—66 DuffyWaldorf Scott Simpson 34-32—66 MichaelAllen 33-33—66 Kirk Triplett 32-34—66 31-35—66 KennyPerry 35-32—67 Bill Glasson MarkBrooks 33-34—67 Colin Montgom erie 33-34—67 35-32—67 FredFunk 35-32—67 Esteban Toledo Kohkildoki 34-33—67 TomByrum 32-36 — 68 Jim Carter 34-34—68 32-36 — 68 JoeySindelar StevePate 33-35—68 Jay Don Blake 35-33—68 Jay Haa s 34-34—68 34-34—68 WdffeWood 32-36—68 ScottDunlap MikeGoodes 35-34—69 BruceFleisher 34-35—69 34-35—69 BobbyWadkins 37-32—69 Tommy Armour III Hale Irwin 36-33—69 Bart Bryant 34-35—69 37-32—69 TomPerniceJr. 35-34—69 LorenRoberts DanForsm an 36-33—69 BradFaxon 37-32—69 CoreyPavin 34-35—69 36-33—69 Scott Hoch 35-35—70 Jim Gallagher,Jr. JohnJacobs 37-33—70 JoseCoceres 36-34—70 35-35—70 WesShort,Jr. 35-35—70 Chip Beck SteveLowery 37-33—70 PeterSenior 35-35—70 TomPurtzer 34-36—70 34-36—70 BobTway RickFehr 36-34—70 BrianHenninger 37-33—70 RodSpittle 33-37—70 35-35—70 MarkMcNulty 35-35—70 MikeReid RogerChapman 37-33—70 RussCochran 35-35—70 36-34—70 Olin Browne 34-36—70 PH. Horganll JohnRiegger 36-34—70 MorrisHatalsky 36-35—71 BenCrenshaw 35-36—71 36-35—71 MarkWiebe RoccoMediate 36-35—71 MarkO'Meara 34-37—71 TomWatson 34-37—71 34-38—72 DanaQuigley 37-35—72 GeneSauers AndrewMagee 37-35—72 Billy Andrade 36-36—72 35-37—72 Gil Morgan 38-34—72 CraigStadler DavidFrost 37-35—72 Sandy Lyle 37-35—72 36-37—73 D.A.Weibring 37-36—73 Jeff Slnman WayneLevi 37-37—74 Jim Thorpe 36-38—74 FuzzyZoeler 35-39—74 37-37—74 Hal Sutton DonPooley 37-38—75 GaryHallberg 38-37—75 Larry Mize 37-38—75 38-37—75 BobGilder 39-36—75 Joe Daley Curtis Strange 38-38—76 Jim Rutledge 41-37—78

TENNIS Professional BNPParibas Open Friday At The IndianWells TennisGarden Indian Wells, Calif. Purse: Men:$6.17million IMasters1006) Women:36.66 million (Premier) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Men Quarterfinals NovakDjokovic(2), Serbia,def.Julien Benneteau, France,6-1,6-3. John Isner(12),UnitedStates, def. Ernests Gulbis (20), Latvia7-6 , (4), 7-6(3). Women Semifinals SimonaHalep(6), Rom ania, vs. AgnieszkaRadwanska(2), Poland,9:30p.m. Li Na(1), China,vs.FlaviaPenneta (20),ltaly, (n)

BASEBALL Spring training Friday's Games Minnesota(ss)2, Baltimore2, tie Detroit12,Washington6 Minnesota(ss) 7,N.Y.Yankees3 Boston3,Toronto1 Atlanta6,TampaBay 1 Pittsburgh6, Philadelphia 5 St. Louis6, Houston 4 SanDiego4, LA. Angels2 KansasCity9, Oakland9,tie ChicagoCubs5,L.A. Dodgers4 SanFrancisco4,Colorado(ss) 0 Milwaukee 9,Arizona8, 10innings ChicagoWhite Sox2, Cleveland2, tie Miami1, N.Y. Mets0 Seattlevs.Colorado(ss) atScotsdale, Ariz.,9:40 p.m. Texas vs. CincinnatiatGoodyear, Ariz.,10:05 p.m.

HOCKEY NHL Friday's Games Detroit 2,Edmonton1, SO Calgary4, Dalas 3, SO SanJose4, N.Y.Islanders 3 Washington4,Vancouver 3 Florida 5,NewJersey3 Nashville 3,Chicago2 N.Y.Rangers 4,Wrnnipeg2 Anaheim 6, Colorado4 Saturday'sGames CarolinaatBoston,10a.m. Pittsburghat Philadelphia,1 p.m. Ottawaaf Montreal, 4p.m. NewJerseyatTampa Bay,4 p.m. Buffalo atN.Y.Islanders,4p.m. St. Louisat Nashvile, 5 p.m. Columbus at Minnesota,5 p.m. Calgaryat Phoenix, 7 p.m. Anahe> m atLosAngeles,7:30p.m. Sunday'sGames PhiladelphiaatPittsburgh, 9:30a.m. VancouveratFlorida,noon TorontoatWashington,noon Edmonton atCarolina,noon SanJoseat N.Y. Rangers, 1p.m. ColoradoatOttawa,2p.rn. Montrealat Buffalo,4 p.m. Detroit atChicago,4:30 p.m. DallasatWinnipeg, 5p.m.

Patrick Corbin on the mound for Arizona. The Dodgers' Hyun-Jin Ryu ic Rim scout for the Red Sox, told The is slated to start the second game Associated Press in a telephone inter- against the Diamondbacks' Trevor view. "It's also an opportunity for the CahilL players to see where they are really And while baseball does not have at, and something to ascribe to." the interest or participation level of The Dodgers and Diamondbacks other sports in Australia, it has lonarescheduledto arrive in Sydney on gevity. Next weekend's games will separate charters Tuesday. They will mark the 100th anniversary of an exhold workouts at the cricket ground hibition game played by the Chicago over the following two days before White Sox and the New York Giants the pair of exhibition games against at the Sydney Cricket Ground, won Team Australia. The opening series 5-4 by the White Sox before 10,000 figures to feature Clayton Kershaw's fans on Jan. 3, 1914. fourth consecutive opening-day start Brett Pickett, the chief executive of for the Dodgers next Saturday, with Baseball Australia, is taking a prag-

MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Sprint Cup-FoodCity 600Lineup After Fridayqualifying; race Sunday At Brislol MotorSpeedway Bristol, Tenn. Lap length: .633miles (Car numberin parentheses) 1. 11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota,129.991mph. 2. 2) BradKeselowski, Ford,129.965. 3. 20) MattKenseth, Toyota,129.073. 4. 22) Joey Logano, Ford,128.83. 5. 9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 128.727. 6. 24 JeffGordon,Chevrolet,128.245. 7. 18 KyleBusch,Toyota,128.159. 8. 16 GregBiffle, Ford,127.946. 9. 31 Ryan Newman, Chevrolet,127.801. 10. 5 KaseyKahne, Chevrolet,127.69. 11. 48 JimmiJo e hnson, Chevrolet,127.385. 12. 99 CarlEdwards,Ford,127.073. 13. 41 KurtBusch,Chevrolet,128.322. 14. 88 DaleEarnhardtJr., Chevrolet,128.271. 15. 15 ClintBowyer,Toyota,128.245. 16. 38 DavidGilhland,Ford,128.236. 17. 1) JamiM e cMurray,Chevrolet,128.168. 18. 26 ColeWhitt, Toyota,127.929. 19. 34 DavidRagan,Ford,127.903. 20. 42 KyleLarson,Chevrolet,127.792. 21. 17 RickyStenhouseJr., Ford,127.682. 22. 47 A JAllmendinner,Chevrolet,127.648. 23. 43 AricAlmirola,Ford,127.605. 24. 95 MichaelMcDowell, Ford,127.605. 25. 13 Casey Mears, Chevrolet,127.597. 26. 3) AustinDilon, Chevrolet,127.529. 27. 4KevinHarvick,Chevrolet,127.444. 28. 2I Paul Menard, Chevrolet,127.436. 29. 78 MartinTruexJr., Chevrolet,127.351. 30. 51 Justin AffgaieCh r, evrolet,127.343. 31. 40 Landon Cassil, Chevrolet,127.182. 32. 98 Josh Wise,Chevrolet,127.174. 33. 23 AlexBowman,Toyota,127.165. 34. 7) MichaelAnnett, Chevrolet, 126.896. 35. 36 Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet,126.645. 36. 10 Danica Patrick, Chevrolet,126.628. 37. 14 Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. 55 Brian Vickers,Toyota,0wner Points. 39. 32 TravisKvapil, Ford,Owner Points. 40. 83 Ryan Truex,Toyota,0wner Points. 41. 30 ParkerKligerman, Toyota,OwnerPoints. 42.66JoeNemechek,Toyota,OwnerPoints. 43. 33 Timmy Hil, Chevrolet, Owner Points. Failed to Qualify 44. (35)David Reutimann, Ford,126.62. 45. (77)DaveBlaney,Ford,125.166.

BASKETBALL Men's college Friday's Scores AmericanAthletic Conference Semifinals Louisville94,Houston65 Uconn 58,Cincinnati 56 Atlantic10 Conference Quarterlinals George Washington85,UMass77 SaintJoseph's70, Dayton 67 St. Bonaventure 71,Saint Louis68 VCU71, Richmond53

Atlantic CoastConference Quarlerlinals Duke63,Clemson62 NC State66, Syracuse63 Pittsburgh80,North Carolina 75 Virginia64,FloridaSt. 51 Big 12Conference Semifinals Baylor86,Texas69 lowaSt. 94,Kansas83 Big EastConference Semifinals Creighton86,Xavier 78 Providence 80, Seton Hall 74 Big SkyConference Semifinals NorthDakota79,PortlandSt.63 WeberSt.66, N.Colorado 63,OT Big TenConference Quarterlinals Michigan64,llinois 63 MichiganSt.67,Northwestern 51 OhioSt.71,Nebraska67 Wisconsin 83, Minnesota57 Big WestConference Semifinals Cal Poly61, UCIrvine 58 CSUNorthridge82, LongBeachSt. 77 ConferenceUSA Semifinals Louisiana Tech88,SouthernMiss. 70 Tulsa76,MiddleTennessee69 Mid-AmericanConference Semifinals Toled o59,E.Michigan44 W.Michigan64,Akron60,OT Mid-EasternAthletic Conference Semifinals Morgan St.79, CoppinSt. 64 NC Central68, NorfolkSt.45 Mountain WestConference Semifinals San DiegoSt.59, UNLV51 NewMexico70,BoiseSt.67 Pacific-12 Conference Semifinals Arizona63,Colorado 43 UCLA84,Stanford59 SoutheasternConference Quarlerlinals Florida72,Missouri 49 Georgi75, a Mississippi 73 Kentucky85, LSU67 Tennessee 59,South Carolina44 SouthlandConference Semifinals SamHoustonSt.69,TexasA&M-CC63 Stephen F.Austin 85, Northwestern St.78 SouthwesternAthletic Conference Semifinals PrairieView55, AlabamaA&M49 Texas Southern 73,AlabamaSt. 61 Sun BeltConference SecondRound Arkansas St.116, UALR114, 40T Weslern Athletic Conference Semifinals Idaho74, UtahValley 69 NewMexicoState69, CSUBakersfield 63

Women's college Friday's Scores Big SkyConference Semifinals Montana73, S.Utah69 NorthDakota78,IdahoSt.53 Big WestConference Semifinals CS Northridge 78,UCIrvine60 Cal Pol66, y Hawaii 52 Colonial Athletic Association Quarlerfinals Coll. ofCharleston70, Towson64 Delaware 63, Northeastern 61 Drexel60,Hofstra55 James Madison 69,UNCWilmington56 ConferenceUSA Semifinals Middl eTennessee64,FIU57 SouthernMiss. 84,UTEP70 HorizonLeague Semifinals Green Bay68, Ill.-chicago59 WrightSt.98,YoungstownSt.70

matic approach to what the upcoming series might provide. "There's no question it's going to be huge, but I'm not suggesting for one minute that the series will help

us overtake the AFL (Australian Football League) or National Rugby League," Pickett said. "These two

Mid-AmericanConference

Semifinals Akron85,Cent. Michigan69 Ball St.73,BowlingGreen55 Mid-EasternAthletic Conference Semifinals CoppinSt.57,NCAAT55 Hampton 65, SavannahSt. 49 Missouri ValleyConference

Quarlerlinals

Drake71, Evansvile 61 lllinois St.65,N.Iowa63 IndianaSt.61,Loyola ofChicago52 WichitaSt.71, Missouri St.53

MountainWestConference

Semifinals Color adoSt.95,Wyoming92,30T FresnoSt.82, Nevada71 SouthwesternAthletic Conference Semifinals PrairieView72,Southern U.43 TexasSouthern 79,JacksonSt.77, OT

Sun BeltConference

Semifinals Arkansas St. 59,TexasSt. 48 W.Kentucky66, UALR62 Western Athletic Conference Semifinals Idaho75,New Mexico St.65 Seattle84,CSBakersfield 79

SOCCER MLS Saturday'sGames ColoradoatNewYork,1 p.m. NewEnglandat Philadelphia,1 p.m. TorontoFCat Seattle FC,1;30p.m. Montrealat Houston, 5:30p.m. FC DallasatSporting KansasCity, 5:30p.m. Real SaltLakeatSanJose,7:30p.m. Sunday'sGames ChicagoatPortland, noon Vancouverat ChivasUSA,4 p.m.

DEALS Transactions BASEBAL L

AmericanLeague BALTI MOREORIOLES— OptionedRHPDylanBnn-

dy toBowie(EL). CHICAGOWHITESOX— OptionedLHPFrankDe LosSantos,RHPNestor Molina andINFCarlos Sanchez to Charlotte (IL). KANSASCITY ROYALS — Optioned LHPJustin Marks toOmaha(PCL). AssignedLHPScott Alexander and LHPEverett Teaford to their minorleaguecamp. Signe dRHPBrettTomkoandRHPRamonTroncosoto minorleaguecontracts. LOSANGELESANGELS— ReassginedLHPRobert Carson,18C.J. Cron,CAndersonDe LaRosa, 28 TaylorLindseyandSSShawn O'Maley to their minor league camp. MINNES OTATWINS— Agreed to termswith LHP GlenPerkinsonafour-year contract. SEATTLE MARINERS— OptionedCJesusMontero, OFXavierAveryandOFJamesJonestoTacoma(PCL). ReassignedINFChris Taylortotheir minorleaguecamp. National League ATLANTABRAVES — Optioned RHP Aaron Northcraft,LHPCarlos PerezandRHPWirfinObispotoGwinnett (IL).ReassignedLHPDaniel Rodriguez; RHPsJ.R. Graham,JasonHursh,MarkLamm,Lay Batista, Shae Simmons, Cody MartinandYnnesky Maya;CsMatt Kenne lly,BraedenSchlehuber,JoseYepez;INFsMark Hamilton,Edward Salcedoand OFMatt Lipkato their minorleaguecamp. CHICAG OCUBS—OptionedINFArismendyAlcantara,INFLoganWatkins,OFMatt SzczurandRHPDallas Beeler tolowa(PCL) and OFJorgeSoler toTennessee (SL).AssignedRHPMarcusHatley,RH PCarlos Pimentel, LHP Eric Jokisch, INFKris Bryant, INFJeudyValdez and OF Albert Almorato their minorleaguecamp.Granted OF AaronCunninghamhisrelease. COLORADOROCKIE S— ReassignedLHPChristian Friedrich,INFCristhianAdames, INFKyle Parker and OFKentMatthestotheir minorleaguecamp. PHILADE LPHIA PHILLIES — Released C Louis Marson .OptionedLHPJeremyHorst,CTommyJoseph, OF TysonGilies andOFZach Colier to their minor league camp. ReassignedLHPCesarJimenez, RHPKen Giles,INFAndresBlancoand CSebastianVale totheir minorleaguecamp. PITTSB URGH PIRATES — Optioned OFGregory Polanco andRHPDukeWelker to Indianapolis (IL). ST.LOUIS CARDINALS— ReassignedRHPSam Gaviglio totheir minor leaguecamp. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MIAMIHEA T—SignedCJustin Hamilton. Released GDeAndreKigginsfromhis10-daycontract. MILWAU KEEBUCKS—Signed FChris Wrightto a10-daycontract, PHILADEPLHIA76ERS— SignedGDariusJohnson-Odom to a10-daycontract. FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMOR ERAVENS—Agreed to termsLBDaryl Smithon afour-yearcontract. SignedWRSteveSmithto athree-yearcontract. CAROLINA PANTHERS—Signed TEMikeMcNeil to a two-year contract. CHICAGO BEARS — Agreed to termswith CB CharlesTilmanonaone-yearcontract. CINCINN ATI BENGALS — Signed coach Marvin Lewis to aone-yearcontractextension, throughthe 2015season. DETROILIO T NS—Re-signedTEBrandonPettigrew to a four-year contract. GREENBAYPACKERS— Re-signedDTB. J.Raji. INDIANA POLISCOLTS—Agreedtotermswith WR HakeemNicks. KANSASCITYCHIEFS— SignedLBFrankZombo and DT VanceWalker. MIAMI DOLPHINS— SignedCBCort landFinnegan and G ShelleySmith. MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Re-signed WR Jerome Simpson.SignedCBDerekCox. NEW ORLEANSSAINTS—Agreedtotermswith LB Ramon Humberonaone-yearcontract. NEWYORKGIANTS— Re-signedLBJonBeason. SignedLBJameelMcclain. OAKLANDRAIDERS— SignedCBTarellBrownand DL AnotnioSmith. PITTSBURGHSTEELERS— SignedDTCam Thomas to tawo-yearcontract. SANFRANCISC049ERS—Signed CBChris Cook to a one-year deal. TAMPA BAYBUCCANEERS—Agreedtotermswith CEvanDietrich-Smith. TENNE SSEETITANS— Agreed to termswith LB WesleyWoodyardonamultiyear contract. WASHINGTONREDSKINS — Signed DE Jason Hatcher,LBDarryl Sharpton andKJake Rogers. Released CWil Montgomery. HOCKEY National HockeyLeague COLUMBUSBLUEJACKETS— ActivatedDFedor Tyutin offinjured reserve.ReassignedDCodyGoloubef to Springfiel(AH d L). DALLAS STARS—RecalledFTravis Morin andF ChrisMuellerfromTexas(AHL). OTTAW ASENATORS—RecalledGNathanLawson from Binghamton (AHL). COLLEGE JACKSO NVILLE—Announced it wil notrenewthe contractofmen'sbasketball coachCliff Warren. MARSHALL — Announcedtheresignationofmen' s basketbalcoach l TomHerrion SOUTHFLORIDA— Firedmen' sbasketballcoach StanHeath.

Australian players under contract

this season with major league organizations, and that there is a good chance four or five of them might be in the majors when the season starts

— Grant Balfour (Tampa Bay), Peter Moylan (Houston) and Ryan Rowland-Smith (Diamondbacks) among

games will not be a panacea for all them. things baseball. But it will provide a Pickett said with less than two level of exposure for the sport we have weeks to go, only about 1,000 ticknever been able to achieve previously. ets remained for the Saturday night If nothing else, it will put the sport into

game in the 38,500-seat stadium, and

the minds of some of the sportingpublic, who, sadly, don't even know we play baseball in this country." Pickett says there are about 60

evenfewer were availableforSunday afternoon. The platinum and second-best gold seats were the first to

sell out.


SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014 • THE BULLETIN

SPORTS IN BRIEF

C3

NBA ROUNDUP

BASEBALL

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Wetzler shinesfor Beavers in Pac-12opener —Benwetzler took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and Michael Conforto belted a solo home run to leadOregon State to a 6-1 victory over Utah in the Pac-12Conference opener for both teams Friday night at Smith's Ballpark in Salt LakeCity. Wetzler picked upthewin and improved to 3-0 for the season asthe Beavers hiked their overalll record to16-3. Utah dropped to 8-8. Thethree-game series resumestoday at noon.

eas

The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — Port-

land was trailing by three points with under five min-

Ducks drop Pac-12 opener to USC — Oregon mounteda

utes left in the game and Da-

late rally in both the eighth andninth innings but left the tying run in scoring position both times in a3-2 loss to USCin the Pac-12Conference opener for both teamsFriday night. The Ducks,who fell to 12-5 overall, scored a run inthe eighth on aKyle Garlick two-out single to pull within a run, but freshmanA.J. Balta struck out with two runners on to end thethreat. Oregon put two runners on inthe bottom of the ninth before Austin Grebeckground out. The Ducks resumethe series today at 2 p.m.

mian Lillard was determined to keep the Trail Blazers' los-

ing streak from reaching five games. Lillard nailed a 3 - p ointer from the corner to tie the

game and give Portland the momentum it needed to snap

its four-game skid with a

OLYMPICS

111-103 victory over the New

Backstrom toget silver medal despite drugtestSwedish hockey star Nicklas Backstrom will receive anOlympic silver medal despite his positive drug test in Sochi. TheIOCsaid Friday that its provisional suspension of Backstrom — imposed hours before the Feb. 23 final against Canada —was "fully justified." But the IOC says there was nointention to improve performance and "the athlete should be entitled to receive the silver medal anddiploma awarded for men's ice hockey." TheIOCsays Backstrom conceded at a hearing before the final that he hadalso taken medication containing pseudoephedrine earlier that day. — Staffand wire reports

Orleans Pelicans on Friday night. Lillard finished with 27 points, Nicolas Batum add-

ed 22 and Wesley Matthews had 20 for the Trail Blazers,

w ho played without A l l Star LaMarcus Aldridge. He was sitting out with a back contusion.

Anthony Davis scored a career-high 36 points for New Orleans and Brian Roberts

added 19. Tyreke Evans and Eric Gordon added 16 apiece after both missed one game because of illness.

NHL ROUNDUP

Hat trick leadsRangers The Associated Press

RISE, Fla.— Scottie Upshall

scored the go-ahead goal in Henrik Lundqvist stopped the third for New Jersey. 30 shots to tie the Rangers' Red Wings 2, Oilers 1: WINNIPEG, Manitoba-

record for career wins, and

Swedish countryman Carl Hagelin scored three goals

DETROIT — Tomas Tatar scored on D e t roit's t h ird shootout attempt, and Jim-

my Howard stopped all tory over the Winnipeg Jets three Edmonton attempts. on Friday night. Predators 3, Blackhawks In other games Friday: 2: CHICAGO — Roman Josi Sharks 4, Islanders 3: had three assists, Ryan Ellis UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Matt scored in the third period, to lift New York to a 4-2 vic-

Portland trailed 94-89 with 7:30 to go in the fourth quar-

ter when Lillard scored the game's next seven points, and

his jumper with 4 minutes, 15 seconds left gave the Trail Blazers the lead for good at

96-94. "Up to that point I hadn't

been able to get it going the entire game," Lillard said. "Coach Stotts just kept deciding to put me in ball screens and in situations where I could attack; especially late in the game. My shot started to falL

Scott Threlkeld /The Associated Press

Portland guard Damian Lillard shoots over New Orleans guard Brian Roberts in the first half Friday in New Orleans. Lillard had 27 points to lead the Trail Blazers to a111-103 win over the Pelicans.

Nieto and J ason D emers

and Nashville won its third

I was able to make some plays and get it going a little bit." Wrapping up a five-game road trip, Portland opened for good in the fourth quarter,

scored first-period goals

straight. Flames 4, Stars 3: DAL-

the game on a 10-2 run. From there it became a back-and-

straight. Capitals 4, Canucks 3:

LAS — M ik e Cammalleri

forth affair that featured 18

scored two goals, Corban

lead changes with no team

WASHINGTON —

M ik e

Knight netted the w i nner

G reen scored t h e g o ahead goal in th e t hird period, Alex Ovechkin also scored, and Evgeny Kuznetsov had three assists for his first NHL points for Washington. Devils 5, Panthers 3:SUN-

in a shootout, and Calgary erased a two-goal deficit in the third period. Ducks 6, Avalanche 4:

ever having a double-digit advantage. Davis' alley-oop "Then we finally were able to

as San Jose won its fifth

DENVER — Kyle Palmieri

scored two goals in 47 seconds, and Anaheim netted

six in the second period.

NFL FREE AGENCY

WR Smithsignswith Ravens By David Ginsburg The Associated Press

Steve Smith is eager to continue his NFL career in Baltimore, where he's just a

need to wear goggles because there will "blood and guts everywhere" on the field when he plays the Panthers. Chicago agreed to a one-

dunk with under 3 seconds to

scored 25 points and David

had 12 of his 21 points in the

West had 18 to help Indiana crucial to his team's postsea- send the Philadelphia to its son hopes. 19th straight loss. With a loss "I mean we had lost four to Memphis today, the Sixers games in a row," he said. cantiethefranchiserecord for

fourth quarter and overtime,

consecutive defeats in a single

TORONTO — Jonas Valan-

season. Nuggets 111, Heat 107:MI-

ciunas scored a season-high 23 points, Kyle Lowry had 22

AMI — Kenneth Faried scored 24 points, Darrell Arthur led a

points and 12 assists against

LAKE CITY — Blake Griffin

rebounds in Charlotte's eighth

had 20 points and Chris Paul

straight victory at home.

Lillard said the victory was

close a team out in the fourth

go in the half gave the Pelicans quarter and come away with a 55-53 lead at the break. the victory. It wa s a g r eat "A much-needed win need- feeling." less to say," Stotts said. "I was New Orleans coach Monty proud of theway we competed Williams wasn't surprised by and kept focused.... Every- Lillard's performance. "You know what he's capabody that was on the floor tonight really had an impact on ble of doing," he said. "Some the game." of the stuff is un-guardable The game was tiedat 75 like the last 3-pointer he made. with 3:36 to go in the third Our guys know that when he's quarter when th e P elicans going left late game, you know went on a 6-0 run to grab an he's going to raise up. We just 81-75 lead. They stayed in didn't execute that well. We've front until midway through played against him a number the final quarter, when Lillard of times the past two years scored 16 points to lead Port- so you've got to know what to land to victory. expect." Emotional throughout the In other games Friday: game, particularly after his Pacers 101, 76ers 94:PHILjumper gave Portland the lead ADELPHIA — Paul George

Trevor Ariza added 21 points and 11 rebounds overall to

lead Washington. Raptors 99, Grizzlies 86:

his former team and Toronbig effort from Denver's bench to won for the 11th time in 14 with 18, and the Nuggets games. handed Miami its fifth loss in Bobcats 105, Timberwolves six games. 93: CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Al Clippers 96, Jazz 87:SALT Jefferson had 25 points and 16 shook off a sprained ankle to

Suns 87, Celtics80: BOS-

score 18 points and extended TON — Goran Dragic scored Los Angeles' winning streak 20 points a n d P h oenix to 10.

Spurs 119, Lakers 85: SAN ANTONIO — Danny Green had 15 points and the San Antonio Spurs won their ninth

scored the last seven to beat

cold-shooting Boston. Cavaliers 103, Warriors 94: OAKLAND, Calif. — Spencer Hawes had 22 points and 13

straight. rebounds to help Cleveland Wizards 105, Magic 101: OR- erase an 18-point f i rst-half LANDO, Fla. — John Wall

deficit.

short flight from his perma- y ear contract w i t h nent home in Charlotte.

The longtime Panthers standout wide receiver didn't waste time finding a n ew

home, signinga three-year

twotime Pro Bowl cornerback Charles Tillman. T i llman,

33, is coming off a season limited to eight games because of a torn right triceps.

NBA SCOREBOARD

contract with t h e R avens Eight-year veteran cornerabout 24 hours after being back and rookie negotiator

Standings

released by Carolina. The Ravens announced the signing of the 34-year-old

Cortland Finnegan found a

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new home in Miami after an

EaslernConference

Smith on Friday.

Rams.

Smith was released by the Panthers after 13 seasons.

The Ravens will play the Panthers in 2014 in Baltim ore, something Smith i s

clearly looking to forward to. He told Charlotte-based radio station WFNZ-AM on

Wednesday that fans will

injury-plagued 2013 with the The Dolphins added former Rams guard Shelley Smith with a $5.5 million, two-year contract.

Green Bay re-signed defensive tackle B.J. Raji to anchor their defensive line.

He started all 16 games last season.

GOLF ROUNDUP

GarrigUSbuildS 3-Stroke lead The Associated Press PALM HARBOR, Fla.

-

Robert Garrigus can't recall a better performance going into the weekend. And his golfhas been pretty good, too. Garrigus spent most of the

gest hitters in golf, has made birdie on all of the par 5s both rounds. That has con-

tributed mightily to being at 7-under 135, three shots clear of Kevin Na going into a weekend with a Masters spot potentially up for grabs.

practice days fishing in the lakes of Innisbrook, catchIn other action Friday: ing nearly three dozen bass. Langer takes Champions As for his day job, he bagged lead: NEWPORT BEACH, 10 birdies over two days and Calif. — Bernhard Langer delivered the best score of the tournament, a 5-under

birdied three of the last four

holes for an 8-under 63 and a 66 on Friday, to build a three- two-stroke lead in the Chamshot lead i n

t h e V a lspar pions Tour's Toshiba Classic.

Championship. His only other PGA Tour

Canizares mantains lead in Morocco: AGADIR, Movictory was a little more than rocco — Spain's Alejandro an hour away at Disney, and Canizares shot a 4-under 68 Garrigus offered a simple to maintain a one-stroke lead explanation.

"It's the fishing," he said. Garrigus, one of the lon-

after the second round of

the European Tour's Trophy Hassan II.

x-Indiana x-Miami d-Toronto Chicago Brooklyn Washington Charlotte Atlanta NewYork Cleveland Detroit Boston Orlando Philadelphia Milwaukee

WesternConference

d-SanAntonio d-Oklahoma Cit y d-LA. Clippers Houston Portland GoldenState Dallas Memphis Phoenix Minnesota Denver NewOrleans

Sacrame nto

Utah LA. Lakers

W L 48 17 44 19 37 27 36 29 33 30 34 31 32 34 28 35 26 40 26 4II 25 40 22 44 19 48 15 50 13 52

Summaries Friday's Games Pct GB .738 .69II 3 .578 ItP/2 .554 12

.524 14 .523 14 485 16'A .444 19 .394 22'/2

.394 22'A .385 23 .333 26'/~ .284 30 .231 33 .200 35

Pct GB .754 48 17 .738 I 47 20 .701 3 44 21 .677 5 43 23 .652 s'/2 41 26 .612 9 39 27 .591 10'/2 38 27 .585 u 37 28 .569 12 32 32 .500 IP/2 29 36 .446 20 26 39 .400 23 23 42 .354 26 22 44 .333 2P/2 22 44 .333 2PA W L 49 16

d-diyisionleader x-clinched playoffspot Friday's Games Washington105,Orlando101,OT Indiana101,Philadelphia94

Toront o99,Memphis86 charlotte105,Minnesota93 PhoenixII7, BostonIIO Denver01, Miami107 Portland111,NewOrleans103 SanAntoni0119, LA.Lakers85 LA. Clippers96,UtahII7 cleveland103,Goldenstate94 Today'sGames Milwaukee at NewYork,9a.m. BrooklynatWashington, 4p.m. MemphisatPhiladelphia, 4:3II p.m. Indiana at Detroit,4;30 p.m. Denver at Atlanta, 4:30p.m. Sacramento atChicago,5 p.m. sunday'sGam es Charlotteat Milwaukee,10a.m. PhoenixatToronto, 10a.m. HoustonatMiami, 12:30p.m. Bostonat NewOrleans, 3 p.m. Sacrame ntoat Minnesota,4 p.m. Dallas atOklahomaCity, 4p.m. Utah atsanAntonio, 4 p.m. GoldenStateatPortland, 6p.m. Cleveland atLA. Clippers,6:3II p.m.

Trail Blazers111, Pelicafis103 PORTlAND (111) Batum8-162222, Wright483415,Lopez9-13 1-1 19, Lillard8-178-10 27,Matthews6-13 5 6 20, Barton1-70-02, Leonard0-00-00, Mccollum1-2 0-0 2,watson0-12-22, Robinson1-10-2z Totals 38-78 21-27 111.

NEWORLEANS(103)

Aminu4-4e-e8,Davis15-27e-636,Alinca0-2 0-00, Roberts8-142-219, Gordon6-152-416, Ev-

ans 7-122-216,Morrow1-81-13,Riyers0-34-44, Babbitt0-01-21, WIthe r0-00-00, MillerO-1 0-00. Totals 41-8618-21 103. Portland 29 24 27 31 — 111 Sew Orleans 26 2 9 26 22 — 103 3-Point Goal— s Portland 14-33 (Wright 4-6, Batum4-8, Matthews3-8, Lillard 3-8, Barton0-1, Mccollum 0-1, watson0-1), Neworleans3-11 (Gordon2-5, Roberts1-2, Miler 0-1, Morrow0-3). FouledOut—None. ReboInds — Portland47(Batum 18), New Orleans 47 (Davis 9). Assists—Portland 23 (Batum,Lilard 5), NewOrleans22 (Evans8). Total Fouls —portland 19,Neworleans 2z TechnicalsPortlandBench.A—16,913(17,188).

NIlggets111, Heat107 DENVER(111) Chandler2-8 1-16, Faried9-15 6-824, Mozgov 1-3 2-2 4,Lawson2-t 9-1013, Foye2-7 2-27, Hickson 5-91-2 11,Fournier6-140-Ij14, Arthur7-113-3 18, Miller2-31-15, Brooks3-5e-09. Totals 39-82 25-29111. MIAMI (107) James8-17 5-721, Batier 0-10-0 0, Bosh4-12 3-411, Chalmers7-110-016, WadeII-1II 3-519, Allen 7-93-322,Andersen6-7 2-214, Beasley2-4 0-04, Cole0-20-00,Oden0-00-00.Totals42-81 16-21 107. Denver 20 38 27 26 — 111 Miami 30 23 18 36 — 107

Suns 87, Celtics80 PHOENIX (87)

Tucker5-0 0-011, Frye1-9 2-2 4, plumlee2-2 1-2 5,Dragic8-151-220, Bledsoe6-12 5-617, Mark. Morris 6-132-215, G.Green2-9 0-04, Marc.Morris 1-41-1 3, Smith0-00-20, Goodwin1-30-02, Len 2-22-36. Totals 34-8014-2087.

BOSTON (80) J.Green2-144-49, Bass4-12 e-08, Humphries 5-81-211, Rondo 4-15e-0 8, Bayless1-42-25, Sullinger2-125-69, Bradley4-121-19, Johnson3-t 4-4 11,Olynyk4-80-0 8, pressey0-2 2-2z Totals 29-94 19-21 80.

Phoenix Boslon

29 17 18 23 — 87 22 22 16 20 — 80

Wizards105, Magic101 (OT)

Clippers 96, Jazz87

WASHIIIGTON (105) Ariza6-165-e21, Booker5-91-211, Gortat6-13 7-819, Wal7-18 l 3-521, Beal8-192-2 20,Webster

L.A. CLIPPERS I96) Barnes6-90-015, Griffin7-17e-e20,Jordan4-6 1-39, Paul8-122-318, collison5-152-414, Green 4-91-212,Granger0-40-00, Davis2-21-25, Turkoglu1-20-03. Totals37-7613-2096.

0-4 0-0 0,Harrington1-2 0-02, Gooden0-3e-0 0, Miller1-35 6 7,Seraphin23 0 II 4, Temple e 0ojj 0.Totals36-9023-29105. ORLAN00(101) Harkl ess3-50-06,0'Quinn3-5 0-0 6,vucevic 4-9 0-1 8,Nelson5-16 2-313, Afflalo 7-21 2-218, Nicholson 3-5e-0 6,Oladipo7-150-015, Harris 8-14 4-4 21,Moores-e e-08, Maxiel 0-1e-0 0. Totals 43-978-10101.

Washington 27 17 23 2018 — 105 Orlando 21 20 2521 14 —un

UTAH(87)

Jefferson6-121-1 14,Kanter 5-171-211, Favors 7-104-418, Burke 7-102-218, Hayward 2-81-2 7, Evans3-60-06,Burks4-121-210,Garrett1-20-03, Gobert 0 00-00.Totals35-7710-13 87. LA. Clippers 22 2 1 34 19 — 96 uiah 33 18 21 15 — 87

Spurs119, Lakers85

Raptors99, Grizzlies86 MEMPHIS (86) Prince2-80-04,Randolph7-132416, Gasol3-8 2-2 II, Conley4-122-210,Lee5-91-1 12,Koufos2-5 2-3 6, calathes 3-35-811, Miler1-41-24, Allen5-7 ee10, Leuer1-51-3 3, Udrih00 22 2, JJohnson e-0 0-00.Totals33-7418-27 86. TORONTO (99) Ross2-52-27, AJohnson610ee 12,valanciunas 0-151-2 23,Lowry6-146-722, DeRozan4-12 r-e 16, salmons 0-30-00, Hansbrough0-00-00, vasquez 6-11 2-317,Novak0-00-00, Hayes1-I 0-02, Stone 0-00-00, De Colo 0-00-00. Totals36-7118-2299. Memphis 24 20 23 19 — 86 Toronto 19 28 24 28 — 99

Pacers101, 76ers 94 INDIASA(101) George9-153-4 25,West8-13 2-4 18,Hibbert 2-50-04, G.Hi4-0 l 3-414,stephenson6-80-013, Allen 6-61-213,Turner1-40-02, Watson1-20-03, Scolaz-35-89. Totals39-6714-22101. PHILADEL PHIA(94) Thompson 35008, Young10 315625, Sims28 2-26, Carter-Wiliams 5-161-1 12,Anderson5-0 e e 11, Wroten1-46-6Ij, Varnado0-01-21, Wiliamse-e 1-1 8,Mullens6-90-015. Totals 35-9016-18 94. Indiana 27 25 26 23 — 101 Philadelphia 20 2 5 21 28 — 94

Bobcats105, Timberwolves93 MINNESOT A(93) Brewer3-64-610,Love7-172-418, pekovic4-0 0-08, Rubio1-64-46,Martin6-134-419, Cunningham5-Ij 0-010, Barea4-91-1 9, Muhammad2-30-0 4,MbahaMoute0-12-22,Budinger2-40-05,Dieng 1-30-02, Hummel 0-00-00, Shved0-1 0-00. Totals 35-8217-2193. CHARLO TTE(105) Kidd-Gilchrist 4-62-210, McRob erts 3-110-1 6, Jefferson 12-261-1 25,Walker3-120-27, Henderson 4-90210, Zeller5-80-010,Neal6-104419,Douglas-Roberts3-52-210, Ridnour3-3 0-06, Biyombo 1-1 e-0 ZTotals44-91 9-14105. Minnesota 33 20 22 18 — 93 charlotle 33 32 23 17 —105

L.A. UIKERS I85)

Johnson4-1II1-2 9, Kelly 2-II 2-2 6,GasolII-16 2-318, Marshal2-90-0 l 6,Meeks5-174-615, Baze-

more 394610, Henry1-7446, Farmar 39ee 7, sacre3-62-28. Totals 31-9119-2585. SANANT0NIQI119) Leonard 3-83-39, Duncan4-101-1 9, splitter1-4 1-23, Parker 3-40-07, Green5-110-015,Diaw3-3 0-II 6, Ginobili 3-eII-0 7, Belinelli 4-113-312, Joseph5-80-0u, Baynes6-0 0-012,Bonner5-90-0 13, Mills 2-70-05, Ayres4-6 2-41rj. Totals 48-98 10-13 119. LA. Lakers 14 20 26 25 — 85 San Antonio 29 3 2 28 30 — 119

Cavaliers103, Warriors 94 CLEVELAN O(103) Deng6-10 2-416, TThompson1-7 2-24, Hawes 8-185-622, Irving6-121-216, Jack4-51-1 9,Waiters 8-170-018, Dellavedova2-40-0 6, Vareiao 2-4 1-25, Zeller3-51-1 7.Totals 40-8213-18103. GOLDEN STATE(94) Iguodala3-62-211,Lee7-162-216, Bogut2-40-0 4, Curry8-176-727, Barnes3-80-46, Blake1-40-0 2, Green 7-122-2 1II, O'Neal 2-3e-e4, Crawford2-6 0-05, Speights 0-11-21. Totals 35-7713-19 94. Cleveland 16 36 32 19 — 103 GoldenState 32 21 18 23 — 94

Leaders ThroughThursday's Games Scoring Durant,QK C Anthony,NYK James,MIA Love,MIN

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George,IND Irving,CLE Nowilzki,DAL Jefferson,CHA

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TH E BULLETIN• SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014

MEN'SCOLLEGE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

Arizona, U LA to meet in Pac-12 Tournament ina The Associated Press LAS VEGAS —

San Diego State in the semifinals N i c k J ohnson

of the Mountain West Conference tournament.

scored 16 points, Rondae Hollis-Jef-

o lina 75: GREENSBORO, N.C Talib Zanna had 19 points and a

career-high 21 rebounds to lead No.16 lowa State 94, No.10 Kansas Pittsburgh to a wi n i n t h e A tlan83: KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Georges tic Coast Conference tournament Niang scored 25points before leaving quarterfinals. with a bloody gash to his forehead in St. Bonaventure 71, No. 18 Saint

ferson added 12 and Arizona ran away from tired Colorado in a dom-

inating second half to rout the Buffaloes 63-43 in the Pac-12 tournament semifinals Friday night T.J. McConnell added 12 points, five assists and four rebounds for the Wildcats. In other games Friday:

the closing minutes, and Iowa State

Louis 68: NEW YORK — Jordan

reached its first Big 12 tournament Gathers hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer, title game since 2000. and St. Bonaventure stunned Saint N.C. State 66, No. 11 Syracuse 63: Louis in the quarterfinals of the At-

UCLA 84, Stanford 59: LAS VE-

GREENSBORO, N.C. — T.J. Warren

lantic 10 tournament.

GAS — Norman Powell scored 22

scored 28 points while Ralston Turner banked in the go-ahead 3-point-

67: LAS VEGAS — Cameron Bair-

points, Travis Wear added 16 and UCLA advanced to the Pac-12 tournament final.

er with 2:28 left for North Carolina State in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals.

No. 1 Florida 72, Missouri 49: AT15 points as Florida remained unbeaten in the Southeastern Conference.

No. 5 Louisville 94, Houston 65: MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Russ Smith

scored a career-high 42 points and Louisville cruised in the semifinals

of the inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament.

No. 6 Virginia 64, Florida State 51: Julie Jacobson/The Associated Press Joe Harrismatched a season high Arizona's Nick Johnson, top, and Aaron Gordon celebrate after Johnson hit a 3-pointer in the first half of the Wildcats' 63-43 win Friday in the Pac-12 semifinals.

quarterfinal. No. 7 Duke 63, Clemson 62: GREENSBORO, N.C. — Rodney

No. 8 Michigan 64, Illinois 63: IN-

Hood hit two free throws with 3.8 seconds left to lift Duke in the Atlan-

DIANAPOLIS — J ordan M organ scored on a layup with 7.9 seconds

tic Coast Conference quarterfinals

left to send Michigan to the semifi-

Lava Bears

hara contributed 16 points and four rebounds. Continued from C1 From the opening tip, the "It just happens," the first- Bowmen seized control, scoryear Lava Bears coach said. ing 11 unanswered points "It wasn't a lack of energy. The right out of the gate and holdball just didn't fall for us." ing the Lava Bears scoreless The seventh-seeded Lava until a Steffan Kearsley layup Bears made just one of their with 1 minute, 15 seconds left nine shots from the field in the in the first quarter. first quarter and committed Sherwood only extended its five turnovers, allowing the advantage from there, sending No. 6 Bowmen to race to an Bend to a second straight loss 11-2 lead.

of more than 20 points and

Bend shot just 30.8 percent advancing to the fourth-place from the floor for the game, game against Wilsonville this a stark difference from Sher- morning. w ood's 23-of-40 mark — a healthy 57.5 percent.

"I told the boys in the lock-

for Bend, which was held to a

end of the first half, just the

season-low 36 points. "It's always rough," Beaumarchais said ofthe season-ending defeat. "Every

Lava Bears' fifth field goal of the game. Bend shot 5 of 16

er room that they can't let "We had alot of good looks," this week negate all the good Baker said. "But the ball just things they did this year," Bakdidn't fall. The kids worked er said. "We talked about settheir tails off, and some days ting goals, and we achieved it doesn't work. Today was just all of our goals except for one one of those days." (winning the Intermountain Beaumarchais paced the Conference championship). Lava Bears (17-9) with eight I'm very proud of the boys." points. Connor Scott had five Game notes: Bend's Wyatt points and two rebounds, and Beaumarchais drilled a buzzJ.J. Spitler added five points er-beating 3-pointer at the

from the field in the first half

(compared with Sherwood's

time you come down here, 14-of-21 clip) and had nine you want to perform well and turnovers. ... S h erwood's

win. That's everyone's goal when you come to the state

tournament. Coming up short is always a real bummer. It's tough, especially on the seniors." Lucas Johnson led Sherwood (21-5) with 21 points, and teammate JordanKura-

impressive shooting performance was a product of its insidedominance. The Bowmen

powered their way to 36 points in the paint and held the Lava Bears to just eight points down low. — Reporter: 541-383-0307, glucas@bendbulletitt.com..

PREP SCOREBOARD Boys basketball Friday's Summary Sherwood59, Bend34 BEND(17-9) wyatt Beaum archais 3-7e-0 8,JJ. Spitler 1-62-2 5, Connor Scott 231-2 5, SteffanKearsley 25 004, Jaylin Robinson1-62-24, Jacob Parsons1-41-23, BryanHolliday1-2 0-03, cole Harmeson1-40-0 2, ChristianJohnson0-10-0 0, Peter Warinner 0-10-0 0. Totals12-39 6-834. SHERWOO D(21-5) LucasJohnson7-11 4-521, JordanKurahara7-0 2-216, Evan Kitto 3-6 2-29, BenMiligan 3-31-1 7, Keegan Lawrence1-4 0-02, Alex castaneda1-20-0 2, Cortland Hutchison1-2 0 02, JakeSather01 00 0,EvanThomson0-00-00,DavidMorris0-00-00, Adamvastiuez0-0 e-00,Tommypaul0-00-00. Totals 23-40 9-1059. Bend 2 15 11 6 — 34 Sherwood 11 22 10 16 — 59 3-point goals —Bend4-14 (Beaumarchais 2-4, Hollitjay 1-1, Spitler 1-4, Robinson0-4, Warinner 0-1j, Sherwood 4-12 (Johnson3-6, Kitto 1-3, Lawience 0-1,Castaneda0-1, Hutchison0-1I. Fouled out — None.Rebounds — Bend 18 (Robinson 6j, Sherwood26(Miligan 5, Kitto 5).Assists— Bend 4, Sherwood12 (Lawrence4j. Total fouls—Bend15, Sherwood10.Technical fouls—None. CLASS6A ChampionshipTournament At Moda Center, Porlland

Friday's Games Consolation Semifinals SouthMedfordn, CentralCatholic 60 Sunset60,Clackamas55 semistnals WestLinn65,Jesuit 46 Sheldon76, SouthSalen54 Today'sGames Fottrth/Sixlh Place SouthMedfordvs. Sunset, 10:45a.m. Third/Fifth Place Jesuitvs.SouthSalem,3:15p.m. Final West Linnvs.Sheldon,8:30p.m.

CLASS5A ChampionshipTournament At MatthewKnightArena, Eugene Friday's Games Consolation Semifinals Wilsonville52,Eagle Point 45 Sherwood 59, Bend34 semistnals Jefferson 53,West Albany47 Churchill 68,Madison50 Today'sGames Fottrth/Sixlh Place Wilsonvillevs.Sherwood,10:45a.m. Third/Fifth Place West Albanyvs.Madison,3;15p.m. Final Jefferson vs. Churchill, 8:30 p.m.

stow had 23 points and eight rebounds to lead New Mexico in the Mountain West Conference tourna-

No. 12 Wisconsin 83, Minnesota ment semifinals. 57: INDIANAPOLIS — Ben Brust No. 22 Michigan St. 67, Northwestscored a career-high 29 points and ern 51: INDIANAPOLIS — BranFrank Kaminsky had 12 rebounds to den Dawson had 16 points and lead Wisconsin in the Big Ten tourna- Gary Harris added 13 points to lead ment quarterfinals. Michigan State over in the Big Ten No. 21 UConn 58, No. 13 Cincinnati quarterfinals.

LANTA — Scottie Wilbekin scored

with 20 points for Virginia in an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament

No. 20New Mexico 70,Boise State

CLASS 4A

ChampionshipTournament At Gill coliseum,corvanis Friday's Games consolation semistttals NorthValley61, Henley55 CottageGrove48,Seaside44 Semifinals Philomath61, LaGrande52 La Salle49,Tilamook29

Today'sGames Fourlh/Sixlh Place NorthValleyvs. CotageGrove, 10:45a.m. Third/FifIt Place LaGrandevs.Tillamook,3n5p.m. Final Philomathvs. LaSalle, 8:30p.m.

56: MEMPHIS, Tenn.— Shabazz ¹ pier hit a free throw with 11.1 seconds left and Connecticut advanced to the

American Athletic Conference tournament final.

No. 14 Creighton 86, Xavier 78: NEW YORK — Doug McDermott scored 32 points and Creighton advanced to the Big East tournament

No. 23 VCU 71, Richmond 53: NEW YORK — Defensive ace Briante Weber scored 18 points in 18 minutes as VCU routed crosstown rival Richmond in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament.

No. 24 Ohio State 71, Nebraska 67: INDIANAPOLIS — LaQuinton Ross

nals of the Big Ten tournament. No. 8 San Diego State 59, UNLV 51: championship game in its first year

had 26 points and 13 rebounds as Ohio State rallied from an 18-point LAS VEGAS — Dwayne Polee II had in the conference. second-half deficit in the Big Ten 18 points and six rebounds to lead Pittsburgh 80, No. 15 North Car- tournament quarterfinals.

Prep lacrosse at aglance A look at the Central Oregonteams for the upcoming Oregon HighSchool Lacrosse Association season:

SUMMIT Coach: Jeff Melville (sixth season) 2013: Finished 8-0 in the High Desert Conference; 13-8 overall. Lost 9-8 in the first round of the state tournament to Lake Oswego. Outlook:With arguablythe best

BEND Coach: Joe Krewin (second season)

SISTERS Coach: Bill Rexford (ninth season)

MOUNTAINVIEW Coach: SteveTague (second season)

REDMQND Coach: Andrew Roy (first season)

RIDGEVIEW Coach: Jared Steele (first season) 2013:6-2 HDC, 12-7 2013:6-2 HDC, 9-11 2013:2-4 HDC, 4-7 2013:0-6 HDC, 0-9 2013:This is the first overall. Lost18-2 in overall. Won aplayoverall overall. season for the Rathe second round to in game but lost11-4 Outlook: The Couvens. Ridgeview will Outlook:This is the Jesuit. to Oregon Episcopal gars look to finish first season in which play a JVschedule in School in the first the HDC. Outlook:The Lava their season in the Redmond is not a Bears graduated13 round of the state top three in the HDC, combined teamwith Outlook: "We want tournament. seniors after last which would earn Ridgeview. ThePan- to make anamefor season andhavea Outlook:"We look them a play-in game thers have eight reourselves," Steele young team this year. lean and mean," for the state tourturning seniors and says."Eventhough team fielded to date If they continue to Rexford says. "We're nament. "I'm really hope to be success- we're just a JVproat Summit, Melville improve they should down on numbers excited about our ful against someof gram, we want to hopes to finish in the be successful in the this year, but we're incoming freshmen," the less established set a standard. The Oregon high school High Desert Confer- going to be the little Tague says. "This is teams in the High season is going well. LAX Power rankings ence. team that could this the first sason we've Desert Conference. We started out with a top10 and advance season." had a large group great group of guys, past the first round that have a lot of and our numbers are of state play. experience." good."

Lacrosse Continued from C1 "So we have 70 kids (in the program) this year, 22 varsity boys, and all of them are outstanding. And we have a very good coaching staff. Six coachesplayed in college.We have all the bases covered." While Bend finished behind the Storm in the 2013

conference standings, it advanced further than Summit in the state tournament. Bend

won 9-6 in its first playoff game against West Salem. before losing 18-2 in the second round against Jesuit of Portland. Summit lost 9-8 in over-

time to Lake Oswego in the first round.

The Lava Bears also fini shed ahead of Summit i n

the Oregon high school LAX Power rankings. Bend finished 14th in the rankings, Summit 17th.

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to his Lava Bear teammates.

"There are a couple of guys ter graduating 13 players last that are just really good and spring. "We've got a lot of young their game IQ has just really evolved. I'm really excited to guys that are going to have play with them." to step in and play right away Bend junior Cade Hinder- this season," Bend coach Joe lider said the Bears' main Krewin said. "They're good goal is to beat Summit this players, but not a lot of game season. experience. It's definitely a "We're improving a lot, new year and a new team. day by day," Hinderlider said. We're just focusing on getting "We're working hard every better every game." day toget betterfor,ofcourse,

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Summit, our biggest rival." hand, has eight seniors and Melville's for the Storm this strong junior and sophomore season is to advance further classes. "I'm looking forward to into the state championships and to finish in the top 10 in having the most fun season," the Oregon high school LAX Summit captain Cole Gaines Power rankings. said. "I also want to be a lit"We're knocking on the tle more competitive with the door," Melville said. "We teams in the Portland area. know how the ranking works I think as a team (going into now. We used to be pretty lib- overtime) at state was a big eral about playing time with confidence booster because it our varsity boys, and now we was such a close game all the have worked hard to select way through. Even though onlythe verybest players that we lost, it was like, 'Hey, we we think can win us a game." could compete with t h ese guys.'" The Lava Bears have a younger team this season afStorm captain Brendan

Kent believes this year's team niors and will play a varsity is the strongest he has seen in schedule. his four years. Mountain View was fifth "I think this is probably the in the High Desert last seabest team Summit lacrosse has ever fielded," Kent said.

"We have a really good senior class and a lot of talent from

son with a 2-4 record and 4-7

overall. Coach Steve Tague said this is the first time ever at Mountain View that all

underclassmen as well. As a the incoming freshmen have team we have a lot of attack-

ing. Our midfielders work well with our attackmen."

Sisters could step up to challenge Bend High and Summit. The Outlaws fin-

some experience in lacrosse. Summit kicks off its sea-

son this weekend with three games in B o ise, I daho. Bend will play its first game Wednesday against West

ished last season 6-2 in HDC Albany at 15th Street Field play — losing to both the Lava starting at 5 p.m. "I just want to play and Bears and the Storm — and 9-11 overall. Sisters coach Bill start getting into game situaRexford said the Outlaws are tions," Kent said. "We've been low on numbers with 33 play- playing against each other for ers, but with six returning se- two weeks now. And we have niors leading the way. a lot of good games this year. Redmond and Ridgeview It's probably the toughest high schools will have their schedule we've ever had — a own teams after fielding a lot of teams that are consiscombined team last year. The tently ranked high. I'm lookRavens are officially a junior ing forward to challenging varsity squad and will play some of the better teams." the JV teams in the HDC. The Panthers have eight se-

— Reporter: 541-383-0375, eoller@bendbulletin.com


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Mew name for an ex-Bend company Clear Catheter Systems Inc., a former Bend company, is changing its name to ClearFlow Inc., the companyannounced this week. ClearFlow, a medical device company now based in Anaheim, Calif., in a company news release stated the new name draws clearer focus to its role in helping clinicians eliminate surgical complications that result from drainage tubes with high failure rates. "Our mission is to develop highly effective devices andnew practices to proactively drain blood and fluids after surgery," said Paul Molloy, ClearFlow Inc. president andCEO.The companymoved toCalifornia in February. As Clear Catheter Systems, it won the top investment prize at the 2006 BendVenture Conference. It used the funding it gained to further develop its PleuraFlow Active Tube Clearance System. The system keepschest tubes clear after heart and lung surgery. In 2011, ClearCatheter picked up another $4 million in financing, according to TheBulletin archives.

By Dina EIBoghdady

a n nie, re i e r o i

Congress," Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, said Thursday. Crapo joined Sen. Tim

The Washington Post

WASHINGTON — The

newest Senate plan to dismantle Fannie Mae and Freddie

Johnson, D-S.D., this week to unveil the broad outlines of

Mac omits at least one major detail: What happens to the

a proposal that would wind

private investors who scooped

place them with a new agency, and shift some of the risk of mortgage losses to the private sector. The lawmakers have declined to publicly discuss

down Fannie and Freddie, re-

up the mortgage companies' shares in hopes of getting a portion of their recently stellar

profits? "The answer is going to

the details until they offer their

legislation.

come in court, rather than in

But whether the companies

At issue is the arrangement

are shut down or kept alive, the outcome of several investor lawsuits making their way

the government created when it took control of Fannie and

companies' common shares.

Freddie at the height of the

were losing money at the time.

through the courts will ulti-

housing crisis in 2008.

Fast forward to this year. Fannie and Freddie have

mately determine how much of the companies' profit will go to investor groups. "The litigation is important

Treasury began injecting the companies with huge sums of cash to keep them solvent. In

because it will determine who

return, Fannie and Freddie is-

gets that money: the taxpayers or shareholders," said Jaret Seiberg, an analyst with Guggenheim Securities.

Under that deal, the U.S.

sued "senior preferred" shares

to own 79.9 percent of the But Fannie and Freddie

done the unexpected: They've turned profits for many quarters in a row. At the end of this month, they will have sent

about $203 billion in dividends

to the government that paid a

to the Treasury — more than

10 percent dividend. The government also acquired rights

the $188billion they received in the taxpayer-funded bailout.

WHAT'S GOINGUP

Tariffs impeding U.S.-EU trade talks By David Jolly New York Times News Service

BRUSSELS — Europe-

an and U.S. officials had hoped they could highlight progress on negotiations for a wide-ranging trade agreement when President

Barack Obama visits Brussels on March 26. But in talks here this week, frustration

has been more evident than headway.

— Bulletin staff report

To take one example, when

announcing the trade talks last year, leaders said that

BEST OFTHE BIZ CALENDAR TODAY • Crook County Stock Growers Annual Business Meeting and Banpuat: Stock Grower of theYear and Carcass ofMerit awards will be presented; registration required; $10 per person, includes dinner and 2014membership dues; 10a.m.-9 p.m.; Crook County Fairgrounds, Carey Foster Hall,1280 S. Main St., Prineviiie; 541-477-3484. TUESDAY • Visit Band Board Meeting: Open tothe public; RSVP to reserve a seat; 8 a.m.; Bend Visitor Center, 750N.W.Lava Road; 541-382-8048 or vaierie@visitbend.com. • Membership101Driving Your Membership: Connecting newBend Chamber ofCommerce members with current members; registration required; free; 10a.m.; Charles Schwab &Co., 777 N.W.Wall St., Suite 201, Bend; 541-382-3221, shelley@bendchamber.org or www.bendchamber.org. • Business Startup Class: Learn what it takes to runa business, howto reachyour customer base,funding options, moneyneededto get started andlegalities involved; registration required; $29; 11a.m.-1 p.m.; La PinePublic Library, 16425First St.; 541-383-7290. • The Basics of the Federal Acpuisition Regulation: Learn what theFederal Acquisition Regulation governs, its structure, key elements; registration required; free; 1-3p.m.; COCC Chandler Building, 1027 N.W.Trenton Ave., Bend; 541-736-10BB or www.gcap.org. WEDNESDAY • ConnactW's March board meeting: Learnabout eight local nonprofits; registration required; $25 for members, $40 for nonmembers; 5-8 p.m.; St. Charles Bend,2500 N.E Neff Road; 541-848-8598 or www.connectw.org. • Leadership in Action: Hear from DaveRathbun, president of Mt. Bachelor and chairman of theBend Chamber ofCommerceon what madehimsuccessful; registration required; $10 for members, $15 for nonmembers; 5:30 p.m.; Deschutes Brewery & Public House,1044 N.W. BondSt., Bend; 541-382-3221 or www. bendchamber.org. • For the complete calendar, pick up Sunday'sBulletin or visit bandbugatin.cum/bizcal

the agreement would seek to

"eliminate all tariffs" on trade in goods between the United States and European Union,

as a step toward creating the world's biggest bilateral trade zone. But this week, U.S. ne-

gotiators accused Europe of seeking to exclude beef, chicken and pork products from tariff cuts. What's more, the two sides lastyear set out an ambitious

timetable to get a deal done "on one tank of gas," by 2015 at the latest.

The discussions are still at an early stage, of course. The talks this week in Brussels, led

by L. Daniel Mullaney, the assistant trade representative of

the United States, and by his counterpart for the European Union, the trade commissionOVEItSLlE 'LO

er Karel De Gucht, were only the fourth round. By contrast, talks for a grand trade pact with Asia-Pacific nations and

the United States, announced in 2011, are already headed for RachelRees i The Bulletin

their 22nd round.

But considering the ambi-

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ERICKSONAIRCRAFT COLLECTIONFACILITY Madras Airport

Owner: Jack Erickson Architect: Steele Associates Architects General Contractor: CSConstruction, Bend Contact: 541-617-9190 Details: On Tuesday,workers lifted a 250-foot metal panel onto the roof of a new64,000-squarefoot aircraft hangar, which is intended to houseplanes from the Tillamook Air Museum. Construction on the newErickson Aircraft Collection Facility at Madras Airport began in September and is nearly two-thirds of the way done,said Kenny Rice, site superintendent for CS Construction. Thewalls are up,

and Rice said heexpects the $4.1 million project to be completed in mid-May. Michelle Forster, assistant manager of the Tillamook Air Museum, said the private collection, owned by JackErickson, consists of approximately 25 airplanes from World War II. Themuseum hangar will be located next to Erickson's neighboring business at the airport, Erickson AeroTanker — a firefighting-tanker business. Forster said the drier Central Oregon climate will help preserve the vintage collection, which will be relocated to Madrasafter construction is complete. "More fly days (and) less corrosion on the aircrafts," she said.

The Tillamook location has been open since1994 andaverages about 80,000 visitors ayear, she said. TheMadras facility will operate similarly to the existing museum but will not have a restaurant. Forster said she hopesthe Erickson Aircraft Collection Facility will attract visitors and boost

tourism in Madras. "We really don't know what to expect. Here in Tillamook, we're on a coast, where wehave visitors traveling from north to south and stopping here," shesaid. "Over there, you have amuch larger population ... and people coming over from Mt. Hood." —Rachel Rees

tious objective — the creation

of a tariff-free space in which, say, a drug approved in Europe would automatically be

available for sale in the United States without separate clinical trials — the slow start sug-

gests that the goal of wrapping up an agreement by next year is increasingly unrealistic. Trade officials from the two sides plan to hold a news con-

ference in Brussels on Friday afternoon to discuss the status of the talks. Both Michael Froman, the

U.S. traderepresentative,and De Gucht said in interviews this week that, despite bumps,

the negotiations were going well.

PEOPLE ONTHE MOVE • Roger Snow has joined Sun Forest Construction as a custom homesproject manager. Snowhasbeena general contractor for nine years and has 25years of experience in residential and commercial construction. • Gregory Zadow, PT., D.PT., recently completed the Strain Counterstrain for the Nervous System, Part1 course through the Jones institute in California. Zadow, ownerof Green RidgePhysical Therapy and Wellness in Sisters, is a Strain Counterstrain Certified Practitioner. • Lorraine Abney, of Cascade

.l,

Snow

Strama

Sotheby's International Realty, earned the Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager designation from The Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers. Abney is the administrative manager at Cascade Sotheby's International Realty in Bend and a member of the National Association of Realtors and of Central Oregon

Hart

Duncan

Association of Realtors. • Bobbie Strome was the top listing agent in Februaryfor theJohn L.ScottRedmond office. • Lisa Hart was the top sales agent in Februaryforthe John L. Scott Redmondoffice. • Cheyenne Duncan has been selected asthe March High Desert Hero. Duncan, a

Siaybaugh

Pyle

senior at Madras HighSchool, participates in track and field, choir, cheerieading, volleyball, jazz and symphonic band, National Honor Society and 4-H. • Heidi Slaybaugh has joined BBTArchitects as a project architect. Siaybaugh, previouslya project designer and manager in Bend, has more than14 years of

Anderson

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architectural experience. • Daniel Pyle has joined BBT Architects as aproject architect. Pyle, who previously worked at Roweii Brokaw Architects in Eugeneasan architect, designer and project manager, has15 years of experience. • Patrice Anderson has joined Steeie Associates

Architects in Bend, asa design professional. Anderson has experience in medical, commercial, educational and public projects. • Patrick Brown has joined Central Oregon Locavore as the executive director. Brown has a background in organic farming and operations management. • Kirk Sandburg has joined Coldwell Bank Morris Real Estate as abroker. Sandburg, with 14 years of experience in new home-building and the selling market, will focus on the residential homemarket.


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SPOTLIGHT

Ashes

NEW AT THE BOWMAN MUSEUM

into art:

EmptyBowlsevent Sunday inRedmnd Ridgeview High School is hosting an EmptyBowlseventSunday in Redmond. Originally set for February, the event hadto be rescheduled due to a heavy snowstorm. For a suggested donation of $10 per bowl, guests will receive a hearty bowl of soup and a handmadeceramic bowl to take home.Proceeds benefit Jericho Road, a nonprofit group helping alleviate hunger in Central Oregon. The event runs noon to 7 p.m. at Ridgeview High School, 4555 S.W. Elkhorn Ave., Redmond. Contact: rvhs.red mond.k12.or.us or

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SEATTLE — Juliet

Sykes watched tearyeyed as glass workers began to shape a small white heart.

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TEDxBend tickets availadle now

swirls of color and glitter, an artist rolled

Tickets for the

Redmondcharity seeks donations St. Vincent de Paul inRedmond isseeking donations of gently used clothing, furniture and household items to sell at its thrift store to raise money for its work providing food, clothing, rental assistance and utility assistance to those in need. Items can bebrought to the thrift store at1616

S.W. VeteransWay in Redmond or picked up from the donor's house free of charge. For more information, call 541-504-9840.

JeffersonCounty history buffsmeet Ron Ochs, aformer jet pilot best known for restoring a World War II Navy N3N biplaneand flying it from an airstrip he built at his ranch in Willowdale, will be the

featured speakerwhen the Jefferson County Historical Society hosts its annual dinner at 5 p.m. April 5. Tickets to the event — which will take place at the Jefferson County Senior Center, 860S.W.MadisonSt. in Madras — will cost $40 per person andcan be ordered by sending a check madepayable to Jefferson County Historical Society, P.O.Box 647, Madras, OR97741, by March 30. For more information about the event, call 541-475-7488 or 541-475-5390.

it across a tablespoon of ash — the ashes of Photos by Andy Tullis/The Bulletin

A new exhibit focusing on Crook County's medical history will be a permanent fixture at the Bowman Museum in Prineville.

Sykes' great grandmother Dorothy "Nanny" Walker, who died in 1998.

"It is just so beau-

tiful, m Sykes said as

sparksjumpedoff a cold steel blade as it touched the burning-hot glass.OI love

the sparks — that is Nanny saying, 'I'm here.'" 0 PUBLIC H E A LTH D E PARTMENT

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W atch avideo ofthenew Bowman Museum exhibitandseemore scary photos atbendbulletin.cem/bewmanmedical

By Alandra Johnson The Bulletin

The Seattle Times

Heart-shaped glass containing the ashes of a late loved one. Whether it is a

glass heart or a diamond ring or a reef off the coast of Florida, people are finding new ways to memorialize the life of their depart-

he upstairs section of the Bowman Museum in Prineville

ed loved ones who chose cremation.

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home. Warm wood

tones complement the collection of antique furniture, clothing and artifacts.

known for its glasswork than with glass hearts, thought Greg

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But stepping inside the room at the far end of the hall is a

and Christina Dale, of Sammamish,

much different experience.

Wash.

The room feels cold and clinical, with linoleum tiles and

In the 18 months since starting Artful Ashes in 2012, the

stark white walls.

This look, explains collections care manager Brittany Shunk, is entirely intentional.

The goal is for people to feel as if they have stepped back

Dales have gone from 10 memorials a month to more than 200. By contract-

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in time into a medical exam

room from the 1940s.

Wash., they have the

The space houses the museum's new permanent exhibit

Brittany Shunk, this collection's care manager, calls this the "scary lady drawer" — it's filled with

historical gynecological and obstetrical equipment.

that focuses on Crook County's medical history.

Ifyou go

The collection is fascinat-

ing, featuring scary-looking

What:Permanent exhibit of Crook County medical history Where:A.R. BowmanMemorial Museum, 246 N.Main St., Prineville Cost:Free Hours:10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Saturday and Sunday Contact:541-447-3715 or www.bowmanmuseum.org

medical instruments and interesting stories from the

area's earliest medical providers. Many of the items in the exhibit were featured in

the museum previously, but they were easily overlooked, as there were no labels or descriptions attached to the artifacts. But now items — like the

chair where tonsillectomies

Tell us adout your event

were performed and the per-

Email event information to The Bulletin at communitylife© bendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" online at bendbulletin.com. Call541-383-0351 for details.

curing arthritis or straight-

— From staff reports

stations with steel

tools and buckets

541-504-3600.

2014 TEDxBendevent are now on saleand can be purchased for $55 per person at www.tedxbend.com. TEDx is a series of independently organized events modeled after the TEDconference, which features inspiring or interesting ideas worth sharing. This year's Bend event will feature Hurley founder andCEOBob Hurley and four-time astronaut Charles Precourt on its list of speakers. It will take place at the BendHigh School auditorium from 1-6 p.m. April 26and be followed by anafter party at Pakit Liquidators.

glass at 2,300 degrees lined the back wall, while reheating

sonal electric shock devices people used in the hopes of

capacity to make 110 a day, said Christina Dale. From 2002 to 2012, the cremation rate in the United States

increased from 28 percent to 44 percent, according to the most recent date from the Cremation Association of North

America. "It is closure for a lot of people while also giving them something that fits perfectly in their hands," Christina, 49, said. "It is not a

ening their hair — are given their proper due. SeeBowman/D2

A pneumothorax apparatus wasused tocollapse the lung of tuberculosis patients — which was considered good treatment at the time.

paperweight and we designed it not to be on purpose." Lisa Suchsland heard about Artful Ashes through a friend and decided

"PeOple did What they had tO da With What they had.m

to make a heart in honor of her father,

— Brittany Shunk, collections care manager, Bowman Museum

who died two years ago. SeeGlass/D2


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Foot Upon aRockfor Us andfor All," based onPsalm40:2;1 p.m. Sunday (Vespers Service); TerrebonneGrange Hall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveDrullinger; "I Shall Not Want," based onJohn10:2-11;10a.m. Sunday; 9 a.m.Adult Bible study; 334 N.W. Newport Ave., Bend;541-3822272 or discoverychristianchurch.com. EASTMONTCHURCH: Pastor John Lodwick; "Is JesusReal?" part of "Jesus Journey: 40Days in the Footsteps of Christ," based onLuke 4:16-32; 9 (classic) and10:45a.m. (contemporary) Sunday; 62425Eagle Road, Bend;541-382-5822. FATHER'SHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD: Associate Pastor RandyWills; "I Am Jesus," part of the series, "I Am"; 9 and10:45 a.m. Sunday;YouthGroup, 7 p.m. Wednesdays;61690 Pettigrew Road,Bend. THE FELLOWSHIPAT BEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "Processing Pain," based onEcclesiastes 6:10-7:14; 10 a.m.Sunday;SummitHighSchool, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend. FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Pastor StevenKoski; "Spacious Christianity: TheOther"; 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 5:01 p.m.Sunday;230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend;541-382-4401 or www.bendfp.org. FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: TheRev.Thom Larson;"DeadlySinof Greed," based onLuke12:15-21; 9a.m. (contemporary) and11a.m. (traditional) Sunday; 680N.W.BondSt., Bend; 541-382-1672. FOUNDRY CHURCH:Al Hulbert; "The Story: When GodShows Up";10:15a.m. Sunday; 60N.W.OregonAve., Bend. GRACEBIBLECHURCH: Pastor

SERVICES BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor Dave Miller; "TheHeartwareSystem"; 10a.m. Sunday;4twelveyouth group,7 p.m. Wednesdays;19831RockingHorse Road, Bend;541-382-6006 orwww. bendchristianfellowship.com. BENDCHURCHOFTHENAZARENE: Hriam andYanina Glavezshare a message; 9a.m. (Hispanic) and10:15 a.m. Sunday; 1270N.E.27th St., Bend. COMMUNITYBIBLE CHURCH AT SUNRIVER: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "The Restlessness of Hard Hearts - Part Two," basedon Hebrews 3:12-19andpart of the series, "Better: TheSupremacy ofChrist"; 9:30a.m. Sunday;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver; 541-593-8341 or www. cbchurchsr.org. COMMUNITY OF CHRIST: Evangelist Susan Gregory andguest minister evangelist RonBenedict; "Believe in Christ" based onJohn3:1 17; 11 a.m. Sunday,10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 CooleyRoad, Bend; 503-307-7083. COMMUNITYPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Pastor RobAnderson; "Letting Go," basedonJohn 3:1-17; 9 and11 a.m.Sunday; 529N.W.19th St., Redmond. CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev.Willis Jenson; "The Man Blessed By God IstheManAbsolved of Sin for Christ's Sake," basedon Romans 4:7; 11a.m. Sunday; "God Delivers Christ from RuinandSets His

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Phil Kooistra; "JesusCalls His First Disciples," based onLuke5:1-11; 10 a.m. Sunday;63945OldBend Redmond Highway,Bend. GRACEFIRST LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "UnderCover Faith" and "Light in theDark"; 9:30 a.m.Sunday;2265N.W .Shevlin Park Road, Bend. HOLYREDEEMER CATHOLIC CHURCH: Aparish mission with Fr. Daryl Befort; "TheGrateful Response — Deny Yourself," 6:30 p.m.March 17; "Recognizeand ReceiveGod' gifts — Takeupyour Cross," 6:30p.m. March18; "Sharethese Gifts — Follow me," 6:30 p.m.March19;Lenten Reconciliation Service, 7p.m. March 20; Mass, coffeeandfellowship will accompanythe first three activities; 16137 BurgessRoad, LaPine. JOURNEYCHURCH:Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "The Power ofWords," part of the TenCommandments series; 10a.m. and 6:30p.m. Sunday; 70N.W. Newport Ave., Bend. NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor RonWemerJr.; "Called bythe Graceof God, WeReachOutto All Peoplewith the Love ofJesusChrist"; 9 (informal) and11 (formal) a.m. Sunday;Bible study,10a.m. Wednesdaysand 6p.m. Thursdays; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend; 541-388-0765. NEW HOPE CHURCH:Annual Missions Conferencewith visiting missionaries from Bolivia, Japan,Peruandmore; 6toni ght,9and10:45a.m.Sunday; 20080 PinebrookBlvd., Bend;www. newhopebend.com. NEWPORTAVENUE CHURCHOF CHRIST:Minister DeanCatlett; "WatchingOverYou,"based onPsalm 121; 10:45 a.m.Sunday; 554N.W. Newport Ave., Bend.

SHILOHRANCH COWBOY CHURCH: Pastor JordanWeaver; 9and10:30 a.m. Sunday, 7p.m. Monday; Men's Biblestudy7a.m. Thursday; TheRim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility cafe, Brasada Ranch,17037S.W.Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte; Women's Bible 101 7 p.m.Thursday at JenayBrewer's home, 541-241-4220 for directions. SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OFTHE CASCADES: Mark McFeely; "The Myth of Imperfection: Where It ComesFrom and What WeCanDoto Dispel It"; Sunday at 5:15 p.m.; TheOld Stone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. SPRINGSOFLIFE MINISTRIES: Evangelistand Bibleteacher Eddie Cienda; 7 p.m.Wednesdays; The Sound GardenStudio,1279 N.E. Second St., Bend. ST. PAUL'SANGLICANCHURCH: Father JohnPennington; "Holy Moley! Be Holy??," basedon1 Thessalonians 4:1-12; Sundayat10:30 a.m. (Second Sunday in Lent); 1108W. Antler Ave., Redmond. UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOFCENTRAL OREGON: Rev. Alex Holt; "TheThree Poisons of Life and Their Antidotes: Ignorance and Wisdom";11 a.m. Sunday; atthe Old StoneChurch, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend.; 541-385-3908 or www. uufco.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; "Cloud, Crowd, Community"; 6:30tonightand 8,9 and10:45 a.m . Sunday; 2051 N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor

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Early days

Dr. Raymond Adkisson was a doctor in th e community

The first doctor who served for many decades,practicing in Prineville came to the area from the 1920s to the 1970s, in the 1870s. The self-taught said Shunk. He purchased a Dr. Larkin Vanderpool be- home that was converted into came famous for selling tonic a hospital. The museum feathroughout the region to help tures many artifacts from Adwith coughs and croup. Shtmk kisson, including some of his enjoys relaying fun stories signs. "He was a huge influabout past doctors, like how ence in the medical communiVanderpool made a special ty," said Shunk. bargain with members of the One particularly interesting community: If a family chose piece from Adkisson is a chair to name a baby that he deliv- designed for tonsillectomies. ered after him, Vanderpool Patients would sit in this metwould put $100 in the bank in al chair to receive ether. Then the baby's name. the doctor would remove the Another doctor from that time liked to take the coroner

with him on a lot of cases, "to kill two birds with one stone," said Shunk, who referred to

OF ONEMAN'S RETURN TOTHE FAITH": Matt Fraddwill share his experiencesandconversion withguests Ike NdoloandJames Salas; free; 3-5:30 p.m.; St. Francis ofAssisi CatholicChurch &School, 2450N.E.27th St., Bend;541382-4701 ordavid©dioceseofbaker.org. MARCH 27 "SAVINGYOUR LIFE:FREEINGTHE DISTRACTED MIND": Michael Stevens explores ways ofrelaxing into a more authentic way of living drawing upon Buddhist practices; $10 donation suggested; 7p.m., doors open 6p.m.; The OldStone, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend;541-388-3352 or www. naturalminddharma.org. APRIL 3 DARRELL EVANS: Participate in live worship, a discussionabout worship, followed bymusic; $5, group offive for $20, reservations requested;6-8 p.m.; Book& Bean,395N.Main St., Prineville; 541-447-3778 orwww. darrellevansbandb.eventbrite.com. APRIL 12 THE KNOX BROTHERS:Six brothers sing Southern gospelmusic; free, donati onsaccepted;6 p.m.;Redmond Assembly ofGodChurch,1865W. Antler Ave.;541-923-0898 or sgm@ bendbroadband.com. APRIL 14 PASSOVERCOMMUNITY SEDER:A family-friendly, festival PassoverSeder ledby RabbiJohannaHershenson, with Sedercustoms; opento the public; $35, $15for children ages6-12, freefor children age5andyounger, reservations required byApril 7; 6 p.m., doorsopen 5:15 p.m.; St.Charles Bendconference center, 2500N.E NeffRoad;541-3888826 or www.bethtikvahbend.org.

EVEMTS AND MEETIMGS TODAY "ATASTEOFSILENCE"PRAYER:A morning centering prayerhosted by Contemplative Outreach ofCentral Oregon inHeritage Hall; free; 9a.m.; First Presbyterian Church,230N.E. Ninth St., Bend;541-382-0086. THE ABRAHAMINSPIRATIONGROUP: Aseminar videoandopendiscussion of the laws ofattraction; donations accepted; 5-8 p.m.;RosieBareis Community Campus,1010N.W.14th St., Bend;541-389-4523 orwww. goldenbridgeseminars.com. SUNDAY "A JOURNEYTO TRUTH-THESTORY

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Steve Mickel simulcast; "Cloud, Crowd, Community"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 1245S.E.Third St., Bend. WESTSIDESISTERS CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel simulcast; "Cloud, Crowd, Community"; 10:30 a.m. Sunday; 442Trinity Way, Sisters. WESTSIDEONLINE CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel simulcast; ""Cloud, Crowd, Community"; 6:30 tonight and 8, 9and10:45 a.m. Sunday;www. westsidelive.org. WESTSIDERADIO CAMPUS: Pastor Steve Mickel prior weekservice; "Everyone Is In"; 8:30a.m. Sunday; Heirborne radio show onKBND,AM1110. ZIONLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Eric Burtness; "How DoKnow I Jesus Is Who HeSaid HeIs?" part of the series, "How DoKnow"; I 8:30 and11 a.m. Sunday; SoupSupper & Lenten Vespers, 6:15 p.m.Wednesday; 1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond.

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memorials, and th e D a l es fold," Sykes told the Dales afbuy them from the studio at ter her white heart memorial wholesale prices, much like was set in the cooling rack. "I

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There are fascinating relics in the museum collection, including a quarantine notice from a smallpox outbreak in 1903. The local paper ran a list

the late 1800s and early 1900s, which people voluntarily used

of everyone who was infect-

any number of ailments (and fix unruly hair). On a lower

ed, who had died, and who in town might be able to help sick people. Shunk also pointed to an interesting plaque, which featureda young man named Ed Harbin who was immune

to smallpox. Because of this, he served as the center of town life during the outbreak — he delivered mail and groceries and much more.

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berculosis patients to collapse the individual's lung, which was thought to be an effective treatment at the time.

There is also a drawer filled with creepy-looking obstetrics devices, which Shunk jokingly calls the "scary lady drawer." Nearby is a mechanical urethral dilator. There is also a skull drill, catgut sutures,

A video playing in the ex- an abdominal retractor and a hibit tells about the early med- scalpel kit. ical conditions in Crook CounShunk says people can ty. The video was produced appreciate "how far things in 1948 during a campaign to have come." She also thinks raise money to build a hospi- it's impressive to think about tal. Until that time, patients were treated in homes that had been converted to hos-

one doctor using all of these

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Now the once state-of-theart hospital, which the com-

tools — there were no specialists, so the man who delivered pitals. The video shows men your babies also checked your carrying patients on stretch- eyesight.

the homes. The baby boom at the time

munity so proudly built on its

own in the 1950s, is becoming hospitals filled up with babies, out of date. A new hospital is in and photos show babies in the works. But while Prineville wooden crates stacked on top is moving forward with medcreatedanother problem. The

of one another. ical technology, it's also pre"People did what they had serving the very interesting to do with what they had," said past as well. Shunk. She explains that the — Reporter: 541-617-7860, community raised all of the

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

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

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

TKMPLE BETH TIKVAH

LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP CI La Roca Church

is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include: Services, religious education for children 8 adults, Hebrewschool, Torah study, social action projects and social activities

1155 SW Division, ¹D8, Bend Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 pm Worship/Dance• Study • Food/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Feffowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth 541.410.5337

Children Welcome www.livingtorahfellowship.com

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRAL ORKGON

"Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" We are a Welcoming Congregation March 16 at I I:00am

"The Three Poisons of Life and Their Antidotes: Ignorance and Wisdom"

Rabbi)ohanna Hershenson

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Reilgion of the Lightand Sound ofGod

Annual Passover Community Seder Monday, April 14 at 6:00 pm For information 8 reservations: www. bethtikvahbend.org

Spiritual Experiences Past Lives, Dreams, Soul Travel Introductory presentation F discussion

Saturday, April 19 - 9:00 amMunch 8 Torah Study Saturday, April 19• 10:30 amTorah Services

Saturday, March 22 3:00 pm at the East Bend Library 62080 Dean Swift Rd., Bend Try a spiritual exercise, explore the possibilities of Iearning from your dreams and past lives and leam what soul travel means.

Friday, April 25 - 7:00 pmKaballat Shabbat Services

ECKANKAR

"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

"Yin/Yang" Taoist! Confuuanism

"Star F Crescent" Islam

FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER

1049 NE 1(th St.• 541.382.8274

This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, special guest, Pastor Vic Varis, Chi Alpha Missionary, will share in the Sunday moming service beginning at 10:30 am.

Childcare is provided in our Sunday moming service. FCC Youth Ministries and Family Night is on Wednesdays at 7 pm. A number of Faith Journey Groups meet throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com

HOLY RKDKEMER CATHOLIC PARISH

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

16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday, Wednesday F Friday Mass 9:00 am Sunday Mass• 10:00 am Confessions: Saturdays -3:00-4:00 pm HOLY TRINITY,SUNRIVER

18143 Cottonwood Rd. Thurs. Mass 9:30 am; Sat. Vigil Mass 5:30 pm Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00 - 9:15 am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS,

The Spiritual Laws of Life Saturday, March 29th 3-4:30pm Room 103 OSUCascades Building 2600 College Way "We begin to have experiences in the Light and Sound of God, and thus we develop a greater understanding of the spiritual laws of life. Knowing these laws, then we can make our own life easier." Harold Klemp "The Dream Master Mahanta Transcripts Book 8"

Giichriot 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass - 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00• 12:15 pm

For More Information www.eckankar.org www.eckankar-oregon.org

HOLY FAMILY,

541-728-6476

REDMOND ASSEMBLY OF GOD

1865 W Antler• Redmond 541-548.4555

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

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery Wednesday NITE Live Kids Youth Group Pastor Duane Pippitt

www.redmondag.com

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

Rev. Julian Cassar Rev. Joseph K. Thalisery 541-382-3631 NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Masses Saturday• Vigil 5:00 PM Sunday 7;30 AM, 10:00 AM Domingo 12:30 PM• Misa en Espanol

THE SALVATION ARMY

541 NE DeKalb Ave., Bend 541-389-8888

Reconciliation Saturday 3:00 PM - 4:45 PM

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

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

EASTMONT CHURCH

"Displaying theRea(iiy of Christin Undeniab(e Ways" 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 info@eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the

Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastors Mike Coughlin F Al Hulbert

Corner of NW Franklin 8 Lava Masses Saturday 8:00 AM Sunday 4:30 PM Monday• Friday 7:00AM F 12:15 PM Exposition F Benediction Monday-Friday after 7:00 AM Mass to 6:00 PM Tuesday (Family Holy Hour) 5:00 PM• 6:00 PM

ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390 Father Todd Unger, Pastor ~Mas S~he ILII,

Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am(English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessions on Wednesdays from

CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541-548-2974

www.redmondchristian.org Sunday Worship 9:00 am 8 10:45 am

POWKLL BUTTK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

GLLVARY CHAPEL BKND

20225 Cooley Rd. Bend Phone: (541) 383-5097 Web site: ccbend.org Sundays: 8:30 8 10:30 am Wednesday Night Study: 7 pm Youth Group: Wednesday 7 pm Child Care provided

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

Sunday Services 8 am (No child care) 10;00 am Contemporary Worship Service (Full children's ministry) Sunday Night Church 6:30 pm For information, please call ... Senior Pastor - Mike Yunker• 541-312-8844

Associate Pastors Mike Sweeney 8 Jeff Olson "Loving people one at a time." www.real-lifecc.org •

"Teaching the Word of God, Book by Book"

WKSTSIDK CHURCH

Westside Church invites you to join us at any of our weekend services. No matter what your expectations are, we hope your time spent with us brings you a little closer to understanding, knowing and growing in a relationship with Jesus Christ. In our opinion, that's what really matters. Contact us at 541.382.7504 or

www.westsidechurch.org

Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Cloud, Crowd, Community" at6:30pm on Saturday and at8,9and 10:45am Sunday at Westside Church, 2051 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

March 16, 2014 at Westside Church —SOUTH CAMPUS

Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Cloud, Crowd, Community" at 10:30am on Sunday at the Westside Church South Campus, 1245 SE3rd St., Bend.

March 16, 2014 at Westside Church

Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Cloud, Crowd, Community" at 10:30am at the Westside Church Sisters Campus, 442 Trinity Way, Sisters.

March 15 8 16, 2014 at Westside Church —ONLINE CAMPUS

Join us at our online campus where Pastor Steve Mickel will share the message "Cloud, Crowd, Community" at 6:30pmSaturday andat8,9and 10:45am on SundayatW estsideChurch,2051NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend.

March 16, 2014 Westside Church

"Educating and Developing the Whole — ON THE RADIO Child for the Glory of God" Pre K-5th Grade Pastor Steve Mickel will share the 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 message "Everyone Is In" on the Principal Lonna Camahan Heirborne radio show at 8:30am Sunday www.eastmontcommunityschool.com morning on KBND — AM I (10

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Nursery Care F Children's Church awareness of our potential to become ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all whole? Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday We have two religious education classes

For the complete schedule of Services 8 Events go to; www.bethtikvahbend.org

WEDNESDAY 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study THURSDAY 10:00 am 50+ Bible Study WEEKLY Life Groups

For information about our Religious Education programs, call Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826

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

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

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157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND

Mail:PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709

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CONCORDIALUTHKRAN

MISSION (LCMS) Themissionof theChurch isio forgive sins through theGospelandthereby grant eternal (ife. (St. John 20:22.23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10

10 am Sunday School I I am Divine Service Lent/Holy Week schedule: Concordia Lutheran Mission.

Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend Just 2 blocks SW ofBend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshiping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation. Call for information about other meetings 541-420-1667 www.sovereigngracebend.com

March 16; Vespers: I PM. March 23: Vespers: I PM. March 30: Vespers: I PM. April 6: Vespers: I PM.

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(541) 385-3908

ALL PEOPLES

UNITKD CHURCH OF CHRIST

Diversespiritual journeys welcomed.A congregation united through the teachingsandactions of Christ.

All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. You'll find us in the meeting room of The GreenPlow Coff ee Shop,

April 17; The Festival of Maundy Thursday, Divine Service: 7 PM.

Sunday Moming Worship 8:45am 810:45 am

436 SW6th in Redmond,

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

Wednesday Mid-Week Service Children 8 Youth Programs 7:00 pm Nursery Care Provided for All Services

Worship with us at 11 a.m. on

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

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241 www.clcbend.com

www.lutheransonline.com/ concordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773 GRACE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 382.6862

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

Women's Bible Study, Tuesday 9:15 a.m. Men's Bible Study, Wednesday 7;30 a.m.

Bookworms —adult discussion time.

For details and

possible help with car-pooling, email: a))peop)esuccCIgmai).com

Pastor Joel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

FIRST UNITED METHODIST

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

(In the Heart of Downtown Bend)

Sunday School

Wednesday Lenten Service 6:30 p.m.

CHURCH

680 NW Bond St. / 541.382.1672

9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship

Everyone isWelcome!

Youth Groups High School - Sunday 11:00am-12:30pm Middle School — Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm

Rev. Thom Larson

Sermon Title: "Deadly Sin of Greed" Scripture: Luke 12:15-21

9:00 am Contemporary Service Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

Sunday School during 9am service

Wednesdays 5:30 pm Prayer Service

Childcare provided

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA

Worship in the Heart of Redmond

Sunday Worship Services at 8:30 am 8 11:00 am Sunday School for all ages 10:00 am Wednesdays: Soup Supper 6:15 pm8 Lenten Vespers at 7:00 pm Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome• Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coffee,snacksandfej(owship after eachservice M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rd Tues. Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

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

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

Spacious Christianity Preaching: Steven Koski The Other 9:00am contemporary 10:45am traditional 5:01pm relaxed Sunday School: 3 years to 6th grade Nursery-care provided Spacious Christianity Lent Study and Worship Pastor led teachings by Steven Koski, lenny Wamer and Ron Werner Wednesdays March 19 - April 16, 5:30-7:00pm Simple dinner, teaching, discussion and worship Adults and children welcome.

HOUSE OF COVENANT

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting for Jews and Christians alike. If you're interested in learning the Bible from a Hebrew perspective, come join us at: Bear Creek Center 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Bend, OR. 97701 Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries include;

• Davidic dance and worship • Children's ministry and nursery • Hebrew classes • Home groups • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) • Biblical Feasts • Lifecycle Events • End-times prophecy

Spacious Christianity essay collection written by the pastors available as a companion to the teachings. Find details a www.bendfp.org.

Wednesday Noon Worship followed by 12:30pm Contemplative Prayer Youth Events http://www.facebook.com/

bendyouthcollective Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week 230 NE Ninth Street, Bend

www.bendfp.org http://www.facebook.com/bendfp 541 382 4401

Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439

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I I:00 am Traditional Service

'During the Week; Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson firstchurchC Nbendumc.org

Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

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

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Sunday, March 16th. Come early at 10 a.m. for Bible

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

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On April 6th, All Peoples meets again. COMMUNITY PRESBYTKRIAN CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

—SISTERSCAMPUS

KASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Women's Ministry, Youth Ministry are available, call for days and times.

Pastor Randy Myers

March 15 F 16, 2014 at Westside Church —WEST CAMPUS

HIGHLAND BAPTIST

For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church!

5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

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

Sunday Worship Services: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Life Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am Saturday Worship 7:00 pm Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor

NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd.• 541-389-3436

Reconciliation Tuesday 7:30 AM - 8;00 AM

For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541-382-3862 www.bendchurch.org

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

Major's Robert 8 Miriam Keene

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

SundaySchoolclassesare at9:00am and our Worship Service at 10;15 am This Sunday at Foundry Church, Al Hulbert will be speaking from TheStory: "When God Shows Up."

Ail arewelcomethroughourreddoors Sunday Services St. Helens Hall, 231 NW Idaho Ave 8 am and 10:15 am The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector www.trinitybend.org I 541-382-5542 Mail:469 NW Wall St May we haveeyesIoseethat no visitor arriveswithout a gift and no guestleaveswithout a blessing.

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH •

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

BEND CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNK 1270 NE 27 St.• 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren This last poison that keeps us confused SUNDAY and reactive in our life is the most 9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service challenging of all. How do we move 10:15 am Worship Service

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VOLUNTEER SEARCH Volunteer Search iscompiled by the Department of HumanServices Volunteer Services. The organizations listed are seekingvolunteers for a variety of tasks. To seeafull list, and for additional information onthe types of help needed, goonline to www. bendbulletin.com/volunteer. Changes, additions or deletions should besent to1300 N.W.Wall St., Suite103, Bend 97701, email Therese.M.Helton@state. or.us or call 541-693-8988.

SENIORS AARP: www.aarp.org/money/taxaide or 888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTEDLIVING AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: 541-385-8500. BEND SENIOR CENTER: Kim, 54I-706-6127. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRALOREGON COUNCIL ON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINE SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Karen Ward,541-536-6237. LONG-TERMCARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM: NancyAllen, 54 I-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. VOLUNTEERSIN ACTION: 54 I-548-7018.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT (COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory© cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. AFS-USA: www.afsusa.org or Caitlin Krutsinger, 503-419-9514. ALYCE HATCHCENTER:Andy Kizans, 541-383-1980. BENDPARK& RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-312-6047 (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.comor 541-382-4682. CASA(COURTAPPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES): www. casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-16 IB. CHILDREN'SVISION FOUNDATION: Julie Bibler, 541-330-3907. CIRCLEOF FRIENDS: Beth,beth@ acircleoffriendsoregon.comor 541-588-6445. DESCHUTES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE— CENTRAL OREGON PARTNERSHIPSFORYOUTH: www.deschutes.org/copy, COPY© deschutes.org or 541-388-6651. FOSTERGRANDPARENTS PROGRAM: SteveGuzanskis, 541-678-5483. GIRL SCOUTS:541-389-8146. GIRLSON THE RUN OF DESCHUTES COUNTY:www.deschutescountygotr. org or infoedeschutescountygotr.org. GRANDMA'SHOUSE:541-383-3515. HEALTHYBEGINNINGS:ww w.myhb. org or 541-383-6357. HIGH DESERTTEENSVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: www.highdesertmuseum. org or 541-382-4757. IEP PARTNERS: Carmelle Campbell at the OregonParent Training and Information Center, 888-505-2673. J BAR J LEARNINGCENTER: Rick Buening, rbueningwojbarj.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 541-355-850 I. MEADOWLARK INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM: Teal Buehler, 541-617-9576. M OUNTAINSTARFAMILY RELIEF NURSERY: 541-322-6820. NEIGHBORIMPACT: 541-548-2380, ext.115. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE: 541-548-6088, 541-447-6228 or 541-475-3808. OREGON STATEUNIVERSITY MASTERGARDENERVOLUNTEER PROGRAM: http://extension. oregonstate.edu/deschutes or 541-548-6088. READTOGETHER:541-388-7746. REDMOND HIGHSCHOOL: 541-923-4807.

REDMOND LEARNINGCENTER: Zach Sartin, 541-923-4854. REDMOND YOUNGLIFE: 541-923-8530. SCHOOL-TO-CAREERPARTNERSHIP Kent Child, 541-355-4158. SMART (STARTMAKING A READER TODAY):www.getsmartoregon.org or 54 I-355-5600. TRILLIUM FAMILYSERVICES: 503-205-0194. VIMA LUPWA HOMES: www. lupwahomes.org or 541-420-9634. YOUTH CHOIROF CENTRAL OREGON: 541-385-0470.

ANIMALS AND ENVIRONMENT BENDSPAY&NEUTERPROJECT: 541-6 I7-IO IO. 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. DESCHUTES LANDTRUST: www.deschuteslandtrust.org or 54 I-330-0017. DESCHUTES NATIONALFOREST: Jean Nelson-Dean,541-383-5576. EASTCASCADESAUDUBON SOCIETY:www.ecaudubon.org or 541-241-2190. THE ENVIRONMENTALCENTER: www.envirocenter.org or 541-385-6908. EQUINEOUTREACH HORSE RESCUE OF BEND: www.equineoutreach. com or joan@equineoutreach.com or 541-419-3717. HEALINGREINS THERAPEUTIC RIDINGCENTER:Darcy Justice, 54 I-382-94 IO. 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, 541-416-6859.

HEALTH AMERICAN CANCERSOCIETY: Charlie Johnson, 541-434-3114. AMERICANREDCROSS: 541-749-4111. THE BLOOM PROJECT:www. thebloomproject.org or Heidi Berkman at h.berkman©thebloomproject.org or 541-241-8845. DESCHUTESCOUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Tuesday Johnson, Tuesday Johnsongeco.deschutes. or.us or 541-322-7425. HOSPICEOF REDMONDSISTERS:www.redmondhospice. org or Volunteer Coordinator at 541-548-7483. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL:JoDee Tittle, 541-475-3882, ext. 5097. MOUNTAINVIEW HOSPITAL HOSPICE:541-460-4030 or Tori Schultz, tschultz©mvhd.org or 541475-3882, ext. 5327. NATIONALALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS— CENTRAL OREGON: Eileen White, namicentraloregon© gmail.com. NEWBERRYHOSPICE: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.

HUMAN SERVICES 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. BETHLEHEM INN:www.bethleheminn. org or 541-322-8768. BRIDGINGGAPS:bendbridginggaps© gmail.com or 541-314-4277. CENTERFOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING(PREVIOUSLY PEACE CENTER OF CENTRALOREGON):ww w. compassionatecenter.org orBeth Hansen,541-923-6677. CENTRALOREGONVETERANS OUTREACH: covo.org@gmail.com or 541-383-2793. DEPARTMENTOFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese

Helton, Therese.M.Helton©state,or.us or 541-693-8988. DEPARTMENT OFHUMAN SERVICES/ VOLUNTEERSERVICES CROOK COUNTY: Valerie Dean, 541-447-3851, ext.427. DISABLED AMERICANVETERANS (DAV):DonLang,541-647-1002. FAMILYKITCHEN:Cindy Tidball, cindyt©bendcable.comor 541-610-6511. FAMILYRESOURCECENTER: 541-389-5468. HUMANDIGNITY COALITION: 541-385-3320. HUNGER PREVENTIONCOALITION: Marie, info@hungerpreventioncoalition. org or 541-385-9227. LA PINE COMMUNITY KITCHEN: 541-536-1312. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq@ neighborimpact.org or 541-548-2380, ext.106. PEACE BRIDGES, INC., BEND: www.abridgetopeace.org orJohnC. Schwechten at541-383-2646. PFLAGCENTRALOREGON: 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. WINNINGOVERANGER & VIOLENCE: www.winningover.org or541-382-1943. WOMEN'SRESOURCE CENTER OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-385-0750.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY AND THRIFT STORES BENDAREAHABITAT FOR HUMANITY:jbarry©bendhabitat.org or 541-385-5387. HABITAT RESTORE:Di Crocker, 541-312-6709. HUMANE SOCIETYOF CENTRAL OREGON THRIFT STORE:Jen, jennifer©hsco.org or 541-382-3537. NEATREPEATTHRIFT SHOP:Peg, 541-447-6429. NEWBERRYHABITAT FOR HUMANITY:541-593-5005. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT STORE OFBEND:541-389-0129. OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFT

STORE OF REDMOND: 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.

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. JEFFERSONCOUNTYCRIME VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452,ext. 4108. JEFFERSONCOUNTYVOLUNTEER 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 541-316-0662. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE:541-593-8149. VISIT BEND: www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

MISCELLANY CENTRALOREGON LOCAVORE:ww w. centraloregonlocavore.com or Niki at infoIIcentraloregonlocavore.com or 541-633-0674. HIGHDESERT SPECIAL OLYMPICS: 541-749-6517. OREGON ADAPTIVESPORTS: www.oregonadaptivesports.org, info©oregonadaptivesports.org or 541-306-4774. SACREDARTOF LIVING CENTER: 54I-383-4I79.

SUPPORT GROUPS The following list contains support group information submitted to The Bulletin. Submissions must be updated monthly for inclusion. To submit, email relevant details to communitylifegebendbulletin.com. ABILITREEPEER GROUP FOR PERSONSAFFECTEDBYA DISABILITY:541-388-8103. ABILITREEYOUNG PEER GROUP: 541-388-8103 ext. 219. ABILITREEBRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP:541-388-8103. ADHD ADULT SUPPORT GROUP: 541-420-3023. ADOPTIVEPARENTSUPPORT GROUP: 541-389-5446. ADULT CHILDRENOF ALCOHOLICS: 541-633-8189. AGE WIDEOPEN (ADULT CHILDREN SUPPORT GROUP): 541-410-4162 or www.agewideopen.com. AIDSEDUCATION FOR PREVENTION, TREATMENT,COMMUNITY RESOURCES ANDSUPPORT (DESCHUTESCOUNTYHEALTH DEPARTMENT):54l-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'SASSOCIATION: 541-548-7074. ALZHEIMER'SASSOCIATION CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-330-6400. ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-948-7214. AUTISMRESOURCE GROUP OF CENTRAL OREGON:541-788-0339. BENDATTACHMENTPARENTING: 541-385-1787. BEND S-ANONFAMILY GROUP: 888-285-3742. BEND ZENMEDITATION GROUP: 541382-6122 or 541-382-6651. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORTGROUPS: 541-382-5882. BEREAVEMENTSUPPORT GROUP/ADULTSAND CHILDREN: 541-383-3910. BEYOND AFFAIRS NETWORK: A peer group for victims of infidelity, baninbend©yahoo.com. BRAININJURY SUPPORT GROUP: 541-382-9451. BRAINTUMOR SUPPORT GROUP: 541-350-7243 CANCERFAMILYSUPPORT GROUP: 541-706-5864. CANCERINFORMATION LINE: 541-706-7743. CAREGIVERSUPPORT GROUP: 541-536-7399. CELEBRATE RECOVERY BEND: Faith Christian Center, 541-383-5801; Westside Church, 541-382-7504; centraloregoncr.org CELEBRATE RECOVERY LAPINE: Grace Fellowship, 541-536-2878; High Lakes Christian Church, 541-5363333; Living Waters Church, 541-5361215; centraloregoncr.org CELEBRATE RECOVERY MADRAS: Living HopeChristian Center, 541475-2405 or centraloregoncr.org. CELEBRATE RECOVERY REDMOND: Redmond Assembly of GodChurch, 541-548-4555 or centraloregoncr.org. CENTRALOREGON ALZHEIMER'S/

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society. intention. It is about survival "She's got it going on," and band together and survive Taylor says of her character. or fall apart. "She's smarter than me, and "The characters are compliI'm 25. She is such a cool char- cated," Morley says. "The writacter to play." ers have written in so much Shortly into the 13-episode gray, and they take it where I season, viewers are likely to didn't think it would go. Beldecide if they are"Team Clarke lamy is such a very strong or Team Bellamy," Taylor says. character, butheisw eak in so "They have to lock heads only many other aspects." to see who will have any sort The hundred are quickly of leadership. They have to tested. Water that is too green come together and build this contains what could be the

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new world and do it well even though there is so much to do."

the home planet. What sort of world they will find and what

radioactive mutant

Bellamy (Bob M o rley, "Home and Away") is slightly

sort they will create is the basis for The CW's "The 100,"

d escen-

dant of the Loch Ness monster. Skulls that are not quite human are found. There are

definitely other c r eatures a bit of the bad boy swagger. there, and they're adept at hidHe has always been very pro- ing. There's also a two-headed tective of his sister, Octavia deer, most likely another vic(Marie Avgeropoulos, "Cult"), tim of the nuclear disaster. because she was essentially Even main characters, or illegal. characters viewers would asNo one is allowed to have sume would have significant more than one child aboard or lasting roles, do not have the space station. Octavia long life spans. spent her life hidden, and now U ltimately i t wi l l co m e on Earth she is determined to down to how do the hundred be as free as possible, so she — or 99 and sure to be dipping — govern themselves and how instantly takes risks. The action hearkens back to they will live. "A lot of the fun is in the the adults on the space station, who grow increasingly wor- world building and the creried because their progeny are ation of it," Rothenberg says. losing the ties that bind them "We're trying to ground it in — they remove the ID brace- real science as much as posfrom the space station, instantly killed in deep space. lets that track them. sible. Obviously there's some "It is almost like two stoClarke is skilled in many arfiction in our science fiction. eas; she seems to have learned ries," Morley says. "The adults But really, we made a decision healing arts from her mother, in their arc and the hundred early on that it was going to be a doctor, and exudes a natu- on the ground. In a lot of parts, about what the people do to ral senseof leadership. She it's about humanity and sur- each other more so than what believes in a more structured vival and hope and human the world does to the people." Zap2it

older than the others and has

premiering Wednesday. Henry lan Cusick, Paige Turco and Isaiah Washington star in "The The dystopian sci-fi show, 100,"which premieres Wednesday on The CW. which is pronounced "The Hundred," is believable. Set in the near-enough future that if we don't, this is what can one of those books that I could viewers are not required to happen. blame for the fact I'm a writer." "It doesn't mean it will presuspend belief that aliens have The pilot sets up two camps: taken over, the series begins vail, but without it you have Clarke versus Bellamy, and inside the space stations. Af- nothing but chaos," he says. they need to figure out how ter the nuclear apocalypse, 12 This show, Washington they are going to live. Clarke nations forged their space sta- says, "is a drama pretending to (Eliza Taylor, "Neighbours") tions into one. be a science fiction." is an artist in juvenile detenIt is a pretty grim existence. When you have a bunch of tion, though it's not clear why. Chancellor Jaha (Isaiah teenagers and a few in their It seems no one has to commit Washington, "Grey's Anato- early 20s creating a new soci- too great a transgression to be my") is the tested leader, who ety, comparisons to "Lord of considered a threat. makes very tough decisions the Flies" are inevitable. And punishments are fast "I was actually looking to do and final: People are ejected that include sending his son down to Earth. "It is not a morality tale," Washington says."It's a cau-

a 'Lord of the Flies'-like story at the time that this studio sent

ment on this show and what

said at a recent news confer-

'The 100' my way," executive tionary tale. Hey, we can com- producer Jason Rothenberg needs to change. To show the ence. "And it sort of touched all world we have to take a look at how we treat one another, and

those creative erogenous zones. I love 'Lord of the Flies.' It was

TV TODAY 8:30 a.m. on ESPN2, "College Basketball" —Conference championship play is the order of the day today, starting with this final of the America East Tournament. Later on ESPN2, there are title games in the Southwest, MAC, Southland and Big West tournaments, while on ESPN look for finals in the AAC and Big 12 tourneys. 7p.m.onTCM, Movie:"ButtsrfliesAre Free" — Goldie Hawn stars as Jill, a free spirit who moves in next door to Don, a blind man (Edward Albert), in this 1972 romantic comedy. Don has been trying to live on his own, apart from his domineering mother (Eileen Heckart), and Jill

helps him gainindependence. Gradually, love blossoms, and Jill must decide if she wants to live a tamer life. 8 p.m. on 6, "Summer Dreams" — This new documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the NBA's Summer League, an annual exhibition event where rookies and unsigned players show

coachesandteammanagers what they can do on the court. Two rookies — Michael Carter Williams of Philadelphia 76ers and Shane Larkin of the Dallas Mavericks — are prominently featured. Bp.m.onHBO, Movie:"The Great Gatsby" — The classic F. Scott Fitzgerald story gets a typically rule-breaking revision from director Baz Luhrmann in a 2013 version with Leonardo DiCaprio as the wealthy1920s recluse. Gatsby uses neighbor

Nick Carraway(TobeyMaguire) as his liaison to reconnect with Nick's cousin and Gatsby's lost love Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan), whose husband (Joel

Edgerton) is none too pleased

Wife wants aring; manwon't buy it

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you want, then consider buying one portive thing you could do. for yourself. You wouldn't be the Dear Abby: I have a problem first woman to do it, and you won't dealing with shopping mall kiosk be the last.

operators. Many of them are out-

Dear Abby:My girlfriend of 18 months, whom I love with all my heart, just learned an ex-boyfriend

right obnoxious. They block your way and insist that you listen to their pitch or try their product. I

passed away. They dated on and off for 10 years, and she's inconsolable.

find I have to avoid eye contact with them. They might say something nice as I walk by, but if I answer, it is a guaranteed lead-in to a After their rela- sales pitch. tionship ended, she I feel bad for not replying, but it's married s o meone the only way. I know they are tryelse and divorced. I am having a ing to make a living, but I can see really hard time with how she's

their product as I walk by. If it's

logs and enlisted my sister-in-law

handling this. Can you please something I'm interested in, I'll stop to TELL him. He can afford it. But help? and ask. Otherwise, I think they he just won't buy one for me. — Current Mr. Right should respect my privacy. Am I He has been financially helpful in Rhode Island wrong for feeling this way? — Bothered in Tempe,Ariz. to our children and is generous to Dear Current Mr. Right: Your charity. But when it comes to this, girlfriend may not be mourning Dear Bothered: Not at all. If a it's becoming clear that he thinks I the death of her former flame as stranger speaks to you, no rule am just not worth it. I feel unloved much as she's grieving a burial of of etiquette compels you to reply. and deeply hurt. It seems my needs 10 years of her history. Give her When one of t hese salespeople always come last, and this is just time and let her share her feelings starts to pitch you, all you need to one more. Any comments? with you. If you do, it will bring you say is, "Not interested!" and keep — Disengaged in Florida

closer. Do NOT allow jealousy to

walking. However, if someone at-

Dear Disengaged:Yes. Diamonds enter into the picture. (Remember, are minerals that have been market- the man is dead, and YOU are her ed to the public to seem like some- future.) thing more. Do not let this negativeIf her deep grief persists, sugly affect your relationship with your gest she get grief counseling. That husband. If a diamond ring is what would be the most loving and sup-

tempts to physically restrain you, it should be reported to the mall management because that is going too far.

HAPPY BIRTHDAYFORSATUR-

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DAY, MARCH15, 2014:This year you head in a new direction and add to your life possibilities. Be willing to take a well-thought-out risk or two, but curb an impulsive streak. If you follow your emotional and intuitive thoughts, you will land well. If you are single, you could meet someone of life significance in the next five months. Stars showthe kind The less you of day you'll have th i nk about this ** * * * Dynamic encounter, the ** * * Positive better off you will ** * Average be. Take your time ** So-so getting to know * Difficult this person. If you are attached, you are in one of the warmer periods of your relationship. Schedule plenty of one-onone time. VIRGO challenges you a bit too often for your taste.

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extra attentive, caring and open. A friend could have a strong reaction to this person, but don't let it bother you. Tonight: Invite others over for a fun evening.

CANCER (June21-July 22) ** * * You'll speak your mind loud and clear. Others will hear you and respond. You could be shocked by someone who you look up to. You might not like what you hear, but your smile, positive attitude and a touch of sorrow will win the day. Tonight: Out and about.

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** * * You will succeed, especially if you are involved in an important engagement or project. Worry less and just be yourself. Your friends support you far more than you might realize, so be sure to join them later on in the day. Tonight: Enjoy the moment.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec. 21) ** * * You are full of energy and dynamic ideas; however, you might feel as if someone is raining on your parade by mentioning what you must do. Do what you want, and try not to take this person to heart. Tonight: A must appearance.

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the market. It has not been platted because it lacks a sewer system he said. The city expects to finish that project within three years.

Lack. New housing starts are up across all cities in Deschutes

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County, with Bend leading the pack.

Speakers at the event discussed trends in both resi-

Educational institutions are also contributing to the growth

Lelack and Oberst commented on the fine line they strad-

trend both through new construction and expansion activities. These include OSU Cascades, COCC and school districts

dle when trying to balance staffing to accommodate the ups and downs in the real estate market. Oberst said he tries to maintain staff so as not to become an impediment to recovery.

in Redmond and Bend-La Pine. Population growth is another favorable indicator. Deschutes

dential and commercial real estate. Participating speakers represented such entities as local government, the construction

County is No. 4 in population growth in Oregon, behind

Both the City of Bend and Deschutes County lost planning

staff during the recession and are adding employees now to handle the increased demand for building permits. Local government is not the only employer facing hiring challenges.

Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas counties.

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Deschutes County's populationis projectedto reach 240,118 in 2025. In 2012, it was 162,277.

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Both Lelack and Mel Obert, the City of Bend Community Development Director, said that along with growth, both residential and commercial property values had risen and were

In the past, North said workers came from the valley. But with recovery happening in the valley, too, he's not sure that labor force will be available for Central Oregon.

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Powderly said the retail market was also rebounding, as well. In 2011, there were six vacancies in downtown Bend.

Adkissonreferencing the recovery asked the crowd,"Are we back in the bubble?" To answer that question, she cited what caused the bubble, including loose underwriting guidelines, crazy loan products, speculative buying and building, inflated appraisals and home equity loans to finance"lifestyle" — the new boat or vacation. With none of that happening presently, Adkisson believes we are not back in a bubble.

Today, there are zero vacancies. According to Lelack, it will remain important to build on this area's strengths, which include tourism, recreation,

lodging, downtowns and education. They are the foundation for growth, he said. Lelack cited recent investments in Black Butte Ranch,

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She said perspective was needed and reminded the audience when interest rates were in the 18 percent range in the early 1980s. While all the presenters were bullish on the real estate trends in Deschutes County, they recognize the challenges

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Copper Canyon - 3 bd, Great home & shop on Location Location, Lo- S ingle Level, Shop, Tumaio Ranchj 1367 Highland View 2.5 ba in 2350y sf. a huge 0.41 acre lot in c ation! 5 B d rm, 2 .97 Acre Loop - Furnished $549,000 Nice, newer home in Redmond. Sgl story, 3 b ath, 1 6 0 0 sq. f t . • 3+ Bedroom, 2 bath, • 2 homes, multiple outCreekside townhome SW Bend. The Old bdrm, 2 bath, 1792 sq manufactured home buildings with outstanding setguest cottage Mill, river, parks, rec- ft home on a v e ry with add-on's nestled • Paver tile sidewalk & • 33.12 acres, fenced, ting! Patio backs to reation and shopping roomy lot. Updated on 6.5 acres. Living patio cross-fenced large common area • Great for animals or are a short distance beautiful h a rdwood room, dining room, • Cascade Mountain with m a ture l a n daway. Great room liv- flooring, kitchen cabi- kitchen and master gardening views scape, providing a ing that i s l i ght & netry with glass ac- suite h av e n e wer www.johnlscott.com/88 • MLS 201400239 lovely, private backbright. Gas log fire- cents, granite coun- laminate flo o ring. 139 Darrin Kelleher, Broker yard exp e rience. place with slate sur- tertops with tile back Ideal for starter home, Peggy Lee Combs, The Kelleher Group Great room floor plan round. Kitchen has splash and large is- rental property, temBroker 541-480-7653 541-788%029 with soaring ceilings, slate floor, h ickory land. Living room Plus porary home, while John L. Scott floor to ceiling wincabinets, fully appli- Family Room! Forced building a new home. Real Estate, Bend dows, built-ins 8 gas anced and a pantry. air heat with central A great private county www.johnlscottbend.com f ireplace. New f u r Large open loft family A/C. Huge 1380 Sq Ft setting. Shared well, 2 Sisters Horse Property. nace and heat pump. room (currently used shop with 12' roll up storage buildings, 400 10.8 acres w/8+ acres 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, MORRIS as a bedroom by ten- door and storage loft AMP service to home irrigated 1 419 sq f t . ML S pas t ure, REAL ESTATE ants). Larger fenced will work for your RV! and 100 AMP service large home w/sepa201400649 $219,000 SC' ~ y~ ~ ~ d rear yard for enter- Fenced b a c kyard, to pump house. This rate guest quarters. Robyn Fields, Principal Vacation 24/7 taining, kids & pets. storage shed and lots is a m ust p review Mt. Views, p rivate Broker, Eagle Crest Chain link fence dog of paved parking area. property, if you do, • Beautiful primary or Properties setting and g a ted. second home, 1 971-255-9866 e nclosure 8 sm a l l ¹201401030 John L. you will see its potens torage shed t o o . Scott Rea l E s tate tial. $212,000. MLS $675,000. owner Scott McLean, $ 143 500 - 3 be d 541-548-1712 • 3043 SF, many up$249,000. ¹201400038 Principal Broker room, 2 bath, 1234 • 0 • • MLS¹201401159 Bobbie Strome, grades 541-408-6908 sq ft in great north Great location. Great • Conveniently located, Bobbie Strome, Principal Broker Realty Executives Redmond location. bones in this 3 bdrm, Principal Broker John L Scott Real very quiet area MLS¹201401199 2 b a t h Re d mond Estate 541-385-5500 • Lots of privacy, great John L Scott Real Skyliner Summit j Call Travis L. Hanh ome. 1920 sq. f t . Estate 541-385-5500 for entertaining $393,000 Lovely SW Bend w/large utility room www.sharona.johnlscot nan, PC, Principal • 2525 sq.ft. Broker Custom with Cascade w hich could b e a Craftsman! t.com bedroom, 3.5 bath 541-788-3480 views, Corian, Vac, computer room, too. • 3 bed/2 bath, 2054 sq. •• 4 Sharon Abrams, CRS, .11 acre lot Redmond RE/MAX bayed wind o ws, Step-down v a u lted ft., open living space • MLS 201309912 Principal Broker, Land & Homes dbl-attached garage, living room w/wood- • Fenced backyard, 541-280-9309 Darryl Doser, Real Estate 2 0x24 s ho p wi t h stove. Attached large landscaped w/sprinJohn L. Scott 541-771-7786 overhead door, hot shop 8 2-car garage. klers Real Estate, Bend t ub r o o m , lar g e Oil monitor for heat- • Great location, close HOMES PRICED FROM www.johnlscottbend.com f enced area. M L S ing w/above ground to Old Mill, schools, TURN THE PAGE i CROSSING > $431,QQQ $739, tj!00 Vacation Condo 2013057'I 7. $299,000 oil tank. $ 2 99,900 river trail For More Ads • 2 bedroom, 1 bath - Call Nancy Popp, • $269,000 www.ang¹201306715. The Bulletin • Large loft Principal Broker iecox.johnlscott.com John L. Scott Real 2203 NW Lemhi Pass Dr. MORRIS • Pool, tennis 541-815-8000 Estate 541-548-1712 Angie C ox , B r o ker REAL ESTATE Candice Anderson, $169,900 - 1657 sq. • Central courtyard Crooked River Realty 541-213-9950 ft. Newer 3 beroom Broker 541-788-8878 Handsomely appointed John L. Scott • Large great room Deschutes River + den, master suite John L. Scott in Vista Meadows. 3 Real Estate, Bend • Master on main level Skyliner Summit j w/walk-in c l o set, Canyon j $625,000 Real Estate, Bend bdrms, 2 baths, 2013 www.johnlscottbend.com $465,000 • Bright interior • 3329 sq.ft. custom www.johnlscottbend.com slider to back patio. s q. ft. , h i g h e n d • 2355 sq.ft. newly upLiving room w/gas home Madras Hwy, • Priced at$649,900 stainless appliances dated The Washington, NW fireplace • 4 bedroom, 3 bath Reduced to $250,000. • 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath and light fixtures. New DIRECTIONS: West on Shevlin Park Rd., Redmond. Main floor • 2.44 acres MLS¹201309588 fencing. $2 7 9,900 22.3 acres within the • Covered porch, landleft on NWCrossing Dr., left on NW master suite w/sitting Call Kelly Starbuck, • MLS 201309953 city limits, 21.1 acres ¹ 201300620. Jim room, walk-in closets Lemhi Pass Dr. scaped Principal Broker Diane Lozito, Broker of irrigation rights. Hinton, 541-420-6229 • MLS 201400224 in all rooms, 3 bed, 541-771-7786 541-548-3598 Hwy frontage, Central Oregon Realty 2175 NW Lolo Dr. 2.5 bath, 2147 sq ft. 541-306-9646 Redmond RE/MAX dividable/backs to Group, LLC MLS¹201310072. Land & Homes • Elegant & spacious Ochoco Creek. $299,000 Jim Hinton, Real Estate MLS ¹201307351 Home on 4.9 Acres• Main floor abovestreet Central Oregon Re541-771-7786 Extremely well main- Winderemere Swifterra • Master on main level a lty G r o up , LL C 150 NW 4th St., tained 3 bdrm 2 BA173 Highland Meadow 541-420-6229 • Central courtyard b ath s i ngle s t o ry Prineville, OR. MORRIS Loop - Smith Rock • Priced at$7$9,900 541-447-7502 h ome on 4 . 9 f l a t Whispering Pines. 3 REAL ESTATE views! .30 acre lot, REAL ESTATE acres. 2208 sq. ft., bdrm, 2 bath property DIRECTIONS: West on Skyliners Rd., 2321 sq ft, 3 bdrm, rock fireplace, dbl ga- Mt. Bachelor Village j has complete perim- 2.5 bath, triple car right on Mt. Washington Dr, right on $349,500 Deschutes River View! rage, gas fireplace, • 1194 sq.ft. condo fencing and is garage. $402,777. NW Lolo Dr. Spacious Home in The eter • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths central air & m ore. Cliffs $279,900 - Light neat and well main- Lynn Johns, Principal • 2392 sq. ft. on 1.5 AC, MLS¹ 201 3 10722• 2 bedroom, 2 bath tained with trees and Broker, 541-408-2944 8 bright interior, huge I 3 tax lots $345,000. Pam • Fully furnished Central Oregon walk-in pantry, three shrubs. Home h as • Large kitchen & open Lester, Principal Bro- • MLS 201400901 been lightly lived in 1899 NW Monterey Mews Resort Realty car tandem garage. Bonnie Savickas, beam vaults ker, Century 21 Gold • Charming cottages MLS ¹ 20 1 3 08975. and has a wonderful Broker, EPRO, SRES www.Jackson-AnderCountry Realty, Inc. sunroom and appeal- $199,900 - Enjoy this Call Vicci B o wen, • 2 & 3 bedroomplans 541-408-7537 beautiful view f rom son.com 541-504-1338 ing floor plan with 541-410-9730 • High end finishes Candice Anderson, l arge deck, s h o p the Sisters to Smith Central Oregon Realty Broker 541-788-8878 Call The Bulletin At • Central location building is a p prox. Rock on the deck of Group, LLC John L. Scott 541-385-5809 4000 sq.ft. w/ 4 12x12 this townhome. This • Homes pricedfrom$329,900 Real Estate, Bend S unburst Park - I m - d oors and a m a n h ome comes f u r Place Your Ad Or E-Mail 5!R5CTIO!t¹:West on NWNewport www.johnlscottbend.com At: www.bendbulletin.com MORRIS maculate single level door. The is a com- nished with a p pliIR Ave./NW Shevlin ParkRd., right on NW REALESTATE 3bd, 2ba, 1630 sq ft plete office w/bath, ances, washer, dryer Desert Skies j Pence Ln., left on NW Monterey Pines home on nearly 0.46 r ec, k i tchen a n d and refr i gerator. Horse Property 3 bdrm, $319,000 Dr. Property on right. MLS¹201100663 acre featuring panm eeting room i n 2 bath, 1823 sq. ft., • 3110 sq.ft. NE Bend j $249,500 Eagle Crest oramic Cas c a de cluded in the 4000 d bl garage on 2 . 3 • 1728 • 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath sq.ft. Properties views. Rear yard is sq.ft. This property is acres, pellet stove, • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath • Hardwood & tile floorHIDDEN 866-722- 3370 fully fenced; includes a must preview, must 61089 Ruby Peak Ln. l iving a n d bo n u s • .16acre corner lot ing a paved RV parking see facility. The shop 2 215 Condor D r >HILLS> • Vaulted great room r oom, central a i r , • MLS 201309188 • MLS 201309293 site with (2)-30-amp and dwelling have 2-stall barn/tack room, Amy Halligan, Broker • Attractive finishes Northwest Craftsman Jane Strell, plug-ins & a sewage separate electric hay storage, fenced in private gated • Vaulted master 8R Broker, ABR, GRI 541<10-9045 dump. Great room is m eters. Shop a n d home and cross fenced, RV at Eagle 541-948-7998 • Island kitchen vaulted and light & d welling share t h e community cover. $29 9 ,900. Crest. Reverse-living bright with a wood- Avion water meter, floor plan thoughffully • Priced at$824,900 ¹ 201401392. Pam 4I stove (also plumbed 2nd gar a ge/shop designed to capture Lester, Princ. Broker, DIRECTIONS: South on Brosterhous for gas if a gaslog 1025 sq.ft. $499,500. gorgeous views of the C entury 2 1 Gol d Rd., left on Marble Mountain Ln., left on MORRIS fireplace is desired). MLS ¹201400070 Country Realty, Inc., m ountains, lan d Ruby PeakLn. Kitchen & utility room MORRIS REAL ESTATE Bobbie Strome, 541-504-1338 scape & tree tops. are also plumbed for Principal Broker REAL ESTATE Quality construction 61662 Daly Estates Dr. gas, if that is your John L Scott Real Just Listed!!! Updated IM~ dy ~ ~ OI y d g racious rooms & • Bright southern exposure 1701 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, New Construction! Sgl. preference for cook- Estate 541-385-5500 beautiful fin i shes Duplex - $309,900 story home, 1724 sq. ing or clothes drying. 2.5 bath home, open • Open floor plan throughout. P r ivate 747 • NE Bend single level ft. 3/2 move-in ready! Jenn-Air range, Mayliving with pellet stove, • Laminate wood floors guest rooms will ac• 3 bedroom, 2 bath Landscaped with tag r efrigerator 8 Southwest Bend Homes low maintenanceback c ommodate lar g e • Large kitchen • 2 bedroom, 2 bath sprinklers & fenced. Amana d i shwasher yard, dog run, extra or gu e sts. • Priced at$2$9,900 • Fenced yards & 2-car parking. $235,000. $189,900. ¹201304779. were installed in 2007. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2110 family Large lot with easy to tandem garages Pam Lester, Princ. Large walk-in pantry sq. ft. home, 3-car ga- care DIRECTIONS: From Hwy. 20 East, south Scott McLean, for landscape. www.johnlscott.com/44 Broker, Century 21 too! MLS¹ 201401439 rage. $399 , 999. One-of-a-kind home! Principal Broker IRIII II M II I on 27th St., right on Capella Pl., right on 02 Gold Country Realty, $317,300. 60826 Scotts Bluff, 3 541-408-6908 Daly Estates Dr. b e d rooms, 2 . 5 Kellie Cook, Broker Inc., 541-504-1338 Bobbie Strome, High Lakes Realty & b aths, Realty Executives sq f t . 541-408-0463 Principal Broker Property M a nage- MLS 2204 2013 0 9730 John L. Scott John L Scott Real ment 541-536-0117 Keystone Ter r ace.Newer large home on $359,900. 1/4 acre, 3000 Estate 541-385-5500 Real Estate, Bend 1472 NW Portland Ave. Three fully occupied almost Robyn Fields, Principal 749 www.johnlscottbend.com 3182ysf tri-plexes lo- sq. ft. 3 b d rm, 2I/~ • Ready for 5.8 kW solaarray r Broker, Eagle Crest Sunriver j $549,000 bath, landscaped and Southeast Bend Homes just a fe w fenced with RV gates. • 2264 sq.ft. Properties • Bright southern exposure Going Green at T he cated blocks from shopping 971-255-9866 Greens! Be a u tiful the facilities of Juni- $299.900. • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath M MR • Fully remodeled, updated Nottingham Square 1300 contemporary single & ¹ 201304622 Pam • .30 acre sq ft nicely updated 3/2, 227 Highland Meadow • View of city 8 Paulinas per Park. Exterior of level custom Red- buildings have vinyl Lester, Principal Bro • MLS 201400042 backs to canal, 2 car gar. Loop, beautifully situ• Priced at$46$,000 JackJohns, mond home w/new siding and are neat ker Century 21 Gold 20747 Canterbury, FSBO, ated lot! 2681 sq ft, 3 I OIRECTIOIt¹:West on NWNewport „M r - A I solar power. Quiet and Country Realty, Inc. $210,000. 541-390-1579 bdrm, 2.5 bath, triple attractive. cul-de-sac, easy acAve., right on NW11th St., left on NW car garage. $433,388. for each tri- 541-504-1338 cess to Hwy 97. Light $325,000 Portland Ave. Want to impress the Lynn Johns, Principal plex. New Listing! $199,900 & Bright kitchen with MLS ¹201309427, relatives? Remodel Broker, 541-408-2944 • 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths61117 Snowbwsh Dr. granite countertops, Central Oregon 201309433, high ceilings your home with the eating bar, stainless . Formal LRand DR 201309444 Resort Realty • Fenced, sprinklers, help of a professional appliances & til e . Granite tile counters Bobbie Strome, F/B yards flooring. Family room from The Bulletin's $244,000 - Recreate all REAL ESTATE Principal Broker . Family room w/ fireplace .5 • Large kitchen, breakw/gas fireplace & year round when you "Call A Service John L Scott Real . Large fencedbackyard fast bar, pantry built-ins PLUS a Liv- Estate own this lovely 3 bed, II 541-385-5500 www.johnlscott.com/12 Tetherow Crossing Professional" Directory 2.5 bath Forest Green • Priced at$360,000 ing Room. Spacious 100 Country horse propmaster bed r o om La Pine j $154,900 townhome. Fully furDIRECTIONS: South on Brookswood Peggy Le e C o mbs, erty is fenced & cross 750 w/vaulted cei l ing,• 1704 sq.ft. nished & r eady to Blvd., right on SW Hollygrape St., left on Broker 541-480-7653 fenced w/New Zealmove-in! large closet, walk in • 3 bedroom, 2 bath Redmond Homes SW Snowbrush Dr. and electric fence 8 shower & access to • 1 acre, near La Pine John L. Scott MLS¹201310566 Real Estate, Bend electric gate. Views of $260,000 - Beautiful the rear deck. Extra State Park Eagle Crest 8 Tournament Ln. www.johnlscottbend.com Cascades, p r i vate u pgraded deep 2 car garage. • MLS 201310343 Properties cha l e t • Golf course view setting, 40x60 shelter w/double garage lo866-722- 3370 Screened RV parking. Rachel Lemas, Broker • Master on main level for horses, 20x30 hay ¹201400490. John L. NOTICE cated on the 18th hole 541-383-4359 • High vaulted ceilings $249,900 - 2236 All real estate adverstorage, 40x60 chain Scott Rea l E s tate of the R idge Golf 541-896-1263 • Wood-burning fireplace 541-548-1712 tised here in is sub- link dog pen. 2 pro- Course at Eagle Crest Sq.ft., 5 bdrm home suite on • Priced at$459,900 ject to th e F ederal pane gas free-stand- in Central Oregon. w/master each level. Living Golfers Retreat! Handing stoves, 1 in family MLS ¹201301534. DIRECTIONS: Cottonwood Rd. west from Fair Housing A ct, room w/gas f iresomelyupdated home which makes it illegal and 1 in living room. Hwy. 97, right on E CascadeRd. At Circle Eagle Crest place. RV parking & over looking the 5th to advertise any pref- Wood blinds through10, take E Cascadetoward Circle 9. ConProperties MORRIS unique gar den. fairway i n Ri v er's erence, limitation or out, hardwood floors, 866-722- 3370 tinueon E Cascadetoward Circle 7. Left REAL ESTATE MLS¹201306110 Edge. Open f l oor discrimination based carpet 8 vinyl. Close on Winners Cir., right on TournamentLn. 3 bdrm, 2-bath 1486 sq. Call Kelly or Virginia, plan, spacious masIM~ dy~ ~ OI d on race, color, reli- to Deschutes River. Principal Brokers ter, large back deck, ft. home on 1 acre gion, sex, handicap, $368,000. 1612 NW 11th St. La Pinej $85,000 541-923-0855 786 with Cascade views, convenient to shopfamilial status or na- ¹201400248. • 2 bedroom, 1 bath • Central WestSide Redmond RE/MAX c overed porch, o r ping. $415,000. John L. Scott Real tional origin, or intencabin Land & Homes • Outdoor living areas Scott McLean, ganic garden, potting tion to make any such Estate 541-548-1712 • Well & septic on site Real Estate Principal Broker shed, dbl. g a rage, • Hardwood floors preferences, l i mita- The Davis, NW Red• 10 flat, treed acres 541-771-7786 54'I -408-6908 arden shed, fenced. tions or discrimination. mond 3 bdrm (den or • Upstairs bonus room • MLS 201310161 Realty Executives 184,500. MLS $263,900 - A great 2 We will not knowingly 4th bdrm), 2s/R bath, • Priced at$380,000 Kelly Neuman, 201307988. Call accept any advertisedroom 2. 5 b a t h Principal Broker 1929 sq f t . h o me. Nancy BULLETINCULSSIFIEDS Popp, b DIRECTIONS: From downtown, west on ing for r eal e state home to relax in while 541-480-2102 Open great r oom, 54'I -815-8000 Search the area's most which is in violation of tons Newport Ave., right on NW11th St. staying at Eagle Crest of cabinet space Crooked River Realty comprehensive listing of this law. All persons in kitchen, 2nd floor Resort. Enjoy all the classified advertising... are hereby informed Ridge amenities Eagle Crest rm, $291,000. 10264 Sundance 65 SWAllen Rd ¹B real estate to automotive, that all dwellings ad- laundry Northwest has to of fe r! 201307047. Jim Loop • Townhomestyle condo merchandise to sporting vertised are available ¹Hinton, MLS¹201306058 c ontemporary w i t h 541-420-6229 MORRIS goods. Bulletin Classifieds on an equal opportu- Central Oregon Realty stunning panoramic • New carpet, paint I Eagle Crest appear every day in the REAL ESTATE nity basis. The BulleProperties • Hardwood floor views. Walls of winGroup, LLC print or on line. tin Classified IMR M d y ~ ~ OMM d 866-722- 3370 dows 8 luxurious fin• Near OeschutesRiver 8 Call 541-385-5809 ishes throughout this 295 Vista Rim Dr. En• Priced at$349,900 Bend j $545,000 Say Rgoodbuy" www.bendbulletin.com LAZY RIVER SOUTH • NW gorgeous cu s t om R emodeled 3535 y 2168 sq.ft. Pahlisch ergy Star home built DIRECTIONS:From Parkway, exit Colorado I Ifli Ill l l ' I » l i t ! to that unused home. Park-like setI jIjjllII built |jIjljllll' Sq.ft. home with 4 Sage in Vista Rim! The Bulletin Ave., right on SW Simpson Ave., right on ting with waterfall and by S«vidd CentralOregon sinceISOI bdrm + officeand 3 • 3 bedroom, 3 bath item by placing it in NW Craft s man SI!y Bradbury St, left on SWAllen Rd. mature l a ndscape. baths. Master bath • Hardwood floors, w/great room plan, The Bulletin Classifieds Expansive c overed contemporary luxury Great Bend single level with large jetted tub & granite kitchen 20140 Red Sky Ln. deck overlooks pri- finishes & home nestled on a new tile shower. Me- • MLS 20140'I 052 wood vate backyard. 4 car floors. Designed quiet cul-de-sac close dia room, family room, Debbie Johnson, Broker 541-385-5809 • Gated golf communiIy for garage with RV bay an a c t ive fa m ily to the popular Lark- h uge kitchen w i th 541-480-1293 • 2.5 landscapedacres and workshop. Perspur trail featuring 3 handcrafted cabinets • Two master suites T he W i ndsor, N W fect for entertaining & w/mud room, full size bdrms, 2 bath, 1423 & granite counters, & utility room Redmond - Main floor guests with 2 master pantry •Bonusroom,den/of fi ce sq. with nice tile, new walk-in pantry, sun0 w/extra built-ins. Den den/4th bedroom, lots suites, 2 bonus rooms paint in and out, great room with hot t ub. • Priced at$819,000 8 extra bonus room of natural light, eating & home offi ce.4 bedoffice area, large in- Home has cedar eves DIRECTIOI48:From Hwy. 97 S., exit Baker MORRIS bar in kitchen, land- rooms, 3. 5 b a t hs, w/walk-in closet. Ensulated garage and a with copper accents. Rd., left on Knott Rd., right on ChinaHat joy tranquil setting on REAL ESTATE scaping, 3 bdrm, 2s/R 4 702 s q f t . ML S great large deck to E xterior siding o n the pond & peaceful Rd., right on SunsetViewDr., right on bath, 2235 s q ft. 201307976 $799,900. enjoy. Lot is .26 acre home, garages 8 of n e arby Red Sky Ln. $309,900. Call Jim Robyn Fields, Principal sounds and is easy to main- storage bldg have just water feature f rom Secluded Serenity Hinton, 541-420-6229 Broker, Eagle Crest tain with the sprinkler been painted. Watch your back patio. Exto Bend Central Oregon ReProperties system. All this at the the wildlife from the • 35 close acre and 14 acre alty Group, LLC pansive views east of 971-255-9866 "sell fast price" of wrap-around deck or Smith Rock, mtns & $ 235,000. 42 4 S E go to your private ac- • irrigation city lights from front. arenas and a round Hard to find single story $103,000 - 3.39 acres Mustang Place, Bend. c ess to 300y f t o f 2 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1491 r eady f o r you r Plumbed for central Heather Hockett, Bro- Little Deschutes River • pen sq. ft. on almost 1/4 HOME! MLS¹ v ac. H e at/cool i s barn with stalls ker, 54 1 - 420-9151 frontage for fishing, 60x60 acre in great location 201100749 Cal l ductless system. 2 and hay storage C entury 2 1 Gol d swimming or floating. • House d d bedrooms, 2 b aths, ttNRIttor af the y~r ¹ is close to 1700 close to t rails and Travis L. Hannan, Country Realty. $495,000 sq.ft. parks. $199 , 999 PC, Principal Bro1 919 sq f t . ML S MLS¹¹201309267 ¹ 201401175. 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• Stunning Shevlin Ridge one level home, large 3-car garage • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3456 SF • Mountain inspired custom home • Upscale popular neighborhood • Gorgeous craftsmanship • Large kitchen, living space • Expanded deck & landscaping for rear privacy MLS¹201310941 Call Brian Ladd, Principal Broker l 541-408-3912

• Handcraftedcherry cabinets, bookcases, mantle & entertainment center • Box beam ceilings

home w/ lovely finishes • Open floor plan w/ spacious kitchen & great rm, living, & main level master suite • Oversized 3 car garage w/shop & storage! • Views of Rivers Edge Fairway, the 13th tee & mtns •Enjoythe privatedecking& m anufactured gardens. • Directions: Mt. Washington to Fairway Heights Dr. MLS¹201308552

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• Unparalleled masterpiece designed by Neil Huston • Home takes full advantage of the views • Gorgeous stone and wood accents • Soaring windows capture the light • .96 acre lot with expansive views • 3 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 4525 SF MLS¹201307713

• 563 acres with Cascade Mtn views • 368 acres irriqated from "Blg Bertha Well" 3 pivots, 7 wheel lines • Crops include winter wheat, turf and seed crops • Improvements include: 1578 SF country home, office, 3720 SF shop/machine shed • Property is seven legal lots - additional building sites available • Productive & income producing farm-call for details MLS¹201300346

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

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Sandy Kohlrnoo, Broker, GRI, CRSl 541-408-4309

Call The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team,

Call Psm Msyo Phillips, Principal Brokerl 541-480-1513

Call Brian Ladd, Principal Brokerl 541-408-3912

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Awbrey Park Home ( $679,000

1265 NW Remarkable Dr. ( $750,000

Close to Town Country Living ( $815,000

Located on Mirror Pond! ( $1,299,000

• Master on main, 4 bedroom, 3 full baths • Gourmet kitchen w/eatlng bar • Lower level entertainment area • Private yard, nothing can be built below • M ountain views • Attached 3-car garage '"' MLS¹201401383

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• TerriFiclot in AwbreyRoad Heights • Great proximity to downtown • Build yourdreamhome • .2acrelot • 619 NW Powel Butte Lp

Lot in Supep Hot Tetherow / $212 ppp Lot 33 on Cozy Dryer Couk • Flat, easy to build lot is tucked into the eastern edge of Tetherow, called The Glen, allowing for privacyand quiet but close enough to all the amenities Tetherow has to offer • Tetherow community is more than an award winning golf course, it offers open spaces, miles of trails and direct access to Deschutes National Forest just minutes from downtown Bend! MLS¹201310156

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Call Erika Stratton-Sanzone, BrokerI 541-280-8388

Call Chris Sulak, Broker I 541-350-6164

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Chalet Style Near Sunriver ( $249,000

Quail Pine Estates ~ $282,000

17940 Parkway Lane ( $350,000

Call Ken Renner, Principal BrokerI 541-280-5352

• Completeremodelincluding kitchen, bathrooms, floo/ing paint(interiorj, decks • A/C and wired for hottub • large greatroom,woodburningstove, high ceilings • Openkitchenareawithbreakfasthar • Masterbedroomwith sitting area&deck • I/2 acrelandscapedlotwith sprinklers, 2-csrattachedgarage • Commu nity clubhousew/river access&park • Additionalinfoatwww,sunriverdreamcom

• GreatSW Bend location • Nicely treed lot and neighborhood • Single level with great room layout

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Call Chris Sperry, Principal BrokerI 541-749-8479 chris@chrissperry.com www.chrissperry.com

22899 Alfalfa Market Rd. ( $350,000

• Permitted GP Building w/livlng quarter/loft

• Single level, 2202 SF • 3 bed, 2.5 bath, plus bonus

• Bath, laundry area, septic, well & pumphouse • RV hookups inside & out, 100 amp breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend

room & office • 4.07 acres w/2.5 acres COI Irrigation • 1200 SF shop, plus a 2-car attached garage • Quiet, private setting • Partial mountain views! MLS¹20140175B

• Build your dream home while you live in loft area or your RV • MLS¹201105898

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The Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team, Brokers

Call Joanne McKee, BrokerI 541-480-5159

Call Jordan Grandlund, Principal BrokerI 541420-1559

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541-312-4042 I www.TeamNormaAndJulie.com

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Peaceful Sunriver Location ( $439,900

60481 Snap Shot Loop ~ $469,750

19664 Aspen Ridge Dr. ( $499,900

Custom Pahlisch Built ( $489,000

• New construction,luxurytownhome • 4bedroom,3.5bathroom • 2540 SF &2-car attachedgarage • Granite, hardwood &tile throughout

• 17613 (¹10)SparksLane,Sunriver • 4 bed/2.5 bath,2305SF •Decksonlevelsand lotsofpaved parking area • Charming greatroomdesign • Lava rockfireplace, vaulted wood ceiling • Close to SHARC aquatic & the

541-948-5196 www.PointswestBend.com

• Stunning RenaissanceHome • 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3-car gal'age • 3354 SF on a .24 acre lot • Finest of finishes > • Gourmet kitchen • Open & bright floor plan • Large outdoor living • Community pool & park Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO 541-480-4186 I melanie@melaniemaitre.com

On the Rim Whychus Creek "Sisters" ( $645,000

Brand New Construction In Tetherow

• Easy living inapark-like setting • Ownerprivilegesat Seventh Mountain Resort • Next to WidgiCreek&theDeschutes

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Call Jordan Grandlund, Principal Broker 541%20-1559 or Stephanie Ruiz, Broker

Call Greg Barnwell, Broker I 541-848-7222 www.gregsellscentraloregon.com

Stones Throw to River ( $525,000 • • • • • • •

Dramaticfoyer & living area Exquisite master suite 3346 SF Beamed cathedral ceilings & loft 4 bedrooms, 2 full, 2 half baths Beautiful extensive decks Top end hot tub

•Customhome,3 bed,2.5 bath • Single level 2773SF • Open floor plan w/upgrades • Stunning views, 2.5 acres • Large backdeck • Oversized 2-cargarage MLS¹201310275

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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker I 541-848-7222

Call Rod Hatchell, Broker I 541-728-8812

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60868 Yellow Leaf • Shop/RV garage • 5 bedroom • No HOA's • Close to CE Lovejoy's Shopping Center • Priced to sell MLS¹201401095

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Call or text Jane Flood, BrokerI 541-350-9993

3129 NW Colonial Drive ( $748,000 Beautifu l3107 SF custom Prairie Style home on a .64 acre lot Mt. Hood, Jefferson, Eastern mtns. Bi City views

Slab granite, hardwood floors & windows galore Lovely wrap-around cedar deck Don't miss this incredible home!

Call Natalie Vandenborn, BrokerI 541-508-9581 Nvandenborn¹¹gmail .com

18815 Peony Place ~ $980,000 • Beautiful custom Widgi Creek home • 3 suites, master on each

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Stunning North Rim Home ) $1,550,000 3412 NW Greenleaf Way • 4 bed, 4.5 bah, 5294 SF • Chef's dream kitchen

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1349 NW 18th Street • 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1159 SF • Triple car garage • Newly remodeled kitchen • Open floor plan vv/vaults • Fenced & fullylandscaped

Call Nicolette Jones, Broker l 541-241-0432

Call Brian Ladd, Principal BrokerI 541-408-3912

Nicollete.jones@cascadesothebysrealty.com

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61543 Aaron Way • Just completed - end of street • 1872 SF, 3 bed, 2. 5 bath w/loft • Bedrooms, laundry room & large loft up • Hardwood floors, gas fireplace w/bujlt-ins • Great location off Brosterhouse - near shopping,schools and easy access to Old Mill • Adjacent to20' path easement MLS¹201400414 Call Myra Girod, Brokerl 541-815-2400 or Pam Bronson, Broker I 541-788-6767 myra.pamteam©cascadesir.com

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Cascade Call A Service Professional ner lot, near firehall. MLS Redmond. 3 bdrms, 2 h ome wit h cargo container. $24 4 ,900. small Powell Butte $79,900. Call Linda baths, good condition. shops. Realty, Dennis Hani$189,900 $79,900. MLS¹ find the help you need. School. Cen- ford, Princ. Broker $79,500. MLS Lou Day- W right• 9.95 acres G arage has b e e n High Lakes Realty & Charter 20140064. Call Linda www.bendbulletin.com 201305511 Cascade 541-771-285 Crooked • Mountain views M a nage- tral location commut- 541-536-1731 converted to l i v ing Property Lou Day-Wright. 541ing distance to Bend, Realty, Dennis Hani• Borders 190 acres C r o oked River Realty space. $189,900. ment 541-536-0117 Prineville & Redmond. Lake Front P roperty Central Oregon, Prinev- 771-2585 ford, Princ. B roker ¹201308901 John L. 1 5924 Jackpine R d . River Realty public land ille. Grandfathered-in with Bre a t htaking a bad package at 541-536-1731 The Bulletin's • MLS 201311050 Scott Rea l E s tate $40,000 2 bedrooms, Not $ 279,900! 1052 5 Views! $89 5 ,000. one acre building sites 20+ ACRES in West "Call A Service Greg Miller PC, 541-548-1712 near town on .94 acre. F leming Rd. Cal l Remodeled in 2006. on paved dead end Powell Butte Estates, Professional" Directory Broker, CRS, GRI High Lakes Realty & Heather Hockett, PC, Loft area, spacious road. Ideal summer gated Mfd./Illlobile Homes Creekside Townhomeco m munity, is all about meeting 541-408-1511 Property M a n ageretreats for snowbirds master suite, 3 fireBroker, Century 21 mtn. views, private 1871 sq ft, 3 b e d- ment 541-536-0117 with Land or year round living. Gold Country Realty, places, 4 bedrooms, 2 your needs. rooms, 2.5 bath, awewell, paved roads with 541-420-9151 bathrooms, 4500 sq ft Power & water, wild- access t o BLM. some location on the 15951 Tallwood Ct 3 bdrm, 2 bath mobile Near to mtns, riv- $169,000 Call on one of the creek, upgrades ga- $214,900. 3 bdrm, 3 16751 SW Dove Rd. in on 6.8 acres. MLS¹ life. MLS home for sale or rent. ers & lakes. 6 miles to 2 01400129. Dav i d professionals today! 201305077. lore, main level mas- bath, bonus r oom, CRR, One level 2500 Private, along COI caMORRIS hospital & shop- Pam Lester, Principal shop. High Lakes Re- sq. ft. c ustom log Franke, 541-420-5986 new ter. $254,900. nal. 541-389-2636 ping. $34,500. Terms. 32.42 Acres in Urban REAL ESTATE Central Oregon Realty alty & Property Man- home on 4.9 acres. B roker Century 2 1 Lynn Johns, Principal For sale by owner. Growth Bo u ndary, l~ ~ ~ dyy m d Cute as can be 2 bdrm, Group, LLC Gold Country Realty, Broker, 541-408-2944 agement Floor to ceiling win 541-350-4077 Adjacent t o The 2 bath, extra building 541-536-0117 Inc. 541-504-1338 Central Oregon dows with views of the Large home with guest Views! Views! Views! Greens, kitty corner to out back. LandscapResort Realty Mtns. Hickory hard quarters. 4bdrms, 3 Hager Mountain Estates 13601 SW Canyon Dr. new Ridgeview High $149,900. Flat, open, ing and much more! 1 6045 Strawn R d wood & t ile f loors, baths, on 5.27 acre 4 lots, $25,000 each lo- 1.13 acres in CRR, School. buildable 9.7 acres in $73,000. 2 bdrm, 1 $7 5 0 ,000. MLS 20' I 303383. Culver! 10y Acresin Silver Lake. Butte. $120,000. bath, .84 acre, ready gourmet kitchen incl. horse property fenced cated Mt. Jefferson views, MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 Powell MLS Set-up for horses, Underground power cherry cabinets, gran and x-fenced, shop for TLC. High Lakes owner w il l c a r ry. Pam Lester, Principal ¹201310923. D a v id 201303383. Linda Lou 3-stall barn, numerand conduit for phone ite counters, farmers area with s t orage. Franke, 541-420-5986 & Pr o perty ¹201106385 Broker, Century 21 Day-Wright Broker ous o u t buildings, Realty and internet. Views of $58,500 sink and stainless ap $369,900. Call Gail Management Juniper Realty Gold Country Realty, Central Oregon Realty 541-771-2585 guest quarters & Hager Mountain. Seppliances. The stacked Day 541-306-1018 541-536-0117 Group, LLC 541-504-5393 Inc. 541-504-1338 Crooked River Realty more. tic feasibility for stanrock w o o d-burningCentral Oregon Realty MLS¹201305577 dard system. The fireplace is perfect for Group, LLC Call Charlie or Need to get an ad area is a spor!sman's these chilly days. ¹201401229 Virginia, Principal paradise. $499,999 ¹201208751 Near Smith Rocks, gorin ASAP? Brokers Bobbie Strome, Juniper Realty, geous 3 bdrm, 3 bath, 541-350-3418Redm Principal Broker 541-504-5393 sq.ft. $694,000 ond RE/MAX Land John L Scott Real Fax It to 541-322-7253 Overlooking C rooked 3880 ¹ 201300784. Cal l Estate 541-385-5500 & Homes RealEsRiver Gorge, Im Linda Lou Day-Wright. tate 541-771-7786 The Bulletin Classifieds maculate home on the 541- 771-2585 Crooked Half acre commercial lot near Sunriver near E agle C r ee k Go l f r im features a s pa River Realty Course Chalet - 1447 16565 Beesley Pl cious & open great New carpet & p a int store, restaurant and other bu s i nesses. sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 $209,000. 3 bdrm, 2.5 room design, a large eady to move i n . Now only $45,000. baths, new hardwood bath, 1800 sq.ft., 2 car bonus room with a full rQuiet location 3 bdrm, Scott McLean, floors & heat pump, garage. High Lakes bath, a spacious mas 2 bath on 5.16 fenced Principal Broker double car garage. Realty & l a r g e gu e s t acres. Private well, Pr o perty t er, 541-408-6908 18th Fairway of the bdrms, newer paint, close to golf course. Management Realty Executives Ridge Course, 541-536-0117 carpet and flooring in $185,000. 6760 SW $269,000. side and new exterior B uckskin, in C R R . NW Bend Lot j Lynn Johns, Principal 1715 Mare C ourt paint, a circular drive, $149,000 Broker, 541-408-2944 $145,000. 1809 sq. ft., immac. landscaping MLS 201310512. • .37 acre lot 3 large bdrms, 30x60 with irrigation system, Juniper Realty, Central Oregon • Possible Smith Rock & 541-504-5393 shop. High Lakes Re- a fenced and irrigated Resort Realty alty & Property Man- garden area, chicken New listing! Country sgl Mtn views • Near community colagement Eagle Crest Resort coop, attached ga level 3 bdrm, 2 bath lege 1792 sq ft Desert Sky 541-536-0117 rage with shop space, home on 5 acres and MLS 201401078 Home - Cascade 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 2-car central heat, pellet is newly painted in- •Carolyn Priborsky PC, Mountain views, ga- garage, 2.3 a c res, stove and exc. pri side & out. New floor Broker, ABR, rage wit h s t orage 146504 Bills Road. vacy. $260 , 000 coverings, va u lted FOr 27 yearS, EVergreen haSfOCuSed On PurChaSe buSineSS, So We CRS, GREEN above, 2 b e droom, $79,900. High Lakes ¹201308441 living room ceiling and 541-383%350 2.5 bath, large bonus Realty 8 knOW a thing Or two abOut the unique needS Of real eState John L. Scott Real even wire shelving in room, luxury upgrade Management Pr o pertyEstate 541-548-1712 the closets and panPrOfeSSiOnalS and homebuyerS. package in c ludes 541-536-0117 Db. attached ga14198 SW Nine Peaks try. h ardwood & sl a t e rage with opener ha That'S Why We'Ve deVelOPed an infraStruCture With SyStemS and flooring, granite tile 4 bdrm/2 bath, 1755 sq. Pl., CRR Mtn. views lots of s pace a nd MORRIS 1 . 2 7 a c r e. from this 1960 sq. ft., shelves. Fairly seculkitchen counters, Al- f t. o n PrOCedureS that allOW uS to quiCkly PrOCeSS lOanS So that We CIOSe REAL ESTATE der cabinetry, ceiling $79,000 52360 Whis- 3 bdrm., 2 bath home ded but close to town, fans & more. HOA p ering Pines H i gh on 1.16 acre. 936 sq. raised garden beds, dy ~ ~ ~ d On Time and aS PrOmiSed'. In faCt, Our entire PlatfOrm iS dues include most Lakes Realty & Prop- ft. garage has a shop large corral, pig pen Residential engineered to CIOSe PurChaSe tranSaCtiOnS in 14 dayS". Man a gement area plus 2 bays. RV and chicken coop, exterior maintenance erty Building Lots covered storage & & all landscaping. All 541-536-0117 too! $259,900, 4055 • Marsh Hawk Rd .48 $12 9 ,500 NE Walnut, Redmond. resort amenities are 5 1325 E v ans W a y . carport. acres OWWII, paved Teamwork, strength and focus: that's what included w/ownership. 1836 sq.ft., 1.12 acre, MLS 201208272 Heather Hockett, Bro- s treet, $49,5 0 0 Juniper Realty, $259,500. you get when you work with Evergreen. city utilities. $235,000. ker, 54 1 - 420-9151 MLS¹201103380 541-504-5393 Lynn Johns, Principal C entury 2 1 Gol d • Lost Ponderosa Rd., Lakes Realty 8 Broker, 541-408-2944 High Property M a n ageLook at: Country Realty. La Pine 1 . 0 acres Central Oregon ment 541-536-0117 Jct. p aved Bendhomes.com Sgl. story 3 b drm, 3 Wickiup Resort Realty $50, 0 0 0. for Complete Listings of 51375 Evans Way bath 1680 sq. ft. home street, MLS¹201310270 Forest Greens Town- $65,000. A- f r ame,Area Real Estate for Sale on 4 acres with 3 acre • Marsh Hawk Rd .51 home - 1484 sq ft, 3 outbldgs, RV hook-up. state w ater r i ghts acres OWWII, paved ;„, 4d bedrooms, 2.5 bath, High Lakes Realty & 1 45241 Corral Ct. La Updated home w/vi dx"&Stq Pine, 3/2, 1620 sq.ft., $59,900 great room floor plan, Property M a nage- mfd home on 1.65 nyl windows, carpet St, MLS¹201301'I 16 fully furnished w/hot ment 541-536-0117 and laminate floors, acre, shop. $139,900. F/A furnace, A/C heat • Auklet Dr .49 acres, tub. Golf course set52571 Doe Lane, La High Lakes Realty & pump and wood stove c leared & rea d y , Kevin Pangle LindaFisher-Berlanga Brad Haun Lisa Hawes ting. $227,900 Pine, 850 sq. ft. 1.13 Property M a n age- heat. Trex deck, com $64,500 NMIS 89521 NMLS210118 NMLS221546 NMLS404405 Lynn Johns, Principal acre, RV pole barn. ment 541-536-0117 MLS¹201307999 Broker, 541-408-2944 piete u n d erground Clyde Browning, $94,500. High Lakes 152671 Long PrairieCentral Oregon sprinkler system, pri Realty & Pr o perty Principal Broker, Resort Realty $ 249,000. 4 b d r m, vate well and 1600 sq. 541-480-4520 Management ft. shop plus 1080 sq. 3.55 a cres, h o rse 541-536-0117 Eagle Commercial Large Bonus Room ft. barn. Fenced and barn, arena. H igh Real Estate $223,900. L ot s o f 61746 Rock View Lakes Realty 8 Prop- x-fenced. $379,000. natural light. 4 Bdrm, $99,700. Home, shop, erty ¹201400236 Ridge At Eagle Crest j Man agement 2d/~ Bath, spacious super clean! H i gh 541-536-0117 John L. Scott Real $119,900 rooms, freshly Lakes Realty & PropEstate 541-548-1712 • .38 acre lot painted. Dual p an- erty Ma n agement1.56 acres, 1620 sq.ft. • Views to north and 771 MarkLong WendyPangle Sheryl Rhoden Tastefully done spatries. Call Jim Hinton, 541-536-0117 east 541-420-6229, Cencious home sitting on NMLS208965 NMLS208295 NMLS 221299 Lots • Close to upper aththe CR rim, dble gatral Oregon Realty New Construction in letic facility Sunriver - Rare op- rage with a ttached$25,000 - $65,000. • MLS 201307552 Group, LLC TWO lOCatiOnS SerVing all of Central OregOn p ortunity to ow n a tack room and horse S pectacular lots i n Greg Floyd PC, Broker Roomy single l evel brand new home in stall. Located off a Yarrow subdivision, 541-390-5349 home on a large lot in Sunriver in a superb paved road. $229,000 the newer developStonehedge in Red- location which backs MLS 201309151 ment in the east hills mond. Open floor plan to a large common Linda Lou Day-Wright. 685 SE 3rd Street, Bend, OR 97702 Iv!L-3Z3-I0 of Madras. Very near with vaulted l iving area. 5 bedrooms, 4.5 541- 771-2585 the new aquatic Cenroom Plus a family b aths, 2700+ sq f t . 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2.2ACRE SINNESENDj $39S,DDD LYNNE CONNELLEY • 1967 sq.ft. BROKER CRS • 2 b edroom, 2 bath

1T ROB INSON • 2344 sq.ft, energy efficient • ' 3 bedroom 2 bath BRpKER • 4.1 acres 541-971-5811 • MLS 201401049

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541-408-6720 • MLS 201401494

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541-408-3773 • MLS 201309912

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ELKHORNRIDGE j $315,000 MICHE LLETBDELPC, • 2245 sq.ft. home BROKER, ABR, E-PRO

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541-390-3490 • MLS 201308088

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541-312-7271 • MLS 201310090

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541-410-4938 • MLS 201306446

541-420-5170 • MLS 201400288

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541-706-1897 • MLS 201310611

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541-480-1922 • MLS 201309843

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541-322-1500 • MLS 201400429

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ELKHORN ESTATES j $259,000 • 1364 sq.ft. single level

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• COMMERC IALBUILDING$1.80/sf PAULAVANVLECK • Excellent visibility

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541-948-5880 • MLS 201309261

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541-419-8900 • MLS 201310861

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Event Coordinator / Sales& fyiarketing A newBehavioral Health Center is Juniper Golf Course, in Redmond, is seekopening in the Bend/ ing a Event Coordinator / Sales and Marketing La Pine area. All posiCandidate must have 3 years experitions available, including: person. ence in sales and marketing. Must be able to • Counseling Staff prepare event contracts, facility tours, meet• Dietary ings with clients, event management with em• Housekeeping phasis on effective operations, controls, com• Maintenance munication, team management and financial • Support staff 375 reporting for banquet and restaurant operaPROMPT D ELIVERY Clerical Meat & Animal Processing •Competitive 541-389-9663 benefits and tions with a hands-on style. This role demands a dynamic, polished leader that fosters wages. Please email Little Bit of Texas Sauinteracts at the highest levels of Seasoned Juniper sage, 8 links to t t/t-lb. your letter of interest and relationships, the community, and has the ability to repreresume to $150/ cord rounds; pkg, $10; 3 or more pkgs, Emil @kleancenter.com sent Juniper Golf Course with the utmost stan$170/ cord split. ea. 830-822-3945 dards of service, integrity and professionalism. Delivered in Central © $8 We deliver in Bend! Candidate must also have general computer OR, since 1970! Call knowledge. (Word, Excel, Outlook, & POS eves, 541-420-4379 Instructors - Part-time Systems). 269

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OSU-Cascades, in Bend, is recruiting part-time We are a Drug Free Workplaces. Applicant will instructors in the disciplines of Sociology, be required to pass a pre-employment backPsychology,Biology,and Spanish to teach on ground check and drug screen. EOE a term by term basis in the 2014/2015 academic year. T h ese a r e f i x ed-term Please email resume to: appointments w/renewal at the discretion of sbratcher@playjuniper.com the Dean. Salary is c ommensurate with or mail to: education and experience. Juniper GolfCourseEvent Coordinator/Sales Required qualifications: MS, MA, Ph.D. or 1938 Syy ElkhornAve., Terminal degree in d iscipline or c losely Redmond, OR97756 related field and evident commitment to cultural diversity & ed u cational equity. Clerical/Office Preferred qualifications include teaching experience at the college or university level. We are looking for a full-time employee that is resourceful and self-motivated to assist a Applications should be received by 04/30/14. large staff and write daily clerical reports. This To review posting and apply, go to website: person should like working in a fast-paced h ttp://oregonstate.edu/jobs a nd revi e w environment and be able to meet tight deadposting number 0010921. lines on a daily basis. Prior writing or editorial experience preferred. OSU is an AA/EOE. Organization, flexibility and a high level of computer proficiency are essential. A solid knowledge of keyboard short-cuts and a typing speed of at least 50 WPM is required.

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Dodge Ram 2500 2008 Diesel, excellent towing vehicle, 55,000 miles. New batteries, rear air bags, Roll-n-lock bed cover, spray-in liner. 5th wheel hitch available, too. $19,000. 541-604-1285

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Mazda Miata 1997 M-edition Mica Green, 5-spd, original interior 8 exterior. All power options, leather, convertible boot, Tonneau Cover 114K miles, synthetic oils, new timing belt © 81K, & more! $5995. 541-548-5648

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The Bulletin Daily print edition for Saturday March 15, 2014

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