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bendbulletin.com TODAY'S READERBOARD Fish on drugs — Traces of a common medication changed the behavior of perch in a recent study. Such chang-

es could havemajor ecological consequences.A3

• La Pine: Did you glimpsemeteori a te recently? If so,an expert wants to know By Scott Hammers The Bulletin

Afghanistan withdrawal — As operations wind down, getting all the equipment out of

the country is creating a logistical nightmare.A4

Four days before the meteor explosion over Russia that injured an estimated 1,200 people, another errant rock from space may have passed though the skies above Central Oregon.

Although details are few, according to the account shared with Lynn Carroll from theOregon Observatory in Sunriver, at around 10:45 p.m. Sunday, a group of children camping in their backyard in La Pine saw a blazing orange fireball

streaking across the sky directly overhead. Traveling west to east, the fireball was visible 12-15 seconds, roaring like a jet before splitting into roughly eight

still-glowing pieces. Carroll said Wednesday that the children's father,

who was inside the house at the time, saw the curtains light up as though night had briefly turned to day. As of Friday night, efforts to contact first-hand observersofthe fireball were unsuccessful. See La Pine/A6

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• Russia: Siberia sees the largest recordedmeteor strike in morethan a century

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Young and insured? Preparefor 'rate shock' By N.C. Aizenman The Washington Post

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WASHINGTON — Many young, healthy Americans could soon see a jump in their health-insurance costs, and insurance companies are saying: It's not our fault. The nation's insurers are engaged in an all-out, last-ditch effort to shield themselvesfrom blame for what they predict will be rate increases on new policies they must unveil this spring to comply with President Barack Obama's health care law. Insurers point to several reasonsthatpremiums will rise. They will soon be required to offer morecomprehensive coverage than many currently provide. Also, their costs will increase because they will be barred from rejecting the sick, and they will no longer be allowed to charge older customers

The contrail of a meteor that exploded over Russia on Friday is seen from the city of Chelyabinsk. The bus-size meteor set off the largest explosion of its kind in more than a century, at least according to Western scientists. And even more unusual for an incoming meteor, it caused numerous injuries, mostly from flying glass, as the shock wave violently jolted Chelyabinsk. Based on preliminary calculations, the asteroid weighed about 7,000 tons and was about 50 feet in diameter when it entered the atmosphere at 40,000 mph, said Peter Brown, a professor of physics at the University of Western Ontario.

sharply higher premiums

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than younger ones. Supporters of the law counter that concerns about price hikes are overstated, partly because federal subsidies will cushion the blow. The insurers' public relations blitz is being

They're hopeful Friday's cosmic coincidence — Earth's close brush with a 150-foot asteroid, hours after the 50-foot meteor

propelled by a growing cast of executives, lobbyists, conservative activists and state health officials. They increasingly use the same catchphrase — "rate shock" — to warn about the potential for price

surges. Aetna chief executive Mark Bertolini invoked the term at his company's recent annual investor conference, cautioning that premiums for plans sold to individuals could rise as much as 50 percent on average. See Insurance/A5

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Region onthe men, stea ily By Lauren Dake The Bulletin

SALEM — After experiencing one of the nation's biggest dives in the housing market, CentralOregon's economy has stabilized and begun a slow-but-steady rebound, state economists said Friday. "Bend obviously suffered a severe recession, but the prospects for long-term growth in the area remain good," said Josh Lehner, a state economist, after giving a revenue forecast to state lawmakers Friday. "The things that attracted people to move there, those are all true and good ... It's an attractive place to live." New construction has nearly doubled in the last year in Bend. "It is absolutely turning around," Lehner said. It's not close to reaching the same levels it did before the housing bubble burst, but the free-for-all ha s stopped and building permits and construction have spiked. "It's been depressed for a long time, but we're getting impressive growth rates," Lehner said. See Economy/A5

Girl breathing on her own after surgery By Heidi Hagemeier The Bulletin

• What's going on? Cosmicoi c ncidenceshavepeople talking, and maybeworried Bulletin wire reports CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A space rock even bigger than the meteor that exploded like an atom bomb over Russia could drop out of the sky unannounced atany time and wreak havoc on a city. And Hollywood to the contrary, there isn't much the world's scientists and generals can do about it. But some former astronauts want to give the world

struck in Russia — will draw attention to the dangers lurking in outer space and lead to action, such as better detection and tracking of asteroids. "After today, a lot of

people will be paying attention," said Rusty Schweickart, who flew on Apollo 9 in 1969, helped establish the planet-protecting B612 Foundation and has been warning NASA for years to put more muscle and money into a heightened asteroid alert. Earth is menaced all the time by meteors, which are chunks of asteroids or comets that enter Earth's

"After today, a lot of people will be paying attention." — Rusty Schweickart, former astronaut atmosphere. But many if not most of them are simply too small to detect from afar with the tools now available to astronomers. The meteor that shattered over the Ural Mountains was estimated to be 20 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. It blew out thousands of windows and left about 1,200 people injured

Inside • Meteors, meteorites, asteroids: a Q-and-A,A6 in Chelyabinsk, a city of I million. And yet no one saw it coming; it was about the size of a bus. "This is a tiny asteroid," said astronomer Paul Chodas, who works in NASA's Near-Earth Object program in Pasadena, Calif. See Meteor /A6

PALO ALTO, Calif. — Lindsey Bingham began breathing on her own Friday morning, roughly 24 hours after surgeons successfully completed an operation to give her a new heart. The 9-year-old Eastern Oregon girl was taken off the ventilator and has been awake, said her father, Jason Bingham. She remains in the cardiovascular intensive care unit of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., which doctors say is standard forthree to seven days after a heart transplant. "She can't eat too much yet," Jason said Friday afternoon. "All she wants is ice." Lindsey's steady, positive recoverycomes atthe same time as troubling news for the

Bingham family regarding the eldest child, 13-year-old Sierra. See Heart/A5

Small farmer takes onMonsanto over seedpatents By Andrew Pollack New York Times News Service

W ith his mere 300 acresof soybeans, corn and wheat, Vernon Hugh Bovtnnan said, "I'm not even big enough to be called a farmer."

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Yet the 75-year-old farmer from southwestern Indiana will face off Tuesday against the world's largest seed company, Monsanto, in a Supreme Court case that could have a huge impact on the future of

genetically modified crops, and also affect other fields from medicalresearch to software. At stake in Bowman's case is whether patents on seeds — or other things that can self-replicate — extend beyond the first

generation of the products. It is one of two cases before the Supreme Court related to the patenting of living organisms, a practice that has helped give rise to the biotechnology industry but which critics have

long considered immoral. The other case, involving a breast cancerrisk testfrom Myriad Genetics, will determine whether human genes can be patented. See Seeds /A8

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It's Saturday, Feb. 16, the 47th day of 2013. There are 318 days left in the year.

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HISTORY

Tiny mutation

Highlight:In1968, the nation's first 911 emergency telephone

may haveshaped

system was inaugurated in Haleyville, Ala., as thespeaker of the Alabama House, Rankin Fite, placed a call from the

modern humans

mayor's office in City Hall to a red telephone at the police station that was answered by U.S.

Rep. TomBevill. In1804, Lt. Stephen Decatur led a successful raid into Tripoli Harbor to burn the U.S. Navy frigate Philadelphia, which had fallen into the hands of pirates. In1862, the Civil War Battle of Fort Donelson in Tennes-

more willing to explore new areas and devoured food more quickly-

see ended assome12,000 Confederate soldiers surrendered; Union Gen.Ulysses S.

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Grant's victory earned him the

nickname "Unconditional Surrender Grant." In 1868, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks was organized in New York City. In 1923, the burial chamber of

King Tutankhamen's recently unearthed tomb was unsealed

in Egypt by English archaeologist Howard Carter. In1937, Dr. Wallace H. Caroth-

ers, a research chemist for Du Pont who'd invented nylon,

received a patent for the synthetic fiber.

In1945, American troops landed on the island of Corregidor in the Philippines dur-

ing World War II. In1959, Fidel Castro became premier of Cuba a month and a half after the overthrow of Fulgencio Batista. In1961, the United States

launched the Explorer 9 satellite. In1987, John Demjanjuk went

on trial in Jerusalem, accused of being "Ivan the Terrible," a guard at the Treblinka Nazi

concentration camp. (Demjanjuk was convicted, but the

conviction ended upbeing

overturned by the Israeli Su-

preme Court.) In1988, seven peoplewere shot to death during an office rampage in Sunnyvale, Calif., by a manwho was obsessed with a co-worker, whowas wounded in the attack. (The

gunman, Richard Farley, is under sentence of death.) In1998, a ChinaAirlines Airbus A300-600R trying to land in fog near Taipei, Taiwan,

crashed, killing all196 people on board, plus six on the ground. Ten years ago:More than 100,000 people demonstrated

in the streets of San Francisco to protest a possible U.S. invasion of lraq. Michael

Waltrip raced past leader Jimmie Johnson to win the rain-shortened Daytona 500

for the second time in three years. Eleanor "Sis" Daley, the matriarch of Chicago's Daley political clan, died at age95. Five years ago:President George W. Bush, on asix-day tour of Africa, made his first

stop in Benin before flying on to Tanzania. John McCain,

the presumed Republican presidential nominee, picked up a total of 50 GOP national convention delegates from

Michigan and Louisiana. One year ago:A federal judge in Detroit ordered life in prison for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a young

Nigerian man who'd tried to blow up a packed Northwest jetliner with a bomb concealed

in his underwear. NewYork Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer

Prize winner, died of an apparent asthma attack in Syria while reporting on the upris-

ing against its president; he was 43.

BIRTHDAYS Rhythm-and-blues singer

James Ingram is 61. Actor LeVar Burton is 56. Actor-rapper Ice-T is 55. International Tennis Hall of

Famer John McEnroe is 54. Rock musician Andy Taylor is 52. Rock musician Taylor

Hawkins (Foofighters) is 41. Olympic gold medal runner Cathy Freeman is40. Rapper Lupe Fiasco is 31.Actress Elizabeth Olsen is 24. — From wire reports

By Eryn Brown

Perch exposed to a common anti-anxiety medication became antisocial, behaviors that could have a significant impact on aquatic ecosystems. By Pam Belluck Traces of a common psychiatric medication that winds up in rivers and streams may affect fish behavior and feeding patterns, according to a study in the journal Science published Thursday. Researchers in Sweden exposed wild European perch to water with different concentrations of Oxazepam, an anti-anxiety medication that can show up in waterways after being flushed, excreted or discarded. Researchers reported that fish exposed to O x azepam became lesssocial and more active and ate faster, behaviors they said could have longterm consequencesforaquatic ecosystems. Scientists who study pharmaceuticals in waterways said the research was intriguing because it examined the potential effect on animals of a specific medication intended to affect human behavior. "It seems to be a solid study with an envi r o nmentally relevant species," said Donald Tillitt, an environmental toxicologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, who was not involved in the study. He said it made sense that a medication that binds with a certain brain receptor in people could act similarly in fish, and the measures of behavior — activity, sociability, boldness and feeding rate — "are all important ones that we like to look at when we're trying to see the environmental effects of pharmaceuticals." Still, because even the lowest concentration of O x azepam in the study was higher than that found in a Swedish waterway t ha t r e searchers tested, "the relevance of their study to the real world is unclear," the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in written answers to questions. The agency said that while "most pharmaceuticals do not seem to pose known risks to humans, animals or the rest of the ecosystem" at the levels they occur in the environment, there are some medications "for which some researchers have noted physiological effects in fish exposed to levels close to t hose occasionally reached in the environment. These include some ingredients used for contraception, hypertension and mood disorders." The agency said that how often this occurs and the possible environmental repercussions are unknown.

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A research team at Umea University in Umea, Sweden, studied perch, like the one shown, to determine potential effects of discarded drugs on marine life. and Zoloft in the brains of fish collected downstream from wastewater discharge in Colorado and Iowa. But some antidepressants that were more common in those waterways, including Zyban and Citalopram, were not found as frequently in the fish.

The study In the Swedish study, researchers first tested perch in the wastewater-treated Fyris River, near the city of Uppsala, and found their muscle tissue contained six times the river's concentration of O xazepam, said Tomas Brodin, the lead author and an assistant professor of ecology at Umea University. Researchers then took baby fish hatched from the roe of wild perch in what they considered a drug-free waterway and divided them into three

groups of 25. One group had no exposure to Oxazepam; the other two were placed in water with what researchers called a low concentration, at three times higher than the Fyris River, or an extremely high concentration, at 1,500 times

adapt to new environments as they spread around the About 30,000 years ago, world. "You can letthe genome a tiny mutation arose in a gene now known as EDAR tell you what's been imporand began to spread rapidly tant in h u man evolution," in central China, eventually said Harvard University gebecoming common in the neticist Pardis Sabeti, senior region. author of the tw o studies This week, scientists at published in Cell. Harvard University offered L iving b e i ng s e v o l v e some explanations for why through a process known the EDAR m utation m ay as s election. O r g anisms have been so s uccessful. with a d vantageous t r aits They observed how the gene thrive, passing their DNA to affects mice, animals long another generation. Harmused in disease research but ful traits die off when their never before for the study of hosts can't live long enough human evolution. to reproduce. The small change, substiScientists can recognize tuting one chemical letter of patterns in DNA that indiDNA for another, may have cate a particular version of helped humans in Asia sur- a gene has spread through vive crippling heat and hu- a p opulation b ecause i t midity by endowing them boosts survival. But those with extra sweat glands, the b eneficial m u t ations a r e scientists reported Thursday usually passed down along in the journal Cell. It may w ith t h ousands o f o t h er also have made people with v ariants t ha t h a ppen t o the mutation more attractive live in their chromosomal to the opposite sex by allow- neighborhood. ing them to grow t h icker That has made it hard for hair or fuller breasts. researchers to determine The research showed how exactly w h ic h m u t ations scientists are getting bet- tweaks conferredthe comter at identifying the DNA petitive advantage. changes that made humans Sabeti and a n i n t ernawhat they are today. The tional group of scientists are analysis also revealed that using multiple techniques mutations in genes involved to dig out the key drivers of in bone density, skin color human evolution in the avaand immune system func- lanche of genetic data made tion were probably impor- possible by faster, cheaper tant i n h e l p ing h u m ans sequencing technology. Los Angeles Times

were unclear for perch, which might benefit from Oxazepam

exposure by becoming more efficient eaters or be disadvantaged because enhanced risk-taking b ehavior m i g ht increase their vulnerability to predators. Zooplankton, algae and other organisms could also be affected by changes in fish behavior, he said. Tillitt, the toxicologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, said, "We're smart enough and we should be able to des ign chemicals that f u l f i ll these same sorts of functions but with less stress on the environment."

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higher. The more Oxazepam they ingested, the more active the fish were, measured by the number of swimming motions in a 10-minute period. They were also less social, spending less time near a section of the tank with other fish and more time near an empty compartment. And they were quicker to grab and eat zooplankton. At the highestOxazepam concentration, fish were also bolder, measured by how long it took them to leave a box in the tank and explore new territory. "Basically, no one left the box beforethey were subjected to the drug," said Brodin, who said he saw the difference when he entered the room each day. The nonexposed fish "were hiding basically," while the others "were out there, greeting me. They were totally different fish."

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The study joins a small but growing body of research exploring the possible environmental impact of chemicals in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and other products. Many of these chemicals are not removed by wastewatertreatm ent plants, which are i n tended toremove bacteria and nutrients, experts said. The topic is difficult to study partly because concentrations of chemicals in w a terways can vary with season, hour and distance from treatment plants, and o t her m e dications in water may influence a chemical's effects. The U.S. Geological Survey has found "intersex fish," or male fish that develop female sexual characteristics, in the Potomac River and its tributaries, raising questions about whether h ormone r esidues might be responsible. A study in the journal Environmental Science and Technology found antidepressants like P rozac

In a s t atement, Matthew Bennett, senior v ice p r esident of th e Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, said the study yielded "somewhat expected results" because of its higherthan-natural c oncentrations. He said the behavioral changes were small, and the study methods contradicted "widely accepted protocols that determine how the low levels of Oxazepam found in the environment accumulate in fish. The environmentalrelevance and potential for long-term impact from this drug, which has been in use for decades, are therefore debatable." Joel A. Tickner, an environmental scientist at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, who was not involved in the research, said he considered the study significant. "These effects may be very subtle," he said, but "what they're finding is it's biologically relevant." Brodin said the implications

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WASHINGTON — P r esident Barack Obama's decision to bring home more than half the U.S. troops in Afghanistan over the next year is setting off intensified debate over an issue with bigconsequences for Afghanistan's future: how long the U.S. and its allies should pour civilian aid into the country. The 12-year effort to modernize and stabilize Afghanistan is by some measures the most ambitious nation-building program ever undertaken by the United States. It is also among the most scrutinized and second-guessed.

The program has given most Afghans access to health care for the first time, even if it is weighed down by corruption and waste. It has drawn violent reprisals from the Taliban but has helped educate a generation of Afghan girls. Accused of fostering a d e p endency culture, it h a s n o netheless provided the foundation for a functioning economy. But with m ost U .S. and NATO troops set to leave by the end of 2014, advocates of continued aid are warning against too precipitous a cutoff of financing from the United States and its allies. They acknowledge that corruption in the Afghan government and b udget-cutting pressure in Congress do not help their cause. "Because we have so many of our own constraints economically right now, there's a huge possibility that Congress will say we're not going to provide $2.5 billion a year indefinitely," said Caroline Wadhams, a senior fellow at the CenterforAmerican Progress, a liberal research group. T he a d ministration a n d other advocates of aid are trying to maintain support for an international plan, agreed to last year among the major donor countries to Afghanistan, to scale back aid gradually so that the Afghan government and other institutions have plenty of time to adapt. "Our record of creating rea lly significant gains in A f ghanistan over the last decade is what is going to enable us to continue to convince Congress and the American people that these investments are worth continuing t o m a k e," s a id J.Alex Thier, who heads the U.S. Agency for International D evelopment's efforts in A f ghanistan and Pakistan. At stake, advocates of aid and other experts say, is Afghanistan's ability to negotiate the next few crucial years, w hen the g overnment w i l l have to wean it s economy, budget and social programs off foreign aid even as it takes over responsibility for security and fighting the Taliban. U.S. development assistance alone exceeds the roughly $2 billion a year in tax revenues collected by the Afghan government. Compounding the economic effects o f d i sen-

gagement is a sharp drop off i n civilian spending by t h e U.S. military, which is a major employer of Afghan civilians and contributes substantially to the nation's gross domestic product.

'Ambitious goals' In a r ecent speech, John Sopko, the inspector general who monitors the cost-effectiveness of the reconstruction effort, said U.S. officials in Afghanistan were keenly aware that the security and economic transitions were linked to each other. "I think it's fair to say that the success or failure of our entire investment in Afghanistan is teetering on whether these two interrelated and ambitious goals can be met," Sopko said. By the broadest measure of accounting for the costs of the effort, the United States has spent $90 billion on aid and reconstruction i n A f g h anistan since 2002, a figure that includes programs run by the U.S. military and the costs of providing security for the effort, according to Sopko's

agency, the Special Inspec-

Odama'splan for withdrawal President Barack Obama said Tuesday in his State of the Union address that he will bring home within a year about half of the 66,000 U.S. troops now in Afghanistan, shrinking the force to the size he found it when he entered the White

House vowing to reinvigorate a stalemated war. More will leave the battlefield in 2014, he said, but he did not spell out what U.S.

military presencewould remain after 2014, when the U.S.-led combat mission is scheduled to end. Obama said that his war

goals could beachieved by bringing 34,000 U.S. troops home by this time

next year, leaving somewhere between 32,000 and 34,000 to support and train Afghan forces. That is about the number in Afghanistan when he took office in January 2009; in a

series of movesdesigned to reverse the Taliban's battlefield momentum, he tripled the total American force before starting to scale it back in the summer of 2011. — The Associated Press

tor General for Afghanistan Reconstruction. By the narrowest measure — money funneled through USAID, the State Department agency that has taken the lead in the civilian aid program — the total is $15 billion since 2002. Obama is likely to seek an additional $2 billion to $2.5 billion for each of the next severalyears to meet the commitments made by the United States at an international donors conference lastyear in Tokyo. The donor countries pledged to provide $16 billion in civil economic assistance to Afghanistan over the next four years, with about half to come from the United States. "The key is how to manage declining aid, mitigate the adverse impacts, and put aid and spending on a more sustainable long-term path," the World Bank said in a report last year. On a practical level, aid programs are already facing constraints because of the military pullback. With f ewer bases scattered around Afghanistan, fewer troops on the ground and reduced air transportation, the military has less capacity to provide security for development teams.

Congressional support Congress will not take up the issue in earnest until later this year. But proponents of continued aid have gained support from an alli ance of Democrats and Republicans eager to protect Afghan women and girls from aTaliban resurgence and to maintain the fragile stability gained by the United States' dozen years in Afghanistan. "It's not going to be easy, but it is possible to make a strong case for strategic investments so that our soldiers will not have died in vain," said Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., a member of the appropriations subcommittee that allocates money for foreign aid. Given the vulnerability of Afghan w omen a n d g i r l s, Landrieu said, support for continued aid from female senators on both sides of the aisle can be "a bulwark against the natural tendency to retrench." But as the debate plays out, some aid advocates say they worry that the problems that have surrounded aid efforts during the war will taint the whole idea of civilian assistance, even though it is only a tiny slice of U.S. government

spending.

"I've often worried that the lesson from Iraq and Afghanistan — and especially Afghanistan — is that we don't know howto do foreign aid and therefore we shouldn't continue to provide aid at the levels we have been," said Wadhams of the Center for American Progress.

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WASHINGTON — Asthe military begins carrying out President Barack Obama's order to cut force levels in Afghanistan by half over the next year, getting 34,000 troops out is the easy part: Just deliver them to an air field, march them by the hundreds onto t r ansport planes and fly them home. But after 11-plus years of war, the accumulated U.S. hardware in Afghanistan amounts to more than 600,000 pieces of equipment valued at $28 billion. In that arsenal are systems that always present challenges to international shipping, including MRAP mine-resistant troop transports and Strykerinfantryfightingvehicles, each built with tons of armor, and heavy tractortrailers and tankers. So far, the heavy vehicles have all been shipped out by air because Afghanistan is landlocked, it has a primitive road system and the Taliban remain strong in many parts of the country. But the real problem to withdrawing from Afghanistan is the same one that has helped make fighting there so difficult: the tenuous relationship with neighboring Pakistan, which offers the cheapest land route to the closest seaport but through border crossings that are unreliable. Logistics officers are only too mindful that Pakistan closed the routes after U.S. airstrikes killed24Pakistani soldiers at an outpost on the Afghan border in November 2011. The routes were reopened only last July after Washington apologized. But U.S. officials hope that up to 60 percent of the hardware in Afghanistan can be sent out by way of Pakistan.

Logistical challenges As Obama delivered his State of the Union message Tuesday night, almost 40,000 armored or other large vehicles remained in Afghanistan. The military

has a goal of bringing out 1,500 of them every 30 days, a target it can reach — in a good month — by air. But there are just 22 months until the U.S.-led combat mission ends in December 2014. It is going to be a challenge, requiring Pakistan to open those border crossings permanently, and it is going to be expensive. The military, of course, is practiced at massive movements of material, and most of the senior officers involved in pulling equipment from Afghanistan — they call the effort "retrograde" — did the job in Iraq. But these officers stress that Iraq offered a sophisticated roadway system and flat terrain. Even more helpful, Iraq borders Kuwait, where U.S. equipment could be stored in large numbers at American bases, and then shipped home on a relatively unhurried timeline. "Afghanistan is not Iraq, and it's harder," said Lt. Gen. Raymond Mason, the Army's deputy chief of staff for logistics. "No. I, it's landlocked. And we have no Kuwait. We have no 'catcher's mitt,' no shock absorber. In Iraq, on the last day, you could still send stuff across the border into Kuwait, and absorb it there." Mason said re-establishing with certainty a pair of ground crossings into Pakistan would allow a larger volume of e quipment to make a faster exit from Afghanistan; the gear would be driven to Karachi, and then shipped by sea back to the United States. He said the first containers of hardware leaving Afghanistan had been driven into Pakistan just in the past few days. "That's the good news," he said. "But it is still very fragile." Maj. Gen. Kurt S t ein, commander of t h e F i r st Theater Sustainment Command, in charge of logistics across the Middle East and Southwest Asia, said there was another land route out of Afghanistan, called the Northern Distribution Network, which r uns n orth through Central Asian re-

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vehicle as they prepare to leave the Strong Point Haji Rahmuddin II outpost in the Kandahar province of Afghanistan on Tuesday.

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publics. But the initial land portion is inconveniently long as it strings toward ports on the Black Sea,the Mediterranean and Atlantic, and presents its own challenges: Railroads are of different gauges, and there are prohibitions on shipping lethal cargo. Regardless, the movement north from A f ghanistan requires passage through the Salang Tunnel, dug into the mountains of Parwan province. The tunnel was a favorite of insurgent ambushes during the Soviet invasion and withdrawaL And, today, U.S. troops are not deployed in Afghanistan's north. "About 85to 90percentofour equipment is south and east of the tunnel," Stein said, noting that the military never relies on what officers call"a single point of failure" like the lone and vulnerable tunnel on the northern exit route.

them if they are not relevant to future wars. Likewise, officers do not want to scrap them or give them to Afghans or other allies — and then have to buy them again if needed in the future. Other challenges remain. Even as forces are withdrawn on a timeline set by Obama, sufficient troops must remain to carry out the mission to train and assist Afghan forces — and to facilitate the withdrawal of the gear, and protect that effort. Senior officials warn that as the number of U.S. troops dwindles, they will be living

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Insurance Continued from A1 They could more than double forparticular groups such as the young and healthy. The danger of "rate shock" has also become the favored weapon of conservative opponents of the law, repeated in a drumbeat of op-eds and policy papers in recent weeks. The argument is a powerful one because the success of the law, which was the signature domestic accomplishment of Obama's first term,

depends on enough people signing up for insurance, particularly healthy people. The issue is surfacing as the most recent significant challenge in implementing the health care overhaul. Supporters o f the l aw complain that the warnings amount to a smear attack by special interests and political partisans, akin to earlier claims that the law would allow bureaucrats to deny lifesaving care to save money. "'Rate shock' is th e n ew 'death panels,'" said Wendell Potter, a former head of communications for the health insurer Cigna who is now a critic of the industry. "They've chosen these words very carefully to scare people. It's the ideal term for what is, at its core, a

fear-based campaign."

Getting more, paying more Yet even analysts who favor the law concede that it will result in higher costs for some

young, healthy people. Most of the new rules that could push up premiums will not apply to plans sponsored

by large employers, only to those sold to individuals and small businesses. These policies will be available on ins urance m a r ketplaces, o r "exchanges," that the law sets up in each state beginning in 2014, and that are ultimately

expected to serve about 26 million people. The law will require insurers to offer a generous package of benefitsfor exchange

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affordable because we want people to p a rticipate," said AHIP's president and chief executive, Karen Ignagni.

tag many will be facing on the exchanges is still an appealing deal, he said — especially in light of the nearly $700 minimum penalty they will have to The subsidy factor pay for failing to get insurance Supporters of the law note by 2016. that it will provide many peoInsurance executives are ple with income-based federal less sanguine that young peosubsidies to help buy insur- ple will buy insurance. They ance and say that this will note that the penalty for not more than offset the impact of h aving coverage will be a s the higher rates. low as $95 for many people in In four of f i v e states he 2014. studied, more people will end They are pressing the adup saving money than losing ministration to issue regulait, said Jonathan Gruber, an tions that would bolster peoeconomist and key adviser to ple's incentives to get insurObama duringthe debate over ance — for example, allowing the health care law. "The typi- plans to charge higher rates to cal case I'm looking at is that people who don't sign up right roughly two-thirds of people away. are better off, once you factor The insurers also want the in the tax subsidies, and one- administrationto delaythe rule third of them are worse off," that limits premiums for older he said. "'Worse off' isn't even customers, to allow customthe rightword to use, because ers with existing policies that you're still getting more gener- don't meet the law's standards ous insurance than you were to keep them longer, and to rebefore." peal an excise tax that the law But many 2 0-somethings imposes on insurance compatoday buy stripped-down innies, which they say will only surance, and that changes the boost premiums higher. "We're very c o n cerned picture. Eighty percent would spend more o n e x c hange about this," said Alissa Fox, policies in 2014 than they do a senior vice president at the on their current, often bare- Blue Cross Blue Shield Assobones, plans, even when sub- ciation, which represents 38 sidies are taken into account, independent insurers. according to the New YorkObama officials have debased consulting firm Oliver clined to say whether they Wyman, which does work for have the authority or inclinaAHIP. tion to grant the industry's If these young and healthy requests. people find the pinch to their Some insurance executives wallets too painful, they could say privately that they hope either go without insurance their public messaging around and pay a tax penalty or take "rate shock" will at least head advantage of a provision in the off what they fear could be a law that allows those under frenzy of insurer-bashing once 30 to buy a h igh-deductible premiums are announced this "catastrophic" plan that will spring. "Let's face it," said an execupresumably be cheaper. Gruber doubts that either tive at one company. "We're option will prove popular. The not exactly everybody's favor$1,600 or $2,000 annual price ite industry."

plans, including coverage of maternity care, prescription drugs and treatment for mental illness. It also caps customers' out-of-pocket expenses. Many 20-somethings who buy their own insurance have plans that are considerably skimpier. So, under the new law, they will be getting and paying for more, whether they want the added coverage or not. Another key driver of higher prices: Insurers will no longer be able to turn away or charge more to people with preexisting conditions. Perhaps most significantly, insurers will be allowed to charge their oldest customers only three times as much as their youngest. In most states, older customers are paying at least five times as much. The result: The price of a policy for a y oung, healthy man in, for instance, Milwaukee, could triple from $58 per month to $175, according to a survey of insurers released by Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the American Action Forum, a center-right think tank, and a former director of the Congressional Budget Office. Insurers argue that such increases could prompt many healthy young adults to opt out of coverage, skewing the insurance market so heavily toward the old and sick that it implodes. The trade group America's Health Insurance Plans, or AHIP, is lobbying for the delay or suspension ofsome of the stricter standards that could increase rates. "We want the system to be

lems, including Lindsey. It wasn't until Lindsey became Continued from A1 ill and was diagnosed last Both girls have been diag- spring that the parents realnosed with dilated cardiomy- ized all their children are in opathy, or DCM, an enlarge- danger. ment of the heart muscle that Throughout the last few causes it to weaken. days, Jason and Stacy said they've received an outpourSierra received a h eart t ransplant i n 20 0 6 . O n ing of support from both Wednesday, she was admit- their Palo Alto and Eastern ted to the cardiovascular ICU Oregon communities. The following a routine test that Binghams l i v e be t w een showed abnormal results. the rural Oregon towns of Doctors now believe that Haines and North Powder. Sierra's body is building up At one p oint T h ursday antibodies against the trans- morning, while Lindsey was planted heart. Jason said the stillin surgery, Jason checked organ might have already his phone. While not all of sustained some damage. the voicemails were new, the Sierra w a s d i s charged woman's voice on speakerfrom the hospital Friday and phone said, "You have four ... Jason said she is energetic, hundred ... messages." "It's humbling, the amount wanting to do her homework and go to sports practice. of support we've received But a team of physicians will from back home," Stacy said. soon meet to chart what steps "Never in a m i l lion years to take and how aggressively would I have imagined that to proceed. kind of support " "I'm going to tell you, that's After t h e c a r d iovascusome pretty hard news," Ja- lar ICU, Lindsey is slated to son said. move into a regular room in "This is a pretty blunt re- the hospital. She might be ality of what a heart trans- able to leave the hospital in plant i s, " h e co n t inued. several months "It's ongoing, with lifelong And when she is ready, Jacomplications." son is going to let her cut the The youngest of the five hair on his chin. Bingham siblings, Gage, 4, As a promise to Lindsey, also has been d i agnosed J ason started growing a with DCM. The other two goatee in June. He said he c hildren ar e h e althy b u t wouldn't cut it until a donor bear the genetic markers for heart was found. It's now several inches developing the disorder. Genetic tests became more ex- long. The Binghams intend act only in the last few years, to make a ceremony ofcutand scientists just recently ting it with the nurses and confirmed that DCM in chil- staff they consider family at dren regularly has genetic the hospital. "This is Lindsey's time," links. When Sierra was diag- Jason wrote Friday afternosed in 2006, the belief was noon on his blog, jasonand it was an i ndividual case. stacybingham.blogspot.com, At that time, the whole fam- "Lindsey's day." — Reporter: 541-617-7828, ily was tested for DCM and none of them had heart probhhagemeier®bendbulletin.com

Economy Continued from A1 Overall, the state of Oregon is projected to see an $87 million bump in tax revenue in the next t w o -year b u dget cycle, economists said Friday. The increase gives lawmakers more money to work with as they craft the state's budget, but the state still falls short by about $700 million to keep stateservices at their current levels. The state's projected budget for the next biennium is $16.6 billion. House Republican l e aders used the state'sforecast to push theneed for reforms to the state's public pension system. "With this revenue forecast, the Legislature can begin to develop the 2013-15 state budget," House Republican Leader Mike McLane said in a statement. "Throughout this process, House Republicans will call for a budget that doesn't raise taxes on O regonians, along with l arge budgetary reserves to protectservices throughout the biennium. Further, we will continue to push for real PERS reforms to put more teachersin classrooms." Economists expect capital gains taxes will be up 44 percent this year, and say corporate income tax c ollections

also are coming in higher than projected. Analysts say it's likely a temporary spike caused by reactions to changes in federal law. "State economists are forecasting slow economic growth and a slight increase in tax revenues," said Rep. Jason Conger, R-Bend, a member of the House Revenue Committee, in a statement. "But this 'recovery' is not generating enough jobs for Oregon families. The Legislature should pass measures to encourage more hiring, and w e m u st focus on growing small businesses and other employers here in Central Oregon and other areas in the state." On the job f r ont, House Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, agreed. "We're seeinga steady pattern of improvement in Oregon's economy," Kotek said in a statement. "Things are looking up for Oregon families, workers and businesses. At the same time, we still need to get more people back to work and will have to make very difficult choices in the state budget. There's a lot of work to do in the months ahead." — Reporter, 541-5541-1162, Idahe@bendbulletin.com; The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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administrator in Chelyabinsk said that more than I million square feet of glass shattered, leaving many buildings exposed to icy cold. And as scientists tried to piece together the chain of events that led t o F r i day's disaster, residents of Chelyabinsk were left to grapple with memories that seemed to belong in science fiction. "I opened the window from surprise — there was such heat coming in, as if it were summer in the yard, and then I watched as the flash flew by and turned into a dot somewhere over the forest," wrote Darya Frenn, a blogger. "And in several seconds there was an explosion of such force that the window flew in along with its frame, the monitor fell, and e verything that was on t he desk." "God forbid you should ever have to experience anything like this," she wrote. At 9 a.m., the sun had just risen on the Ural Mountains, which form a ridge between European Russia and the vast stretch of Siberia to the east. The area around Chelyabinsk is a constellation of defensemanufacturing cities, including some devoted to developing and p r oducing nuclear weapons. The factory towns are separated by g reat expanses of uninhabited forest. As residentsof Chelyabinsk began their day on Friday, a 10-ton meteor around 10 feet in diameter was hurtling toward the Earth at a speed of about 10 to 12 miles per second, experts from the Russian Academy of Sciencesreported in a statement released Friday. Scientists believe the meteor exploded upon hitting the lower a tmosphere and disintegrated at an altitude of about 20 to 30 miles above the Earth's surface — not an especially unusual event, the statement said. This meteor was unusual because its material was so hard — it may have been made of iron, the statement said — which allowed some small

Continued from A1 "It would be very faint and difficult to detect — not impossible, but difficult." As for the three-times-longer asteroid that hurtled by Earth later in the day Friday, passing closer to the planet than some communications s atellites, a s t ronomers i n Spain did not even discover it until a year ago. That would have been too late for preemptive action — such as the launch of a deflecting spacecraft — if it had been on a collision course with Earth. Asteroid 2012 DA14, as it is known, passed harmlessly within 17,150 miles of Earth, zooming by at 17,400 mph, or 5 miles per second.

The sceneofthe explosion The scenes from Chelyabinsk offer a glimpse of an a pocalyptic s c enario t h a t many have walked through mentally, and Hollywood has popularized, but scientists say has never before injured so

many people. Students at the Chelyabinsk Railway I n stitute g athered around a w i n d ow, g azing at the fat white contrail that arceditsway across the morning sky. A missile? A comet? A few quiet moments passed. And t hen, w i t h i n c redible force, the windows blew in. The s t udents c r a mmed through a s t aircase thickly blanketed with glass out to the street, where hundreds stood in awe, looking at the sky. The flash came in blinding white, so bright that the vivid shadows of buildings slid swiftly and sickeningly across the ground. It burst yellow, then orange. And then there was the sound of frightened, con-

fused people. Around 1,200 people, 200 of them children, were injured, mostly by glass that exploded into schools and workplaces, according to Russia's Interior Ministry. Others suffered skull trauma and broken bones. No deaths were reported. A city

La Pine Continued from A1 Both Carroll and Dick Pugh, director of the Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory at Portland State University, believe it's likely the fireball was a lowflying and possibly recoverable meteorite. But so far, the report from La Pine is the only sighting they know of. Pugh said the fact that the fireball could be heard as it passed overhead s u ggests pieces may have made it to the ground intact. "I don't get excited until people start hearing things, and then the fact it lit up everything like a lighting bolt, that's another good sign," Pugh said. Pugh said n early everything has to line up right for a meteor to make its way to the Earth's surface. Meteors enter th e a t mosphere at 35,000-40,000 mph, Pugh said, The density of the air increases as the meteor descends, and the accompanying friction will begin melting the meteor, he said, causing it to glow brightly. Pugh said most meteors are

Did youseeit? Did you observe ameteor around 10:45 p.m. Sunday? A bright light or

unexplained noise, like aIet aircraft? Dick Pugh at the Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory wants to know about it, or

any other potential meteor sighting. Call him at 503287-6733.

too small to survive the fall without burning up completely — those seen in a typical meteor shower are rarely larger than a BB — but those that make it to the ground intact are reclassified as meteorites. "The ideal angle is about 15 degrees, that's what the shuttle tries to hit," he said. "Any shallower and you bounce off the atmosphere, and if it's much steeper, you burn up." Pugh said only one meteorite that was observed falling from the sky has ever been recovered in Oregon. Because most of Oregon is lightly populated, a meteorite fall can go

fragments,or meteorites,perhaps 5percent of the meteor's mass, to reach the Earth's surface. Nothing similar has been recorded in Russian territory since 2002, the statement said. Estimates of the meteor's size variedconsiderably. Peter Brown, a physics professor and directorof the Center for P lanetary Science and E x ploration at the University of Western Ontario, said it was closer to 50 feet in diameter and probably weighed around 7,000 tons. He said the energy releasedby the explosion was equivalent to 300 kilotons of TNT. Meteors t y pically c a u se sonic booms when they enter the Earth's atmosphere, and the one that occurred over Chelyabinsk w a s fo r c eful enough to shatter dishes and televisions in people's homes. Car alarms were triggered for miles around, and the roof of a zinc factory partially collapsed. Video clips, uploaded by the hundreds starting early Friday morning, showed ordinary mornings interrupted by a blinding flash and the sound of shattering glass. Maria Polyakova, 25, head of reception at the Park-City Hotel in Chelyabinsk, said it was the light that caught her

eye. "I saw a flash in the window, turned toward it and saw a burning cloud, which was s urrounded by s m oke a n d was going downward — it reminded me of what you see after an explosion," she said. The blast that followed was forceful enough to shatter the heavy automatic glass doors on the hotel's first floor, as well as many windows on the floor above, she said. Valentina N i k olayeva, a teacher in Chelyabinsk, described it as "an unreal light" that filled all the classrooms on one side of School No. 15. "It was a light which never happens in l ife, it h appens

probably only in the end of the world," she said in a clip posted on a news portal, Life News.ru.

unseen, he said, and a single sighting is rarely sufficient to determine where m eteorite fragments might be found. Any fragments that survived are likely to look something like a charcoal briquette, Pugh said, possibly with small indentations like thumbprints where softer minerals burned up faster than harder minerals. Fragments are likely to be attracted to a magnet, he said, and spread out over an oblong debris field roughly 10 miles by 5 miles. Every report of a meteorite sighting helps researchers like Pugh narrow down the likely location where it fell to Earth. Sightings from communities east of La Pine like Fort Rock and Brothers would be especially useful, he said, though he added it will still be difficult to determine where to start looking with much accuracy. "Ifwe could get 30 observations or can get close, we can figure out maybe which hundred square miles this thing is on," he said.

Meteorites aren't uncommon By Frank Jordans The Associated Press

What's the difference •between a meteor and a meteorite? Meteorsare pieces of • space rock, usually from largercomets or asteroids, which enter the Earth's atmosphere. M an y are burned up by friction and the heat of the atmosphere, but those that survive and strike the Earth are called meteorites. They often hit the ground at tremendous speed — up to 30,000 kilometers an hour (18,650mph) — releasing a huge amount of energy, according to the European Space Agency.

lated city, while the Russian fireball exploded miles in the air, reducing the potential damage. I s there any link b e Q •• tween this meteor and the larger asteroid that passed Earth later on Friday? • No, it's just cosmic co• incidence. According to NASA, the trajectory of the Russian meteorite was significantly different from that of asteroid 2012 DA14. "In videos of the meteor, it is seen to pass from left to right in front of the rising sun, which means it was traveling from north to south. Asteroid DA14's trajectory is in the opposite direction, from south to north," the U.S. space

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agency said. • How often do mete• orites hit Earth? . Experts say smaller . strikes happen five to 10 times a year. Large meteors such as the one in Russia on Friday are rarer, but still occur about every five years, according to Addi Bischoff, a mineralogist at the University of Muenster in Germany. Most of them fall over uninhabited areas where they don't injure humans. • Howbig was Friday's • meteor and why did it cause so many injuries'? • Before it entered the • atmosphere, the meteor was about 15 meters (49 feet) in diameter and had a mass of about 7,000 tons, NASA says. The space agency also says the fireball from it , which was brighter than the sun, is the biggest reported in more than a c entury, since a 1908 event in Siberia. The blast released the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of tons of TNT. The huge release of energy shattered windows and sent loose objects flying. The blast produced 20 times or more the explosive force of the U.S. bomb dropped over H i roshima during World War II. But the bomb detonated just 2,000 feet above a densely popu-

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c a n s c i entists f r o m Fr >day's

strike? . Bischoff says scientists . and treasure hunters are probably already racing to find piecesofthe space rock. Some meteorites can be very valuable, selling for up to $670 per

gram, depending on their origin and composition. Because meteors have remained largely unchanged for billions of years — unlike rocks on Earth affected by erosion and volcanic outbreaks — scientists will study the fragments to learn more aboutthe early universe. Alan Harris, a senior scientist at the German Aerospace Center in Berlin, says some meteorites are also believed to carry organic material and may have influenced the development of life on Earth.

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Former foes on same team: panel to fix voting system By Jeff Zeleny New York Times News Service

WASHINGTON — Robert Bauer and Ben Ginsberg, two of the nation's pre-eminent election lawyers, have long been on opposing sides of legal arguments. In the fall they were quarreling over voter registration, early voting laws and how the debates should be staged between theirrespective clients, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. But for the next six months they will be working side by side on a n e w p r esidential commission, surveying election officials and customer service specialists — possibly from theme parks and other crowded places — to find ways to streamline how Americans cast their ballots and reduce the long lines that kept hundreds of thousands of people from voting in November. The president, in announcing the commission during his State of the Union address Tuesday, noted that the presence of Ginsberg, a longtime

Republican, would lend credibility and move beyond party politics to ensure its bipartisan nature. Dan Pfeiffer,a senior adviser to the president, said the timing of the effort will also

help. Yet since elections are governed by a patchwork of local laws, improvements to voting problems will likely rise or fall on action in state legislatures or county governments rather than in Congress or recommendations by a presidential commission. Several groups that study the voting system applauded the White House for highlighting the issue, but some critics expressed skepticism that improvements would be made simply because ofa presidential commission. "We have long lines at the polls every four years. It's not new," said Elisabeth MacNamara, president of the League of Women Voters. "Sending this to a commission is not a bold step."

T he president, wh o h a s sought to draw attention to voters waiting hours to cast ballots in November, said he created the commission "to improve the voting experience in America." The White House will also name five other people to the commission, aides said. Bauer and Ginsbergdeclined to comment about the commission, saying they wanted to get their work under way first. But associates of both men said they were committed to setting aside their partisan arguments to find common ground on voting problems that affect Republican and D emocratic candidates alike. "The idea here is to help people administer their elections better," Pfeiffer said. "There is a whole set of ideological partisan issues around voting, but on the very specific questions of the administration of elections, that is something that you would hope and believe Republicans and Democrats would want to solve."

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BRIEFING

USCBpresident died Thursday Virginia Reddick, president of the United Senior Citizens of Bend, died Thursday at St. Charles Bend. She was 81.

"It was suddenand shocking," said her son March Reddick, of Bend.

He said his mother died at 2:30 a.m. as the

consequence of amajor stroke. Reddick became president of USCB

around 2000, hesaid. "She devoted her life to

the seniors." "She's probably put in more hours towards the betterment of the

senior community

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• Bill would keep legislators out of public pension systemto avoid conflict of interest By Ben Botkin The Bulletin

Imagine elementary school classrooms packed with 50 students and Bend-La Pine Schools forced to shed 10 percent of its full-time teaching staff. That's the future for public schools absent any major reforms to the state Public Employees Retirement System, according to a presentation from officials about the pension system. Forty attendees heard the outlook — and part of why officials say reforms are needed to the pension sys-

tem — in a town hall meeting on Friday in Bend. The event, sponsored by the Bend Area Chamber of Commerce,had a panel of speakers: Bend-La Pine Schools Superintendent Ron Wilkinson, Deschutes County Commissioner Alan Unger, Sen. Tim Knopp, R-Bend, and Bend-La Pine School Board Member Cheri Helt.

Knopp said he has personally opted out of PERS, though he's eligible for the program as a state legislator. He also said he is backing a bill this session that would

Bll8 I 5 keep future legislators from enrolling in the PERS system. The proposal doesn't force current lawmakers enrolled in PERS off the program, though it would create an alternative retirement plan if they opt out. Knopp said that's a good starting point for reform, noting the potential conflict of interest presented lawmakers who make decisions about PERS that directly impact them. "There's certainly a perceived conflict if not an actual conflict," Knopp said. Knopp said he's seen elementary classrooms with 35 students while touring schools in his district — and they will

end up growing to 50 students if PERS costs soar unchecked. "We have a choice as Oregonians — are we going to fix this problem, or are we going to sacrifice a generation'?" Knopp said. "I don't want to do that." M ark Molner, president of the Bend Education Association, which represents BendLa Pine teachers, attended the event. Afterward, Molner said PERS is an issue that needs a solution, but it's just one part of the economic pressures impactingschools and teachers. Others include freezes to cost-of-living increases and lost contract days through cuts, he said. SeePERS/B5

than any other person in Bend's history, and

her presence will be sorely missed," said attorney Bill Buchanan,

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BRIEFING

Wyden pledges schoolfunding Sens. RonWyden, D-Ore., andMax Baucus, D-Mont, pledged Friday

to secure anotheryear's funding for the Secure

Rural Schools Program. The program, first authorized in 2000, provides federal funds to

primarily rural western communities that have seen funding for their

schools dry up as timber harvests have declined. Historically, timber com-

panies paid royalties for the right to cut on federal land,much ofwhich was

directed to rural school districts to make up for the fact that federal lands

are exempt from state and local property taxes. In a newsreleaseissued Friday,Wyden and Baucus vowed torenew the Secure Rural Schools

who represented USCB.

Program foranother year

"Literally thousands

in order to find time to

and thousands and thousands of hours

develop a longer-term solution. The programcost the federal government $346 million in fiscal year

that were dedicated to

helping seniors, particularly the lower-income seniors who had the

2012, with $102 million directed to Oregon.

greatest need." According to her son,

Senators fight postal plan

Virginia Reddick was born March 26, 1931, in

Milwaukee andattended business college in

Oregon Sens.Jeff Merkley andRonWyden, Oregon Democrats, were among 24senators Friday to challengethe U.S.

Houston. She moved to

Hollywood, Calif., where her family relocated its

printing business. He said she later movedto

Postal Service postmaster general's authority

Huntington Park, Calif., and after working in the

to discontinueSaturday mail delivery without

steel industry becamea

congressional approval. The senators wrote

pioneer in the business side of cellular tele-

Patrick Donahoe urging him to work with

phones. She was married

Congress toaddressthe

briefly in the1950s and

financial challenges facing the post office. The

divorced; she movedto Bend in 1994, he said. Reddick was part of

senators also suggested that switching to a five-

the USCBcampaign

day service weekcould lead to further declines

in the 1990s to raise funds to help build

in revenue, and that the change would hurt rural

Bend's Senior Center,

1600 S.E. Reed Market Road. However, the

communities andmid-

rew Diehl, 28, of Redmond, a Galvanic Event staff employee, tests out the snow jump he helped build

dle-class families. In addition, their letter pointed out that the change isa violation of an existing law under the Continuing

with his co-workers by launching over it on his snowboard in final preparations for WinterFest. See

tion of 2012.

organization in 2012 fell out with the Bend Park & Recreation

District, charging the district shortchanged

the seniors in whose interest the center was built. USCB demanded

a refund of the money

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Page B2 for more photos from the first night of the event and a schedule for the rest of the weekend.

it helped raise, but the district declined.

Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, said Holly Houston, a

manager with the firm. March Reddicksaid a

memorial celebration is being planned. — From staff reports

ROAD CLOSURE Shevlin Hixon Drive will be closed for WinterFest until early

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Stopping mail service on Saturdayswould affect 70,000 jobs. The

change inservice is scheduled to takeplace later this year.

Protester sto ring bellsforclimatechange

St. Francis openhouses

By Dylan J. Darling

St. Francis School in Bend will hold a series

The Bulletin

Bells will ring Sunday in Bend to sound an alarm about climate change, saythe organizers of a march through downtown. The Green Ministry Team at the First Presbyterian Church in Bend, the Sierra Club Juniper Group and other Central Oregon organizations with an environmental focus are planning the rally to coincide with

an event also planned for the same day in Washington, D.C. Gretchen Valido, Juniper Group chair, said she is hopeful the Bend rally will draw 40-50 people. She said those who plan on being there should bring a bell. "It can be little jingle bells ... a cowbell, whatever makes a ding and a ring," she said. The sidewalk march will start at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Troy Field, the ballfield on

Bond Street next to the First United Methodist Church, in downtown Bend, said Thiel Larson,chair ofthe Gr een Ministry Team. From there it will head along Bond Street to Greenwood Avenue before going back through downtown along Wall Street. The march will end at the intersection of Wall Street and Minnesota Avenue, where some speakers will talk about climate change, Larson said.

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of openhouses for pro-

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New communit ygarden planned in Bend Bulletin staff report Bend residents will get a new community garden this

year. The Franklin's Corner Garden project includes a demonstration "rain garden" to capture stormwater, and a design that will make the entire project accessible to people with disabilities, according to a city news release. The garden will be at the intersection of Northeast Eighth Street and Franklin Avenue, on cityowned land. It could open as early as this spring, city Volunteer Coordinator Cheryl Howard wrote in an email. On Tuesday, the city announced it won a $3,500 grant from the Fiskars Corporation, plus a Fiskars tool

kit worth $1,500. The city partnered with the nonprofit Celebrate Bend to apply for the grant; local businesses are also donating materials for the garden. Volunteers will build and maintain the garden, according to the city press release. The garden will also conserve water and teach students from local schools about the benefits of gardening. The city might give preference for some of the garden plots to families in the neighborhood, Howard wrote. For more information about Central Oregon community gardens, visit centraloregonfoodpolicy. org/projects-2/communitygardens.

spective students and

parents. The firstopenhouse will be held from 9 a.m. to1 p.m. Thursday. Ad-

ditional openhousesare scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Feb. 25, and March 5. The event will be held at the school on Northeast 27th Street.

Parents andstudents are encouraged tovisit and learn moreabout the programsSt. Francis School offers for children pre-K through 8th grade.

For more information, call 541-382-4701. — From staffreports

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If yougo What: Bend WinterFest When:11a.m. to10 p.m. today;11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday Where:Old Mill District in Bend (near Les Schwab Amphitheater) Cost:A WinterFest button is $8 at the gate and is required for admission to all WinterFest events. Contact:www.bendwinterfest.com or 541-323-0964 Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin

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Deal easesUmatilla Basinwater dispute By Steven DuBois

The rich farmland of the The Associated Press Umatilla Basin produces peas, P ORTLAND — T h e d e - potatoes, wheat, watermelon cades-longtug-of-warbetween and other crops. Potentially farmers and environmental- valuableacres are leftunused, ists in Eastern Oregon's Uma- however, because of insuffitilla Basin eased Friday when cient water. they, along with tribal interThe nearby Columbia River ests and government regula- tempts farmers with w a ter tors, agreed to a "declaration they can't use because it's tarof cooperation" on a handful geted for hydroelectric power of projects to increase irriga- and salmon. tion water without hurting enBob Levy, a f armer who dangered salmon. grows peas, corn and alfalfa, The deal s i gned F r iday said the water problems will by Gov. John Kitzhaber and probably never go away, but members of a taskforce com- Friday'sagreement represents prised of competing interest progress. "Everything h e l ps," he groups includes water storage projects that could divert said. "The idea is to go slow more Columbia River water in and progress at a speed that the winter, which is less detri- doesn't harm the environment mental to fish than spring and as we move into more agriculsummer withdrawals. tural activity." "There is a path forward The projects that won a conthat allows us to find solutions sensus include: that balance both in-stream • Completing the Umatilla and out-of-stream uses of wa- Basin aquifer recharge projter," Kitzhaber said. ect, which would divert water

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from the river in the winter, when its flow i s h i gh, and store it underground for future use. The governor's office says it should be up-and-running within three years. • Repairing t he W a l l owa Lake Dam, which is now in such poor condition that water levels in the lake have been reduced. Fixing it would allow higher water levels and the subsequent release of more water during irrigation season. The governor's proposed budget seeks $250,000 for feasibility w o rk . C o n struction could be done within five years, but more money will be needed. • Building a Juniper Canyon storage reservoir, estimated at almost 50,000 acre-feet of water, which would be pumped from the Columbia during the winter. The governor's pro-

SPIRIT OFTHEWEST DAY: Meet high desert pioneers, hear their stories and participate in their activities; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65 and older, $7 ages 5-12, free ages 4 and younger; 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www.highdesertmuseum.org. ZWICKELMANIA:Tour11 local participating breweries, speak with brewers and sample beer; shuttle service available for some breweries; free; 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; http:/I oregonbeer.org/zwickelmania. "WE ARELEGION": A screening of the 2012 documentary about the internet"hacktivist" collective, Anonymous, followed bya discussion; free; 2 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, Brooks Room, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-318-8169. MCMANUS INLOVE:A one-man show aboutromance and dating starring Tim Behrens, written by humorist Patrick F. McManus; $30$40 plus fees; 3:30 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www.towertheatre. org. VFW DINNER:A dinner of roast beef; $8.50; 5 p.m .;VFW Hall,1503 N.E. Fourth St., Bend; 541-389-0775. "THE LASTPIRATEOFTHE CARIBBEAN":Children's Theater Company presents a murder mystery dinner theater; registration requested; $15; 6:309 p.m.; The Bridge Church of the Nazarene, 2398 W. Antler Ave.,

"THE METROPOLITANOPERA: RIGOLETTO":Starring Diana Damrau, OksanaVolkova and Piotr Beczala in a presentation of Verdi's masterpiece; opera performance transmitted live in high definition; $24, $22 seniors, $18 children; 9:55 a.m.; Regal Old Mill Stadium16 & IMAX, 680 S.W. Powerhouse Drive, Bend; 541-382-6347. HUMANE SOCIETYOPEN HOUSE: An open house with refreshments, dog and cat adoption promotions, and an animal photo shoot from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; proceeds benefit the Humane Society; free admission; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; HumaneSociety of Central Oregon, 61170 S.E.27th St., Bend; 541-382-3537 or www.hsco. org/. RUN FORCHOCOLATE:A 5Krun/ walk with chocolate aid stations; proceeds benefit the La Pine High School Athletic Department; free for spectators; 10 a.m.; Sunriver Resort, 17600 Center Drive; www.sunriverresort.com/chocolate. BEND WINTERFEST: Winter carnival featuring a big air show, races, a children's area, live music, a fire pit competition, ice and snow sculptures and more; a portion of proceeds benefits Saving Grace; $5$6 for WinterFest button in advance, $8 at the gate, free for Mt. Bachelor season pass holders;11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Old Mill District, 661 S.W. Powerhouse Drive; 541-323-0964 or www.bendwinterfest.com.

Alleged drunk driver is alleged dank rodder — oregon State Police say amanarrested on adrunken driving charge near Eugene turned out to be asuspect in a bank robbery about11 hours

other 5-to-10 years, and money would be needed. T he Co l u mbi a Riv e r Umatilla Solutions Taskforce also supports leasing water from Washington state, and developing a stronger interstate approach to Columbia water with Washington and Idaho. The agreements with Washington are expected to take severalyears, said Eric Quaempts, naturalresources director for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Quaempts said the monthslong process ofreaching the agreement helped everyone understand there are no simple solutions. "But it d idn't get contentious," he said. "I think what

earlier and nearly 500 miles to the south. The police said Friday that

troopers found a largeamount of marked cash whenthey stopped a 1993 pickup about 9 p.m.Wednesdayand confirmed the next day it had been taken from a robbery at a Sacramento, Calif., bank. Police

saidthesuspect,57-year-oldJamesDearofLasCruces,N.M.,was arrested Thursday andheld for extradition to California. Sacramento police say the robber told a teller at the First Northern Bank a bomb was in his backpack and fled on foot after the holdup.

SiCk Cup leaVeS guu at ChurCh —A lawenforcement officer visiting a church in Lebanon got sick in the bathroom, put his gun on

a shelf and didn't retrieve it. TheRev.Frank Moloney of First Christian Church told the Albany Democrat-Herald that church members found the handgun the next morning, Sunday. For a time, Moloney says, they

believed it belonged to ahomeless manwhoslept in the parking lot and had used the bathroom Sunday morning. But during the Sunday

service, church leaders spokeabout finding a "very expensive item," and the deputy claimed thehandgun. Thedeputy wasn't identified.

Expelled student's family plans lawsuit —Thefamily of a student expelled from aSalemhigh school for having a pocketknife has filed notice that it will sue the district. The Salem Statesman Journal reports the family of Robert Mann challenges the district's

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right to expel a student for having a pocketknife when it's legal to carry one outside the school. Mannwas expelled from Sprague High

to appreciate why it's complex, why it's challenging and why posed budget seeks $250,000 you can't just go write a bill for feasibility work. Construc- and get 100,000 acre feet out of tion would not occur for anthe Columbia."

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Email events at least 10days before publication date to communitylife@bendbulletin.com or click on "Submit an Event" at www.bendbulletin.com. Ongoing listings must be updated monthly. Contact: 541-383-0351.

Redmond; 541-460-3024 or www. childrenstheatercompany.net. COMEDY WITHDEAN OLESON: The Seattle-based comedian performs; $10 includes a drink; 6:30-9 p.m.; The Original Kayo's Dinner House and Lounge, 415 N.E Third St., Bend; 541-323-2520. HAVE AHEARTFORBEND FUNDRAISER:Featuring beer and wine tasting, a raffle, live music by the Soul Benders and dancing; proceeds benefit St. Vincent de Paul social services; $35; 7-11 p.m.; Elks Lodge, 63120 N.E. BoydAcres Road; 541-389-6643. MACHETASO PROFANO:The Portland-based metal band performs, with Hive Tyrant and more; $5; 7 p.m.; Domino Room, 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; 541788-2989. "WORKING":Thoroughly Modern Productions and Stage Right Productions present the musical depicting the working lives of everyday people; $21, $18 students and seniors; 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. ARCHAEOLOGYFESTFILM SERIES: A screening of the best films from the 2012The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival, including "The Hobbit Enigma"; $6; 7:30p.m.,doorsopen7 p.m .;Central Oregon Community College, Boyle Education Center, 2600 N.W.College Way, Bend; 541-345-5538 or www. archaeologychannel.org.

CENTRAL OREGONLOCAVORE FUNDRAISINGDANCE:A grand opening party featuring food, drinks, races, a dance party and live music; proceeds benefit the nonprofit's services; free; 8 p.m.; Central Oregon Locavore, 1216 N.E. First St., Bend. TONY HOLIDAY 5 THE VELVETONES:The North Carolinabased blues act performs, with Satori Bob; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W.Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www.reverbnation.com/venue/ thehornedhand. DJ WEATHER:The Portland-based DJ performs; free; 10 p.m.; Astro Lounge, 939 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-388-0116.

SUNDAY BEND WINTERFEST:Winter carnival featuring a big air show, races, a children's area, live music, afire pit competition, ice and snow sculptures and more; a portion of proceeds benefits Saving Grace; $5$6 for WinterFest button in advance, $8 at the gate, free for Mt. Bachelor season pass holders;11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Old Mill District, 66 I S.W. Powerhouse Drive; 541-323-0964 or www.bendwinterfest.com. "WORKING":Thoroughly Modern Productions and Stage Right Productions present the musical depicting the working lives of everyday people; $21, $18 students and seniors;3 p.m .;2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette

Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. JOHN FAWCETTAND AARON PETIT RECITAL:Violinist John Fawcettand pianist Aaron Petit perform classical works; free; 3 p.m.; Foundry Church, 60 N.W. Oregon Ave., Bend; 541647-6875.

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TUESDAY "PUBLISHINGYOUR WORK ON THE INTERNET":BendGenealogical Society presents a program by George Larson; free; 10 a.m.; First Presbyterian Church, 230 N.E. Ninth St., Bend; 541-317-9553 or www. orgenweb.org/deschutes/bend-gs. THE LIBRARY BOOKCLUB: Read and discuss "Will in the World" by Stephen Greenblatt; free; noon; East Bend Public Library, 62080 Dean Swift Road; 541-330-3764 or www. deschuteslibrary.org/calendar. SCIENCE PUB: Learn about new research at Oregon State UniversityCascade Campus, titled "Alternative Transportation fuels: What About Natural Gas?"; registration

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WEDNESDAY LUNCHANDLECTURE: Learn about Northern spotted owls in Oregon, bring a sack lunch; included in the price of admission; $12 adults, $10 ages 65and older, $7ages 5-12, free ages 4 and younger; noon-1 p.m.; HighDesertMuseum,59800S.U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www.highdesertmuseum.org. CHEW ON THIS: FOOD FACTS AND CONSIDERATIONS: A presentation by health and human performance professor Owen Murphy covering various aspects of food production and consumption; free; 4-5 p.m.; Central Oregon Community College, Hitchcock Auditorium, 2600 N.W. College Way,Bend; 541-383-7786 or www.cocc.edul.

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NEWS OF RECORD p.m. Feb. 13, in the19300 block of Laurelhurst Way. Theft —A theft was reported at 12:20 p.m. Feb.13, in the1800 block of Northeast Lotus Drive.

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

Oregon State Police Vehicle crash —An accident was reported at9a.m. Feb.14, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost 162. Vehicle crash —An accident was reported at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 14, in the area of U.S. Highway 20 near

Bend Police Department Theft —A theft was reported at 7:48

milepost 82. DUII —Jeffrey R. Ford, 50, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants at 8:45 p.m. Feb. 14, in the area of U.S. Highway 97 near milepost141.

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ture of a wide variety of products, including paper, clothes and rope. Its seed oil can be used in food, paint and pharmaceuticals, among others. For those opposed to the kind of marijuana legalization recently approved in the states of Washington and Colorado, it's critical to emphasize that this is a separate issue. This bill doesn't tackle the larger question roiling in many states — including Oregon — about marijuana legalization. Nor does it have anything to do with medical marijuana, which is legal in more states. This bill simply corrects a failure of the federal law to distinguish between marijuana and hemp. Its approval would allow American farmers to produce this lucrative crop, bringing jobs and profits home from overseas. As Wyden commented in presenting this bill, "Unfortunately, there are some dumb regulations that are hurting economic growth and jobcreation, and the ban on growing industrial hemp is certainly among them." Well said.

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seek leviesfor police ommissioners in three of Oregon's most financially strapped counties will put a piece of their problem squarely in voters' laps come May when they ask for local option levies to help keep their law enforcement systems afloat. If history is an indicator, the commissioners have a tough sales job ahead of them. Lane County commissioners decided this week to ask voters for money to beef up services at the county jail, a facility designed for 255 inmates that currently houses only 83. In Curry County on the Oregon coast, meanwhile, voters will decide the fate of a levy designed to keep public safety services at their current levels. In Josephine County, the proceeds of a levy would expand the number of available jail beds and pay for some other public safety services, as well. All three counties face similar hurdles in getting their levies passed. Lane County voters have rejected nine consecutive public safety levies since 1998. Josephine and Curry counties, with the lowest and second lowest property

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tax rates in the state, respectively, also are near the bottom in median incomes among Oregon counties. The median income is the one squarely in the middle value of all incomes. Historically, all three counties have been particularly dependent on timber income to balance their budgets. All are among the counties that were promised half of timber receipts by Congress in 1937 when timber income amounted to something. All have been particularly reliant on federal income from the Secure Rural Schools Act since it first was approved in 2000, though that money has declined dramatically and the act is not expected to be renewed inthe coming year. And voters in all have, to some extent, been willing to gamble with their property taxes, refusing to approve levies. Perhaps they hope Uncle Sam will come to the rescue. That's unlikely to happen this time, however, and it places voters in the three counties on the hot seat. If they want to keep criminals in jail, they're going to have to be willing to pay for it.

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town." Setting aside the numerous unintended consequences of this tax increase — for instance those It is everyone's right to make an who at the end of their stay see the argument for what they believe, but full price and say "not again" — the they should not contradict the laws statement that local residents will of science to make their point. not pay for this tax is not completely In a Feb. 5 letter, Harlie Peterson accurate. disagreed with the NRA's contenLocal residents pay for infrastruction that "guns don't kill people, ture such as streets, water, sewer, people kill people." He stated "guns etc., that benefit the people we bring do kill people," but he completely to Bend. It could even be argued ignored Sir Isaac Newton's first law that their use reduces the lifespan of of motion which states: "a body at such infrastructure — roads being rest will remain at rest unless acted the first to enter that thought. If the upon by an outside force." amount of money brought to town Therefore, if I place a loaded gun that contributes to infrastructure on a table in the middle of Times cost and maintenance was equal to Square, it will remain there, gather- visitors' use, there would not be an ing dust and harming no one until issue. hellfreezes over, unless some jerk Between 2001 and 2007, I colpicks it up and uses it. lected data from all customers to Untouched byhuman hands, that whom we provided service at the gun is no more dangerous than a Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. car, an airplane, a baseball bat or On average, 20 percent of our cusa multitude of other things, all of tomers did not reside or pay taxes which can kill and have killed. We in Deschutes County. Our transient need to stop blaming inanimate ob- room tax revenue was less than 10 jects with no mind of their own for percent of our budget and the differthe failings of human beings, some ence came from localtaxpayers. of whom also have no mind of their I would recommend that in the fuown. ture, advertising to sell this increase Terry LaPora to the voters not include the stateRedmond ment "this tax will not be paid for by local residents." Visitors add costs Les Stiles Bend to local infrastructure

— who helped win World War II is eligible to be honored in the World War II Registry of Remembrances managed by the national World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. Those so honored become a permanent part of American history. The nonprofit Bend Heroes Foundation has honored 207 World War II veterans with free, four-day "Honor Flight" trips to Washington, D.C., visiting their national World War II Memorial and 12 other grand attractions. We will take another 100 heroes to D.C. this year beginning with our seventh trip, May 15-19. That trip is full and another will be scheduled for this fall. After these "trips of a lifetime" — as the veterans call them — we enroll the veterans in the World War II Registry. Examples of ou r e n r ollments: Bend's Robert D. "Bob" Maxwell, World War II recipient of the Medal of Honor and a foundation director, and the late Donald G. Brown of La Pine. Please take the time to honor someone you know or knew who helpedfree the world from tyranny seven decades ago. A great source of information is military discharge records and interviews.Discharge records can be obtained by contacting any County Veterans Service Officer. Honoring the Greatest Generation is free of charge unless a photo Visit Bend leaders recently proHonor WWII veterans is included. The enrollment certifiposed a 2percent increase in trancate also depicts the World War II sient room taxes. In a couple of John Costa's Feb. 3 e d itorial Memorial in D.C. and would be a statements made by p r oponents "World needs Pattersons" prompted great gift. of the increase, this comment was me to respond. Eugene Patterson Dick TobIason made: "This tax will not be paid for served in the Army during World Chairman, by local residents — it will be paid War II. Anyone — military members Bend Heroes Foundation for by people coming from out-of- and civilians on the "home front" Bend

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Society must come together to solve its problems By Jim Engels

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e have long associated our country with firearms. These tools were used to feed, protect and, most importantly, secure freedoms not onlyhere but around the globe. This doesn't mean always for the good. It is simple fact. As time went on, the tool has evolved as we have as a world populace and, in many cases, because of firearms' existence. We can never accept or justify the actions of the inexplicable and horrific acts by the few who decide to harm other people, adult or child. It is also why we do not understand the brutal rape of a young girl in India, the mass killings in Mexico due to drugs, the genocide in many

African countries — not to mention our own murders and other crimes in this country, by too many

loosely, since the beginning of mankind. It started with the biggest, b addest caveman in t h e

they would look at music, drugs, video games, TV, movies, our way o f communication (o r l a c k o f ) , weapons to mention. This is I N M Y VIEW cl an, and now it's the big- the idols we worship (TV, movies, mostly because the general gest, of anything — coun- sports, etc.), mental health and, yes, population just does not think this try, people, group o r i n d i vidual guns. Too bad we don't have this way. We value life; we believe in around. type of leadership; I do mean all of life. Our forefathers did not understand ourleaders. We talk and talk about old laws or foresee what we have come to, or This sounds like utopia and we all a nd new laws and how t his w i l l what we have been ableto develop know that is literally unattainable. change if we do this or that. However, — both for good and for bad. They The question, I believe, we all need we seem to always miss the mark could only use what they had at the to answer is why not try? This brings (sorry, I used one of those gun terms). time, and I personally think they did us back to the mark. In one man's I will get back to this later. a hell of a job. opinion, it is that we need to believe No law — against guns, drugs, Yes, they could not have foreseen we can and that is the start; we must alcohol, murder, rape, I could go on the advent of the weapons we have start! — has stopped or will ever stop indi- today, as they could not have foreWe need to come together and viduals, groups, nations and society seen the radio, TV or power grid, achieve using k n o wledge, faith, in generalfrom from breaking these etc. intelligence, common sense and Let's all take a step back from our weighing all sides' views. We need laws. We have had some form of law individual ideas and look at it from to stop refusing to see the other and order, using this t erm v ery their perspective. I t r ul y b e lieve side's point of view if we ever truly

want to make a difference and solve today's problems or at least make a dent in them. I wish I was a fl y o n th e wall when our forefathers were in that room because this is what I envision happened those many years ago and gave that start to a new country — a new idea in freedom and a society that cares more about itself than it does about each individual's view to make that society the best, strongest and most caring it can ever be. With laws that make sense for the times but will never infringe on the freedoms that those forefathers knew were the basis of why they came together, literally putting their lives on the line and creating them in the first

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BITUARIES DEATH NoTIcEs T. Jean Garrett 'Zsa Zsa' Gilbert Donald Best, of Bend

Aug. 29, 1932 to Fed. 12, 2013

Jean celebrated her 80th s urprise b i r t h da y p a r t y l ast A u g u s t and w a s crowned Queen for a Day. All her family and lifetime www.deschutesmemorialchapehcom friends were m attendance. Services: J ean h a s 11:00 AM, Tuesday, Feb. now been 19, 2013; Graveside with ranted Military Honors at er faith's Deschutes Memorial fulfillGardens, 63875 N. Hwy ment to 97, Bend. live in Contributions may be made eternity to: without Humane Society of pain or Central Oregon, 61170 restricSE 27th St., Bend, OR Jean 'Zsa Zsa' t i o n of 97701. Garrett any p hysical a i l m ents . Ch i l DEATHS d ren: Br enda, S cott, a n d Skip. G r a n dchildren: AnELSEWHERE g ela, Jenn i f er , K ate , Micah, an d A n n ie . GREAT-Grandchildren: Deaths of note from around R oman, T r e v in , B r o d i e , the world: Sophie, and Al exa, plus a Richard Collins, 98:A black6 th due du r ing he r b i r t h listed screenwriter who later day month of A u gust. Her named names to Communist three younger sisters are: hunters during the M cCar- Joyce Mi l l er, Fa y P o r t er , thy era. Collins was one of 19 and Kay Lane. W e w il l m i s s o u r l i t t l e writers and directors called by Italian mama and the part the House Un-American Ac- s he played in each of o u r tivities Committee in 1947 in a lives. A small note I found probe of supposed Communist in her kitchen, sums up her subversion in Hollywood. He p hilosophy i n l i f e : "We went on to write and produce make a living by w h at w e such shows as "Bonanza" and GET; we m a k e a l ife by what we GI V E ." F o r s h e "Matlock." Died Thursday in was a Jolly Good Old Gal, Ventura, Calif. William Watts Biggers, 85: which nobody can deny. A casual MemorialrecepThe co-creatorof the cartoon t ion potluck w i l l b e h e l d "Underdog," the m i l d-man- Sunday, F e bruary 1 7 a t n ered shoeshine boy w h o S untree Village Rec H a l l , turned into a caped superhero SE 15th St. near corner at to rescue his girlfriend. Went Reed M a r ket R d . P l e a se on to become vice president feel free to drop in d u ring of promotionand creative ser- the hours of 1 p.m. through vices at NBC. Died Sunday in 4 p.m. (Parking is l i m ited. B e m i n d fu l of p r iv a t e Plymouth, Mass. — From wire reports driveways) Feb. 12, 1919 - Feb. 13, 2013 Arrangements: Deschutes Memorial Chapel, (541)382-5592;

FEATURED OBITUARY

Civil defensechief organized Cold Warshelter program By Emily Langer

ries, offices, churches and other locations across the United Steuart Pittman, chief of States, ordered by Kennedy. President John F. Kennedy's At the peak of U.S. preparedcivil defense program who ness, Pittman said, national and marshaled a national effort at local governments were ready the height of the Cold War to to offer shelter to two-thirds of organize the massive — and the U.S. population in case of now largely forgotten — sys- nuclear attack. Shelters were tem of nuclear fallout shelters marked with w hat b ecame across the country, died Sun- iconic yellow and black signs. day at his farm in DavidsonPittman found that public ville, Md. He was 93. interest in civil defense in genHe had a stroke, said his eral and the shelter program daughter, Romey Pittman. in particular came and went Pittman spent nearlyhis entire with emergenciessuch as the careeras alawyerwiththeWash1962 Cuban missile crisis. ington firm of Shaw, Pittman, The program had begun to Potts 8 Trowbridge. A veteran attract criticism from memof government commissions, he bers of Congress and local govrose to national attention in 1961 ernment officials who argued when Kennedy named him as- that the shelter system was too sistant secretary of defense in expensive, that it gave a false charge of civil defense. sense of security and perhaps Civil d e fense e ssentially fueled an immoral "every man encompassed all nonmilitary forhimself"approach toemermeasures to protect the nation gency preparedness. in the event of disaster. It had Pittman countered that the long been regarded, at best, as stakes of nuclear war were second fiddleto the military. Pit- "too high to ignore any practitman became the first official to cal measures"that could save operatethe program from the lives. He added that the counDefense Department. try could not afford a defeatist Shortly before Pittman took attitude. "If it is appropriate to use office, a Cold War showdown in Berlin intensified, and the moral epithets, such as cowSoviets began to erect the wall ardly and selfish," he told a that would divide the city for congressional committee in decades. In response, Congress 1963, "I personally believe approved morethan $200 mil- they are more aptly applied lion in supplementary civil de- to those who loudly proclaim fense funds. Most of the money their willingness to lie down was intended for the survey of and die while our country is nuclear shelter space in facto- under attack." The Washington Post

ns ectorssi no on roa sm os By Bennett Hall Corvaiiis Gazette-Times

CORVALLIS — If you see a couple of old duffers tooling around the countryside at night in a late-model SUV, peering at road signs, it doesn't necessarily mean they're lost.

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inspectors. In an effort to meet federal safety mandates, Benton County employs a part-time crew of retired transportation workers to cruise rural byways after dark, checkingroad

signs for legibility, general upkeep and retroreflectivity — a traffic engineer's persnickety term for how well they show up in your headlights. I t's important work. A c cording to U.S. Department of Transportation statistics, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 35. About half of all traffic fatalities occur at night, and 57 percent — more than 19,000 deaths a year — happen on rural roads. In an effort to bring those numbers down, the Federal Highway Administration issued new rules in 2009, when it published a major revision of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Among other things, the 850-page tome setnew standards f o r re t r oreflectivity and readability — standards that states, counties and cities would be required to meet within a specified timetable or face the loss of federal highway funds. "It's kind of a moving target," Benton County Public Works Director Roger Irvin said. "They're always coming up with new stuff." After a national outcry from harriedstate andlocal officials, the deadlines were relaxed last year. But all those outdated signs still need to be upgraded as they wear out, and that's a major undertaking. There are a little over 6,000 signs in the Benton County road system, and every year a certain number need to be replaced due to normal wear and tear. Others are damaged in storms, knocked over in car crashes, spray-painted, shot up or stolen. (The sign

Jesse Skouho / Corvallis Gazette-Times

Benton County chief sign fabricator Gary Champion shines a new road sign recently in Corvallis. In an effort to meet federal safety mandates, Benton County employs a part-time crew of retired transportation workers to cruise rural byways after dark, inspecting road signs. for Rambo Lane, near Alpine, was swiped and replaced five or six times before the name was changed to Rainbow as a cost-cutting measure.) The county road budget includes about $175,000 a year for making, maintaining, inspecting and replacing signs. But the new standards have upped the cost, and the feds have not provided any financial assistance. As a result, the number of signs that can be replaced has gone down. "We used to do about 1,000 signs ayear," said Kent Mahler, the county's road maintenance manager. "Now we're doing 700 to 750 signs with the same amount ofmoney." There are a number of cost factors involved, starting with improved reflective material. Two types of vinyl coatings are available. The first, called h igh-intensity prismatic, i s five times brighter than the old standard, known as engineer-grade. It also lasts a little

Mahler said. "They really shoot light back at you." But the new coatings don't come cheap: $1.40 a square foot for high-intensity prismatic and $3 for diamond grade. Of course, new signs require new lettering, which has to be printed out and hand-applied at the county sign shop. Sometimes, signs can be recycled by stripping off the vinyl coating and pressurewashing the old sign blank. But other times, new blanks have to be fabricated from heavy-gaugealuminum. The new regulations are also making s om e s i g ns

bigger.

One of the revisions to the Manual of U niform Traffic Control Devices concerned the lettering on street signs. Under the old rules, the letters had to be 4 inches high. Now they have to be 6 inches high — and instead of all capitals, street names must now be rendered in upper- and lowercase longer. letters. "If you've got a P or a G Another o p t ion, c a l l ed diamond grade, has g lass with a tail on it, you need a beads embedded in a clear larger blank," points out Gary film over the reflective vinyl, Champion, the county's chief making it five to seven times sign fabricator. brighter than high-intensity Taller and w i der blanks prismatic. With luck, it will can create a ripple effect. Adlast 10 to 12 years, compared ditional regulations require with 5to 7 years for engineer signs to be a certain height grade and up to 10 years for above the ground and a cerhigh-intensity. tain distance from the edge of "Those really glow at night," the road, which means some

posts have had to be replaced or relocated. And then there are the unforeseen consequences, such as increasedwind resistance. "You'll go out after a windstorm and the sign will be leaning over because it's got so much surface area," said Dave Hannahs, a r etired county road worker who still helps out on a part-time basis. But rules are rules, and even without a firm deadline, local jurisdictions are required to ensure that all their older road signs are brought up to the new standards as they wear out. That's where the inspection

program comes in. To make sure signs meet visibility requirements, they can be tested with a retroreflectometer, a high-tech gizmo that provides extremely accurate measurements — but that can also cost anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000.

Like many localgovernments, Benton County has opted for a visual inspection program instead. Even that, however, has to be done by the book. In order to meet Federal Highway Administration requirements, the i n spection must be conducted at night, using a model year 2000 or newer pickup or sport utility vehicle with its headlights set on low beam. The driver can be any age, but the inspector must be at least 60 — presumably to be sure the signs are visible to older eyes — which is why Benton County relies on retirees to do the work. "It's fascinating to us every time we find a new regulation

or a new sign (requirement)," Mahler said. "It never seems to quit." Irvin said he understands the need for astandardized system of traffic signs to make the nation's roads safer. And the new retroreflectivity rules make sense, given a population that is getting older and driving faster at th e same time. "The opposite thing would be everybody could just slow down and pay more attention," he added. "But that's not in the cards."

WASHINGTON NEWS

Wolf population nearly doublesin1 year By Nicholas K. Geranios The Associated Press

SPOKANE — The number of gray wolves in Washington nearly doubled in the past year, according to a new survey released Friday by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. The survey found at least 51 wolves in nine packs in Washington state, including five successful breedingpairs. The 2011 study documented just 27 wolves, five wolf packs and three breeding pairs. Wildlife wolf program director Nate Pamplin said the actual number of wolves is likely much higher, since lone wolves often go uncounted and those that roam Washington but do not den here are not included in the survey. Biologists already suspect there are two additional wolf packs in the state. Using estimates of the average packsizein other western states, Pamplin said there could easily be as many as 100 wolves in Washington "The survey shows that

our state's wolf population is growing quickly," Pamplin said in a press release. "That growth appears to be the result of both natural reproduction and the continuing in-migration of wolves from Canada and neighboring states." The recovery of wolves in Washington state is a heated topic. While many environmental groups hail the development, advocates for ranchers blame wolves for killing livestock. Several bills intended to improve wolf management are pending in the Legislature, including a tonguein-cheek proposal to import wolves from rural parts of Eastern Washington to populous Western Washington. A wolf pack is defined as two or more wolves traveling together. A successful breeding pair is defined as an adult male and female with at least two pups that survive until the end of the calendar year. One of the nine packs represented in the survey is the infamous Wedge pack, which now has two confirmed mem-

bers in northeastern Washington. Last summer, the Department of Fish and Wildlife killed most members of that pack to end a series of attacks on an area rancher's cattle that left at least six calves dead and 10 other animals injured. Pamplin said biologists do not know whether the two wolves living near the Canadian border in Stevens County are members of the original Wedge pack or whether they are new arrivalsfrom inside or outside the state. "Either way, we were confident that wolves would repopulate that area," he said. "We really hope to prevent the kind of situation we faced with the Wedge pack last summer by working with ranchers to use nonlethal methods to protect their livestock." State Sen. John S m ith, R-Colville, said th e g r owing number of wolves shows that recovery is exceeding expectations. " We must put a p lan i n place now for wolf population

management as recovery targets are reached," Smith said, adding that the state must "act now to provide for public safety and economic safeguards." N oah G r eenwald, w i t h t he e n vironmental g r o up Center for Biological Diversity in Portland, said wolves have the ability to reproduce

quickly. "Wolves have a t r emendous ability to recover," he said. "They are smart, adaptable animals." He cautioned opponents of wolves to learn to live with the animals. "Polls show the majority of people want to see wolves return and are glad to see wolves return," Greenwald said. The gray wolf is listedby the state as an endangered species throughout Washington and is federally listed as endangered in the western twothirds of the state. Once common, wolves were eliminated in most western states during the pastcentury because they preyed on livestock.

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ence for next year, the district would need the jobs of Continued from B1 74 teachers, Helt said, addThe presenters stressed ing it's not what she wants. that the challenge isn't be- That's 10 percent of the discause of p u b li c e m ploy- trict's teaching force, which e es and their need for a has the equivalent of 747 retirement. full-time teachers. "It's really about a system At the same time, Helt that's out of b a lance and s aid, she w a nt s t o a d d needs to be put back in bal- teachers as funding allows — not cut more. In the last ance," Wilkinson said. In the next year alone, an five years, the district has a dditional $5.2 million i n trimmed nearly 100 teachPERS costs are anticipated ers, while growing by 800 for Bend-La Pine Schools, students. "My first priority is going Helt said. In the next three years, increases without re- to be to add teachers back to form amount to $26 million the classrooms,"she said. more. — Reporter: 541-977-7185, To make up th e d i fferbbotkin@bendbulletin.com

Climate Continued from B1 "We are up against the WinterFest," Larson s aid, "but we are hoping that people will take it seriously and come." Some churches around Bend plan to ring their bells as well at 12:30 p.m. Sunday as part of the event, Larson said. The Green Ministry Team, which focuses on local, state and national environmental issues, meets monthly at the First Presbyterian Church. The Sierra Club Juniper Group covers Central Oregon. The national chapter of

"Since we can't make it to Washington, D.C.,we canjoin them in recognition." — Gretchen Valldo, Sierra Club

Sierra Club, as well as about 160 organizations, are planning the Forward on Climate Rally for Sunday at the National Mall. "Since we can't make it to Washington, D.C., we can join them i n r e cognition," Valido said. — Reporter: 541-617-7812, ddarling@bendbulletin.com


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

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For one thing, they produce State. But recent advances in only about half as much radiomaterials science are promptactive waste. For another, their ing renewed interest. design makes a meltdown im"The base technology is not possible — the graphite core new," Woods said. "What is can withstand temperatures new is the ability to Use hotter This green energy technol- of 1,600 degrees Celsius, far temperatures." ogy is currently limited by a hotter than the operating level, Measuring about six f eet number of factors, including and won't sustain nuclear fisacross and 18 feet high, the the difficulty o f p r o ducing sion at that heat. s imulated reactor will b e a large quantities of hydrogen. At least, that's the theory '/64-scale model of a commer- There areseveral methods of — and that's what the OSU cialreactor.The mock reactor cracking water molecules to simulator is designed to test. vessel will be fabricated from free the hydrogen atoms inWoods and hi s s t udents stainless steel with a ceramic side that require a major heat will put t h e m oc k r e actor core that mimics the graphite source, and high-temperature through all kinds of situations core of a working VHTR. He- reactors could p rovide t h e that might occur in a real-life lium gas will be used as the heat without the need to burn accidentto generate more recooling element. fossil fuels. alistic safety data. The infor"The optimal c o nfigura- mation will be provided to the Computer models suggest that VHTRs built with today's tion would be to have a dual Nuclear Regulatory Commisa dvanced m aterials c o u ld purpose," Woods said. uDur- sion, and Woods plans to pubsafely operate at temperatures ing the day, when demand is lish his findings in scientific up to 1,000 degrees Celsius peak, you generate electricity. journals. "The calculations w e 've (abottt 1,800 degrees Fahren- At night, when demand is low, heit), roughly three times hot- you switch over to hydrogen done show that n o m a tter ter than conventional water- generation mode." how hot it gets, the core just cooled reactors. VHTRs also have a number can't get hot enough to melt," Those high operating tem- of safety advantages over con- Woods said. "That's our job, to peratures make VHTRs very ventional nukes. run those accidentscenarios efficient for spinning electrical turbines as well as a number PAID ADVERTISEMENT of other uses — from providPRESENTED ing process heat for industrial BY complexes to running water desalination plants. ca But one of the most intrigu-

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also producing hydrogen for fuel cells. Work is under way on a small-scale simulator of a very high-temperature nuclearreactor — known in the industry as a VHTR. The $4.8 million research project, funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is expected to come on line in ApriL Like other reactor simulators at OSU's Radiation Center, this one will be heated by electricity rather t han u r anium. The only n u clear-fueled reactoron campus is a 1.1 megawatt research model, which is considered too small to pose any sort of meltdown risk. VHTR technology has been around since the 1950s but has not been widely adopted, said project director Brian Woods, an associateprofessor of nu-

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013

Ducks prepare to take on Gougars Oregon spent Thursday devoting time to a review, a short preview

and then hadthe opportunity to view the other contenders for the Pac12 title in action.

Oregon beganpreparing for today's game at Washington State

(Pac-12 Network at 4 p.m.). The 23rd-ranked

Ducks (20-5 overall, 9-3 in the Pac-12) kept their hold on first place in the

conference the previous night with a 65-52 victory at Washington.

That was followed by a quick flight back to

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o in O • Central OregonGolf Trail hitting regional golf shows to promotearea By Zack Hall The Bulletin

Central Oregon golf has logged more miles of late than a long-haul trucker. From Seattle last week to Spokane, Wash., this weekend and on to Portland nextweekend, the Central Oregon Golf Trail has been blazing a path to consumer golf shows across the Pacific Northwest. And the Golf Trail — a marketing coalition that formed in 2009 and now includes24 area courses — isnot done

Eugene sothat players could attend classes on Thursday. Even during Oregon's recent offensive

e S ow with its barnstorming. It plans to head to golf shows in Vancouver, British Columbia, in March, and in Sacramento, Calif., in April. The reason is simple. "Our goal is to get in front of the 10,000 people at the Seattle show or the 23,000 people at the Sacramento show who may not have heard of Central Oregon or have not been here recently," says Tommy Berg, executive director of the Golf Trail and an assistant pro at Awbrey Glen in Bend. "And there are quitea few people who have never been, orit'sbeen 10 years since they've been here last." The Golf Trail's efforts have greatly expanded this year. SeeShow/C6

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Sunriver pros Jeff Keyes (front right) and Mike Palen (back right) man the Central Oregon Golf Trail booth at last week's Seattle Golf & Travel Show at CenturyLink Field Event Center in downtown Seattle.

Little League baseball, softball registration in gear

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL

struggles, one constant for the Ducks has been

effort, coach DanaAltman said. "We played really hard," he said of the game in Seattle. "With the exception of the

Stanford game, where we gave upsomeeasy

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baskets, I can't fault

how hard we've played.

The upcoming baseball

"We've put a lot of

Altman still didn't want to offer anything firm on the return of

and softball season is rapidly approaching, and registration is currently available for many area Little League programs. Registration for the 2013 season may be done in person, online or by phone,

freshman Dominic Artis,

depending on the organiza-

who has missed the

tion. Area Little League programs offer baseball and softball for boys and girls as

effort into games. We haven't always played smoothly, but we've

played hard."

past six games. Asked about ESPN broadcasters voicing the opinion of an Artis return "next

young as 4 years old and up

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to 16, depending on the organization. The season begins in the early spring. Parents may check with the organization in their community to determine their child's eligi-

week," Altman said "I don't know what they

were saying. I hopehe can (play next week), but I've got no idea.

It'll happen whenhe's cleared and he's ready."

bility regarding age.

— The Register-Guard

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Beavs aim to sweep Huskies Oregon State goes after its first regular-

season sweep ofWashington in10 years when the Beavers and Huskies face off in a Pac-12 men's basketball contest tonight in Seattle. Game time at the University of Washington's Alaska Airlines Arena is 8 p.m.; the game will be televised live by Root

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(north Bend, Tumalo, areas north of Tumalo) Method:Online registration Cost:$85, cost increases to $100 after March 1 if space is still available

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State trying for a rare it is trying to win backto-back games for the first time since before Christmas.

Joe Kllne i The Bulletin

Sisters' Taylor Nieri (4) drives past Elmira defender Jessica Lay during the first half on Friday night at Sisters High School.

The Beavers (13-12 overall, 3-9 Pac-12) are coming off a 67-66 win at Washington State on Wednesday night.

Washington (13-12, 5-7) lost at home to Oregon

on Wednesday, 65-52. Oregon State is led

by junior guard Roberto Nelson, who scored a

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points per contest. — Bulletin staff report

on top heading into the

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Website:sites.google. com/site/2012bsll/ Contact: info@bendsouthll.org Crook County Little League Method:In-person registration available from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 18, 25 and 27 in the Crook County Middle School cafeteria

Website:bnll.org Contact:info@bendnorthlLorg; 541-241-8799 Note:All softball players residing in the Bend North boundaries will be playing with Bend South Little League this year. Prospective softball players should contact Bend South softball

Ages:4-14 for girls, ages 4-15 for boys Website:cclittleleague.com Contact: infoCicclittleleague.com Jefferson County Little

League (Madras, Culver and part of Crooked River Ranch) Method: In-person registration is available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Rodriguez Annex in Madras, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Feb. 23 at Culver City Hall in Culver, and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 27 at Rodriguez Annex in Madras. See Registration/C4

The Bulletin

SISTERS — Three weeks ago, Sisters was forced to forfeit 13 girls basketball games

— 11 of which were victories — for having used an ineligible player. The Outlaws went from holding a sparkling 133 record to a lackluster 2-14

Bulletin staff report GRESHAM — The preliminary rounds of the Oregon School Activities Association's state swimming championships at Mt. Hood Community Collage, held Friday, are in the books, and Central Oregon high schools will be well represented in today's finals. In Class 5A, Summit advanced swimmers to all but four events between its boys and girls teams, including six top seeds. Tommy Brew-

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State finals nextstop for C.o. squads Fredrick Jacobson and Sang-Moon Bae(above)

ing on age group Ages:5-14

mark, and their postseason hopes looked bleak. But on Friday night Sisters emerged from the ashes, a convincing 60-46 Class 4A SkyEm League win over Elmira in

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Two golfers tied for PGATourlead

Method: Through March 2, registration forms may be taken to the Bend Fieldhouse (401 S.E. Roosevelt Ave., Bend) or mailed to Bend South Little League, 61535 S. Hwy 97 No. 9-112, Bend, OR 97702 (registration available through March 22 for T-ball) Cost:$80 to $110, depend-

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The following is a list of area Little League programs and information (as available) about registration opportunities. Documentation is required to register — usually a birth certificate and a combination of documents that demonstrate proof of

vice president Kim Nelson at 541-598-6246 or at softball@ bendsouthll.com.

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PREP SWIMMING er (200-yard individual medley, 100 breaststroke) and John Hartmeier (100 freestyle, 100 backstroke) led the way for the Storm, rolling into today's finals as No. 1 seeds in both their individual events in addition to swimming legs on Summit's the 400- and 200-yard freestyle relays. SeeState/C5

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ON THE AIR: TELEVISION TODAY GOLF 6a.m.:European Tour, Africa Open, third round, Golf Channel. Noon:PGATour, Northern Trust Open, third round, CBS.

GOLF 6 a.m.:European Tour,Africa Open, final round, Golf Channel. Noon:PGATour, Northern Trust Open, final round, CBS.

Noon:LPGATour, Women's Australian Open, third round,

Noon:LPGATour, Women's Australian Open, final round,

Golf Channel. 3:30 p.m.:Champions Tour,

Golf Channel. 4 p.m.: Champions Tour, ACE

ACE GroupClassic, second round, Golf Channel.

Group Classic, final round, Golf Channel.

WINTER SPORTS 7 a.m.:Curling, U.S.

BASKETBALL 9 a.m.: Men'scollege,Holy

Championships, women's finals, NBCSN.

Cross at American, CBSSN.

11 a.m.:Snowboarding, USSA

State at Wisconsin, CBS.

Sprint U.S. Halfpipe Grand Prix

(taped), NBC. Noon:FIS Alpine Skiing, World Championships (taped), NBC. 1 p.m.:Red Bull Signature Series, NBC 1 p.m.:Curling, U.S. Championships, men's finals, NBCSN.

BASKETBALL 8 a.m.:Men's college, Kent State at Ohio, ESPNU.

9 a.m.:Men's college, Villanova

10 a.m.:Men's college, Louisville at South Florida, ESPN.

10:30 a.m.:Women's college, DePaul at Louisville, ESPNU.

10:30 a.m.:Women's college, West Virginia at lowa State, Root

Sports. 11 a.m.:Women's college, Temple at Saint Joseph's, CBSSN.

11:30 a.m.:Women's college, whip-around coverage: Alabama at Auburn, Georgia Tech at North

9 a.m.:Men's college, Clayton

Noon:Men's college, Arizona at

10 a.m.:Men's college, Kentucky at Tennessee,CBS. 10 a.m.:Men's college, La Salle at Saint Joseph's, NBCSN.

10 a.m.:Men's college, Rutgers at DePaul, ESPNU.

11 a.m.: Men'scollege,Purdue at Indiana, ESPN. 11 a.m.:Men's college, Virginia Tech at North Carolina State, ESPN2.

Carolina State, Notre Dameat Marquette and Oklahoma at Kansas, ESPN2. Utah, Pac-12 Network.

12:30 p.m.:Women's college, Stanford at UCLA, ESPNU.

12:30p.m.:W omen'scollege, Texas at TexasTech, Root Sports. 1 p.m.: Women's college, UNLV at San Diego State, CBSSN.

2 p.m.:Women's college, whiparound coverage: Cincinnati

11 a.m.: Men's college, Army at

at St. John's, lowa at Purdue, Maryland at Virginia and Vanderbilt at Tennessee, ESPN2.

Navy, CBSSN.

2 p.m.:Women's college, Calat

11:30a.m.:Men'scollege,SMU

USC, Pac-12 Network.

at Tulane, Root Sports.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Miami at Clemson, ESPNU. 4 p.m.:Women's college,

Noon:Men's college, Creighton at Evansville, ESPNU.

1 p.m.:Men's college, Missouri

1 p.m.:Men's college, Butler at

Washington State at Oregon, Pac-12 Network. 5 p.m.:NBA, All-Star Game, TNT. 5 p.m.: Men's college, Wichita State at lllinois State, ESPNU.

Fordham, CBSSN.

7 p.m.: Men'scollege,USCat

1:30 p.m.:Men's college, Gonzaga atSanFrancisco,Root Sports. 2 p.m.: Men'scollege,

California, Root Sports.

at Arkansas, ESPN.

1 p.m.:Men's college, UCLAat Stanford, ESPN2.

Mississippi State at LSU, ESPNU.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Dukeat Maryland, ESPN.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Detroit Mercy at Valparaiso, ESPN2.

3 p.m.:Men's college, Temple at UMass, CBSSN. 4 p.m.: Men's college, Baylor at Kansas State, ESPNU.

4 p.m.:Men's college, Princeton at Harvard, NBCSN.

HOCKEY 9:30a.m.: NHL, Pittsburgh Penguins at Buffalo Sabres, NBC. 12:30 p.m.: NHL, Los Angeles KingsatChicago Blackhawks, NBC. 3 p.m.: NHL, W ashington Capitals at New York Rangers, NBCSN.

MOTOR SPORTS 10 a.m.: NASCAR, Sprint Cup,

Daytona 500, qualifying, Fox. 5 p.m.: NHRA, Winternationals

4 p.m.:Men's college, Oregon

(same-day tape), ESPN2.

at Washington State, Pac-12 Network. 4 p.m.: Men's college, Saint Mary's at Loyola-Marymount, Root Sports.

LACROSSE 10 a.m.:Men's college, Denver

5 p.m.:Men's college, Georgia at Mississippi, ESPN2. 6p.m.:Men's college, Memphis at Marshall, CBSSN. 5:30 p.m.:NBA, All-Star Saturday Night, TNT.

6 p.m.:Men's college, Texasat Kansas, ESPN.

6 p.m.:Men's college, Arizona

ON DECK Today Boys basketball: Redmond vs. Bakerat Prairie City,1p m.;GilchristatButteFalls,4p m.;Rogue Valley Adventist atTrrnity Lutheran,8p.m. Girls basketball: Gilchrist atButteFalls, 2:30p.m.; RogueValey Adventist atTrinily Lutheran,6:30p.m. Swimming: Statechampionships atMt. HoodCommunity College inGresham:Class 4A/3A/2A/1A finals, 8:15p.mzClass5Ahnals,1 p.m.;Class6A finals, 5:45p.m. Wrestling: Gilchrist,Culveratdistricts in NorthLake, 8 a.m.; LaPine,Sisters, Madras, CrookCounty, Ridgeview at4ASpecial District 2 regionalmeetin La Grande,11a.m. Nordic skiing: OHSNO pursuit racesat Mt. Hood Meadows,11a.m.

HOCKEY

10 a.m.:Men's college, Ohio

at Connecticut, ESPN. 9 a.m.:Men's college, Xavier at Dayton, ESPN2. State at Montevallo, CBSSN.

COREBOARD

SUNDAY

vs. Penn State, NBCSN. 12:15 p.m.:Men's college, Jacksonville vs. Ohio State, NBCSN.

BOWLING Noon:PBATour, league qualifier, round 3 (taped), ESPN. GYMNASTICS 6 p.m.:Women's college, California at Stanford, Pac-12 Network.

State at Colorado, ESPNU.

6 p.m.:Men's college, San

NHL NATIONALHOCKEY LEAGUE All Times PST

6 p.m.: Men'scollege,Boise State at New Mexico, Root Sports.

8 p.m.:Men's college, New Mexico State at Utah State, ESPNU.

George McNeiff

GP W L OT Pts GF GA NewJersey 14 9 2 3 21 40 31 Pittsburgh 1 5 1 0 5 0 20 48 35 N.Y.Rangers 13 7 5 1 15 36 34 Philadelphia 15 6 8 1 13 37 45 N.Y. Islanders 13 5 7 1 11 40 46 Norlheast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 12 8 2 2 18 34 29 Montreal 13 8 4 1 17 36 33 Ottawa 14 7 5 2 16 35 27 Toronto 14 8 6 0 16 40 36 Buffalo 15 6 8 1 13 43 50 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Carolina 13 8 4 1 17 41 37 TampaBay 13 6 6 1 13 49 40 Florida 13 4 6 3 11 30 47 Washington 14 5 8 I 11 40 49 Winnipeg 1 3 5 7 1 11 33 43 Western Conference Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Chicago 1 4 1 1 0 3 25 48 29 Nashville 14 7 3 4 18 28 26 St. Louis 1 4 8 5 1 17 48 45

UCLA ArizonaSt. Colorado

California SouthernCal Stanford Washington Oregon St. Utah WashingtonSt.

8 7 7 7 7 6 5 3 3 2

4 5 5 5 5 6 7 9 9 10

18 7 18 7 17 7 15 9 12 13 15 10 13 12 13 12 11 13 11 14

Friday's Games East Columbia 62, Brown51 Loyola(Md.)54,Manhattan34 Marist 68,Niagara41 Penn77, Harvard72 Princeton77, Dartmouth65 Rider73,Siena61 Yale67,Cornell 58 South William 8Mary78,Northeastern 70,OT Far West California79, UCLA51 Colorado 55, Arizona42 Stanford79,SouthernCal55 Utah54,ArizonaSt.46 Washington 97, Oregon71 Washington St.51, OregonSt. 49

State at Washington, Root

Sports. MOTOR SPORTS 5 p.m.: NASCAR, Sprint Cup, The Sprint Unlimited, Fox. 7 p.m.:NHRA, Winternationals,

qualifying (same-day tape), ESPN2.

GYMNASTIGS 7 p.m.:Women's college, UCLA at Oregon State, Pac-12 Network.

GOLF PGA Tour

ON THE AIR:RADIO TODAY BASEBALL 12:30p.m.:College,Oregon Statevs.Gonzaga,KICE-AM 940.

BASKETBALL 4 p.m.:Men's college, Oregon at Washington State, KBND-AM 1110. 5:30 p.m.:NBA, All-Star Saturday Night, KICE-AM 940.

8 p.m.: Men'scollege,Oregon State at Washington, KICE-AM 940, KRCO-AM 690.

SUNDAY BASEBALL 1 p.m.:College, Oregon State vs. UC Riverside, KICE-AM940.

BASKETBALL 4 p.m.: NBA, All-Star Game, KICE-AM 940.

Chris Kirk DavidLynn

James Hahn JeremiahWooding PeterHanson CameronTringale AndresRomero Y.E.Yang StuartAppleby KevinStreelman Tim Herron MichaelBlock Matt Every Scott Piercy MarkWilson Justin Leonard BrianHarm an RetiefGoosen CharleyHoffman JasonKokrak KevinStadler StewartCink Vijay Singh RossFisher JohnsonWagner MarcLeishman Jeff Maggert Detroit 14 7 5 2 16 38 41 Scott Harrington Columbus 14 4 8 2 10 31 43 DavidMathis Northwest Division CaseyWittenberg GP W L OT Pts GF GA MichaelBradley Vancouver 13 8 3 2 18 38 29 Jerry Kelly Minnesota 14 6 6 2 14 30 36 Martin Flores Edmonton 13 5 5 3 13 29 34 Ryo Ishikawa Calgary 12 4 5 3 11 35 44 Failed to pualffy Colorado 12 5 6 1 11 27 32 Graeme McDoweff Pacific Division DustinJohnson GP W L OT Pts GF GA KevinNa Anaherm 1 3 1 0 2 1 21 47 35 WilliamMcGirt Dallas 15 8 6 1 17 38 39 SteveLeBrun San Jose 1 4 7 4 3 17 37 33 Phoenix 14 6 6 2 14 35 38 PatrickCantlay CharlesHowell III l.os Angeles 12 5 5 2 12 28 33 Woodiand NOTE: Twopoints for a win, onepoint for overtrme Gary NicolasColsaerts loss. RobertStreb Friday's Games JohnSenden Buffalo 4,Boston2 Tim Clark NewJersey5, Phiadelphia 3 Martin Laird Pittsburgh 3WinnipegI Jeff Overton Anaheim 5, Detroit 2 J.B. Holmes Chicago 4, SanJose1 CoreyPavin St. Louis5,Calgary2 KevinChappe Dallas 4, Vancouver3 ZachJohnson LosAngeles2,ColumbusI BrianGay Today's Games RorySabbatini Tampa Bayat Florida, noon PatrickReed OttawaatToronto, 4 p.m. JasonBohn Philadelphiaat Montreal, 4p.m. ColtKnost NewJerseyatN.Y. Islanders, 4p.m. MikeWeir Anaheim at Nashvile, 5 p.m. Brendon deJonge Columbus atPhoenix,5p.m. KenDuke Colorado at Edmonton, 7p.m Kevin Sutherl and Sunday's Games Dicky Pride PittsburghatBuffalo, 9:30a.m. RobertoCastro LosAngelesatChicago,12:30p.m. ChadCampbell Bostonat Winnipeg,3p.m. JohnHuh CalgaryatDallas, 3pm. RussellHenley Detroit atMinnesota,3p.m. GeoffOgilvy Washin gtonatN.Y.Rangers,3 p.m. D.A. Points St. LouisatVancouver,6 p.m. RyanPalmer PadraigHarrington BASKETBALL TroyMatteson Jeff Klauk D.H Lee Men's college BubbaWatson Friday's Games LucasGlover East AaronBaddeley Brown58,Columbia55 RickyBarnes Cornell68,Yale61 DavidHeam Harvard73, Penn54 DanielSummerhays Manhattan 74,lona73,20T Scott Verplank Niagara57,Marist 54 Bo VanPelt Princeton73,Dartmouth 55 JamesDriscoll StonyBrook65,Vermont48 TomGiffis South BudCauley Jacksonville70,North Florida68 JonasBlixt Midwest Robert Affenby Georgetown 62,Cincinnati 55 TommyGainey GreenBay66, ClevelandSt.59 Ben Crane YoungstownSt.94,Milwaukee80 Will Claxton Troy Kelly ArronOberholser Pacific-12 Conference WesShort, Jr. All Times PST MichaelThompson Chris Stroud Conference Overall Carl Pettersson W L W L CameronBeckman Oregon 9 3 20 5 SeanO'Hair Arizona 8 4 20 4

Women's college

8 p.m.: Men'scollege,Oregon

GregOwen Seung-YulNoh BenCurtis JesperParnevik LukeGuthrie GrahamDeLaet Jim Furyk FredCouples JimmyWalker CharlieWi J.J. Henry BrendanSteele AngelCabrera BrandtJobe Pat Perez KeeganBradley K.J. Choi

Eastern Conference Atlantic Division

Today's Games UCLAatStanford, I p.m. OregonatWashington State,4 p.m. ArizonaStateat Colorado, 6p.m. OregonStateatWashington, 8 p.m. Sunday's Games Arizonaat Utah, noon USC atCaifomia, 7p.m.

Diego State at UNLV, NBCSN.

Phil Mickelson TedPotter,Jr. Josh Teater HunterMahan BryceMolder BlayneBarber TrevorImmelman BrianDavis Bob Estes Harris English

Northern Trust Friday AI Riviera CountryClubCourse Los Angeles Purse: $6.6 million Yardage: 7,349; Par: 71 SecondRound Sang-MoonBae 68-65—133 FredrikJacobson 68-65 — 133 John Merrick 68-66 —I34 John Roffins 69-65 — 134 LukeDonald 69-66 — 135 Charl Schwartzel 69 67 136 WebbSimpson 70-66 — 136 LeeWestwood 68-68 —I36 JohnMaff inger 71 -66—137 Biff Haas 70-67 — 137 RyanMoore 70-67 137 64-73—137 Matt Kuchar GregChalmers 69-69 —I38 SergioGarcia 65-73 — 138 71-67 — 138 AdamScot ErnieEls 70-68 138 67-71—138 CharlieBelian

71-67 — 138 71-67 — 138 70-68 — I38 70-69 — 139 74 65 139 69-70 — 139 70-69 — 139

70-69—139

68-72 — 140 73-67 — 140 69-71 — 140 70-70 140 68-72—140 70-70 — 140 69-71 — 140 72-68 — 140 68-72 — 140 68-72 — 140 70-70 — 140 75-66 — I41 72-69 — 141 70-71 141 69-72 — 141 66-75 — 141 68-73 — 141 71-70 — 141 71-70 — 141 71-70 — 141 73 68 141 67-74—141 67-74—141 75-66—141 69-73 — 142 73-69 — 142 71-71 — 142 70-72 — 142 73-69 — I42 73-69 — 142 68-74 142 69-73—142 70-73—143 72-71—143 71-72 — 143 70-73 — 143 76-67 — 143 71-72 143 73-70—143 71-72—143 72-71—143 71-72 — 143 75-68 — 143 72-71—143 73-71—144 69-75—144 72-72 — 144 73-71 144 71-73—144 71-73—144 73-71 — 144 71-73 —144 74-70 — 144 71-73 — 144 73-72—145 76-69 — 145 74-71 145 73-72—145 76-69—145 70-75—145 73-72—145 73-72—145 70-75 — 145 68-77 145 72-74—146 75-71 — 146 74-72 — 146 72-74 — 146 71-75 — 146 75-71 — 146 73-73 — 146 72-74—146 72-74 — 146 71-75 146 73-73—146 73-74—147 72-75—147 75-72—147 71-76—147 76-71 — 147 74-73 147 73-74—147 75-72 — 147 71-76 — 147 75-72 — 147 72-75 — 147 76-71 — 147 75-72 — 147 73-75 — I48 77-71 — 148 77-71 148 75-73—148 76-72—148 77-71 — 148 77-71 — 148 78-70 — 148 70-78 — 148 74-75 149 75-74—149 75-74 — 149 70-79 — 149 77-72 — 149 71-78 — 149 77-72 — 149 74-76 — 150 76-74 — I50 77-74 — 151 80-71 151 78-73—151 78-74 — 152 77-75 — 152 78-79 — 157 78-80 — 158 76 —WD 77 WD 80 —WD 83 —WD

LPGA Tour Australian Women'sOpen Friday At Royal CanberraGolf Clubcourse Canberra, Australia Purse: $1.2 million Yardage: 6,672; Par:73 First Round a-amateur 64-67 — I31 Mariajo Uribe 65-67 — 132 Jiyai Shin x-LydiaKo 63-69 132 68-68—136 Kristie Smith 68-69—137 BeatrizRecari Holly Aitchison 70-68—138 SarahJaneSmith 68-70—138 Rebecca Artis 72-67—139 GennaPiler 72-67 — 139 JessicaKorda 70-69 139 YaniTseng 68-71—139 Giulia Sergas 67-72 — 139 AyakoUehara 66-73—139 Christel Boellon 72-68 — 140 JennyShin 71-69 — 140 MoriyaJutanugarn 70-70 — 140 Rebecca Lee-Bentham 66-74 — 140 BrookePancake 73-68 — I41 Nikki Campbell 71 -70 —141 CarlotaCiganda 71-70 141 KatheenEkey 71-70—141 JulietaGranada 71-70—141 BrittanyLincicome 71-70 — 141 x-MinjeeLee 70-71 — 141 StacyPrammanasudh 70-71 — 141 Vicky H urst 69-72 — 141 KatherineHull-Kirk ffheeLee

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BeckyMorgan

68-73 141 73-69—142 72-70 — 142 72-70 — 142 72-70 — 142 71-71 — 142 71-71 — 142 71-71 — 142 71-71 — I42 71-71 — 142 70-72 142 70-72—142 69-73—142 74-69—143 74-69—143 74-69—143 73-70—143 72-71—143 72-71—143 72-71—143 71-72 143 69-74—143 69-74—143 68-75—143 66-77—143 73-71 — 144 73-71 — 144 72-72 144 72-72—144 72-72 — 144 72-72 144 72-72—144

So YeonRyu

NicoleSmith

MiJungHur Pornanong Phatlum AlisonWalshe CheyenneWoods Beth Allen CourtneyMassey JanePark BeckyBrewerton CatrionaMatthew CharlotteEllis x-Su-HyunOh StaceyKeating Pao aMoreno Gwladys Nocera Lee-Anne Pace Stephanie Sherlock Kris Tamulis Line VedelHansen JessicaSpeechley LauraDavies JenniferSong KarrieWebb Missed theCut LydiaHall Haeji Kang Felicity Johnson JadeSchaeffer MianneBagger Katie Futcher Lorie Kane JenniferJohnson Lisa Mccloskey LauraDiaz Dori Carter Mindy Kim FrancesBondad Joanna Klatten Jee YoungLee SydneeMichaels MicheffeWie Tamie Durdin TaniaElosegui LaurenDoughtie MariaHernandez NicoleJeray AzaharaMunoz JaneRah Karin Sjodin RachelBailey PemiffaLindberg RyannO'Toole TamaraJohns JenniferGleason WendyWard Moira Dunn JennieLee PaigeMackenzie Mina Harigae Jin YoungPak KatelynMust Julia Bo and SarahOh SophieGipuel-Bettan Stephanie Na Kim Welch Danielalacobeffi CassandraKirkland BrittanyLang TayloreKarle NontayaSrisawang Danie ff eMontgomery SaraMaudeJuneau Mo Martin CarolineMasson Nikki Garrett

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72-72 —144 72-72 144 71-73—144 71-73—144 71-73—144 71-73 144 70-74—144 70-74—144 70-74—144 69-75 144 69-75—144 75-70—145 75-70—145 74-71 145 74-71—145 74-71—145 74-71—145 74-71 145 73-72—145 73-72—145 72-73—145 71-74 145 71-74—145 71-74—145 76-70 146 76-70—146 75-71 —146 75-71 —146 74-72 146 74-72—146 74-72—146 73-73—146 72-74 146 71-75—146 70-76—146 77-70—147 76-71 147 75-72—147 75-72—147 74-73 — 147 74-73 —147 73-74 —147 73-74—147 72-75 — 147 72-75 —147 72-75 —147 72-75—147 72-75 — 147 72-75 —147 71-76 —147 69-78 — I47 77-71 — 148 76-72 —148 75-73 —148 75-73—148 74-74 —148 74-74 —148 74-74 —148 73-75—148 73-75 —148 69-79 —148 77-72 —149 77-72 — I49 76-73 —149 76-73 —149 76-73 —149 75-74 — I49 75-74 —149 73-76 —149 72-77 —149 77-73 — I50 75-75 —150 74-76 —150 72-78 —150 72-78 —150 71 -79—150 70-80 —150 77-74 —151 76-75 —151 75-76 —151 75-76 —151 73-78 151 72-79—151 78-74 —152 76-76 —152 75-77 152 74-78—152 74-78—152 80-73—153 77-77 154 76-78—154 81-74—155 77-78—155 73-82 155 76-80—156 76-80—156 81-76—157 85-77 162

Cham pions Tour ACEGroupClassic Friday

At TwinEagles GC (Talon Course) Naples, Fla. Purse: $1.6 million Yardage:7,193; Par:72 (36-36) First Round 33-29 — 62 BemhardLanger BobTwa y 30 35 65 31-35—66 TomPerniceJr. 33-33—66 Jay Don Blake 32-34—66 JohnHuston 35-32 67 ChienSoonLu 34-33—67 FredFunk 32-35—67 MarkWiebe 34-33—67 MarkO'Meara Mike Hulbert

MikeGoodes D.A. Weibring Gil Morgan RogerChapman BradFaxon DavidFrost LorenRoberts KennyPerry Jeff Freem an John Harris SteveElkington DuffyWaldorf MichaelAllen Olin Browne BobbyWadkins BradBryant CraigStadler Jeff Sluman Bob Gilder TomKite MarkMouland Joey Sindelar Morris Hatalsky AndrewMagee GeneSauers Wayne Levi Biff Glasson Scott Simpson Hal Sutton PeterJacobsen Mark McNulty JohnCook Willie Wood GeneJones Jim Rutledge TomPurtzer DavidPeoples Bart Bryant StevePate SandyLyle RussCochran Mark Calcavecchia Jay Haas RoccoMediate Allen Doyle SteveJones Mark Brooks BobbyClampet PeterSenior SteveLowery FuzzyZoeffer GaryKoch Gary Ha Iberg Larry Nelson Scott Hoch TomLehman Tommy Armour III Jim Gallagher, Jr. Larry Mize Chie-HsiangLin DanForsman Joe Daley EstebanToledo DanaQuigley Jim Thorpe DonnieHammond DavidEger Jay Sigel Hale Irwin BenCrenshaw AndyBean

TENNIS Professional

35-33 68 35-33—68 36-32—68 35-33—68 34-34 68 31-37—68 34-34—68 33-35—68 34 34 68 36-32—68 33-36—69 37-32—69 33-36 69 34-35—69 33-36—69 37-33 — 70 34-36 70 36-34—70 35-35—70 37-33 — 70 33-37 70 36-34—70 36-35—71 38-33 — 71 37-34 71 36-35 — 71 36-35 — 71 36-35 — 71 36-35 71 35-36 — 71 35-36 — 71 37-34 — 71 36-35 — 71 35-36 — 71 36-35 — 71 36-35 — 71 39-33 — 72 35-37 — 72 35-37 — 72 36-36 — 72 36-36 — 72 39-33 — 72 38-34 — 72 36-36 — 72 37-35 — 72 38-35 — 73 35-38 — 73 37-36 —73 37-36 — 73 36-37 — 73 35-38 — 73 35-38 — 73 38-35 — 73 38-35 — 73 36-37 — 73 38-35 — 73 37-36 — 73 40-34 — 74 38-36 — 74 35-39 — 74 35-39 — 74 36-39 — 75 37-38 — 75 37-38 — 75 36-40 — 76 38-38 — 76 39-37 — 76 37-40 — 77 38-40 — 78 39-39 — 78 39-40 — 79 WD

SAP Open Friday At HP Pavilion

San Jose, Calif. Purse: $623,730(WT250) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Quarierffnafs TommyHaas(4), Germany, def. SteveJohnson, UnitedStates,6-4, 6-2. John Isner(2), UnitedStates, def. Xavier Malisse (8) Belgium,7-6(8), 6-2. Milos Raonic(1), Canada,def. DenisIstomin(6), Uzbekistan, 7-6(0), 6-3.

Brazil Open Friday At Ginasio doIbirapuera Sao Paulo Purse: $519,775(WT250) Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles Guarterfinals SimoneBoiegi, Itaiy,def.Aibert Montanes,Spain,

6-4, 6-4. Martin Alund, Argentina, det.FilrppoVolandri, Italy,

7-5, 7-6(5). DavidNalbandian,Argentina,dei. NicolasAlmagro (2), Spain7-6 , (5), 3-6, 7-6(3). RafaelNadal(1),Spain,def.Carlos Berocq,Argentina,3-6 6-4, 6-4.

ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Friday At Ahoy' Stadium Rotterdam, Netherlands Purse: $1.34 million (WT500) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Quarterfinals Grigor Dimitrov,Bulgaria,def. MarcosBaghdatis, Cyprus,6-7(4), 7-6(0), 6-3. Juan Martindel Potro(2), Argentina,def. Jarkko Nieminen,Finland,6-3,6-4. Julien Benne teau, France,def. RogerFederer (1), Switzerland,6-3,7-5. GigesSimon(5), France,def. Martin Klizan,Slovakia, 6-7(6),6-3, 3-0retired. Qatar Open Friday At The Khalifa TennisComplex Doha, Qatar Purse: $2.369million (Premier) Surface: Hard-Outdoor Singles Guarterfinals MariaSharapova(3), Russia, def.SamStosur (8), Australia,6-2, 6-4. VictoriaAzarenka(1), Belarus,def. SaraErrani (6), Italy, 6-2,6-2. SerenaWiliams(2), UnitedStates,def. PetraKvitova (7),CzechRepublic, 3-6,6-3, 7-5. AgnieszkaRadwanska (4), Poland,def. Caroline Wozniacki(10),Denmark, 6-2, 7-5.

MOTOR SPORTS NHRA NATIONALHOT ROD ASSOCIATION

Qualifying Friday At Auto ClubRaceway Pomona, Calif. Qualifying continuestodayfor Sunday'sfinal eliminations. Top Fuel 1. TonySchumacher, 3.758seconds, 328.14mph. 2. BrandonBernstein, 3.761,325.22.3.Antron Brown, 3.768, 328.14. 4. DougKalitta, 3.795, 326.71 5. Khalrd alBalooshi, 3.798,326.16. 6. Clay Milican, 3.799, 325.77. 7. DavidGrubnic, 3.812,308.14.8. Bob Vandergriff, 3.813, 324.83. 9 MorganLucas, 3.81 4,325.06.10. SteveTorrence, 3.815,321.50. 11. SpencerMassey,3.827, 318.17. 12.BrittanyForce, 3.845, 293.22.NotQualified: 13. LarryDixon,3.848, 318.39. 14. LeahPruett, 3.865, 291.38.15. Sidnei Frigo, 3873,306.60 16.TJ. Zizzo, 3.959,270.48 17. Terr yMcMillen,3.962,286.32.18.Shawn Langdon, 4.013, 222.14. 19. SteveFaria, 4.994, 149.08. 20. StevenChrisman,9.317,83.38.

FunnyCar 1. JackBeckm an, DodgeCharger, 4.045, 316.67. 2. GaryDensham,Charger,4.053,30709.3. Courtney Force,FordMustang, 4.071,311.49. 4. JohnnyGray, Charger, 4085, 30878. 5 Cruz Pedregon,Toyota Camry, 4.093,296.44.6.MattHagan,Charger,4.097, 304.46 .7.DelWorsham,Camry,4.101 306.26.8. RonCapps,Charger,4.102,314.53. 9. Alexis DeJoria, Camry,4.107, 302.69. 10 BobTascaIII, Mustang, 4.190, 305.08. 11.TimWilkerson, Mustang,4221, 283.25. 12.TonyPedregon,Camry, 4.225, 248.89. Not Qualitied: 13. Phil Burkart, 4.239,287.96. 14. John Force,4300, 251.20. 15. Robert Hight, 6.658, 103.52. 16.Jeff Arend,7.107, 95.17. 17.TerryHaddock,7901,7367.18.ToddLesenko,10190,6341. Pro Stock 1 Mike Edwards,ChevyCamaro, 6528, 212.39. 2. V. Gaines,DodgeAvenger, 6.538, 211.49. 3. Erica Enders-Stevens,ChevyCobalt, 6.539,212.23.4. Jason Line,Camaro, 6.541, 212.43 5. VincentNobile, Avenger,6.567,210.67. 6. GregAnderson, Camaro, 6.580, 211.03. 7. GregStanfield, Camaro, 6.585, 209.82 8.RodgerBrogdon,Camaro, 6.590,209.33. 9. SteveKent,PontiacGXP,6.606,208.84.10. KurtJohnson, GXP, 6.607, 209.65. 11. Deric Kramer, Avenger, 6.611, 209.01.12. Chris McGaha,Avenger, 6.612, 209.04 NotQualified: 13.ShaneGray, 6.614, 209.75. 14. Warren Johnson,6.616,208.52 15.Larry Morgan, 6.617, 208.71.16. Matt Hartford, 6.627,209.79. 17. MarkWolfe,6.764, 204.76. 18.JegCoughlin, 6.896 208.26 19.AllenJohnson,13.855,63.06.

BASEBALL College Oregon 3,Hawaii 0

FAR WEST

DEALS Transactions BASEBALL

American League CLEVEL ANDINDIANS—SignedOFMichaelBourn to a four-yearcontract. KANSAS CITYROYALS—Agreedtotermswith LHP Chris Dwyer, LHPDonnie Joseph, LHPJustin Marks, LHPEverettTeaford, RH PNateAdcock, INFIrving Falu and OF JarrodDysononone-yearcontracts. National League MIAMIMARLINS—Signed1B CaseyKotchmanto aminor-leaguecontract. WASHING TDNNATIONALS—Agreedtotermswith RHP JordanZimmermannonaone-yearcontract. FOOTBALL

National Football League BUFFALO BII.LS—Re-signedQBTarvaris Jackson. GREENBAYPACKERS—Released DB Charles Woodson. ST. LOUISRAMS—NamedTimWalton defensive coordinatorPlacedWRTitus Youngonwaivers. CanadranFootball League B.C. LIONS —Signed WR Pans Jackson andDB KoreyBanksto contract extensions. EDMON TON ESKIMOS—Signed DLDdeff Wilis and DBMarceffYoung. HAMILTON TIGER-CATS—Signed LB-DEShomari Williams. MONTREALALOUETTES—Re-signed CB Seth Williams,FBDahrranDiedrick andDTMotonHopkins.

SignedDBGeoff Tisdale. ReleasedDBJerald Brown.

WINNIPEG BLUEBOMBERS Re-signed DT Bry-

ant TurnerandSBClarenceDenmark.Agrredtoterms with OLMarkDewit

HOCKEY

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013 • THE BULLETIN

NBA ALL-STAR WEEKEND

SPORTS IN BRIEF

NHL ROUNDUP

Blackhawks beat sliding Sharks4-1

BASEBALL Beavers winseasonopener — Jake Rodriguez, Kavin Keyes

and Michael Conforto all had two

hits to pace theOregon State baseball team to a 5-2 win over Utah Valley in the club's 2013

season opener Friday in Palm Springs, Calif. Rodriguez drove in two runs on atwo-out single

The Associated Press CHICAGO — J o nathan Toews felt he had to stand up for himself, so he skated up to Joe Thornton, jabbed him with his stick and then

to left field in the third inning that

served as the gamewinner. Conforto had driven in the Beavers'

first run of the gameearlier in the inning, and heand Danny Hayes

dropped his gloves.

scored when Rodriguez lined the first pitch he saw into left. The win marked the Beavers' fourth con-

secutiv eseason-openingwinand improved headcoach Pat Casey's mark to13-6 in the first game of a

season during his tenure atOSU.

BASKETBALL Payton leadsHall list

— Former OregonState star and NBA All-Star Gary Payton, along with Tim Hardaway and Mitch

Richmond, wereamong 12finalists announced Friday for election into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Former Houston Cougars coach Guy Lewis, current Louisville coach Rick Pitino and former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian also

are finalists for the 2013class. The others include former NBA stars

Maurice Cheeks,Spencer Haywood and Bernard King, longtime North Carolina women's coach Sylvia Hatchell and five-time WNBA All-Star Dawn Staley. Boston Celtics great Tom Heinsohn,

already inducted as aplayer, is a finalist in the coaching category.

No. 15 Georgetowngets

wln —Otto Porter Jr. scored 16 points while playing in foul trouble, and No. 15 Georgetown

wasted a12-point lead in the second half before rallying for its seventh straight win Friday night,

62-55 over Cincinnati in Cincinnati. Markel Starks hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 5:35 left and made

five free throws in the final minute, helping the Hoyas(19-4, 9-3) stay atop the Big East. They were

tied with Syracuse andMarquette headingintotheweekend games.

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Team Chuck'sKenneth Faried, ofthe Denver Nuggets, dunks as Team Shaq's Chandler Parsons, of the Houston Rockets, looks on during the first half of Friday night's Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston.

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H OUSTON — K e nneth Faried wa s a Manimal among boys in the Rising Stars Challenge. Faried had 40 points and 10 rebounds and entertained the crowd at the end with a series of dunks, leading Team Chuck to a 163-135 victory over Team Shaq on Friday night. Nicknamed "Manimal" for hi s p hysical style of play, Faried made 18 of 22 shots and was selected the game's most valuable player. He'll also compete tonight in the dunk contest at All-Star Weekend and offered a sneak preview of what he has planned with several

powerful jams.

"It was more of a tease," Faried said. "Tomorrow is a lot different, a lot bigger stage. I have a lot of different types of dunks and

moves. Keep people guessing." For the second straight year, the rosters of both teams were a mix of rookie and second-year players, and former stars Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley served as oppos-

ing general managers.

WINTER SPORTS i.igety wins GS at worlds — Ted Ligety has become the

Sacramento point guard Isaiah Thomas had 18 points and 10 assists for Barkley's team. Cleveland point guard Kyrie Irving, lastyear's MVP, scored 32 points, and rookie

first man in 45 years to earn three gold medals at the skiing world championships by winning the giant slalom in dominating

style in Schladming, Austria. The American can match French great Jean-Claude Killy, who earned four

By Kristie Rieken

Austria was 0.81 seconds behind

HOUSTON — Kevin Durant wanted to set the record s traight once an d f o r a l l about his relationship with LeBron James. "I hate him," he said before breaking into laughter. Then he got serious. "We're actually really good friends," he continued. "I think people want us to hate each other so bad just because we're battling against each other." That doesn't mean he has any good feelings toward him when they face each other. "I like the friendly competition, but when we're on the court we're the furthest thing away from being friends," he said. "We don't take it easy on each other." That much was never more evident than when the two competed in last year's NBA Finals, which the Heat won in five games. James led his team in scoring in each game, and Durant paced the Thunder in all but Game 4. Soon after that, the two met up once again to play for the U.S. in the Olympics in London.

Italy took third, trailing Ligety by

1.75 seconds.

MOTOR SPORTS Schumacher leadsNHRA's Top Fuel pualifying —Tony Schumacher raced to theTop Fuel qualifying lead Friday in the

NHRA's season-opening Winternationals with a 3.758-second run at a top speed of 328.14 mph

in Pomona, Calif. Schumacher's parachutes failed to deploy after the run and his car came to a stop in the sand trap at the end of the

track. He wasn't injured. Jack Beckman topped the Funny Car field, and Mike Edwards had the

Pro Stock lead. Beckmanhad a pass of 4.045 at 316.67, and Edwards finished in 6.528 at 212.39.

The final two rounds of qualifying are set for today.

FOOTBALL Goodell paid $29million

— Commissioner RogerGoodell was paid $29.49 million by NFL

owners in 2011,nearly triple his compensation from the previous year. According to the league's most recent tax return, most of Goodell's pay comes in theform of a $22.3 million bonus. His base

pay was $3.1 million. TheNFLwas scheduled to file the return Friday. While the league declined com-

ment on specifics, it must, by law, make the return available upon

request.

Packers release defensive dack GharlesWoodson — The GreenBay Packers have released veteran defensive back Charles Wo odson.Generalmanager TedThompson announced

the move Friday, saying the team would not have won the 2010

Super Bowl without Woodsonand saying the "once-in-a-generation talent" was anambassador for the organization off the field. The36year-old Woodsonhastwo years left on a five-year contract that was

worth as much as$55 million.

Dion Waiters, Irving's Cavs teammate, added 23 for Shaq's team. Portland rookie Damian Lillard finished with 18 points for Team

Shaq. The last few minutes of the meaningless game devolved into a spontaneous dunk contest, with players taking turns showing off their acrobatic moves while the others stood and watched. Faried drew the biggest cheers with four thunderous slams. "I just went out there to have fun," said Faried, the 22nd overall pick in the 2011 draft by Denver. "I guess that is a regular game for me, enjoying myself and having fun." He cradled the crystal MVP trophy after the game, an unexpected bonus to his busy weekend in Houston. "I didn't come into the weekend thinking, 'Oh, I want all of the attention," Faried said. "I just came in to have fun, no matter which way you try to put it or what people try to say, 'Oh, he wanted the MVP.' I didn't want it. I couldn't care less. As long as I have fun playing the game, to me, that's all that matters." The average score of the game over the past five seasons was 138-131, and New Orleans rookie Anthony Davis set the tone with an alley-oop pass to San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard for a dunk 20 seconds into the game.

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at as competition, and look at as a guy that I'm chasing every single day. Him and Kobe Bryant and Carmelo (Antho-

ny), those are guys I look at and feel like I'm chasing and trying to be as good as them." James said his relationship with Durant doesn't affect the competition at alL " People always want t o talk about the friendship me and KD have. It's a new era," James said. "It starts with how long we've been competing against one another since we were kids. You don't have to hate somebody to compete against somebody. People get that twisted. Did you watch the game last night? It wasn't friendly at all. We're competing, but we respect each other. "Before me and D-Wade

(Dwayne Wade) came togeth-

er, everyone remembers the battles me and D-Wade had. But our friendship was one of the best we had, too. People just don't have anything to talk about, so they want to try to make a story." Old LeBron? James has never competed "He's going to go down as in the slam-dunk contest on one of the best of all time," All-Star Weekend. Asked FriDurant said about James. "I day if he ever will, James said don't think anyone will be he thinks his window of oplike LeBron James. I'm glad portunity may have passed. He's only 28, but he is playI get a chance to compete against him year in and year ing his 10th NBA season. "I'm getting older," he said. out, and I'm also glad I was "It ain't looking good." on his team to win the gold Dwight Howard, who commedal." James and the Heat beat peted multiple times and won Durant's Thunder 110-100 on a dunk contest, had another Thursday night. James en- theory for why some players tered the game having scored won't give it a try. "I think for us, the reason 30 points with 6 0 p ercent shooting in an NBA-record why a lot of us don't parsix straight games. ticipate is because we do so James had 39 points in that much during All-Star Weekgame, but the Thunder took end, by the time we get to some solace in keeping him the dunk contest we have no legs," he said. "When you do below 60 percent shooting. "I'm glad we held him unthe dunk contest, you want to der 60, but he still shot 58 have your legs, you want to be percent on us," Durant said. ready to go because you want "But I'm glad his streak didn't to put on a good show for our continue. He's such a great fans. So I think some guys, I player. He's somebody I look think they don't want to get

e mbarrassed in t h e d u n k contest, so they just choose not to do it."

Payton vs. Jordan Back in the day, Gary Payton relished the opportunity to guard Michael Jordan. Payton was selected as a finalist for election to the Hall of Fame on Friday, kicking off All-Star Weekend in Houston. Jordan, meanwhile, turns 50 on Sunday, and the league is planning a tribute. "I've got a lot of memories for him," Payton said, smiling. "We always had great battles. That's what brought it out of me. He and John Stockton were the two guys I always looked forward to p l aying against because I knew I was going to learn something." Payton's Seattle team faced Jordan's Chicago squad in the 1996 NBA Finals, after the Bulls had rolled to a leaguerecord 72wins in the regular season. The Bulls stormed to a 3-0 lead in the series, but the Sonics won the next two

The Chicago Blackhawks responded to the rare fight for their captain. The sliding San Jose Sharks just went down again. Marcus Kruger and Andrew Shaw scored during Chicago's strong second period, and the NHL-leading Blackhawks beat the Sharks 4-1 on Friday night for their fifth win in six games. Dave Bolland and Niklas Hjalmarsson alsoscored for the Blackhawks, who remain the league's only team without a regulation loss. Jamal Mayers had two assists and backup Ray Emery made 27 saves for his fourth win in four starts this season. "Everything was good tonight," Toews said. "The penalty kill was huge in the first period, with the big 4-minute penalty kill we had to kill.

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Chicago Blackhawks goalie Ray Emery (30) celebrates with Marcus Kruger, front left, and Sheldon Brookbank after Friday night's game against the San Jose Sharks in Chicago. The Blackhawks won 4-1.

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seven games." Each of the Blackhawks' first three goals came on re-

bounds, including an ugly gaffe by Niemi in the second period. Also on Friday:

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after that, and I think that just set the tone for the night with that penalty kilL" T he B l ackhawks w e r e forced to play a man short after Toews and Thornton got into it with about 4'/~ minutes left in the first period. The star centers locked up for a minute before Thornton dragged Toews to the ice and the linesmen skated in. "He asked me to fight and I was kind of shocked," said Thornton, who became San Jose's captain in 2010. "I said, 'Sure.' That's how it went. He'd hit me f rom behind, but it wasn't anything serious. Then he just asked me to

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games. P ayton, known a s " T h e Glove" for his defensive ability, guarded Scottie Pippen early in the series. Seattle coach George Karl put Payton on Jordan in Game 3. "The only thing I remember is w e go t d ow n 3 -0," Payton said. "We got into a hole and we came back and won two. I wish I could've g uarded h i m ear l i er . I didn't guard him in the first

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MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL COMMENTARY

NCAA basketbal lmay have reacheditspeakofugliness By Paul Newberry

The Associated Press

ATLANTAhere is dribbling, lots of dribbling, in college basketball these days. There is bumping and banging, lots of bumping and banging. Not to mention all the grabbing and tripping and colliding. If this was roller derby, it would be OK. But this is NCAA hoops, and it's downright

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Kurt Busch drlves back to the garage area after he was involved In a crash durlng practice for today's Sprlnt Unlimited Shootout on Frlday In Daytona Beach, Fla.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — It took about 10 minutes to wreck several cars at Daytona International Speedway on Friday. Matt Kenseth triggered a five-car accident in the opening practice for the Sprint Unlimited, the non-points race that kicks off the season. Kurt Busch, Carl Edwards, Mark Martin and Juan Pablo Montoya also were involved in the crash. Busch's No. 78 Chevrolet sustained the most damage, forcing the team to switch to a backup car for tonight's exhibition event. Edwards and Martin also went to backups. "It's tough," Busch said. "A lot of hard work goes intothese cars,and six weeks ofpreparation can be trashed in six laps." Kenseth took blame for the melee, saying he didn't see Busch gaining ground inside his No. 20 Toyota on the 2'/~-mile superspeedway. "That was100 percent driver error,my driver error," Kenseth said. "I had no idea anybody was there and he had a run at the same time and I came down in front of him and he couldn't get slowed up from staying out of me. It was a hundred percent my fault." The accident came less than 10 laps into the first practice of Speedweeks. It was supposed to be a learning session for NASCAR's redesigned race car, the one dubbed "Generation 6," and a preview of next weekend's Daytona 500. Instead, it turned out much like a test at Daytona last month. Dale Earnhardt Jr. caused that big one when he turned Marcos Ambrose, causing a 12-car wreck that essentially ended the three-day session. Teams returned to the track this week in hopes of learning more about the new cars, which have been tweaked to more closely resemble those that ar e i n m a n ufacturer showrooms. They also have different driving characteristics. The biggest issue, especially for those teams with damaged cars, could be a lack of inventory. NASCAR's development process took time, and outside vendors struggled early on to keep up with demand. That left several teams, including some of the big-budget ones, trying to play it safe at a track where side-by-side, bumper-to-bumper racing at 200 mph usually leads to massive collisions. Hendrick Motorsports driver Kasey Kahne predicted at Media Day on Thursday that prac-

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dipped to a per-team average of 17.6, nearly a half-foul less than last season and on pace to be the fewest in NCAA history, going back to 1948. "These games are ridiculous," Bilas said. "The amount of contact that's allowed — the hand-checking, the arm bars, the dead-on pushing, the body checks on the shooter, the contact after the shot is released. Guys are getting knocked down and it's not called." But this isn't necessarily a knock on the refs. With 32 Division I conferences overseeing the officials (at least until they get to the NCAA tournament, when the national governing body takes over), there's too many masters and not a clear way to implement the sortofwidespread changes thatare needed in the way the game is called. Which brings us to a few of the changes that are needed ASAP to get the game back on track: • Consolidatethe referees under one sanctioning body. It's vital that everyone be held to the same standard. For instance, if hand-

checking is going to be a point of emphasis, then everyone shouldget the memo, regardless of what league they're playing in. At the very least, Bilas said, the major conferences should come together on this issue. • Follow the rule book. A bunch of new regulations aren't needed; there's plenty of things that aren't being called already. No one wants see the game become nothing more than a free-throw contest, and it may take a year or two for the message to sink in. But it will. • Reduce the35-second shot clock. This is more of a step to show the fans that college basketball is serious about addressing its problems, and likely would have less impact than the first two steps. But going with the NBA's 24-second clock or,at the very least, the 30-second clock already used in the women's game would undoubtedly create more possessions. Certainly, there needs to be more shooting. This season, teams are taking an average of 55.2 shots per game, which is roughly on par with the past few seasons but pales in comparisonto the 1950s,'60sand early '70s,when the average was generally in the high 60s. Which brings us to another matter that can't be addressed through legislation: coaching. Unlike the NBA, this will always be a game that's more about the guys wearing suits than those out on the court. And too many of the suits have decided that winning is all that matters, even if the style they're using is ruin-

ing the game. Check out Alabama, which hasn't scored more than 60 points in its past eight games but is tied for second in the Southeastern Conference. Coach Anthony Grant actually sounds proud of his team's offensive woes, saying an "ugly win beats a pretty loss any day of the week." Maybe so, but it shouldn't be every day of the week, which is what the sport

is becoming. Or listen to Georgetown coach John Thompson III, who insists that the game is just as good as it's ever been. "I don't think the level of play is down at all," he said. "I think defenses acrossthe board are betternow, but Idon't think the fact that the scoring has gone down means that the game is any less exciting." W e beg to differ. Heck, there's even some coaches who find it tough to watch. And judging by all the empty seatswe're seeing at arenas around the country, there's plenty of fans with the same mindset. "A couple of nights ago, I'm watching an SEC game and there's 5 minutes to go in the half and one team has six points or eight, something like that," Gottfried said. "Just as a fan watching the game, that's not a lot of fun." Paul Newberry is a national writer for The Associated Press. Write to him at pnewberry@ ap.org or www.twittercomlpnewberry1963.

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State Continued from C1 Brewer was especially fast in the 100 breast, turning in a Class 5A state meet record time of 57.54 seconds. Bend High freshman Ben Brockman earned a spot in the finals of the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly to highlight the Lava Bears' opening-day effort. For the girls, Mackenzie Halligan led the Storm on Friday, advancing to the finals in the 500 and 200 freestyle races as well as contributing to Summit's 200 medley and 400 free relay teams that both will be No. 1 seeds at today's finaL Bend saw Bella Wiener (50 free, 100 free) and Brooke Miller (100 fly, 100 back) advance to the finals to go along with all t h ree of th e L ava Bears' relay teams. Chyna Fish qualified in the 200 freestyle, and Jennifer Robeson followed suit in the 200 IM and 500 freestyle. P hoebe W eedman ( 1 0 0 breast) and Justine Hanway

a ono ense ea s eafs 0 wln oveI' orm Bulletin staff report Bend High's scoringbalance overcame a torrid effort by Summit's Nick Moyer in a 66-60 Lava Bears boys basketball road victory against the Storm on Friday evening in Bend. Led by David Larson's 16 points, four

Madras with 16 points, Rodney Mitchell poured in 14 and Steele Haugen chipped in 13 points and eight rebounds. Jhaylen Yeahquo also grabbed eight rebounds as the White Buffaloes outrebounded Gladstone, 40-35. Madras (14-9 overall, 5-4 Tri-Valley) will try to improve its playoff playersscored in double fi gures for position Tuesday at Estacada, with a posBend, which improved to 10-11 overall sible play-in home game on the line. and 2-5 in Intermountain Conference R edmond..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 play. Despite a school single-game scor- C rook County...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 ing record of 35 points from Moyer, PRINEVILLE — Redmond bounced Summit dropped to 10-12 overall and 1-6 back from a rare defeat, rolling to the in the IMC. Intermountain Hybrid road wi n over The contest was tight throughout, and Crook County. Th e P a nthers, who the Lava Bears held a slim 28-25 advan- dropped a67-56 home decision to Intertage at the intermission. Storm coach mountain Conference rival Mountain Jon Frazier said Bend knocked down View on Tuesday to end an 11-game winfive of its seven total 3-pointers in the ning streak, outscored the Cowboys 21-7 third quarter. in the first quarter and led 34-16 at half"They shot the ball really well in the time. Mason Rodby scored 14 points to second half," Frazier said about the Lava lead Redmond, which also got 13 points Bears. and seven rebounds from Matt Dahlen Bend also had an advantage at the and nine points and six steals from free-throw line — making 13 of 19 at- Derek Brown. Crook County was led by tempts compared to three of six for Sum- Preston Washechek with 14 points, and mit — which Frazier attributed to Bend Dillon Dees added 11. Seven different being more aggressive in driving to the players hit 3-pointers for the Cowboys (7-15 overall), who host Ridgeview on basket. Wyatt Beaumarchais chipped in 15 Tuesday. The Panthers (17-5) play a nonpoints for the road team, which takes on league game against Baker today at 1 Redmond at home on Tuesday. p.m. at Prairie City. Redmond returns to Jaylin Robinson had 14 points, and IMC play Tuesday at Bend High. Connor Scott added 11 for Bend. S weet Home.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Cade Cattell recorded 10 points for L a Pine..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Summit, which is scheduled to play at SWEET HOME — In a must-win game to lock up a berth in the play-in round, the Mountain View on Tuesday evening. Also on Friday: Hawks spotted the Huskies a 27-8 firstBOYS BASKETBALL quarter lead and could not overcome the M ountain View..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 deficit in Sky-Em League play. Tyler ParR idgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1 sons recorded 19 points, six rebounds, REDMOND — Mitch Modin scored four assists and three steals to lead La 23 points on nine of 11 shooting to lead Pine (10-13 overall, 5-5 Sky-Em). Camthe Cougars past the Ravens in an Inter- eron Kraft added 14 points, six rebounds mountain Hybrid road game. Coming on and four steals, and Gavin Boen scored the heels of its win over Intermountain 10 points. La Pine faces Sweet Home for Conference leader Redmond Tuesday, the second time in four days on Monday. Mountain View fought through incon- The two teams are slated to square off sistency to jump on Ridgeview 35-19 by at 7:15 p.m. at Sisters with the Sky-Em's halftime. "We were a little flat at times third and final postseason berth going to after Tuesday," said Mountain View head the victor. coach Craig Reid. "But we got a huge E lmira.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1 game from Mitch Modin offensively." S isters .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Ridgeview hit a school-record 10 3-pointSISTERS — The Outlaws ended their ers, including Justin Alvarez's six, help- season with a Sky-Em League loss, coning the Ravens hang around for much cluding their year 5-16 overall and 2-8 of the night. But the Cougars never al- in league play. Justin Harrer and Ethan lowed the Ravens to get within striking Luloff scored eight points apiece to lead distance in the second half. Grant Lan- Sisters. The Outlaws trailed just 18-14 at nin scored 14 points and grabbed eight halftime, but the Falcons outscored Sisrebounds, Erik Siefken added 12, and ters 20-6 in the third quarter. Ments Haugen chipped in 10 for Moun- Hosanna Christian.......... . . . . . . . . ..68 tain View (18-3 overall). Alvarez led G ilchrist... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Ridgeview with 20 points and Tanner GILCHRIST — The Grizzlies fell to 10O'Neal chipped in 13. The Cougars will 11 overall and 7-8 in the Class IA Mounhost Summit on Tuesday, and Ridgeview tain Valley League with the loss to Ho(4-19) travels to Crook County. sanna Christian. Gilchrist will wrap up M adras.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 its regular season today at home against G ladstone ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Butte Falls. MADRAS — Stifling third-quarter deGIRLS BASKETBALL fense put the White Buffaloes on top for B end ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 good over Gladstone and clinched at least S ummit..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1 third place in the Tri-Valley Conference The visiting Storm gave the reigning and a berth in the 4A play-in round. After Intermountain Conference champions all gaining a slim 24-22 advantage, Madras they could handle before the Lava Bears outscored Summit 4-2 in overtime to seal jumped on the Gladiators by holding them to just two third-quarter points. the league victory. Mekayla Isaak led a "You hold a varsity to two points in a balanced Bend offense with nine points, quarter ... that was the key," said Madras two of which came in the extra period. coach Allen Hair. "We really came out Jessica McClay and Brydie Burnham and played well." Jared Pichette led each added eight points and Lisa Sylves-

ter and Kendall Kramer contributed six points apiece. Raja Char paced Summit with a game-high 15 points. The Lava Bears (16-5 overall, 6-1 IMC), who had already beaten the Storm twice earlier this season, led 38-31 at the end of three quarters, but Summit outscored Bend 9-1 during the final eight minutes of regulation to force the game into overtime. The Bears are at Redmond on Tuesday and Summit (16-6, 4-4) hosts Mountain View the same day. R edmond...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 C rook County...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 REDMOND — Defense was the difference for the Panthers in their Intermountain Hybrid home victory. "I can't say enough about our defense," said Redmond coach Angela Capps. "It was a great defensive effort from the whole team, really fun to watch." Kaylee Wilson made three 3-point baskets and joined Chantel Dannis with 11 points to lead the Panthers in scoring. Baileigh Baker had six steals, five assists and five rebounds to go with her six points for the winners, who had 20 steals as a team. Crook County was led in scoring by Jena Ovens with 11 points. Both teams play again on Tuesday, the Cowgirls (9-13 overall) at Ridgeview and the Panthers

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(100 free) will represent Mountain View in today's finals, as will the Cougars' 200 and 400 freestyle relay squads. The Madras Highboys highlighted the Class 4A/3A/2A/ IA state preliminary round, which was also held at Mt. Hood Community College on Friday. All three of the White Buffaloes' relay teams earned a spot in today's final. Individually for Madras, Bryce Williams posted the fastest 200 freestyle prelim time. In the small-school girls competition, Ridgeview's Rachel Haney set a 4A/3A/2A/IA state meet record in the 100 backstroke in 58.4 seconds. Haney also will swim in today's final in the 200 IM and as part of the Ravens' 200 medley relay team. Sophie Gemelas led the White

Buffalo girls squad by posting the top 200 IM prelim time of the day. Swimming continues today at 8:15 a.m. when the 4A/3A/ 2A/IA finals kick off. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students.

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ter leading 8-6 and would not even things up a fter being tied 20-20 early in the second Continued from C1 "They came in tonight calm quarter. With the win, Sisters finand ready," Sisters coach Julianne Horner said of her play- ished in a tie with Elmira for ers. "We had done everything third place in Sky-Em play, but we needed to do. We had bro- the Outlaws have the tiebreakken it down. They knew by e r advantage with w in s i n game, by quarter, what we both meetings against the Falhad to do, and they executed cons. Junction City leads the beautifully." league, and because of Cottage Behind Taylor Nieri's game- Grove's No. 7 4A ranking, the high 29 points and nine re- Lions get the wild-card spot to bounds, the O u tlaws (7-15 advance to the first round of overall, 5-5 Sky-Em) turned a the state playoffs. Sisters fills single-digit contest into a 16- Sky-Em's No. 2 position — a point lead midway through home play-ingame. the fourth quarter en route to Knowing that her team will their fifth win in the regular be playing at home makes season's final six games. things even sweeter. "We didn't doubt ourselves," If not for the forfeits, Horner said Nieri, who hit a school-re- said, "we would have been seccord 20 free throws in the vic- ond because we lost to Junctory. "We knew that after we tion City twice. "I look at the wins and losses dropped Junction City (a 38-33 road loss on Feb. 8) that there from the floor," she continued. "We just took second again was really no option but to win. We knew after the games anyway, so I feel like we have gottaken away thatwe needed our retribution in the way we to win, so that's been our main needed it. We earned it. We focus ever since." earned every second of it." Cassidy Edwards anchored The Outlaws' victory FriSisters' first half, pouring in day night proved that Sisters 16 points en route to a 21-point has always been in the hunt performance to go along with for greatthings, Horner said. fiverebounds and four steals. It showed that the Outlaws With Edwards' contributions, have a lot of heart, according as well as the post players to Nieri, and that wins games. Horner called the "unsung he- Now, Sisters will look to the roes," the Outlaws outscored postseason and aim to keep Elmira 13-3 to begin the fourth the magic going. period, opening up what had Horner said the O utlaws been a six-point edge. have what it takes "internally" "We've always been a sec- to continue their run, and Nieri ond-half team, from the very agreed. "We're starting fresh now," beginning," s a i d Hor n e r, whose Outlaws will wait for Nieri said. "I think that from the Oregon School Activities here on out, we're just going Association's final Class 4A to work really hard because rankings on Tuesday night we've worked so hard already to find out who they host in a just to get to this point. After play-in contest. "They came everything we'veovercome, I out knowing that they did not don't think we're ready to stop want anything but a win, and yet." — Reporter: 541-383-0307; they wanted a big w in. It's their tenacity, their determiglucas®bendbulletin.com. nation. You can see it on their faces as they play, and not one of them steps back." McKenzie Ingram paced the Falcons (15-8, 5-5) with 541-548-2066 14 points, but Elmira would Adjustable not regain an advantage af-

(10-13) at home against Bend High. M ountain View.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1 R idgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Ten players scored for the Cougars as Mountain View ran away from the visiting Ravens in Intermountain Hybrid play. Rhiannon A l exander recorded 13 points and five assists, Megan McCadden posted 10 points and seven rebounds, and Hannah Johnson added 12 points for Mountain View, which led 31-23 at halftime. The Cougars (16-5 overall) made 28 field goals against Ridgeview, including six 3-pointers. Chloe Ross led the Ravens with 16 points. Mountain View is on the road Tuesday at Summit. The Ravens (1-22) host Crook County the same day. M adras.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 G ladstone ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 GLADSTONE — M a r ia h S tacona scored a game-high 12 points, dished out five assists and posted seven steals to help the White Buffaloes improve to 6-3 in Tri-Valley Conference play. Madras (12-11 overall) trailed 10-6 at the end of the first quarter but outscored Gladstone 15-2 in the second period to take a 21-12 halftime lead. Inez Jones and Vanessa Esquivel added nine points apiece for the Buffs and Jones grabbed six rebounds. " The last four or f i v e games, teams have really focused on Mariah (Stacona)," Madras coach Mike Osborne said. "Other players are getting shots, and their confidence is going up." The White Buffaloes finish the regular season on Tuesday with a home game against Estacada.

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game. Sydney Longbotham grabbed 11 rebounds in addition to five points for Gilchrist (7-13 overall, 5-10 MVL). The Grizzlies will wrap up the season today when they host Butte Falls.

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BASKETBALL Girls Friday's results Class 5A Intermountain Conference SUMMIT (41) — Raja Char 15, ieinly 10 Edwards7, Patterson7, Hasenoehrl 2, Cumff, Trejo Totals 12 13-1641. BEND I43) — MekaylaIsaak9, Mcclay 8, Burn ham 8, Sylvester 6,Kramer6, Crook3, Froelich 3 Maloney .Totals17 7-15 43. Summit 1 0812 9 2 — 4 1 Bend 1310 15 1 4 — 43 Three-point goals —Summ> t Char, Heinly, Ed wards,Patterson;Bend:Sylvester, Crook

Intermountain Hybrid CROOKCOUNTY(37) —JenaDvens11, Severance 8,Lindburg6,Loper4, Malott 4,Benton 2,Smith L Wood1,Apperson,Estes. Totals1212-1937. REDMOND (65) — KayleeWilson 11, Chantel Dannis 1LBergum9, Benson 9, Current 8, Baker6, Williams 6,Lennie3, Hendricks2, Reed.Totals 23 15-29 65. C rookCounty 7 10 4 1 6— 3 7 Redmond 14 15 16 20 — 65 Three-point goals — Crook County: Ovens; Redmond: Wilson3,Benson

MADRAS(40) — MariahStacona12, Jones9, Esqui vel9,T.Adams5,J.Adams2,Sloan2,K.Adams 1 Totals 16 4-640. GLADSTONE (27) — Bradshaw6, Kerchum5, Burrell 4, Campos3, Simic 3, Bebb2, Peterson2, Webster,J. Peterson,Shoemaker. Totals not available. Madras 6 15 13 6 — 40 10 2 8 7 — 27 Gladstone Three-pointgoals—Madras: Stacona2,T.Adams, Esquivel;Gladstone:NA. Class1A Mountain Valley League HOSANNA CHRISTIAN (51I — Carli Bigby21, Hampton10, Bush9,Thompson4,P Moro 3,Sundet 2, Smith1, B.Moro, Mumay.Totals 20 7-15 51. GILCHRIST(32) —SierraShuey13, C.James8, A.James5,Longbotham 5,Lowell1,Johnson,Archer, Krohnke, Bean.Totals12 5-11 32. Hosanna Christian 13 10 9 19 — 51 Gilchrist 6 7 14 5 — 3 2 Three-pointgoals—HosannaChristian: Bigby2, Bush, p.Moro;Gilchrist: c. Jamesz

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BEND (66) David Larson16, Beaumarchais 15, Robinson14, Scott 11, Spitler 7, Parsons3, Ricker,Johnson.Totals 2313-19 66. SUMMIT (60) — Nick Moyer35, Cattell 10, Peter s 9,Ritchey 3,Rasmussen 3,Menefee,Lucas, Dermon, Mullen,Higlm.Totals 25 3-6 60. Bend 14 14 22 16 — 66 Summit 9 16 19 16 — 60 Three-pointgoals—Bend: Beaumarchais 3, Robi n son 3, Spi t l e r; Sum m i t : Mo yer6, Ritchey. Mountain View 1 71 4 22 18 — 71 Three-pointgoals Ridgeview: Durre;Mountain Intermountain Hybrid View:Johnson2, Platner,Alexander, Bailey, Booster.

ELMIRA I46I — McKenzieIngram14, sink 9,Lay 9,Robbins 7,Kesling 7,Messman,Palmer, Heitzman. Totals 1613-23 46. SISTERS(60) — Taylor Nieri 29, Edwards21, PeNerson 4, Mann4, Rowe2, Craig, Cornis, Ricker, Henson. Totals 15 27-3660. Elmira 1 8 9 12 7 — 4 6 Sisters 20 14 11 15 — 60 Three-point goals — Eimira: Ingram;Sisters: Edwards 2,Nieri. Tri-Valley Conference

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REDMOND(65) — MasonRodby14, Dahlen 13, Brown9, Bordges7, Powell 6, Genz6, Cravens5, Thomas5, Troutman, Davies, Craig, Nieves,Benson, Burroughs.Totals 26 6-14 65. CROOKCOUNTY (52) Preston Washechek 14, Dees11,Benton10,Mahurin6, Rutz3, Kessi 3, Hernandez 3, Cooper2, Tavernia, Bartels. Totals 18 7-21 52.

Redmond 21 13 16 15 — 65 C rookCounty 7 9 15 2 1 — 52 Three -pointgoals Redmond:Dahlen 3,Rodby 2, Cravens,Bordges;CrookCounty. Mahurin2, Rutz, Benton,Kessi,Washechek, Dees, Hernandez. MOUNTAINVIEW(63) —Mitch Modin23, Lannin14, Er>k Siefken12, Haugen10, Carrol 2,Webb2,

ELMIRA(51I — Reid13,Gabuca11,Faye 1II, Bryant6, Nestram6, Adams3, Boggs2, Hieberger 2Totals 1717-24 51 SISTERS(29) — Ethan Luloff 8, Justin Harrer 8,Adams7, Moore2, stadeli z Totals 11 4-11 29. Elmira

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GLADSTON(45) E — Ryun Gibson15, Smith8, Stoutt 6,Browning6, Galvin 4, Kelly 2, K.Wiliams 2, S. Williams 2, D.WilIams, Staehle.Totals 23 4-6 45.

MADRAs(56I Jared Pichette16,Mitchell 14, Haugen13,Yeahquo6,Spino3, T.Smith 2,Sullivan 2, J. Smith,Fine,Lindgren. Totals 2415-21 56. Gladstone 1 8 4 2 2 1 — 45 17 7 14 18 — 56 Madras Three-pointgoals —Gladstone: Gibson3, Stoutt 2 Madras: Mitchell 4, Haugen2, Pichette.

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RIDGEVIEW (39) — ChloeRoss16, Hidalgo 10, H.Wilder8 Durre5, D.Wilder, Stroup, Simmons, Wilcox.Totals16 6-1539. MOUNTAINYIEw I71I — RhiannonAlexander 13, Johnson12, McCadden10 Waldrup9, Booster 9, Platner5, Bailey5, McCarthy 4, Cant2, Warren 2, Farnsworth,Reeves Totals 28 7-18 71. 1 2 11 7 9 — 3 9 Ridgeview

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KurzynowskiLogan, , HjelmCorrigan, Whitsett, Holly. Totals 2510-20 63. RIDGEVIEW I51) — JustimAlvarez 20, O'Neal 13,Bowman 9,Mendazona5,Rollins 3,Johnson1, Stiles, StantonAamodt. Totals 16 9-14 51. Mountain View 1 52 0 12 16 — 63 Ridgeview 14 5 12 20 — 51

LA PINE (60) —Tyler Parsons19, Kraft14, Boen 10, Wieber8, Gacke4, J. Ramirez2, Syres1, Siauw1, Young1,Skopp,A.Ramirez.Totals 2211-2360. SWEETHOME(75) —GrantKauffman23, Sarter 16,Jutte11, Daniels 10,Porter 8 Tison6, Adams 1, Hutch>ns, Rose,Gaskey Totals 2712-16 75. La Pine 8 17 19 16 — 60 Sweet Home 27 2 3 15 10 — 75 Three-pointgoals—La Pine:Kraft 3, Parsons2, SweetHome:Kautfman3, Sarter 2, Daniels2, Jutte, Porter.

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Bend golfer secondagain — Andrew Vijarro again narrowly missed his first developmental

mini-tour win. This week, three The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — A move down the California coast hasn't changed a thing for Fredrik Jacobson. One week after his best finish in more than a year,Jacobson birdied the two toughest holes at Riviera on his way to a 6-under 65 on Friday and a share of the lead with Sang-Moon Bae going into the weekend at the Northern Trust Open. The Swede did just about everything well, from his tee shots to his iron play, just what it takes to get around the classic design of Riviera. And it helps to get a little luck, such as a 55-foot birdie putt from just off the green at No. 9 that bumped along until disappearing for an unlikely birdie. "That was probably the biggest bonus of the day," Jacobson said. Bae played in the morning and began with four straight birdies, all of them from tap-in range until holing a 25-foot putt on the 13th. He wound up making birdies on half of his holes in his round of 65. They were at 9-under 133, one shot clear of John Merrick (66) and John

Tour events — a tie for eighth in Hartford as the defending champion, and his tie for seventh last week at Pebble Beach. "I obviously take a lot out of that, just being in contention again," he said. "I've had some good practice sessions before, but to bring it on the course and play under pressure, that's what it's about. And the sooner I can get back and put myself in this position where Ican get some pressure, that's the best practice you can get." The shocker was that everyone finished the second round, a rarity at Riviera with a 144-man field. Robert Streb had to make par on his last hole for 70 players to make the cut. Instead, he missed a 5-foot putt and took double bogey. That not only allowed 10 players into the weekend at 2-over 144, but Streb wasn't one of them. His double bogey dropped him to 3 over. In other events on Friday: Colombian up one in Australia CANBERRA, Australia — Colombia's Mariajo Uribe shot a 6-under 67 to takea one-stroke lead over 15-yearold amateur star Lydia Ko and South Korea's Jiyai Shin after the second round of the LPGA Tour's seasonopening Women's Australian Open. Uribe had a 15-under 131 total at Royal Canberra. Two-time British Openwinner Shin had a 67, and Ko followed her opening 63 with a 69. Eagle helps Langer take lead NAPLES, Fla. — Bernhard Langer holed a 9-iron shot from 141 yards for an eagle on the par-4 10th and finished with a 10-under 62 to take a three-stroke lead in the Champions Tour's rainy ACE Group Classic. Bob Tway was second after a 65, and Tom Pernice Jr., Jay Don Blake and John Huston shot 66.

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Simpson (66). Phil Mickelson was lurking, despite a sloppy double bogey on the 10th hole. Mickelson still managed a 67 and was five shots back. "I had a little hiccup on the 10th," Mickelson said. "I was just trying to make 4 and I couldn't even do that. But 4 under is not a bad round, with the exception of No. 10. That took a great round and turned it into a pretty good round." It sets up for a wide-open weekend along Sunset Boulevard. Twenty players were separated by five shots. That included defending champion Bill Haas (67) and Matt Kuchar, who had a pair of double bo-

Show Continued from C1 It has partnered with the Central Oregon Visitors Association on marketing "to leverage resources and continue to position the region as a golf destination in key markets," says Alana Hughson, COVA president/CEO. For the first time the Golf Trail — w h ich i s f u n ded mostly by the proceeds of its Player's Card discount program and nominal dues paid by each participating facility — is manning its own booths in Vancouver, Sacramento and Spokane in an effort to cast a wider net. The idea is to reach new markets, crucial if Central

Oregon golf courses are to teem with visitors, Hughson says. And golf shows provide a relatively direct path to

golfers. "Maintaining and growing a presence at top-tier golf consumer shows in the West is a vital component of the

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geys in a 73. They were four shots behind. Sergio Garcia bogeyed three of his last five holes for a 73 and was in the group at 4-under 138 that included Mickelson, Ernie Els and Adam Scott.

CentralOregon Golf Trail Golf showsthe coalition of 24 area golf course has attended orplans to attend this year: • Seattle Golf & Travel Show — Feb. 8-10

• Spokane Golf Show — Feb. 16-17 • Portland Golf Show

(Oregon Convention Center) — Feb. 22-24 • Vancouver Golf & Travel Show — March 2-3

•HagginOaksGolfExpo (Sacramento) — April 26-28

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as golf destinations in the strategy," H u ghson s a ys. world. The knowledge base " Representation a t these is expanding, and that is our travel trade shows by Golf ultimate goal." Trail members is designed How often a convention to support and complement attendee turns a questionCOVA's comp r ehensive and-answer session into an broadcast, print and digital actual vacation is hard to Central Oregon Golf Trail figure, Berg concedes. But, marketing campaign." he adds, early returns have Reminding golfers t h at been encouraging. "It's a process," Berg says. Central Oregon exists is one "But we certainly get webthing. Is the Golf Trail booth, site hits and p hone calls adorned wit h p i c turesque from people who are (at the images of Central Oregon's shows)." varied golf landscapes, efHuffer says the Golf Trail fective in actually piquing could expand to even more enough interest to actually shows in the West next year, motivate a golfer to travel to i ncluding as fa r a way a s the region? Arizona. " Absolutely," s ay s P a t "As we go forward we're Huffer,head professional at going to continue to evaluate Crooked River Ranch and the shows and the exposure," Golf Trail president. "We've Huffer says. "We're taking filled our database and have baby steps so far, but I think had new golfers come to the we're beginning to catch on." area." In the end it comes down Golf show attendees are to a goal for t h e Central unlikely to sign up for a trip Golf Trail that is necessary on the spot. The booth is to keep so many golf coursthere more to plant a seed, es for such a smallregion Huffer says. healthy. "It's a good opportunity It also provides feedback on where Central Oregon for us to expand and imstands compared with other prove our golf destination," golf destinations. says Berg, "and attract more "We're definitely gaining people." — Reporter: 541-617-7868, ground," Huffer says. "We've moved up the ladder as far zhall@bendbulletirLcom.

Jacobson has chronic back issues, and he has them under control at the moment. Since his lone win at the Travelers Championship in the summer of 2011, he has only two top 10s in official PGA

ond-place finish, Vijarro placed second at aGateway Protourna-

mentat Anthem Golf and Country Club in Anthem, Ariz., near

Phoenix. TheBendgolfer shot a 9-under-par 70-68-69 — 207 to

finish alone in second place in a field of 99 players. Vijarro, a Bend High graduate who turned pro last

June after a four-year collegiate career at the University of Oregon, finished one stroke behind winner Ryan Dillon, of Dallas. The runner-

up finish earnedVijarro $7,000 and moved him to fourth on the Gateway money list with $13,750

in winnings through three tournaments this year.

W idgi Creek names new head prO —Matt Phillips has been namedthe headprofessional at Widgi Creek Golf Club in Bend. Phillips, 39, had been the head

pro at Aspen LakesGolf Course in Sisters for four years before leaving the golf business in June 2011. Phillips replaces Dan Ostrin, who

was head pro atAspen Lakesfor eight seasons before being let go from the club last month as part of

a restructuring effort.

G.O. Golf Trail Player's

Card on sale —TheCentral Oregon Golf Trail, a marketing

partnership of nearly two dozen Central Oregon golf courses, is currently selling its 2013 Player's

Card. For $139 ($159after March 31 j, holders are entitled to a 50 percent discount off the regular

green fee for one round ateachof 19 participating courses through Dec. 31. The Player's Card is valid

for rounds after noon sevendays a week, including holidays. A por-

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Fredrik Jacobson chips to the 10th green in the second round of the Northern Trust Open golf tournament at Riviera Country Club in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles, Friday. Jacobson is tied for the lead after two rounds.

weeks after earning his first sec-

E AST LONDON, South A f r i ca — Brazil's Adilson Da Silva opened a three-stroke lead in the Africa Open, completing a 10-under 62 in the winddelayed first round and shooting a 68 in the second. The 41-year-old Da Silva had a 14-under 130 total on the East London course in the event sanctioned by the European and South Africans tours. South Africa's Jaco Van Zyl was second after a 67.

tion of the proceeds from sales of the card benefits the Central

Oregon Junior Golf Association and funds a $1,000COJGAscholarship sponsored by the Golf Trail.

To purchase, visit Central Oregon Visitors Association on 705 S.W. Bonnett Way, Suite1000 in Bend,

or online at centraloregongolftrail. com. — Bulletinstaffreporfs

GOLF SCOREBOARD The Bulletin welcomes contributions to its weekly local golf results listings and events calendar. Clearly legible items should be faxed to the sports department, 541-3850831, emailed to sports@bendbullesn.com, or maile d to P.O.Box 6020;Bend,OR 97708.

Club Results BRASADA

stein's shootout, Feb.10 Stroke Play Gross:1ltiel, JohnBaker,73; Rosie Cook, 73.3, pat woerner,75. 4(tie), charlieRice,78; verl steppe, 78; stein swenson,78. Neu 1,Normorio, 67.2, Dick Kalac,70 3, Justin Walsworjh,71. 4(tiel, Frank Knchief,72;KentWickham,72;RogerAiken, 72. CENTRALOREGON INDOORGOLF Spring LeagueWeek1, Feb.12-14 at Simulation of Indian SpringsCountry Club Net Scramble

1, Mara Mccleery/DaniMccleery/Justin scott,23. Kp — Mara Mccleery, No.7. DESERTPEAKS

SundayGroupPlay, Feb.10 Stroke Play Gross:1 Denny Story, 72.2,FredBlackman,73 3 (t<e),Franc>scoMorales,75; GaryHopson,75.Nee1, Jimwyzatd,64 2,Russscholl,65.3, GerryEllis,sa KP — DonKraus. LD —MikeGardner. EAGLECREST

Men's Club, Feb.13 at Ridge Course stableford scoring A Flight — 1, Reed Sloss, 45. 2, Dennis Flinn, 44. 3,RogerEdgerly,4z 4 (tie), RandyMyers, 41, Ron Wolfe,41. 8 Flight — 1,JimMeyers, 41.2 ltiei, HenryRogers,39, Mac Heitzhausen 39 4,KenWellman,37.5 ltiei, BobReed, 36; KenBenshoof, 36;PaulPertner,

stroke-playtournament atMeadowLakesGolt Course in Primevile.Individualstroke-playtournamentteesoff with a10a.m.shotgun.Costis $20plus greenfee. For more informationor to register,call theMeadowLakes pro shopat541-447-711a March 2 — Rotaryclub of Jetfersoncounty's CherryTreeOpen is a four-personscrambletournament held at Kah-Nee -Ta High Desert Resort near WarmSprings. Shotgunstart at10 a.m.Cost is $60 per person andincludes netand grossprizesandholein-onecontest.Registrationdeadlineis Feb.21, and individualhandicapslimited to 26.Formoreinformation or toregister,call 541-815-8317. March 9-10 — TheKah-Nee -Ta Spring Invitational atKah-Nee -TaHigh Desert Resort onthe Warm SpringsIndianReservation is presentedbytheOregon ChapterOfthe PGA.Admission is tree to spectators. For moreinformation, call 541-553-4971or visit wwjN. orpgacom March15 — CentralOregonWinter Seriesevent at JuniperGolt Coursein Redmond. Beter-ball tournament begins with an n a.m.shotgun.Two-person teams with nomorethanoneprofessionalallowedper team.Costis $30tor professionals, $50foramateurs. cost includesgrossand netskinscompetitions. Gart costs extra.All players mustsignUpby noononthe Thursdaybeforethe event. To register or for more information, call Pat Huffer, headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at541-923-6343or email himatcrrpatO crookedriverranch.com . March 22 —CentralOregonWinter Seriesevent at pronghomclub's Nicklaus coursenear Bend. scramblebeginswithann a.m.shotgun.Two-person teams with nomore thanoneprofessional allowedper team.Costis $30tor professionals, $50foramateurs. cost includesgrossandnet skinscompetitions. Gart costs extra.All players mustsignUpby noononthe Thursdaybeforethe event. To register or for more information, call Pat Huffer, headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at541-923-6343or email himatcrrpatO crookedriverranch.com . April 1 — CentralOregonSeniors Golf Organization eventat EagleCrest Resort in Redmond. The

format is individualgrossand netbest ball, aswell as teambest ball. Cashprizesawardedateachevent. Tournament series is opento men's club membersat host sites,andparticipants musthaveanOregonGolf Association handicap.Costis $150for theseasonplus a$5 per-eventfee. Formore information, callTedcarlin at 541-604-4054. April 4 — Central Oregon Golf Tourindividual strokeplaytournament at pronghornclutrs Nicklaus Coursenear Bend. TheCentral OregonGolf Touris a competitivegolf seriesheldatgolf coursesthroughout CentralOregon.Grossandnet competitions opento all amateurgolters of all abilities.Prizepoolawarded weekly,andmembership not required Formoreinformation or toregister:541-633-7652,541-318-5155, or www.centraloregongolftourcom. April 5 — CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat Brasada RanchGolf CourseinPowell Butte Better-ball tournament begins with ann a.m.shotgun. Two-person teams with nomorethanoneprofessionalallowed per team.Costis $30tor professionals, $50for amateurs. Costincludesgrossandnet skins competitions Cart costsextra.Al playersmustsign Upby noonon the Thursday before the event. Toregister orfor more information, call Pat Huffer, headpro at Crooked RiverRanch,at 541-923-6343or email himatcrrpat@ crookedriverranch.com. April 22 — CentralOregonSeniors Golt Otganization eventat Kah-Nee-TaHigh Desert Resort near WarmSprings Theformat is individual gross and net bestball, aswell asteambest ball. Cashprizes awardedat eachevent. Tournamentseries is opento men's clubmembers at host sites, andparticipants musthaveanDregonGolf Association handicap.Cost is $150for theseasonplus a$5 per-event fee. For more information,call Tedcarlin at 541-604-4054. April 25-28 — Thecentral oregonshootout is a two-personteamevent held at Aspen Lakes Golf Coursein Sisters, BlackButte Ranch andEagle Crest Resort in Redm ond. Thetournamentwill feature scramblebest , ball andChapman formats Cost is $580 per teamandincludes greenfees, carts, rangeballs, teegift, continental breakfast, andlunch.

Deadline toregister is April 17orfirst180 teams.For more information or to requestanentry form, call541549-4653,541-595-1294or 541-923-4653; orvisit www.aspenlakes.com,blackbutteranch.com,or www . eagle-crest.com.

Professional PGATour STATISTICS

ThroughFeb. 10 Scoring Average

1, BrandtSnedeker,68.8a 2, Chris Kirk, 69J1. 3, CharlesHowell III, 69.0. 4, BrianGay,69.31. 5, Kevin stadler,69.61.6, Jimmywalker, 69.64. 7,Russell Henley,69.70. 8, Brianstuard, 69.73. 9, Robert Garrigus,69.74. 10,MattKuchar,69.75. Driving Distance 1, Ryanpalmer,30.0. 2, stevenBowditch, 306.3. 3,JasonKokrak,306.0.4,Nicolascolsaerts,305.z5, John Daly304.7. , 6, LukeList, 304.2.7, RobertGarrigus, 3037. 8, BradFritsch, 303.6. 9,SeanO'Hair, 30a3.10,TagRidings, 3030

Driving AccuracyPercentage

1, RusselKnox, l 74.70%.2, JeffMaggert, 74.21%. 3,DavidToms,7z73%.4,Tim Clark,72.12%.5,Ken Duke,71.67%.6, Kevinstadler, 71.50%.7, Jin Park, 71.0jj%. 8, ZachJohnson,70.87%. 9, Dicky Pride, 70 62%.10,Patrickcantlay, 70.16%.

Greens in Regulation pcu 1, Bubbawatson, 8z54%. 2, zach Johnson, 79.01%. 3, camilo villegas, 78.40%. 4, Jordan Spieth, 77.78%.5, NickWatney, 77.38%.6, Brandt snedeker,77.19%.7, Nicoiascolsaerts, 7685%.8, GrahamDeLaet, 76.39%.9 (tie), WebbSimpsonand Bill Haas,7619%. Total Driving

1, Kevinstadler,39. 2, BooWeekley, 40. 3, D.J. Trahan,54. 4, RossFisher, 6z 5, LucasGlover,69. 6 (tie), Kevinstreelmanand Bily Horschel,80. 8, Brendon deJonge,8z 9 (tie), RussellHenleyandJordan Spieth,85.

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CLINICS OR CLASSES Saturdays —Seriesoftune-up golf clinics tor ladies atCentral OregonIndoor Golt in southeastBend. Bob Garza,director of instructionat Lost TracksGolf Club in Bend,w>ll teachhybr>d s and ta>rway woods (reb. 16)anddrivers (Feb.23). Eachclinic beginsat1 p.m.andcostis $65to attendaIfour essons. Formore intormationor to register: AnnaRobbins at skisrar© bendbroadb and.com. TOURNAMEN TS Feb. 22 —CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat CrookedRiverRanch. Aggregateshamble begins with an 0a. m shotgun.Two-personteamswith no more than one professionalallowedperteam. Cost is $30for professionals$50 , for amateurs. Costincludesgross and net skinscompetitions. Cartcostsextra. All piayers must signupbynoonontheThursdaybefore theevent To registeror formoreinformation, call PatHufer, head pro atCrookedRiverRanch, at541-923-6343or email him atcrrpat@crookedriverranch.com. March 2 — PolarBearOpenis an individual

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On the mend American International Group is making progress after nearly collapsing in the 2008 financial meltdown. In the years since the crisis, AIG has been selling off divisions and raising money to repay government loans. Today it is about half the size of its former self and has been profitable the last two years. Even so, Wall Street has forecast that the company will report a loss for the fourth quarter on Thursday.

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THE BULLETIN • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013

BRIEFING

More 4G service coming to region U.S. Cellular plans to bring its high-speed mobile network to

several Central Oregon communities by the end of the year, the com-

pany announced Friday. Customers in Bend,

Redmond, Terrebonne and Powell Butte will

be able to access 4G Long Term Evolution

service, which provides faster Web browsing

and video streaming on smartphones and tablets. U.S. Cellular, which

had 5.8 million custom-

a o e's eersarenowon a • Central Oregon's latest breweryoffers unusual flavors By Rachael Rees The Bulletin

Rat Hole Brewing has kept a low profile for the past year at its home east of Bend, but its owners recently began sendingsamples ofitsbrews to growler stations and pubs around town. "We've been working on trying to get our beer at a level we thought was worthy

of public distribution," said Susan Toepfer, who co-owns Rat Hole, with her husband, Al. "They demand high quality beer in Bend." The brewery is the latest of about 20 in Central Oregon to release its beer to the public. The Toepfers plan to serve their chocolate oatmeal porter tonight at "Have a Heart for Bend," a fundraiser for St. Vincent de Paul. Construction of the brewery started in October 2010, and two years later, Rat Hole received its license from the

Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Since then, the couple has been experimenting with different brews on their 2'/2-barrel system. To catch the taste buds of the discerningbeer drinker, Susan Toepfer said, the brewery bypassed the popular styles seen in Bend, like IPAs, and chose to incorporate flavors like hazelnut, saffron and a lemon wheat into its brews. "We are doing all kinds of testing right now to see what the possibilities are," she said. "They're endless." Bottled samples of Rat

Hole's porter and red ale were given to three growler stations two weeks ago, and another eight locations got a taste this week. "You can give a beer to 10

people and they're all going to have a different reaction to it," she said. "You have to keep sampling it out." Al Toepfersaid the brewery should have up to seven beers for distribution in kegs this year. They have no plans to bottle beer, other than for special occasions, he said. In March, Platypus Pub on Northeast Third Street in

Bend plans to hold a tasting of Rat Hole's beers, putting two of the brews on tap, said Tom Gilles, co-owner of the pub. Gilles said his bar is famous for offering the crazy unusual flavors people like to try, but he still sells more IPA than anything else. "Getting a consistent handle in town takes a lot of work, but the bottom line is you have to have a good beer," he said.

"As long as you make good

beer it will be served around town." — Reporter: 541-617-7818, rrees@bendbultetin.com

ers in 26 states at the end of the third quarter,

expects to have 4GLTE service in 3,800 com-

SEChas

munities across the nation by the end of the

year. Verizon Wireless

new tech to fjght

rolled out 4G LTE service in Bend in October, and BendBroadband

upgraded its wireless Internet to 4G LTE in 2011. Most of the major

carriers offer some type of 4G service, and have 3G, or third gen-

fraud

eration, coverage. To use the higher-

By Dina EIBoghdady

much of the nation's

more populated areas

The Washington Post

speed 4G LTE network,

WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to launch new computersoftware later this year to spot accounting anomalies, including potential fraud, in the financial statements companies file with the

however, consumers must have smartphones or other devices equipped to access it. Many 3G devices cannot access 4G LTE. — From staff reports

agency.

a

The software would scan a firm's financial disclosures, assess risk factors, and generate a score based on a model

BEST OF THE BIZ CALENDAR TODAY • Design workshop: New homes, new products, cooking and appliance demo and bath remodeling; 9:30 a.m.; Neil Kelly, 190 N.E. Irving Ave., Bend;541382-7580. SUNDAY • Central Oregon Saturday Market 2013 kickoff meeting: New and returning vendors are invited to plan for and find out more about the upcoming summermarket; free; 1 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-42090 I5 TUESDAY • Visit Bendboard meeting: Open to the public, email Valerie© visitbend.com to reserve aseat; free; Sa.m.; Bend Visitor Center, 750 N.W. Lava Road; 541-382-8048. • Nursing program orientation: Review the selection procedure for students interested in applying to COCC's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program aswell as the prerequisites for applying and supportcourses necessaryforthe AAS degree;itis not necessary to be enrolled at COCC to attend this orientation, and reservations are not needed; room 305, building 3; free; 9-10 a.m.; Central OregonCommunity College, Redmond campus, 2030 S.E College Loop, Redmond; 541-3183741. • Crooked River RanchTerrebonne Chamber Of Commerce networking social: Troy Ford, owner of 5T's Computer Repair and Video Surveillance, will host the event; food and networking opportunities; free;5:30 p.m.; Juniper Realty, 14290 S.W. Chinook Road; 541-9232679. • How to start a business: Presented by COCC Business Advisor Robin Mirrasoui; RSVP requested; free;6 p.m.; La Pine Public Library, 16425 First St.; 541-382-1795 or541-383-7290 or www. midoregon.com.

To find free incometax preparation help, visit the Events Calendar at www. bendbulletin.com/events. For the complete calendar, pickup Sunday's 13ulletin or visit bendbulletin.comlbizoal

developed by the agency, Patrick TahanI sah Jose Mercury News

Nicholas Talesfore, owner of ID-3D Design, holds a Bluetooth iPod Nano Watch Case as the 3-D digital design of the product is shown on a computer behind him in San Jose, Calif.

Craig Lewis, the SEC's chief economist said in a recent speech. The score would be used to identify potential outliers within a peer group. "It is a model that allows us to discern whether a registrant's financial statements stick out from the pack," said Lewis, who also heads the agency's risk, strategy and financial innovation division. The software is scheduled to be available in nine months. The effort is the most recent sign of the agency's commitment to beef up its technological prowess as it tries to better police Wall Street and avoid oversight lapses, like the ones that allowed the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme to go undetected for years. The new software is based on an existing model that the SEC has used to evaluate hedge fund returns and identify fraud, mostly by looking for performance that was inconsistent with a fund's investment strategy. The agency brought seven cases based on information culled from that project since 2011. "This success has only fed our ambition for what we can do with sophisticated datadriven monitoring programs," Lewis said. The goal is to make use of the "veritable treasure trove of information" that the SEC regularly receivesfrom companies.

so tware revo utionizes esi 0 c onsumer ro ucts By Steve Johnson San Jose Mercury News

While developing an electric bicycle for his San Rafael, Calif., company, Marcus Hays had planned to insert a battery into one of the bike's supporting tubes. But then he did an analysis of his concept with three-dimensional computeraided design software. The technology revealed anotherway the bike could be built. "We learned that if we changed the shape of the tube slightly, literally by a half an inch in one direction, we w ere able to reduce the costof our goods by approximately $350,000 dollars in the first 100 bikes," said the 53-yearold founder of Pi Mobility. In years past, anyone designing a new product had to laboriously draw their idea on paper and then erase their work or start all over on

another sheet if their boss or some customer insisted on a last-minute alteration. But that has changed with the advent of three-dimensional computer-aided design software. Used for everything from guitars, cars, toys and furniture to houses, electronic gadgets, candy bars and clothing, 3-D CAD technology allows products to be sketched out and easily modified in stunning displays that can be tilted, spun around, flipped over and viewed in countless

ways. As a result, the task of making many products has become more efficient, less expensive and quicker than ever before, according to those who use the technology. Moreover, they say, because of the software's growing adoptionby businesses, store shelves in the future will be filled with an increasing vari-

ety of new merchandise. "The consumer will benefit definitely from this," predicted NicholasTalesfore,who uses the technology at his Campbell, Calif., company, ID-3D Design, to help others create items for sale. But "the downside," he added, is there are going to be a lot of obsolete products, because newer products will come out every six months or three months." Although 3-D CAD has been around for half a century, its use has exploded as the technology has improved. Just about every type of consumer industry employs it today, from makers of luxury yachts to golf clubs to health products. San Jose, Calif.based Align Technology, for example, says its technology can create 3-D digital images of patients' teeth, which then can be turned into veneers, inlays, crowns and bridges.

With 3-D software, instead of having to erase or redraw product concepts when adjustments are required, alterations

can simply be plugged into the computer, which instantly displays the new version on its screen. That lets designers not only experiment with appearance, but also substitute parts or add features to the model, and see the changes automatically reflected in every view they look at. "It enables you to get a look at a product in the very early design process," said Anye Spivey, CEO ofLion Hound Technology in Oakland, Calif., which used the services of ID-3D Design to create a Bluetooth iPod nano watch case that fits on a person's wrist so they can listen to music wirelessly while exercising. "And when you are selling an idea to investors, that is a critical component."

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE • John Taylor, a portfolio manager at RBC Wealth Management in Bend,has been selected asone ofeight finalists for the 2012 RBC Volunteer of theYear. Taylor Taylor Leach von served onthe board ofthe Borstei Deschutes County United Way, as vice chairman of the has experience as alocal Fremont District Boy Scouts business owner andmore of America and as avan driver eight years of experience for the local Disabled American than in real estate and residential Veterans group. construction. • Bea Leach, of John L. Scott • Mark Garcia has joined Real Estate in Redmond, Remington Real Estate in Bend was the top listing agent for as a broker. Garcia is a local January. business owner andhas more • Noah von Borstel, of John L. than nine years of experience Scott Real Estate in Redmond, in mortgage lending and was the top salesagentfor residential construction. January. • Craig Glazier has joined • Matt Burgess has joined the commercial division of Remington RealEstate in RE/MAX KeyProperties in Bend as a broker. Burgess Bend as abroker. Glazier

Burgess G a rcia will be focusing on leasing and investment sales. His experience includes being a foundingowner and managing partner of a real estate investment, development and management firm and managing investment portfolios. • Jo Ellen Silva has joined the residential division of RE/MAX Key Properties in Bend as abroker. She specializes in relocation and residential acreage properties, as well as buyer andseller representation. She has been

Silva

F r i edman S treater

licensed since 1997. • Howard Friedman, of Compass Commercial Real Estate Services andKen Streater, of ARIS Group, were presented the 2012 Transaction of the yearAward at the Commercial Investment Division of the Central Oregon Association of Realtors annual presentation. It was the first time the awardwasgiven to two separate Realtors. Friedman represented the seller of the property and Streater represented the buyer. The transaction closed in February

administration and aMaster of Business Administration from the University of Washington. • Hair stylist Tracy Newton, Ashley N e w to n B l a nch- who works at O'Hairs Salon in Bend, recently completed ette a three-day Redken Symposium Professional 2012 after being on the market Stylist haircolor course in Las for more than six years. yegas, where shelearned the • Eii Ashley has been latest techniques in color and appointed president of the hair cuts. She hasworked as a board for the City Club of Central Oregon. Ashley has 30 hair stylist for 24 years. years experience working with • Craig Blanchette has joined Northwest Quality Roofing capital campaigns, challenge in Bend assales director and grants, public-nonprofit project supervisor. In this partnerships, events, boards, position Bianchette assists committees and strategic in the daily operations of the planning. He previously was company, including quality the executive director of the assurance, scheduling, Tower Theatre Foundation dispatch and placing orders. He and was aparticipant in the also leads residential sales and City Club of Tacoma. He has a customer relations. bachelor's degree in business


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JULIE JOHNSON

"It's just the most fun I've ever had playing music. It's impossible to be unhappy when you're playing the ukulele." — Linda Roberts, Bend resident and member of the Bend Ukulele Group

Schwab Amphitheater's first two announced

concerts of the season, featuring the Steve Miller Band and Pink

Martini, are on sale now. Classic rocker Steve Miller, whose long

string of hits includes

ou can't fool Mother Nature,

"The Joker," "Jet Airliner" and "Abracadabra,"

they say.

But Mother Nature can fool you, or maybe just make a fool of you. Also, Mother Nature can make moot your well-laid plans to have your children learn from the natural consequencesoftheir own choices. I'm a big believer in natural consequences. Forget your homework? Then you'll get a failing grade on it, because I won't go back home to pick it up and bring it to school. Forget to feed the dog? You'll get no dinner, either, until all the pets are fed, watered and otherwise taken care of. This time of year, I depend on the weather to reinforce the natural consequences of my children's forgetfulness (or stubbornness, depending on how you look at it). I can remind them a dozentimes before we leave the house to grab their coats, but inevitably at least one will forget. We'll be halfway to the grocery store before I notice that despite my cajol-

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Televisioncommercialshowshow America isaccepting of Islam By Samuel G. Freedman

in 1989, Quaker Oats removed Aunt Jemima's kerchief and On a S u nday a f ternoon gave her pearl earrings so s everal months ago, I w a s she no longer evoked a house engaged in one of my favor- slave. ite religious rituals, watchI was intrigued enough by ing pro football on television. the Prudential commercial to During a break in the game, I find Abdul-Rashid. Like the reflexively clicked the "mute" other nine people in the cambutton on the remote control. paign, he is an actual person, But my eyes stayed fixed on a not a hired performer. And as startling commercial. his name implies, he is MusThe screen showed a bald- lim, a n A fr i c an-American ing man with tawny skin and born in Los Angeles who cona salt-and-pepper goatee, and verted to Islam in 1980. seconds later it spelled out his A bdul-Rashid, wh o d o e s name: Mujahid Abdul-Rashid. some acting on the side, first The advertisement went on to heard about the Prudential job show him fishing, playing in a through a search for recent reyard with two toddlers and sit- tirees that was picked up by an ting down to a family meal. email list for actors in the Bay One week later, again dur- Area, where he lives. He made ing an NFL game, thesame it through several rounds of incommercial appeared. This terviews to be selected for the time I listened to the words. series of "Day One Stories," as The advertisement was f or the campaign was called. His Prudential's financialproducts spot had its debut during CBS News' "60 Minutes" in Novemforretirees.Abdul-Rashid was talking about his own retire- ber 2011 and has played about ment after 19 years as a cloth- 130 times since then on neting salesman, and the family works like the History Chantime he now intended to enjoy. nel and ESPN. Adweek maga"That's my world," he said zine saluted the commercial over that closing shot of the with one of its "Ad of the Day" family dinner. designations. New Yorh Times News Service

someone who strives to live in the way of God," he said. "And, yes, it means holy warrior, too. But if you ask me, that means

fighting the good fight. If you see a hungry person and feed him, that's fighting holy war. The greatest holy war is within ourselves."

Expanding the dream

Not being an advertising specialist, I consulted several experts to hear their view of the Prudential commercial. They concurred on its uniqueness and importance. "It expands our idea of the American Dream and it gives us a new way of looking at it," said Timothy Malefyt, a professor of marketing at Fordham University who worked in the advertising industry for 15 years. "This guy shares our ideals, our fears. He talks about his work ethic, his love of family. Right away, you can see he's Muslim. So he's different from us, but he's also like us. This lets us re-evaluate America Muslim identity." The ad struck Nazia Du Bois, the director of global cultural strategy for Ogilvy & Mather, as singular in the Appealing, everyday person Ad doesn't mention religion American market. "I can't think of any other What I had just seen was Nobody from Prudential or something rare and laudable: from Droga5, the agency that ad as bold, as brave, as this," what seems to be the f i rst created the "Day One Stories," she said in an interview. Ammass-market product c o m- ever a s ke d A b d u l-Rashid plifying her point in an email, mercial featuring an identifi- about his religion. Nor does she wrote, "This commercial ably Muslim person not as a the commercial show him in demonstrates an enlightened security risk, not as a desert any religious activity. Still, for definition of what it means to primitive, but as an appealing, any sensate viewer, his name be American. It does this by everyday American. alone attests to his Muslim broadening the definition of As if t o u n d erscore the identity. the American 'everyman.'" "I'd never thought about the If you want a delightful postpoint, the Prudential commercial with Abdul-Rashid was ad inthose terms, because the script, try this: Abdul-Rashid, appearing on television dur- thrust of the commercial had with more time for theater as a ing the same period last fall nothing to do with my religion retiree, is performing in an acthat saw two widespread com- whatsoever," A b d ul-Rashid, claimed revival of August Wilmercial campaigns vilifying 61, said. "You saw an African- son's play "Gem of the Ocean" Muslims. One was the series of American family interacting in San Diego. ads on New York subways and and then my name atthe end. But there's a more depressbuses placed by a group led by But one day I went to a mosque ing footnote, too. When I conPamela Geller, the outspoken in Oakland with my f r iend, tacted Prudential for comment blogger and critic of I slam, and the imam said, 'This is about the c ommercial, the which depicted a worldwide good; it lets people know we company repeatedlydeclined conflict between the civilized are the mainstream.' " to speak. Its vice president West and Islamic "savages." Abdul-Rashid's first name, for global c ommunications, The other was the billboard given to him by a Saudi AraDeborah Meany, asserted in during the presidential cam- bian teacher with whom he an email that Prudential had paign that showed President studied Islam before convert- no idea Abdul-Rashid was Barack Obama submissively ing, is the kind of thing the Muslim. kissing the hand of a sheik. Pamela Gellers of the world An aphorism says that no Then, during last weekend's could have waved like a flag. good deed shall go unpunSuper Bowl, a Coca-Cola com- Even some of Abdul-Rashid's ished. You can only hope that mercial trotted out the stereo- theater colleagues suggested Prudential's silence about its type of the Arab on camel- after the attacks of Sept. 11, own admirable commercial back. As points of comparison, 2001, that maybe he would be isn't an example, in a nation consider that Frito-Lay retired wise to change his name. He where Islamophobia persists, its "Frito Bandito" caricature refused. of a good deed that is being "The name Mujahid means disavowed. more than 40 years ago. And

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ANTIOCH CHURCH:Senior Pastor KenWytsma;Sundayat9:30a.m.; Redux Q-and-A after the service; BendHighSchool,230 N.E.Sixth St., Bend.

NATIVITY LUTHERANCHURCH: Pastor Craig Jorgensen; "OnHoly Ground," based onExodus3:1-6, as part of the series "Season of Lent — 40 Days of Renewal"; Sunday at9 a.m. and11 a.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend.

BEND CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP: Pastor Dave Miller; "Speak Up for What You Believe: Part 2"; Sunday at10a.m.;4twelveyouth group: Wednesday at 7p.m.; 19831 Rocking Horse Road,Bend. BEND CHURCHOFTHE NAZARENE:Pastor Virgil Askren; "Six Reasons toCelebrate"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.;1270 N.E. 27th St., Bend. COMMUNITYOF CHRIST:Elder Mark Petrie; "GiveYour First Fruits," based on Luke4:1-13; Sunday at11 a.m., following 10:45 a.m. praise singing; 20380 Cooley Road, Bend. DISCOVERYCHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor DaveDrullinger; "Clarifying the Mystery," based onJohn 3:1l5;Sunday at10a.m.;334 N.W . Newport Ave., Bend. EASTMONTCHURCH:Pastor John Lodwick; "Love," from the series "God Is" based on1 John 4:8,16 and John15:13; Sunday at 9and 10:45 a.m.; 62425 EagleRoad, Bend.

GRACEREFORMED PRESBYTERIANCHURCH:Pastor Dan Dillard; "God, Workand Rest: Part 2," based onGenesis 2:1-3; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 62162 Hamby Road,Bend.

CONCORDIALUTHERAN MISSION: The Rev. Willis Jenson; "Christ Conquered theTemptations of the Devil for All Men," based on Luke 4:1-2; Sunday at11 a.m.; held at Terrebonne GrangeHall, 828611th St., Terrebonne.

SPIRITUALAWARENESS COMMUNITY OF THE CASCADES: Guest speaker DougCristafir; "Random Acts of Frequency"; Sunday at 9 a.m.; held at The OldStone Church,157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend.

EXPERIENCEGOD'S POWER AND ENRICHMENT: Women only, worship and praise event; free; 7 p.m.Feb. 20-22; Prineville Praise andWorship Center Pentecostal Church of God, 405 N.W. Ninth St., Prineville; 541241-4207 or ttcsmithmom©aol.com.

SPRINGS OFLIFEMINISTRIES: Evangelist and Bible teacherEddie Cienda; W ednesdaysat7p.m.;The Sound GardenStudio, 1279 N.E. Second St., Bend.

UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OFCENTRAL OREGON: The Rev. Alex Holt; "Where Does Wisdom Live?"; Sunday at11 a.m.; at the Old StoneChurch,157 N.W. Franklin Ave., Bend.

GRACEFIRSTLUTHERAN CHURCH:Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "What Seeds areSown?" and "WWJD?";Sunday at9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend.

COMMUNITYBIBLECHURCH AT SUNRIVER:Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "The Purpose of the Gifts," based on1 Corinthians14:2033, as part of the series "Growing Up God's Way"; Sundayat9:30 a.m.;1 Theater Drive, Sunriver.

RIVERWOODSCHURCH:Pastor Rene Houle; "The Weapons: Living in Victory," based on Psalm1; Sunday at11 a.m.; 60377 Cinder Butte Road, Bend.

THE FELLOWSHIPATBEND: Pastor Loren Anderson; "God's Building," based on1 Corinthians 3:9-23; Sundayat10 a.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend.

FOUNDRYCHURCH(FORMERLY FIRST BAPTISTCHURCH):Pastor Bryon Mengle; amessagebased on Philippians 3:1-11 aspart of the series "1 Mind: AJourney Through Philippians; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; 60 N.W. OregonAve., Bend.

AGAPE HARVESTFELLOWSHIP: Youthgroup Wednesday at7 p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, LaPine.

REAL LIFECHRISTIAN CHURCH: Pastor Mike Yunker; "God's Redeeming Love"; Sunday at 8, 9:30 and11 a.m.; 2880 N.E.27th St., Bend.

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH:The Rev. David Carnahan; "If," based on Luke 4:1-13; Sunday at 8a.m. (guitarled worship and communion) and11 a.m. (piano/organ-led worship); 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road, Bend.

FIRSTUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: The Rev. Thom Larson; "Wandering," based onLuke4:113 and Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16; Sunday at 9 and 11a.m.; 680 N.W. Bond St., Bend.

SHEPHERD'SVALLEYCOWBOY CHURCH:Pastor Jordan Weaver; Sunday at 9 a.m.and10:30a.m.; in the cafe of TheRim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility, Brasada Ranch, 17037 S.W.Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte.

NEW HOPE CHURCH:Pastor Randy Myers; "The Word of Assurance," as part of the series "WhenGrace Speaks"; today at 6 p.m. andSunday at 9 and 10:45 a.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend.

FATHER'SHOUSECHURCH OF GOD:Pastor Randy Wills; "Followers Worship," as part of the series, "Are YouCrazy"; Sunday at10a.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road, Bend. The youth group meets Wednesday at 7p.m.

FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH: Lead pastor Steven Koski; "Money," as part of the series "Simplifying the Soul"; Sunday at the 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 5:01 p.m. services; 230 N.E Ninth St., Bend.

Eric Burtness; "Letting the Lord Be My Shepherd," as part of the series "Psalm 23: NewTime With an Old Friend"; Sunday at8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond.

PURIM CARNIVAL:Games, crafts, prizes, lunch, silent auction and raffle sponsored by theJewish Community of Central OregonandTemple Beth Tikvah to benefit BenTannen Community Religious School, come in costume; $10per person, $30 per family; 11 a.m. Mini-Megillah reading, carnival at11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Feb. 24; 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend. MIGHTY BE OURPOWER: Kathleen Jacobson will lead this book review anddiscussionofwomen as peacemakers, soup lunchavailable; donations accepted;12:30-2:30 p.m. Feb. 24; Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850 Brosterhous Road,Bend; 541-388-0765.

WESTSIDECHURCH:Pastor Bo Stern; "Signs of Life, Part 3 — Healing at the Pool"; todayat6:30 p.m.and Sunday at 8, 9 and10:45 a.m.; 2051 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend. WESTSIDESOUTH CAMPUS: Pastor Scott McBride; "Signs of Life, Part 3 — Healing at the Pool"; Sunday at9 a.m. and10:30a.m.; 'l245 S.E. Third St., Bend.

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

"Omkar" (Aum) Hinduism

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"Yin/Yang" Taoist/ Confumanism

FAITH CHRISTIAN CENTER 1049 NE 11111 St. • 541-382-8274 SUNDAYS:

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

This Sunday at Faith Christian Center, Pastor Mike will be sharing his message, "Now's The Time" in the

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COMM U N ITY BIBLK CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL

541-593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707 "Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome!

Sunday service, beginning at 10:30 am.

SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

Childcare is provided in our Sunday morning service.

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

On Wednesdays "Restored Youth" service begins at 7:00 pm A number of Faith Journey Groups meet

throughout the week in small groups, please contact the church for details and times. The church is located on the corner of Greenwood Avenue and NE 11th Street. www.bendfaith.com REDMOND ASSKMBI.Y OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS

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

Adult Classes Celebrate Recovery W ednesdayNITE Live Kids Youth Group

Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel of the Community Bible Church will preach a message from I Corinthians 14:20-33 entitled, "The Purpose of the Gifts" in the series titled "Growing Up God's Way" at the 9:30 service tomorrow. The church is located at Beaver and Theater Drives in Sunriver Everyone is welcome. •Women'sBibleStudy -Tuesdays,10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs - 6th gr.) Sept.- May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6: 15 pm • Men'sBibleStudy -Thursdays9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 F 4 year olds Call for information

I•• EASTMONT CHURCH

NE Neff Rd., I/2 mi. E. of St. Charles Medical Center Sundays 9:00 a.m. F 10:45 a.m.

Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

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

CALVARY CHAPEL BEND

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

Worship Services Sundays 6:00 p.m. Hispanic Worship Service Weekly Bible Studies and Ministries for all ages Contact: 541-382-5822 Pastor John Lodwick

www.eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the

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

9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10: 15 AM Worship Service This Sunday at Foundry Church,

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

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

16137 Burgess Rd Tuesday, Wednesday S 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, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12:00-12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3;30 pm Confessions: Sundays 3:00-3: 15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631 NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC

Masses Saturday - Vigil 5:00 PM

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

Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AMF 7:00 PM Domingo 12:30PM - Misa en Espanol

Sunday Worship Services: 8.00 am, 9.30 am, II:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30am6 II:00am Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor

For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org •

Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday3:00 PM - 4;45 PM - English Thursday 6:00 PM - 7:00 PMEnglish o Espanol Domingo 11:15 AM - 12:15PM - Espanol

Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756 Wepreach the goodnewsof JesusChrist, singgreat hyinns of failh, and searcli the Scriptures together. Sunday Worship Service - 10:30 am Bible Study- Thursday, 10:30 am Teaching from the KJV and NKJV Bible Pastor Ed Nelson 541-777-0784

www.redmondbbc.org

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

Serving Central Oregon for 20 Years, We Are a Non-Denominational Egalitarian Jewish Community Our Synagogue is located at 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend, Oregon 541-385-6421 Resident Rabbi Jay Shupack Rebbetzin Judy Shupack Shabbat and High Holiday Services Religious Education Program Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training Weekly Torah StudyEvery Sat @ 10 am Adult Education Upcoming Events: Friday, February 8, 6:00 pm Erev Shabbat Service Sunday, February 10, 3:00 pm Tannen Religious School Friday, February 15 In Home Shabbat Dinners Friday, February 22, 6:00 pm Erev Shabbat Service Sunday, February 24, 3:00 pm Ben Tannen Religious School *Torah Study meets every Saturday at !0:00 am that there is not a service*

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

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am W ed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Fria 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

ECKANKAR

Religion of the Light andSound of God Experience an Eckankar Community HU Learnhow tosing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, pronounced like the word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, singing HU can bring you greater happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state of consciousness to the Divine Being. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love. Singing HU can help you experience: • Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release offears • Answers to your questions For more information please visit www.eckankar.org or www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476. •

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

Jueves 7:00 PM - Misa en Espano

8 am Holy Eucharist 9:15 am Education for All Ages 10:15 am Holy Eucharist (w/nursery care F Godly Play) The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector All are welcome through our red doors

Stations of the Cross Friday 7:00 PM - English

Corner of NW Franklin S Lava Masses Sunday 4:30 PM Monday- Friday 7:00 AM 8 12:15 PM Saturday 8:00 AM Exposition S Benediction Monday after 7:00 AM Mass —6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday after 7 00 AM Mass6:00 PM Thursday after 7:00 AM Mass6:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Reconciliation Tuesday 7 30 AM - 8:00 AMEnglish o Espanol Saturday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AMEnglish o Espanol

Estaciones de la Cruz Viernes 7:00 PM - Espanol

THE SALVATION ARMY 755 NE 2nd Street, Bend 541 -389-8888 SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 541 NE Dekalb

Sunday School 9:45 am Children & Adult Classes Worship Service - II:00 am Major's Robert F Miriam Keene NEW HOPE EVANGELICAL

20080 Pinebrook Blvd. 541-389-3436 Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH KLCA Worship in the Heart of Redmond Sunday Worship Service 8:30 am Contemporary 11:00 am Liturgical Sunday School for all ages at 10 00 am Wednesdays in LentSoup Supper 6:15 B Service 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, snacks and felloaship after each service M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rdTues.Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

FIRST PRKSBYTKRIAN CHURCH 230 NE Ninth, Bend

(Across Ninth St. from Bend High) All Are Welcome, Always! Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

Simplifying The Soul: Money 9:00 am contemporary 10:45 am traditional 5:01 pm relaxed Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided "God, lews F History" Rabbi Jay Shupack 3:00 pm —Sundays Continues through March 10 Wednesday Noon SilenceF Supper Worship 12:30 pm Contemplative Prayer Youth Events See Youth Blog: http://bendfp.org/youth/

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

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

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

HOUSE OF COVENANT

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF CENTRAL OREGON

TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH

Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our members represent a wide range of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families and Jews by choice. Our monthly activities include social functions, services, religious education, Hebrew school, Torah study, and adult education Rabbi Glenn Ettman Friday, February 22 at 6:30 pmShabbat Service Saturday, February 23 at 9:00 amTorah Study Saturday, February 23 at 10:30 amTorah Service Sunday, February 24 adult education (call for information)

Sunday, February 24 - Purim Carnival II:30 am - I:30 pm Come in costume! Central Oregon Community Sunday School Congregation Shalom Bayit 21555 Modoc Lane, Bend Annual passover Community Seder M onday, March 25 at6:00 pm For information B reservations: www.bethtikvahbend.org

EASTMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL "Educating and Developing the Whole Child For the complete schedule of for the Glory of God" Services 8 Events go to: Pre K - 5th Grade www.bethtikvahbend.org 62425 Eagle Road, Bend• 541-382-2049 Principal Lonna Carnahan For more information about our education www.eastmontcommunityschool.com programs, please call Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826.

SundaySchedule

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

American Missionary Fellowship

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

CAPILLA DE SANTA CLARA

BERKAN BIBLE CHURCH In Parinersfiipwith

POWELL BUTTE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays Potluck 6 pm Music and the Word 7 pm Sunday Worship Services 8:30am- 10:15 am-11 am Nursery F Children's Church Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Osborne and Glenn Bartnik 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte 541 -548-3066 www.powellbuttechurch.com

(JEWISH COMMUNITY OF CENTRAL OREGON) www.jccobend.com

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

Messianic Synagogue Est. 1994 We provide a congregational setting

for lews 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 Visit us on the web at www.houseofcovenant.org or contact us at 541-385-5439 LIVING TORAH FKLLOWSHIP

© Celebration Church 63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend Saturday 10:30 am - 2 pm Worship/Dance-StudyFood/Fellowship Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping in Spirit and Truth 541-410-5337 Children's Program www.livingtorahfellowship.com

2/17: Divine Service: The Festival of Ash Wednesday(Observed).I00 PM. 2/24: Vespers. I:00 PM 3/3: Vespers. I:00 PM. 3/10: Vespers. I:00 PM. 3/17; Vespers. I:00 PM 3/28: Divine Service: The Festival of Maundy Thursday 7:00 PM. 3/29: Divine Service: The Festival of Good Friday. I;00 PM

The Rev. Willis C. Jenson, Pastor. 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), Terrebonne, OR www.lutheransonline.com/ condordialutheranmission Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Phone: 541-325-6773 GRACK FIRST LUTHKRAN CHURCH 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 541 -382-6862

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

9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service Nursery Care S Children's Church ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM 8:30 am Sunday WEDNESDAY 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study THURSDAY

10:00 am 50+ Bible Study WEEKLY

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

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SOVKREIGN GRACK CHURCH

www.sovereigngracebend.com •

CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTER 21720 E. Hwy. 20• 541.389.8241

Sunday Morning Worship 8:45 am & 10:45 am

Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7.30 a.m.

WednesdayMid-Week Services Children F Youth Programs 7:00 pm

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

Nursery Care provided for all services.

NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

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

"SeasonofLent- 40 DaysofRenewal" By Interim Pastor Craig Jorgensen Sermon title "On Holy Ground" Exodus 3:1-6 -

9 am Informal Service 9;15 Junior Church II am Formal Service

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

COMM U N ITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

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

Bible Study at 10 am on Wednesdays

Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor

(Child care provided on Sundays.)

9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children S Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 11:00 am Traditional Worship

www.nativityinbend.com Evangelical Lutheran Church in America TRINITY LUTHKRAN CHURCH S SCHOOL LCMS 2550 NE Butler Market Road Bend, OR 97701 541-382-1832

Childcare and religious education for children is available. See our website for more information www.uufco.org Meeting place: THE OLD STONE 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Maih PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 www.uufco.org

(541) 385-3908

UNITY COMMUN ITY OF CENTRAL OREGON Join the Unity Community

Sunday 10:00 am with Rev. Jane Meyers Youth Program Provided The Unity Community meets at 62855 Powell Butte Hwy

(near Bend Airport) Learn more about the Unity Community of Central Oregon at www.unitycentraloregon.com or by calling 541-388-1569

Two questions: WliatdoesJesasashof as? What doesorganized religion ashof us? I-lowdifferent lfie answers appear lo be! 'Seeking answers tothefirst question? Soarewe. Worship with us Sunday, February 17th at II a.m in the Community Room of Redmond'sRay's Market, 900 SW 23rd Street, just off of Hwy 126. Or, come early at 10 a.m. for adult study and discussion. All Peoples meets on the first and third Sundays of each month. On March 3rd, we meet again in the Community Room of Redmond's Ray's Market. For details, directions and possible help with car-pooling,

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

Women's Bible Study Tuesday 9: 15 a.m.

Rev. Alex Holt: "Where Does Wisdom Live?": This morning we will continue our consideration of the Six Sources of Unitarian Universalist faith. The third Source speaks to wisdom.Where does wisdom reside and how do we enlarge its presence in our life?

email: allpeoplesucc©gmall.com or call: 541-390-6864

541-420-1667

LentenServiceWednesday 6;30 p.m.

February 17, 2013 at 11:00am:

ALL PEOPLES UNITKD CHURCH OF CHRIST

SUNDAY

MISSION (LCMS) Themissionof! Iie Cliurcli is!o forgive sins(hroayh ihe Gospeland(herehygrant e(ernal life. (St. fohn 20:22-23, Augsburg Confession XXVIII.8, 10) 10 am Sunday School II am Divine Service

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

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

Senior Pastor Virgil Askren CONCORDIA LUTHERAN

HOLY REDKKMER CATHOLIC PARISH

near Christmas Valley Bryon Mengle will be speaking from Philippians 3:1-11. Come hear what the Bible has to say when dealing with a believer's confidence.

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

Pastor Duane Pippitt

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CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541-548-2974 www.redmondchristian.org SundayWorship 9:00 am F 10:30 am

CONGREGATION SHALOM BAYIT

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

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

Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "Wandering" Scripture: Luke 4:1-13 Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16 9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday School during the 9 am Service ii:00 am - Traditional Service

Childcare provided on Sunday *During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music S Fellowship

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson firstchurch©bendumc.org

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8 am Guitar Led Worship 9:30 am Education Hour for all ages 11 am Organ/Piano Led Worship Church Website: www.trinitylutheranbend.org School Website: www.saints.org Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Rev. Patrick Rooney Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause

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Continued from D1 Many don Hawaiian shirts ': il W and sip on alcoholic bever/ 3 tOt/l ages, giving the place the laid.1st back vibe of a Jimmy Buffett concert. Patrons from Kelly D's, which adjoins the room where they jam, occasionally wander in to lu check out the concert. This week one fellow meandered over and was instantly transfixed by the large group. When they wrapped up "Runaround Sue," he cheered and hollered "That is freaking awesome!" It's a sentiment that gets expressed a lot around BUGS. Longtime member Roger FishPhotos by Andy Tullls /The Bulletin er says this about playing each Members of the Bend Ukulele Group, including Bob Rasmussen, center, and Anne Howard, center right, play and sing songs together at week: "I haven't had so much their weekly, Tuesday jam at Kelly D's bar in Bend. fun my whole life." ular at the weekly sessions. Eyed Girl," "Can't Help FallBeginning 'ie. Despite the age difference ing in Love With You," "Dead I When Anne Howard came between her and most of the Flowers," "Eight Days a Week" to Bend in August 2010, one members of BUGS, Anya says and "Harvest Moon." of her first ideas was to start people treat her just like one of The group is welcoming to a ukulele club. Howard's dad the group. She likes the ukule- new members. As new faces taught her how to play when le because it is easier than the filed in, someone would say "She's new, can you help her?" she was just a girl. For years, guitar and it's fun to play with she avoided the instrument, other people. They set newcomers up with coming back to it only recently. song books and shared music How easy is it? She keeps a photo of her father stands. playing the uke on her music S o just how easy is it t o BUGS is hoping to spread stand;they were able to share learn the ukulele? I put Ras- the love. The group recently their love of the instrument just mussen to the test. He took donated 40 ukuleles to High before he died recently."He about 20 minutes before the Lakes Elementary School and was just thrilled," said Howard, jam started this week to teach hopes to donate more instruthat she had picked it up again. me what he could. Inthat time, ments to other schools for chilH oward c o nnected w i t h I was able to learn a few basic dren to learn to play. Bob and L i nda Rasmussen Anya Rozek, 11, of Bend, strums along and sings with the Bend chords and get the strumming BUGS raised the m oney and by January of 2011 the Ukulele Group. Rozek was the youngest musician at the jam. technique down. It didn't seem for the instruments through a informal group formed. They to matter much that I had al- weekend-long event last sumstarted off playing in friends' most no musical background. mer called Ukulele University, living rooms — just a handful to record"Tiptoe Through the to shut her up," joked Roberts. By the end of the lesson, I which included workshops, of people each week. Tulips." Instead, she ended up falling wouldn't h av e n e cessarily jams and much more. The But as time went on, the group But it is making a comeback in love with the ukulele. "It's been able to play along with event was a big hit and they grew and grew. They moved to now. Eddie Vedder — of the just the most fun I've ever had the songs, but I probably could are planning another Ukulele a local brewery, then outgrew rock band Pearl Jam — replaying music. It's impossible have faked my way through. U for this July. The group also that; they moved to a local bottle corded an album featuring the to be unhappy when you're And with 60-some ukuleles sends afew volunteers to a loshop and outgrew that, too. instrument, "Ukulele Songs," playing the ukulele." there, any mistakes would be cal nursing home every month "People hear us and it brings and it has been featured on well hidden. to share the music. "There are no wrong chords, a smile to their face," said How- popular recordings bythe rock Playing Surveying t h e cr o w ded ard. "It draws people to you." band Train ("Hey Soul Sister") One of the great appeals of there are no bad voices," said r oom Tu e sday, Ho w a r d Fisher believes people are among others. playing ukulele is how easy it Fisher. He jokes that many of smiled. "When you think of also drawn to the group beWhile people may associate is to become proficient. With the BUGS members wouldn't where it started, with four of cause they want to find a way the ukulele with happy, care- just four strings, it's much eas- feel comfortable singing alone us playing in living rooms, this to connect with one another free music,it can offer sad, ierand more manageable than in the shower, but with 50 other is awesome. Look at this! It's and "to enjoy each other's com- deep and complicated sounds the standard guitar, which has people "all of a sudden you are kind of taking over." pany in a nonthreatening way." as well. "As an instrument, it's six strings. The smaller size just part of a crowd." — Reporter: 541-617-7860, It's comfortable and no one This is a way to participate and not limited in any way," said also helps, especially for kids ajohnson@bendbulletin/com make music with friends. Rasmussen. or more petite people. The is judging. "It releases a lot of Most of the people playing cost also makes it accessible. people's inhibition," said Fisher. Ukulele in BUGS came to the instruRasmussen estimates a decent The group favors songs Rooted in Hawaii, the uku- ment fairly recently. Bend resi- ukulele can be purchased for from the 1960s and 70s — they Central Oregon lele has come and gone in dent Linda Roberts has been about $100. always open the show with • Derm a tology Mark Hall, MO popularity through the years. playing and teaching music At age ll, Anya Rozek was Bob Dylan's "You Ain't Goin' It was a hit in the 1950s, but for most of her life. She first the youngest person at the jam Nowhere." Songs during the then many people grew to dis- came to one of the jams be- this week. She started playing recent jam included "Brown • . s I. . s s like it after Tiny Tim used the cause her friend kept pester- ukulele last fall after her grandinstrument in the late 1960s ing her about it and "I wanted parentstaught her. She is a reg/t nn ''tttti ltttiil ~'t/I nt .

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LOS ANGELES — "Safe Haven" will f in d n o r e fuge at the box office this weekend, as the latest "Die Hard" movie is set to annihilate the competition. " A Good Day t o D i e Hard," the fifth installment in the Bruce Willis action franchise, is expected to gross a robust $55 million by Monday evening, according to those who have seen pre-release audience surveys. 20th Century Fox, which released the film in theaters late Wednesday evening, is anticipating a softer opening of about $40 million. Either way, the weekend's other three nationwide debuts won't stand a chance at securing the No. 1 position. Romance author Nicholas Sparks' eighth f i l m ad a ptation, "Safe Haven," will probably collect about $25 million during its first five days in theaters. Another film aimed at young women, "Beautiful Creatures," could p r o ve to be a rival for "Safe Haven," as the supernatural romance may take in about $22 million over the long weekend. The animated 3D film "Escape from Planet Earth," the only new movie that debuted Friday instead of Thursday, is set to gross about $19 million during its first four days of release.

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(Billy Campbell) receiving a message and then discussing it with Secretary of War Edwin Stanton (Graham Beckel). Despite the sweltering heat, the bearded men wear waistcoats and jackets, and t he women are decked out in perioddresses,with corsets.The only person who seems comfortable is local actor Benjamin Perkinson, with his little suit and slicked-back hair, as Lincoln's young son, Tad. In production is "Killing Lincoln," set to air Sunday on National Geographic Channel, a two-hour mix of drama and documentary based on the b est-selling " h i storical thriller" of the same name by Fox News Channel anchor Bill O'Reilly and historian/researcher Martin Dugard. Tom Hanks narrates. Executiveproducers forthe project are brothers Ridley and Tony Scott (the latter who tragically committed suicide

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Billy Campbell portrays Abraham Lincoln in the television film "Killing Lincoln," based on the best-selling book by Bill O'Reitty.

in August 2012) for Scott Free Productions, in p a r tnership with N a t ional G e ographic Channel. The o ther s c ene b e i ng shot in t h e s m all b u ilding — crammed with c ameras, crew and cast — is between Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth (Jesse Johnson, son of actor Don Johnson) and his sister, Asia (Sara Eshleman). It features Booth singing a song whose lyrics were uncovered duringresearch forthe movie. It's a sad scene, in which Asia realizes that her brother's fanaticism will ultimately be his undoing. A bit later on, when the crew breaks for lunch, Beckelwho has just arrived that day

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on his phone to show Beckel the inspiration for his look. "Man, you're perfect," Beckel says to Johnson. "Which one's you? You're p erfect. You've got the swagger." "Yeah, man," says Johnson. "I'm really excited that you're on this project. You don't know me, but I know you." Beckel is the brother of one of O'Reilly's fellow Fox News

Channel commentators, liberal Bob Beckel ("The Five"). But both Beckel brothers also have a personal connection to the Lincoln assassination story. Beckel explains, "My greatgrandfather wa s i n F o r d 's Theatre the night that Lincoln got killed. I'm very close to this story." He's also done some reading about the theory that Stanton was, if not complicit in the assassination, not exactly ignorant of it. "Boothput abulletin Lincoln's head," says Beckel. "But it was something that Stanton damn well knew about. But he didn't want him to go to the theater. He was ambivalent about it. "His fingerprints are all over it, only because he knew ... but he didn't know Booth. Stanton had spies all over the country. He was aware of it, and he knew what the motives were." As an actor playing an assassin who w a s a n a c t or, Johnson did his research and says, "What I discovered was a man who was completely c ontradictory t o m y hi g h school history books, in terms of character.He's this very complex, passionate and magnanimous, magnetic character that was so often depicted as this demonic, mustache-twirling villain — and understandably so. " President L i n coln w a s martyred, and Booth was vilified. That was the black-andwhite story that could be told,

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that could sell newspapers and then make its way into the ink of our history books forever." As rainbeginsto fall outside, the movie caravan moves to a series of what may have been cotton or grain storehouses next to some railroad tracks, where Campbell is shooting a scene inwhich Lincoln poses for photographs with Tad. Already t a l l , Ca m p bell

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added to his hair, grown a beard and had makeup to create the dark, war-weary shadowing around Lincoln's eyes. While he didn't have time to lose weight for the role as the rail-thin Lincoln, the resemblance, even up close between takes, is remarkable. Says Campbell, "We felt it was important to convey this hidden side of Lincoln, this sense of his almost wasting away with p r emonitions of death, even as he was outwardly so poised and steadfast through the closing of the war." Campbell didn't have much time todo research, and since hitting Richmond, he's been doing a bit of catch-up. "What I've learned so far," he says, "just being here and talking to the people that are knowledgeable about Lincoln, the little bit of r eading I've been ableto do since I've been here, his humanity, how much he hadto overcome personally to do what hedid,how much what he did took out of him."

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letter last spring about a Canadian woman who insisted that people north of the border are nicer than people in the U.S. Your letter shows that's not necessarily the case. The next time someone makes an unkind remark about your body art, look the person in the eye and say, "That you would say something so hurtful to me shows you are uglier on the inside than you think I am on the outside." Dear Abby: My boyfriend and I have been dating for 11 months. He's 18 and I'm 17. Every date we go on is initiated and planned by me. For once, I'd like to be surprised and swept off my feet by his actually planning a date. I don't know how to go about this. I want to tell him without hurting his feelings. — Get ting a Lit tleBored in Quakertown, Pa. Dear Getting a Little Bored: The basis for a successful relationship is communication. While I don't advise you to tell your boyfriend that you're "getting a little bored," I do think it would be helpful to express that you'd like HIM to plan your dates once or twice a month so you don't have to do all the work in maintaining the r elationship. That's not hurtful; it's truthful. — Write to Dear Abby at dearabby.com orP.o. Box 69440, Los Angeles,CA 90069

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harmony between structures and the environments in which they are built. According to M ar k H u f fman, general contractor and co-owner of Sage Builders, modern designs not only create a unique and clean aesthetic, but they are also more energy-efficient. "Having a l a rge overhanging roof with a low pitch requires less materials to build," Huffman said. "They also have the added benefit of shading the windows for more of the day which keeps the house cooler in the summer." Falconer said that clients with tight budgets avoid more expensive green technologies such as solar panels. However, some building practices inherently support a greener lifestyle.

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• Fully renovatedcondooffer quality • Travertine floors, rock fireplace • All new appliances • Murphy bedoffersadditional sleeping room • Very comfortable w/balconyviews of forest lk river MLS¹ 201107707

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Powell Butte: Great 5 Acre Property( $129,000

Gem in the Rough( Three Rivers South J$165,000

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3153 SW 35thSt.,Redmond ~ $212,000 • Meticulously cared for home in Cascade View Estates »' • 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 3-car garage ~ tj • 1867SF ' P t I lly p h t d i t • Upgraded baths i • Great backyard for entertaining w/freshly stained decks, nicely landscaped. MLS¹ 201300742

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Picture Perfect on Large Lot ~ $260,000

29 Eaglewood, Sunriver ( $299,000

SHARC • 2 decks, carport MLS¹201209274

• PrestigiousEaglewooddevelopment • 3 beds, 3baths, 1916SF • Private standalonecondo • 2 Master suitesw/their own

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New Listing - 510 NW Utica Ave ~ $314,900

River Canyon Estates ) $315,000

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• Lovely,likenewhomein desirable River

• 3 beds, 2 baths • 1898 SF single level • Large bedrooms & closets • Newer roof, windows, tile, carpet & gas forced air heat • 1 Mile from Downtown!

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• Single leve on approx. 1/2 acreot • Beautifully remodeledhomewith tastefulfinishes • Spacious greatroomliving • 500 SF solarium with hot tub • Fully fencedbackyard,roomfor RV or boat • 3 bedroom,2.5bath, 2070SF MLS¹201300854

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

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• 3 bed, 2 bath w/bonus room • 1815 SF & vaulted ceilings • Stainless steel appliances • Large 2-car garage • Fenced yard

• 55149 Forest Lane

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• .38acre lot • Adjacent to fairway • Private, close to amenities • Utilities at lot • Ridge at Eagle Crest Resort offers 3 golf courses, 18-hole puttingcourse,3sportcenters, restaur ants,tennis,pools,and extensive pathways

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

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

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• 8 weeks/year or trade with RCI! • 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath Loft

CanyonEstates • Gorgeouskitchenw/maple cabinets, granite countenops&SSappiances, nook andbeautiful hardwoodfloors • Spaciousmaster retreat with walk-in closet andensuite with soakingtub • Formal living &dining, fantastic great room &vaulted ceilings • Triple car garage &central A/C

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Quality Single Level ( $379,000

17940 Parkway Lane ( $399,000

Luxury Townhomes( Offered from $414,750

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

• Located on Bend'swest side • P, + Large (.21 acre)landscaped lot + 2 bedrooms, 2baths, plusden P, Iliv I.,:~ • Great room floor plan, open & light usaav , f a-...-.l . • Many upgrades, professionally I%1% decorated • Includes appliances, A/C, water feature ,-.':~:-.':.'; .,'-:;..'.' •:. ~'~ : MLS¹201300837

• Expansive,one acre homesite • Elevated, overlooking ¹3, ¹4, ¹5 & ¹6 fairways

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• Permitted GP Building w/living quarter/loft • Bath, laundry area, septic, well & pumphouse • RV hookups inside & out,100 amp breaker ln shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend • Buud your dream home while you live ln loftarea oryour RV MLS¹2011P5898

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Mt. Bachelor & Deschutes River ViewsJ$429,000

River Rim Custom Home ( $429,900

1700 NW lowa ( $460,000

Riverfront & Golf ... ~ $475,000

• Expansive decks overlooking the river

• 3 bed, 2.5 baths, 2183 SF • • • •

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West Side Park-like Setting ( $495,000

He a rt of NorthWest Crossing ) $569,000

• Desirable community of Rimrock West • Community access to the Deschutes River • 1904 SF lodge style home • Upstairs loft can be studio or 3rd bedroom • Wrap-around deck to enjoy the sound of the river MLS¹201300623

• 3bed/2.5 bathlocated onCompass Park inheart of NWX • Charming2734SFbuilt byGregWelch • Den/offlce on mainfloor off formal entry • 3bedrooms upalongw/open bonus area &laundryroom • Master bathw/soakingtub, walk-in

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• In area ofhigh-value homes • Possible owner terms MLS¹ 201100814

• Mature old growth pine trees, beautiful landscaping. Must see! ' MLS¹201208025

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• This gracious 2120 SF home has it all! • Single level, Cascade views • 2 Masters plus 3rd bed/office • Abundance oflight, storage • 2-car garage • Fantastic location with

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3487 NW Conrad Drive ~ $750,000

This Property Has It All ( $849,900

• Stunning in Awbrey Glen • Cascade Mountain & 2nd fairway views • Spacious gourmet kitchen • 3 bed, 3.5 bath, 4080 SF MLS¹201 204632

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• Athletic field w/barn • Mountainviews • Teak gazebo • Beautiful water feature MLS¹201204343

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• Overlooking 10th fairway & green • Custom home completely remodeled in 2004-05 by Melrose Construction • Kathy & Karol Niemi interior plan/ design with quality & detail - 4476 SF • 5 bed, 5.5 bath,main levelmaster • Great room design. Wonderful indoor and outdoor living spacious, quiet cul-de-sac location

• 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4363SF • Located on the 6th green/7th tee box in BrokenTop • Italian terra cotta tile, Brazilian walnut floors & Travertine • Knotty Alder inset cabinetry, limestone &slab granite • Cascade Mountain & golfcourse views MLS¹201204037

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19395 Cayuse Crater Ct. ~ $1,150,000

• 6792 SF, 6 bed, 4.5 bath

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High carpet & vinyl flooring Three Pines j $595,000 easterly views back Inc. 541-504-1338 Real Estate ad. Beautiful city views from Sunriver/La Pine Homes parking too! $79,900 Lakes Realty & Prop- and interior has been • 3488 sq.ft. Great room ing to common area this 2 60 0 s q . ft. MLS¹201106963 erty Man a gement freshly painted. 936 plan and short distance to Widgi Creekj sq. ft. garage has a 3bd/2.5 bath E agle 8 Butternut, Sunriver. D&D Realty Group LLC 541-536-01 1 7 • 3 bedroom, 4.5 bath sports center, swim $499,000 Need to get an ad shop area, 2 bays & Crest home. H u ge $294,900 3 bdrm, 2 866-346-7868 • MLS 201300652 ming pools, s pray price reduction! MLS¹ • 2586 sq.ft. townhome bath, built i n 2 0 00, N ewer home with 4 $309,900 Powell Butte 50 amp power for an Virginia Ross, Broker, • 18th fairway & pond in ASAP? park. Home-ID 989 5 .58 acres w it h 3 R V. S e parate R V 201206886 $449,000. High Lakes Realty & ABR, CRS, GRI Eagle Crest Properties John bedrooms, 2 view bdrm, 2 b ath, 2391 covered storage and L. Scott Real EsProperty Ma n age- large 541-480-7501 baths, split floor plan, • MLS 201208996 866-722-3370 s q. ft. h o me. C as carport. $139,500 tate 541-548-1712 ment 541-536-0117 Fax it to 541-322-7253 We never stop moving: large workable cade Mountain and Deborah Benson, PC, MLS¹ 201208272 $264,500 Bright, open Beautiful custom home 1715 Mare Ct . 1 8 09 kitchen, and plenty of Smith Rock views. All Broker, GRI Juniper Realty, Great Room plan w/ all on 1 level. Large The Bulletin Classifieds sq.ft., 3 large bdrms, room for a large fam- stainless appliances 541-480-6448 541-504-5393 floor to ceiling winily. Nice size yard too. in kitchen. Beautiful windows for 30x60 shop, We never stop moving: dows, gas fireplace & light/bright c o m fort. $165,000. High Lakes MLS ¹ 201202015 master suite with walk The Bulletin's built-in buffet opens to Huge master s uite NEW Construction! 3 Realty & Pr o perty$76,000 in closet, jetted tub in "Call A Service a large deck overbdrm, 2 b ath, 1700 w/vaulted ceilings & D&D Realty Group LLC MORRIS Management bath, double vanity Cg looking the first green skylights. Cozy family sq.ft, 23 acre lot, tile 541-536-0117 541-475-3030, with marble and trav Professional" Directory REAL ESTATE of t h e Cha l lenge room w/gas fireplace floors, tile backsplash, ertine thr o ughout. is all about meeting Indcpendcndy&mcd andOperat«d Priced to Sell! Affordlandscaped, fenced. Course. 4 bedroom, open t o kit c h en. 51875 Fordham Dr. 4 Tack room, hay stor yourneeds. a ble l i v ing, g r e at MORRIS 3.5 bath, 2074 sq. ft. $169,900 bdrm, 3 b ath, den, starter or investment. a ge, f e nced an d $209,900 Home-ID 951 MLS201209125 REAL ESTATE 2206 sq. ft. $194,500. Call on one of the MLS¹201208542 cross-fenced for Say "goodbuy" I dcpc dc dyo cd d O pc rcd Eagle Crest Properties John L. S cott R eal Pam Lester, Principal High Lakes Realty & $49,900. horses. Home-ID 988 professionals today! MLS¹201208170 866-722-3370 B roker, Century 2 1 Property Ma n ageto that unused Estate 541-548-1712 D&D Realty Group LLC Eagle Crest Properties Woodside Ranch Gold Country Realty, ment 541-536-0117 866-722-3370 item by placing it in 1620 SF home adjoins 866-346-7868 60590 NE Mayberry Ct. Want to impress the Beautiful home in Great Inc. 541-504-1338 90-acre pasture with Cascade Truck and Ve- View of Mt. Jefferson 1204 C h e ryl condition $184,900 The Bulletin Classifieds 3 /4, 2516 sq.ft , 7 7 Dr i v e. relatives? Remodel walking trail. hicle Wash. 1 7 071Wonderfully Single level, 3 bdrms, 2 New construction! SW acre lot on Mountain loc a ted Gorgeous Home on 2 2-mile Tracy, $39 5 ,000. h ome with a c o m - acres with shop. High Heat pump, propane High Golf C o urse. your home with the baths, office, 1792 sq. Redmond $161,900 stove, dbl gar + boHigh Lakes Realty & 5 41 -385-580 9 MLS ¹201209416 help of a professional ft. , NEW Stainless 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 manding view of Mt. Lakes Realty & Propnus rm . $ 1 39,900. Ma n age- Jefferson and the sur- erty steel appliances, large sq. ft. 2-story home, Property Daria Nelson, Broker from The Bulletin's Man a gement MLS¹20120766 kitchen with e a ting gas fireplace in great ment 541-536-0117 rounding area. Beau- 541-536-01 1 7 "Call A Service Three Rivers South j Fred541-771-4483 Call Nancy Popp bar. New blinds, fresh Real Estate Group room. L a n dscaped tiful well kept home Professional" Directory $97,500 541-815-8000 paint in & out. with sprinkler system with spacious rooms. 152674 Long P r airie, Crooked • .86 acre lot River Realty 1755 sq. ft. with ga747 Jim Hinton MLS¹201207534 MLS¹201206924 • 1 block from Big Desrage and shop on 5.2 1 6751 SW Dove R d . 541-420-6229 Jim Hinton Southwest Bend Homes $599,900 Outstanding $239,000 D&D Realty chutes River acres. $145,000. High detail in design and Central Oregon Realty 541-420-6229 Group LLC • Near La Pine State B eautiful cust o m c onstruction of t h i s Lakes Realty & Prop- 2,500 Group, LLC Central Oregon Realty 866-346-7868 Near Old Mill District 3 Park sq.ft. Iog home erty Man a gement beautiful 4 bedroom, Group, LLC bdrm, 2y/2 bath, 2398 • MLS 201207525 on 4.9 acres. GourFANTASTIC VIEWS WOW! Look at t hese 541-536-0117 ft . , cou n t ry 3.5 bath, 3717 sq. ft. Sherry Perrigan, Broker sq. met kitchen w/cherry of city and Smith Newer S ingle S t o ry views! Cascade mtns Sage Builders home. kitchen, maple cabi541-410-4938 gran i t e from your living room. $249,900 - 5-Cascade c abinets, Located on the 18th Rock. Large h ome h ome, 3 b d rm, 2 . 5 nets. 6970 sq. ft. Iot. We never stop moving. counters, & farmer's Home has been up- View acres borders hole of the Challenge with huge great room. bath, office, sunroom, $180,000. MLS ¹ Find them in sink. Great room has dated with newer heat BLM, 3 bdrm, 2 bath Course at Eagle Crest Easy access to Bend 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, 201208231 custom home, dbl gar floor to ceiling winand Sisters. p ump and al l n e w Resort. Floor to ceil The Bulletin Pam Lester, Principal mtn & S m ith R o ck cs floors as well. Great + 2 shop areas. 2 strg dows w/mtn v iews. ing windows bring the $180,000. views. $269,000. MLS B roker Century 2 1 Hickory hardwood & MLS¹201201489 Classifieds! ranch-style home with bldgs, propane heat ¹ 201206306 Pam Gold Country Realty, outside in for bright tile f loors. 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$238,500 C r a ftsmanHorse property with a $39,900 Be c r eative!$106,500 Over 7 acres Breathtaking Views SW Canyon Dr. SW Shad Rd. Located style 4 b edroom, 3 spectacular mountain 123653 Holcolm Drive. Build to fit your new of p rivate p r operty 1 05+ acres with 3 60 1.13 acres with access on a p a ved street. Snowberry Village bath home w/views. view. Surrounded by a 3-story custom built, business. Lot adjoins with views. degree views of Cas- from two streets proThis 2.7 acre parcel ¹46. R elax in s w ing o n large farms and sets 18-hole golf course. MLS¹201106739 cade Moun t ains, v iding y o u man y has Mt. Jeffer son 8 log-sided home with $88,900. 3 b d r ms, covered front porch! 2 atop a knoll in Mas pectacular vie w s Great visibility! Well Call J u li e F a h lgren, Smith Rock and Can- building site options. Smith Rock v i ews. 2 baths, 1600y sq. ft. b edrooms on m a i n dras area. You can yon Rim views from Owner terms avail- The lot is level with from every window, 2 traveled paved road, Broker, 541-550-0098 1994 Silv e rcrest. level/open floor see forever! Shop has bdrm, 2 bath, on main in business area at Crooked River Realty the t o p of t his able. $58,500 many building sites. Lnnng room, separate plan/cozy f i r eplace stalls & plenty of room floor with a loft bed- CCR. one-of-a-kind Sisters MLS¹ 201106385 Crooked River Ranch dining room & large 5 acres adjoins public /great kitchen. Bonus for hay 8 t a ck. Or r oom, and 2 a d d i MLS¹201207332 a creage! Listed a t Juniper Realty, water and power is kitchen with e a ting land over Deschutes space u pstairs/triple bring your toys that Call Nancy Popp, $ 699,000. Bring a n 541-504-5393 available at the street. area. Pellet s t ove, tional sleeping areas, River. Short walk to 541-815-8000 car garage/large back don't require f o od! on third floor. Enteroffer! Septic was previously Huge covered BBQ river. $74,900. deck/patio/fenced W ith over 6 a c r es t aining deck, s k y - Crooked River Realty www.johnlscott.com SW Chinook Dr. approved. $78,500 deck. Large laundry MLS¹201102328 yard. there's plenty of room. lights /kelliecook Crooked R i v e r 8 MLS¹ 201208266 thr o u ghout,$39,900 - Lot 141 SW r oom a n d 2-ca r Call Linda Lou MLS¹201300385 Call This custom b r ight wood floors and much C rater Loop. W e l l Day-Wright, Kellie Cook, Broker mountain views from Juniper Realty, attached garage. Broker, 541-408-0463 541-504-5393 VIRGINIA, P r incipal home has many up- more. $274,900. MLS Treed Lot ! t his 5.68 acres l oCall Marilyn Rohaly, MLS ¹ 541 -771-2585 Broker, 541-350-3418 grades, great f l oor 201204307. John L. Scott c ated on a p a v ed Broker, 201105162 Crooked River Realty 541-788-3480 plan, large r ooms, Real Estate, Bend street. Num e rous Call Kerry at 541-322-9954 C all M e lody C u r ry Get your Redmond RE/MAX fireplace 8 so much www.johnlscott.com trees 8 many building 541-81 5-6363. R EADY T O BU I L D! John L. Scott Real 541-771-1116 Land & Homes m ore. $210, 0 0 0 business Cascade Realty 5.07 acres, flat l ot, Cascade Views in Ter- sites. $225,000 MLS¹ Estate, Bend Crooked River Realty Real Estate MLS¹201105983 201106408 mature trees, paved www.JohnLScott.com rebonne. $192,500 D8D Realty Group LLC 1bd/1ba frame home in $45,000 - Owner will road, 1/3 interest in Breathtaking Juniper Realty, views, Dethe town of Gilchrist. 866-346-7868 541-504-5393 a ROW I N G c arry, fantastic 1 / 2 applied for stan- schutes River CanFACTORY SPECIAL Make this your home acre l o t w/v i ews. well, dard septic. $99,900. New Home, 3 bdrm, New Construction - 3 or a getaway cabin for MLS¹201008725 yon, and farming valSW Chinook Dr. MLS¹ 2012 0 4695 ley below, 5 usable with an ad in $46,500 finished bdrm, 2 b ath, 1748 the Central Oregon Crooked River, Smith Call Julie Fahlgren Pam Lester, Principal acres with well Ideal on your site. sq.ft., on 1.49 acres, recreations. The Bulletin's Rock & mou n tain 541-550-0098 B roker, Century 2 1 J and M Homes granite counters, SS building site with un- views. Owner terms $39,999 MLS "Call A Service 541-548-5511 Crooked River Realty Gold Country Realty, o bstructed view s available. 6.9 acres 360 View / Top of Butte appliances, fireplace 201206628 - Dennis Inc. 541-504-1338 Professional" MLS¹201205208 in Terrebonne. Home, with custom mantel. Haniford, Principal Canyon City, Oregon with septic, power & Snowberry Village ¹119 MLS Gail Day 541-306-1018 Directory shop, mansion building $329,000 Broker, 541-536-1731 Investment opportunity. 139716 Dorothy Lane w ell i n stalled. I n • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 ¹ 201209128 Pam site. 2% to broker. See: Cascade Realty 4 city tax lots totalling Located on C r escentCentral Oregon Realty cludes custom home baths, 1920 sq. ft. Lester, Principal Brohttp://bend.craigslist.org/ 14.07 acres. Zoned Creek. This charming Group, LLC 775 plans. $189,000 • 2000 Silvercrest - Trireo/3599168220.html ker, Century 21 Gold Make this old home- R1. It's possible to di- 2 bdrm, 1 bath home MLS¹ 201008671 Manufactured/ plewide Country Realty, Inc. stead your getaway vide the lots further. boasts 120' of creek Juniper Realty, retreat, original home • Living room, family 3 bedroom, 2 b a t h, 541-504-1338 CHECK YOUR AD Mobile Homes Power, city water & frontage, cov e r ed 541-504-5393 that was built in 1940, room, dining room 1716 sq ft home on check your ad 3 along with original ga- sewer at the paved deck, wood s t ove, Please • Remodeled kitchen, 4.45 acres. P r ivate NW REDMOND on the first day it runs Snowberry Village ¹98 street. Mtn. 8 valley SW Chipmunk Rd. w/breakfast bar well & l a rge shop. bedroom, 2.5 b a t h. rage 8 storage shed. views. Many possible new paint inside and to make sure it is cor$79,500 Built-ins, tile kitchen out, new roof and new rect. Sometimes in- Level 5.19 acres with • 3 bedrooms, Home is very clean & • Private master suite MLS¹201300092. 2 baths. b uilding s ites. L o kitchen cabinets. $299,999. Pam counters, gas f i r e- still ha s i t un i q ue cated in the city limits Plenty of storage with s tructions over t h e mountain views. Well • 1 4 04 s q. f t . 1 9 9 9 w/walk-in closet treed w it h s e v eral Silvercrest • Master bath w/garden Lester, Principal Bro- place in t h e l i v ing traits. 1.63 acres with of Canyon City near w/d hookup, covered phone are misunder- possible buil d ing • Vaulted ceilings room for horses betub & double shower ker, Century 21 Gold room. $126,500 John Day. (Sellers are RV parking are and stood and an e rror sites. MLS¹201209508 hind home in open Com m unity • Gas FA heat PLUS Country Realty, Inc. can occurin your ad. designer colors licensed Oregon Real m inutes f ro m W i l Call TRAVIS HANNAN, water 8 power availf ield. $79,900 M L S AC 8 fireplace 541-504-1338 Estate brokers). l amette S k i Pa s s , If this happens to your able at t h e s t reet. • Gas heat and A/C. • Immaculate - too Principal Broker, 201300544 ad, please contact us Elevated corner lot$99,900 541-788-3480 clear lakes and trails. the first day your ad Owner terms avail- nice views $55,000 - Close to Cascade Realty, many upgrades to list! Juniper Realty, Redmond RE/MAX $275,000. Prineville Reservoir Dennis Haniford, appears and we will able. $69,000 MLS¹ • Attached 2-car ga- $129,900 541-504-5393 MLS¹ 201207074 Land & Homes 201106095 Older manufactured Princ. Broker Call Marilyn Rohaly, be happy to fix it as rage+ shop area Call Kerry at Real Estate home on 1+ ACRE 541-536-1731 Juniper Realty, Driveway in place. 7981 s oon a s w e ca n . • Front deck and rear Broker, 541-322-9954 541-815-6363 541-504-5393 LOT, Idleway Acres. John L. Scott Real SW High Cone. Deadlines are: WeekPowell Butte! 10 Acre! FIND IT! patio Cascade Realty, Call Virginia, Estate, Bend $29,900. days 11:00 noon for Views! $815,900. Call Marilyn R ohaly, BUY IT! 541-536-1731 Principal Broker SW D O V E R D . M t. www.JohnLScott.com MLS¹201003931 next day, Sat. 11:00 Spacious 3863 sq. ft. Broker, 541-322-9954 SELL IT! 541-350-3418 Washington & Three Call Melody Curry custom home, g o r32.42 Acres in Urban a.m. for Sunday and L. Scott Real Redmond RE/MAX Sisters views from this John bought a new boat? 541-771-1116 geous kitchen, 560 The Bulletin Classifieds Growth Bou n dary, Monday. 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Burns, OR this com- p aved s t reet, a p Acres - $425,000 Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, MLS¹201106428 MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 pletely rem o deled proved fo r Perfect small acreage c a p -fill Mountain Views! 201205646 attached 2-car garage Snowberry Village ¹16 Call Virginia, Pam Lester, Principal cabin ha s it all! septic, utilities are at just outside of Burns. $103,000 Juniper Re a lty,• 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil- Enjoy the carefree lifPrincipal Broker B roker, Century 2 1 Comes c o m pletely 3 bdrm, 2 bath beauthe lot line. $42,000. 3.39 acres with crazy 541-504-5393 estyle at Bend's pre541-350-3418 vercrest furnished, 1030 sf, 2 MLS 32 0 1 2001172 Gold Country Realty, t iful n e we r h o m e. Redmond mountan views! • Large l iving room, mier 55+ community RE/MAX bd plus loft, '/4 bath. Pam Lester, Principal Inc. 541-504-1338 Cathedral archways & Owner will carry. n ear m edical a n d dining area Land 8 Homes Sleeps 11. 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Also a SW Geneva View Rd. land Ranch Estates Land & Homes land, master suite with MLS¹201207930 back deck gated, private well, own this kind of rec40 x 60 shop w/ office, on 1.08 acres. SpecT errebonne. L e v e lCall Marilyn Rohaly, g arden t u b , sta l l Real Estate Call Nancy Popp, utilities at lot, applicabathroom, 3 lofts. Full tacular view. M a ny r eational retreat o n 1.14 acres that will be shower, Vaulted ceil541-815-8000 Jacket Reser- tion for cap-fill septic. Crooked Dove Rd., Terreb- easy to build on. Well Broker, 541-322-9954 RV hookup. Fenced updates win d ows, Yellow ings, wood laminate River Realty NW $535,000. MLS voir! onne. Private w ell, treed with an abun- John L. Scott Real pasture for your ani- hardi-plank siding & FA heat 8 AC. Bend floors, ¹ 201200937. Pam 4 .38 Acre v i e w l o t p ower 8 septic i n - dance o f wil d l ifeEstate, mals. Property that metal roof. Nice patio Jett Blackburn Real C overed dec ks . www.JohnLScott.com Lester, Principal BroEstate, 541-573-7206 has it all! backs BLM, Cascade stalled! L e ve l 5 . 12 passing thro u gh. o ff th e h u g e r e c . $94,500. Call Manlyn ker, Century 21 Gold acres wit h s e veral mtn & S m ith Rock Jett Blackburn Real MLS¹ Rohaly, Broker, room. D b l . garage The Bulletin Suntree Village ¹94 Country Realty, Inc. views. Corner lot, ap- building sites with Mtn $41,500 Estate, 541-573-7206 201102002 541-322-9954 plus 20x36 shop & 3 $44,500 To Subscribe call 541-504-1338 views. All it needs is proved for standard Juniper Realty, John L. Scott RE bay carport. • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 541-385-5800 or go to 8996 SW Panorama Rd 541-504-5393 Jett Blackburn Real Three 9148 sq.ft. FLAT septic. $199,000. MLS your dream h ome. • 1661 sq.ft. Fuqua Custom 2034 sq ft , 4 www.bendbulletin.com MLS¹ ¹2809381 Pam $96,500 Estate, 541-573-7206 lots, cul-de-sac, utili• Extensively updated 780 b edroom, 2.5 b a t h SW River Rd. Exc. view • All new paint-in and ties stubbed into PUE, Lester, Principal Bro- 20120135 764 Mfd./Mobile Homes home built in 2 0 06 Price Reduction!!! PanJuniper Realty, ker, Century 21 Gold from top of property. out! close to West Canoramic Views! Great Farms & Ranches 541-504-5393 w ith Mtn v iews o n with Land 2.79 acres w alking • Newer heat pump yon Rim Park and ac- Country Realty, Inc. 1.53 acres. Many up- location 3 miles NW of 541-504-1338 distance to the Des- • Newer wood laminate cess to the Dry CanRedmond - $97,000 graded features in- Redmond. Views of Ranch in Powell Butte chutes River & Steel- floors 8 n e w v i nyl, 5 ACRES with mounyon trail. $35,000, to $49,900 - 5 Acre cor- 2.59 acres close to Ro ck & clude: hickory cabi- Smith $925,000. Pride of Falls. Hike, bike, n ew s h ower a n d tain views. 3 bdrm, 2 MLS¹ $50,000. ner lot. Near public t own. O w ne r wil l head Cu s t om ownership/Borders nets, granite counter O chocos. b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e, ride horses, fly fish. more! 2 01207687, 92 a n d carry. BLM. Feed Lot, hay land & river. Level for t ops, alder t rim & built 2478 sq. ft. home 36x40 shop, fenced, Quiet & natural set- • Vaulted ceilings-new 94. Pam Lester, MLS¹201100751 building. Neighboring Barn, Equip. Shed Principal Broker, Cendoors, hardwood & tile on 4.74 acres. 1800 irigated, ext. sprinkler ting is ideal for vaca- windows Call Travis Hannan, Pwr to property. floors. Th e m a ster sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. MLS¹201206082 system. $27 9 ,000. tions or year round tury 21 Gold Country well. Call Marilyn Rohaly, Principal Broker, MLS¹201109114 4 .74 a c r es . ML S Vicci Bowen bath has a garden tub MLS 2809225. Pam living. $49,000 MLS¹ Realty, Inc. Broker, 541-322-9954 541-788-3480 ¹201202726 541-410-9730 Call Nancy Popp, with tile surround & Lester, 541-504-1338 201009429 541-504-1338 John L. Scott Real Redmond RE/MAX 541-815-8000 $397,000! Central Oregon Realty separate tile shower. C entury 2 1 , Go l d Juniper Realty, Estate, Bend Land 8 Homes John L. Scott Real EsCrooked River Realty Group, LLC $250,000 773 County Realty 541-504-5393 www.JohnLScott.com Real Estate tate 541-548-1712 MLS¹ 201208347 771 Acreages 51366 Riverland, Juniper Realty, Serenity and Privacy on La Pine. 1 acre, Lots 541-504-5393 4.62 acres. Comfort$48,900, 1-acre. Moungarage, w/ non livable 3 b edroom, 2 tain views. able trailer. $28,000. 9.33 acres in P owell Seller offering b ath home a n d a $55,000 MLS¹201206664 541-659-1416 Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 e xcellent t erms t o 30x40 shop with overCall Linda Lou qualified buyer. Great b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , Broker, $58,000 Westerly Cas3-car garage, barn, sized RV door. Build location on J u niper Day-Wright, cade view 1 acre lot 541-771-2585 custom home Glen Circle. Flat lot shop, with RV door. Ir- your with wate r /power brea t htaking next to walking trail. Crooked River Realty rigated. $35 9 ,000 with a vailable a t roa d . MLS ¹ 2 0 1 2 037129 views of the Cascade Eagle Crest is a Re G randfathered-in R V Standard septic apPam Lester, Principal mtns. or enjoy as is. sort Destination with lot, come camp or proval. $249,000 B roker, Century 2 1 three sports centers, b uild y o u r dr e a m MLS¹201205389 MLS¹201205440 Gold Country Realty, D8D t hree 18 h o l e g o lf PeOPle HelPing PeOPle Buy HomeS SinCe 1987 Call Nancy Popp, Realty Group LLC courses and central to home. Septic/Power/ Inc. 541-504-1338 W ater. $57,9 0 0 541-815-8000 866-346-7868 Bend, Redmond, and MLS¹201207367 Crooked River Realty BETWEEN BEND & Single level on 1 acre, 3 Sisters. Home-ID 963. Linda Lou Day- Wright, 685 SE Third St, Bend, OR 97702 j 541-318-5500 j NMLS¹89511/ML-3213-10 REDMOND Eagle Crest Proper bdrm, 2 b ath, 1716 $59,900 - 1.62 acre flat Broker, 541-771-2585 Terrific location - 4 sq.ft., master separa- ties 866-722-3370 l ot with s om e i m Crooked River Realty bdrm, 1 ba th in tion, office, fenced, p rovements for R V I ,' I I I 2,888y sq.ft. home on f lower garden, R V Lot 10 Gross Drive, 1 Nice mountain views, u se. P e rfect, f l a t acre just outside Sun5.75y acres. A parking. 3.09-acres. $95,950. $ 1 4 5,000. river. $49,500. High building site. Adjoins Country feel but close MLS MLS¹201101554 ¹ 20 1 0 07848. Lakes Realty 8 Propgreenbelts. to t ow n a m enities. Pam Lester, Principal erty Call Linda Lou MLS¹201205397 Man a gement Day-Wright, Super fireplace w/rock B roker, Century 2 1 Broker, Call Nancy Popp, surround for a m b i- Gold Country Realty, 541-536-0117 541-771-2585 541-815-8000 a nce, plus a L o p i Inc. 541-504-1338 $ 79,000 Bu i l d y o u r Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty Woodstove that can Dream home on this heat the whole house. S pectacular views o f Advertise your car! .41 acre flat lot. Per Three acres flat property perfect to build Add A Picture! Great room floor plan the Cascade Mtns & fect building site with on. $59,900. Reach thousands of readers! D eschutes Riv e r . w/living room 8 t he b ac k o f yo u r MLS¹201205386 Call 541-385-5809 Custom home situkitchen having house overlooking the The Bulletin Classifieds Call Julie Fahlgren, ated on 2 . 3 a c r es babbling creek, morn wide-plank floors of w/300' of river frontreclaimed pine. Dising sun an d p e ek Broker, 541-550-0098 S W P a norama a ge. 2937 s q . f t . -a-boo mtn views from Crooked River Realty 8589 tressed maple cabiRoad. 1.169 acres, w/hardwood, c r own the front. All utilities Lot 1200 Beal Road. 40 mtn. views and close nets in Kitchen with 1 1 /2 t hi c k slat e moulding, w ainscot- on the property line. acres surrounded by to pasture. $40,500. counters. If you like a ing 8 m u c h m o re! This is the perfect lot!! BLM. $89,900. High ,500 MLS¹201105165 MLS¹201208388 cozy country f e el. Home-ID 973 Realty & Prop- C all M e lody C u r ry You've got it!! Beau- $699,000 J oh n L. Eagle Crest Properties Lakes erty Man a gement 541-771-1116 E s t a te 866-722-3370 tiful Cascade Moun- Scott R e a l Crooked River Realty 541-536-0117 tain Views. 2 corrals, 541-548-1712 $96,000 Ochoco Moun pond, shared lake, 3 View Property tains v iews, l a rge Public Notice acres of irrigation, 2 2.49 acres between 13,585 sq. ft. corner Notice is hereby given that the State of stall barn. $375,000 Bend & R e d mond, homesite o n the Oregon through its Department of AdministraMLS ¹201205878 1998 home, dbl gaRidge side of Eagle tive Services, proposes to sell the following Bobbie Strome, rage, insulated heated Crest Resort. 3 golf described property AS IS located in Bend, Principal Broker /cooled office/ work- c ourses, indoor 8 Oregon: John L Scott Real room with full b ath outdoor tennis, pools, Estate 541-385-5500 separate from house, basketball, r a c quet Bend Telecoms site Concrete RV pad and ball, a day spa, res Complete Package! Map Tax Lot: s everal hook u p t aurants & mor e . Great place 15 miles 181206D 00400, Deschutes County, Oregon *Evergreen HomeLoans is a registered trade name of Evergreen Moneysource Mortgage Company. NMLS ID 3182 spots. $180,000 Close to D eschutes from town for someMLS¹201205184 River, Mt. B achelor The property is located at 1008 y2 Emkay o ne w/ h o rses o r Call Kelly Starbuck, a nd Hoodoo. All re small herd of cattle. Drive, Bend, Oregon. The parcel is 0.17 acres Principal Broker, sort amenities in (7554 SF). This was formerly the State's tele160 acres with 158 541-350-341 9 cluded. Home-ID 847 acres g oo d n a t ive Redmond RE/MAX communications hub for central Oregon. The Eagle Crest Properties telephone equipment asbeen removed and p asture w / bu n c h Land 8 Homes 866-722-3370 grass. Nice 3 bdrm, the building is empty. The site includes a 24' x Real Estate 1 ~4 bath M H w i t h 14' concrete block building built about 1989. 51881 Fordham Drive. nicely lan d scaped R eady to b u il d a t Also included is a separate 60kW 3-phase 763 to the LOan OffiCerS of EVergreen yard. 1200 sq.ft. shop C rescent Cree k . generator, and parking for 3-4 vehicles on the w/new 240 sq.ft. of- Recreational Homes access road. It is currently zoned Light Indus$29,000. High Lakes Home Loans for being the ¹1 retail fice 8 lean-to. 3 bay & Property Realty 8 Pro p erty trial (LI. machine shed with 2 Management horse stalls & lean-to, $169,900 - Chalet on Minimum acceptable proposal to purchase is 541-536-0117 corrals with holding 5.98 acres. Finished $30,000.00 for the land and building alone, Crook Counties for 201 1. 208 2nd Ave, Culver pens. $265,000 daylight b a s ement, and $42,000 including the generator set. The Level city lot in the wood fireplace, forced Jett Blackburn Real terms of the sale will be cash. Each bid pro(information based on purchaseunits fundedper county recordings.) Estate, 541-573-7206 air heat, deep garage, heart of Culver. All posal received must be accompanied by a yI u tilities ar e a t t h e security deposit in favor of the State of private, park-like set0 Custom built home with ting. Perfect vacation street ready to be inOregon through its Department of Administrastalled. This lot just hardwood floors, up- home. tive Services, of not less than 10% of the needs y o u r new amount of such bid proposal. The Department I graded lighting and MLS¹201209404 home. $38,200 appliances. Recently Call Nancy Popp shall reserve the right to accept or reject any MLS¹ 201203505. painted an d n i c ely Broker, 541 815-8000 bid proposal and for good cause, all proposals. Juniper Realty maintained home on Crooked River Realty 541-504-5393 2+ acres. Watch the In accordance with ORS 273.780, the sale of sunset an d w i ldlife N orth P o well Bu t t e this property does NOT include the mineral Sell an Item f rom y o u r dec k ! rights. Separate application to the Department Acreage 3 LOTS! MLS¹201208145 3 buildable, rare, North of State Lands must be made for the mineral $237,000 P owell Butte C a s - rights. D&D Realty Group LLC cade Mountain views. 866-346-7868 For more information or to submit Quiet area. Call a bid proposal, please contact: Vicci Bowen If it's under$500 Great Country home Department of Administrative Services 541-410-9730 has fenced property Fred Lord you can place it in Central Oregon Realty for animals. WonderFacilities Division, Statewide Property Services Group, LLC ful location and a nice The Bulletin 1225 Ferry Street SE, U100 shop area. Ready for $75 000 - Nice mtn. Salem, Oregon 97301-7210 Classifieds for: a family wanting to views. 5.64 acres. LoKevin Pangle Mark Long live on acreage and cated in a cul-de-sac. Linda Fisher-Berlanga Phone number (503) 373-7063 have room to spread $10 • 3 lines, 7 days MLS¹2609088 NMLS¹89521 NMLSA'210118 NMLSA'208965 Fax number (503) 373-7210 out. MLS¹201209328 Call Linda Lou Web site: $16 • 3 lines, 14 days Bend/Redmond Bend/Redmond Bend/Redmond Day-Wright, $249,900 http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/FAC/real property D&D Realty Group LLC (Private Party ads only) Broker, 541-771-2585 sales.shtml 866-346-7868 Crooked River Realty ,

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BUSINES SOPPORTUNITYI $149,000

POWELL BUTTEI $169,000

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